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                                       ALL INDIA TEST SERIES
                                NFT – 9_PAPER – II (20.03.2011)

        Tim e: 3 hou r s                                                                             Ma x im um ma r ks: 24 3
Please read the instructions carefully. You are allotted 5 minutes specifically for this purpose.

                        INSTRUCTIONS                                                      Bubble (A)   if both the statements are TRUE and
A.   General:                                                                                          STATEMENT-2 is the correct explanation
     1. This booklet is your Question Paper containing 66                                              of STATEMENT-1.
         questions. The booklet has 24 pages.                                           Bubble (B) if both the statements are TRUE but
     2. The question paper CODE is printed on the right hand                                           STATEMENT-2 is NOT the correct
         top corner of this booklet.                                                                   explanation of STATEMENT-1.
     3. Black papers, clipboards, log tables, slide rules,                              Bubble (C) if       STATEMENT-1        is   TRUE    and
         calculators, cellular phones, pagers, and electronic                                          STATEMENT-2 is FALSE.
         gadgets in any form are not allowed to be carried inside                       Bubble (D) if STATEMENT-1 is FALSE and
         the examination hall.                                                                         STATEMENT-2 is TRUE.
     4. The answer sheet, a machine-readable Objective                              14. Section III contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon each
         Response Sheet (ORS), is provided separately.                                  paragraph, 3 multiple choice questions have to be
     5. DO NOT TAMPER WITH / MUTILATE THE ORS OR                                        answered. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C)
         THE BOOKLET.                                                                   and (D), out of which only one is correct.
     6. Do not break the seals of the question-paper booklet                        15. Section IV contains 3 questions. Each question
         before being instructed to do so by the invigilators.                          contains statements given in 2 columns. Statements in
                                                                                        the first column have to be matched with statements in
B.   Filling the ORS                                                                    the second column. The answers to these questions
     7. On the lower part of the ORS, write in ink, your name in                        have to be appropriately bubbled in the ORS as per the
           box L1, your Registration No. in box L2 and Name of                          instructions given at the beginning of the section.
           the Centre in box L3. Do not write these anywhere
           else.                                                              D.    Marking Scheme:
     8. Write your Registration No. in ink, in the box L4                           16. For each questions in Section I, you will be awarded 3
           provided in the lower part of the ORS and darken the                         marks if you have darkened only the bubble
           appropriate bubble UNDER each digit of your                                  corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if no
           Registration No. with a good quality HB pencil.                              bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus one (–1)
     9. The ORS has a CODE printed on its lower and upper                               mark will be awarded.
           parts.                                                                   17. For each question in Section II, you will be awarded 3
     10. Make sure the CODE on the ORS is the same as that                              marks if you have darken only the bubble
           on this booklet and put your signature in ink in box L5                      corresponding to the correct answer and zero mark if
           on the ORS affirming that you have verified this.                            no bubble is darkened. In all other cases, minus one (–
                                                                                        1) mark will be awarded.
C.   Question paper format:                                                         18. For each question in Section III, you will be awarded 4
     11. The question paper consists of 3 parts (Part I:                                marks if you darken only the bubble corresponding to
         Mathematics, Part II: Physics, Part III: Chemistry). Each                      the correct answer and zero mark if no bubble is
         part has 4 sections.                                                           darkened. In all other cases, minus one (–1) mark will
     12. Section I contains 9 multiple choice questions. Each                           be awarded.
         question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of                       19. For each question in Section IV, you will be awarded 6
         which only one is correct.                                                     marks if you ALL the bubble corresponding ONLY to
     13. Section II contains 4 questions. Each question contains                        the correct answer or awarded 1 mark each for correct
         TATEMENT-1 AND STATEMENT-2.                                                    bubbling of answer in any row. No negative mark will
                                                                                        be awarded for an incorrectly bubbled answer.

                                                                    USEFUL DATA
     Gas Constant          R     = 8.314 J K–1 mol–1                                           1 Faraday   =          96500 Coulomb
                                 = 0.0821 Lit atm K–1 mol–1                                    1 calorie   =          4.2 Joule
                                 = 1.987  2 Cal K–1 mol–1                                     1 amu       =          1.66  10–27 kg
     Avogadro’s Number Na        = 6.023  1023                                                1 Ev        =          1.6  10–1 J
     Planck’s constant h         = 6.625  10–34 J . s
                                 = 6.625  10–27 erg . s
     Atomic No:              H = 1, D = 1, Li = 3, Na = 11, K = 19, Rb = 37, Cs = 55, F = 9, Ca = 20, He = 2, O = 8, Au = 79, Ni = 28, Zn = 30, Cu = 29,
                             Cl = 17, Br = 35, Cr = 24, Mn = 25, Fe = 26, S = 16, P = 15, C = 6, N = 7, Ag = 47.
     Atomic Masses:          He = 4, Mg = 24, C = 12, O = 16, N = 14, P = 31, Br = 80, Cu = 63.5, Fe = 56, Mn = 55, Pb = 207, Au = 197, Ag = 108,
     F = 19, H = 1, Cl = 35.5, Sn = 118.6, Na = 23, D = 2, Cr = 52, K = 39, Ca = 40, Li = 7, Be = 4, Al = 27, S = 32.
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                                             MATHEMATICS
                                                     PAPER - II
                                                    SECTION – I
                                            Straight Objective Type
This section contains 9 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which
ONLY ONE is correct.


1.         If a, b, c are non zero real numbers and the equation az2 + bz + c + i = 0 has purely
           imaginary roots, then
           (A) a2 = bc                                (B) a = b2c
                 2   2
           (C) a = b c                                (D) abc = 1

2.         Number of ordered triplets of natural number (a, b, c) for which abc  11 is
           (A) 52                                      (B) 53
           (C) 55                                      (D) 56

3.         If a, b, c are positive real numbers such that a + b + c = 9, then minimum value of
            1  1  1 
             1   1   1 is
            a  b  c 
                 64
           (A)                                             (B) 3
                 27
           (C) 9                                           (D) 27

4.         The centroid of triangle ABC, where A, B, C are points on the parabola
           4y2 - 3y + 6x + 1 = 0, whose normals are concurrent always lie on the line.
           (A) 8y - 3 = 0                              (B) x = 0
           (C) y = 0                                   (D) 4y - 3 = 0

5.         If the straight line 3x + 4y + 1 = 0 is a normal to the parabola y2 + x = 0, then distance
           between focus and directrix of the parabola is
           (A) 64/123                                    (B) 32/123
           (C) 16/123                                    (D) 80/123

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6.         If a curve has the property that normal at point P on it, lines OP (O origin) and x–axis
           form an isosceles triangle, then curve must be (taking x-axis as base of isosceles triangle)
           (A) ellipse                                              (B) parabola
           (C) circle                                               (D) hyperbola


7.         Let f(x) = 2x3 + ax2 + bx, (a, bN), if graph of f(x) cuts the x–axis at 3 distinct points,
           then minimum value of a2 + b2 is
           (A) 10                                                   (B) 2
           (C) 9                                                    (D) 8


                1                         
                    4          4
           lim   ecos t dt   ecos t dt  is equal to
                       2             2
8.
           x 0 x                         
                  y          xy          
                      2                                                        2
           (A) ecos       y
                              ( - sin2y)                            (B) ecos       y


                                                                                       2
           (C) 0                                                    (D) e4 - ecos          y




                                                                  
9.         If , , , , are 4 solutions of the equation tan     = 3 tan3, such that tan  tan 
                                                                  4

           tan  tan, then  tan tan is equal to
           (A) 1                                                    (B) -3
           (C) -2                                                   (D) 4




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                                                SECTION – II
                                        Assertion – Reason Type
This section contains 4 reasoning type questions. Each question contains STATEMENT-1 (Assertion) and
STATEMENT-2 (Reason). Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Code
          (A) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is True; Statement – 2 is a correct explanation for
              Statement – 1.
          (B) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is True; Statement – 2 is NOT a correct
              explanation for Statement – 1.
          (C) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is False.
          (D) Statement – 1 is False, Statement – 2 is True.
10.                                                                       i j ˆ
          STATEMENT–1: The vector which is orthogonal to   ˆ  ˆ  k and coplanar with
                                  j ˆ                j ˆ       ˆ j ˆ
                               2ˆ  k and   ˆ  2ˆ  k is 4i  ˆ  2k
                                                i
          and
          STATEMENT–2:  (   ) is perpendicular to  and lie in the plane of  and 

11.       STATEMENT–1: If in ABC a, b, c are in A.P., then 2r < ac < R (where a, b, c are the
                        side lengths, r, R are in radius & circum radius)
          and
          STATEMENT-2: In any triangle R  2r

12.       STATEMENT–1: The differential equation of all the rectangular hyperbola in xy–plane
                       must be of order 4.
          and
          STATEMENT–2: The general equation of any rectangular hyperbola will be ax2 + by2 +
                       2hyx + 2gx + 2fy + c = 0 with abc + 2fgh - af2 - bg2 - ch2  0.

13.       STATEMENT–1: Let f : R  R, defined by f(x) = [x] + {x}3 ([.] denotes the G.I.F. and
                       {.} denotes the fractional part) then f(x) is strictly increasing function.
          STATEMENT–2: f(x) is continuous every where in R




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                                                SECTION – III
                                     Linked Comprehension Type
This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, 3 multiple choice questions have to be answered.
Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

                              C14-16 : Paragraph for Questions Nos. 14 to 16

                                                             x 2 y2
        Many properties of an ellipse in the standard form 2  2 = 1 can be used easily in the
                                                             a    b
        general form also. Consider an ellipse with the equation.
        (15x - 3)2 + (15y + 5)2 = (12x + 5y - 2)2

14.     Eccentricity of the ellipse will be
             1                                                        1
        (A)                                                      (B)
            13                                                       19
            13                                                        13
        (C)                                                      (D)
            15                                                        19

15.     Locus of foot of perpendicular from foci to tangents to ellipse will be a circle of radius
            19                                            13
        (A)                                           (B)
            56                                            225
            19                                             38
        (C)                                           (D)
            169                                           195

16.     Equation of major axis of ellipse is
        (A) 3x + 4y - 7 = 0                                      (B) 12x + 5y = 0
        (C) 5x - 12y = 0                                         (D) 5x - 12y - 5 = 0




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                                                  C17-19 : Paragraph for Questions Nos. 17 to 19




         Let Ar (rN) be the area of region bounded by curves 63 ry2 = x and 6e2y = x. Then

17.        A1 , A2 , A3 , . . . . are in
         (A) A.P.                                                                       (B) G.P.
         (C) H.P.                                                                       (D) none of these


18.       Lim  A1A 2 A3  A 2 A3A 4  A3A 4 A5  ...... n terms  is
          n                                                   
                               9                                                                    9
             e                                                                           1 e
         (A)                                                                          (B)  
                                                                                        2
                                    9                                                               9
            1 e                                                                          1 e
         (C)                                                                          (D)  
            3                                                                           4

                             1
                                         
                                             1
                                                       
                                                           1
                                                                               
          lim e                    e            e             .....n terms  , is
                               A1            A2            A3
19.
          n 
               
                                                                              
                                                                               
                                                                                                         1
                       3
                                                                                             3     
                                                                                                3
                   
                                                                                        (B)  e e  1
                           3
                       e
         (A) e
                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    
                                                                                                         2
                       2 3
                                                                                             3     
                                                                                                3
                  
                                                                                        (D)  e e  1
                           3
                       e
         (C) e
                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    




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                                               SECTION – IV
                                              Matrix Match Type
                                               Matrix-Match Type
                                                                                                      p     q     r      s
This section contains 3 questions. Each question contains statements given in two
column which have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in Column I have to be                 A     p     q     r      s
matched with statements (p, q, r, s) in Column II. The answers to these questions               B     p     q     r      s
have to be appropriately bubbles as illustrated in the following example.
                                                                                                C     p     q     r      s
If the correct matches are A–p, A–s, B–q, B–r, C–p, C–q and D–s, then the correctly
bubbled 4 × 4 matrix should be as follows :                                                     D     p     q     r      s


20.     Column I                                                       Column II
        (A) Number of terms in (x + y - z + w)6 is                 (p) 67
        (B) Last two digits in 72011 is                            (q) 84
        (C) Number of rational terms in                            (r) 4
                                 
                                  1001
                   3
                       7  5 11          is
        (D) Remainder when 22011 is divided by                     (s)   43
            127 is



21.     Column I (Function)                                              Column II
        (A) f(x) = 2x2 - ln |x|                                    (p)                         
                                                                       strictly increasing in  0, 
                                                                                               4
        (B) f(x) = 2x + e-x                                        (q)                               3 
                                                                       strictly, decreasing in  2,     
                                                                                                      2 
        (C) f(x) = cosx + ex                                       (r) strictly increasing in (e, )
        (D) f(x) = ecosx - e-cosx                                  (s) strictly decreasing in (-, e)




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22.                     Column I                                                              Column II
        (A)        The distance of the point of intersection of the                  (p) 256
                                              
                                ˆ j)             ˆ    ˆ
                   planes r . (2i  ˆ  0, r . (4j  3k)  24, and
                    
                           ˆ    ˆ
                    r . (12i  7k)  24 from the origin is

        (B)        The value of  such that the planes x – 2y – z = 10, (q) 36
                   3x + 3y +          z  8 and 2x – y + 2z = k are not able
                   to make faces of a tetrahedron is
        (C)        The product of distances of any vertex from the (r)                      81
                   remaining vertices of a nine-sided regular polygon

                   inscribed in a circle of radius      2 units is
        (D)        If on the complex plane the numbers 72  56i 3 ,                  (s)    144

                   a + b i 3 (a, b  R, b  0) and 0 represent vertices
                   of an equilateral triangle then the value of (a + b)2
                   is




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                                                      PHYSICS
                                                      PAPER - II
                                                     SECTION – I
                                             Straight Objective Type
This section contains 9 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which
ONLY ONE is correct.

23.        Three sources of emf, V0sint, V0cost and V0 are connected in                                         R
           series as shown. RMS value of current in the circuit is
                  V0                                         V                                       0s 
                                                                                                    V in t                     V0

           (A)                                         (B) 0                                             ~          ~
                R 2                                          R                                                 V o
                                                                                                                 cs t
                                                                                                                0


                 V0 2                                          2V0
            (C)                                           (D)       .
                    R                                           R
                                                                                   y
24.         A refracting surface separates two medium of
            refractive index 1 and 2 as shown. Surface is                     =
                                                                             n1                                    =
                                                                                                                   n2
            symmetrical about x–axis. Parallel mono–chromatic                                                                       x
            rays are incident on the surface and refracted rays are                O                             F
            focused at f = 1 m from O (origin of co–ordinate
            system). Equation of surface is
            (A) x 2  y 2  2xy  0                       (B) 2x 2  3y 2  4x  0
            (C) 3x 2  4y 2  4x  0                                 (D) 3x 2  2y 2  2y  0


25.         An equilateral prism produces a deviation of 60º. If prism is rotated in the plane of
            incident and refracted ray by an angle 30º, deviation remains same. Possible values of
            angle of incidence are
            (A) 45º and 75º                            (B) 15º and 45º
            (C) 30º and 60º                            (D) 35º and 80º




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26.       A 3.6 m long vertical pipe is filled completely with a liquid. A small hole is drilled at the
          base of the pipe due to which liquids starts leaking out. This pipe resonates with a tuning
          fork. The first two resonances occur when height of water column is 3.22 m and 2.34 m
          respectively. The area of corss–section of pipe is
          (A) 25 cm2                                   (B) 100 cm2
          (C) 200 cm2                                  (D) 400 cm2.

27.       The following equations represent transverse waves
              z1 = A cos (3Kx – t)                    …(i)
              z2 = A cos (4Ky – t)                    …(ii)
          A wave is formed by the superposition of waves (i) and (ii). This wave is
                                                               3
          (A) traveling in the direction making an angle tan 1 with +ve x–axis
                                                               4
                                                               4
          (B) traveling in the direction making an angle tan 1 with +ve x–axis
                                                               3
                                                                   3
          (C) traveling in the direction making an angle   tan 1 with +ve y–axis
                                                                   4
                                                                   4
          (D) traveling in the direction making an angle   tan 1 with +ve y–axis.
                                                                   3

28.       Peak emission from a black body at a certain temperature occurs at a wavelength . On
          increasing its temperature, total radiation emitted is increased 16 times. At the initial
          temperature, when peak radiation from the black body is incident on a metal surface, it
          does not cause photoemission from surface. After the increase of temperature the peak
          radiation from black body caused photoemission. To bring these photoelectrons to rest, a
          potential equivalent to the excitation energy between n = 2 to n = 3 Bohr levels of
          hydrogen atom is required. If work function of metal is 2.24 eV, then value of  is
          [hc = 12400 ev – Å]
          (A) 3000 Å                                   (B) 6000Å
          (C) 9000Å                                    (D) 12000Å.




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29.     An ice cube is floating in water above which a layer of a
                                                                                                     Oil
        lighter oil is poured. As the ice melts, interface and the
                                                                                                       c
                                                                                                       Ie                 nef c
                                                                                                                         I t ra e
        uppermost level of oil will respectively                                                      ar
                                                                                                      t
                                                                                                     We
        (A) rise and fall                                        (B) fall and rise
        (C) not change and not change                            (D) no change and fall



30.     A hollow sphere of inner radius R and outer radius 2R is made from a material of thermal
        conductivity K. It is surrounded by another hollow sphere of inner radius 2R and outer
        radius 3R made by material of thermal conductivity 2K. The inside of smaller sphere and
        outside of bigger sphere are maintained at 0ºC and 70ºC respectively. Temperature of
        interface in steady state, will be
        (A) 20º C                                                (B) 40º C
        (C) 50º C                                                (D) 60º C



31.     Two large fixed plates are 3 cm apart. Space between the
                                                                                               y
                                                                                               1

        plates is filled with a liquid having coefficient of viscosity 0.1                                                           F
                2                                        2
                                                                                               y
                                                                                               2
        N s/m . A very thin plate of area 2 m is placed between the
        plates as shown. If force require to drag the plate with a
                                                    y1
        constant speed 1 m/s is 30 N then              is
                                                    y2

        (A) 1/2 or 2                                             (B) 3 or 1/3
        (C) 1                                                    (D) 4 or ¼



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                                                SECTION – II
                                        Assertion – Reason Type
This section contains 4 reasoning type questions. Each question contains STATEMENT-1 (Assertion) and
STATEMENT-2 (Reason). Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Code
          (A) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is True; Statement – 2 is a correct explanation for
              Statement – 1.
          (B) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is True; Statement – 2 is NOT a correct
              explanation for Statement – 1.
          (C) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is False.
          (D) Statement – 1 is False, Statement – 2 is True.
32.       STATEMENT – 1
          If a body is thrown upwards distance covered by it, in the last second of upward motion is
          always equal to 5 m if g = 10 m/s2.
          because
          STATEMENT – 2
          Distance covered in last second of upward motion is always equal to that covered in last
          second of downward motion.
33.       STATEMENT – 1
          In LC oscillation there is no loss of energy in the form of heat even as charge keeps
          changing on capacitor.
          because
          STATEMENT – 2
          In LC oscillation, potential difference across capacitor differs in phase with current in the
                       
          capacitor by .
                       2
34.       STATEMENT – 1
          It is necessary to have same amplitudes of interfering waves in YDSE.
          because
          STATEMENT – 2
          For sustainable interference pattern in YDSE phase difference between participating
          waves must remains a constant with respect to time.

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35.        STATEMENT – 1
           A thick steel wire of a given length has a lower value Young's modulus as compared to a
           thin steel wire of same length.
           because
           STATEMENT – 2
           Area of a thick wire is greater as compared to area of a thin wire.

                                                   SECTION – III
                                        Linked Comprehension Type
This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, 3 multiple choice questions have to be answered.
Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

                               C36-68 : Paragraph for Questions Nos. 36 to 38
I.         Two capacitors P and Q having capacitances C each are charged to                                       C                 C
           potential differenceV0 and 2V0 respectively, and then connected to                                 +P–               –    +
                                                                                                                                    Q
           an inductor of inductance L as shown. Switch is closed at t = 0 and
           at t = t0 current is found to be maximum.                                                                     L              S

36.        Maximum current in the inductor
                C                                                            C
           (A)     V0                                               (B)        V0
                2L                                                           L
                   C                                                         C
           (C)        V0                                            (D)         V0 .
                   3L                                                        6L
37.        Charge on capacitor P at t = t0
               CV0                                                      3CV0
           (A)                                                      (B)
                2                                                         2
           (C) CV0                                                  (D) 3CV0.
38.        Potential difference across capacitor Q at t = t0
                                                                           V0
           (A) V0                                                   (B)
                                                                           2
                 3V0
           (C)                                                      (D) 3V0.
                  2

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                                             C39-41 : Paragraph for Questions Nos. 39 to 41




II            A lift of mass M has to be raised through height h from a state of rest to state of rest, with

              the help of cables which can have variable tension starting from zero to maximum value 3

              Mg. If process is done in shortest possible time.




39.           the graph showing variation of velocity with time is

              (A)                                                       (B)
                      v                                                       v


                                                                                            
                                                    t                                                     t
                            ta  2 , ta  g
                              n =g n =                                               a g a  2
                                                                                    t n =, t n =g

              (C)                                                       (D)
                      v                                                       v


                                                                                            
                                                    t                                                     t
                              ta  ta  g
                                n = n=                                               a 2 , a  g
                                                                                    t n =g t n =




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40.     graph showing variation of power produced by tension in the cable with time is
        (A)                                       (B)
               P

                                                                       P
                                        t
                               
                                                                               
                                                                                                 t
                    tan=6Mg
                                2


                                                                                 ta  6 g
                                                                                             2
                    tan=6Mg
                            2                                                      n =M
        (C)                                                      (D)
              P
                                                                       P

                    
                                                t
                                                                                           
                                                                                                        t
                                    tan=6Mg
                                                2
                                                                              tan 6 g2
                                                                                  =M
                                    tan=Mg
                                            2
                                                                              tan M 2
                                                                                  = g
                                                                                  .
41.     graph showing variation of power produced by net force acting on lift, with time is
        (A)                                       (B)
               p                                                        P

                                                                                      
                                        t                                                        t
                                                                              ta  4 g
                                                                                 n = M2
                     ta  4 g                                                  ta  M
                                                                                         2
                       n = M2                                                    n= g
        (C)                                                      (D)
              p
                                                                       p
                    
                                                t
                                                                                            
                                                                                                        t
                                    tan=4M 2
                                           g
                                                                               ta  M
                                                                                 n= g   2

                                    tan=M 2
                                          g




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                                                SECTION – IV
                                              Matrix Match Type
                                               Matrix-Match Type
                                                                                                      p       q     r        s
This section contains 3 questions. Each question contains statements given in two
                                                                                                  A   p       q     r        s
column which have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in Column I have to be
matched with statements (p, q, r, s) in Column II. The answers to these questions                 B   p       q     r        s
have to be appropriately bubbles as illustrated in the following example.                             p       q     r        s
                                                                                                  C
If the correct matches are A–p, A–s, B–q, B–r, C–p, C–q and D–s, then the correctly                   p       q     r        s
                                                                                                  D
bubbled 4 × 4 matrix should be as follows :
42.        Two moles of an ideal monoatomic gas is taken through a cycle                          P
           ABCA as shown in the P–T diagram. During process AB gas                              8P     B                 C
           follows the process PT2 = constant. Match the quantity in
           Column A with those in Column B.                                                     2P                       A

                                                                                                  O                                  T
                                                                                                          T             2T
                    Column A                                           Column B
 (A)        During process AB                      (p)     U > 0
 (B)        During process BC                      (q)     W>0
 (C)        During process CA                      (r)     Q < 0
 (D)        During cyclic process ABCA             (s)     Q > 0
43.        Two capillary tubes A and B are immersed in water, one is            A                                       B
           straight and the other is in the form of a rectangular U–tube.       h
           The tube A is sufficiently long and water rises in it upto height
           h. The lower end of the bent tube is at a depth H as shown. In                                                        H
           Column A, values of H is given and in Column B shape of
           meniscus is given.
                        Column A                                        Column B
 (A)        H>h                                     (p)     Water will flow out
 (B)        0<Hh                                   (q)     Water will not flow out
 (C)        H=0                                      (r)    Convex or flat
 (D)        H<0                                     (s)     Concave




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44         Two particles A and B are situated at the origin of co-ordinate at time t = 0. Particle A is
           moving on a circle x2 + y2 + 120y = 0 (x and y are in m) with constant speed 2 m/s.
           Particle B starts moving with zero initial velocity but with constant acceleration. At time t
                                                                                                    
                                                                          r
                                                                        uu uu  r
           = 10 s, velocity of A is found to be equal to velocity of B VA  VB . Match the quantities
         in column – I with quantities in column – II
             Column – I                                                                              Column – II
     (A)     Average velocity (in m/s) of A for t = 0 to t = 10 s                              (p)   
     (B)     Average velocity (in m/s) of B for t = 0 to t = 10 s                              (q)    
                                                                                                      5
     (C)         Average acceleration of A (in m/s) for t = 0 to t = 10 s                      (r)   6
     (D)         Average acceleration of B (in m/s) for t = 0 to t = 10 s                      (s)   is constant.

                                                 CHEMISTRY
                                                      PAPER - II
                                                     SECTION – I
                                            Straight Objective Type
This section contains 9 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D), out of which
ONLY ONE is correct.

45.        In the following sequence of reactions, end product is
              O       OH

                           CH3                                            
                                             
                                   I  II  III
                                   I2 / NaOH
                                        
                                                   H
                                               CH3CH 2 OH, 
                                                                i) RO
                                                               ii) CH3  Br
                                                                            

                     O                                                           O       O
                                                                                         C
           (A)                                                     (B)                         CH3
                                                                                         CH3

                     O     O                                                         O
                           C                                                         C
           (C)                 OC2H5                               (D)                   CH3
                           CH3




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46.       Phenol [C6H5OH] and water are taken in the weight ratio x : y in a stoppered flask and
          shaken thoroughly. After system settles down, it is observed that two layers are formed,
          one of which contains 70% phenol and the other 10% phenol. If the layers are equal in
          weight what is x : y ?
          (A) 2 : 3                                       (B) 1 : 2
          (C) 3: 5                                        (D) 3 : 4
47.       Two elements X and Y combine to form two compounds XY2 and X3Y2. When 0.1 mole
          of former weighs 10 grams while 0.05 moles of the latter weighs 9grams. Then the weight
          of 0.2 moles of X2Y is
          (A) 11 grams                                    (B) 22 grams
          (C) 2.2 grams                                   (D) 1.1 grams
48.       Amongst the following statements
          I : The structure of [BrF4]+ is regular tetrahedral
          II : Bond order of O2 decreases by the removal of an electron
          III : Br3 and Br3 are having same shape and same structure
          IV : The hybrid orbital of phosphorous in PCl5 is sp3dxy
          The incorrect statements is/are
          (A) only II                                     (B) I, III, IV
          (C) I, II, III                                  (D) I, II, III, IV
49.       Which of the following is not true?
          (A) Ordinary water is electrolysed more rapidly than D2O
          (B) Reaction between H2 and Cl2 is much faster than D2 and Cl2
          (C) D2O freezes at lower temperature than H2O
          (D) Bond dissociation energy for D2 is greater than H2




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50.     Which of the following carbanions is the most stable?


                   CH 2                                                    CH 2
        (A)                 NO 2                                (B)                  CN



                   CH2                                                     CH2
        (C)                 Cl                                  (D)                  F




51.     The incorrect statement is/are
        (A) Higher will be floccculation value lower will be coagulating power
        (B) Zeta potential is also called electrokinetic potential
                                                          x
        (C) Freundlich adsorption isotherm is                kp1/n ;n  1
                                                          m
        (D) Smoke is an aerosol

52.     Which is NOT TRUE about polymers?
        (A) Polymers do not carry any net charge                 (B) Polymers have high viscosity
        (C) Polymers scatter light                               (D) Polymers have low molecular weight

53.     Which of the following is a copolymer?
        (A) Buna-S                                               (B) PAN
        (C) Polythene                                            (D) PTFE




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                                                SECTION – II
                                        Assertion – Reason Type
This section contains 4 reasoning type questions. Each question contains STATEMENT-1 (Assertion) and
STATEMENT-2 (Reason). Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

Code
          (A) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is True; Statement – 2 is a correct explanation for
              Statement – 1.
          (B) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is True; Statement – 2 is NOT a correct
              explanation for Statement – 1.
          (C) Statement – 1 is True, Statement – 2 is False.
          (D) Statement – 1 is False, Statement – 2 is True.

54.       STATEMENT  1:
          Magnetite Fe3O4 has the inverse spinel structure.
          because
          STATEMENT  2:
          This is because high spin Fe3+ has no crystal field stabilization energy and high spin Fe2+
          has higher crystal field stabilization energy in an octahedral environment than in
          tetrahedral one.

55.       STATEMENT – I:
          Electrophilic substitution reaction on cumene is slower than toluene.
          STATEMENT – II:
          Positive inductive effect of isopropyl group is lesser than methyl group.

56.       STATEMENT – I:
          When solid chloride is heated with Conc. H2SO4 in presence of K2Cr2O7 deep red vapour
          are formed.
          STATEMENT – II:
          Deep red vapours are due to formation of CrO2Cl2 and hence the acidic radical is chloride.




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57.     STATEMENT – I:
                   H
            HO
                          O
                                  O
        HOH 2C

                 HO               OH
        does not give effervescence with aqueous NaHCO3 solution
        STATEMENT – II:
                      H
            HO
                              O
                                       O
        HOH 2C

                    O              OH
        is stabilized by resonance in much the same way as a carboxylate ion.

                                                SECTION – III
                                           Linked Comprehension Type
This section contains 2 paragraphs. Based upon each paragraph, 3 multiple choice questions have to be answered.
Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

                        C58–60 : Paragraph for Questions Nos. 58 to 60
Compound (A) on strong heating produces a gas mixture and leaves behind the metal. The
compound (A) on treatment with HCl forms a ppt(B) which is soluble in excess KCN. A on
treatment with K2CrO4 forms a ppt(C), whereas (A) on treatment with KI forms a precipitate (D).
Compound (A) does not give any effervescence on treatment with dil H2SO4 but give brown
coloured gas on treatment with hot conc. H2SO4.

58.     Compound (A) is
        (A) NH4NO3                                               (B) AgNO3
        (C) Cu(NO2)2                                             (D) Pb(NO3)2.

59.     Precipitate (B) and precipitate (D) both are soluble in
        (A) Dil HNO3                                  (B) Sodium thiosulphate solution
        (C) Dil NH3                                   (D) Both (B) and (C)

60.     Which of the following is correct about precipitate (C) ?
        (A) It is a yellow coloured compound.        (B) It is soluble in NH3.
        (C) It is insoluble in dil HNO3              (D) It has the same colour as that of Ag2CO3.

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                          C61–63 : Paragraph for Questions Nos. 61 to 63
Order of reaction is an experimentally determined quantity. It may be zero, positive, negative and
fractional. The kinetic equations of nth order reaction is
                                        1          1         1 
                               kt=            (a  x)n1  a n1 
                                      (n  1)                     
Half-life of nth order reaction depends on initial concentration according to the following relation.
                1
        t1/2  n1
              a
Unit of the rate constant varies with the order but general relation for unit of nth order reaction is
                              n1
             1              1
Unit of k =          time
             conc. 
The differential rate law for nth order reaction may be given as
        dx
            k[ A]n
        dt
where A denotes the reactant


61.       The unit of rate and rate constant are same for a:
          (A) zero order reaction                       (B) first order reaction
          (C) second order reaction                     (D) half order reaction

62.       For a reaction: I + OCl  IO + Cl
                                          
          in an aqueous medium, the rate of the reaction is given by
                     k  I  OCl 
           d  IO 
             
                            
                          
                                    
                                      
                                 -
               dt             [OH ]
          The overall order of the reaction is
          (A) –1                                       (B) 1
          (C) zero                                     (D) 2

63.                                    
          In a chemical reaction A  B, it is found that the rate of the reaction doubles when the
          concentration of A is increased four times. The order of the reaction with respect to A is
          (A) 0                                       (B) 1/2
          (C) 1                                       (D) 2

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                                               SECTION – IV
                                             Matrix Match Type
                                              Matrix-Match Type
                                                                                                      p     q     r      s
This section contains 3 questions. Each question contains statements given in two
column which have to be matched. Statements (A, B, C, D) in Column I have to be                 A     p     q     r      s
matched with statements (p, q, r, s) in Column II. The answers to these questions               B     p     q     r      s
have to be appropriately bubbles as illustrated in the following example.
                                                                                                C     p     q     r      s
If the correct matches are A–p, A–s, B–q, B–r, C–p, C–q and D–s, then the correctly
bubbled 4 × 4 matrix should be as follows :                                                     D     p     q     r      s



64.            Column – I                              Column – II
        (A)       CH3                          (p)     Reacts faster in EAS reactions than C6H5–Cl



        (B)       CH3                          (q)     On oxidation with KMnO4 produces a compound
                                                       which is a raw material for producing terylene

                          CH3
        (C)       CH3                          (r)     On nitration with conc. HNO3 and H2SO4 can
                                                       produce only one mononitro product.


                  CH3
        (D)       CH3                          (s)     On oxidation with KMnO4 produces a compound
                          CH3                          which on heating with soda lime produces C6H6.




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65.       Column I have mixture of solutions and column – II shows pH of the resulting solution.
          Now, match the column.


              Column – I                                  Column – II
          (A) A saturated solution of                 (p) pH = 7
              Mg(OH)2[KspMg(OH)2 = 4
               10-12]
          (B) 300 ml of 0.1 M BOH +                   (q)                      Ka , Ka 2 & Ka 3 are the                    
              100 ml. of 0.1 M HCl                                pKa  pKa  1                                             
                                                             pH       2    3
                                                                               successive dissociation                     
              (Kb (BOH) = 104)                                          2     constants of H PO                           
                                                                                              3   4                        
          (C) 300 ml. of 0.1 M BOH +                  (r)   pH = 10 + log 2
              300 ml. of 0.1 M HA
              [Ka = Kb = 104]
          (D) 0.01 M aqueous solution                 (s)          1       1      1
              Na2HPO4 [Given that :                         pH =     pK w  pK a  pKb
                                                                   2       2      2
               pKa ( H3 PO4 )  4.3 ;
                           1
                     pKa ( H3 PO4 )  8.102 ;
                            2
                     pKa ( H 3 PO4 )  12.5 ]
                            3




66.                 Column – I                                  Column – II
          (A)       H3BO3                                       (p) Weak Bronsted acid
          (B)       HCN                                         (q) Weak Lewis acid
          (C)       H3AsO4                                      (r)  Monobasic acid
          (D)       H3PO3                                       (s) Tribasic acid




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