Top 5 Difficult Questions in JEE which every student struggle with

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Important changes made in JEE & NEET 2019 by the Ministry of HRD

• The CBSE will not be conducting the exams anymore. The Government of India has established the National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct exams like the JEE (Main) and NEET (UG).
• Henceforth, JEE (Main) and NEET (UG) exams will be held twice a year in January and April, for the same admission year
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Since the exam season is upon us, we decided to look into our database to find out what our students are actually struggling with during their exam preparation. Soon enough we stumbled upon some difficult questions in JEE that our students were not able to solve on our platform. Read on to find the top 5 difficult questions in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics for JEE.

Mathematics

Question 2

Topic: Sets & relations

Let x and y be the sets of all positive divisors of 400 and 1000 respectively (including 1 and the number). then n((X∩Y) n(X∩Y) is equal to?

Question 3

Topic: Vector Algebra

The vector c is perpendicular to the vectors a=(2,−3,1), a=(2,−3,1), b=(1,−2,3), b=(1,−2,3) and satisfies the condition c⋅(iˆ+2jˆ−7kˆ)=10.c⋅ (i^+2j^−7k^)=10. Then, the vector cc is equal to

Question 4

Topic: Sequence & series

The first term of a sequence is 1 and the (n+1)(n+1)th term is obtained by adding (n+1)(n+1)to then nth term for all natural number n,n, the 6th term of the sequence is

Question 5

Topic: Vector & 3D Geometry

Let ĉ be a unit vector coplanar with a=î −ĵ +2k̂ a=i^−j^+2k^ and b=2î −ĵ +k̂ b=2i^−j^+k^ such that ĉ is perpendicular to a. If P be the projection of c^ along b, where P=11√kP=11k then find k.

Chemistry

Question 1

Topic: General Organic Chemistry

The IUPAC name of the compound is?

Question 2

Topic: S block Elements

Which of the following sodium halides has the highest melting point?

Question 3

Topic: Periodic Table and Classification of Elements

The element californium belongs to the family of?

Question 4

Topic: States of Matter

If the executed volume is taken as zero, compressibility factor Z is?

Question 5

Topic: States of Matter

A halogen atom combines with another non-metal to form a compound with slight metallic lustre. The halogen atom is?

Physics

Question 1

Topic: Ray Optics

When sunlight is scattered by atmospheric atoms and molecules, the amount of scattering of light of wavelength 440 nm is AA. The amount of scattering for the light of wavelength 660 nm is approximate.

Question 2

Topic: Ray Optics

A short-sighted person cannot see clearly beyond 2 m. The focal length of the concave lens to correct his eye to normal vision should be?

Question 3

Topic: Atom & Nuclei

The rate at which a blackbody emits radiation at a temperature t is proportional to:

Question 4

Topic: Current Electricity

The current through a lamp decreases by 1%. What is the percentage change in power of the lamp?

Question 5

Topic: Ray Optics

Two coherent sources of intensity ratio 9: 4 produce interference. what is the ratio between maxima and minima in the interference pattern produced.

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