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FIITJEE ALL INDIA TEST SERIES JEE(Main), 2014 ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS FULL TEST – IV

FIITJEE

ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

JEE(Main), 2014

ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS

FULL TEST – IV (Main)

S. No.

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

C

A

A

2.

D

C

B

3.

C

B

A

4.

A

C

A

5.

D

D

B

6.

A

D

C

7.

A

D

C

8.

A

D

B

9.

C

D

B

10.

B

D

C

11.

A

A

C

12.

C

A

B

13.

C

C

B

14.

D

C

A

15.

C

B

B

16.

C

A

D

17.

D

D

A

18.

C

C

B

19.

A

D

A

20.

C

C

D

21.

C

D

D

22.

B

D

A

23.

C

C

C

24.

D

D

B

25.

D

A

A

26.

C

C

D

27.

B

D

A

28.

C

C

D

29.

C

A

D

30.

C

D

C

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PPhhyyssiiccss

PART – I

SECTION – A

1.

Zero after decimal point is also significant.

2 2 2 2 2. a 2  v  v t 1 t a
2
2
2
2
2.
a
2  v
 v
t
1 t
a
t 
2
2
v
v
1
3.
600  T = ma
600
 360
a
 
4
min
60
mv
0
4.

mgt
mv
0
0
2
v
0

2gt
0

m/s 2

5.

7.

8.

Friction force on upper block is f = ma So work done = ma s

mu = m(v/2) + mv

v = (2/3)u

u 2u  3 3   e u  e = 1/3 2 
u
2u
3
3
 
e
u
 e = 1/3
2
 R
2
T 
GM
R
2
2
GM
4 
2
R
3 T
2
3
GM
4
 2
R
2
g 
2
2
2
T R
R 1
1

9.

m

 

dv

 

dt

dv

v

0.5

2

6

 

rv

6

 

 

1

18

 

t

0

dt

n

2

t

0.5

3

t = 3n4 sec

A vt a B C v 1 t
A
vt
a
B
C
v 1 t

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12.

13.

18.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

T

2

 g eff
g
eff

where g eff = mg

qE

m

g

qE

m

Maximum will be corresponding to source position A and minimum to source friction B.

2cos

So, time interval =

1

 

3

5

 

2

5

V

P

V

pindued

V

Pq

V

0

kq

kq

r 1

1

V pinduced

r

1 6

CV

v

i

2 5

6

CV

i 5

f

11

q

U

f

q

5

1

CV

6

2 5

CV

2

2

2

CV

2

 

Charge flown from battery = CV Work done = CV 2

Heat produced H = U + W

…(i)

….(ii)

…(iii)

B  C  O A P r 1  O O R r
B
C
O
A
P
r 1
O
O
R
r
 1 6 1 1 6 1 2 2 2 2 2  CV 
 1 6
1
1 6
1
2
2
2
2
2
CV
CV
CV
 CV

CV

 
2 5
2

2 5
 2
As A and B will be at same potential so
charge flown equal to Q.
B
Q
A
r
R
2
I
I
2
2
0 0
0 0
B
B
B
A
B
2
 a
2
2
 a
P
Using
e 
B
d
  v
So, e = BvR
45
R2
v
O
  /2
e 
B(x )dx
0

/2

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25.

27.

29.

1

 

q

2

1 LI

2

2 (C

1

C

2

)

2

 

0

q

 

 

L

C

1

C

2

I

0

 

q

1

C

1

q

C

2

C

1

 

I

coherent

4I

2

 

I

incoherent

2I

C I

1 0

L  C  C  1 2
L
C
C
1
2

Using Einstein equation

E = W + eV

o

12400 ev A

o

4

0.2 10 A

V = 1.6 Volts

= 4.6 eV + eV

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CChheemmiissttrryy

PART – II

1.

2.

4.

5.

11.

13.

14.

16.

17.

For H,

r

H

For

Li

2

,

r

Li

2

r

H

3

r

Li

2

1

r

3

r

3

r

2

r

2

0.529

1

0.529

3

9

4

9

4

2Cu S 3O

2

2

 2Cu O 2SO

2

Cu 2

2FeS 3O  2FeO 2SO

O FeS FeO Cu S

2

2

2

FeO SiO FeSiO

2

3

Slag

2

SECTION – A

This is a 3 o and resonance stabilized carbocation.

Cumulated diene is least stable, evolve max heat in the hydrogenation reaction.

Number of revolution made by an electron per sec

v

n

2

r

n

 

2

Ze

2

nh

 

2

2

n h

2

4 mZe

2

4

2

2

mZ e

4

4

2

me

4

Z

2

2

Z

n

3

3

n h

3

6.66

10

15

h

3

1

8

n

3

6.66

= 8.3 × 10 14

10

15

Vapour pressure depends on temperature not on size of container.

There is no intermolecular forces of attraction in ideal gases.

3A B  2C

r

1

d A

3

dt



d B

1

d C

dt

2

dt

K

d A

dt

3K

i.e. K 3K

So that

d C

dt

A

 

B

2K

A

K

A

 

B

 

B

=

2 K

3

A

 

B

A

 

B

K

P

P

CO

2

, which will depends temperature of the system only.

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18. Water will be neutral as [H + ] = [OH - ]

20. Zinc is more electropositive than silver therefore, it displaces less electropositive silver.

21. Carnalite is a double salt KCl.MgCl 2 .6H 2 O which give test of K + , Mg +2 and Cl .

22. 2Cu

Cu

2

2CN

CN





2Cu

CN

2

CuCN

3KCN



K

3

 

Cu CN

4

 

23. Mass number change only by -particles and atomic number reduces by 2 unit by each -particle and increase by 1 unit by -particle.

27. CH 2 OH OH O H H OH H H H OH
27. CH 2 OH
OH
O
H
H
OH
H
H
H OH

Galactose unit

CH 2 OH OH H O O OH H OH H H OH
CH 2 OH
OH
H
O
O
OH
H
OH
H
H OH

Glucose unit

28. The 1 st step is electrophilic addition i.e. rate determining step, more stable will be the intermediate better will be the rate of reactions.

29.

O

CH 2 C OEt O O CH 2
CH 2
C
OEt
O
O
CH 2
CH OH 2 ,dry HCl CH OH 2
CH
OH
2
,dry HCl
CH
OH
2

CH 2

OH



H O

2

H

O O O CH 2 C LAH / THF O O CH 2 CH 2
O
O
O
CH 2
C
LAH / THF
O
O
CH 2
CH 2

OEt

OH EtOH

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MMaatthheemmaattiiccss

PART – III

1.

HHH , RR , I,I , P,P ,AYU



 

 =

x

SECTION – A

12

C

7!

7 2!2!

1

198 7!

2. b

 a  b  a     a  1  a
a
b

a
a  1
a  1
b
b

a

b

2

|a + b| = |a – b|

a is perpendicular bisector of (–1, 0) and (1, 0)

b

a is purely imaginary

b

3.

dV

 

t

dt



V

 

t

K

K

T

T

t

t

2

2

C

At t = 0, V = I

C

 

I

KT

2

2

Scrap value V(T) V(t = T) = C =

I

KT

2

2

4.

5.

2 tan

1

x

2



tan

1

x

3

2

8

0

  1  tan  x   4  x = –1 
 1
 tan
x

4
 x = –1
t
2  2
lim
t 
2 
1
1
1
t
2
 
1
 1 
2
 1
2
2
t
t
t
t

1

Now ||x – 1| – 6| = k has four distinct solutions if k (0, 6)

Number of integral values of k is 5

6.

f

x

x x
x
x

2

7. Case–I: when p

P = 2

2

2

2

Case–II: when p

2

p 6 and f(2) = 8

2

2

p > 6

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2 D  p  2   4  3p  2  
2
D
p
2
4
3p
2
8 
 8
4a
4
 P
= 8  2
5
 p  8  2
5
and
p  8  2
5 (rejected)
 Sum of values
of
p is 2  8  2
5  10  2

m + n = 30

of p is 2  8  2 5  10  2  m +

5 10

20
20

8. We have (x – y) 2 + (y – 3) 2 = 0 x = y = 3

9. We have f(x) > f(2) x < 2

a 2 – 9a – 9 1

a 2 – 9a – 10 0

a –1 or a 10

But a is positive. Hence a 10. That is a [10, [ Note that when a = 10

lim f

x

2

x

f

2

1

f

x

3

2x

 

x,

3,

x

x

2

2

So that f is continuous at 2, f(2) does not exist and f(x) 0 x R. Therefore, x = 2 is a critical point and f(x) changes sign from negative to positive at x = 2

10. We have

a

b

1

1

 

a

 

a

a

b

1

a

1

a

and

b

a

1

b

1

b

a

b

1

b

1

b

1

a

1

b

b ab = 1 a b

a

(ab – 1)(a – b) = 0

a

b

1

a

b

a 2 – b 2 = 1

11. Probability that calculator of brand r is selected and is defective

8k

=

3

Let E r denote the event that calculator of brand r is selected P(E r ) = kr

Since E r (r

6

1

kr

7

 

r  

k

6

7r

r

2

21

=

1,

21

2,

r

1

(1)

,

6) are mutually exclusive and exhaustive events we must have

6

1

r

P E

r

1

6

1

r

kr

1

k

1

21

required probability = 8k

3

8

p

63

q

(p + q) = 71

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12. P(r) = (2r + 1) 2 n  1 n  1  P
12. P(r) = (2r + 1) 2
n 
1
n
1
P r
 
2r
1
r 
1
r
1
1
n
2  1
 lim
3
2
2
n 
an
bn
c

a = 0, b = 2

So, (a + b) = 2

n

2

1

13. Let tan 1 x = and tan 1 y = then a tan + b sec = c and a tan + b sec = c Obviously a tan + b sec = c has roots tan and tan

(a 2 – b 2 ) tan 2 – 2 ac tan + c 2 – b 2 = 0

So

tan



tan



2ac

a

2

b

2

x

y

2ac

1 xy

a

2

b

2

and

tan

tan



c

2

b

2

a

2

b

2

ea 2  b 2 and tan  tan  c 2  b 2 a

 = 1

2

ln

 tan  c 2  b 2 a 2  b 2 e  =



e

2

2

ln5

1

2

3tan 1º

cot1º



1

3 tan

2

1

1

15. 3

tan

2

cot3º

3

tan 1º cot3º

=

3 tan1º

tan3ºcot3º

16.

lim

x

0

1

sin2x

1/ x

1

e

2

17. f(x) = x 2 + 3x – 2

f

x

dx

x

3

3x

2

3

2

2x

c

1

18. f(x) = (x – 1) 4 (x – 2) 3 (x – 3) 2 (x – 4)

f  1

f '

x

f  2

x 1

f '

4

3

x 2

0

3

x 3

2

1x 1

x 1

4

f(4) = 3(6 3 )

3

x 2

2

x 3

2

x 4

19. a + ar = 12 ar 2 + ar 3 = 48

r 2 = 4 r = –2, r –1, 2

4

x 2

3

4

x 1

2 x 3 x 4

3

x 2

3

x 3

(1)

(2)

2

x 4

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20.

21.

P

3k

 

2

k

1

,

5k

3

k

1

,

4

 

6k

k

1

Hence 3k

2

13

k

3

 

k

1

5

2

1

2a

a

2

1

p

p

2

1

2b

b

2

1

q

q

2

= 2 · 21 · 22 = 81 2 =

8

1

4

16

1

2c

c

2

1

r

r

2

2



22.

(a + b)x + (2b – 2a)y + (3b – 3a) = 0

a  a + b = 0   b 3  y  2
a
 a + b = 0 

b
3
 y 
2
2
2
 x
y
 1 
x
 
y
3 
2
2
23.
  
 1

10 5 / 2

Here a 2 = 10 and b 2 = 5/2 and centre is (1, 2)

Locus of feet of perpendicular lie on auxiliary circle of ellipse

Equation of circle is (x – 1) 2 + (y – 2) 2 = 10

24.

25.

26.

27.

f

x


4;

2

0;

0

2



 

2

3

 

2

x

2

x

x



x

3n

2

2

 

Range of function = {0, –2, 4}

tan

2



 

2

 

1

cos

1

cos

=

b   a

c

a    

c

b

3 4 = 81

a

b

c

a

b

c

1

1

a

c

c

b

1

a

b

We have, cos 2 x – (c – 1)cos x + 2c – 6 0 x R (cos x – 2)(cos x – (c – 3)) 0

cos x c – 3

c – 3 1 c 4

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28.

px 2 + qx + r = 0

rx 2 + qx + p = 0 (on subtract)

x = –1

So common root is – 1

p – q + r = 0

29. [{x}] = 0

f

f

x

f

3 x

7

 

x

 

3

1

7

3

x

7

1

7

7

 

1

7

x

f(f(x)) = x f 1 (x) = f(x)

f 1 (50) = f(50) and f(f(100)) = 100

f 1 (50) – f(50) + f(f(100)) = 100

30. Put a = 2R sin A, b = 2R sin B 2R sin B (sin 2 A + cos 2 A) =

sin A, b = 2R sin B 2R sin B (sin 2 A + cos 2

2a

 2R sin B = 2a   b  2  a  
 2R sin B =
2a
  b
2
a
   