Sei sulla pagina 1di 8 Paper Code : 0000CT103115001
CLASSROOMCONTACTPROGRAMME
(Academic Session : 2015 - 2016)

TARGET : JEE (MAIN) 2016

Test Type : ALL INDIA OPEN TEST TEST DATE : 31 - 01 - 2016

Test Pattern : JEE-Main

 Que. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Ans. 3 1 3 4 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 1 3 3 4 3 1 Que. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Ans. 1 1 1 4 4 3 4 1 2 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 2 3 3 1 Que. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Ans. 3 4 4 2 3 1 4 2 2 1 3 4 4 2 4 2 1 2 3 4 Que. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 Ans. 2 3 4 4 3 1 1 3 3 3 4 4 3 2 4 2 3 2 2 3 Que. 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 Ans. 2 2 3 2 2 1 2 3 3 2

HINT – SHEET

1. Ans. (3)

     Sol. E ds   E 0   r 2

Hence, Q in = 0 E 0 r 2

2. Ans. (1)

Sol.

Q 0 is charge on the capacitor at t = ,

At t = , No current in capacitor, v across

v

R 1

R

2

Hence Q 0 =

CVR

2

R 1

R

2

3. Ans. (3)

Sol.

According to lenz law, for flux to remain constant loop must go away.

 4. Ans. (4) Sol. ne = I 5. n × 1.6 × 10 –19 = 6.4 × 10 –3 Ans. (2) Sol. One of the particle will at positive extreme while other at negative extreme. 6. Ans. (1)

Sol. One capacitor will be removed due to symmetry if we calculated then one of the capacitor will be removed and the remaining circuit will be

Ceq = C

2

C

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HS-1/8

Capacitor =

R

2

C

2C  7. Ans. (2)
 L
Sol.
tan 45
R
2
2
(L)  R
 10
R  5
2
L  5 2
5
2
L 
(2000 )
1
L 
2
200
8. Ans. (1)
h
500
400
Sol.
x
1
0.8 v
R
45°
z
L

9.

Sol.

Ans. (2) Light ray will get reflected from vertical face and finally emerge parallel to base.

10. Ans. (2)

Sol.

Potential difference across 2R will be 9V. Hence remaining potential difference will be across R which is 8v. Ans. (2) Band width = 2 modulating frequency

= 10kHz

Ans. (3) It's a cyilic process. Hence, Q = w [As u = 0]

11.

Sol.

12.

Sol.

13. Ans. (3)

Sol.

V T (L )

0.2

18

T 9

v

v

T

0.1 m / s

14. Ans. (3)

Sol.

A

A = A 0 e bt

0

2

e 3b

A e

0

1

b(3)

2

(i)

A' = A 0 e b(9)

A'

A

0

1

 

8

[from equation (i)]

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15. Ans. (1)

Sol.

For terminal velocity (constant velocity), acceleration of wire should be zero.

I B = mg

But = B v 0

I

B

v

0

R

R

B v

 

0

R

 

B mg

v

0

mgR

B

2

2

16. Ans. (3)

Sol.

= B v v

= (B H tan ) v

3

 

10

4

4

3

0.25

10

10

2

= 10 × 10 6 v = 10 µV

17. Ans. (3)

Sol.

18.

Sol.

A

B +q

V +q

A

B

r Ans. (4)

dv

dt

dx

dt

dx

dt

V = x 2 + x

a = (2x + 1) V = (2x + 1) (x 2 + x)

=

2x

When x = 2m

a = (2 × 2 + 1) (2 2 + 2) = 5 × 6 = 30 m/s 2 .

19.

Sol.

Ans. (3)

Acceleration of hero in vertical direction

= 2 m/s 2

Acceleration of bullet in vertical direction

= 10 m/s 2

Hence by the time bullet reaches the hero, its vertical displacement will be more than that of the hero.

HS-2/8 0000CT103115001  20. Ans. (1)
N
a
A
ma 0
Sol.
(Pseudo)
 B
a 0

mg

ma 0 sin+ N = mg cos

N = mgcos– ma 0 sin

N < mg cos

Hence, (D) is true.

ma 0 cos+ mg sin= ma

a = g sin+ a 0 cos

Hence acceleration of A a cos 
0
A
a 0
a
a sin 
0
2
2
=
(a  a
cos )
 (a sin )
 gsin  .
0
0
21.
Ans. (1)
Sol.
As N sin  = mg
N Nsin
N cos  = m 2 r
g
Ncos
tan  =
2
 r
h
 T 2  r tan 

T 2 h tan 2 for constant

T 2 h

Thus when h increases T also increases

 22. Ans. (1) Sol. Final P.E. of block = Initial P.E. of block + work done by friction  mgh' = mgh – mgd 23. Ans. (1) Sol.  x cm =

0000CT103115001 L
L
5
x
3
K x dx.x
L
5
0
0
L
L
=
4
= 4 L
x
3
K x dx
5
L
4
0
0

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24.

Sol.

Ans. (4) As at B it leaves the hemisphere, A
N = 0
N
u/3
0
B
2
mV
r
mg cos =
h
r
v
mV
2 O
mg h/r =
r
mv 2 = mgh
(1)
mgcos

By energy conservation between A and B

mgr +

1

2 m

u

0

3

Put u 0 and mv 2

2

= mgh +

1 2 mv 2

19r

25. Ans. (4)

Sol.

h =

27

At x = 0 the phase difference should be .

the correct option is D.

Alternate solution

y 2 =

a cos t + kx + 0 )

y = y 1 + y 2 = a cos t – kx +

)

3

+ a cos t + kx + 0 )

= 2a cos

 

t

3



0

2

× cos

kx



3

 

0

2

y = 0 at x = 0 for any t

kx

 

0

3

=

2 2

at x = 0

 = 4 3 . Hence y 2 = a cos t + kx + 4 3 )

26. Ans. (3)

Sol. RT
M

Velocity of sound in air (V) =

V 2 T (in kelvin) not V 2 T (in 0 C)

Hence (B) is incorrect.

Velocity of transverse wave in a string : T
V =
= VV 2
 T

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27. Ans. (4)

Sol.

At centre

GM

V c = –

a

GM

E c =

(2a)

2

;

GM

2a

; GM
GM

34. Ans. (4)

Sol.

(1) As non metallic character increases, acidic nature also increases.

(2) Li + > Mg 2+

(3) Strength of hydrogen bonding. (4) Boiling points increases with Molecular

mass.

At any point P inside V P = –

E P =

GM

b

2

a

b 35. Ans. (4)
H
O
Sol.
(1)
O
H

{only due to outside mass M}

28. Ans. (1)

Sol.

(I)

As work done in state (II) is more than in state

P  B
II
I
A

V Ans. (2) Ans. (4) Wein's displacement law is :

m .T = b

1

m

i.e. T

Here, m becomes half.

Temperature doubles. Also e = T 4

e

1

e

2

 

T

1

T

2

4

e 2 =

4

T   .e 1 = (2) 4 .16
1

T

2

= 16.16 = 256J m 2 s 1 Ans. (4) Theory based. Ans. (2) Assume total mass = 200 gm

Mass of CaCO 3 = 100 gm Then loss in mass = 44 gm

Percentage loss = 22% Ans. (2) PM = dRT 1 × M = 10 × 0.0821 × 273

M = 224 = 2 × A A = 2

  0

(2) HI has least bond energy. (3) In NaHCO 3 , HCO 3 ions are associated by hydrogen bonding (4) Bond strength depends on ‘n’ & also on directional nature of orbitals. Ans. (4) In Solid state PBr 5 exists as PBr 4 + & Br N 2 O 5 exists as NO 3 & NO 2

Na 2 SO 4 exists as Na + & SO 4 H 2 O exist as H 2 O only. Ans. (2) Electronic configuration of Cu(29)

= 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 4s 1 3d 10

m l = 0 will be = 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 2

= 13.

Ans. (3)

XeF 6 + 3H 2 O XeO 3 + 6HF

29.

30.

Sol.

36.

Sol.

+

2–

37.

Sol.

38.

Sol.

39. Ans. (3)

Sol. Fe 2 (SO 4 ) 3 Fe 2 O 3 + 3SO 3 .

40. Ans. (1)

Sol. 5d 8 configuration have higher CFSE and the

complex is thus square planar and diamagnetic. Pt 2+ = [Xe]4f 14 5d 8

31.

Sol.

32.

Sol. 5d
6s
6p

[Pt(NH 3 ) 4 ] 2+ 33.

Sol.

HS-4/8

0000CT103115001 41.

Sol. The solidified copper obtained after bessemerisation is impure and contains Fe, Ni, Zn, Ag, Au etc., as impurity. It has blistered like appearance due to the evolution of SO 2 and so it is called blister copper.

Ans. (3)

 42. Ans. (4) Sol. C (diamond) + O 2  CO 2 (g) ; H = – 97.6 kcal
 C (graphite) + O 2  CO 2 (g) ; H = – 94.3 kcal C (diamond)  C (Graphite)

H = –3.3 kcal Heat required to convert 12 gram diamond to graphite = 3.3 Heat required to convert 1 gm diamond to

graphite

= 3.3

12

= 0.275

43. Ans. (4)

Ans. [Ac ] = 0.036 M

Sol.

HAc

0.4(1– )

Ka

 

H

0.4

Ac

(b

0.4

)

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Y B =

0

B

X P

B

0.7 x 150

=

P 120

Y B

Y

7

T

1

= 0.875

Y T = 1 – 0.875 = 0.125

 47. Ans. (4) Sol. It has different molecular formula and different DU. 48. Ans. (2) 49. Ans. (2)

Sol. rate of S N 2 Eletrophilicity

50. Ans. (1) Br +
F
Sol.
DMF

51. Ans. (3)
CH 3
CH 3 CH 3
Mg–Hg
Sol.
Ph— C
Ph— C — C — Ph
||
H O
2

O

(Pinacol Formation)

OH

OH

0.4= 2 × 10 4 = 5 × 10 4

K a =

b

0.4

= 1.8 × 10 5

0.4

b =

1.8

10

5

5

10

4

= 0.036

44. Ans. (2)

45. Ans. (3)

Sol.

1 d[H ]

2

1 d[NH ]

3

 = dt 2 dt d[H 2 ]  3  0.001 Kmole dt 2 17 hr



3

3

2

0.001

17

=

=

Ans. (1) P = P B °X B + P T ° X T 120 = 150(X B ) + 50 (1 – X B ) 100X B = 70

2Kg / hr

1.76 × 10 4 Kg/hr.

46.

Sol.

X B = 0.7

0000CT103115001 52. Ans. (4)
O
N
Sol.

H O
 —C—CH
—NH—
2
5
n

Nylon–6

53.

Sol.

54.

Sol.

55.

Sol.

Ans. (4) Compound (4) is most acidic compound. Ans. (2) Glucose & fructose reducing sugars. Ans. (4) Acids which are more acidic than H 2 CO 3 , give CO 2 with NaHCO 3 . Ans. (2) B is Rosenmund reaction which gives aldehyde. Ans. (1) Ans. (2) Kohlrausch's law states that at Infinite dilution, each ion makes definite contribution to equivalent conductance of an electrolyte whatever be the nature of the other ion of the electrolyte.

HS-5/8

56.

Sol.

57.

58.

Sol.  59. Ans. (3)

Sol.

60.

Sol.

hc

E

h

Ans. (4) Volume(ml) = Mass (g) 22400 = 44

61. Ans. (2)

1120 =

1120

22400

44

= 2.2 g

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65. Ans. (3) For continuity at x = 0

66.

Lim f(0

h

0

h)

Lim f(0

h

0

h)

f(0)

Lim e

h

0

h

a

For the value of a, f is diff at x = 0

Ans. (1)

a = –4;



3

(2i ˆ ˆ j 2k).(3i ˆ ˆ 2j ˆ mk) ˆ 0

 p q p  q p  (p  q) T T T T T F F T F T F F F F F F

62. Ans. (3) Common chord of given circle

6x 4y (p q) 0

which is diameter of

x 2

2

y 2x 8y q 0 (1,–4)
centre (1, –4)
6 – 16 + (p + q) = 0
p + q = 10

63. Ans. (4)

sin x icos 2x cos x i sin 2x

cos 2x sin 2x and

sinx cosx

tan x = 1 and tan 2x = 1

x

5

9

4

,

4

,

4

x

5

9

8

,

8

,

8

both equation will not have solution simultaneously, hence answer is (4)

64. Ans. (4)

y sin 2x

cos x

(1

where y = f(x)

dy

  

1

sin 2x

dx

sin

2

x

 

y

sin

2

x)

dy

dx

cos x

1

sin

2

x

0

e

sin 2x dx

1

2

sin x

I.F.

y(1 + sin 2 x ) = sin x + C;

=

e

ln(1 sin

2

x)

= 1+ sin 2 x,

(y(0) = 0)

C = 0

hence,

y

sinx

1

sin

2

x

y

 2

5

 

6

 

6 – 2 – 2m = 0

67. Ans. (1) 2
y
 x  6x  10
dy
 
4
6
2
dx
(
 2,2)
1
Slope of normal is
2
7
y
ax
2 
bx
2
Passes through (1, 2)
7
 2
a
 
b
2
dy
2a
b
dx
(1,2)
1
2a
b

2

 or m = 2 (1) (2)

Solving (1) and (2) a = 1, b =

5

2

68. Ans. (3) sin 1 2x = cos 1 x 1
1
2
sin
2x
sin
1
x
2
 2x
1
x
 4x 2 = 1–x 2
1
 x 
5

69.

 x  1 5     x  1 1 x  t 3  t 2 dx  3 2   dt dy 4 t 3 t 3 2 dt   2     2  t 3  t 2

Ans. (3) 1
5
 

HS-6/8 0000CT103115001  3
2
dy
3
2
t
t
dx
3
2
4
3
t
t
dy
t
dx 
3
dy
dy
1
 t
3
So,
x
.t
 
t
1
3
 
dx
 
dx
t
70. Ans. (3)
P(5, 3)
G(5, 2)
Q(8, 3)
R(2, 0)

71. Ans. (4) Put 2x = tan  / 4
1
I
 
n(1
tan
)d
2
0
I
n2
16
72. Ans. (4)
1
a

b
ab

2
 
cos
 
sin
 
sin 2 

73. Ans. (3)

ab +
+

x   10

30

50

100

x [10, 30) [50, 100]

Probability =

71

100

0.71

74. Ans. (2) If each observations is multiplied by a constant k then their mean is multiplied with k and their variance is multiplied by k 2 .

75. Ans. (4) By using condition of tangency, we get 4h 2 = 3k 2 + 2 Locus of P(h, k) is 4x 2 – 3y 2 = 2 (which is hyperbola.)

Hence

e

2

 

1

4

3

e 7
3

76. Ans. (2) Focus of given parabola is (5, 2). Now any line through (5, 2) is (y – 2) = m(x– 5) Line is tangent to given circle

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 2m
 2
2
1
 m
77. Ans. (3)

4m

2

2

2m

2 a
a
a
b
a
c
2
a b c
b
 
a
b
b
b
c
 
 
c
 a
c
b
c
c
1 1
1
and
a b c
 
1
 1
1
 4
 
1 2
 1
2
a b c   16
 

78. Ans. (2) Required probability

m



1

= 1 – (probability that both the digit are greater than 5)

79.

=

1

4

C

2

11

8

C

2

14

Ans. (2)

dy

dx

2

5x (x

1)(x

3)

x = 0, 1, 3

0 Hence x = 1 is a point of maxima and x = 3 is a point of minima.

80. Ans. (3)

81.

lim

x

0

e

x

e

x

2x

x

sin x

Using

L' hospital rule

=

=

Ans. (2)

lim

x

0

lim

x

0

e

x

e

x

2

1

e

x

cos x

e

x

cos x

=

n

i

j

  

i

1

j

1

k

1

1

= 560

=

2

lim

x

0

n

i

 

j

= 560

ˆ i

1

n

1

ˆ

i

ˆ j

i(i

1

1)

2

= 560

1

n(n

1)(2n

1)

n(n

1)

2

6

2

= 560

e

x

e

x

sin x

0000CT103115001 HS-7/8 (n)(n

12

1)

[(2n + 1) + 3] =560

n (n + 1) (n + 2) =560 × 6 = 14 · 15 · 16

n =

14

82. Ans. (2) Let roots are and then 2 + 2  + ) 2 – 2 = p 2 – 4p+13 = (p – 2) 2 + 9

2 + 2 is minimum when p = 2

83. Ans. (3)

We have

4

2

(3 f(x))dx 7 6

4

2 f(x)dx  1

Now,

4

2

f(x)dx 7  1
2
4
f(x)dx

f(x)dx

f(x)dx
 2
f(x)dx
2
1
 
1
4
 
4

f(x)dx
 4
f(x)dx

(4
1)

5
 
 1
2
 
84. Ans. (2)
y
P (0,1)
O
x
1
2
Required area =
2
(x  1) dx

85.

HS-8/8

0

(x 1)

3

3

= 2

1

0 2
=
3
Ans. (2)
2
2
2
b
c
a
cos A 
2bc
2
3
4
3
a
a
1
2 4
3
a
1
Now
R
1
2sin A
2sin 
 
6

.

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86. Ans. (1) |A – I| = 0

  3 – 82 + 5+ 2 = 0

A 3 – 8A 2 + 5A + 2I = O

87. Ans. (2)

2Tr(A) + Tr(B) = 7 and Tr(A) – 2Tr(B) = 6

Tr(A) = 4 and Tr(B) = –1

88. Ans. (3) f(g(x)) = sin (cos x) , period : 2g(f(x)) = cos (sin x) , period : f(g(–x)) = sin (cos (–x)) = sin (cos x) = f(g (x)) and g(f(–x) = cos (sin (–x)) = cos (– sin x) = cos (sin x) = g(f(x)) Hence both are even function

89. Ans. (3) 6
i
1
5
 
6 
sin
cos
5
6 
1
 cos
5
cot
cot
6 
 
 
2
10
 
sin
5

10
90. Ans. (2)
3
3
6
9
T 7 =
C
3 ln x
729
6
1/ 3
(84)
 (lnx)
6  1

x = e, 1/e

lnx   1

tan

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