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Test - 4 (Answers & Hints)

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TEST - 4
ANSWERS
PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

MATHEMATICS

1.

(1)

31.

(1)

61.

(2)

2.

(4)

32.

(3)

62.

(4)

3.

(2)

33.

(4)

63.

(3)

4.

(2)

34.

(3)

64.

(3)

5.

(3)

35.

(1)

65.

(1)

6.

(2)

36.

(2)

66.

(4)

7.

(1)

37.

(2)

67.

(2)

8.

(4)

38.

(3)

68.

(2)

9.

(1)

39.

(1)

69.

(1)

10.

(2)

40.

(2)

70.

(4)

11.

(3)

41.

(3)

71.

(3)

12.

(1)

42.

(2)

72.

(3)

13.

(2)

43.

(1)

73.

(4)

14.

(3)

44.

(3)

74.

(2)

15.

(3)

45.

(3)

75.

(4)

16.

(4)

46.

(4)

76.

(2)

17.

(4)

47.

(4)

77.

(1)

18.

(1)

48.

(4)

78.

(4)

19.

(3)

49.

(1)

79.

(2)

20.

(1)

50.

(4)

80.

(1)

21.

(2)

51.

(2)

81.

(2)

22.

(3)

52.

(3)

82.

(1)

23.

(4)

53.

(1)

83.

(3)

24.

(1)

54.

(3)

84.

(1)

25.

(2)

55.

(4)

85.

(1)

26.

(3)

56.

(2)

86.

(1)

27.

(4)

57.

(4)

87.

(4)

28.

(3)

58.

(2)

88.

(3)

29.

(1)

59.

(3)

89.

(3)

30.

(2)

60.

(2)

90.

(4)

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PART - A (PHYSICS)
1.

Answer (1)
0 =
=

5.

Answer (3)

2m

1200 2
rad/s = 40 rad/s
60

O
CM
m
Applying conservation of angular momentum,

0 64
=
= 4 rad/s2
t
16

K.E. =

Answer (4)

mR 2
9mR 2
=I+
2
18

I=

6.

7.

aCM

L 3g
=
2
4

mg R = maCM

gh
3

mg R =

R=

3mg
4

8.

m L 3mg
=
2
2
2

R = mg +

m2L 5
= mg
2
2

N2

mg
4

Smooth
f

v
2

Rough O
N2 = f, N1 = mg

h
x

mv

N1

mg

L=

mg + m2 L
2

Answer (4)

Answer (2)

v
2

v
5a

Answer (1)

mg

3
2
= mv
5

1 mL2 2 mgL
=
2 3
2

3g
2L

aCM =

30ma

1
1 mR 2 v 2
3
mv 2 +
= mv 2
2
2
2 2 R
4

v =2

6mva

Answer (2)
mgh =

8mR 2
= 4mR 2
2

v2
1
(30ma 2 )
25a 2
2

Answer (2)
mgL mL2
=
=

2
3

6mva = 30ma2

1152

=
= 576
2
2

mR 2
4R 2
9mR 2
=I +
+ m
9
18
2

4.

8m(6a )2
m
2mva + 4mva =
+ 2ma 2 + 2
12
4a

2 02 (104 )2 (40)2
=
= 1152 rad
2
2(4 )

Number of turns N =

3.

2v

2m

2 = 02 + 2

2.

2a

= 0 + t

2a
O

3120 2
rad/s = 104 rad/s
60

L=

Rotational equilibrium w.r.t. O,


N2L sin = mg

mv v 2 /2
mv 3
=
2 2g
4 2g

N2 = f =

L
cos
2

mg cot
cot
N1 = mg
2
2

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Answer (1)

18. Answer (1)

4
Gmr
3

F =

v=

m
10. Answer (2)

3Gm 2
a

4
x
F cos = FR = Gmr
r
3

FR = Gm x
3

Comparing with the result,


19. Answer (3)

E=
20

E=

ve =

= 2G
2
4G

If m remains same, and R becomes

11. Answer (3)


2GM
R

ve =

v e m0

20. Answer (1)


Since I = ICM + md2

1 Gm
R =
2 R2

v0 =

Gm
=
2R

K.E. =

1
1 mgR mgR
mv 2 =
=
2
2 2
4

gR
2

IBB is least
21. Answer (2)

F
Uniform ring

13. Answer (2)


x
2h

g0 1
= g0 1 R
R

2h x
=
R
R

x = 2h

Based on principle of conservation of angular


momentum.

Gm
Gm
, v2 =
r1
r2

v2 > v1

16. Answer (4)


g=

Smooth
Since relative acceleration of point of contact of the
body performing rolling w.r.t. base is zero. So,
friction is static.

Since is same for girls as well boys.


So, frequency =

15. Answer (3)

Since r1 > r2

Ring rolls

22. Answer (3)

14. Answer (3)

v1 =

R
2

v e = 2v e

12. Answer (1)

2Gm
R

At centre, r = 0

23. Answer (4)


vB (20)
vG (10)

4
Gr , r R
3

g=0

17. Answer (4)


aCM = g independent of masses

is same for both.


2

vB
= 2 :1
vG

24. Answer (1)


f Number of turns per unit time
Area swept per unit time = r2f

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25. Answer (2)

Test - 4 (Answers & Hints)


29. Answer (1)

v2
P

d1

d2

v1

I=

Applying conservation of angular momentum,


mv1d1 = mv2d2

v2 =

v1d1
d2

2
2

2 R 2 R
m + m + m(2R )2

5 2 5 2

21
mR 2
5

30. Answer (2)

26. Answer (3)


v0 =

dx
A

Gm 1 2
g
R =R
2 R +h
R
+h
R

Gm
=
(R + h )

27. Answer (4)


v0 =

x=0

GM
r

x=l

GMm
= mv 02
r

( x ) = +

GMm GMm 1
=
+ mv 2
r
R
2

x (4 )
l

( x ) =

l + 3x
l

mv 02 =
v 02 =
v2 =

GMm 1
+ mv 2
2
R

dm = xadx

Gm v 2
+
R
2

dI = dmx 2 =

2Gm
2v 02 = v e2 2v 02
R

I=

v = v e2 2v 02

x =l

x =0

mg l mg l
1 ml 2
=

cos 60 +
2
2
2 3

3g
2l

13
al 3
12

Now, M = dm =

1 ml 2 2 mg l
=
2 3
4

a(l + 3 x ) 2
x dx
l

dI =

28. Answer (3)

B
x

al =

60
30

I=

5
al
2

2
M
5

2 2 13
ml
= 13 kg-m2
5
12

PART - B (CHEMISTRY)
31. Answer (1)
Adiabatic, since Q = 0.
32. Answer (3)
Since thermodynamic parameters remain same with
the passage of time.
33. Answer (4)
Heat capacity depends upon mass of the system.
34. Answer (3)
U is path-independent.

35. Answer (1)


Reversibility can be achieved in a closed system.
36. Answer (2)
=

Cp
Cv

7R 2

= 1.4
2 5R

37. Answer (2)


In isochoric process, if P 0, then
H = U + VP
H U

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38. Answer (3)


S(water

50. Answer (4)

body) =

Oxidation potential of Zn is larger than Cu, so they


react, and therefore, cannot exist together.

1
dqrev
T
1
103 10 103
400

51. Answer (2)

= 25000 cal K1
= 25 kcal

+1

C=0

K1

39. Answer (1)


r G = Wmax, here W max is useful work which is
other than P-V work.

HC

CH

HC

40. Answer (2)

CH

As per definition
41. Answer (3)
*
hydHBaCl
2 (s)

H
=

*
solHBaCl
2 (s)

solHBaCl2 2H2O

Sum = 5(1) + 0 + 1
= 4

= 20.6 8.8
= 29.4 kJ
42. Answer (2)

52. Answer (3)


rG = 2.303RT log K
= 2.303 8.314 300 log 102

[I2]max = 0.015
Equivalent concentration = 0.015 M

nI2 needed = (1.2 0.015)

Mass of I2 needed = (1.2 0.015 254) g


= 4.572 g
43. Answer (1)
Vapour pressure is the property of equilibrium.
44. Answer (3)
Let equilibrium constant for the reaction = K p

K p = (K p )1/6

45. Answer (3)


'K' increases with 'T', if the reaction is endothermic
Reverse is true for exothermic.
46. Answer (4)
'K' only alters with 'T'.
47. Answer (4)
Cathode may be positive or negative.
48. Answer (4)
S.H.E is reversible electrode as it can work as
cathode and anode both.
49. Answer (1)
In PbO, the oxidation state of Pb is +2, and in
PbO2, it is +4.

= 1.14 104 J
53. Answer (1)
Since K = 102
54. Answer (3)
G becomes minimum when G = 0 the
equilibrium.
55. Answer (4)


2
2 2
=
Kc =

(1 )2 2(1 )

= Kc
2(1 )

= 2 K c 2 K c

(1 + 2 K c ) = 2 Kc

2 Kc
1 + 2 Kc

56. Answer (2)


Kp =

0.8 0.8
= K c (RT)
0.6

Kc =

3.2
32
=
3 300R
3 300 10R

4
1125R

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57. Answer (4)

59. Answer (3)

meq of H3BO3 = meq of NaOH


200 N = 400 0.3

N = 0.6

Mass of H3BO3 = (0.6 200 103 60) g


= 7.2 g

nH2SO4 =

1
100 10 3 = 5 10 3
20

nNaOH =

2
1
=
= 5 10 2 = 50 103
40 20

Excess NaOH = 40 103 moles

58. Answer (2)




CH3 COOH + NaOH 
 CH3 COONa + H2O
5
4
0
0

pOH = log 40 103


= log 4 + 2
= 2 2 0.3010

(LR)
1

That final mixture will be an acidic buffer.


pH = pK a + log

pH = 14 2 + 2 0.3010
= 12.602
60. Answer (2)

[Salt]
[Acid]

+
2


Ag2CO3 (aq) 
 2Ag + CO3

4
= 4.699 + log
1

AgOH

H2CO3

= 4.699 + 2 log 2

(Stronger)

= 4.699 + 0.6020

So, in acidic medium (pH = 4), this equilibrium will


shift towards right giving greater solubility of
Ag2CO3.

= 5.3
pOH = 14 5.3 = 8.7

PART - C (MATHEMATICS)
61. Answer (2)

63. Answer (3)

(1 + x ) x 2 + 2 + 2
x

We have,

2 40

= x (1 + x )
10

2 30

tn = n th term =

The co-efficient of x 20 in expansion of


x 10 (1 + x2)30 = Co-efficient of x10 in (1 + x2)30
p = 30C5, k = 30C4

p
=
k

C5

26
=
30
5
C4

62. Answer (4)


Co-efficient of x10 in (1 x2)10 =

10C
5

p:q::

10C
5

10 C
5

1 1
1

2 2n 1 2n + 1

1
1 3

t1 =

1
2

t2 =

1 1 1

2 3 5

1 1 1

2 5 7
........................
t3 =

10

Term independent of x in x
x

(2n ) 1
2

Putting n = 1, 2, 3, ......, 10 in succession and


then adding, we get

(Given)

30

C5 ( 2)5

10

(2)5

p
1
=
q 32
p = k, q = 32k

p + q = 33k
The least possible positive value of p + q is 33.

........................

t9 =
+ t10 =

11
1

2 17 19
11
1

2 19 21

Required sum =

1
2

1 1 20 10

1 21 = 2 21 = 21

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64. Answer (3)


Given,

67. Answer (2)

Sx
x2
= 2
Sy
y

Given sequence is
1, 2, 2, 4, 4, 4, 4, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, ......, tn
t255 = 27

x
(2a + ( x 1)d )
x2
2
= 2
y
(2a + ( y 1)d ) y
2

(2a d ) + x d x
=
(2a d ) + y d y

Tx a + ( x 1)d
=
Ty a + ( y 1)d

t257 = 28

68. Answer (2)


30

1
1

3
2
Given binomial 2 + (5)

2a + (2 x 1 1)d
2a + (2y 1 1)d

2x 1
2y 1

Tr +1 =

30 r
3

(5) 2 , r = 0, 1, 2, ......, 30

r = 0, 6, 12, 18, 24, 30

(1 + x )n = Ci x i

Number of rational terms = 6

...(1)

i =0

Number of irrational terms = 25

Cj x

Difference between number of rational terms and


irrational terms = 19

...(2)

j =0

(1 + x)2n = (1 + x)n (1 + x)n


n

Cr (2)

30 r is divisible by 3 and r is even number.

(1 + x ) =

30

For rational terms :

65. Answer (1)

t255 1
=
t257 2

Ci C j

69. Answer (1)


Point P(t, t 2) lies inside the OAB, where A(2, 0)
and B(0, 2).

xi + j

i =0 j = 0

Differentiate both sides,


2n 1

2n(1 + x )

= ( i + j ) Ci C j x

B
(0, 2)

i + j 1

i =0 j =0

Put x = 1
n

P(t, t 2)

A
L (2, 0)

2n (2)2n 1 = (i + j ) Ci C j
i =0 j = 0

n (2)

2n

= ( i + j ) Ci C j
i =0 j =0

66. Answer (4)

Equation of line AB,


x+y=2
At point P(t, t 2),

For an A.P.,
Sn = 2n 2 + 3n, Tn = na + b
Tn = Sn Sn1
Tn = 4n + 1

PL = t 2,

BL = 2 t

PL < BL
t2 < 2 t

a = 4, b = 1

t2 + t 2 < 0

Co-efficient of x4 in (b + ax 2)10, i.e.,

(t 1)(t + 2) < 0

(1 + 4x2)10 =

10C (4)2
2

2 < t < 1

= (45)(16)

But t > 0

= 720

t (0, 1)

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73. Answer (4)

A(3, 4), B(5 cos , 5 sin ), C(5 sin , 5 cos ),


R
If O is origin,

x = (2 + 3 )n = I + f , 0 < f < 1
Let G = (2 3 )n , 0 < G < 1

I + f + G = 2[nC0 (2)n + nC2 (2)n 2 ( 3 )2 + ......]

| OA | = | OB | = | OC | = 5

f + G = (+ve) integer

Origin O is circumcentre of ABC.

But 0 < f + G < 2

Centroid of ABC

f+G=1

3 + 5 cos + 5 sin 4 + 5 sin 5 cos


G
,

3
3

2:1

Now, x x 2 + x[x] = x[1 x + [x]]


= x[1 (x [x])]

= x[1 f ], f = {x} = x [x]

= xG

Let H(h, k) be orthocentre of ABC.

= (2 + 3 )n (2 3 )n

HG 2
=
OG 1

=1
74. Answer (2)

h = 3 + 5 cos + 5 sin

h + k 7 = 10 sin , h k + 1 = 10 cos
Locus of H(h, k) is
(x + y

7)2

+ (x y +

1)2

r =1

k =1 j =1 i =1

10

10

r =1 r

10

Sn = Sum of n-terms of A.P.

11
S3 n Sn 1
=

(2n + 1) = 143
n =1 S2 n S2 n 1
n =1

r (r + 1)
r =1

71. Answer (3)

S3 n Sn 1
= 2n + 1
S2n S2n 1

k =1

tr = r(r + 1)

= 100

tr = 2 = k (k + 1)

k = 4 + 5 sin 5 cos

r =1

= 1

11

1
r + 1

1
11

10
11

75. Answer (4)

72. Answer (3)

A(3, 11)

Given : (1 2x 2 + x)20
Let (1 2x 2 + x)20 = a0 + a1x + a2x 2 + ...... + a40x 40

F(1, 7)

E(1, 8)

Put x = 1,
0 = a0 + a1 + a2 + ...... + a40

...(1)

B(1, 3)

C(5, 5)

Put x = 1,

D(3, 4)

(2)20 = 2[a1 + a3 + a5 + ...... + a39]

D, E, F are mid-point of sides BC, CA, AB


respectively of ABC, where A(x1, y1), B(x2, y2),
C(x3, y3).

Sum of co-efficients of odd powers of

A(3, 11), B(1, 3), C(5, 5)

(2)20 = a0 a1 + a2 + ...... + a40

x = a1 + a3 + a5 + ...... + a39
=

(219)

...(2)

x12 + x22 + y12 + y 22


x32

y 32

9 + 121 + 1 + 9 140 14
=
=
25 + 25
50
5

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76. Answer (2)

84. Answer (1)

y=x

(0, 1) B

B(2 3, 1)

120
30
O D A( 3, 0)
(1, 0)

We have,
n

r =0

Cr ( 1)r
r +3

Cr

Image of B(0, 1) under line y = x is D.

n 2 + 3n + 2
6

(n + 1)(n + 2)(n + 3)
2

3
n +3

k2 = co-efficient of x 29 in x +
x

77. Answer (1)


78. Answer (4)
79. Answer (2)

80. Answer (1)


81. Answer (2)

k1
=
k2

45

C9

45

C8

45

45

C8

37
9

86. Answer (1)

82. Answer (1)

Co-efficients of T5, T6, T7 in (1 + x)n, are

+ (x +

1)199

(x + 2) + (x +

1)198

(x +

+ ...... + (x +
( x + 2) ( x + 1)
( x + 2) ( x + 1)
201

201

2)2
2)200

nC , nC , nC
4
5
6

nC , nC , nC
4
5
6

n=7

...(1)

Co-efficient of x50 in expansion of (1) is

201C (2)151 201C


50
50
201C (2151 1)
50

1
5

8
74
Greatest term = T2 = C1(3)
5

32 (3)7
T =
5
5T
= 96
729

( n < 10)

1 n
( C3 + n +1C3 + n + 2C3 + n + 3C3 + n + 4C3 + n +5C3 )
170

1 13
( C4 7C3 )
170

680
170

83. Answer (3)


Given binomial (3 + 4x)8, x =

are in A.P.

n2 n(21) + 98 = 0

= (x + 2)201 (x + 1)201

r =0

k1 = co-efficient of x9 in (1 + 3x + 3x2 + x3)15 = 45C9

| AD | = ( 3 1)

n + 3Cr +3 ( 1)r

85. Answer (1)

D(1, 0)

6
( n + 1)( n + 2)( n + 3)

6
[ n +3C0 + n +3C1 n +3C2 ]
(n + 1)(n + 2)(n + 3)

B(0, 1)

C3

Point B reaches to new position B.

(x +

r +3

Cr (1)r
r =0 ( r + 3)( r + 2)( r + 1)

When line AB is rotated through an angle 120


about point A in anticlockwise direction.

1)200

Cr ( 1)r

A( 3, 0), B(2 3, 1)

r =0

= 6

Slope of AB =

=4
87. Answer (4)
For a G.P.,
T3 = 8

Ti

= (8)5 = (2)15

i =1

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i =1

r =0

Ti =

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PA + PB + PC = 0

C2r +1 = 2nC1 + 2nC3 + ...... + 2nC2n 1

2n

a + 6b + c + 3a + c + 2a + 3b + c = 0
6a + 9b + 3c = 0

215 = (2)2n1

2a + 3b + c = 0

2n 1 = 15

Line passes through the point (2, 3).

n=8

= 2, = 3

88. Answer (3)


1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + r

Sn =

2 2 = 5

r =1 1 + 2 + 3 + ...... + r
3

2
r
r
(
+ 1)
r =1

90. Answer (4)

Given lines are

Sn = 2 1
, nN
n
+ 1

x sin ( ) + 2 sin2 y = a sin ( )


2

Sn < 2 n > 1

x sin ( ) 2 cos2 y = a sin ( )


2


1
lim [Sn ] = lim 2 1
= 1
n
n
n + 1

89. Answer (3)


A(1, 6), B(3, 0), C(2, 3)
Equation of line : ax + by + c = 0
Perpendicular distance of point A, B, C are PA, PB,
PC.

PA =

a + 6b + c
a2 + b2

, PB =

3a + c
a2 + b 2

...(1)

x sin y cos = a sin


2
2


2

...(2)

Squaring and adding equations (1) and (2),


x 2 + y2 = a 2 (Locus of point of intersection of
given lines)

PC =

i.e., x cos + y sin = a cos


2
2
2

But required locus is given as tx2 + hy 2 = ka 2


2a + 3b + c
a +b
2

t = 1, h = 1, k = 1
t +h+k=3

q q q

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