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FIITJEE JEE(Main), 2018

ANSWERS, HINTS & SOLUTIONS

FULL TEST – I
(Main)

Q. No. PHYSICS Q. No. CHEMISTRY Q. No. MATHEMATICS


ALL INDIA TEST SERIES

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

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Physics PART – I

SECTION – A

1. VR  Vx i  Vy i

A
B Vx

300
C
Vy
For path AB Vx = 5 ms-1
For path BC velocity of rain r to BC should be zero hence
5
Vx sin30o  Vy cos 30o Vy  ms 1
3
2 2 10 1
VR  Vx  Vy  ms
3
 
2. since VAB and RBA are antiparallel to each other initial separation is minimum at initial state

FR 2F
3.       2
.2 
mR mR
R

a = R'
R'


F'

sin  
2R 6 2R
Position of C.O.M = .    R
3  
 
6
4F
Acceleration of C.O.M =
m
4R
Hence F  F   .m
m
4
F   F
  
4. a = –Kx  K = 4 s-2
Then  vdv  K  xdx
v  8 ms 1

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5. portion DEA and DFC are identical hence moment of inertia of ABCD is same as ABFDEA
E 6m A 2m B
8m 1270
10 m 8m

900 8m
F
D
6m

C
2
M   BE 
I  2.
3
 512 kgm 2

6. To start motion F > 8 M

F 8
Acceleration =
8
F/2
3
fr
F F 8 F
 fr  3     3  fr
2  8  8
Fmax
 3  fLm  6N  Fmax  24Nx
8
7. the point where adiabatic curve touch the line AB the nature of process will change from endo
thermic to exothermic.
P0
A

C
B
V0
V0

P0 P
  
V0 V
  mv  P0  P0
m   m
V V0
P0 5
mv 1     P0 V   V0
m 1    8

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8.   0 nkt r 2  0 n2kt .R 2

2kt
kt
d
E.2r 
dt

 0 nk  2R 2  r 2 
9. the point x = a and b are stable equilibrium point.

1 2
10. Fx  0 m1gx  kx  0
2
0 m2 g
x
k

2mv 2mv cos 30o


11. F1  F2 
t t
Hence F1 > F2

12. since mass and specific heat of two different bodies are same
h  h2
hf  1  h1  h2
2


13. 
R  RA  r
R RA

A B
 r
r   R  RA 
V     r 
 R  RA  r  R  RA  v 
14. at steady state 5A current through inductor hence P.D across indicator at t = 0
20  5 = 100 V
 s


10mH
50 V

 R 2   4R 
15. Dipole moment    2. 
 2   3 

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E0
+ + ++
++ ++ ++
+ + + ++ ++

4R 3 
3
f r = Ma
4R 3  MR 2
E  fr R  
3 2
a

R
For pure rolling
8 ER 2
a
9 M
16. current across inductor and capacitor are out of phase and same magnitude hence only
resistance will be operated.
2.5 2 A

1 dx
17.  K .  R 2
 x2 
1 dx 1
RT   ln  3 
K   R2  x2
 2K R 
dx
R

R/2 x

1 dx
dR 

K  R2  x2 
 x
18. dm   0  y  dy  dx 
 ab 
y

dy
b
y
x
x a

R   x, y 
  0 xy
 R.dm   ab

 dxdy  xiˆ  yjˆ 
 0 xy
 dm  ab dx.dy

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 0 xy  xy
 x dx.dyiˆ  0 dx.dy  y  jˆ
ab  ab
 0 xy  0 xy
 ab dx, yd  ab dx.dy
y  COM x
dy  dx 
a b
2 2
 x dx y dy
0
a
iˆ  0
b
ˆj

 xdx
0
 ydx
0

2a ˆ 2b ˆ
i  j
3 3

19. 
M  10 100  10 4 iˆ  50  10 4 jˆ  50  104 kˆ 

 10iˆ  5 ˆj  5kˆ  103 Am 2

B  2iˆ  3 jˆ  kˆ
  
  M  B  10  20  10 2 Nm  20  10 1 Nm

20. C

21. Distance between central bright and first minimum,


D
y
d
y 1 1

y2 2
22. A

23. stopping potential for a and b are same. Hence f a = f b but current Ib is more than Ir at zero
potential.

I0
24. 
I2  I0 1  e x  I
2
, x  1.5 cm 1

  0.462 cm 2 / g
25. A

R
26. R  T 4  T 4 

T  b

27. A
28. since voltmeter are identical

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7
9 I1
v1
5
14 I2
v2
24
I3
v3

R
1 3 3
 let 2  x 1  x
2 2 2
3
9 x  14 x  5  7.5  0
2
x  5.0 A   2
 7.5 A  1
27 x  28 x
 2.5
2
Hence resistance of voltmeter is 1 
253  7.5  7.5  9  75
3  3A
Hence V3 = 3.0 V

1
29. PB  V 2  PA  P
2
B
A

P 1
PB   P  V 2
A 2
P
  gH
A
2  P  gH 
V 

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30. FBuoyancy  r 2 g


F buoyance

A B

mg
r 2  2 g
Torque =
4
2 2 gr 2

4

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Chemistry PART – II

SECTION – A

1 d B  d B 
31.  k1  A    2k1  A 
2 dt dt
d C
 k2  A 
dt


B  2k1  1
 C k 2
1
 % B    100  50%
1 1

32. B12  12 corners


Icosahedral = 20 faces.
33. Nylon – 2 – Nylon – 6
-copolymer of glycine and amino caproic acid
-biodegrable.
34. Average (P – P) bond enthalpy
1265  59
  201 kJ / mol
6
35. Self reduction:
Cu2O  Cu2S   Cu  SO 2

36. NH2 NH2 NH2


NH2

HNO3, H2SO4 NO2


+ +
288 K
(B) NO2
(A) (C)
(47%) (2%)
NO2
(51%)
Order of basic nature: A > B > C
37. Anode     H2  g  
 2H
5.5

aq.  2e
1 atm 10 M

Cathode     2H  aq.  2e 


 H2  g 
xM
1 atm 
5.5 2

0.118 V  0 
0.059
log10
10   x  10 3.5 M
2
2  x
 pH  3.5
38. Reaction involved in developer:
K 2FeII  C2 O 4 2  AgBr  KFeIII  C2O 4  2  Ag  KBr

Ni
39. CO  3H2   CH4  H2 O

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ZnO  Cr2 O3
CO  2H2   CH3 OH
Cu
CO  H2  HCHO  g

40. Z < 1 means attraction forces are dominating  a is considerable, b can be negligible at low
temperature and low pressure.

41. X  NO2 , Y  N2 O

42. Organic compound having C, N and S give blood colour in Lassaigne’s test with neutral FeCl3,
due to formation of Fe(SCN)3.

43. Chloroform and diethylether on mixing show –ve deviation from Raoult’s law, in which V.P.
decreases and b.p. increases.

44. E.N difference  O  X  O  H


 H  O  X  H  O   X 
 basic nature.

45. HO
HOCl
HC CH H C CH
Cl

HOCl

Cl O Cl OH
-H2O
H C C H H C CH
Cl Cl OH
46. Buffer solution
CO32   40 
pH  pK a2  log 
 11  log2   log  
HCO3   5 
 11  2log2  11.6

47.  0  Strength of ligand


max imum for CN 

48. Representation:
Base  Base  Base
|  |  |
 sugar  phosphate   sugar  phosphate   sugar 
 
 
 n
49. Na+ occupies octahedral voids formed by close packing of Cl- in ccp in which all tetrahedral voids
are vacant.
50. ClF3  T – shaped

1
51. Acidic strength: 
pK a

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OH OH OH HO

NO 2
> > > (acidic strength)

NO 2

NO 2
52. Below pI, cationic species, goes to cathode.
Above pI, anionic species, goes to anode.
53.  high T H2O
Mg + C MgC2 Mg2C3 Mg(OH)2 + C3H4

54. F H F
LDA -
F C C Cl F C C Cl F 2C CCl 2
(strong hindered base)
F Cl F Cl

55. T  KV  PV 0  constant
R R R R 5R
C     R
 1 n 1 7 0 1 2
1
5
7R

2
4
56. Cu2  Fe  CN6   Cu Fe  CN 
2 6
Chocolate brown /reddish brown ppt.

57. For s-orbital,   0  no nodal plane


For dz2  orbital,   2  2 conical node, no nodal plane.

58. OH CH3 H CH3 H

H CH3 H OH HO CH3 H OH H3C OH

H OH H OH H OH H3C OH HO H
H3C CH3 CH3 H CH3
(2R, 3R) (2S, 3R) (2S, 3R) (2S, 3S) (2R, 3S)
diastereomer diastereomer enantiomer diastereomer

59. Classical smog is a reducing mixture, while photochemical smog has high concentration of
oxidizing agents.

60. Cannizaro reaction involves attack of OH– on carbonyl carbon and H– shift on another carbonyl
carbon, no carbanion intermediate.

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Mathematics PART – III

SECTION – A

61. Let f  x   sinx  2 x  kx 2  kx


f   x   cos x  2  2kx  k
f   x    sin x  2k
The inequality is trivially true for k < 0
For k  0, we have f(x) < 0
The curve y = f(x) is concave downwards
 4    1
f 0 k 
2
      2

1 1
62. y  log10 x & z  logx 10  
log10 x y
2
1 dy 1 1   logx 
y   2  2
 2
z dz z logx 10  log10 
sec 2 x

 f  t  dt  
f sec 2 x  2 sec 2 x.tan x 8
63. lim 2
2
 lim  f 2
x
  x
 2x 
4 x2  4
16

64. lim an  lim an 1  L


n  n 

 lim an 1  lim 2  an
n  n 

 L  2  L  L  2 & L  1  N.D

65. Area = A = xy
ln x dA 1  ln x
A  
x dx x2
dA
0x e
dx
+ -
e
1 1
Hence x = e is point of maxima; Amax = e. 
e2 e

  1 
 1  1
4  1  2 tan z 
66. let I  f    f     loge   dz
2 3 0  1  1 tan z 
 3 

4
 3 2  tan z 
  loge   dz
0  2 3  tan z 

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Replacing z  z
4

4
 3 3  tan z 
We get I   loge   dz
0  4 2  tan z 

4
9  9
 2I   loge   dz  I  loge  
0 8 8 8
b b
67.  f  x  dx   f  a  b  x  dx
a a
1 cos 2 t 1 cos 2 t 1 cos2 t
I1   x.f  x  2  x   dx    2  x  f  x  2  x   dx  2  f  x  2  x    I1
sin2 t sin2 t sin2 t
1 cos2 t
I1
 2I1  2  f  x  2  x   dx  2I 1  2I2 
I2
1
sin2 t

x
 2 xy y
  yx 2 xy

68. x  y .e  e  dy  y  e  y .e  dx
   
   
x

 y 2  xdy  ydx  e xy  e y  ydx  xdy 


x
ydx  xdy x
 e xy d  xy   e x / y 2
 e y .d  
y y 
x

 e xy  e y  c

69. since OP  BC
A(z1)

O
B(Z2) C(Z3)

P(Z)
 z  
 arg  
 z3  z2  2
70. you can have W, W, B or W, B, W or B, W, W
3 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 1 9 3 1 13
Required probability = . .  . .  . .    
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 32 32 32 32

71. x 2  x  2  x  1 ( Let x  1  0 )
 x 2  3  0 (No solution)
Now,
x 2  x  2  1  x  x  1  0 
 x 2  2x  1  0
Let f (x)  x 2  2x  1

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 D  0    ( , 1]  1,  


b
If both roots –ve, then f  0   0 & 00
2a
So for α  1 both roots of this equation are –ve & α  1 at least one root is +ve and for –ve value
afx αx- 1  0 for positive values of x.

72. AB  PA  PB
So PA – PB is maximum when P is collinear with AB.
1
Equation of AB  y  1   x  0 
2
 x  2y  2   i 
& solve with 4x + 3y + 9 = 0  (ii)
(I) & (ii)
 24 17 
P  , 
 5 5 

73. A

74. As eccentric angle    0,2 


 1  2    2    1
P   5cos ,4 sin   Q   5cos 2 ,4 sin 2  or Q  5 cos ,4 sin  
 PQ  y  4 sin 1

75. equation of director circle.

 s  b  s  c  2 2 2
76. 1   1    2 a  b c
 s  a  s  a 

77. solving the planes taking 3 at a time vertices of tetrahedron are


0   0,0,0  , A  1,1, 1 , B  1, 1,1 ,C   1,1,1
1
Volume of tetrahedron = × (area of base) (height)
3
78. if the points be A, B, & C respectively then
           
 
AB  OB  OA  a  2b  c  2a  b  3c  a  b     3  c
          
 
AC  OC  OA  a  5b  2a  b  3c     2  a  4b  3c
 
Points are collinear if AB  t AC
9
   ,   2
4

79. put ln x  t .

80. Plane containing the line of intersection of the given planes is


 x  y  z  4     x  y  2z  4   0
s.e.    1 x     1 y   2  1 z  4    1  0
Vector normal to it
V     1 iˆ     1 Jˆ   2  1 Kˆ

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Vector along the line of intersection of the planes


2 x  3 y  z  1  0 & x  3 y  2z  2  0 is


Given by n  3 iˆ  Jˆ  Kˆ 

& n is parallel to the pane  (i)
 1
 n.v  0   
2
& hence the required plane is
x  3 y  4z  4  0
 A  B  C  11

81. sin-1 is defined for [-1, 1]  a  0



 x + y = sin1 1  cos1 1  tan1 1 
4
Clearly image about x – axis will be x – y = /4.

82. cos 4 x  6  7cos 2 x  0


  cos 2 x  1 2cos 2 x  5   0
5
 cos 2 x  & cos 2x  1
2
2x = 2nπ  x = nπ
Sum in [0,314].
 [1  2  .......  100]  100  5050  100  4950
83. we have g(x) = f(x) Sinx  (i)
Diff. w.r to x.
g’(x) = f(x) Cosx + f’(x) Sinx  (ii)
Again diff.
g”(x) = f(x) (-Sinx)+ f’(x) Cosx + f’(x) Cosx +f”(x) Sinx
 g "( )  2 f'().Cos( )  2  1 1  2
Hence g "()  2

3 x  6y
84. we have  1  (i)
k
& 2 x 2  2xy  3 y 2  1  0  (ii)
Now Homogenising (2) with the help of (1),
We get
2
 3 x  6y 
2 x 2  2xy  3 y 2    0
 k 
2
 
 K 2 2x 2  3 x  3 y 2   3 x  6 y   0
Now coff. of x2 + coff. of y2 = 0
 K 2  9  K  3
85. D
86. Let the amount received by sons be Rs. X, Rs. Y & Rs. Z respectively, then
x  y  z  101  x
i .e 2x  101  x  50, y  50 & z  50 & x  y  z  101
 Coff. of x101 in the expansion of (1 + x + x 2 + …..+ x50)3
1103 C101  3.52 C50 103 C2  3.52 C2

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 n k 1   n k 1 
87. z1, z2, z3 .......zk  cos     i sin  
 n 1 n(n 1)(n 2)   n 1 n(n 1)(n 2) 
  1 1
 cos  i sin  i
4 4 2 2

88. Since the tangent at any point  x (a, b) lies below the curve
 the curve is concave upward in the interval (a, b)
 f”(x) > 0  x  (a, b)

n
89. x2y 3   x  y 
dy  dy 
2 xy 3  3 x 2 y 2  n(x  y)n 1  1  
dx  dx 
n
n  x  y   dy y 
 5 xy 3    
x  dx x 
n n
 5x  y   nx  y 
n5

90.     a  (i)
.  a 1  (ii)
Adding (I) & (ii)
      1     1  1  2
α & β are integral
  1  1,   1  2
  1  1,   1  2
  0,   1
Or
  2 &   3

a  1 or 5

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