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## Q. No. PHYSICS CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS

1. A A C
2. A B B
3. B B C
4. C B C
5. C A B
6. A C A
7. A B B
8. A A C
9. D A D
10. D B B
11. B B A
12. B B D
13. A A C
14. C D B
15. D D C
16. C D B
17. B C A
18. B D D
19. C A B
20. B A C
21. C B A
22. A A B
23. B B C
24. C A D
25. C C C
26. A A B
27. A D B
28. D B D
29. D C B
30. D A D

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Physics PART – I

SECTION – A

## 1. Consider an arbitrary moment when the wedge has travelled a distance x

into region II.
The area of the top surface inside the region II = ax sec 
h
Force on it = ax sec  P = ax sec  [P =1]
Component of the force opposite velocity = ax sec . sin  = ax tan . 
If it further moves by dx then the work done = ax tan dx x
b
1
 mv 02  a tan   xdx
2 0

abh
 v0 =
M

1
2. S A = v 0t  A gt 2
2
1
SB = v0t  B gt 2
2
2 L   
SA  S B = L    t =
 B   A  g

## 4. For vertical oscillation time period

m
T1 = 2 . . . (1)
k

For the transverse oscillation period of simple pendulum T2 = 2
g
4mg
But 2T1 = T2  k =

3GMm 1
5.   mv 2  0  v = 3gR
2R 2

## 6. Tension in the string T = mg  FB = 3vg  vg = 2vg

Balancing torque
kxR/2 = TR
 x = 2T/k = 4vg/k
7. mg  T  ma ----- (1)
2
mr a
Tr  x ----- (2)
2 r
2g mg
From (1) and (2), a  &T  mg
3 3
1

3

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## 9. Let Vx and Vy be components of velocity. At contact point A and Vx

B, the velocity along normal should be same.
ucos60o  Vy cos30o  Vx cos 60o …. (1)
60o
v x  2u 2u
o
30
v  Vx2  Vy2 u
o Vy
60

## 11. Now downward force on the right block T T

is more.

mg mg

2 2 2 2
12. IC = I0 + M(OC) = I0 + M(OB + BC ) = IB + M(BC)

dx
RT 5RT x
13. C= 
M0 3M0
A B
5R   TL  T0  
dx = C. dt = T0    x  dt T0 TL
3M0   L   L

2L 3M
t
( TL  T0 ) 5R

## 14. From conservation of angular momentum

mR2  R 
 cons tan t  2  0
2 R 
R
  = 2  2T
R
   0    0  20 T = 0 1  2T 

## 15. Conceptual, torque of pseudo force.

1RT1  2RT2
29 
M1 M2

y y
30 P(x,t)  F 
x t

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Chemistry PART – II

SECTION – A

23 = 8

## 30. CCl4 has no vacant p and d-orbital.

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## Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

1. Family of line passes through focus hence latus rectum will make shortest intercept.

2. Since 3 .1 – 4 + 1 < 0, so
3 sin  – cos  + 1  0
3 1 1   1
 sin  – cos   –  sin   6   – 2
2 2 2  
7  11 4
        2
6 6 6 3
 Maximum value of sin  is 0.

## 3. Given equation of lines 3y 2  4xy  3x2  0

3y 2  3xy  xy  3x2  0
A 3
x P
   
3y  x y  3x  0  y 
3
, y  3x

APO  75 B
Length of chord of contact AB
600
= 2  3 sin75  6  sin 45 cos30  sin30 cos 45 

 1
 6 
3 1 1  6 3 1
   
3    3 1 . O 300
 2 2 2 2  2 2 2
 

4. Let z = x + iy
E  zz  (z  3)  z  3   (z  6i)  z  6i 
2 2
= 3zz  3  z  z   9  6  z  z  i  36 = 3  x  1   y  2   10 
 Emin  30 where x = 1 and y = 2

1999
5.  log
x 1
n x  log(1999)! 1  log1999  ! 2  log1999 ! 3  ..... +log1999 !1999

##  log1999  ! 1 2  3  4 ..... 1999   log1999  ! 1999 !  1

6.  15 C1  15 C1   152
Number of ways of choosing first couple is
Number of ways of choosing second couple is  14 C1  14 C1   142
15  (15  1)(2(15)  1)
152 + 142 + 132 + ….. + 22 + 12 =  1240
6

2
 1 3x  4y  7 
7. (x  2)2  (y  3)2    is an ellipse, whose focus is (2, –3), directrix
2 5 
1
3x – 4y + 7 = 0 and eccentricity is .
2

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3  2  4  ( 3)  7
Length of  from focus to directrix is 5
5
a a 10
 ae  5  2a   5  a 
e 2 3
20
So length of major axis is
3

## 8. Major axis of hyperbola bisects the asymptote

 equation of other asymptote x = 2y
equation of hyperbola (y – 2x)(x – 2y) + k = 0 it passes through (3, 4)
2 2
 required equation 2x + 2y – 5xy + 10 = 0.
4 3 2
9. tan x – 2 tan x – tan x + 2 tan x + 1
= tan4 x + tan2 x – 2 tan3 x + 2 tan x – 2 tan2 x + 1
2 2 2
= (tan x – tan x) + 2 (tan x – tan x) + 1= 4.
2 2 2
10. The maximum value of cos (cos ) is 1 and that of sin (sin) is sin 1, both exists for
 = /2. Hence maximum value is 1+ sin2 1.

z1  z3 
11. Since diagonals are perpendicular to each other arg =
z2  z 4 2
 z1 – z3 = ik(z2 – z4).

## 12. H = d tan , and H – h = d tan 

60 tan 
 
60  h tan 
60 tan   60 tan  60 sin       H = 60 m
 h   h
tan  sin 
cos  cos  h
cos 
 d
 x = cos  sin 

100
13. (1  x) 1  x3  = 1  x   100 c 0  100
c1x 3  .....  100
c100 x 300 
Clearly n can not be of 4e form 3t + 2

## 14. Let centre be (–r, –r)

2r  r  1
r
5
(3r – 1)2 = 5r2
9r2 – 6r + 1 = 5r2
4r2 = 6r + 1 = 0
6  36  16 3  5
r r
8 4
Let centre be (–r, r)
2r  r  1
r
5
2 2
(r – 1) = 5r
r – 2r + 1 = 5r2
2

4r2 + 2r – 1 = 0

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2  4  16 1  5
r r
8 4
Also let centre be (r, –r)
(r + 1)2 = 5r2
2 2
 4r – 2r – 1 = 5r
1 5
r
4
3 5
4

2y y A
16. tanB1  , tanB 2 
2x 2x
B = B1 + B2 y x
y y
 2x
3yx
tanB  x 2x  2 B2 2y
y y 2x  y2
1 B1
x 2x
B C
2x2  y 2 2y2  x 2
cotB  ; similarly cot C 
3xy 3xy
x2  y2 2
cot B + cot C =  .
3xy 3

r
2r  5  1 
17. tr =  
(r  1)(r  2)  3 
r r 1 r
3(r  2)  (r  1)  1  1  1 1  1
=   =     
(r  1)(r  2)  3  r  1 3  r  23
10
1 1 1 
t
r 1
r = 
2 12  310 

## 18. On solving the biquadratic, we get

sin2 = 1  2 which is never possible since 1 + 2 is greater than 1 and 1  2 is negative.

## 19. Since a, b, c are three consecutive positive integers therefore 2b = a + c

2 2 2
 4b = (a + c) = (a – c) + 4ac ( c – a = –2)
2 2 2
 4b = (–2) + 4ac  b = 1 + ac
3
1 1 1 1 1 
Now loge a  loge c      .....
2 2 1  2ac 3  1  2ac 
1  1  1  1 3  
= loge a  loge c  2      .....  
2   1  2ac  3  1  2ac   
  1 
1  1  1  2ac   1   1  ac  
= loge ac  loge     loge ac  loge  
2  1  1  2   ac  

  1  2ac  
1 1
= loge 1  ac   loge b2  loge b
2 2

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n n
r 1 r
20. Let S = 
r 0
n
Cr
= 
r 0
n
Cr
 an …. (1)

n n n n
r nr nr n
Let S1 = 
r 0
n
Cr
= 
r 0
n
Cnr
= 
r 0
n
Cr
 2S1 =  r 0
n
Cr
= nan

an n 
From S = n  an = an   1
2 2 

## 21. Product of slope of diagonals = –1  PQRS is a rhombus.

2
x2  y 2  x  y  2
22. log10x + log10 y  2  xy  100. Now
2

 2 
   xy  2 2
 x + y  200.

## 23. (101)100 –1 = (100 + 1)100 –1 = 1 + 100C1 100 + 100C2 (100)2 + 100

C3(100)3 + … –1
= 104 [1+ 100C2 10 + 100C3 100 + …]
n = 4.

24. Since a1, a2, a3, a4 are the roots of given equation, we have
x4 + px3 + qx2 + px + q = (x –a1) (x –a2) (x –a3) (x –a4)
putting x = i, we get
1 –pi –q + pi + q = (i –a1) (i –a2) (i –a3) (i –a4)
taking modulus of both sides we get
1  a 1  a 1  a 1  a 
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4 =1

## 25. x2 – 2x + 4 = –3 cos (ax + b)

 (x – 1)2 + 3 = –3 cos (ax +b)  cos (ax + b) = –1
when x = 1, a + b = , 3 etc.

## 26. Equation (1) (x + a)2 = 1  x = –a  1

Equation (2)  (x + b)2 = 1  x = –b  1
Clearly,   b. So exactly one root common means
–b + 1 = –a – 1 or –b – 1 = –a + 1  a – b = 2 or a – b = 2.

## 27. |z + 1| is real  z + 1 real  z is real

Let z = x, x  R
Then |x+ 1| = x + 1  x + 1  0  x  –1.

28. Given equation represents real circle if |sin | + |cos | – 2 > 0  |sin | + |cos | > 2
which is not possible.

3 log 10 3
29. Take log10 x = t taking log of both sides t2 –3t + 1 > logx 103 = 
log x t
t 3  3t 2  t  3
  0  t > 3 or t < 0  x > 103 or x < 1.
t

30. If y = n, then x takes values from 1 to n – 1 and z takes the values from 0 to n – 1 (i.e n values).
Thus for each values of y (2  y  9), x and z take n (n – 1) values
9
Hence the three digits numbers of the form xyz =  nn  1  240 .
n 2

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