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A n I S O 9 0 0 1 : 2008 C e r t i f i e d O r g a n i s a t i o n

Paper Code: UN 415

Solutions for Class : 12 (PCM)

Mathematics

1.

(C)

4.

d 2

d

(y ) =

( x)

dx

dx

(A)

1

dy

1

=

, at (1, 1), m1 =

2

dN 2y

5.

d 2

dy

(x ) =

= 2 x, m = 2

2

dx

dx

(A)

2.

(D)

N+5

N+9

N+8

N + 11 N + 15

N +2 N +3 N +5

=

2

4

3

5

4

6

6.

1

A2 =

0

0 1

2 0

0

2

(D)

R2 R1, R3 R2

a

1

(2a ) a

2

Area of triangle =

= a2

C 2 C1

C1 C 2

7.

(B)

x = cos =

=

6

6

Sin1 x Cos1 x =

sin( ) = sin

= 0 + 2 4 = 2.

ax3 + bx is an odd function for all values

of a and b.

1

( N 5)2

= 0.

N 5 ( N 2)( N 5)

= (x + 2) (1 1) 1 (2 4) + 2 (2 4)

(A)

Lt

0 1 0 1 0

=

,

2 0 4 0 8

2 0

1 0

A3 A2 =

= 2 0 2 = 2A

0

4

N+2 1 2

= 2

1 1

4

1 1

3.

N 2 10 N + 25

N 5 N 2 7 N + 10

1

A3 =

0

3

= Tan1 .

4

N +3

N+6

N5

Lt

f(x) =

1 0

=

0 4

1

2

3

2

=

tan =

4

1

1 + (2)

2

N+2

N+4

Lt

f(5) =

x2 (1 x2) =

3

2x2 =

x =

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1

3

2

3

.

2

1

2

1

2

8.

(B)

origin to the normal

d

{cos2 [Tan1(sin Cot1 x)]}

dx

d 2

1

1

1

=

cos Tan sin Sin

dN

1 + N2

=

9.

(A)

d 2

1

1

cos Tan

dN

1 + N 2

= a2.

11. (C)

1

(2 N)

(2 + N 2 )2

22 + 76 + 18x = 0

18x = 54

x = 3.

12. (B)

A1

A2

dy sin

=

dx

cos

cos N dN =

/2

cos2 N dN =

0

13. (B)

sin

(x a cos3 )

cos

y a sin3 =

= a cos sin

Equation of the normal is

cos

(x a cos2 )

sin

= a(cos4 + sin4 )

14. (C)

= a . cos2

p = length of the perpendicular from

origin to the tangent

a cos sin

2

sin + cos

Lt

x0

Lt

x0

A

2

3

1 = .

A2 1

4

log ( x + 1) cot x

log ( x + 1)

tan x

Lt

1 / ( N + 1)

1

=

=1

N 0 sec2 N

sec 2 0

x cos + y sin

3

and

2

Lt

log

f ( x)

x 0

x sin + y cos

/3

x = a cos 3 , y = a sin3

0

but is not symmetric as (1, 2) R and

(2, 1) R. Also R is transitive as x y,

y z x z. R is antisymmetric for

if x y and y x then x = y.

y a sin2 =

1 2

a sin2 2 + a2 cos2 2

4

4 1 7 = 0

2 4 6

2N

.

(2 + N 2 )2

= a.cos2

N is singular

1 2

4 1 7

2 4 6

10. (B)

cos2 + sin2

4p2 + q2 = 4.

d

1

=

1

dN 2 + N 2

=

a cos 2

Lt

x0

f ( x ) = e = f (0).

0 3a

2b 24 = KA

0 2 0 2k

=K

=

3 4 3k 4k

1

a.sin 2

2

3a = 2K, 2b = 3K, 24 = 4K

K = 6, a = 4, b = 9

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15. (C)

log x (log x)

dt[where log x = t] =

16. (A)

20. (C)

1 1

d x = t t 2 et

et

N

+c =

+c

t

log N

x2 + y2 + 2fy + c = 0

1

1

1

x [x]

<

2

2

2

1

1

f(x) <

2

2

21. (B)

1 + y 12 + yy2 + fy2 = 0

a + b + c = 0 (a + b + c)2 = 0

( N + yy1 )

1 + y 12 + yy2 y2

= 0

y1

a.b + b.c + c.a = 7.

22. (B)

y 13 xy2 + y1 = 0

1 2 1 2

A2 =

4 5 4 5

1 8

=

4 + 20

17. (B)

xy = 2, y2 = 4x x = 1, y = 2

dy

y

=

x

dx

0 0

=

0 0

dy

m1 =

= 2

dN (1,2)

23. (A)

dy

= 4

dx

( x + 1 1) e x

x ex

d

=

x

(x + 1)2

( x + 1)2

=

dy 2

=

dx y

1

1

x + 1 ( x + 1)2 dx

1

= ex

+ c.

x + 1

2

dy

= = 1.

m2 =

dx (1.2) 2

19. (C)

2 10 7 12

=

8 + 25 24 17

6 7 12

3

1 2

f(A) +

= 24 17 3 4 5 + 7

12

9

0

0

3

6

1 1 + 12 9

dy

xy = 2 x

+ y = 0

dx

y2 = 4x 2y

1

x

2

{x R : f(x) = 1/2} = .

x + yy1 + fy1 = 0

f(x)

2x + 2yy1 + 2fy1 = 0

18. (A)

0 x [x] < 1

24. (A)

as axis is y2 = 4a (x + ) where a, are

two arbitrary constants. So differential

equation is of order 2 and degree 1.

25. (B)

f(x) =

x

1

=

1+1 / x x +1

g(x) =

x

1

1

=

=

1 + 1 / f ( x) 1 + ( x + 1) / x 2 x + 1

g '( N) =

(2 N + 1)1 N(2)

1

=

2

(2 N + 1)

(2 N + 1) 2

Given |A2| = 25

2

625 = 25

2 = 1/25

= 1/5.

g '(2) =

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1

.

25

26. (A)

31. (A)

Tan1 x + Tan1 y + Tan1 z =

4a + 3b = 0 a : b = 3 : 4. Thus c

= 3i 4j. Let a = xi + yj be the required

vector.

+ + r = + =

Tan( + ) Tan( )

Tan + Tan

= Tan

1 Tan Tan

N+y

= z

1 Ny

Component of a on b is 1

a . b/|b|= 1

4x + 3y = 5 (1)

Component of a on c is 2

a . c/|c|= 2

x + y = z + xyz x + y + z = xyz

27. (D)

perpendicular to each other, we have b.c

= 0

3x 4y = 10 (2)

R is not a function.

1.

R, (3, 2) R R is not

symmetric.

a = 2i j

32. (C)

Put x + y + 1 = z

1 +

(2, 1) R

Hence, R is not transitive.

28. (D)

ds

da

= 8 r

dt

dt

= 8 (10) (0.05) = 4

29. (C)

dy dz

=

1

dx dx

(x + y + 1)

a 2b 2c

3 b c =0

4 a b

dy

dz

1 = 1

= 1 z

dx

dN

1

z

dz

= 1 +

dz = dx

z

z +1

dx

4b) = 0

dz = dN

1

z + 1

z log (z + 1) = x + c x + y + 1

= log(x + y + 2) + x + c

(a 6) (b2 ac) = 0

y = log(x + y + 2) + log c

b2 ac = 0

ey = (x + y + z)c

b2 ac

x + y + 2 = cey.

33. (C)

abc = b3.

30. (B)

dy dz

=

dx dx

For f to be continuous at x = 2,

f(2) =

f(x) = x + 5x + 1

3

Let y R then y = x3 + 5x + 1

=

x3 + 5x + 1 y = 0.

As a polynomial of odd degree has always

at least one real rot, corresponding to

any y co-domain. So some x

domain such that f(x) = y. Hence f is onto.

Also f is continuous on R, because its

a polynomial function. Now f(x) = 3x2

+ 5 > 0.

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Lt

x2

Lt

x2

( x 1)1/ (2 x)

(1 + ( x 2)) 1/ ( x 2) = e 1

34. (A)

Let =

tan A

1

tan 2 A =

,

1 tan 2 A

2

= cot A =

37. (C)

= 0

1

1

, = cot3 A =

tan A

tan 3 A

y2 2y 3 = 0

(y 3) (y + 1) = 0

tan A

1

1

+

+

+ + =

2

1 tan A tan A tan 3 A

y = 1 or 3.

[(2y + 3) y

Required are =

1

= tan3 A (1 tan2 A)

y3

= y 2 + 3y = 9 + 9 9 = 9

3 0

] dy

tan A

1

1

.

.

1 tan 2 A tan A tan 3 A

3

sq.unit

+ + = . . Tan1 + Tan1

+ Tan1 = 0 or

4

2

2

38. (C)

(1)

(2)

f(5) = 2, f(6) = 3, . . . .

f : N Z is one one onto.

39. (B)

respectively then

Required area = x dx

N2

=

2

1

= tan3 A (1 tan2 A)

4 + 9 + 36 = 49 = 7 ,

|b| = |i + 2j 3k|

36 + 4 + 9 = 7 ,

9 1 8

= =4

2 2 2

36. (A)

=

tan3 A(1 tan 2 A)

. . =

35. (C)

N (1), 2y x + 3 = 0 (2)

Let y =

9 + 36 + 4 = 49 = 7.

Perimeter = 7 + 7 + 7 = 21

40. (B)

A' B'

6(x2 7x + 6) = 0

= BA AB = (AB BA)

(x 1) (x 6) = 0 x = 1 or 6

Physics

f "( N) = 12x 42

41. (A)

0= 4 107 H m1

Total number of turns in the solenoid,

N = 500

= 2 21 + 36 + 20 = 37.

length of the solenoid,

N

500

n =

=

= 1000 m1

l

0.5

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then B = 0 n I

or I =

42. (D)

B

2.52 10 3

=

= 2.0 A

4 10 7 1000

0 n

= 9 109

carrying conductor

B =

0I

1

i.e., B

2 r

r

-particles, q1 = q2 = 2 1.6 1019 C

Now, F =

43. (B)

49. (C)

50. (D)

Here, v0 = 2 1014 Hz

= hv0 = 6.62 1034 2 1014

1 q1 q 2

.

4 0 r 2

= 1.324 1019 J

(2 1.6 10 19 )2

= 90 N

(3.2 10 -15 ) 2

between the lenses should be 30 cm.

51. (A)

1.324 10 19

= 0.8275 eV

1.6 10 19

By Ohms law R =

V

I

V1 V2

R = I =I

1

2

I1

120 8

or I2 = V2 V =

= 4 A

240

1

f1 = 20 cm

44. (B)

Fringe width,

1

1

=

2

2

Unknown resistance, R =

45. (D)

52. (C)

f2 = 10 cm

l2

X

l1

1

1

or = /

2

1

3

5 = 7.5

2

1

0.6

2 = =

1.5

as shown below. Thus, net magnetic flux

passing through the coil is always zero or

the induced current will be zero.

= 0.4 mm

53. (B)

atomic power house,

P = 400 MW = 400 106 J s1

Therefore, total energy produced in a day

i.e., 24 60 60s,

E = P 24 60 60 = 400 106 24 60

60 = 3.456 1013 J

46. (A)

AA

Z 2

Z 2B

A -4

BA 4

+ 2He

CA 4 + 2

kg) so as to produce the required amount

of energy, then

E = m c2

1e

so these are isotopes.

47. (D)

48. (A)

or 3.456 1013 = m c2

3.4561013

3.456 1013

or m =

= (310 8 ) 2

c2

detected by sprinkling fluorescent powder

on the paper and then looking it into

ultra-violet light.

F = 6 106 N

F

6 10 6

n = 3 10 10 = 3 10 10 = 2 104

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54. (D)

Here, wavelength

59. (D)

= 5.5 105 cm

= 5.5 107 m

= hc / .

If v is the frequency, then

v =

3 10 8

c

= 5.5 10 7 = 5.45 1014 Hz

= 5.45 10 MHz

8

55. (A)

1

mv2 Given, Work function,

2

1

2

hc

6.62 10 34 3 108

mv2 = hv =

=

10 7

= 19.86 10

19

57. (B)

58. (B)

required

maximum

block, then they eject electrons from it,

so block becomes positively charged.

62. (B)

Energy released

= (EA + EB) EX

= (110 8.2 + 90 8.2) 200 7.4

19.86 10 19

J = 1.6 10 19

= 1640 1480

= 160 MeV

cases while entering and while leaving

the coil. Only in option (B) polarity is

changing.

63. (B)

PR = i 2rmsR or PR i2rms

Therefore, irms in the circuit will decrease

or average power absorbed by the

resistance will decrease.

current

gain

in

common-base

configuration and constant is current

gain in common-emitter configuration.

Also is always less than 1 while is

always greater than 1.

64. (B)

individual resistances.

In the given figure 3 resistors of 5

are connected in series.

produced at the point O by the straight

part AB, circular part BC and straight

part CD of the current carrying conductor

ABCD. Since the point O lies on the

straight parts AB and CD,

3V

B1 = B3 = 0

15

R ' = 5 + 5 + 5 = 15

5 resistor in parallel hence, equivalent

resistance now is

subtends an angle at the point O,

0 2 I

0 I

B2 = 4 . r 2 = 4 . r

=

1242 eV nm

= 497 nm.

2.5 eV

61. (B)

= 12.41 eV

56. (B)

only on the geometrical configuration

(shape, size, separation) of the system of

two conductors.

= 10 m

(4.14 10 15 eV s) (3 108 m / s)

2 5 eV

60. (C)

W = 0

This is the

wavelength.

Incident wavelength

hv = W +

The threshold wavelength is

1

1 1

=

+

R" 15 5

10 7 6 / 3

= 6.28 106 T

0.1

1

5 + 15

=

R" 5 15

Hence,

total magnetic field at the point O,

R" = 3.75

B = B1 + B2 + B3 = 0+6.28 106 + 0

= 6.28 106 T

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I =

V

3

=

= 0.8A

R 3.75

65. (C)

73. (C)

molecule called codon is a group of three

nucleotides.

74. (A)

75. (D)

vary slightly from one another because

when we move from left to right, the

nuclear charge increases but at the same

time screening effect also goes up. These

two factors tend to neutralise the effect

of each other.

76. (C)

+ + 45o = 180o

or 2 = 180o 45o

or 2 = 135o

=

= 67.5

PA = 32 mm Hg

135

2

PA = PAo X A

= 67o 30`

PA

32 mm Hg

Then, X A = P o = 40 mm Hg = 0.8

A

Chemistry

66. (C)

chlorapatite (non-magnetic) by magnetic

separation method.

77. (B)

67. (B)

square planar and octahedral complexes.

NH4NO3. This mixture of 1 : 5 ratio is

called amatol.

78. (B)

68. (C)

finely divided platinum is zero order at

high concentration but first order at low

concentration.

79. (C)

C3H8

+ +l

structural isomers are possible

CH 3 CH 2 CHCl 2 (I), CH 3 CCl 2 CH 3 (II),

ClCH2CH2Cl (III), CH 3CHClCH2Cl

(IV). Since (IV) has a chiral carbon,

therefore, it has two optical isomers.

Therefore, in all, five isomers are possible.

80. (D)

Braggs equation

less reactive than the aliphatic aldehydes

and ketones. So

CH3CHO > CH3COCH3 > PhCOPh

II

I

III

69. (C)

partial double bond character due to back

donation of a pair of electrons from F to

P which results in the formation of a

p d bond. Due to the resonance

forms

2

.

.

.

.+

2

+

n = 2d sin

2 1 = 2 d sin 60o

2 1 = 2 d

to give a higher bond angle.

d =

3

2

o

2

= 1.17 A

1.7

3

HCOOH reduces HgCl2 to Hg 2Cl2 but

CH3COOH does not.

70. (C)

while doping with Al gives rise to holes.

81. (B)

71. (D)

bromamide reaction. Since CH3CONHCH3

is a 2 o amide, therefore, it does not

undergo Hofmann bromamide reaction.

82. (C)

Phosphine

83. (D)

to intermolecular hydrogen bonding.

Ethers do not show intermolecular

hydrogen bonding.

72. (B)

Mg

C6H5MgBr

C6H5Cl

C6H6 + CH3CH2OMgBr

Benzene

+H 3+H OH

84. (D)

polymerisation of ethylene is a mixture of

TiCl4 + trialkyl aluminium.

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85. (D)

86. (B)

CO in the spectrochemical series. So it

can cause maximum splitting of dorbitals.

89. (C)

H+ + Cl

AgNO3 + Cl AgCl + NO3

CN

CONH

+ POCl!

whiteppt.

+ 2H O

2HCl

aqueous solution

benzonitrile

87. (A)

of NH3 is called nitriding.

88. (A)

strong base does not hydrolyse, therefore

it will remain as such in the mixture.

90. (C)

+ Mg MgCl2 + H2(g)

Cell potential

= EoRed (RHS) EoRed (LHS)

= 0.34 (0.76) = + 1.10 V

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