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PAPER-1
Physics : Q. 1 to Q. 50
Chemistry : Q. 51 to Q. 100
Mathematics : Q. 101 to Q. 150

PHYSICS / ^m{VH$em

001. A light ray moving in medium- I (of refractive 001. EH$ H$me {H$aU AndVZmH$ n1 Ho$ m`-I
index n1) is incident on interface of two media | J{V H$aVr hB XmoZm| m`m| H$s AVgVh
and it is totally internally reflected at the na Amn{VV hmoVr h VWm AVgVh na nyUV`m
interface. Now refractive index n2 of medium-II AmV[aH$ namd{VV hmoVr h & A~ m`-II H$m
is decreased, then AndVZmH$ n2 H$m mZ KQ>m`m OmVm h Vmo -

(A)  ray will be totally transmitted in medium-II.


(A) {H$aU nyUV`m m`-II | nmaJ{V hmoVr h&
(B)  ray will move completely parallel to the (B) {H$aU AVgVh Ho$ nyUV`m gmVa Om`oJr &
interface . (C) {H$aU A~ ^r AVgVh na nyUV`m AmV[aH$
(C) ray will be still totally internally reflected at namd{VV hmoJr &
interface. (D) {H$aU m`-II | nyUV`m nmaJ{V Ho$db
(D)  ray will be totally transmitted into medium-II V^r hmoJr O~ AmnVZ H$moU ~T>m`m OmVm
only if angle of incidence is increased. h&

1-AA ] [ 2 ] [ Contd...
002. A light beam consists of two types of photons. 002. EH$ H$me {H$aU | Xmo H$ma Ho$ $moQ>moZ h& EH$
In one type each photon has energy 2eV and in Vah | `oH$ $moQ>moZ H$s D$Om 2eV h VWm Xygao
other type each photon has energy 3eV. The light Vah | `oH$ $moQ>moZ H$s D$Om 3eV h& H$me
beam is incident on a photoelectric material of {H$aU EH$ H$me {dwVnXmW {OgH$m H$m`$bZ
work function 1eV. The maximum kinetic energy 1eV h Cg na {JaVr h& Cg{OV $moQ>moBboQmoZ
of emitted photoelectron is : H$s A{YH$V J{VO D$Om h :
(A) leV (B) 2eV (A) leV (B) 2eV
(C) 3eV (D) 4eV (C) 3eV (D) 4eV

003. A light beam parallel to axis is incident on 003. Mma Cmb b|gm| A, B, C VWm D Ho$ {ZH$m` na
the system of four convex lenses A, B, C and Aj Ho$ gmVa H$me {H$aU nwO Amn{VV hmoVm
D. Focal lengths of A, B, C and D are 30cm, h& bog A, B, C VWm D H$s $moH$g b~mB`m
10cm, 30cm and 10cm respectively as shown. H$e 30cm, 10cm, 30cm VWm 10cm h& `hm
Here fixed distance BC=20cm. What should be pWa Xyar BC = 20cm h& b|g A VWm b|g D
the distance between the lens A and lens D so Ho$ ` Xyar {H$VZr hmoZr Mm{hE Vm{H$ AndVZ Ho$
that after refractions, rays will be parallel to nmV {H$aUo (region) jo I, III VWm V | Aj
axis in regions I, III and V? Ho$ gmVa hmo OmE:

(A) 20 cm (B) 40 cm (A) 20 cm (B) 40 cm


(C) 100 cm (D) 80 cm (C) 100 cm (D) 80 cm

004. A long silver tea spoon is placed in a cup filled 004. EH$ b~o MmXr Ho$ Mm` MM H$mo J Mm` go
with hot tea. After some time, the exposed end ^ao H$n o aIm OmVm h & Hw$N> g` ~mX MM
(the end which is not dipped in tea) of the H$m Iwbm {gam (Omo Mm` o Zht Sy>~m h) J hmo
spoon becomes hot even without a direct contact OmVm h `{n `h Mm` Ho$ grYo gnH$ o Zht
with the tea. This phenomenon can be explained Wm & `h ^md w` $n go {ZZ go gPm Om
mainly by: gH$Vm h :
(A) thermal expansion (B) conduction (A) D$r` gma (B) MmbZ
(C) reflection (D) radiation (C) namdVZ (D) {d{H$aU

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005. Figure shows a nonconducting semicircular rod 005. {M | xy Vb | EH$ AMmbH$ AY dmmH$ma N>S >
in xy plane. Top half (quarter circle) has uniform Xem`r JB h& D$nar AmYo ^mJ (MVwWme dm) o
linear charge density - m whereas remaining half EH$ gmZ aoIr` Amdoe KZd - m h O~{H$ eof
has uniform linear charge density + m . What is the AmYo ^mJ | EH$ gmZ aoIr` Amdoe KZd + m h&
direction of the net electric field at point P? {~X P na n[aUmr {dwV jo H$s {Xem `m hmoJr?

-m -m

+m +m

(A) along +x axis (A) +x Aj Ho$ AZw{Xe


(B) along +y axis (B) +y Aj Ho$ AZw{Xe
(C) electric field is zero at point P, so direction (C)  {~X P na {dwV jo ey` h AV {Xem kmV Zht
cannot be determined. H$s Om gH$Vr h
(D) along the bisector of x axis and y axis. (D) x Aj d y Aj Ho$ A^mOH$ Ho$ AZw{Xe

006. A bead of mass m can slide without friction on a 006. EH$ OS>dV dmmH$ma j{VO db` {OgH$s {`m
fixed circular horizontal ring of radius 3R having 3R h d Ho$ C na h, Cg na m `mZ H$m
centre at the point C. The bead is attached to one EH$ ZH$m {~Zm KfU Ho$ {$gb gH$Vm h& ZHo$
of the ends of spring of spring constant k. Natural H$mo EH$ pJ Ho$ EH$ {gao go ~mYm OmVm h &
Cg pJ H$m pJ {Z`VmH$ k h VWm pJ H$s
length of spring is R and the other end of the
mH${VH$ b~mB R h VWm pJ H$m Xygam {gam
spring is fixed at point O as shown in figure. Bead
{MmZwgma {~X O na OS>dV h & ZHo$ H$mo pW{V
is released from position A, what will be kinetic A go w$ {H$`m OmVm h Vmo O~ `h pW{V B
energy of the bead when it reaches at point B ? na nhMVm h V~ ZHo$ H$s J{VO D$Om hmoJr:

25 25
(A) 12 kR 2 (B) kR 2 (A) 12 kR 2 (B) kR 2
2 2
9 9
(C) kR2 (D) 8kR2 (C) kR2 (D) 8kR2
2 2

007. The total electrostatic energy stored in both the 007. XmoZm| gYm[a o gJ{hV Hw$b pWa {dwV D$Om h :
capacitors is :

(A) 18 nJ (B) 9 nJ (A) 18 nJ (B) 9 nJ


(C) 40.5 nJ (D) 13.5 nJ (C) 40.5 nJ (D) 13.5 nJ

1-AA ] [ 4 ] [ Contd...
008. Gravitational force acts on a particle due to fixed 008. EH$ gmZ R>mog OS>dV Jmobo Ho$ H$maU EH$ H$U na
uniform solid sphere. Neglect other forces. Then Jw$dr ~b bJVm h, A` ~b ZJ` h & V~ `h
particle : H$U:
(A) experiences a force directed along the radial (A) Ho$db {`r` {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe hr ~b AZw^d H$aoJm&
direction only. (B) hoem {`r` {Xem Ho$ b~dV J{V H$aoJm&
(B) always moves normal to the radial direction
(C) hoem {`r` {Xem Ho$ AZw{Xe J{V H$aoJm&
(C) always moves in the radial direction only.
(D) always moves in circular orbit. (D) hoem dmr` J{V H$aoJm&

009. A block performs simple harmonic motion with 009. EH$ bmH$ gm`mdWm {~X x =0 Ho$ gmnoj gab Amd{V
equilibrium point x = 0. Graph of acceleration of the J{V H$aVm h & bmH$ Ho$ daU H$mo g` Ho$ $bZ Ho$ $n
block as a function of time is shown. Which of the o Jm$ Xem`m J`m h & bmH$ Ho$ ~mao o H$mZgm H$WZ
following statement is correct about the block? g` h ?

(A) speed is maximum at t=3s.


(A) t=3s na H$U H$s Mmb A{YH$V h&
(B)  displacement from equilibrium is maximum
(B) t=4s na H$U H$m gm`mdWm go {dWmnZ A{YH$V h&
at t=4s.
(C) speed is maximum at t=4s. (C) t=4s na Mmb A{YH$V h &
(D) speed is minimum at t=2s. (D) t=2s na Mmb `yZV h&

010. There are two identical springs each of spring 010. `hm Xmo EH$gmZ pJ h d `oH$ H$m pJ {Z`VmH$ k
constant k. Here springs, pulley and rods are h & `hm bmH$ H$m `mZ m h VWm pJ, nybr VWm
massless and block has mass m. What is the N>S>o (rods) `mZhrZ h& gm`mdWm o `oH$ pJ H$m
extension of each spring at equilibrium ?
{dVma `m hmoJm ?

mg 2mg mg 2mg
(A) (B) (A) (B)
k k k k
mg 3mg mg 3mg
(C) (D) (C) (D)
2k 4k 2k 4k

011. Two tuning forks A and B produce 4 beats/sec. 011. A VWm B Xmo d[a 4 {dnX /goH$S> Cn H$aVo h & B
Forks B and C produce 5 beats/sec. Forks A and C VWm C d[a 5 {dnX /goH$S> Cn H$aVo h Vmo A VWm
may produce . beats/sec. C d[a ......... {dnX /goH$S> Cn H$a gH$Vo h&
(A) 2 (B) 5 (A) 2 (B) 5
(C) 9 (D) 20 (C) 9 (D) 20

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012. A 10gm bullet moving directly upward at 1000 m/s 012. EH$ 10gm H$s Jmobr 1000 m/s go grYr D$na J{V H$aVr
strikes and passes through the center of mass of hE {dam | nS>o 10 kg `mZ Ho$ bmH$ go Q>H$amVr h
a 10 kg block initially at rest .The bullet emerges VWm CgHo$ `mZ Ho$ go JwOaVr h& Jmobr grYo D$na
from the block moving directly upward at 400 m/s. H$s Va$ 400 m/s go bmH$ | go ~mha {ZH$bVr h &O~
What will be velocity of the block just after the Jmobr bmH$ go R>rH$ ~mha {ZH$bVr h Cg jU bmH$ H$m
doJ `m hmoJm ?
bullet comes out of it ?

(A) 0.6 m/s (B) 1 m/s (A) 0.6 m/s (B) 1 m/s
(C) 0.4 m/s (D) 1.4 m/s (C) 0.4 m/s (D) 1.4 m/s

013. Two identical balls P and Q are projected with 013. Xmo EH$gmZ J|Xo P VWm Q EH$ hr gmZ {~X O go
same speeds in vertical plane from same point O CdmYa Vb | gmZ Mmb go jo{VO Ho$ gmW jonU H$moU
with making projection angles with horizontal 30
H$e 30 d 60 na jo{nV H$s OmVr h VWm do grYo
and 60 respectively and they fall directly on plane
AB at points P' and Q' respectively. Which of the hr Vb A B na H$e {~X P' d Q' na {JaVr h& Xyar Ho$
following statement is true about distances as given g~Y o H$mZgm {dH$n g` h ?
in options?

(A) AP' = AQ' as there are complimentary (A) AP' = AQ' `m|{H$ CZHo$ jonU H$moU nyaH$ H$moU h
projection angles. (B) AP' > AQ'
(B) AP' > AQ' (C) AP' < AQ'
(C) AP' < AQ' (D) AP' AQ'
(D) AP' AQ'

014. A string has a length of 5m between fixed points 014. Xmo


pWa {~XAmo Ho$ ` EH$ agr H$s b~mB 5m h VWm
and has fundamental frequency of 20 Hz. What is BgH$s yb^yV Amd{V 20 Hz h Vmo {Vr` A{Yda H$s
the frequency of the second overtone ? Amd{V `m hmoJr ?
(A) 30 Hz (B) 40 Hz (A) 30 Hz (B) 40 Hz
(C) 50 Hz (D) 60 Hz (C) 50 Hz (D) 60 Hz

015. Displacement x versus t2 graph is shown for a 015. EH$ H$U Ho$ {dWmnZ x H$m t2 Ho$ gmW Jm$ ~Vm`m J`m
particle. The acceleration of the particle is : h& H$U H$m daU h :

(A) 2m/s2 (B) 4m/s2 (A) 2m/s2 (B) 4m/s2


(C) 8m/s2 (D) zero (C) 8m/s2 (D) ey

1-AA ] [ 6 ] [ Contd...
016. For given LR circuit, growth of current as function 016. {XE JE LR n[anW | Ymam H$s d{ H$mo g` t Ho$ $bZ
of time t is shown in graph. Which of the following Ho$ $n o Xem`m J`m h& {ZZ | go H$mZgm {dH$n n[anW
option represents value of time constant most Ho$ {bE H$mb {Z`VmH$ Ho$ mZ Ho$ g~go ZOXrH$ h ?
closely for the circuit?

(A) 0.4 s (B) 0.7 s (A) 0.4 s (B) 0.7 s


(C) 1 s (D) 2.4 s (C) 1 s (D) 2.4 s

017. Radii of two conducting circular loops are b and a 017. Xmo dmmH$ma MmbH$ bynmo H$s {`mE b VWm a Ohm
respectively where b > > a. Centers of both loops b > > a, XmoZm| Ho$ Ho$ gnmVr h bo{H$Z XmoZm| bynmo Ho$
coincide but planes of both loops are perpendicular
Vb nana b~dV h & BZ bynmo Ho$ {bE A`mo` oaH$d
to each other. The value of mutual inductance for
these loops : H$m mZ h :
n ra 2 n0 rb 2 n0 ra 2 n0 rb 2
(A) 0 (B) (A) (B)
2b 2a 2b 2a
n0 rab n0 rab
(C) zero (D) (C) ey (D)
2 (a + b) 2 (a + b)

018. A block of mass of 1kg is moving on the x axis. A 018. `mZ 1kg H$m EH$ bmH$ x Aj na J{VmZ h Bg na
force F acting on the block is shown. Velocity of H$m`aV ~b F {MmZwgma h & g` t=2s na bmH$ H$m doJ
the block at time t=2s is - 3m/s . What is the speed
- 3m/s h Vmo g` t=4s na bmH$ H$s Mmb `m hmoJr?
of the block at time t = 4s ?

(A) 5 m/s (B) 8 m/s (A) 5 m/s (B) 8 m/s


(C) 2 m/s (D) 3 m/s (C) 2 m/s (D) 3 m/s

019. Two particles P and Q are moving on a circle. 019. Xmo H$U P VWm Q EH$ dm na J{V H$a aho h& {H$gr jU
At a certain instant of time both the particles
are diametrically opposite and P has tangential
XmoZm| H$U `mgV{dnarV h VWm P H$m neaoIr` daU
acceleration 8m/s2 and centripetal acceleration 8m/s2 VWm A{^H|${` daU 5m/s2 h O~{H$ Q Ho$db
5m/s2 whereas Q has only centripetal acceleration A{^H|${` daU 1m/s2 aIVm h & {XE JE jU na Q
of 1m/s2. At that instant acceleration (in m/s2) of P
Ho$ gmnoj P H$m daU (m/s2 |) h :
with respect to Q is :
(A) 12 (B) 14 (A) 12 (B) 14
(C) 80 (D) 10 (C) 80 (D) 10

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020. In the given figure, atmospheric pressure P0=1 atm 020. {M | dm`wS>br` Xm~ P0 = 1 atm VWm nmao V^ H$s
and mercury column length is 9cm. Pressure P of b~mB 9cm h & Zbr | n[a~ Jg H$m Xm~ P `m
the gas enclosed in the tube is : hmoJm?

(A) pressure of 85cm of Hg (A) 85cm Hg V^ Xm~


(B) pressure of 67cm of Hg (B) 67cm Hg V^ Xm~
(C) pressure of 90cm of Hg (C) 90cm Hg V^ Xm~
(D) pressure of 78cm of Hg (D) 78cm Hg V^ Xm~

021. PV diagram of an ideal gas is shown. The gas 021. EH$ AmXe Jg H$m PV AmaoI Xem`m J`m h & Jg H$s
undergoes from initial state A to final state B such map^H$ AdWm A go A{V AdWm B VH$ H$ Bg
that initial and final volumes are same . Select the H$ma h {H$ ma{^H$ Am`VZ d A{V Am`VZ gmZ h&
correct alternative for given process AB. {XE JE AB H$ Ho$ {bE ghr {dH$n M`Z H$amo :

(A) process is isochoric (A) H$ gAm`VZr h


(B) work done by gas is positive (B) Jg mam H$m` YZmH$ h
(C) work done by gas is negative (C) Jg mam H$m` F$UmH$ h
(D) temperature of gas increases continuously (D) Jg H$m Vmn bJmVma ~T>Vm h

022. A small object of mass of 100gm moves in a circular 022. EH$ N>moQ>r dVw {OgH$m `mZ 100gm h,`h EH$
path. At a given instant velocity of the object is dmmH$ma nW o J{V H$aVr h& {H$gr jU na Bg dVw H$m
10it m/s and acceleration is (20it + 10tj ) m/s 2 . At doJ 10it m/s VWm daU (20it + 10tj ) m/s 2 h& Bg jU
this instant of time, rate of change of kinetic energy na dVw H$s J{VO D$Om | n[adVZ H$s Xa hmoJr :
of the object is :
(A) 20kgm2s3
(A) 20kgm2s3
(B) 200kgm2s3
(B) 200kgm2s3
(C) 300kgm2s3
(C) 300kgm2s3
(D) 10000kgm2s3 (D) 10000kgm2s3

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023. A time varying horizontal force (in Newton) 023. g` n[adVu j{VO ~b (`yQ>Z |) F = 8 sin (4rt)
F = 8 sin (4rt) is acting on a stationary block of EH$ {dam | aIo 2kg Ho$ bmH$ na {MmZwgma bJVm h&
mass 2kg as shown. Friction coefficient between the
`hm bmH$ VWm OrZ Ho$ ` KfU JwUmH$ n = 0.5 VWm
block and ground is n = 0.5 and g = 10m/s 2 . Then
g = 10m/s 2 h& bmH$ H$s n[aUmr J{V hmoJr :
resulting motion of the block will be :

(A) It moves towards right (A) Xm`t Va$ J{V H$aoJm


(B) It will oscillate (B) XmobZ H$aoJm
(C) It remains stationary (C) {dam | hr ahoJm
(D) It moves towards left (D) ~m`r Va$ J{V H$aoJm

024. Take Bulk modulus of water B = 2100MPa . What 024. `hm Ob H$m Am`VZ `mWVm JwUmH$ B = 2100MPa
increase in pressure is required to decrease the br{OE & Ob Ho$ 200 brQ>a Am`VZ H$mo 0.004 {VeV
volume of 200 liters of water by 0.004 percent ? KQ>mZo Ho$ {bE {H$VZm Xm~ n[adVZ Amd`H$ h?
(A) 84 kPa (B) 210 kPa (A) 84 kPa (B) 210 kPa
(C) 840 kPa (D) 8400 kPa (C) 840 kPa (D) 8400 kPa

025. Thin semicircular part ABC has mass m1 and 025. nVbo A dmmH$ma ^mJ ABC H$m `mZ m1 h VWm
diameter AOC has mass m2. Here axis passes `mg AOC H$m `mZ m2 h &`hm `mg Ho$ ` {~X
through mid point of diameter and the axis is go Aj JwOaVm h VWm Vb ABC Ho$ b~dV Aj h VWm
perpendicular to plane ABC. Here AO=OC=R.
AO=OC=R h & Bg g`w$ {ZH$m` H$s Cg Aj (axis)
The moment of inertia of this composite system
about the axis is:
Ho$ gmnoj OS>d AmKyU hmoJm :

m R2 m R2 m R2 m2 R 2 m1 R 2 m2 R 2
(A) m1 R + 2
2
(B) 1 + 2 (A) m1 R 2 + (B) +
12 2 3 12 2 3

m R2 m R2 m R2 m1 R 2 m2 R 2 m2 R 2
(C) 1 + 2 (D) m1 R + 2
2 (C) + (D) m1 R 2 +
2 6 3 2 6 3

026. In Youngs double slit experiment, the path 026. `J Ho$ {{N> `moJ o nX} na EH$ {~X na `{VH$aU
difference between two interfering waves at a point H$aZo dmbr Xmo VaJm| Ho$ ` nWmVa VaJX` H$m 13.5
on screen is 13.5 times the wavelength. The point is: JwUm h Vmo {~X hmoJm :
(A) dark (A) AXr
(B) bright but not central bright (B) Xr naVw Ho$r` Xr Zht
(C) neither bright nor dark (C) Z Vmo Xr Z hr AXr
(D) central bright (D) Ho$r` Xr

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027. A ball having velocity v towards right and having 027. EH$ J|X {OgH$m X{jUmdV H$moUr` doJ h, `h Xm`t Va$
angular velocity clockwise approaches the wall. It doJ v go EH$ Xrdma H$s Va$ J{V H$a ahr h& Xrdma go
collides elastically with wall and moves towards
left. Ground and wall are frictionless . Select the
`h `mW Q>$a H$aVr h VWm `h ~m`t Va$ bmQ>Vr h &
correct statement about angular velocity of the ball OrZ d Xrdma KfUa{hV h & Xrdma Ho$ gmW Q>$a Ho$ ~mX
after collision. J|X Ho$ H$moUr` doJ Ho$ ~mao | ghr H$WZ M`Z H$amo -

(A) It will be clockwise (A) X{jUmdV hmoJr


(B) It will be anticlockwise (B) dmmdV hmoJr
(C) It becomes zero (C) `h ey` hmo OmVr h
(D) Angular speed decreases (D) H$moUr` Mmb KQ>Vr h

028. Which of the following particle will describe the 028. {ZZ H$Um| | go H$mZgm H$U g~go N>moQ>r {`m H$m dm
smallest circle when projected with same velocity ~ZmEJm O~ `h Mw~H$s` jo Ho$ b~dV gmZ doJ go
perpendicular to magnetic field ? jo{nV {H$`m OmVm h ?
(A) electron (B) proton (A) BboQmoZ (B) moQ>moZ
+ (C) He+ (D) Li+
(C) He (D) Li+

029. A loop PQR carries a current of 2A as shown. A 029. {MmZwgma EH$ byn PQR | Ymam 2A h & EH$ gmZ
uniform magnetic field (B=2T) is parallel to plane Mw~H$s` jo (B=2T) byn Ho$ Vb Ho$ gmVa h & byn
of the loop. The magnetic torque on the loop is : na Mw~H$s` AmKyU h :

(A) 4 Nm (B) 16 Nm (A) 4 Nm (B) 16 Nm


(C) 8 Nm (D) zero (C) 8 Nm (D) ey

030. The sides of a rectangle are 7.01m and 12m. Taking 030. EH$ Am`V H$s ^wOmE 7.01m VWm 12m h & gmWH$ AH$mo
the significant figures into account , the area of the H$mo boVo hE Am`V H$m jo$b hmoJm :
rectangle is :
(A) 84m2 (B) 84.1m2
(A) 84m2 (B) 84.1m2
(C) 84.00m2 (D) 84.12m2 (C) 84.00m2 (D) 84.12m2

031. In steady state, charge on 3nF capacitor is : 031. Wm`r AdWm o 3nF gYm[a na Amdoe hmoJm:

(A) 54 nC (B) 36 nC (A) 54 nC (B) 36 nC


(C) 27 nC (D) 18 nC (C) 27 nC (D) 18 nC

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032. Consider one dimensional motion of a particle. 032. EH$ H$U Ho$ {bE EH$ {dr` J{V br{OE & `hm doJ v VWm
Velocity v versus time t graph is shown. Which g` t Ho$ ` Jm$ Xem`m J`m h& H$mZgm Jm$ g` t
graph is most appropriate for displacement x versus
time t ?
Ho$ gmnoj {dWmnZ x H$mo g~go Cn`w$ $n go XemVm h ?

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

033. An object of mass 26kg floats in air and it is in 033. `mZ 26 kg H$s dVw hdm | VaVr hB gm`dWm
equilibrium state. Air density is 1.3kg/m3 . The pW{V | h & hdm H$m KZd 1.3kg/m3 h & dVw H$m
volume of the object is : Am`VZ hmoJm :
(A) 26 m3 (B) 10 m3 (A) 26 m3 (B) 10 m3
3
(C) 20 m (D) 13 m3 (C) 20 m3 (D) 13 m3

034. In the given circuit cell E has internal resistance of 034. {XE JE n[anW | gob E H$m AmV[aH$ {VamoY r = 2X
r = 2X .What is the value of resistance R so that h& {VamoY R H$m mZ `m hmoZm Mm{hE Vm{H$ {VamoY R
power delivered to resistor R is maximum ? H$mo XmZ H$s JB e{$ A{YH$V hmoJr ?

(A) 1W (B) 2W (A) 1W (B) 2W


(C) 3W (D) 5W (C) 3W (D) 5W
035. Two cylindrical rods A and B have same resistivities 035. Xmo ~obZmH$ma N>S>o A VWm B H$s {VamoYH$Vm gmZ h VWm
and same lengths . Diameter of rod A is twice the b~mB ^r gmZ h & N>S> A H$m `mg N>S> B Ho$ `mg
diameter of the rod B. Ratio of voltage drop across H$m XJwZm h & N>S> A na dmoQ>Vm H$m N>S> B na dmoQ>Vm
rod A to rod B is : Ho$ gmW AZwnmV `m h ?

1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
4 2 4 2
(C) 2 (D) 4 (C) 2 (D) 4

036. Which of the following material is not ferromagnetic 036. {ZZ | go H$mZgm nXmW bmMw~H$d H${V H$m Zht h?
in nature ?
(A) Al (B) Fe (A) Al (B) Fe
(C) Co (D) Ni (C) Co (D) Ni

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037. Three small balls of masses 1kg, 2kg and 3kg are 037. `mZ 1kg, 2kg VWm 3kg H$s VrZ N>moQ>r J|Xo EH$ hr
moving in a plane and their velocities are 1m/s, Vb | doJ H$e 1m/s, 2m/s VWm 3m/s go {MmZwgma
2m/s and 3m/s respectively as shown. The total J{V H$a ahr h & {XE JE jU na {~X P Ho$ gmnoj VrZmo
angular momentum of the system of the three balls J|Xm| Ho$ {ZH$m` H$m Hw$b H$moUr` gdoJ h :
about point P at given instant of time is :

(A) 7 kgm2s1 (B) 8 kgm2s1


(A) 7 kgm2s1 (B) 8 kgm2s1 (C) 9 kgm2s1 (D) 36 kgm2s1
(C) 9 kgm2s1 (D) 36 kgm2s1
038. Three identical resistors each of resistance R are 038. VrZ EH$ gmZ {VamoY {OZ| `oH$ H$m {VamoY R h H$mo
connected to an ideal cell of voltage V as shown . V dmoQ> Ho$ AmXe gob go {MmZwgma OmoS>m OmVm h Vmo BZ
Total power dissipated in all three resistors is : VrZ {VamoYm| o Hw$b `{`V e{$ hmoJr:

2V 2 3V 2 2V 2 3V 2
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3R 2R 3R 2R
3V 2 V2 3V 2 V2
(C) (D) (C) (D)
R 3R R 3R
039. For given logic diagram , output F=1, then inputs are: 039. {XE JE VH$ n[anW | {ZJV F=1, V~ {Zdoer h:

(A) A = 0, B = 0, C = 1 (B) A = 0, B = 0, C = 0 (A) A = 0, B = 0, C = 1 (B) A = 0, B = 0, C = 0


(C) A = 0, B = 1, C = 0 (D) A = 1, B = 1, C = 1 (C) A = 0, B = 1, C = 0 (D) A = 1, B = 1, C = 1
040. Consider two polaroids A and B as shown. 040. XemE AZwgma Xmo nmoboamoBS> A VWm B na {dMma H$s{OE&
Unpolarized light is incident on polaroid A. Now AYw{dV H$me nmoboamoBS> A na Amn{VV hmoVm h & A~
both the polaroids are rotated simultaneously by XmoZm| nmoboamoBS> H$mo EH$ gmW 180 KyUZ EH$ hr {Xem |
180 in same sense of rotation such that at every
instant, their pass(transmission) axes always
Bg H$ma go Ky{UV {H$`m OmVm h {H$ `oH$ jU XmoZm| H$s
remain parallel to each other. During the rotation, nmaJZ Aj hoem EH$ Xygao Ho$ gmVa ahVo h& KyUZ Ho$
intensity of transmitted light through polaroid B : XmamZ nmoboamoBS> B go nmaJ{V H$me H$s VrdVm :

(A) decreases continuously (A) bJmVma KQ>Vr h


(B) increases continuously (B) bJmVma ~T>Vr h
(C) first increases then decreases (C) nhbo KQ>Vr h {$a ~T>Vr h
(D) remains same (D) gmZ ahVr h

041. Activity of a radioactive substance becomes from 041. EH$ ao{S>`mog{H$` nXmW H$s g{H$`Vm 8000Bq go 1000Bq
8000Bq to 1000Bq in 12 Days. What is the half life VH$ 12 {XZm| | hmo OmVr h & ao{S>`mog{H$` nXmW H$s
of the radioactive substance ? AAm`w `m h?
(A) 3 days (B) 4 days (A) 3 {XZ (B) 4 {XZ
(C) 6 days (D) 2 days (C) 6 {XZ (D) 2 {XZ

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042. The energy levels of a hypothetical one electron 042. EH$ H$mn{ZH$ EH$ BboQmZ namUw {ZH$m` Ho$ D$Om Va
16 16
atom system are given by E n = - 2 eV , where E n = - 2 eV h Ohm (n = 1, 2, 3,.) h & O~ `h
n n
n = 1, 2, 3,.The wavelength of emitted photon W Cmo{OV AdWm go yb Va o gH$U H$aVm h V~
corresponding to transition from first excited level Cg{OV $moQ>moZ H$s VaJX` bJ^J hmoJr :
to ground level is about :
(A) 690 A (B) 1035 A (A) 690 A (B) 1035 A
(C) 1220 A (D) 3650 A (C) 1220 A (D) 3650 A

043. What is the voltage across an ideal PN junction 043. {MmZwgma n[anW | {XE JE AmXe PN g{Y S>m`moS> na
diode for shown circuit ? dmoQ>Vm `m hmoJr ?

(A) 0V (B) 0.7V (A) 0V (B) 0.7V


(C) 1V (D) 2V (C) 1V (D) 2V

044. Power emitted by a black body at temperature 50C 044. Vmn 50C na EH$ H$UrH$m mam Cg{OV e{$ P h &
is P. Now temperature is doubled i.e. temperature of A~ H$UrH$m Vmn XJwZm AWmV 100C H$a {X`m OmVm h
black body becomes 100C. Now power emitted is : Vmo A~ Cg{OV e{$ hmoJr:
(A) 16 P (A) 16 P
(B) greater than P but less than 16P (B) P go A{YH$ naVw 16 P go H$
(C) greater than 16P (C) 16 P go A{YH$
(D) P (D) P

045. An experimenter needs to heat a small sample to 045. EH$ `moJ{dX EH$ N>moQ>o {VXe (sample) H$mo 900K Vmn
temperature 900K, but the only available large VH$ J H$aZm MmhVm h naVw ~S>r dVw (object) H$m
object has maximum temperature of 600K. Could CnbY A{YH$V Vmn Ho$db 600K h& `m `moJ{dX
the experimenter heat the sample to 900K by using mam {MmZwgma ~S>r dVw go {d{H$aU H$mo EH$ ~S>o b|g
a large lens to concentrate the radiation from the mam {VXe na H|${V H$a {VXe H$m 900K Vmn {H$`m
large object onto the sample as shown below ? Om gH$Vm h ?

(A) Yes, if the volume of the large object is at least (A) hm, `{X ~S>r dVw H$m Am`VZ {VXe Ho$ Am`VZ
1.5 times the volume of the sample.
(B) Yes, if the front area of the large object is H$m 1.5 JwUm H$a {X`m OmE &
at least 1.5 times the area of the front of the (B) 
hm, `{X ~S>r dVw H$m gwI jo$b {VXe Ho$ gwI
sample. jo$b H$m H$ go H$ 1.5 JwUm H$a {X`m OmE&
(C) Yes, if the sample is placed at the focal point
(C) hm, `{X {VXe H$mo b|g Ho$ $moH$g {~X na aIm OmE&
of the lens.
(D) It is not possible (D) `h g^d Zht h &

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046. Consider a small electric dipole with magnitude of 046. EH$ N>moQ>o {dwV {Ywd {OgH$m {Ywd AmKyU H$m n[amU
dipole moment p which is placed far away from point p h BgH$mo {~X A go H$m$s Xya {MmZwgma aIm OmVm h &
A as shown. The electric potential at the point A is : {~X A na {dwV {d^d h :

kp kp
(A) exactly zero (B) (A) nyUV`m ey` (B)
r2 r2
-k p kp -k p kp
(C) (D) (C) (D)
r2 r r2 r

047. A conducting loop (as shown) has total resistance 047. {MmZwgma EH$ MmbH$ byn H$m Hw$b {VamoY R h & byn
R. A uniform magnetic field B = t is applied Ho$ Vb Ho$ b~dV EH$gmZ Mw~H$s` jo B = t H$mo
perpendicular to plane of the loop where is a Amamo{nV {H$`m OmVm h Ohm AMa h VWm t g` h&
constant and t is time. The induced current flowing
through loop is : byn go dm{hV o[aV Ymam hmoJr:

(b 2 + a 2 ) c (b 2 + a 2) ct (b 2 + a 2) c (b 2 + a 2) ct
(A) (B) (A) (B)
R R R R
(b 2 - a 2) c (b 2 - a 2) ct
2 2
(b - a ) c (b 2 - a 2) ct
(C) (D) (C) (D)
R R R R
048. A uniform disc of mass M and radius R is hinged at 048. `mZ M d {`m R H$s EH$gmZ MH$Vr BgHo$ Ho$ C na
its centre C. A force F is applied on the disc as shown. H$sb{H$V h & EH$ ~b F H$mo MH$Vr na {MmZwgma Amamo{nV
At this instant, angular acceleration of the disc is : {H$`m OmVm h & Bg g` MH$Vr H$m H$moUr` daU h:

F F F F
(A) (B) 3 (A) (B) 3
2MR MR 2MR MR
F 2 F F 2 F
(C) (D) (C) (D)
MR 3 MR MR 3 MR
049. The velocity of a particle is zero at time t=2 , then 049. g` t=2 na H$U H$m doJ ey` h Vmo
(A) acceleration must be zero at t=2 (A) t=2 na daU ey` hr hmoJm &
(B) displacement must be zero in the interval (B) t=0 go t=2 AVamb | {dWmnZ ey` hr hmoJm &
t=0 to t=2. (C) t=2 na daU ey` hmo gH$Vm h &
(C) acceleration may be zero at t=2
(D) velocity must be zero for t>2 (D) t>2 Ho$ {bE doJ ey` hr hmoJm &

050. A ball moving in xy plane, has velocity (4 it - 4tj ) m/s 050. EH$ J|X xy Vb | J{V H$aVr h d OrZ go Q>$a go
just before the collision with ground. Coefficient of R>rH$ nyd doJ (4 it - 4tj ) m/s h& Q>$a Ho$ {bE `mdWZ
1
restitution for collision is e = . What will be velocity JwUmH$ e = 12 h& OrZ go Q>$a Ho$ R>rH$ nmV J|X H$m
2
of the ball just after the collision with ground? doJ `m hmoJm ?

(A) (4 it + 4tj) m/s (B) (2 it + 2tj) m/s (A) (4 it + 4tj) m/s (B) (2 it + 2tj) m/s
(C) (4 it + 2tj) m/s (D) (2 it + 4tj) m/s (C) (4 it + 2tj) m/s (D) (2 it + 4tj) m/s

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CHEMISTRY / agmZem
051. The pair of metal carbonyl complexes that are 051. YmVw H$m~m}{Zb gHw$b `m{JH$ H$m H$mZgm `w gBboQmZ
isoelectronic is : h:
(A) [Co(CO)4] and Ni(CO)4 (A) [Co(CO)4] Ama Ni(CO)4
(B) Ni(CO)4 and V(CO)6 (B) Ni(CO)4 Ama V(CO)6
(C) [Cr(CO)6] and V(CO)6 (C) [Cr(CO)6] Ama V(CO)6
(D) [Fe(CO)4] and Cr(CO)6 (D) [Fe(CO)4] Ama Cr(CO)6

052. Which one of the following has (have) octahedral 052. {ZZ | go {H$gH$s /{H$ZH$s A>$bH$s` `m{{V h ?
geometry ?
(i) SbCl-6 (ii) SnCl62- (i) SbCl-6 (ii) SnCl62-
(iii) XeF6 (iv) IO65- (iii) XeF6 (iv) IO65-
(A) (i), (ii) & (iii) (B) (i), (ii) & (iv) (A) (i), (ii) & (iii) (B) (i), (ii) & (iv)
(C) (ii), (iii) & (iv) (D) All of these (C) (ii), (iii) & (iv) (D) o g^r
053. In terms of polar character which one of the 053. Ywdr` H${V Ho$ gX^ | {ZZ | H$mZgm H$ ghr h?
following orders is correct?
(A) NH3 < H2O < HF <H2S (A) NH3 < H2O < HF <H2S
(B) H2S < NH3 < H2O < HF (B) H2S < NH3 < H2O < HF
(C) H2O < NH3 < H2S < HF (C) H2O < NH3 < H2S < HF
(D) HF < H2O < NH3 <H2S (D) HF < H2O < NH3 <H2S

054. Among the following compounds of Boron, the 054. ~moamZ Ho$ {ZZ{bpIV `m{JH$m| | go H$mZ ~Ymo Ho$ gmW
species which also forms bond in addition to
bonds is:
gmW ~Y ^r ~ZmVm h :
(A) BF 4- (B) BH3 (A) BF 4- (B) BH3
(C) B2H6 (D) BF3 (C) B2H6 (D) BF3

055. Identify the Brnsted acid in the following equation: 055. {ZZ grH$aU | ~m|gQ>oS> Ab H$mo nhMmZ|:
PO34- + H 2 O (l) " HPO 24- (aq) + OH- (aq) PO34- + H 2 O (l) " HPO 24- (aq) + OH- (aq)
(A) OH- (B) PO3-
4 (A) OH- (B) PO3-
4
(C) HPO4 (D) H2O (C) HPO4 (D) H2O
056. The number of grams/weight of NH4Cl required to 056. Vmn 298K na 9.45 pH Ho$ ~$a {d{b`Z H$mo V`ma H$aZo Ho$
be added to 3 liters of 0.01M NH3 to prepare the {bE NH4Cl Ho$ {H$VZo Jm/^ma H$mo 3 brQ>a 0.01M NH3
buffer of pH=9.45 at temperature 298K
Ho$ {d{b`Z | {bm`m Om`oJm ?
(Kb for NH3 is 1.85105)
(`hm NH3 Ho$ {bE Kb =1.85105)
(A) 3.53 gm (B) 0.354 gm
(A) 3.53 gm (B) 0.354 gm
(C) 4.55 gm (D) 0.455gm
(C) 4.55 gm (D) 0.455gm
057. For the reaction 2HI (g) H 2 (g) + I 2 (g) the 057. A{^{H$`m 2HI (g) H 2 (g) + I 2 (g) H$s {d`moOZ
degree of dissociation () of HI(g) is related to H$s H$mo{Q> () gm`mdWm pWamH$ Kp | g~Y h :
equilibrium constant Kp by the expression:
1+ 2 Kp 1 + 2K p 1+ 2 Kp 1 + 2K p
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 2 2 2
2K p 2 Kp 2K p 2 Kp
(C) (D) (C) (D)
1 + 2K p 1 + 2 Kp 1 + 2K p 1 + 2 Kp

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058. A 6% solution of sucrose C22H22O11 is isotonic with 058. gwH$moO C22H22O11 H$m 6% {db`Z EH$ AkmV H$m~{ZH$
3% solution of an unknown organic substance. The nXmW Ho$ 3% {db`Z Ho$ gmW gnamgmar h& AkmV
molecular weight of unknown organic substance H$m~{ZH$ nXmW H$m AmU{dH$ ^ma hmoJm:
will be:
(A) 342 (B) 684 (A) 342 (B) 684
(C) 171 (D) 100 (C) 171 (D) 100

059. The enthalpy of the formation of CO2 and H2O are 059. CO2 Ama H2O Ho$ g^dZ H$s D$m H$m mZ H$e
395 kJ and 285 kJ respectively and the enthalpy -395 kJ Ama -285 kJ h Ama E{g{Q>H$ E{gS> Ho$ XhZ H$s
of combustion of acetic acid is 869 kJ. The enthalpy D$m 869 kJ h& E{g{Q>H$ E{gS> Ho$ g^dZ H$s D$m h:
of formation of acetic acid is:
(A) 235 kJ (B) 340 kJ
(A) 235 kJ (B) 340 kJ
(C) 420 kJ (D) 491 kJ
(C) 420 kJ (D) 491 kJ

060. Which of the following is a lyophobic colloid : 060. {ZZ | go H$mZgm EH$ d{damJr H$mobmBS> h :
(A) Gelatin (B) Sulphur (A) {OboQ>rZ (B) g$a
(C) Starch (D) Gum Arabica (C) Q>mM (D) J Aao{~H$

061. For car battery which one is correct statement ? 061. H$ma H$s ~Q>ar Ho$ {bE H$mZgm H$WZ g` h ?
(A) Cathode is Lead dioxide (PbO2) and anode is (A) H$WmoS> boS> S>mBAmgmBS> (PbO2) Ed EZmoS> boS>
Lead (Pb) (Pb) hmoVm h
(B) Cathode is Lead dioxide (PbO2) and anode is (B) H$WmoS> boS> S>mBAmgmBS> (PbO2) Ed EZmoS> H$mna
Copper (Cu) (Cu) hmoVm h
(C) Cathode is Copper (Cu) and anode is Lead (C) H$WmoS> H$mna (Cu) Ed EZmoS> boS> S>mBAmgmBS>
dioxide (PbO2) (PbO2) ) hmoVm h
(D) Cathode is Copper (Cu) and anode is Lead (Pb) (D) H$WmoS> H$mna (Cu) Ed EZmoS> boS> (Pb) hmoVm h

062. Considering entropy(s) as a thermodynamic 062. EQmonr H$mo D$mJ{VH$s mMb mZVo hE {H$gr dV
parameter, the criterion for the spontaneity of any d{VV H$ Ho$ {bE EQmonr n[adVZ hmoJm:
process the change in entropy is : (A) ( SV Sn[adoe ) > 0
(A) ( Ssystem Ssurrounding ) > 0 (B) Ho$db SV > 0
(B) Ssystem > 0 only
(C) Ho$db S n[adoe > 0
(C) S surrounding > 0 only
(D) ( Ssystem + Ssurrounding ) > 0 (D) (SV + Sn[adoe ) > 0

063. At low pressure and high temperature, the Vander 063. H$ Xm~ Ama C VmnmZ na, dmS>a dmb grH$aU H$m
Waals equation is finally reduced (simplified) to : A{V gabrH$V n[ad{VV $n hmoJm:
(A) PVm = RT (A) PVm = RT
a a
(B) c P + m (Vm - b) = RT (B) c P + m (Vm - b) = RT
V m2 V m2
(C) P(Vm b) = RT (C) P(Vm b) = RT
a a
(D) c P + m V = RT (D) c P + m V = RT
V m2 m V m2 m

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064. Which graph represents the zero order reaction 064. {ZZ | go H$mZgm Jm$ ey` H$mo{Q> A{^{H$`m
[A (g) " B (g)] [A (g) " B (g)] H$mo X{eV H$aVm h :

(A) (B) (A) (B)

(C) (D) (C) (D)

065. Which of the following compounds is insoluble 065. {ZZ | go H$mZgm `m{JH$ J gm H2SO4 | ^r A{dbo`
even in hot concentrated H2SO4? h ?
(A) Ethylene (B) Benzene (A) E{WbrZ (B) ~|OrZ
(C) Hexane (D) Aniline (C) hogoZ (D) E{ZbrZ
066. The half life of Th232 is 1.4 1010 years and that 066. Th232 H$s AY Am`w H$m mZ 1.4 1010 df h Ama
of its daughter element Ra238 is 7 years. What Bggo Cn nwr Vd Ra238 H$s AY Am`w 7 df h &
amount (most nearly) weight of Ra238 will be in Ra238 H$s {H$VZr (g~go grnV) mm Th232 H$s
equilibrium with 1gm of Th232 ? 1gm mm Ho$ gmW gm` | hmoJr ?
(A) 5 1010gm (B) 5.0 gm (A) 5 1010gm (B) 5.0 gm
(C) 1.95 109 gm (D) 2 1010 gm (C) 1.95 109 gm (D) 2 1010 gm

067. Which of the following electron has minimum energy? 067. {ZZ{bpIV | go H$mZgm BboQmZ `yZV D$Om aIVm h?
1 1
(A) n = 3, l=2, m = 2, s = + (A) n = 3, l=2, m = 2, s = +
2 2
1 1
(B) n = 4, l=0, m = 0, s = + (B) n = 4, l=0, m = 0, s = +
2 2
1 1
(C) n = 4, l= 1, m = +1, s = + (C) n = 4, l= 1, m = +1, s = +
2 2
1 1
(D) n = 5, l = 0, m = 0, s = + (D) n = 5, l = 0, m = 0, s = +
2 2
068. Total number of stereoisomers of the following 068. {ZZ `m{JH$m| Ho$ {{d gmd`dr`m| H$s g`m H$e h:
compounds are respectively :

(i) (ii)
(i) (ii)
(A) 4, 6 (B) 8, 0
(A) 4, 6 (B) 8, 0 (C) 6, 6 (D) 8, 8
(C) 6, 6 (D) 8, 8
069. Which of the following is a monomer of Dacron: 069. {ZZ | go H$mZgm So>H$moZ H$m EH$bH$ h ?
(A) CH 2 CH - CH CH 2 (A) CH 2 CH - CH CH 2
Cl Cl

(B) H 2 C C - CH CH 2 (B) H 2 C C - CH CH 2

(C) COOH COOH (C) COOH COOH


(D) HOH 2 C - CH 2 OH (D) HOH 2 C - CH 2 OH

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070. Which of the following is a meso compound ? 070. {ZZ | go H$mZgm {gmo `m{JH$ h ?
(A) trans1, 4dimethylcyclohexane (A) Qmg -1, 4- S>mBo{WbgmBbmohogoZ
(B) cis1, 3dimethylcyclohexane (B) {gg -1, 3- S>mBo{WbgmBbmohogoZ
(C) trans1, 3dimethylcyclohexane (C) Qmg -1, 3- S>mBo{WbgmBbmohogoZ
(D) cis1, 4dimethylcyclohexane (D) {gg -1, 4- S>mBo{WbgmBbmohogoZ
071. IUPAC name of the following is : 071. {ZZ H$m IUPAC Zm h :
CH3 CH 2 CH CHCH 2 CH3 CH3 CH 2 CH CHCH 2 CH3

CH3 CHO CH3 CHO
(A) 2,5 Butyl butenal (A) 2, 5 `w{Q>b `yQ>oZb
(B) 2,3 di ethyl butenal (B) 2, 3 S>mB E{Wb `yQ>oZb
(C) 2 ethyl3 methyl pentanal (C) 2 E{Wb, 3 o{Wb n|Q>oZb
(D) 8 methyl 2 ethyl pentanal (D) 8 o{Wb, 2 E{Wb n|Q>oZb
072. Which of the following is Reimer - Tieman reaction? 072. {ZZ | go H$mZgr ara Q>rmZ A{^{H$`m h ?
OH OH

(A) + CHCl3 + aq. NaOH (A) + CHCl3 + aq. NaOH

OH OH

(B) + CHCl3 + alcoh. NaOH (B) + CHCl3 + alcoh. NaOH

OCH3 OCH3
anhy. AlCl3 anhy. AlCl3
(C) + CH3 COCl (C) + CH3 COCl

OC2H5 OC2H5
(D) Conc.H2 SO4 (D) Conc.H2 SO4
Conc.HNO3 Conc.HNO3
073. The increasing order of the first ionization enthalpies 073. B, P, S Ama F Vdm| H$s W Am`ZZ EWopn`m| H$m
of the elements B, P, S and F is: ~T>Vm hAm H$ h :
(A) B < P < S < F (B) B < S < P < F (A) B < P < S < F (B) B < S < P < F
(C) F < S < P < B (D) P < S < B < F (C) F < S < P < B (D) P < S < B < F
074. Some pairs of ions are given below. In which pair, 074. ZrMo Hw$N> Am`Zm| Ho$ `w {XE JE h, BZo go {H$go W
first ion is more stable than second ion ? Am`Z Xgao Am`Z go A{YH$ Wm`r h?
5 5 5 5
p
(A) H3 C - CH - CH3 and - CH - OCH p
3 (A) H3 C - CH - CH3 VWm - CH - OCH 3
5 5
(B) H3 C - CH 2 - CH - CH3 and (B) H3 C - CH 2 - CH - CH3 VWm
5 5
H 2 C - CH 2 - CH - CH 2 H 2 C - CH 2 - CH - CH 2
5 5 5 5
CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2
(C) and (C) VWm

H3 C - CH - CH3 H3 C - N - CH3 H3 C - CH - CH3 H3 C - N - CH3


(D) and (D) VWm
H 2 C - C - CH3 H3 C - C - CH3 H 2 C - C - CH3 H3 C - C - CH3
5 5 5 5

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075. Which alkaline earth metal compound is volatile ? 075. {ZZ | go H$mZgm jmar` Xm YmVw `m{JH$ dmnerb h ?
(A) Be3N2 (B) Mg3N2 (A) Be3N2 (B) Mg3N2
(C) Ca3N2 (D) None of the options (C) Ca3N2 (D) BZo go H$moB {dH$n Zht

076. What is the name of the following reaction? 076. {ZZ A{^{H$`m H$m Zm `m h ?
NaOH NaOH
HCHO + HCHO CH3OH + HCOONa HCHO + HCHO CH3OH + HCOONa
T T
(A) HellVolhard reaction (A) hob dmohmS> A{^{H$`m
(B) Clemmensen reaction (B) bo|gZ A{^{H$`m
(C) Cannizzaro reaction (C) H$m{ZOamo A{^{H$`m
(D) None of the options (D) H$moB ^r {dH$n Zht

077. Inorganic graphite is: 077. AH$m~{ZH$ Jo$mBQ> h :


(A) B2N3H6 (B) B2H6 (A) B2N3H6 (B) B2H6
(C) BN (D) BF3 (C) BN (D) BF3

078. Rank the following in decreasing order of basic strength: 078. {ZZ H$s jmar` gm` H$m KQ>Vm hAm H$ h :
(i) CH3 - CH 2 - C / C- (i) CH3 - CH 2 - C / C-
(ii) CH3 - CH 2 - S- (ii) CH3 - CH 2 - S-
(iii) CH3 - CH 2 - CO-2 (iii) CH3 - CH 2 - CO-2
(iv) CH3 - CH 2 - O- (iv) CH3 - CH 2 - O-
(A) ii > i > iv > iii (B) iv > i > ii > iii (A) ii > i > iv > iii (B) iv > i > ii > iii
(C) i > iv > ii > iii (D) i > iv > iii > ii (C) i > iv > ii > iii (D) i > iv > iii > ii

079. Among the given compound choose the two that 079. {ZZ | go Xmo `m{JH$m| H$m M`Z H$a| Omo {H$ Am`ZZ Ho$ ~mX
yield same carbocation on ionization. gmZ H$m~ YZAm`Z ~Zm`|Jo-
Br Br Br
Br
Br Br

Br Br
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(A) (i),(iii) (B) (ii),(iv) (A) (i),(iii) (B) (ii),(iv)
(C) (i),(ii) (D) (ii),(iii) (C) (i),(ii) (D) (ii),(iii)

080. Increasing order of acidic strength of given 080. {ZZ `m{JH$m| H$s Abr` gm` H$m ~T>Vm hAm H$ h:
compounds is :
OH OH OH OH OH OH OH
OH

CN OCH3 Cl CN OCH3 Cl
(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
(A) iii < i < iv < ii (A) iii < i < iv < ii
(B) ii < i < iv < iii (B) ii < i < iv < iii
(C) i < iii < iv < ii (C) i < iii < iv < ii
(D) i < iii < ii < iv (D) i < iii < ii < iv

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081. Which of the following effects of NO2 group 081. ZrMo {XE JE AUw | {ZZ | go H$mZgm ^md
operates on NH2 group in this molecule ? NO2 gyh NH2 gyh na ^mdr hmoJm ?
NH2 NH2

Me Me Me Me
NO2 NO2
(A) Only I effect
(A) Ho$db I ^md
(B) Only +M effect
(B) Ho$db +M ^md
(C) Only M effect
(C) Ho$db M ^md
(D) Both I and M effect
(D) XmoZm| I Ama M ^md
082. Which of the following material is known as lunar 082. {ZZ | go H$mZgm nXmW byZa H$mpQ>H$ Ho$ Zm go OmZm
caustic ? OmVm h ?
(A) NaNO3 (B) AgCl (A) NaNO3 (B) AgCl
(C) AgNO3 (D) NaOH (C) AgNO3 (D) NaOH

083. Provide an acceptable name for the alkane shown 083. ZrMo Xr J`r EHo$Z H$m drH$m` Zm ~VmB`o:
below :
H CH 2 CH 2 CH (CH3) 2 H CH 2 CH 2 CH (CH3) 2

CH3 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 - C C - CH 2 CH 2 CH3 CH3 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 - C C - CH 2 CH 2 CH3



CH 2 CH3 H CH 2 CH3 H
(A) 6ethyl2methyl5propyldecane (A) 6E{Wb2o{Wb5mo{nbSo>Ho$Z
(B) 5ethyl6methyl2propyldecane (B) 5E{Wb6o{Wb2mo{nbSo>Ho$Z
(C) 2ethyl6methyl2propyldecane (C) 2E{Wb6o{Wb2mo{nbSo>Ho$Z
(D) 2ethyl6methyl5propyldecane (D) 2E{Wb6o{Wb5mo{nbSo>Ho$Z

HO - HO -
oZmoO HO HO
- -
084. D Mannose D glucose (A) 084. D D byH$moO (A)
Product (A) of above reaction is:
Cnamo$ A{^{H$`m H$m CnmX (A) h:
(A) Dglucose (B) Dfructose
(A) D byH$moO (B) D $Q>moO
(C) DTalose (D) DIdose
(C) D Q>obmoO (D) D Am`moS>moO

085. What is the product in the following reaction ? 085. {ZZ A{^{H$`m H$m CnmX hmoJm ?
OH OH
(NH4) 2 Cr2 O7 (NH4)2 Cr2 O7
H2SO4 H2SO4
(A) Benzoic Acid (A) ~oOmoBH$Ab
(B) Benzoquionone (B) ~oOmo{$Zm|Z
(C) Cyclohexane-1-one (C) gm`bmohogoZ-1-AmoZ
(D) Benzoic sulphate (D) ~oOmoBH$ go$Q>

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086. How many bonds are there in : 086. {XE JE AUw | Hw$b {H$VZo ~Y h ?

(A) 14, 8p (B) 18, 8p (A) 14, 8p (B) 18, 8p


(C) 19, 4p (D) 14, 2p (C) 19, 4p (D) 14, 2p

087. Which of the following molecules is optically 087. {ZZ | go H$mZgo AUw H$m{eH$ g{H$` h ?
active ?

(A) (i) and (ii) (B) (i) and (iii) (A) (i) Ama (ii) (B) (i) Ama (iii)
(C) (ii) and (iii) (D) (i), (ii) and (iii) (C) (ii) Ama (iii) (D) (i), (ii) Ama (iii)

088. Which of the following statement is correct ? 088. {ZZ | go H$mZgm H$WZ g` h ?
(A) BCl3 and AlCl3 are both Lewis acids and BCl3 (A) BCl3 Ama A lCl3 XmoZm| bwBg Ab h Ed BCl3,
is stronger than AlCl3 AlCl3 go e{$embr h
(B) BCl3 and AlCl3 are both Lewis acids and (B) BCl3 Ama AlCl3 XmoZm| bwBg Ab h Ed AlCl3,
AlCl3 is stronger than BCl3 BCl3 go e{$embr h
(C) BCl3 and AlCl3 are both equally strong Lewis (C) BCl3 Ama AlCl3 XmoZm| gmZ e{$embr bwBg
acid Ab h
(D) Both BCl3 and AlCl3 are not Lewis acids (D) BCl3 Ama A lCl3 XmoZm| hr bwBg Ab Zht h

089. Consider the following compounds. 089. ZrMo {XE JE `m{JH$m| | go {H$Z `m{JH$m| H$mo m H$aZo Ho$ {bE
$sS>b H$mQ> E{g{bH$aU H$m Cn`moJ {H$`m Om gH$Vm h:


(I) (II) (I) (II)


(III) (IV)
(III) (IV)
FriedelCrafts acylation can be used to obtain:
(A) I, III, IV
(A) I, III, IV
(B) II, III, IV
(B) II, III, IV
(C) I, II, IV
(C) I, II, IV
(D) I, II, III
(D) I, II, III

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090. Provide the systematic name of the compound 090. ZrMo X{eV `m{JH$ H$m `dpWV Zm Xr{O`o:
shown:

(A) 4 butyl 1 ethyl 2 methylcycloheptane (A) 4-`w{Q>b - 1- E{Wb - 2 - o{WbgmBbmohoQ>oZ


(B) 4 butyl 2 ethyl 1 methylcycloheptane (B) 4- `w{Q>b -2- E{Wb -1- o{WbgmBbmohoQ>oZ
(C) 1 butyl 4 ethyl 3 methylcycloheptane (C) 1- `w{Q>b -4-E{Wb - 3 -o{WbgmBbmohoQ>oZ
(D) 2 butyl 4 ethyl 1 methylcycloheptane (D) 2- `w{Q>b -4-E{Wb -1-o{WbgmBbmohoQ>oZ

091. Give the IUPAC name for the following structure: 091. {ZZ gaMZm H$m IUPAC Zm Xr{O`o::

(A) 3 chloro 2 methylcyclohexanol (A) 3 -bmoamo - 2 - o{WbgmBbmohogmZmob


(B) 2 methyl 5 chlorocyclohexanol (B) 2 - o{Wb - 5 - bmoamogmBbmohogmZmob
(C) 1 chloro 4 methylcyclohexanol (C) 1 - bmoamo - 4 - o{WbgmBbmohogmZmob
(D) 5 chloro 2 methylcyclohexanol (D) 5 - bmoamo - 2 - o{WbgmBbmohogmZmob

092. In aldol addition reaction product is always: 092. ES>mob `moJmH$ A{^{H$`m | CnmX hoem hmoJm :
(A) b hydroxyaldehyde (A) b hmBSmogrES>rhmBS>
(B) b hydroxyketone (B) b hmBSmogrH$sQ>moZ
(C) a, b unsaturated aldehyde (C) a, b AgV ES>rhmBS>
(D) a, b AgV H$sQ>moZ
(D) a, b unsaturated ketone

093. Which one of the following compounds will have 093. {ZZ | go H$mZgo `m{JH$ Ho$ {bE {XYwd AmKyU H$m mZ
the highest dipole moment ? A{YH$V hmoJm ?
(A) (A)

(B) (B)

(C) (C)

(D) (D)

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094. The number of moles of Grignard reagent consumed 094. ZrMo {XE JE `m{JH$ | {V mob Cn^moJ hmoZo dmbo {JmS>
per mole of the compound : A{^H$H$ Ho$ {H$VZo mob hm|Jo :

(A) 4 (B) 2 (A) 4 (B) 2


(C) 3 (D) 1 (C) 3 (D) 1

095. The paramagnetic species is : 095. {ZZ | go AZwMwH$s` h :


(A) KO2 (B) SiO2 (A) KO2 (B) SiO2
(C) TiO2 (D) BaO2 (C) TiO2 (D) BaO2
096. Which one of the following has the highest 096. {ZZ | go {H$gH$s Zm{^H$ Zo{hVm A{YH$V h?
Nucleophilicity ?
(A) F (B) OH (A) F (B) OH
(C) CH3 (D) NH2
- -
(C) CH3
-
(D) NH2
-

097. In view of rG0 for the following reactions : 097. {ZZ A{^{H$`mAm| Ho$ {bE rG0 H$mo `mZ | aIVo
PbO 2 + Pb " 2PbO, Dr G0 < 0 hE bS> (grgo) Ama {Q>Z Ho$ {bE H$mZgr AmgrH$aU
SnO 2 + Sn " 2SnO, Dr G0 > 0 AdWmE A{YH$ A{^bmj{UH$ h?
Which oxidation state is more characteristic for PbO 2 + Pb " 2PbO, Dr G0 < 0
lead and tin ? SnO 2 + Sn " 2SnO, Dr G0 > 0
(A) For lead +4, for tin +2 (A) bS> Ho$ {bE +4, {Q>Z Ho$ {bE +2
(B) For lead +2, for tin +2 (B) bS> Ho$ {bE +2, {Q>Z Ho$ {bE +2
(C) For lead +4, for tin +4 (C) bS> Ho$ {bE +4, {Q>Z Ho$ {bE +4
(D) For lead +2, for tin +4 (D) bS> Ho$ {bE +2, {Q>Z Ho$ {bE +4

098. Which of the following compounds will exhibit 098. {ZZ | go H$mZgm `m{JH$ `m{Vr` gd`mdVm X{eV
geometrical isomerism? H$aoJm?
(A) 1Phenyl2butane (A) 1-{$ZmBb-2-`yQ>oZ
(B) 3Phenyl1butene (B) 3 -{$ZmBb-1-`yQ>rZ
(C) 2Phenyl1butene (C) 2-{$ZmBb-1-`yQ>rZ
(D) 1,1Diphenyl1propene (D) 1,1-S>mB {$ZmBb-1-monrZ

099. At Critical Micell Concentration (CMC), the 099. H$m{VH$ {gob gmVm na g$}Q>oQ> AUw :
surfactant molecules: (A) AnK{Q>V hmoVo h
(A) decompose (B) {d`mo{OV hmoVo h
(B) dissociate
(C) g`mo{OV hmoVo h
(C) associate
(D) nyUV`m KwbZerb hmoVo h
(D) become completely soluble

100. Which one of the following will be reactive for 100. n{H$Z gKZZ A{^{H$`m Ho$ {bE {ZZ | go H$mZ {H$`merb
Perkin condensation ? hmoJm?
(A) C6H5 CHO (B) CH3 O CHO (A) C6H5 CHO (B) CH3 O CHO

(C) CH3 CHO (D) O2N CHO (C) CH3 CHO (D) O2N CHO

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MATHEMATICS / J{UV

2x 2x
101. The inverse of the function y = is: 101. $bZ y= H$m `wH$ h :
1+ 2x 1+ 2x
y y
(A) x = log 2 (A) x = log 2
1- y 1- y
1 1
(B) x = log 2 (B) x = log 2
1- 2 y 1- 2 y
1 1
(C) x = log 2 c1 - m (C) x = log 2 c1 - m
y y
1 1
(D) x = log 2 c m (D) x = log 2 c m
1- y 1- y

102. The domain of the definition of the function 102. {ZZ {XE JE $bZ H$s n[a^mfm H$m mV h :
1 1
y= + (x + 2) is : y= + (x + 2)
log10 (1 - x) log10 (1 - x)

(A) - 2 # x <1 (B) x $ - 2 (A) - 2 # x <1 (B) x $ - 2

(C) - 3 < x # - 2 (D) - 2 # x <0 (C) - 3 < x # - 2 (D) - 2 # x <0

Z Z
r ]- 2 sin x r
]- 2 sin x if x # - if x # -
]] 2 ]] 2
r r r r
103. Let f (x) = [ A sin x + B if - <x < ; 103. mZm f (x) = [ A sin x + B if - <x < ;
2 2 2 2
] ] r
r ] cos x if x $
] cos x if x $ 2
2 \
\
For what values of A and B, the function f(x) is $bZ f(x) Ho$ nyar dmV{dH$ aoIm na gVV hmoZo Ho$ {bE
continuous throughout the real line ? A VWm B Ho$ `m mZ hmoZo Mm{hE ?
(A) A = 1, B = 1 (B) A = 1, B = 1 (A) A = 1 , B = 1 (B) A = 1 , B = 1
(C) A = 1, B = 1 (D) A = 1, B = 1 (C) A = 1 , B = 1 (D) A = 1 , B = 1

rx
f (x) = *
rx a (x) sin for x ! 0;
104. Let f (x) = *a (x) sin 2
for x ! 0; 104. mZm 2
1 for x = 0 1 for x = 0

Ohm a (x) Bg Vah h {H$ lim a (x) = 3
where a (x) is such that lim a (x) = 3 x"0
x"0
Then the function f(x) is continuous at x = 0 if
V~ x = 0 na $bZ f(x) gVV hmoJm `{X a (x) {ZZ Vah
a (x) is chosen as : go {b`m OmE :
1 1
(A) (A)
x x
2 2
(B) (B)
rx rx
1 1
(C) (C)
x2 x2
2 2
(D) (D)
rx 2 rx 2

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lim y- a ry is : 105. lim $`sin y - a j $ ` tan ry j. H$m
105. The $` j $ ` tan j. mZ h :
y " a sin 2 2a y"a 2 2a
a 2a a 2a
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2r r 2r r

a a a a
(C) (D) - (C) (D) -
r r r r

2 n + (- 2) n 2 n + (- 2) n 2 n + (- 2) n 2 n + (- 2) n
106. Let , n = and Ln = then 106. mZm ,n = VWm Ln = V~
2n 3n 2n 3n
as n " 3 n"3 OmZo na:
(A) Both the sequences have limits (A) XmoZm|
AZwH$mo H$s grmE hmoJr
(B) lim , n exists but  lim Ln does not exist (B) lim , n {dmZ h naVw lim Ln {dmZ Zht h
n"3 n"3 n"3 n"3
(C)  lim , n does not exist but lim Ln exists (C) lim , {dmZ Zht h naVw lim L {dmZ h
n n
n"3 n"3 n"3 n"3
(D) Both the sequences do not have limits. (D) XmoZm| AZwH$mo H$s grmE Zht h.

107. For what interval of variation of x, the identity 107. Ma x Ho$ n[adVZ Ho$ {H$VZo AVamb Ho$ {bE {ZZ gdg{H$m
1 - x2 = - 1 - x2 = -
arc cos 2arc tan x is true? g` h ? arc cos 2arc tan x
1 + x2 1 + x2
(A) 0 # x <3 (B) - 3 < x # 0 (A) 0 # x <3 (B) - 3 < x # 0
(C) 1 < x <3 (D) 0 # x # 1 (C) 1 < x <3 (D) 0 # x # 1

108. The points of the curve y = x3 + x - 2 at which its 108. dH$ y = x3 + x - 2 Ho$ do {~X `m h {Og na IrMt
tangents are parallel to the straight line y = 4x 1 JB ne aoImE Xr JB gab aoIm y = 4x 1 Ho$ gmVa
are : h :
(A) ( 1, 0 ), ( 1, 4 ) (A) ( 1 , 0 ) , ( 1 , 4 )
(B) ( 2 , 7 ) , ( 2 , 11 ) (B) ( 2 , 7 ) , ( 2 , 11 )
(C) ( 0 , 2 ) , `2 3 , 2 3 j
1 1

(C) ( 0 , 2 ) , `2 3 , 2 3 j
1 1

(D) `- 2 3 , - 2 3 j, (0, - 4)
1 1
(D) `- 2 3 , - 2 3 j, (0, - 4)
1 1

109. If a , b , c are three vectors such that 6 a b c @ = 5 109. `{X a, b, c VrZ g{Xe Bg H$ma h {H$ 6 a b c @= 5

then the value of 6 a # b , b # c , c # a @ is : V~ 6 a # b , b # c , c # a @ H$m mZ h :


(A) 10 (B) 15 (A) 10 (B) 15

(C) 25 (D) 20 (C) 25 (D) 20

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110. A chord of the parabola y = x 2 - 2x + 5 joins the 110. nadb` y = x 2 - 2x + 5 H$s Ordm nadb` Ho$ {~XAm|
point with the abscissas x1 = 1, x2 = 3 Then the x1 = 1, x2 = 3 H$mo OmoS>Vr h Vmo Bg Ordm Ho$ gmVa
equation of the tangent to the parabola parallel to
nadb` H$s ne aoIm H$m grH$aU hmoJm :
the chord is :
5= 5
(A) 2x - y + 0 (A) 2x - y + = 0
4 4
(B) 2x y + 2 = 0 (B) 2x y + 2 = 0

(C) 2x y + 1 = 0 (C) 2x y + 1 = 0

(D) 2x + y + 1 = 0 (D) 2x + y + 1 = 0

111. The point of inflection of the function 111. $bZ w


y = ^t 2 - 3t + 2h dt H$m Z{V n[adVZ
x 0

w
y = ^t 2 - 3t + 2h dt is : {~X hmoJm :
0

1 3
(A) ` , j
1 3
(A) ` , j
2 2 2 2
3 3
(B) ` , j
3 3
(B) ` , j
2 4 2 4
3 3
(C) `- , - j
3 3
(C) `- , - j
2 4 2 4
1 3
(D) `- , - j
1 3
(D) `- , - j
2 2 2 2

112. The lim $2x tan x - r . is : 112. lim $2x tan x - r . H$m mZ h :
r cos x x"
r cos x
x" 2
2
(A) 1 (B) 3 (A) 1 (B) 3
(C) 2 (D) 0 (C) 2 (D) 0

113. The equation of the normal to the curve 113. W MVwWme Ho$ AY^mOH$ Ho$ gmW dH$ y = - x + 2
y = - x + 2 at the point of its intersection with Ho$ H$Q>mZ {~X na dH$ Ho$ A{^b~ H$m grH$aU `m
the bisector of the first quadrant is : hmoJm ?
(A) 2x y + 1 = 0 (A) 2x y + 1 = 0
(B) 4x y + 16 = 0 (B) 4x y + 16 = 0
(C) 4x y = 16 (C) 4x y = 16
(D) 2x y 1 = 0 (D) 2x y 1 = 0

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114. Let the equation of a curve is given in implicit form 114. mZm dH$ H$m grH$aU H$m m$n y = tan(x + y) h V~
d2 y d2 y
as y = tan(x + y). Then in terms of y is : y Ho$ nXm| | hmoJm :
dx 2 dx 2
2 (1 + y 2) 2 2 (1 + y 2) 2
(A) (A)
y5 y5
2 (1 + y 2) 2 (1 + y 2)
(B) (B)
y6 y6
- 2 (1 + y 2) - 2 (1 + y 2)
(C) (C)
y6 y6
- 2 (1 + y 2) - 2 (1 + y 2)
(D) (D)
y5 y5

115. Suppose the area of the ABC is 10 3 . Length of 115. mZm {H$ {^wO ABC H$m jo$b 10 3 h IS> A C
segments AC and AB be 5 and 8 respectively. Then
VWm AB H$s b~mB`m H$e 5 VWm 8 h Vmo H$moU A h:
the angle A is (are) :
(A) 45 or 135 (B) 30 or 150 (A) 45 m 135 (B) 30 m 150
(C) 90 (D) 60 or 120 (C) 90 (D) 60 m 120

116. The angle at which the curve y = x 2 and the curve 116. dh H$moU {Og na dH$ y = x2 VWm dH$
5 5 5 5
x = cos t, y = sin t intersect is : x= cos t, y = sin t H$mQ>Vo h :
3 4 3 4
41 2 41 2
(A) 2 tan- 1 (B) tan- 1 (A) 2 tan- 1 (B) tan- 1
2 41 2 41
41 2 41 2
(C) tan- 1 (D) - tan- 1 (C) tan- 1 (D) - tan- 1
2 41 2 41

117. The maximum value of the function 117. $bZ y = 2 tan x - tan 2 x H$m AVamb 80, r2 B na
y = 2 tan x - tan 2 x over 80, B is :
r
2
A{YH$V mZ hmoJm :
(A) 2 (B) (A) 2 (B)
(C) 1 (D) 3 (C) 1 (D) 3

118. Let O=(0, 0), A=(a, 11) and B = (b , 37) are the 118. EH$ g~mh {^wO OAB Ho$ O = ( 0 , 0 ) ,
vertices of an equilateral triangle OAB, then a and b A = ( a , 11 ) VWm B = (b , 37) erf h Vmo a VWm b {ZZ
satisfy the relation : g~Y gVw> H$a|Jo :
(A) (a 2 + b 2) - 3ab = 138 (A) (a 2 + b 2) - 3ab = 138

(B) (a 2 + b 2) - 4ab = 138 (B) (a 2 + b 2) - 4ab = 138

(C) (a 2 + b 2) - ab = 124 (C) (a 2 + b 2) - ab = 124

(D) (a 2 + b 2) + 3ab = 130 (D) (a 2 + b 2) + 3ab = 130

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119. Let f be an odd function defined on the real 119. mZm {H$ f EH$ {df $bZ dmV{dH$ g`mAmo na Bg H$ma
numbers such that f (x) = 3 sin x + 4 cos x, for n[a^m{fV h {H$ x $ 0, Ho$ {bE f (x) = 3 sin x + 4 cos x,
x $ 0, then f (x) for x < 0 is : V~ x < 0 Ho$ {bE f (x) hmoJm:
(A) 3 sin x 4 cos x (B) 3 sin x +4 cos x (A) 3 sin x 4 cos x (B) 3 sin x +4 cos x
(C) 3 sin x 4 cos x (D) 3 sin x + 4 cos x (C) 3 sin x 4 cos x (D) 3 sin x + 4 cos x

120. The function f (x) = x tan- 1


1
x
for x ! 0, 120. $bZ f (x) = x tan- 1 1x for x ! 0, f(0)= 0 h `h $bZ
f(0)= 0 is: hmoJm :
(A) continuous at x = 0 but not differentiable at (A) x = 0 na gVV h naVw x = 0 na AdH$bZr` Zht hmoJm
x=0
(B) x = 0 na AdH$bZr` hmoJm
(B) Differentiable at x = 0
(C) Neither continuous at x = 0 nor differentiable (C) Z Vmo x = 0 na gVV h Z hr x = 0 na AdH$bZr`
at x = 0 h
(D) Not continuous at x = 0 (D) x = 0 na gVV Zht h

121. Leta andb be two numbers where a<b The 121. mZm a VWm b Xmo g`mE h Ohm a<b h & BZ Xmo
geometric mean of these numbers exceeds the g`mAmo H$m JwUmoma m` N>moQ>r g`m a go 12 A{YH$
smaller number a by 12 and the arithmetic mean
of the same number is smaller by 24 than the larger h VWm Bht Xmo g`mAmo H$m gmVa m` ~S>r g`m b
number b , then the value of b - a is : go 24 N>moQ>m h Vmo b - a H$m mZ hmoJm :
(A) 27 (B) 48 (A) 27 (B) 48
(C) 45 (D) 44 (C) 45 (D) 44
122. The values of a and b for which the function 122. a VWm b Ho$ `m mZ hm|Jo {OgHo$ {bE $bZ
y = a log e x + bx 2 + x, has extremum at the points y = a log e x + bx 2 + x, {~XAmo x1 = 1 VWm x2 = 2
x1 = 1 and x2 = 2 are :
na Ma mZ aIVm h :
1 =- 1 2 1 1 =- 1 2 1
(A) a = - ,b (B) a = , b = - (A) a = - ,b (B) a = , b = -
3 6 3 6 3 6 3 6
2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1
(C) a = - , b = - (D) a = - , b = (C) a = - , b = - (D) a = - , b =
3 6 3 6 3 6 3 6

123. A point p is selected randomly from the interior 123. EH$ {~X p H$mo EH$ dm Ho$ ^rVar ^mJ go `mpN>H$ $n
of the circle, then the probability that it is closer go M`Z {H$`m OmVm h Vmo dh m{`H$Vm `m hmoJr {Ogo
to the center of the circle rather than its boundary `h dVwV dm H$s n[agrm Ho$ ZOXrH$ hmoZo H$s ~OmE
is : dm Ho$ Ho$ Ho$ A{YH$ ZOXrH$ hmoJm:
1 2 1 2
(A) (B) (A) (B)
3 3 3 3
1 3 1 3
(C) (D) (C) (D)
4 4 4 4

124. If the letters of the word ASHOKA are written 124. `{X eX A SHOKA Ho$ Ajam| H$mo `mpN>H$ $n go
down at randomly, then the chance that all As are {bIm OmE Vmo g^r A Ho$ H$mJV (H$ go bJmVma) hmoZo
consecutive is : H$s m{`H$Vm `m hmoJr?
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 3 2 3
1 2 1 2
(C) (D) (C) (D)
4 3 4 3

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125. In a triangle ABC 125. {X {^wO ABC |
3 sin A + 4 cos B = 6 and 3 sin A + 4 cos B = 6 VWm
4 sin B + 3cos A = 1, then the angle C is : 4 sin B + 3cos A = 1, Vmo H$moU C hmoJm:
(A) 30 (B) 150 (A) 30 (B) 150
(C) 45 (D) 60 (C) 45 (D) 60

dx dx
126. The value of the integral w is equal to: 126. gmH$b w x x2 - a2
H$m mZ h :
x x2 - a2

1 a 1 a
(A) c + sin- 1 (A) c + sin- 1
a |x | a |x |

1 a 1 a
(B) c - sin- 1 (B) c - sin- 1
a |x | a |x |

1 a 1 a
(C) c - cos- 1 (C) c - cos- 1
a |x | a |x |

a + a +
(D) sin- 1 c (D) sin- 1 c
|x | |x |

127. The function y specified implicitly by the relation 127. EH$ $bZ y, g~Y
y x y x

we t
dt + w cos t dt = 0 satisfies the differential w et dt + w cos t dt = 0 mam {Z{X> {H$`m J`m h `h
0 0 0 0

equation : $bZ {ZZ AdH$b grH$aU H$mo gVw> H$aoJm :

d2 y dy 2 d2 y dy 2
(A) e y c + c m m = sin x (A) e y c c m m = sin x
2 + dx
dx 2 dx dx

2y c d y 2
dy 2 d2 y dy 2
(B) e + c m m = sin x (B) e 2y c c m m = sin x
2 + dx
dx 2 dx dx

ycd y 2
dy 2 d2 y dy 2
(C) e + c m m = sin 2x (C) e y c + c m m = sin 2x
dx 2 dx dx 2 dx

d2 y dy 2 d2 y dy 2
(D) e 2 2 + c m m = sin x
yc (D) e y c 2 + c m m = sin x
dx dx dx 2 dx

128. Let a and b be real numbers such that 128. mZm a VWm b dmV{dH$ g`mE Bg Vah h {H$
sin a + sin b =
1
and cos a + cos b =
6
then sin a + sin b =
1
VWm cos a + cos b = 26 Vmo
2 2 2
the value of sin (a + b) is : sin (a + b) H$m mZ `m hmoJm :
1 1 1 1
(A) (B) (A) (B)
2 2 3 2 2 3
3 2 3
(C) (D) 2
2 3 (C) (D)
2 3

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129. The tangent to the graph of a continuous function 129. EH$ gVV $bZ y = f (x) Ho$ Jm$ na EH$ {~X ({OgH$m x
y = f (x) at the point with abscissa x = a forms {ZX}emH$ x = a h ) na ne aoIm x Aj Ho$ gmW r3 H$moU
r
with the x axis an angle of and at the point with ~ZmVr h VWm Xygao {~X ({OgH$m x {ZX}emH$ x = b h )
3
r
abscissa x = b an angle of , then what is the value
4
na ItMr JB ne aoIm x Aj Ho$ gmW r4 H$moU ~ZmVr h
b b

of the integral w e {f l (x) + f m (x)} dx ?


x Vmo gmH$b w e {f l (x) + f m (x)} dx H$m mZ `m hmoJm?
x

a a

(where f l (x) the derivative of f w.r.to x which is (`hm f l (x) $bZ f H$m x Ho$ gmW W AdH$b h Omo
assumed to be continuous and similarly f m (x) the {H$ gVV h d Cgr H$ma f m (x) $bZ f H$m x Ho$ gmW
double derivative of f w.r.to x) {Vr` AdH$b h )
(A) - eb + 3e a (B) eb + 3 e a (A) - eb + 3e a (B) eb + 3 e a
(C) eb - 3 e a (D) eb + 3e a (C) eb - 3 e a (D) eb + 3e a

1 -1 2 x 3 1 -1 2 x 3
130. The system f3 5 3 p f y p fb p has no
- = 130. {ZH$m` f3 5 - 3 p f y p = fb p H$m hb Zht
2 6 a z 2 2 6 a z 2
solution if hmoJm `{X
(A) a ! - 5, b ! 5 (B) a = - 5, b ! 5 (A) a ! - 5, b ! 5 (B) a = - 5, b ! 5
(C) a = - 5, b = 5 (D) a ! - 5, b = 5 (C) a = - 5, b = 5 (D) a ! - 5, b = 5

131. Let a , b be the roots of x 2 + 3x + 5 = 0 then the 131. mZm grH$aU x 2 + 3x + 5 = 0 Ho$ yb a,b h Vmo dh
1 1 -1 -1
equation whose roots are - and - is : grH$aU `m hmoJm {OgHo$ yb VWm h :
a b a b

(A) 5x 2 - 3x + 1 = 0 (B) 5x 2 + 3x - 4 = 0 (A) 5x 2 - 3x + 1 = 0 (B) 5x 2 + 3x - 4 = 0

(C) 5x 2 - 3x + 4 = 0 (D) 5x 2 + 3x - 1 = 0 (C) 5x 2 - 3x + 4 = 0 (D) 5x 2 + 3x - 1 = 0

132. A closed figure S is bounded by the 132. EH$ ~X AmH${V S, A{Vnadb` x 2 - y 2 = a 2 VWm
hyperbola x - y 2 = a 2 and the straight line
2
gab aoIm x = a + h; (h > 0, a > 0) mam n[a~ h &
x = a + h; (h > 0, a > 0) . This closed figure is Bg ~X AmH${V S H$mo x-Aj Ho$ n[aVKy{UV {H$`m OmVm
rotated about the x-axis. Then the volume of the h Vmo Bg ~X AmH${V Ho$ n[a^U Ho$ R>mog H$m Am`VZ
solid of revolution is : hmoJm:
rh 2 rh 2
(A) (3a + h) (A) (3a + h)
2 2
(B) rh 2 (3a + h) (B) rh 2 (3a + h)
rh 2 rh 2
(C) (3a + h) (C) (3a + h)
6 6
rh 2 rh 2
(D) (3a + h) (D) (3a + h)
3 3

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133. The general solution of the equation 133. {ZZ grH$aU H$m `mnH$ hb hmoJm :
dy y -x 2
dy y2 - x
= is : =
dx 2y (x + 1) dx 2y (x + 1)
c - c -
(A) y 2 = (1 + x) log 1 (A) y 2 = (1 + x) log 1
1+ x 1+ x
(B) y 2 = (1 + x) log (1 + x) - c (B) y 2 = (1 + x) log (1 + x) - c
c c
(C) y 2 = (1 + x) log - 1 (C) y 2 = (1 + x) log - 1
^1 - xh ^1 - xh
c c
(D) y 2 = (1 - x) log -1 (D) y 2 = (1 - x) log -1
(1 + x) (1 + x)

134. The equation of displacement of a particle is 134. EH$ H$U H$m {dWmnZ x (t) = 5t 2 - 7t + 3 h& O~
x (t) = 5t 2 - 7t + 3 . The acceleration at the moment BgH$m doJ 5m / sec hmo OmVm h Cg jU daU {H$VZm
when its velocity becomes 5m / sec is : hmoJm ?:
(A) 8m / sec2 (B) 3m / sec2 (A) 8m / sec2 (B) 3m / sec2
(C) 7m / sec2 (D) 10m / sec2 (C) 7m / sec2 (D) 10m / sec2

135. If 5p 2 - 7p - 3 = 0 and 5q 2 - 7q - 3 = 0, 135. `{X 5p 2 - 7p - 3 = 0 VWm


2
p ! q , then the equation whose roots are 5p4q and 5q - 7q - 3 = 0, p ! q , h Vmo dh grH$aU `m
5q 4p is : hmoJm {OgHo$ yb 5p 4q VWm 5q 4p h :
(A) 5x 2 + x - 439 = 0 (A) 5x 2 + x - 439 = 0
(B) 5x 2 + 7x - 439 = 0 (B) 5x 2 + 7x - 439 = 0
(C) 5x 2 - 7x - 439 = 0 (C) 5x 2 - 7x - 439 = 0
(D) 5x 2 + 7x + 439 = 0 (D) 5x 2 + 7x + 439 = 0

136. The range of x for which the formula 136. dh x H$s namg `m hmoJr {OgHo$ {bE gy
3 sin x = sin- 1 6 x^3 - 4x 2h@ hold is :
-1
3 sin -1
x = sin- 1 6 x^3 - 4x 2h@ m` ahVm h:

2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1
(A) - # x # (B) - # x # (A) - # x # (B) - # x #
3 3 2 2 3 3 2 2
1 2 1 1 2 1
(C) - #x# (D) - # x # 1 (C) - #x# (D) - # x # 1
4 3 3 4 3 3

137. The equation of the ellipse, whose focus is the 137. Cg XrKdm H$m grH$aU `m hmoJm {OgH$s Zm{^ {~X
point ( 1 , 1 ), whose directrix is the straight line (1, 1 ), h VWm {OgH$s {Z`Vm gab aoIm x y + 3 = 0
x y + 3 = 0 and whose eccentricity is 1/2 is :
h VWm {OgH$s CHo$Vm 1/2 h :
1 - + 2 1 - + 2
(A) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 3) (A) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 3)
2 2
1 - + 2 1 - + 2
(B) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 3) (B) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 3)
8 8
1 - + 2 1 - + 2
(C) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 1) (C) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 1)
8 8
1 - + 2 1 - + 2
(D) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 3) (D) (x + 1) 2 + (y - 1) 2 = (x y 3)
6 6

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2 2
138. The mean value of the function f (x) = on 138. $bZ f (x) = H$m m` mZ AVamb
ex + 1 ex + 1
the interval [ 0 , 2 ] is : [0,2] na hmoJm :
2 2 2 2
(A) - 2 + log e c m (B) 2 - log e c 2 m (A) - 2 + log e c m (B) 2 - log e c 2 m
2
e -1 e +1 e2 - 1 e +1
2 2 2 2
(C) 2 + log e c m (D) 2 + log e c 2 m (C) 2 + log e c m (D) 2 + log e c 2 m
e2 + 1 e -1 e2 + 1 e -1

139. The general solution of the differential equation 139. AdH$b grH$aU
dy x+ y x- y dy x+ y x- y H$m `mnH$ hb hmoJm :
+ sin = sin is : + sin = sin
dx 2 2 dx 2 2
y y
(A) log e tan = - 2 sin x + c (A) log e tan = - 2 sin x + c
4 2 4 2
y
(B) log e tan
y
= - 2 sin x + c (B) log e tan = - 2 sin x + c
2 2 2 2
y
y (C) log e tan = 2 sin x + c
(C) log e tan = 2 sin x + c 4 2
4 2
y
y (D) log e tan = - sin x + c
(D) log e tan = - sin x + c 2 2
2 2

7 2x 3 7
140. If and 1 are the roots of the equation 7
2 140. `{X grH$aU 2 2x 2 = 0 Ho$ yb VWm 1
2
7 6 2x
2x 3 7
2 2x 2 = 0 then the third root is : h Vmo Vrgam yb hmoJm :
7 6 2x
(A) 5/2 (B) 7/2 (A) 5/2 (B) 7/2
(C) 9/2 (D) 3/2 (C) 9/2 (D) 3/2

141. If cos (log i 4i) = a + i b , then 141. {X cos (log i 4i) = a + i b hmo V~
(A) a = 1 , b = 2 (B) a = 1 , b = 1 (A) a = 1 , b = 2 (B) a = 1 , b = 1
(C) a = 1 , b = 1 (D) a = 1 , b = 0 (C) a = 1 , b = 1 (D) a = 1 , b = 0

142. The function y = 2x - x 2 142. $bZ y = 2x - x 2


(A) increases in ( 0 , 2 ) (A) (0, 2) | ~T>Vm h
(B) increases in ( 0 , 1 ) but decreases in ( 1 , 2 ) (B) (0, 1) | ~T>Vm h naVw (1 , 2) | KQ>Vm h
(C) Decreases in ( 0 , 2 ) (C) (0, 2) | KQ>Vm h
(D) Increases in ( 1 , 2 ) but decreases in ( 0 , 1 ) (D) (1, 2) | ~T>Vm h naVw (0 , 1) | KQ>Vm h

143. If the point (a , a ) lies between the lines 2x + y = 5 143. `{X {~X (a , a ) aoImAmo 2x + y = 5 Ho$ ` pWV h
then select one of the most appropriate option: V~ g~go Cn`w$ EH$ {dH$n M`Z H$amo :
5 5 5 5
(A) a < (B) a < (A) a < (B) a <
2 3 2 3
7 11 7 11
(C) a < (D) a < (C) a < (D) a <
2 3 2 3

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z- 2 +3 z- 2 +3
144. If log sin r ' 1 >1 , then 144. `{X log sin r ' 1 >1 hmo Vmo
6 3 z- 2 -1 6 3 z- 2 -1
(A) z - 2 >7 (B) z - 2 <7 (A) z - 2 >7 (B) z - 2 <7

(C) z - 2 < 3 (D) z - 2 <6 (C) z - 2 < 3 (D) z - 2 <6

145. The nth term of the series 145. Xr JB loUr H$m nth nX hmoJm :
1 + 4 + 13 + 40 + 121 + 364 + , is : 1 + 4 + 13 + 40 + 121 + 364 +
1 n+ 1 n+
(A) 3 n - 1 (B) (3 1) (A) 3 n - 1 (B) (3 1)
2 2
1 n- 2n + 1 j
(C) (3 1) (D) ` (C)
1 n-
(3 1) (D) `
2n + 1 j
2 2 2 2

146. The interval in which the function y = x - 2 sin x; 146. dh AVamb `m hmoJm {Ogo $bZ y = x - 2 sin x;
0 # x # 2r increases throughout is : 0 # x # 2r ew$ go AV VH$ ~T>Vm h :
5r 5r
(A) `0, j (B) ` , 2r j (A) `0, j (B) ` , 2r j
r r

4 3 4 3
r 5r j r 5r j
(C) `0,
rj
(C) `0,
rj
(D) ` , (D) ` ,
3 3 3 3 3 3

+ 11 m
1 x
147. If the ratio of the seventh term from the beginning 147. {nX {dVma c2 3 Ho$ ewAmV go gmVd| nX
1 1 x 3 3
of the binomial expansion of c 2 3 + 1 m to the
3 3 d AV go gmVd| nX H$m AZwnmV 1/6 h Vmo x H$m
seventh term from its end is 1/6 , then the value of x is: mZ h :
(A) 7 (B) 5 (A) 7 (B) 5
(C) 11 (D) 9 (C) 11 (D) 9

148. Let A={ u, v, w, z } and B= { 3 , 5 } , then the 148. mZm A={ u, v, w, z } VWm B= { 3 , 5 } , V~ A go B H$mo
number of relations from A to B is : g~Ym| H$s gm hmoJr:
(A) 64 (B) 256 (A) 64 (B) 256
(C) 1024 (D) 512 (C) 1024 (D) 512

149. Given y = x 2 . As x " 2, y " 4 what must the value 149. y = x 2 {X`m h O~ x " 2, y " 4 hmo Vmo H$m mZ `m
of be for which from | x 2 |< it follows that hmoZm Mm{hE {Oggo {H$ | x 2 |< go | y 4 | < = 0.001
| y 4 | < = 0.001 ?
AZwgaU hmoVm h :
(A) 0 < < 0.00025 (B) 0.03 < < 0.05
(A) 0 < < 0.00025 (B) 0.03 < < 0.05
(C) 0.2 < < 0.25 (D) 0.4< < 0.5
(C) 0.2 < < 0.25 (D) 0.4< < 0.5

150. Given that f(0)= 0 and lim f (x) exists, say L. 150. {X`m h {H$ f(0)= 0 h VWm lim f (x) {dmZ h mZm
x"0 x x"0 x
Here f l (0) denotes the derivative of f w. r. t. x at {H$ `h L h& `hm f H$m x Ho$ gmnoj AdH$bZ Ho$ mZ H$mo
x = 0. Then L is : x=0 na f l (0) mam X{eV {H$`m OmVm h V~ L hmoJm:

(A) 0 (B) 2f l (0) - 6 (A) 0 (B) 2f l (0) - 6


(C) 2f l (0) - 5 (D) f l (0) (C) 2f l (0) - 5 (D) f l (0)

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK / H$Mo H$m Ho$ {bo OJh

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK / H$Mo H$m Ho$ {bo OJh

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SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK / H$Mo H$m Ho$ {bo OJh

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