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# Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy Sr.

## Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy, India

A.P, TELANGANA, KARNATAKA, TAMILNADU, MAHARASHTRA, DELHI, RANCHI
A right Choice for the Real Aspirant
Paper-2_Key & Solutions
KEY SHEET

Physics:

## (08) D (09) B (10) C (11) B (12) A (13) B (14) C

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(15) ABC (16) BCD (17) BCD (18) ABD (19) BD (20) BCD

Chemistry: ay
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(21) A (22) B (23) C (24) A (25) D (26) B (27) C
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## (28) C (29) D (30) B (31) A (32) B (33) C (34) A

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(35) ABC (36) ABD or BD (37) BC (38) ABCD (39) ABC (40) BC

Mathematics:
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## (48) D (49) A (50) D (51) C (52) D (53) A (54) C

(55) A (56) ABC (57) AC (58) ABC (59) AB or ABD (60) ABC

Solutions Page 1

HINTS
PHYSICS
2
1. We have P = F J J = F J F = J ma = J
J x
J dJ dx dx
m
dx
= J d J = dx J = x + 1 and J =
dt

x+ 1
= dt
1 0
x t
dx
x + 1 = dt t = ln (x +1)- ln1 x + 1 = et (or) x = et - 1 .
0 0
At t = ln2, x = eln 2 - 1 = 2 - 1 = 1m
q p 1
2. Time to pass one spoke t = = 4 = sec
w 2p (2.5) 20
S 20 10- 2
For arrow , J = = = 4ms- 1
t 1
20

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x h
(l x) + M l x 2 Mh
2 dxcm
= 0 (M + l x )l x -
2
3. xcm =
M+lx
.
dt 2
+

2
l = 0 ay
l x 2 Mh
2d
(Mx + l x 2 - ) 2
-
2
= 0 l x 2 + 2Mx - Mh = 0

2R 2 nR
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4. p n (r R ) r nR
(r R)2 (r nR)2
r ( n 1) R(n n ) r nR
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5. Z R2 ( X L X C )2 , X L 1 and X C 5
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V VL 4
Z 32 (5 1)2 5, tan C
VR 3
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( )
53 \ i = 2cos 100p t + 530 . VAB = 8cos 100p t + 530 - 900 ( )
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(
= 8cos 100p t - 370 )volt
VL

i
VR

VC

## 6. The weight of risen column of liquid = electric force

1
Agh 1 AE and E
K 2 0 2 K 0

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1 K 1 2 ( K 2 1)
Agh 1 A. h
K 2 0 K 2 0 gK 2

1
1
K
1
1
h K

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7. we have, Q nRT ln 2 in isothermal process
V1
0.4 1800
1800 1 8.314 T ln T 312.6 K
0.2 8.314 0.693
R
8. O is the centre of mass of the hollow hemisphere and is from C.
2
f mg sin 1 and N mg cos .....(2)
R R
N sin ( R cos ) f ......(3)
2 2

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From (1) , (2) and (3) we get 60

N
C R/2
ay
O
2d
C
O
f
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p
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mg
09. Let h be the height of water column just after putting cylinder
A ' H
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1 3H
A h A h .
3 2 4
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3gH
2 gh1
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2
H A H
10. A Ah h .
2 3 3
2 gH
2 gh''
3

h1

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11. & 12. From conservation of momentum, 3m mu , Magnitude of net work done by
3
1 1 u2 1 2
friction mu 2 (3m) mu
2 2 9 3
13. & 14

r 600
r
600

From the ray diagram it is clear that ray emerges out of lens parallel
to itself. Hence the angle of deviation caused by the lens is zero. From snells law we get
sin 60 3 sin r r 30 . Since the emergent ray is parallel to initial incident ray, the
portion of lens used for refraction can be assumed as slab. Hence lateral displacement
t (sin(i r )) 3sin(60 30) 25
We have, R 3 42 R 2 R mm and
2
3mm .
cos r cos 30 6

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1 ( 1) R 25 25
f ( 3 1)mm
f R ( 1) 6( 3 1) 12
ay
2d
R

4
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3 R-3
4
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(2 e)0 0
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## 15. 2M0 2M1 M2 and 2 cos 1 cos e0 cos on solving we get 1

3 2
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20 1 1 2 1 3
And 2 (1 e) 0 . Ki 2m02 and K f 2m 0 m02 m02
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3 2 2 4 2 4
1
loss of kinetic energy of the system m02
4

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16. Frequency of horn directly heard by observer f . Frequency of echo,
c

f Frequency of echo of horn as heard by the observer
c

0 0
f f
c c
1 1 2c ( 0 ) f
frequency of beats, n ( 0 ) f . Wavelength of sound
c c ( 2 c2 )

( c )
reaching the hill . Wavelength of sound of horn directly reaching the observer
f

( c )

f

## NOet1 .......(1) t1 ln5 t1

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NO 2(ln 5)
17. = log 2 25 and
5 ln 2

NO
9 NO
10
NOet2 .......(2) t2
2ln10
ln 2
ay
= log 2 100

2d
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## 18. The length of the loop at any time is l 2 r0 2t

t
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d t
w

mf induced ( B r 2 ) 2 B (r0 )
dt
w

emf B
induced current
l
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19. At points P and R, the angle between velocity of charged particle and direction of magnetic
field is and 0 respectively. Hence force on charge at P and R is zero. Force on charged
particle at Q and S is same in magnitude .
20. In ground state, U1 27.2eV , K1 13.6eV and in 1st excited state, U 2 6.8eV and K2 3.4eV

## kinetic energy decreases by 10.2eV

Potential energy increases by 20.4eV and increase of angular momentum

## 1034 1.05 1034 J S

h 6.62

2 6.28

Solutions Page 5

CHEMISTRY
21. (A)
22. (B)
It is an example for electrophilic addition and its reactivity increases with increase of
stability of Carbocation intermediate. Attack at double bond of ring forms relatively more
stable carbocation (3)
23. (C) Conceptual
24. (A)
In case of chain reaction the activation energy corresponding to rate determining step is to be
considered as overall activation energy.
25. (D)
In the first compound there is a possibility for the formation of -bond between Si and N,
because of this the availability of electron pair towards boran decreases and band
character also decreases.
26. (B)
(I) Mn2 in weak field ligand has configuration d 5 so no. of unpaired e 5

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(II) Ni 2 in strong field ligand in octahydral field has configuration
eg 6 t2 g 2 so no. of unpaired e is 2
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(III) CN is strong ligand and it has configuration eg 3 so no.of unpaired e is equal to 3.
2d
(IV) Sc3 has o unpaired e
27. (C) Conceptual
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## 28. (C) Conceptual

PASSAGE I
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29. Each ring is deactivated towards EAS reactions and substitution occurs at m-position
30. It is intra molecular Friedel-Crafts acylation and CH3 is activating and NO2 is deactivatin
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Passage II
Here slope ( magnitude only) represents activation energy
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31. (A)
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32. (B)
Passage III
From the given condition we can say that the compound is bleaching powder (CaOCl2 )
33. (C)
One Cl in +1
Other Cl -1
34. (A)
OCI
CH 3 CH 2 CHCl3
Haloform reaction
OH
35. (A,B,C)
(A) It liberate hydrogen gas on addition of sodium metal due to presence of OH groups

Solutions Page 6
(B) It reacts with ammonical AgNO3 due to acetylenic hydrogen acetylene hydrogen
(C) It can decolorise bromine solution due to unsaturation
(D) It is not , - Unsatirated carbonyl compound
36.
H O H / Ni
CH 3CHNH 2 3 CH 3CHNC 2 CH 3CHNHCH 3
heat heat
CH 3 CH 3 CH 3
0
1 amine 20 amine
CHCl3 , OH gives a pungent smell with primary amine
HNO2 gives N 2 gas with primary amine
CS2 / HgCl2 gives product of mustard oil smell with primary amine
Primary amine gives alkali soluble product with Hinsberg reagent
37. A crystalline solids are anisotropic
D crystals are long range ordered substances. These are incorrect

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38. (A,B,C,D)

( A) Fe2
2 2 Fe3 Fe( SCN )
H O SCN
3
2
( B) S2O3
CN Fe3
SCN Fe( SCN )3
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Blood Re d
2d
Fe3
(C ) SCN Fe( SCN )3

Fe3
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NH 2CSNH 2
( D) NO2 SCN Fe( SCN )3
39. (A,B,C)
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## (A,B,C) are isoelectronic

40. (B,C) Conceptual
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MATHEMATICS
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41.
fog x x
1
g1 x
f g x
1

1
g1 2
f g 2
1

K f 1 g 2
x3 3x2 33x 33 2
x 1
g 2 1
f 1 x 3x 2 6 x 33

Solutions Page 7
f 1
1 3 6 33 36
42. ae = 6
CF = a

r , r 1
s
S
1 b6a
6b
2 2
5b = a + 6
25b2 a2 36 12a
25 a 2 a 2 e2 a 2 36 12a

25 a 2 36 a 2 36 12a
13 5
a , b
2 2

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AB x CD = 13 x 5 = 65

43. a1 and
2
a n a n 2 2a n 1 0
ay
Equation of tangent at (a, 2a) to y 2 4an is x y + a = 0
2d
44.
Let equation of circle be
x a y 2a x n y a 0
2 2
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## Passes through (0,0)

5a
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49a 2 a 2 50a 2 5a
x 2 y 2 7 ax ay 0 r
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4 4 4 2
45. Number of selections of at least one from
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q 35 & s 5s
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= (q + 1) (s + 1) -1
61
46. 666660 6
51
61
666642 30
41
61
666633 15
4121
61
666444 20
3131
= 71
47. Equation if tangents are
y mx 9m 2 4

Solutions Page 8

& x m1 y am1 4
m 1 9m 2 4
Comparing 1
1 m 2
9m1 4
9m 2 4
mm 11
m
2
2
9m1 4
m 1, 1
Tangents ax y x 13
& x y 13
Area = 26 sq. units
48. f x x is not one one , hence f 1 x does not exist
49. The radii of C1 , C2 , C3 are
2, 2 2, 2 2 ,
2
respectively

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y 2 2
9 2
2 2
C10 x

ay
2
x 2 y 2 32 2

C11 x2 y 2 64
2
2d

2
PQ 2 op 2 oA2 2 642 32 2 64 2
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## 50. A point on C11 is 64cos ,64sin

Chord of contact w.r t C10 is
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2
x 64cos y 64sin 32 2
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x cos y sin 32
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32
distance from (0,0) is 32
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cos 2 sin 2
51. ax2 2x 3 2 x
ax2 3x 1 0
9 4a = 0
9
a
4
2
x
3
2 8
A ,
3 3
f x 2ax 2
1

Solutions Page 9
9 2
2 2
4 3
=-1
Equation of normal is
8 2
y 1 x
3 3
3x 3y +10 =0
10
2
50

2 3x 3 9
8 11
52. x 1 x
3 3
11 8 11 8
B , C ,
3 3 3 3
1 88 88 88
Area of OBC ,

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2 9 9 9
53. Image of (4,3) on x y 2 = 0 is (5,2)
x 5 y 2 ay
2 2

s 1
16 9
2d
Equation of minor axis is x 5 = 0
x 5 y 2 16 9
2 2
54.
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55. b c 15

2
b c sin 2 b, c 15
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sin b, c
15
cos b, c
1

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4 4
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2 2
b 2c 2 a

2 2
b 4 c 4 b c cos b, c 2
1
16 4 4 4 1 2
4
16 2
4
56. F is discontinuous when a sin x 1
If a 1 sin x 0 x 1,2,3,4,5
If a 3 sin x 2 not possible
If a 0.5 sin x 0.5 six values
1 5 9
If a 0 sin x 1 x , ,
2 2 2

Solutions Page 10
57. a1 0 b1 32
a2 48 b2 16
a3 72 b3 8
x y 32
1
A1 64 64 32 64
2
x 48 y 16
1
A2 32 32 16 32
2
x 72 y 8
1
A3 16 16 8 16
2
= 128
32 64 32 64 4
Lt Ai

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n 1 3
1
4
8
32
3
2
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a b c
2d
58. abc a b c
b c
bs

a
1 1 1
abc
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1 1 1
2

1 1 1
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4 abc
2
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abc is divisible by 3!
4 abc is divisible by 4 3!
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2 2

=144
divisible by 36, 48 also
59. D<0
px 2 qx r is always positive or always negative
But Given f (2) >0
f (0) and f(1) are also > 0
r>0&p+q+r>0
0
sin nx
sin nx
60. In dx dx
1 sin x 0 1 sin x
x x

0
sin nx
sin nx
d x dx
1 sin x
x
0 1 sin x
x

Solutions Page 11

sin nx 1 1
dx
0
sin x 1 x
1 x

sin nx
In dx
0
sin x
I n 2 I n 0
I n2 I n
I 5 I 3 I1 etc
I 4 I 2 I1 etc
10

I
m 1
2 m 1 I 3 I 5 I 21

I1 I1 10times
10I1 10
10

I
m 1
2m I 0 I 0 10times

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10 I 0 0

ay
2d
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w
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Solutions Page 12