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MATHEMATICS

XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 1


PART-A
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.7 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1 ( )
}

+ + +
1
1
x x x x
dx 6 3 2 1 n x l has the value equal to
(A) 0 (B) ln 6 (C*)
3
1
ln 6 (D)
3
2
ln 6
[Sol. I = ( )
}

+ + +
1
1
x x x x
dx 6 3 2 1 n x l
Using King
I = ( )
}


+ + +
1
1
x x x x
dx 6 3 2 1 n x l

2I =
}


|
|
.
|

\
|
+ + +
+ + +
1
1
x x x
x x x
dx
6 3 2 1
6 3 2 1
n x l
=
( )
}

|
|
.
|

\
|
+ + +
+ + +
1
1
x x x
x x x x
dx
1 2 3 6
6 3 2 1 6
n x l
(Multiplying N
r
and D
r
by 6
x
)
=
}

1
1
2
dx 6 n x l
2I = 2 ln 6
}
1
0
2
dx x =
3
2
ln 6 I =
3
1
ln 6. Ans.]
Q.2 Let f : R R be a differentiable function such that f '(x) > f(x) x e R and f (x
0
) = 0, then
(A) f(x) < 0
0
x x > (B) f(x) > 0
0
x x > (C*) f(x) > 0
0
x x > (D) f(x) s 0
0
x x >
[Sol.
Let g(x) = e
x
f(x)
g'(x) = e
x
(f '(x) f(x)) > 0 R xe
x x
0
g
I
g(x) is increasing on R
g(x) > g(x
0
)
0
x x > e
x
f(x) >

0
0
x
) x ( f e
0

f(x) > 0
0
x x > [given f (x
0
) = 0]
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 2
Q.3 Let f(x) =

>
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
|
.
|

\
|
o +
+
=
<
+ | + o
0 x ,
x
x x
1
0 x , 3
0 x ,
x
5 x cos ) x sin x 1 (
x
1
2
3
2
If f(x) is continuous at x = 0, then the value of (o
2
+ |
2
+
2
+ e
2o
), is
(A) 8 (B) 10 (C) 12 (D*) 26
[Sol. Since f(x) is continuous at x = 0, so at x = 0, both left and right limits must exist and both must be
equal to 3.
Now,
2
x
5 x cos ) x sin x 1 ( + | + o
=
2
2
x
..... x
2
) 5 ( +
|
.
|

\
| |
o + + | + o
(Using series expansion of sin x and cos x)
If ) x ( f Lim
0 x

exist, then o + | + 5 = 0 and ) x ( f Lim


0 x

= 3
2
|
o = 3
o = 1, | = 4.
Since, 3
x
x x
1 Lim
x
1
2
3
0 x
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|
o +
+
+

0
x
x x
Lim
2
3
0 x
=
|
|
.
|

\
|
o +
+

Now,
( ) ) 1 ( x 1 Lim
x
1
0 x

+
+
= e
o
= 3 e
2o
= 9
Hence, o
2
+ |
2
+
2
+ e
2o
= ( 1)
2
+ ( 4)
2
+ (0)
2
+ (3)
2
= 1 + 16 + 0 + 9 = 26. Ans.]
Q.4 Number of values of x satisfying simultaneously
sin
1
x = 2 tan
1
x and tan
1
) 1 x ( x + cosec
1

2
x x 1 + =
2
t
, is
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C*) 2 (D) 3
Sol. Domain is x [1, 1]
Given, sin
1
x = 2tan
1
x

|
|
.
|

\
|

2
1
x 1
x
tan = |
.
|

\
|

2
1
x 1
x 2
tan

2
x 1
x 2

=
2
x 1
x 2

x = 0 or (1 x
2
)
2
= 4 (1 x
2
) (1 x
2
) (3 + x
2
) = 0
x = 1, 0, 1 .......(1)
tan
1
) 1 x ( x + cosec
1
2
x x 1 +
=
2
t
x(x 1) > 0 x x
2
> 0 x(x 1) = 0
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 3
x = 0, 1 .......(2)
Now, (1) (2) gives x = 0, 1
Hence, number of common solution are 2. Ans.]
Q.5 Tangent drawn to an ellipse 1
1
y
4
x
2 2
= + at the point with eccentric angle 30 cuts the director circle
of ellipse at P and Q. The area of triangle OPQ is (where O is origin)
(A*)
7
19 4
(B)
7
19 2
(C)
7
19 6
(D)
7
19 8
[Sol. Equation of tangent at M
|
.
|

\
|
2
1
, 3 is 3 x + 2y = 4
Also, distance of PQ from (0, 0) =
7
4
O
x
y
P
Q
M
x + y = 5
2 2
1
1
y
4
x
2 2
= +
|
.
|

\
|
2
1
, 3
Now, PQ = 2
7
16
5
= 2
7
19
\ Area of (AOPQ) =
7
19
2
7
4
2
1

=
7
19 4
. Ans.]
Q.6 The area bounded by the curve y = sin
1
x + cos
1
x + tan
1
|
.
|

\
|
x
1
+ tan
1
x, y-axis and
the line 2y = t (x + 1) is equal to
(A) t sq. units (B*)
2
t
sq. units (C)
3
t
sq. units (D)
4
t
sq. units
[Sol. f(x) = sin
1
x + cos
1
x + tan
1

|
.
|

\
|
x
1
+ tan
1
(x)
x e [ 1, 0) f(x) =
2 2
t
+ t
t
= 0
y
(1, )
(1,0) (1,0)
x
(0, /2)
x e (0, 1] f(x) =
t =
t
+
t
2 2
Required area (shaded region)
= 2
2
1
2 2
1 t
=
t

sq. units. Ans.]


MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 4
Q.7 The smallest positive root of the equation ( ) x 1 sin = x cos is
(A)
2
1
4
3
+
t
(B*)
2
1
4
7
+
t
(C)
2
1
4
11
+
t
(D)
2
1
4
+
t
[Sol. sin (1 x) = cos x (Also cos x > 0 and sin (1 x) > 0)
cos x =
|
.
|

\
|

t
) x 1 (
2
cos
\ x = 2nt
|
.
|

\
|
+
t
x 1
2
(+) Reject
() 2x = 2nt
2
t
+ 1
x = nt
4
t
+
2
1
n = 1 (out of domain)
n = 2 x =
2
1
4
7
+
t
B is correct.]
[PARAGRAPH TYPE]
Q.8 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for Question no. 8 to 10
Let P
1
be a plane containing two lines L
1
:
1
4 z
0
y
3
2 x

= =

and L
2
:
1
2 z
0
y
2
7 x
= =

P
2
be another plane containing a triangle whose vertices are (3, 2, 0), (2, 0, 0) and (0, 5, 0).
P is the point of intersection of L
1
= 0 and L
2
= 0.
Q.8 If M is the projection of the point P on the line P
1
= 0 = P
2
then area of triangle OPM is
(where 'O' is the origin)
(A)
2
34 5
sq. units (B)
34 5
sq. units (C*)
2
15
sq. units (D) 0 sq. units
Q.9 If acute angle between the lines L
1
= 0 and P
1
= 0 = P
2
is cot
1
() then is
(A*) 3 (B) 5 (C) 7 (D) 10
Q.10 Image of the line L
1
= 0 in the plane P
2
is
(A)
1
3 z
0
y
3
5 x

+
= =

(B)
1
3 z
0
y
3
5 x +
= =

(C*)
1
z
0
y
3
14 x
= =

(D)
1
z
0
y
3
14 x
= =

[Sol. L
1
:
1
4 z
0
y
3
2 x

= =

= l
(3l + 2, 0, l + 4)
L
2
:
1
2 z
0
y
2
7 x
= =

= r
(2r + 7, 0, + r + 2)
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 5
For point of intersection of L
1
= 0 & L
2
= 0
3l + 2 = 2r + 7 l + 4 = r + 2
3l + 2r = 5 (i) l + r = 2 (ii)
From (i) & (ii)
l = r = 1
P (5, 0, 3)
Equation of plane P
1
containing L
1
= 0 & L
2
= 0 is -
1 0 2
1 0 3
4 z y 2 x



= 0 y = 0
Plane P
1
is y = 0 i.e. z-x plane
Equation of plane P
2
containing points (3, 2, 0), (2, 0, 0) & (0, 5, 0) is z = 0 i.e. x-y plane.
Line of intersection of x-y plane & z-x plane is x-axis i.e.
0
z
0
y
1
x
= =
(i) Projection of the point P on the line P
1
= 0 = P
2
(x-axis) is M (5, 0, 0)
Area of AOPM
3 5
2
1
=

z
x
y
M(5, 0, 0)
P
4
O
(5, 0, 3)
z
2
=
2
15
Ans.
(ii) Acute angle between L
1
= 0 and P
1
= 0 = P
2
(x-axis)
cos u =
0 0 1 1 0 9
0 ) 1 ( 0 0 1 3
+ + + +
+ +
0 0, 1, : axis - x of s Dr'
1 0, 3, : 0 L of s Dr'
1
=
cos u =
10
3
cot u = 3 u = cot
1
3 = cot
1

= 3 Ans.
(ii) Image of the point (5, 0, 3) in the plane P
2
(x-y plane) is (5, 0, 3)
Point of intersection of the line L
1
= 0 with x-y plane is -
(3l + 2, 0 l + 4) l + 4 = 0 l = 4
(14, 0, 0)
Now line passing through (5, 0, 3) & (14, 0, 0) is
3
z
0
y
9
14 x
= =


1
z
0
y
3
14 x
= =

Ans. ]
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 6
[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.11 to Q.15 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
Q.11 Locus of the centre of the circle which touches the two circles x
2
+ y
2
+ 8x 9 = 0
and x
2
+ y
2
8x + 7 = 0 externally, is a conic whose
(A) eccentricity is 2 (B*) auxiliary circle is x
2
+ y
2
= 1
(C*) length of latus rectum is 30 (D*) co-ordinates of focus are (4, 0) and ( 4, 0)
[Sol. As, | cc
1
cc
2
| = | (r + r
1
) (r + r
2
) | = constant
where | r
1
r
2
| < c
1
c
2
locus of C is a hyperbola with foci c
1
and c
2
i.e., (4, 0) and (4, 0).
Also, 2a = | r
1
r
2
| = 2 a = 1
Now, e =
a 2
ae 2
=
2
8
= 4
C
2
C
1
(4, 0)
( 4, 0)
C
So, b
2
= 1
2
(4
2
1) = 15
Hence, locus of centre of circle is hyperbola, whose equation is
15
y
1
x
2 2
= 1.
Now, verify the options. Ans.]
Q.12 In the given figure AO (O being origin) is the median through the
vertex A of the triangle ABC. Also, given the two upward
parabolas P
1
and P
2
.
y
x
O
C
B
A
P
1
: y = x
2
+ 2px + q (p, q e R) is passing through A and has its vertex at B.
P
2
: y = ax
2
+ 2bx + 1 (a, b e R) is passing through A and has its vertex at C.
Which of the following is/are correct?
(A*) the sum of all the roots of the equation (x
2
+ 2px + q) (ax
2
+ 2bx + 1) = 0 is zero.
(B) ab > 0
(C*) p
2
1 = q
a
b
2
.
(D*) ap + b = 0.
Sol. Coordinates of B (p, q p
2
)
Coordinates of C
|
|
.
|

\
|

a
b
1 ,
a
b
2
Since mid point of B and C is origin. Hence
2
a
b
p
= 0 ap + b = 0 (D)
Similarly q p
2
+
a
b
1
2
= 0 (C)
Since a > 0 and abscissa of point C is positive. Hence
a
b
> 0 b is negative
Hence ab < 0 (Option B is false).
Sum of the roots of equation (x
2
+ 2px + q) (ax
2
+ 2bx + 1) = 0 is
|
.
|

\
|
+
a
b 2
p 2
= 2
|
.
|

\
|
+
a
b
p
=
|
.
|

\
|
a
2
(ap + b) = 0 (A) is true.
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 7
Q.13 The value of the constant term in the trinomial
10
2
2
2
x
1
x
|
.
|

\
|
+
is also equal to
(A) number of different dissimiliar terms in (x
1
+ x
2
+ ......... + x
10
)
10
.
(B*) (
10
C
0
)
2
+ (
10
C
1
)
2
+ (
10
C
2
)
2
+ ........ + (
10
C
10
)
2
(C*) coefficient of x
10
in (1 x)
20
.
(D) number of linear arrangements of 20 things of which 10 alike of one kind and rest all are different.
[Sol.
514/bin

10
2
2
2
x
1
x
|
.
|

\
|
+
=
20
x
1
x
|
.
|

\
|

[11th, 02-01-2011,P-2, PQ]
T
r + 1
=
20
C
r

x
20 r
(1)
r

r
x
1
=
20
C
r

x
20 2r
(1)
r
20 2r = 0 r = 10
So, term independent of x =
20
C
10
. Now verify alternatives. Ans.]
Q.14 Let f(x) be a non-constant differentiable function satisfying f(x) = x
2
( )
}
+
1
0
2
dt x ) t ( f .
Then which of the following is/are correct ?
(A*) f(x) is monotonic.
(B*) ( )
( ) x 3 cosec
3
4
x
) x ( f Lim
t

is equal to
t
1
e .
(C*) Derivative of f(x) w.r.t ln x at x = 1 is equal to 3.
(D) Area bounded by f(x) and co-ordinate axes is
3
2
.
[Sol. f(x) = x
2

} } }

1
0
1
0
1
0
2 2
dt x dt ) t ( f x 2 dt ) t ( f
f(x) = x
2
+ A + 2Bx x
2
= A + 2Bx
A =
( )
} }
+ =
1
0
1
0
2 2
dt Bt 2 A dt ) t ( f
B = ( )
} }
+ =
1
0
1
0
dt Bt 2 A dt ) t ( f
f(x) = 3x 3
Now verify all the option. Ans.]
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 8
Q.15 Which of the following statement(s) is/are true?
(A) Two disjoint events E and F defined on S are such that P(E) = 0 and P(F) = 0
can be independent.
(B*) The events E, F E and F E defined on a sample space S are exhaustive.
(C*) If ( ) F E P > P(E) then ( ) E F P > P(F).
(D) Probability that a positive integer randomly selected will not be divisible by 2 and 3 is
2
1
.
[Sol.
(A) disjoint mutually exclusive
Two mutually exclusive events E and F with P(E) and P(F) > 0 cannot be independent
(B) P(E) + ) F E ( P + ) F E ( P = P(E) + P(F) P(E F) + ) F E ( P = 1 Exhaustive
(C) ( ) F E P > P(E) or
) F ( P
) F E ( P
> P(E) ......(1)
Now,
) E ( P
) E F ( P
>
) E ( P
) F ( P ) E ( P
> P(F) (C) is correct.
(D) Every element of set of positive integer can be of the form 6n, 6n + 1, ......., 6n + 5.
But favourable are 6n + 1 or 6n + 5.
So, required probability =
6
2
=
3
1
. Ans.]
PART-C
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
Q.1 In triangle ABC, if Z C =
8
t
, a =
2
and b = 2 2 + , then find the value of (abc)
2
.
[Note : All symbols used have usual meaning in triangle ABC.]
[Ans. 4]
[Sol.
706/ph-3
Applying cosine rule, 2ab cosC = a
2
+ b
2
c
2

2 2

2 2 +
cos
8
t
= 2 + 2 +
2
c
2
using cos
8
t
=
2
2 2 +

( )
2
2 2 2 2
/
+ /
= 4 +
2
c
2
c
2
= 2
2
c =
2 2
Hence abc= ( ) |
.
|

\
|
|
.
|

\
|
+ 2 2 2 2 2 = 2 (abc)
2
= 4 Ans.]
Q.2 Find the number of different non-singular matrices of the form
(
(

w w 0
b 1 1
c a 1
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 9
where w = e
iu
and a, b, c e {z : z
4
1 = 0}. [Ans. 55]
[Sol. A =
(
(

w w 0
b 1 1
c a 1
| A | = w(1 + b a c) = 0 (for non-singular matrices)
1 + b = a + c
Now total matrices = 4 4 4 = 64 and 1 + b = a + c
2
2
4
1
i
i
1
i
1
i
i
1
i
i
i
1
1
i
i
1
1
1
1 1 1
c a b
)
`

)
`

Total possibility = 9
Total possibility of 1 + b = a + c are 9
Hence 64 9 = 55 Ans.]
Q.3
14
PQ, a variable chord of the parabola y
2
= 4x subtends a right angle at the vertex. The tangents at P and
Q meet at T and the normals at those points meet at N. If the locus of the mid point of TN is a parabola,
whose length of latus rectum is L, then find the value of 2L. [Ans. 25]
[Sol. 2
2
2
2
1
1
at
at 2
at
at 2

= 1
t
1
t
2
= 4
M
T
90
Q(t )
2
P(t )
1
at t , a(t + t )
1 2 1 2
O
N
x
y
(
h
,

k
)
Now T a t
1
t
2
, a(t
1
+ t
2
)
and N a ) 2 t t t t (
2 1
2
2
2
1
+ + + , a t
1
t
2
(t
1
+ t
2
)
Hence 2h = a((t
1
+ t
2
)
2
+ 2)
& 2k = a(t
1
+ t
2
) (1 t
1
t
2
)
2k = 5a(t
1
+ t
2
)
t
1
+ t
2
=
a 5
k 2
2h =
(
(

+ |
.
|

\
|
2
a 5
k 2
2
2h =
(

+
2
2 2
a 25
a 50 k 4
y
2
=
2
25
(x 1)
Hence latus rectum =
2
25
2L = 25 Ans.]
Q.4 Bowl A has 6 red balls and 4 blue balls. 5 balls are drawn simultaneously and kept in a bowl B which
was empty. Now a ball is randomly taken out from the bowl B and found to be blue. If the probability
that 2 red and 3 blue balls were transferred from bowl A to B is ( ) n m where m and n are
relatively prime, find (m + n). [Ans. 0019]
[Sol. Bowl A
6R
4B
5 balls
Put in
Bowl B
Let A : One ball drawn from the bowl B found to be blue.
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 10
B
1
: 1 R + 4 B from bowl A to B.
B
2
: 2 R + 3 B from bowl A to B.
B
3
: 3 R + 2 B from bowl A to B.
B
4
: 4 R + 1 B from bowl A to B.
B
5
: 5 R + 0 B from bowl A to B.
P (B
1
) =
5
10
4
4
1
6
C
C C
=
5
10
C
6
; P (B
2
) =
5
10
3
4
2
6
C
C C
=
5
10
C
60
; P (B
3
) =
5
10
2
4
3
6
C
C C
=
5
10
C
120
P (B
4
) =
5
10
1
4
4
6
C
C C
=
5
10
C
60
; P (B
5
) =
5
10
0
4
5
6
C
C C
=
5
10
C
6
( )
1
B A P =
5
4
; ( )
2
B A P =
5
3
; ( )
3
B A P =
5
2
; ( )
4
B A P =
5
1
; ( )
5
B A P = 0
( ) A B P
2
=
( ) ( )
( ) ( )

=
5
1 i
i i
2 2
B A P B P
B A P B P
( ) A B P
2
=
12 48 36
5
24
36
+ + +
=
1 4 3
5
2
3
+ + +
=
5
40 2
3
+
=
42
15
=
14
5

n
m
Hence (m + n) = 19. Ans.]
Q.5 Let the complex number z satisfies the inequalities | 3 z | log | 3 z | log
2
2
1
i + > 0,
4
) 1 z ( amp
t
s + i
and | z | s 5. If area of common region in which complex number z lies is
b
a
t where a, b are
relatively prime numbers then find the value of (a + b). [Ans. 641]
[Sol. log
2
| z 3 | > log
2
| z 3 | > 0
log
2
| z 3i | > log
2
| z 3 | (z = 3, 3i)
put z = x + iy
| z 3i | > | z 3 |
| x + i (y 3) | > | x 3 + iy |
x
2
+ (y 3)
2
> (x 3)
2
+ y
2
x > y
| amp ( z ( 1 + i)) | s
4
t
(3, 0)
(5, 0)
(0, 2)
(1, 1)
A
| z | = 5
O
B
(0, 5)
x
y
x = y
y > x
x > y
4
t
s amp (z (1 + i)) s
4
t
Region enclosed by z satisfying all the three given inequalities is sector AOB in which point (3, 0) and the
points on the line segment OB are not included.
Area of the sector AOB = Area of quater circle =
4
25t
=
16
625
t
a + b = 625 + 16 = 641. Ans.]
MATHEMATICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 11
Q.6 For a posi ti ve constant t, l et o and | are the roots of the equation x
2
+ t
2
x 2t = 0. If the minimum
value of dx
1 1
x
1
x
2
1
2 2 }

|
|
.
|

\
|
o|
+
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
+
|
.
|

\
|
o
+ is
c
b
a + . (where b and c are coprime), then find the
value of (a + b + c). [Ans. 0020]
[Sol. If o and | are the roots of x
2
+ t
2
x 2t = 0, then we have
o + | = t
2
and o| = 2t
so that
2
2
2
2 2
) (
2 ) (
) ( o|
o| | + o
=
o|
| + o
=
t
1
4
t
2
+
and
t 2
1
t 4
1 1
) (
1
2 2
=
o|
+
o|
.
Now, I =
dx
1 1
x
1
x
2
1
2 2 }

|
|
.
|

\
|
o|
+
|
|
.
|

\
|
|
+
|
.
|

\
|
o
+
=
dx
t 2
1
t 4
1
x
t
1
4
t
x
2
1
2
2
2
}

(
(

|
.
|

\
|
+
|
|
.
|

\
|
+ +
=
3
t 4
3
8
t 3
2
2
+ +
.
Now
2
2
t 4
3
8
t 3
+
>
32
6
=
4
2 3
(Using A.M. > G.M.)
Hence, I >
8
9
+ 3
Hence a = 3, b = 9 and c = 8.

a + b + c = 20. Ans.]
PHYSICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 1
PART-A
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.7 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
3 Marks (1)
Q.1 A uniform disk, hoop, and solid sphere each of mass m and radius r are rolled up a ramp without
slipping. All starting with the same center of mass velocity v
cm
. Rank the order of the maximum height h
that each object reaches.
(A) h
disk
> h
hoop
> h
sphere
(B*) h
hoop
> h
disk
> h
sphere
(C) h
sphere
> h
disk
> h
hoop
(D) h
hoop
> h
sphere
> h
disk
Q.2 A block of mass 1 kg lies on a horizontal surface in a truck. The coefficient of static friction between the
block and the surface is 0.6. If the acceleration of the truck is 5 m/s
2
, the frictional force acting on the
block is :
(A) 0.5 N (B*) 5 N (C) 6 N (D) 10 N
Q.3 A long cylindrical wire of radius R carries a current I uniformly distributed throughout its interior.Which
plot best represents the magnitude of the magnetic field as a function of r, the distance from the center of
the wire?
(A*)
O R 2R
Field
r
(B)
O R 2R
Field
r
(C)
O R 2R
Field
r
(D)
O R 2R
Field
r
Q.4 Sudbury's Creighton mine is one of the deepest mine in the world (depth = 2.07 km). In this mine the
conditions as compared to those at the surface are,
(A) lower air pressure, higher acceleration due to gravity
(B*) higher air pressure, lower acceleration due to gravity
(C) higher air pressure, higher acceleration due to gravity
(D) lower air pressure, lower acceleration due to gravity
[Sol. P
1
A = P
2
A + mg P
1
> P
2
P
1
P
2
]
Q.5 A 5 10
6
coulomb electric point charge is placed midway between two parallel long metal plates
connected to a 9-volt battery. If the electric charge experiences a force of 1.5 10
4
newtons, what is
the separation of the metal plates?
(A) 2.7 10
4
m (B) 3.7 10
3
m (C*) 0.30 m (D) 3.3 m
[Sol. F = qE = 5 10
6

d
9
= 1.5 10
4
; d =
4
6
10 5 . 1
10 45

= 0.30 m ]
Q.6 Four very long straight thin wires carry equal electric currents in the +z direction. They intersect the x-y
plane at (x, y) = (a, 0), (0, a), (a, 0) and (0, a). The magnetic force exerted on the wire at position
(a, 0) is along
(A) +y (B) y (C*) +x (D) x
PHYSICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 2
[Sol.
y
x
+ve x-direction. ]
Q.7 Two beams of light having intensities I and 4I interfere to produce a fringe pattern on the screen. Phase
difference between the beams is
2
t
at point A and t at point B. Then the difference between resultant
intensities at A and B is
(A) I (B) 2I (C) 3I (D*) 4I
[Sol. I
A
= I + 4I +
2
I 4 2
cos
2
t
= 5I ; I
B
= I + 4I +
2
I 4 2
cos t = I ; I
A
I
B
= 4I ]
[PARAGRAPH TYPE]
Q.8 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
3 Questions 3 Marks (1)
Paragraph for question nos. 8 to 10
The energy-level scheme for the hypothetical one electron element Bansalium is shown in figure. The
potential energy is taken to be zero for an electron at an infinite distance from the nucleus.
2eV n = 4
5eV n = 3
10eV n = 2
20eV n = 1
Q.8 A sample of atoms Bansalium are in all the 3 excited state shown above. What is the possible wavelength
that can be emitted by atom in visible range ?
(A*) 414 nm (B) 620 nm (C) 124 nm (D) 920 nm
[Sol. n = 4 3 E = 3eV =
3
1242
= 414 nm ]
Q.9 If a Bansalium atom is in ground state, which of the following photons cannot excite the atom to a higher
state ?
(A) 10 eV (B) 15 eV (C) 18 eV (D*) 12 eV
[Sol. AE = exactly the energy difference ]
Q.10 If photons emitted from Bansalium transitions n = 4 n = 2 and from n = 2 n = 1 will eject
photoelectrons from an unknown metal but the photon emitted from the transition n = 3 n = 2 will not,
what are the limits (maximum and minimum possible values) of the work function of the metal ?
(A) 8 eV < | < 10 eV (B) 5 eV < | < 10 eV
(C*) 5 eV < | < 8 eV (D) 5 eV < | < 12 eV
[Sol. E
4 2
= 8eV
E
2 1
= 10 eV
| < 8eV
E
3 2
= 5eV
| > 5eV ]
PHYSICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 3
[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.11 to Q.15 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
5 Question 4 Marks
Q.11 In the given circuit,

~
R = 5O
V =30 volt
C
V =20 volt
L
1A
(A*) current leads the voltage, (emf of source) in phase
(B) voltage (emf of source) leads the current in phase.
(C*) power factor of the circuit is
5
1
(D) Applied voltage (emf of source) is 15 V.
[Sol. Current leads the voltage
i V
R
V
0
V V
C L
V
0
=
2
R
2
C L
V ) V V ( +
=
25 100+
=
5 5
V P.F. =
0
R
V
V
=
5 5
5
=
5
1
]
Q.12 A satellite of mass m orbits a planet of mass M in a circular orbit of radius R. The time required for one
revolution is
(A) independent of M (B) proportional to m
(C*) proportional to R
3/2
(D) proportional to R
2
[Sol. T
2
=
GM
4
2
t
R
3
; T =
GM
2t
R
3/2
]
Q.13 A ray of light from a denser medium strikes the plane boundary of a rarer medium at an angle of incidence
I. The angle of refraction is r. If the reflected and the refracted rays are mutually perpendicular, the critical
angle of the medium is
(A) sin
1
(cot I) (B*) sin
1
(tan I) (C*) sin
1
(cot r) (D) sin
1
(tan r)
[Sol. r = 90 I
r
I
I
sin I = 1 sin r = cos I
= cot I
sin Q
C
= 1 sin 90
sin Q
C
= 1
sin Q
C
=

1
= tan I ; Q
C
= sin
1
(tan I) = sin
1
(cot r) ]
Q.14 A block connected to a spring executes simple harmonic motion. When the block is found at position
(from mean position) x =
2
x
max
then
(A) speed= v
max
/ 2 (B*) speed=
3
v
max
/ 2
(C) acceleration =
3
a
max
/ 2 (D*) acceleration = a
max
/ 2
PHYSICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 4
[Sol. v = e
2
2
2
A
A |
.
|

\
|

=
2
3
v
max
; a = e
2
x =
2
A
2
e
=
2
a
max
]
Q.15 According to the principles of newtonian physics, which of the following depend on the frame of reference?
(A) Real Force (B) Time elapsed in an event (C*) Workdone by force
(D*) Kinetic energy
PART-C
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
6 Quesion 5 Marks
Q.1 An air bubble of radius r = 3mm moves up in a viscous liquid with a constant velocity v = 0.7 cm/sec.
If the density of the liquid is 1.75 gm/cc. Find the viscosity of liquid (in poise). Neglect the density of air
in comparison to that of the liquid. [Ans. 50 poise]
[Sol. 6tqrv = B =
3
4
tr
3
P
L
g ; q =
9
2
r
2

v
g P
L
=
9
2

7 . 0
1000 75 . 1 ) 9 . 0 (
2

= 50 poise ]
Q.2 A solid hemisphere rests in equilibrium on a rough ground and against a smooth wall. The curved surface
touches the wall and the ground. The angle of inclination of the circular base (flat surface) to the horizontal
is 30, Find minimum coefficient of friction required between ground and hemisphere. Fill the value of
32 in OMR sheet. [Ans. 0006]
[Sol. f = mg
8
R 3
cos 60
30
60
mg
3R/8
30
N
1
N
2
60
N
2
= f
N
1
= mg
f =
16
mg 3
f s N
1
>
16
3
32 = 6 ]
PHYSICS
XIII (XYZ) Final Test [Paper-I] Page # 5
Q.3 The figure shows two circuits with a charged capacitor that is to be discharged through a resistor as
shown. The initial charge on capacitors is
1
2
q
q
= 2. If both switches are closed at t = 0, the charges
become equal at 10
4
ln2 sec. Find the resistance R (in O). [Ans.0006]
q
1
q
1
5F
5O
q
2
q
2
10/3F
R
[Sol. q = q
1
1 1
C R
t
e

= q
2
2 2
C R
t
e

;
2
1
q
q
=
|
|
.
|

\
|

2 2 1 1
C R
1
C R
1
t
e ; R = 6 O ]
Q.4 A wooden block of mass 0.6 kg of size 10 cm 10 cm 10 cm is floating over an unknown liquid as
shown in the figure
4 cm
How much minimum mass (in gm) should be kept on the wooden block so that it completely submerges
into liquid ? [Ans. 0400 ]
[Sol. P
L
6 10
2
g = 600 g; mg + 600 g = P
L
1000 g ; m = 1000 600 = 400 gm
Q.5 A spherical black body of diameter 0.10 m is held at constant temperature. If the power radiated by the
body (emiissive power) is 5.67 t 10
2
Js
1
, the temperature of the body (in K) is [Ans. 1000 ]
[Sol.
dt
dE
= oATT
4
; T
4
=
) 10 67 . 5 ( ) 05 . 0 ( 4
) 10 67 . 5 (
8 2
2

t
t
= 10
12
[A = 4tr
2
]
T = 1000 K ]
Q.6 A uniformly wound solenoidal coil of self-inductance 1.8 10
4
henry and resistance 6 ohms is broken
up into two identical coils. These identical coils are then connected in parallel across a 12 volt battery of
negligible resistance. The time constant for the current in the circuit is x 10
5
seconds. Fill the value of
x in OMR. [Ans. 0003 ]
[Sol. L
1
= L
2
=
2
L
= 9 10
5
H ; R
1
= R
2
=
2
R
= 3O ;
eq
L
1
=
1
L
1
+
2
L
1
L
eq
=
2
L
1
=
2
9
10
5
H
eq
R
1
=
1
R
1
+
2
R
1
R
eq
=
2
R
1
= 1.5 O ; t =
R
L
=
2
3
10
2
9
5

= 3 10
5
sec. ]
CHEMISTRY
XIII (XYZ) Final test [Paper-I] Page # 1
PART-A
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.7 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1 Which of the crystal system has none of the interfacial angle equal to 90?
(A) Hexagonal (B*) Trigonal (C) Monoclinic (D) Orthorhombic
Q.2 The minimum number of 90 angles between hybrid orbitals is observed in
(A) sp
3
d
2
(B) d
2
sp
3
(C*) dsp
2
(D) sp
3
d
[Sol. (A)
A
Hybridisation : sp
3
d
Number of angles at 90 = 12
2
x x
x x
x
x
90
90
(B)
A
Hybridisation : sp
3
d
2
Number of angles at 90 = 12
x x
x x
x
x
(C)
A
Hybridisation : sp
2
d
Number of angles at 90 = 4
x x
x x
90
(D)
A
x
x
x
x
Hybridisation : sp
3
d
Number of angles at 90=6
x 120
90
]
Q.3
O O
| | | |
H C C Cl
A

) excess ( NaOH
(A) COONa C H
| |
O
(B*)
COONa
|
COONa
+
COONa
|
OH CH
2
(C)
O
| |
COONa C Cl +
O
| |
OH CH C Cl
2
(D)
OH
|
COONa C H
|
Cl

[Sol. Cl C C H HO C C H
Na O C C ONa
+ +
Na O C CH OH
+
2

Cl C C H
O O
O O
O O
O
O
more
reactive
OH
O
OH
NaOH Cannizaro
+
]
CHEMISTRY
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Q.4 Which of the following ideal aqueous solution will show maximum boiling point?
(A) 0.5 M NaCl showing 50% dissociation.
(B*) 0.3 M K
2
Fe[Fe(CN)
6
]
(C) 1 M Glucose solution
(D) 1 mole of AgCl is mixed with 0.5 l of H
2
O
Q.5
equivalent 1
/ SO H HNO
4 2 3

A +
(A)
A

ONa CH
3
(B).
Product (B) is
(A) (B) (C*) (D)
[Sol.
A

+
4 2 3
SO H HNO
Ar
N
S ,
ONa CH
3
A

]
Q.6 Statement-1 :
7
N
15
is a |emitter.
Statement-2 : |emission decreases n/p ratio and increases stability if n/p is greater than 1 for lower
atomic number.
(A*) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is correct explanation for statement-1.
(B) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is true and statement-2 is NOT the correct explanation for statement-1.
(C) Statement-1 is true, statement-2 is false. (D) Statement-1 is false, statement-2 is true.
Q.7 Incorrect statement about given carbohydrate is
OH OH
H H
H
OH
H
CH OH
2
O
O
OH
H OH
H
OH
H
O
H
CH OH
2
(A) Above compound is a reducing sugar. (B) Above compound undergo mutarotation.
(C*) Above compound is a non-reducing sugar.(D) Above compound has a glycosidic linkage.
[Sol.
OH OH
H H
H
OH
H
CH OH
2
O
O
OH
H OH
H
OH
H
O
H
CH OH
2
Glycosidic
linkage
Due to this it will be reducing sugar
the ring can open into aldehydic
form and it can undergo mutarotation.
]
CHEMISTRY
XIII (XYZ) Final test [Paper-I] Page # 3
[PARAGRAPH TYPE]
Q.8 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for question nos. 8 to 10
Covalent compounds undergo hydrolysis either via S
N
1 (unimolecular nucleophilic substitution) or via
S
N
2 (Bimolecular nucleophilic substitution) mechanism. For S
N
2 mechanism, within the molecule atom
should have at least one vaccant orbital, if it is not there then hydrolysis takes place via S
N
1 mechanism
(dissociative step) in drastic conditions.
Q.8 What are the hydrolysis product(s) of BeCl
2
?
(I) [Be(OH)
4
]
2
(II) Be(OH)
2
(III) HCl (IV) BeH
2
(A) I, II, III (B*) II, III (C) I, III (D) II, III and IV
Sol.
ClBeCl ClBeOH H O
2
sp
+
slow HCl
HCl
Fast
Be
B
Cl
Cl
Cl
OH
OH
2
OH
2
+
+
H O
2
Be(OH)
2
[Be(OH) ]
2 n
or
white ppt
OH
[Be(OH) ]
4
2
Beryllate ion is formed in basic medium
]
Beryllate ion is formed in basic medium.
Q.9 Least probable product formed on hydrolysis of BCl
3
, would be
(A*) [B(OH)
4
] (B) HCl (C) B(OH)
3
(D) None of these
[Sol. BCl
3
+ 3H
2
O H
3
BO
3
+ 3HCl
H
3
BO
3
+ 2H
2
O H
3
O
+
+

4
) OH ( B
During the hydrolysis of BCl
3
the medium becomes acidic due to formation of HCl hence in the presence
HCl feasibility of second reaction i.e. formation of [Be(OH)
4
]

is least.]
Q.10 CCl
4
is inert towards hydrolysis under ordinary conditions because
(I) No vaccant orbital on attacking site of C-atom is present.
(II) H
2
O molecule can not approach carbon due to steric crowding.
(III) Bond dissociation energy of CCl bond is highest.
(IV) CCl
4
is non-polar and does not react with polar H
2
O molecules.
Select correct code:
(A) I, II and IV (B) I and IV (C*) I and II (D) I, II, III and IV
[Sol. (i) Under ordinary condition, H
2
O molecule can not approach to the vaccant antibonding M.O. of
ClCl bond (yet having low energy) due to steric crowding over central carbon atom.
(ii) CCl bond dissociation energy is not very high as its magnitude is less than that of CF. ]
CHEMISTRY
XIII (XYZ) Final test [Paper-I] Page # 4
[MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.11 to Q.15 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
Q.11 For 0.1 M
+
Cl NH H C
3 5 6
, 0.1 M KCl, 0.1 M Glucose and 0.1 M Na
2
C
2
O
4
aqueous solution:
(A*) The solution with highest boiling point is 0.1 M Na
2
C
2
O
4
.
(B) The solution with highest freezing point is 0.1 M Na
2
C
2
O
4
.
(C*) 0.1 M C
6
H
5
NH
3
Cl and 0.1 M NaCl are isotonic at same temperature (assume complete dissociation).
(D*) 0.1 M glucose solution has highest vapour pressure at given temperature.
Q.12 Which of the following specie(s) is / are having only one corner shared per tetrahedron?
(A*)
6
7 2
O Si (B*)
2
7 2
O Cr (C*)
2
7 2
O S (D)
6
9 3
O Si
[Sol. (A)
O O O
O O
O O
Si Si
(B)
O O O
O O
O O
Cr Cr
(C)
O O O
O O
O O
S
S
(D) or
Si
Si Si
O
O
O
O
O
O O
O O
]
Q.13
H
H
Me
Me
Incorrect statement about this compound is:
(A) It shows geometrical isomerism. (B*) It posses centre of symmetry.
(C) It posses plane of symmetry. (D) It shows optical isomerism.
[Sol.
H
H
Me
Me
It can show GI It do not posses COS
It posses POS It can show OI (it is meso isomer) ]
Q.14 Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct with respect to behaviour of real gas?
(A*) For every Vander Waal gas at critical condition, attractive forces will be dominant.
(B*) The liquid and gaseous state can be distinguished only if the temperature is below the gas's critical
temperature.
(C*) At very high pressures, real gases occupy greater volume as compared to ideal gas having same
moles at same temperature and exerting same pressure.
(D*) For a real gas, the 'y' intercept of
T
PV
m
Vs P curve where 'P' represents pressure (in atm) , V
m
represents molar volume and 'T' represents temperature in kelvin is equal to 0.0821 atm-litre/mol-
Kelvin.
CHEMISTRY
XIII (XYZ) Final test [Paper-I] Page # 5
Q.15

+
H
(A)

4
NaBH
(B)
A

+
H
(C) (major).
Product (C) is
(A) (B) (C*) (D)
[Sol.
O H
H
2






H



H

O H
H
2



]
PART-C
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.6 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
Q.1 1 l H
2
O
2
solution having 1 M concentration was left open causing first order decay of H
2
O
2
with rate
constant equal to 6.93 10
2
sec
1
. If after 20 sec, the solution is reacted with excess of I(aq) forming
I
2
(g) with water, then calculate the amount of energy released in kJ. [Ans. 50]
[Assume no change in volume of H
2
O
2
solution]
Given Data :
mole / kJ 200 ) aq ( O H H
2 2
o
f
= A
;
mole / kJ 60 ) aq ( I H
o
f
= A
mole / kJ 60 ) g ( I H
2
o
f
= A
; kJ 290 ) , O H ( H
2
o
f
= A
Q.2 How many geometrical isomer(s) is / are formed by the complex of the type [Ma
2
bcde] where, M is the
central metal and a,b,c,d and e are unidentate ligands?
If your answer is 2, write the answer as 0002. [Ans. 9]
Q.3 (a) How many alkenes on catalytic reduction will produce the alkane, ?
(b)
OH

A

3 2
O Al
Total number of alkenes produced.
Write answer of part (a) and (b) in the same order and present the two digit number as
answer in OMR sheet. For example : If the answers (a) is 9 and (b) is 5, then fill as 0905 in
OMR sheet. [Ans. 0503]
Q.4 When a graph is plotted between
m
x
log
and log P, it is a straight line with an angle 45 and an intercept
of 0.3010 on 'y' axis. If initial pressure is 0.3 atm, then what will be the amount of gas (in gm) adsorbed
on 10 gm of absorbent . [Ans. 0006]
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Q.5 How many reactions among them will produce homodiatomic molecules ?
(i) NH
4
Cl

A
(ii) (NH
4
)
2
Cr
2
O
7

A
(iii) PtCl
4

A
(iv) NaN
3

A
(v) CaCO
3

A
(vi) Microcosmic salt

A
(vii) Al
2
O
3

A
(viii) HgO

A
(ix) Pb(NO
3
)
2

A [Ans.0005]
Q.6
3
H N
+
CH(R) CO
2
H has its Ka
1
= 10
7
. The isoelectric point of the o-amino acid occur at
pH = 8.2. If pKa
2
of the conjugate acid of o-amino acid is equal to X, then what will be the value of
10X?[Hint: If pKa
2
is 2.4 write 0024 in OMR sheet] [Ans. 0094]
[Sol. Isoelectric pH of a aminoacid =
2
2 1
a a
pK pK +
8.2 =
2
7
2
a
pK +

2
a
pK = 16.4 7 = 9.4 ]