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Part-II/D/55 ( 3 ) P. T. O.

1. l+ nila+ a aii +i +ica ain


l(i
(1) i (2) i
(3) - (4) i

1. Who gave quantum model of atom

(1) Rutherford (2) Bohr
(3) Newton (4) Faraday
2. | +si + i+i + +i a +ia-i
+ia - t
(1) ii ii (i
(2) ii ii (i
(3) i ii ii (i
(4) ri ii (i

2. Size of Universe is about

(1) ten million light years
(2) one million light years
(3) hundred million light years
(4) ten thousand light years
3. l+i lnu ii + lnv + ai+ +i
aiu e.m.u. uii e.s.u. a +i tii
(1)
10
10 3 (2)
19
10 4.8


(3)
10
1
(4)
30
1


3. The ratio of e.m.u. and e.s.u. of charge is

(1)
10
10 3 (2)
19
10 4.8


(3)
10
1
(4)
30
1

4. llic +ai +i lai t
(1) [ ] K T ML
2 2

(2) [ ]
1 2 2
K T ML


(3) [ ]
1 2 2
K T ML


(4) [ ]
1 2 2
K T L



4. Dimensions of specific heat are
(1) [ ] K T ML
2 2

(2) [ ]
1 2 2
K T ML


(3) [ ]
1 2 2
K T ML


(4) [ ]
1 2 2
K T L


5. l+i i a n-+i| +i ai 18.425 cm,
7.21 cm uii 5.0 cm a aii i, ui |a uiai
n-+i|i + i +i lni +u t
(1) 30.635 cm (2) 30.64 cm
(3) 30.63 cm (4) 30.6 cm

5. Three measurements are made as 18.425
cm, 7.21 cm and 5.0 cm. The addition
should be written as
(1) 30.635 cm (2) 30.64 cm
(3) 30.63 cm (4) 30.6 cm
6. l+i i+i -nc +i -ii L v+ +n F
nui t+ l( + aia a luiu lc L
+ lnv 2% uii F + lnv 4% ti, ui (i+
+ lnv -iilu luiu lc t
(1) 2 % (2) 4 %

6. A force F is applied on a square plate of
Disc of side L. If percentage error in
determination of L is 2% and that in F is
4% what is permissible error in pressure
(1) 2 % (2) 4 %
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Part-II/D/55 ( 4 )
(3) 6 % (4) 8 % (3) 6 % (4) 8 %
7. +i| l l+i a l( luiin ti, ui
l-i-a a +ia zi- ti +ui t
(1) |
(2) i
(3) l(-ii
(4) ;- i; r|

7. Which of the following can be zero, when
a particle is in a motion for some time
(1) distance
(2) speed
(3) displacement
(4) none of them
8. liia uii (i + lnv il++ aiu t
(1) r-ii -
(2) r-ii i
(3) r-ii ~li
(4) i i -

8. The numerical ratio of displacement to
distance is
(1) always less than one
(2) always equal to one
(3) always more than one
(4) equal to or less than one
9. (i l A uii B v+ ti t v+
aia -i
2
2m/s liaiii
nai i-i +u t+ l( B v+ +
+i( nai i-i +ui t ui n v+
+ a (iai + +i +i (i tii
(1) 1 -| (2) 2 -|
(3) 3 -| (4) 4 -|

9. Two bodies A and B start from rest and
from the same point with a uniform
acceleration of
2
2m/s . If B starts one
second later, then the two bodies are
separated, at the end of the next second, by
(1) 1 m (2) 2 m
(3) 3 m (4) 4 m
10. l+i +in +i +i| i(ai +ii + +i
i +ui t+ 6 + +i( a +in +
tiii a i iui t+ ui | (iia +in ii
li+ua +ii +i| u +i (nilv
g = 10m/
2
s )
(1) 10 -| (2) 30 -|
(3) 45 -| (4) 90 -|

10. A ball thrown up is caught by the thrower
6 s after start. The height to which the
ball has risen is (take g = 10 m/
2
s )


(1) 10 m (2) 30 m
(3) 45 m (4) 90 m
11. l+i u ii an l+-( + xi +i
i luiin tia + ii u +i |
(i +i ai+i x = 8t
2
3t t+ ui t = 0

11. A body moves in a straight line along
x-axis, its distance from the origin is given
by the equation x = 8t
2
3t . The average
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Part-II/D/55 ( 5 ) P. T. O.
t = 4 s u+ + lnv iu t
(1) 2 m/s (2) 16 m/s
(3) 4 m/s (4) 5 m/s
velocity in the interval from t = 0 to t = 4 s is
(1) 2 m/s (2) 16 m/s
(3) 4 m/s (4) 5 m/s
12. (i ui +i +ii + +i i +u
t+ l( a+ il--i+ i +i aiu 2 :
3 t, ui a+ ii u +i | li+ua
+i| +i aiu tii
(1) 2 : 3 (2) 4 : 9
(3) 1 : 1 (4) 2 : 3

12. Two bodies are thrown vertically
upwards with their initial speeds in the
ratio 2 : 3. Then the ratio of the maximum
heights attained by them is
(1) 2 : 3 (2) 4 : 9
(3) 1 : 1 (4) 2 : 3
13. v+ +i + 10 m/s t ui 25 m (i u
+a + +i( +i + iui t ui +i
-i tii
(1)
2
m/s 2 (2)
2
m/s 4
(3)
2
m/s 2 (4)
2
m/s 6 1

13. The acceleration of a car that comes to
stop from a velocity of 10 m/s in distance
of 25 m is
(1)
2
m/s 2 (2)
2
m/s 4
(3)
2
m/s 2 (4)
2
m/s 6 1
14. v+ +i tn ii a a 40 l+ai/ici +
uii ( ii a a 60
l+ni/ici + n+ i (i u
+ui t+ ui +i +i iu in t
(1) 40 l-|/i-i (2) 48 l-|/i-i
(3) 50 l-|/i-i (4) 60 l-|/i-i

14. A car covers the first half of the distance
between two places at 40 km/hr and the
other half at 60 km/hr. The average speed
of the car is
(1) 40 km/hr (2) 48 km/hr
(3) 50 km/hr (4) 60 km/hr
15. l( (i l(i ilii +i liia i a
+i+ ti uii +i liiai l(i +i -ii
laii + +i+ ti ui (iai l(ii +
+i +i +ii t
(1) 45 (2) 75
(3) 90 (4) 120

15. Two vectors have their resultant equal to
either of them. The angle between them
is

(1) 45 (2) 75
(3) 90 (4) 120
16.
(i l(i k

3 i

2 a + + = uii
k

4 j

2 i

b + = + +i +i +ii t
(1) 0 (2) 90
(3) 180 (4) i; r|

16.
The angle between two vectors
k

3 i

2 a + + = and k

4 j

2 i

b + =
(1) 0 (2) 90
(3) 180 (4) None
17. l( B A B A = + ui l(i A

17. The vectors A and B are such that
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uii B + +i +i +ii t

(1) 45 (2) 60
(3) 75 (4) 90
B A B A = + then angle between
the two vectors will be
(1) 45 (2) 60
(3) 75 (4) 90
18. v+ ai i + ii j i

3 + +
lu +ui t uii a(i +i i +i
ut j i

3 t ui ai +i a(i
+ + ii t

(1) i

8 (2) j i

6
(3) j i

6 + (4) 2 5

18. A boat is moving with a velocity j i

3 +
with respect to ground. The water in the
river is moving with a velocity j i

3
with respect to ground. The relative
velocity of the boat with respect to water is
(1) i

8 (2) j i

6
(3) j i

6 + (4) 2 5
19. v+ +n k

10 j

8 i

6 F + = l+i l
n+ 1ai/
2
+ -i --a +ui t ui
l +i (aia tii

(1) 2 10 l^i (2) 10 2 l^i
(3) 10 l^i (4) 20 l^i

19. A force vector applied on a mass is
represented as k

10 j

8 i

6 F + = and
accelerates with 1m/
2
s . What will be the
mass of body
(1) 2 10 kg (2) 10 2 kg
(3) 10 kg (4) 20 kg
20. (i l(ii 5 uii 10 ai+ +i liiai
l(i +i laii -i ati t
(1) 7 (2) 8
(3) 5 (4) 2

20. Which of the following cannot be resultant
of the vectors of magnitude 5 and 10
(1) 7 (2) 8
(3) 5 (4) 2
21. l(i j

) sin A ( i

) cos A ( A + = l+i
( l(i B n-+u t ui l(i
B t
(1) j

) sin B ( i

) cos B ( +
(2) j

) sin B ( i

) cos B ( +
(3) j

) cos B ( i

) Sin B (
(4) j

) sin A ( i

) cos A (

21.
Let j A i A A

) sin (

) cos ( + = be any
vector. Another vector B which is
normal to B is
(1) j

) sin B ( i

) cos B ( +
(2) j

) sin B ( i

) cos B ( +
(3) j

) cos B ( i

) Sin B (
(4) j

) sin A ( i

) cos A (
22. l( R Q P = + uii l(iP , Q uii
R +i laii ai 5, 12 uii 13 ai+
+i ti ui l(i Q uii R + +i +i

22. If vector P , Q and R have
magnitudes 5, 12 and 13 units
respectively and R Q P = + , the angle
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Part-II/D/55 ( 7 ) P. T. O.
+ii tii
(1)

12
5
cos
1
(2)

13
5
cos
1

(3)

13
12
cos
1
(4)

13
7
cos
1

between Q and R is
(1)

12
5
cos
1
(2)

13
5
cos
1

(3)

13
12
cos
1
(4)

13
7
cos
1

23. l( B A B A + = + ui l(i A
uii B + +i +i +ii t
(1) 90 (2) 120
(3) 0 (4) 60

23. If B A B A + = + , then angle
between vector A and B will be
(1) 90 (2) 120
(3) 0 (4) 60
24. l( l+i l ni +n +i laii
uii l(ii a +i| lua ai ti ui l
+ lu +i i tii
(1) ii (2) (-iii
(3) |i (-iii (4) ;- i; r|

24. The path of a particle moving under the
influence of a force fixed in magnitude
and direction is
(1) straight line (2) circle
(3) ellipse (4) none of them
25. v+ l+c + ( +i +ii + +i i
19.6 m/s + +i iui t ui (
ii u +i | li+ua +i| tii
(1) 9.8 -| (2) 19.6 -|
(3) 29.4 -| (4) 39.2 -|

25. A cricket ball is thrown up with a speed
of 19.6 m/s. The maximum height it can
reach is
(1) 9.8 m (2) 19.6 m
(3) 29.4 m (4) 39.2 m
26. (i (i +i ilu + ii 30 uii 45
ilu l+i iui t uii (iai ( +
li+ua +i| aia ti ui a+
ilu +i aiu t

(1) 2 : 3 (2) 2 : 1
(3) 3 : 2 (4) 3 : 2

26. Two balls are projected making an angle
of 30 and 45 respectively with the
horizontal. If both have same velocity at
the highest points of their paths, then the
ratio of their velocities of projection is
(1) 2 : 3 (2) 2 : 1
(3) 3 : 2 (4) 3 : 2
27. l+i l +i 30 ilu + ii
ilu l+i iui t ui a+ lu +i
a lua il-i+ l+-( uii a ut
ia a l+uai tii
(1) i (2) 30%
(3) 60% (4) 100%

27. A projectile is fired at 30, neglecting air
friction, the change in kinetic energy
when it returns to the ground will be

(1) zero (2) 30%
(3) 60% (4) 100%
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28. l+i u +i ilu + ii +ii
ilu l+i iui t uii a+i li+ua
+i i + i| h ti ui a +in ti i
(1)
g
sin h 2
(2)
g
sin h 2 2

(3) 2
g
2h
(4)
g
h 2


28. A stone thrown at an angle to the
horizontal reaches a maximum height h.
The time of flight of the stone is
(1)
g
sin h 2
(2)
g
sin h 2 2

(3) 2
g
2h
(4)
g
h 2

29. v+ +-(+ +i (aia 5 kg t+ + ii
50 gm + ini +i 400 m/s + 30
ini lu laac +i ( sii iui t ui
+-(+ +i ai t ia + lnv l+uai
+n +-(+ niai tii
(1) 10 N (2) 5 N
(3) 15 N (4) 30 N

29. A machine gun has a mass 5 kg. It force
50 gm bullets at the rate of 30 bullets per
minute at a speed of 400 m/s. What force
is required to keep the gun in position

(1) 10 N (2) 5 N
(3) 15 N (4) 30 N
30. v+ u +i liaiii 1 m li in
-i -ii i n+ii iui t+ ut
+i iiiltu aia+ u +i ut ia
+i tii

(1) 2 m/s (2) 0.5 m/s
(3) 4.43 m/s (4) 19.6 m/s

30. A body of mass 2 kg slides down a
curved track, which is quadrant of a
circle of radius 1 m. All the surface are
frictional if two body starts from rest, its
speed at bottom of track is
(1) 2 m/s (2) 0.5 m/s
(3) 4.43 m/s (4) 19.6 m/s
31. v+ u +i +ii + +i i +u t
ui a+ a lua l+uai tii (m =
(aia, s = +, h = +ii +i|)
(1) mgs (2) /s mg
2

(3) mg (4) 2 mgh

31. An object of mass m is thrown vertically
upwards. At what rate will its momentum
change ( S = Second, h = vertical height)
(1) mgs (2) /s mg
2

(3) mg (4) 2 mgh
32. uia u A, B uii C +i (aia ai
2 kg, 5 kg uii 10 kg t+ l( uiai +i
lu +i aia ti ui l+ u +i
li+ua tii
(1) (-n A
(2) (-n B
(3) (-n C

32. Three bodies A, B and C have masses of
2 kg, 5 kg and 10 kg respectively. If all
the bodies have equal kinetic energies,
then which body has a greater momentum
(1) body A
(2) body B
(3) body C
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(4) ri r| i ni (4) cannot be predicted
33. v+ u l+i (aia 1 kg t l
6 N +i +n ni+ aa 30 m/s +i
(ia l+i iui t+ ui l+ua a u+
u +n ni t
(1) 10 (2) 8
(3) 7 (4) 5

33. A force of 6 N acts on a body of mass
1 kg and during this time, the body
attains a velocity of 30 m/s. The time for
which the force acts on a body is
(1) 10 seconds (2) 8 seconds
(3) 7 seconds (4) 5 seconds
34. l( i+c +i ut + ii
1
v uii
i+c ii la+nu +i ut +
ii
2
v ti ui +i i+c +
ii l+uai tii

(1)
2
v (2)
2 1
v v +
(3)
2 1
v v (4)
2 1
v v

34. The velocity of rocket with respect to
ground is
1
v and velocity of gasses
ejecting from rocket with respect to
ground is
2
v . Then velocity of gasses
with respect to rocket is given by
(1)
2
v (2)
2 1
v v +
(3)
2 1
v v (4)
2 1
v v
35. (i l liaiii v+ ( +i i
ii +n + +ii luaia t+ u A +i
v uii u B +i 2v ti ui | a
(aia +-( +i l+uai tii

(1) i (2) 1.5 v
(3) 1 v (4) 3.0 v

35. Two particles initially at rest moves
towards each other under the mutual
attraction. At the instant when the speed
of A is v and the speed of B is 2v, the
speed of the centre of mass of the system is
(1) zero (2) 1.5 v
(3) 1 v (4) 3.0 v
36. v+ 12 kg +i +a (i -iii a lic +
+ii +c iui t+ tn 8 kg + -ii +i
6 m/s ti ui ( -ii +i lu +i
l+uai tii
(1) 48 J (2) 32 J
(3) 24 J (4) 288 J

36. A bomb of 12 kg explodes into two
pieces of masses 4 kg and 8 kg. The
velocity of 8 kg mass is 6 m/s. The kinetic
energy of the other mass is
(1) 48 J (2) 32 J
(3) 24 J (4) 288 J
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37. (i u l+i (aia ai 3 kg uii 4
kg v+ iiiltu ni + ii nc+i l(i
i t+ ui (aia ltu ii ii nc+
(aiai + lnv uai l+uai tii
(lnlv g = 10m/
2
s )
(1)
7
120
N (2)
7
240
N
(3)
7
480
N (4)
7
360
N

37. Two bodies of masses 3 kg and 4 kg are
tied to the ends of a massless string.
This string passes over a frictionless
pulley. The tension in the string is
(take g = 10m/
2
s )
(1)
7
120
N (2)
7
240
N
(3)
7
480
N (4)
7
360
N
38. v+ 10 kg (aia in l +i v+
ut ii i t+ | l 100 N
+i +n ilu l(ii a nia --a
-i tii+ ( = 0.5, g = 10m/
2
s )

(1) i (2) 10 m/
2
s
(3) 5 m/
2
s (4) 5.2 m/
2
s

38. A 100 N force acts horizontally on a
block of 10 kg placed on horizontal rough
table of coefficient of friction = 0.5
(takes g = 10m/
2
s ). The acceleration of
the block is
(1) zero (2) 10 m/
2
s
(3) 5 m/
2
s (4) 5.2 m/
2
s
39. v+ -ii+i i v+ +i 10 m/s +i
in iiai lu +a + lnv
-ii+i i +i li l+uai tii ? l(
= 0.5 (lnlv g = 10m/
2
s )

(1) 10 -| (2) 4 -|
(3) 5 -| (4) 20 -|

39. A car turns a corner on a slippery road at
a constant speed of 10 m/s. If coefficient
of friction is 0.5, the minimum radius of
the arc in which car turns is
(take g = 10m/
2
s )
(1) 10 m (2) 4 m
(3) 5 m (4) 20 m
40. v+ lau +n + +ii v+ u
liaiii 250 m +i (i 10 + a
u +ui t+ l( u +i (aia 0.9 kg
t ui +n +i aia tii
(1) 3 N (2) 3.5 N
(3) 4 N (4) 4.5 N

40. A constant force acts on a body of mass
0.9 kg at rest for 10 s. If the body moves
a distance of 250 m, the magnitude of the
force is
(1) 3 N (2) 3.5 N
(3) 4 N (4) 4.5 N
41. v+ -iitia ii ii (i l +i l+i
iiiltu ni nc+i (a a+
-i +i aiu g/8 ti ui l + (aia
1
m uii
2
m +i aiu tii

(1) 8 : 1 (2) 9 : 7

41. A light string passing over a smooth light
pulley connects two blocks of masses
1
m and
2
m vertically. If the
acceleration of the systems is g/8, then
the ratio of masses is
(1) 8 : 1 (2) 9 : 7
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(3) 4 : 3 (4) 5 : 3 (3) 4 : 3 (4) 5 : 3
42. l+i - +i zil+u 2 kw ti ui 10 m +i
+i| u+ i| a n +i v+ laac a
tia a l+ua n ni
(1) 2000 |- (2) 1000 |-
(3) 100 |- (4) 1200 |-

42. The power of a water pump is 2 kw. If
g=10 m/
2
s , the amount of water it can
raise in one minute to a height of 10 m is
(1) 2000 litres (2) 1000 litres
(3) 100 litres (4) 1200 litres
43. v+ lnc +i zil+u 10 kw t+ l+ua a
a lnc v+ 200 (aia + i(lai +i
40 aic +i +i| n i +i
(lnlv g = 10m/
2
s )
(1) 4 s (2) 5 s
(3) 8 s (4) 10 s

43. A lift develops 10 kw of power. How
much time will it take to lift a man of 200
kg to a height of 40 m (take : g = 10m/
2
s )

(1) 4 s (2) 5 s
(3) 8 s (4) 10 s
44. l( lu +i a 0.1% +i lq ti ui
a l+ua luiu +i lq tii
(1) 0.05 % (2) 0.1 %
(3) 1.0 % (4) 10 %

44. If K. E. of a body increases by 0.1 %, the
percentage increase in its momentum will be
(1) 0.05 % (2) 0.1 %
(3) 1.0 % (4) 10 %
45. v+ 2 kg (aia ini l v+ -ii+i
i lu +ui t l+i li 1m t+
l( |+ +ili in 2 rad/s, ti ui
l-i+-( +n l+uai tii
(1) 4 N (2) 4
2
N
(3) 8 N (4) 8
2
N

45. A particle of mass 2 kg is moving along
a circle path of radius 1m. If its angular
speed is 2 rad/s, the centripetal force
will be
(1) 4 N (2) 4
2
N
(3) 8 N (4) 8
2
N
46. l+i u +i (aia +-( +i la-i
+ui t
(1) ir
(2) ~inl
(3) ii (a) nii (b) i^
(4) ;- i; r|

46. The motion of the centre of mass
depends on
(1) total external forces
(2) total internal forces
(3) sum of (a) and (b)
(4) none of these
47. l( l+i la+i na ini +n +ni
+i i zi- ti ui la-a a +ia
luaiin t
(1) li i (^

47. If the net force acting on the system of
particles is zero, then which of the
following may vary
(1) momentum of the system
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(2) -i | l-iln
(3) -i i (^
(4) li | ^ln +i
(2) position of centre of mass
(3) velocity of centre of mass
(4) K. E. of the system
48. l( (i u l+i (aia ai 1 kg
uii 2 kg t uii |+i la(ii+ (1, 2)
uii (1, 3) ti ui (aia +-( +i +i
la(ii+ tii
(1) ( )
2
5
, 0
(2) ( ) 0 ,
2
5

(3) ( )
3
8
3
1
,


(4) ;- i; r|

48. Two bodies of mass 1 kg and 2 kg are
located at (1, 2) and (1, 3) respectively.
The co-ordinates of the centre of mass
are
(1) ( )
2
5
, 0
(2) ( ) 0 ,
2
5

(3) ( )
3
8
3
1
,


(4) none of these
49. l+i u +i - iii la-i +ui t

(1) ~in
(2) +i
(3) nr -i
(4) -i ~i ; ~ii

49. The moment of Inertia of a body depends
on its
(1) volume
(2) energy
(3) surface area
(4) mass and size
50. v+ ini l 1 kg +i v+ iia i +
ii i 3 ai li + ii iaii
iui t+ l( |+i +ili 50 rad/s
ti ui lu +i l+uai tii
(1) 450 J (2) 45 J
(3) 90 J (4) 0.45 J

50. A spherical solid ball of 1 kg mass and
radius 3 cm is rotating about an axis
passing through its centre with an angular
velocity of 50 rad/s. K. E. of rotation is
(1) 450 J (2) 45 J
(3) 90 J (4) 0.45 J
51. v+ oi ini (aia in l +i
+ ut n-+u i + ii -
iii l+uai tii
(1)
2
MR
3
2
(2)
2
MR
5
2

(3)
2
MR
5
7
(4)
2
MR
3
5


51. Moment of Inertia of a solid sphere about
an axis tangential to its surface is

(1)
2
MR
3
2
(2)
2
MR
5
2

(3)
2
MR
5
7
(4)
2
MR
3
5

52. l( R li in v+ lt +i +ii
iai l(i i uii lti s (i u +ui
ti ui

52. A wheel of radius R rotates through an
angle about the centre of the wheel.
The distance s moved by the wheel is
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(1)

R
S = (2) S = R
(3)
2 2
R S = (4)
2

R
S =
(1)

R
S = (2) S = R
(3)
2 2
R S = (4)
2

R
S =
53. v+ lti iia lu +u tv 2 laac a
t liaiii n+ 240 rps +i in
i-u + nui t+ ui |+i -i tii
(1)
2
rps 5 (2)
2
rps 2
(3)
2
rps 8 (4)
2
rps 11

53. A wheel starts from rent and acquires a
rotational speed of 240 rps in 2 min. Its
acceleration is
(1)
2
rps 5 (2)
2
rps 2
(3)
2
rps 8 (4)
2
rps 11
54. l( v+ ini iia lu +ui t ui +
iiaiulu +i uii iia +i +i l+uai
aiu tii
(1) 7 : 10 (2) 2 : 5
(3) 10 : 7 (4) 5 : 7

54. If a sphere is rolling, the ratio of the
translational energy to total kinetic energy
is given by
(1) 7 : 10 (2) 2 : 5
(3) 10 : 7 (4) 5 : 7
55. l( iia lu +u tv l+ + +
ii-ii +in li| iv ui l+ +i
+ili tii
(1) -
(2) ~li
(3) -i ln
(4) i; r|

55. When sand is poured on a rotational
motion on a rotating disc, its angular
velocity will be
(1) decreases
(2) increases
(3) remain constant
(4) none of these
56. v+ i(ai iau tv c+n tii +i
ai+ +oi t+ l( v+iv+ i(ai a
(iai tii +i ni n ui c+n +i +ili
in tii
(1) ~li
(2) -
(3) -i ln
(4) ri r| i ni

56. A man is sitting with folded hands on a
revolving table. Suddenly he stretches
his arms, angular speed of table would

(1) increase
(2) decrease
(3) remain the same
(4) nothing can be said
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57. v+ v+aia s l+i n-+i| L ti ui
+ (aia +-( + lu |+ i|ia
+i li l+uai tii
(1)
12
L
(2)
12
L
2

(3)
3
L
(4)
2
L


57. The radius of gyration of a uniform rod of
length L about an axis passing through
its centre of mass is
(1)
12
L
(2)
12
L
2

(3)
3
L
(4)
2
L

58. l( i v+iv+ l+ i i |+i
li v+ luti| +a ti i ui -i
-i +i aia tii
(1)
3
2
g (2)
2
3
g
(3)
9
4
g (4)
4
9
g

58. If earth suddenly shrinks by one third of its
present radius, the acceleration due to
gravity will be
(1)
3
2
g (2)
2
3
g
(3)
9
4
g (4)
4
9
g
59. v+ i(ai +i -ii i +i ut 600 N
t |a+i -ii i ( +i ut l+uai ti i
(1) i (2) 100 N
(3) 600 N (4) 3600 N

59. The weight of a person on earth is 600 N.
His weight on moon will appear as
(1) zero (2) 100 N
(3) 600 N (4) 3600 N
60. v+ u +i -ii i +i ut W t+
| u +i -ii i + -( +-(
iii li l+uai tii
(1)
8
W
(2)
4
W

(3)
2
W
(4) W

60. The weight of a body at earths surface is
W. At a depth half way to the centre of
the earth it will be
(1)
8
W
(2)
4
W

(3)
2
W
(4) W
61. v+ u +i -ii i +i ut 700
gwt t+ t l+uai -ii tii +l+
t +i (aia
7
1
ii i +i (aia
uii t +i li
2
1
ii i +i li
+ +i+ t
(1) 50 gwt (2) 200 gwt
(3) 300 gwt (4) 400 gwt

61.
A body weights 700 gwt on the surface of
the earth. How much will it weight on the
surface of the planet whose mass is
7
1
and radius
2
1
of the earth



(1) 50 gwt (2) 200 gwt
(3) 300 gwt (4) 400 gwt
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62. i ut + i +i li +
+i+ +i| -i -i +i aia
tii

(1) g (2)
2
g

(3)
4
g
(4)
8
g


62. At a height equal to earths radius, above
the earth surface, the acceleration due to
gravity is

(1) g (2)
2
g

(3)
4
g
(4)
8
g

63. -i +n +i aia +a tii
(1) i- ii
(2) i(
(3) i- ii nii i( |
(4) ;- i; r|

63. Force of gravity is least at
(1) the equator
(2) the pole
(3) a point is between equator and pole
(4) none of these
64. i +i ut -i lilu +i t
(M = i +i (aia, R = i +i
li)
(1)
R 2
GM
(2) gR
(3) + gR (4)
R 2
GM
+

64. Gravitational potential on the surface of
the earth is (M = mass of the earth,
R = radius of the earth)
(1)
R 2
GM
(2) gR
(3) + gR (4)
R 2
GM
+
65. v+ ti +ii a (i t i + ii u
++ ni t t+ l( v+ t +i
(aia ( t +i 100 ii -iii ti
ui a+ iu+in +i aiu t

(1) 1 : 1 (2) 10 : 1
(3) 100 : 1 (4) 1 : 100

65. Two satellites are orbiting around the
earth in circular orbits of the same
radius. One of them is 100 times greater
in man than the other. Their period of
revolution are in the ratio
(1) 1 : 1 (2) 10 : 1
(3) 100 : 1 (4) 1 : 100
66. -i (aia uii - (aia +i
aiu l+uai tii
(1)
2
1
(2) 1
(3) 2 (4) i; lln r|

66. What is the ratio of gravitational mass
and inertial mass
(1)
2
1
(2) 1
(3) 2 (4) not fixed
67. i + -ia ii i +i i ia
+ g + aia a lua tii

67. As we go from equator to the pole the
value of g
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(1) -i ln
(2) -
(3) ~li
(4) 45 n - ri^i
(1) remains the same
(2) decreases
(3) increases
(4) decreases upto a latitude of 45
68. l+i t + iu+in T ti ui a+i
lu +i aiaiui tii
(1)
3
2
1
T
(2)
T
1

(3)
2
1
T
(4)
3
1
T


68. In a satellite of the time of revolution is T,
then K. E. is proportional to
(1)
3
2
1
T
(2)
T
1

(3)
2
1
T
(4)
3
1
T

69. l+i la t +i ii in la-i
ati +ui t
(1) (| i -i
(2) ^r i -i
(3) (| | li
(4) ^-(| -(i g

69. Orbital velocity of an artificial satellite
does not depends upon
(1) mass of earth
(2) mass of satellite
(3) radius of earth
(4) acceleration due to gravity
70. l+i t + lnv nia
e
v t+ l(
t +i li lau ti -u (aia i
ii ti iv ui + nia tii

(1) 4 (2) 2
e
v
(3)
e
v (4)
2
v
e


70. Escape velocity on a planet is
e
v . If the
radius of planet remain same and mass
becomes 4 times, the escape velocity
becomes
(1) 4 (2) 2
e
v
(3)
e
v (4)
2
v
e

71. l+i u +i + nia +a
ilu l+i i ui + lu +i
uii lilu +i +i i taii
(1) ii-- ri^i
(2) i ri^i
(3) ~ii-- ri^i
(4) ;- i; r|

71. In a missile launched with a velocity less
than escape velocity, the sum of its K. E.
and P. E. is always
(1) + ve
(2) zero
(3) ve
(4) none of them
72. uiaia + lq +i -iiui ii+
+i -ii i
(1) i-^i
(2) ^i

72. With rise in temperature the Youngs
modulus of elasticity
(1) decreases
(2) increases
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(3) i l(n
(4) -i ln
(3) changes erratically
(4) remains unchanged
73. l+i u a i+i a lua l+i i
+ui t
(1) ni l(ln
(2) ni ln
(3) -il l(ln
(4) ~-i l(ln

73. The change in the shape of a regular
body is due to
(1) shearing strain
(2) bulk strain
(3) mental strain
(4) longitudinal strain
74. i|a laui+ +i S. I. a ai+ tii
(1) J/m (2)
2
m / N
(3)
2
Nm (4) -i lrn

74. S. I. unit of Poissions ratio is
(1) J/m (2)
2
m / N
(3)
2
Nm (4) unit less
75. iuai-a+ -iiui +i --a l+i i
+ui t
(1) ( -i -
(2) ( ( -
(3) ( ^ -
(4) n|i ~(-ii -

75. The volume elasticity is possessed by

(1) solid only
(2) liquid only
(3) gas only
(4) all the three states of matter
76. l+i uai t| l +i lilu +i
aiaiui tii
(1) lni (^
(2) | r; -i; (^
(3) ili -i; (^
(4) ;- i; r|

76. The potential energy of a stretched
spring is proportional to
(1) the square of the force content
(2) the square of amount of stretch
(3) the square of the original length
(4) none of these
77. (i i+a + +n+n + lii +i aiu
ai 2 : 1 t ui a+ iul+ (i+ +i
aiu t
(1) 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 4
(3) 2 : 1 (4) 4 : 1

77. Two soap bubbles have radii in the ratio
of 2 : 1. What is the ratio of excess
pressure inside them
(1) 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 4
(3) 2 : 1 (4) 4 : 1
78. v+ R li in +n+n +i io sic-sic

78. A spherical liquid drop of radius R is
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v+ aia +n+n a l-iilu l+i iui
t+ l( o uai T t ui l+i i +i
tii
(1) T R
2
2 (2) T R
2
3
(3) T R
2
4 (4) T R
2
2
divided into eight equal droplets. If surface
tension is T, then the work done in this
process will be
(1) T R
2
2 (2) T R
2
3
(3) T R
2
4 (4) T R
2
2
79. l+i i+a + +n+n +i i 4 cm ti ui
a liu lilu +i l+uai tii
+l+ o uai T = 0.07 N/m t
(1) J
4
10 7

(2) J
4
10 5 . 3


(3) J
2
10 76 . 1

(4) J
3
10 8 . 8



79. The energy stored in a soap bubble of
diameter 4 cm is (surface tension T = 0.07
N/m) nearly
(1) J
4
10 7

(2) J
4
10 5 . 3


(3) J
2
10 76 . 1

(4) J
3
10 8 . 8


80. l+i ( +i ziaui ii+ +i aia
uiaia + aiaiui ti
(1) T (2)
T
1

(3)
2
T (4)
2
T
1


80. How does the viscosity of gases vary
with temperature
(1) T (2)
T
1

(3)
2
T (4)
2
T
1

81. l+i l +i +n laui+ K ti ui
n-+i|
1
l n-+i|
2
l a lluu +a
l+uai +i +ai tii
(1) ( )
2 1
l l K (2)

+
2
l l
K
2 1

(3) ( )
2
1
2
2
l l K (4) ( )
2
1
2
2
l l
2
K


81. K is the force constant of spring. The
work done in increasing its extention
from
1
l to
2
l will be
(1) ( )
2 1
l l K (2)

+
2
l l
K
2 1

(3) ( )
2
1
2
2
l l K (4) ( )
2
1
2
2
l l
2
K

82. l+i i(i +i 27C uiaia
+i lu +i
1
E ti ui 327C
uiaia lu +i tii

(1)
2
E
1
(2)
2
E
1

(3)
1
E 2 (4)
1
E 2

82. At 27C temperature, the kinetic energy
of an ideal gas is
1
E . If the temperature
is increased to 327C, then kinetic energy
would be
(1)
2
E
1
(2)
2
E
1

(3)
1
E 2 (4)
1
E 2
83. N. T. P. ai an ai|cia i
+ lnv l+uai tii
(1) 33 m/s (2) 492 m/s
(3) 517 m/s (4) 546 m/s

83. R. M. S. velocity of nitrogen molecules at
N. T. P. is
(1) 33 m/s (2) 492 m/s
(3) 517 m/s (4) 546 m/s
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84. i|a aiu +i aia luaiin t

(1) 1
2
1
n
(2)
4
3

2
1
n
(3)
2
1
1 n
(4) 1 2 n

84. The value of Poissions ratio (theoretically)
lies between
(1) 1 to
2
1

(2)
4
3
to
2
1

(3)
2
1
to 1
(4) 1 to 2
85. v+ ii 2 kg +i -ii nc+ia
+i n-+i| a 1% +i lq tiui t+ ui
ii llu tii
(1) 0.01 (2) 0.001
(3) 0.1 (4) 0.0001

85. The length of a wire increases by 1% on
suspending 2 kg wt from it. The linear
strain in the wire is
(1) 0.01 (2) 0.001
(3) 0.1 (4) 0.0001
86. 22 g +
2
CO +i 27C uiaia a 16 g +
2
O +i 37C uiaia a lal~u l+i iui
t ui la~i +i uiaia tii
(1) 30.5C (2) 32C
(3) 27C (4) 37C

86. The 22 g of
2
CO at 27C is mixed with 16
g of
2
O at 37C. The temperature of the
mixture is
(1) 30.5C (2) 32C
(3) 27C (4) 37C
87. v+ +ua a i ut 4C iai -i
l(i i t+ t iai + la ni
l(
(1) ;i ^- li ini r
(2) ;i -i li ini r
(3) ii -i nii ^-
(4) i ni -i ~i i r| ^-


87. A beaker is completely filled with water at
4C, it will overflow

(1) when heated, but not when cooled
(2) when cooled, but not when heated
(3) both when heated or cooled
(4) neither when heated nor when cooled
88. v+ +iun a 0C n -i + i(
+i ut iin l(i iv ui
(1) - i^i
(2) ^^i
(3)
2
H ~i
2
O - - i^i

88. A bottle of water at 0C is opened on the
surface of moon. What happens
(1) water freezes
(2) water will boil
(3) water decomposes in
2
H and
2
O
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89. ( ain +i i(i +i 600 k uiaia
100 lnc 10 lnc u+ (+ii iui
t+ | (iia l+uai +i -i t

(1) J 10 11 . 4
4
(2) J 10 11 . 4
4

(3) J 10 4 . 11
4
(4) J 10 4 . 11
4


89. Ten moles of an ideal gas at constant
temperature 600 k is compressed from
100 litres to 10 litres. The work done in
the process is
(1) J 10 11 . 4
4
(2) J 10 11 . 4
4

(3) J 10 4 . 11
4
(4) J 10 4 . 11
4

90. l+i la+i +i 50 n +ai (a uii
la+i 15 J +i +i +a la+i
+i iul+ +i a lua tii
(1) 35 J (2) 50 J
(3) 65 J (4) 15 J

90. If amount of heat given to a system be 50 J
and work done on the system be 15 J, then
change in internal energy of the system is
(1) 35 J (2) 50 J
(3) 65 J (4) 15 J
91. v+ i(i v+ aiil+ +i A B
C D A u+ n ia a l+uai +i
tii
(1) PV
(2) 0.5 PV
(3) 2 PV
(4) 3 PV


91. An ideal monoatomic gas is taken around
the cycle ABCDA as shown in P versus V
curve. Work done during the cycle is
(1) PV
(2) 0.5 PV
(3) 2 PV
(4) 3 PV
92. lc +i +ui t
(1) +-| ; | nr
(2) +-| - | nr
(3) i|n | nr
(4) l(nn ; | nr

92. A refrigerator acts as
(1) a heat engine
(2) a heat pump
(3) an air cooler
(4) an electric motor
93. +iaic |a + +ai +i uiu
iiliu +ui t ui uiu +i uiaia t
(1) ~li
(2) -
(3) -i ln
(4) r| ri i ni

93. In a Carnot engine, when heat is
absorbed from the source, temp of source
(1) increases
(2) decreases
(3) remain constant
(4) cannot say
v
p
O
x
y
D
(V, 2P)
C
(2V, 2P)
B
(2V, P) (P, V)
A

v
p
O
x
y
D
(V, 2P)
C
(2V, 2P)
B
(2V, P) (P, V)
A

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Part-II/D/55 ( 21 ) P. T. O.
94. l+i |a +i (iui
3
1
t ui | |a
ii -ii +ai +i aia l+ni +nii a
tii
(1) 1400 cal (2) 700 cal
(3) 700 J (4) 1400 J

94. An engine has an efficiency of
3
1
. The
amount of work this engine can perform
per kilocalorie of heat input is
(1) 1400 cal (2) 700 cal
(3) 700 J (4) 1400 J
95. (ia li + (iia 10 ain +i
iul+ +i 50 n u+ +a tiui t+ |
(iia l+uai +i -i t
(1) + 50 J
(2) 50 J
(3) zero
(4) cannot say

95. During adiabater expansion of 10 moles
of a gas, the internal energy decreases
by 50 J. Work done during the process is
(1) + 50 J
(2) 50 J
(3) i
(4) ri r| i ni
96. l+i i(i zia u +i uiaia 5% u+
+ii iui t ui +ai +i l+uai +i
(1) 25 % (2) 15 %
(3) 12.5 % (4) 21.55 %

96. If temperature of a hot black body is
raised by 5% heat energy radiated would
increases by
(1) 25 % (2) 15 %
(3) 12.5 % (4) 21.55 %
97. l+i iiu + -nc +i 27C +i+ 84C
uiaia + l(i iui t+ ui +ai +ai
+i aia l+ ( +i
(1) i ^i n
(2) i ^i n
(3) ^i n
(4) ~i- ^i n

97. The temperature of a piece of metal is
increased from 27C to 84C. The rate at
which energy is radiated is increased to
(1) four times
(2) two times
(3) six times
(4) eight times
98. v+ u 60C 50C u+ oi tia a 10
laac niui t uii + ii u +
aia +i uiaia 25C t ui n 10
laac a l+uai uiaia ti ii
(1) 48C (2) 46C
(3) 49C (4) 42.85C

98. A body takes 10 minutes to cool from
60C to 50C. If the temperature of
surroundings is 25C, then temperature
of body after next 10 minutes will be
(1) 48C (2) 46C
(3) 49C (4) 42.85C
99. (i ui x uii y ai ini uii aini
+i +ii -lu +ui t+ |aa l+
uii +i uiaia i(i tii
(1) x

99. Two stars x and y emit yellow and blue
lights respectively. Out of these, whose
temperature, will be more
(1) x
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(2) y
(3) l| i r|
(4) r| r n
(2) y
(3) no one
(4) cannot say
100. l+i i(i + auii iuai-a+
-iiui ii+ l+uai tii

(1)
3
2
P (2) P
(3)
2
3
P (4) 2 P

100. A given mass of an ideal gas is at pressure
P and absolute temperature T. The
isothermal bulk modular of the gas is
(1)
3
2
P (2) P
(3)
2
3
P (4) 2 P
101. l+i i(i + v+ ain +i lu
+i RT
2
3
E = t ui
p
C +i aia tii
(1) 0.5 R (2) 0.1 R
(3) 1.5 R (4) 2.5 R

101.
The kinetic energy of one mole of an
ideal gas is RT
2
3
E = . Then
p
C will be
(1) 0.5 R (2) 0.1 R
(3) 1.5 R (4) 2.5 R
102. l+i v+ aiil+ +i (ia a
ii v+iv+ +i iua
8
1
u+ +a +
l(i iui t+ ui lua (i+ uii il-i+
(i+ +i aiu l+uai tii ( )
3
5
= r
(1) 32 (2)
3
40

(3)
5
24
(4) 8

102. A monoatomic gas is suddenly
compressed to
8
1
th of its initial volume
adiabatically. The ratio of its final
pressure to initial pressure is ( )
3
5
= r
(1) 32 (2)
3
40

(3)
5
24
(4) 8
103. l+i zia u ii 2000 k uiaia
li+ua
m
+i u( --a l+i
iui t+ ui 3000 k uiaia l+ua
u( +i +ai --a tii
(1)
m
2
3
(2)
m
3
2

(3)
m
81
16
(4)
m
16
81


103. A black body has maximum wavelength
m
at 2000 k. Its corresponding wave-
length at 3000 k will be

(1)
m
2
3
(2)
m
3
2

(3)
m
81
16
(4)
m
16
81

104. l+i l( a a i(i + lnv
dW = 0 uii dQ < 0+ u+ | +i
(1) ni-i - ri^i
(2) ~in ~li ri^i
(3) li - i; l(n r| ri^i
(4) ni-i ^i

104. In a given process on an ideal gas dW = 0
and dQ < 0. Then, for the gas
(1) the temperature will decreases
(2) the volume will increases
(3) the pressure will remain constant
(4) the temperature will increases
105. l+i n iu lu a uiili+ uii

105. The phase difference between the
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uiili+ -i + +i l+uai +ni-u tii
(1) i (2)
2


(3) (4) 0.707
instantaneous velocity and acceleration
of a particle executing S.H.M. is
(1) zero (2)
2


(3) (4) 0.707
106. l+i n iu lu a l( -i +i aia
+ui t ui + iu+in +i aia
(1) i-^i
(2) ^i
(3) -i ln r^i
(4) ~iii ri i^i

106. A particle is executing S.H.M. when its
acceleration increases, its time period
(1) decreases
(2) increases
(3) remain constant
(4) becomes half
107. l+i n iu lu + lnv li+ua
uii li+ua -i ai
0
v uii
0
a ti
ui +i iia l+uai tii
(1)
2
0
0
a
v
(2)
0 0
a v
(3)
2
0
0
v
a
(4)
0 0
1
v a


107. The maximum acceleration of a body
moving S.H.M. is
0
a and maximum
velocity is
0
v . The amplitude is given by
(1)
2
0
0
a
v
(2)
0 0
a v
(3)
2
0
0
v
a
(4)
0 0
1
v a

108. l+i n iu lu a th
8
3
++ +
lnv l+uai a tii +l+ iu+in T
t
(1)
8
3
T (2)
8
5
T
(3)
12
5
T (4)
12
7
T

108.
A particle undergoes S.H.M. having time
period T. The time taken in th
8
3

oscillation is
(1)
8
3
T (2)
8
5
T
(3)
12
5
T (4)
12
7
T
109. l+i n iu lu +i liia +i
y = 0.25 sin (200t) cm t ui li+ua
+i aia l+uai tii
(1) 200 cm/sec
(2) 100 cm/sec
(3) 50 cm/sec
(4) 5.25 cm/sec

109. The displacement of a particle executing
S.H.M. is given by y = 0.25 sin (200t) cm.
The maximum speed of the particle is
(1) 200 cm/sec
(2) 100 cm/sec
(3) 50 cm/sec
(4) 5.25 cm/sec
110.

l+i l +i uia +i+ -iii a +ic
l(i i ui -+ c+ +i l +n
laui+ l+uai tii +l+ K = l +n
laui+
(1) K (2) 3 k

110.

A spring of force constant K is cut into three
equal parts. The force constant of each part
will be

(1) K (2) 3 k
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(3)
3
K
(4) 9 K (3)
3
K
(4) 9 K
111. l+i n iu lu + lnv iia a,
+n +i E ti ui an l+-( l+ua
liia |+i lu +i
4
E 3
ti
ii

(1)
2
a
y =
(2)
2
a
y =
(3)
2
3
a
y =
(4) y = a

111. A particle starts S.H.M. from the mean
position. Its amplitude is a and total
energy E. At one instant its kinetic
energy is
4
E 3
its displacement at this
instant is
(1)
2
a
y =
(2)
2
a
y =
(3)
2
3
a
y =
(4) y = a

112. l+i n nin+ +i n-+i| 45% u+ +i
(i iui t ui + iu+in a l+ua
luiu +i lq tii
(1) 44%
(2) 44 %
(3) 10%
(4) 20%

112. The length of a simple pendulum is
increased by 45%. What is the
percentage increase in its time period
(1) 44%
(2) 44 %
(3) 10%
(4) 20%
113. l+i n iu + lnv

y = 3 sin wt + 4 cos wt
t ui a+i liiai iia tii
(1) 7 (2) 12
(3) 1 (4) 5

113. The S.H.M. of a particle is given by the
equation
y = 3 sin wt + 4 cos wt
The amplitude is
(1) 7 (2) 12
(3) 1 (4) 5
114. l+i l nin+ 200 gm + u +i
i + n iu lu +i| iui t
ui +i iu+in l+uai tii ? l(
l +n laui+ k = 80 N/m
(1) 0.15 sec (2) 0.02 sec
(3) 0.31 sec (4) 0.05 sec

114. A particle of mass 200 gm executes
S.H.M. The restoring force is provided by
a spring of force constant k = 80 N/m.
The time period of oscillations is
(1) 0.15 sec (2) 0.02 sec
(3) 0.31 sec (4) 0.05 sec
115. l+i n iu lu + lnv i-lilu
3 cm (i +i -i 12 cm/
2
sec

115. The acceleration of a particle performing
S.H.M. is 12 cm/
2
sec at a distance of
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ti ui + iu+in +i aia tii

(1) 2.0 sec (2) 3.14 sec
(3) 0.5 sec (4) 1.0 sec
3 cm from the mean position. Its time
period is
(1) 2.0 sec (2) 3.14 sec
(3) 0.5 sec (4) 1.0 sec
116. i-iii x (i l+i n iu
lu + lnv lilu +i +i aia tii

(1)
2 2
2
1
x mw
(2)
2 2
2
1
a mw
(3) ( )
2 2 2
2
1
x a mw
(4) i

116. The P.E. of a particle executing S.H.M.
from a distance x from its equilibrium
position is
(1)
2 2
2
1
x mw
(2)
2 2
2
1
a mw
(3) ( )
2 2 2
2
1
x a mw
(4) zero
117. l+i li cia 760 KHz u
ilu l+i iui t ui u +i u(
l+uai tii
(1) 395 m (2) 790 m
(3) 760 m (4) 197.5 m

117. A radio station broadcasts at 760 KHz.
What is wavelength of the station

(1) 395 m (2) 790 m
(3) 760 m (4) 197.5 m
118. 0C la +i ti a 331 m/s t ui
35C la +i l+uai tii
(1) 331 m/s (2) 366 m/s
(3) 351.6 m/s (4) 332 m/s

118. If speed of sound is in air at 0C is
331 m/s what will be its volume at 35C
(1) 331 m/s (2) 366 m/s
(3) 351.6 m/s (4) 332 m/s
119. l+i aai( ani a ia uii lui
aai( 22.7 cm uii 70.2 cm i-u tiui
t ui uui aai( l+ua i-u tii
(1) 117.7 cm (2) 92.9 cm
(3) 115.5 cm (4) 113.5 cm

119. In a resonance column first and second
resonance are obtained at depths 22.7 cm
and 70.2 cm. This third resonance will be
obtained at a depth of
(1) 117.7 cm (2) 92.9 cm
(3) 115.5 cm (4) 113.5 cm
120. (i ia i| 10C 2 l-( lu
+ --a +u t+ l( uiaia +i
20C u+ +iu t ui lu + l-(
l+uai tii
(1) 5
(2) 5 ~li
(3) 5 -

120. Two organ pipes produced 5 beats/sec at
10C. When the temperature rises to
20C, the number of beats is

(1) 5
(2) more than 5
(3) less than 5
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(4) i; -i; li ni r (4) depends on length of pipes
121. l+i +-( ia i| + lnv an-iu
il-i 100 Hz t+ ui (iai u + l
in ta l+uai il-i i-u tii
(1) 200, 400, 600, 800
,..........

(2) 200, 300, 400, 500
,..........

(3) 100, 300, 500, 700
,..........

(4) 100, 200, 300, 400
,..........


121. A closed organ pipe has fundamental
frequency 100 Hz. What frequencies will be
produced if its other end is also opened
(1) 200, 400, 600, 800
,..........

(2) 200, 300, 400, 500
,..........

(3) 100, 300, 500, 700
,..........

(4) 100, 200, 300, 400
,..........

122. i-n +i -ii -iii tiui t
(1) ( (l n^
(2) ( ii n^
(3) ii (l nii ii n^
(4) i ni (l ~i r| ii n^

122. Dopplers effect applies
(1) only to sound waves
(2) only to light waves
(3) to both sound and light waves
(4) to neither light nor sound waves
123. + +i| uiu la i(i lu
+ui t ui uiu u (i +ui t

(1) ^i| n^ (2) -n n^
(3) -i n^ (4) il n^

123. When a source moves with a speed
greater than the velocity of sound in the
medium, then the wave front of the wave is
(1) spherical (2) plane
(3) cylindrical (4) conical
124. l+i iai u +i ai+i
y = 4 sin
3
2 x
. cos 40 t
t ui (i -( + +i +i (i l+uai tii
+l+ x uii y ai a, t + a t

(1) 3 cm (2) 1.5 cm
(3) 6 cm (4) 4 cm

124. The equation of stationary wave along a
stretched string is given by
y = 4 sin
3
2 x
. cos 40 t
where x and y are in cms and, t in secs.
The separation between two adjacent
modes is
(1) 3 cm (2) 1.5 cm
(3) 6 cm (4) 4 cm
125. l+i u +i i +i li ii iliu
l+i iui t ui u
(1) i| ri i^i
(2) i; ~i(i i - r| ^i
(3) ~i(i i ii ^i
(4) lni ~i(lin ii^ ri^i ii ^i

125. When a body is charged by induction,
then the body
(1) becomes neutral
(2) does not lose any charge
(3) loses whole of the charge on it
(4) loses part of the charge on it
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126. (i ii + +i na ini +n F t+ l(
(iai ii +i (iai uii (i -ii (iai
+ (i i ui na ini +n tii
(1) F (2) 2 F
(3) 4 F (4)
4
F


126. Force between two charges separated by
a certain distance in air is F. If each
charge were doubled and distance
between them also doubled, force would be
(1) F (2) 2 F
(3) 4 F (4)
4
F

127. (i aia ii Q + lania ini ii
oi+ +i a uii ii q i l(i iui
t ui la+i +i i-iii a tia + lnv
q +i aia tii
(1)
2
Q

(2)
4
Q

(3) 4 q
(4)
2
Q
+

127. If charge q is placed at the centre of the
line joining two equal charge Q. The
system of three charges will be in
equilibrium if q is
(1)
2
Q

(2)
4
Q

(3) 4 q
(4)
2
Q
+
128. (i aia 1 c + ii +i 1 m +i (i
ti a ia +i nu lilu +i
tii
(1) J
3
10 9

(2) i
(3) ev
3
10 9

(4) 1 J

128. Potential energy of equal positive charge
1 c held 1 m apart in air is

(1) J
3
10 9

(2) zero
(3) ev
3
10 9

(4) 1 J
129. (i ini u +i iliu ++ v+
iil-+ ui ii i l(i iui t ui
nu i +i uiui +i aiu ini u
+ lnv l+uai tii ? ti
1
R uii
2
R
(iai ini u +i li t
(1)
2
1
2

R
R

(2)
2
2
1

R
R

(3)

1
2
R
R


129. Two spheres of Radii
1
R and
2
R
respectively are charged and joined by a
wire. The ratio of electric field of sphere
is

(1)
2
1
2

R
R

(2)
2
2
1

R
R

(3)

1
2
R
R

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(4)

2
1
R
R
(4)

2
1
R
R

130. l+i nu l-i +i ai+i
4 10 5
2
+ = x x V i-c ii (liu
l+i iui t+ ui x = 1 m nu i +i
uiui tii
(1)
m
V
23 (2)
m
V
11
(3)
m
V
6 (4)
m
V
20

130. The electric potential V is given as a
function of distance x (meter) by
4 10 5
2
+ = x x V volt. Value of electric
field at x = 1 m is
(1)
m
V
23 (2)
m
V
11
(3)
m
V
6 (4)
m
V
20
131. l+i ii Q +i v+ ia + +-( i
l(i i ti ui ia + -+ un ii
nu n+ l+uai tii
(1)
0

Q
(2)
0
2
Q

(3)
0
6
Q
(4)
0
12
Q


131. A charge is placed at the centre of a
cube, the flux emitted through its one
face is
(1)
0

Q
(2)
0
2
Q

(3)
0
6
Q
(4)
0
12
Q

132. l(v v l a l+-( A uii B + +i
liiai iilui l+uai tii



(1) 15 f (2) 30 f
(3) 60 f (4) 45 f

132. The resultant capacitance between the
points A and B in fig.



(1) 15 f (2) 30 f
(3) 60 f (4) 45 f
133. l+i 10 + luii in ui a 5A +i
iii 4 laac u+ iltu +i iui t+ ui
lu + uii lu ai in
l+uai ii iltu tii
(1) 12 C (2) 120 C
(3) 1200 C (4) 12000 C

133. A current of 5A exists in a 10 resistance
for 4 minutes. How many coulombs pass
through any cross section of the resistor
in this time
(1) 12 C (2) 120 C
(3) 1200 C (4) 12000 C
134. l+i ui +i il-i+ luii R ti ui ui
+i lau iua +i n-+i| (iai
+ (a +i luii l+uai tii

134. The resistance of a wire is R. The wire is
stretched to double its length keeping
volume constant. Now the resistance of the
B
E
D
A
5 f 10 f
15 f
30 f
F
G
B
E
D
A
5 f 10 f
15 f
30 f
F
G
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(1) 4 R (2) 2 R
(3)
2
R
(4)
4
R

wire will become
(1) 4 R (2) 2 R
(3)
2
R
(4)
4
R

135. l+i -nlcaa ui +i luii ai 0C
uii 273C 10 uii 20 t ui luii
ui ii+ l+uai tii
(1)
1
273
1

K (2) 273 k
(3)
1
K
293
1

(4) 273C

135. The resistance of platinum wire has 10
at 0C and 20 at 273C. The value of
temperature coefficient of platinum is
(1)
1
273
1

K (2) 273 k
(3)
1
K
293
1

(4) 273C
136. l a l(ii iii I +i aia tii





(1) 1.7 A (2) 3.7 A
(3) 1.3 A (4) 1.0 A

136. The figure shows current in a part of an
electric circuit, then current I is




(1) 1.7 A (2) 3.7 A
(3) 1.3 A (4) 1.0 A
137. l+i ui +i +n luii 12 t l(
-ii+i + l(i iv ui + i +
(iai l+-(i + +i +i liiai luii
tii
(1) 6 (2) 3
(3) 12 (4) 24

137. A wire has a resistance 12. It is bent in
the form of a circle. The effective
resistance between two points on any
diameter is
(1) 6 (2) 3
(3) 12 (4) 24
138. (i lnu + +-+ + luiii + aiu
1 : 3 t l( -t ai-u a a l+i lau
i-c in uiu i l(i i ui
a+i zil+u +i aiu l+uai tii
(1) 1 : 3 (2) 1 : 1
(3) 3 : 1 (4) 1 : 9

138. Two electric bulbs whose resistances are
in the ratio 1 : 3 are connected in parallel
to a constant voltage source. The powers
dissipated in them have the ratio
(1) 1 : 3 (2) 1 : 1
(3) 3 : 1 (4) 1 : 9
139. l+i ail-i+ + ii i m
12
10 50


+ li + -ii i |n+cia
s m/ 10 2 . 2
6
+ lu +ui t+ ui
|n+cia +i -++i iii tii

139. The orbital speed of electron orbiting
around a nucleus in a circular orbit of
radius m
12
10 50

in s m/ 10 2 . 2
6
.
Then the magnetic dipole moment of an
I
1.3A
2A
2A
1A
I
1.3A
2A
2A
1A
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(1)
2 19
10 6 . 1 Am


(2)
2 21
10 3 . 5 Am


(3)
2 24
10 8 . 8 Am


(4)
2 26
10 8 . 8 Am


electron is
(1)
2 19
10 6 . 1 Am


(2)
2 21
10 3 . 5 Am


(3)
2 24
10 8 . 8 Am


(4)
2 26
10 8 . 8 Am


140. i|+nicia --a tiui t
(1) ^ l- i
(2) (nn -i l- ~i(l-i
(3) (nn -i n- ~i(l-i
(4) ^ i

140. Cyclotron employs
(1) gas at low pressure
(2) low frequency electric field
(3) high frequency electric field
(4) gas at high pressure
141. l+i lnu -++i +n ii B +
n-+u v+ -++i li +i i l(i
i t+ l( | 180 iai l(i i ui
l+uai +i +ai i
(1) MB (2) 2 MB
(3) 2MB (4) i

141. A magnetic dipole is placed at right
angles to the direction of lines of force of
magnetic induction B. If it is rotated through
an angle of 180 then the work done is
(1) MB (2) 2 MB
(3) 2MB (4) zero
142. l( l+i -++ + -ii uii (liii i +
i nit-++i (ii +i nii iui t ui
(1) i( ,ii ~ilin rini r
(2) i( ,ii lnlin rini r
(3) -i| i( ,ii lnlin nii l-ii| i(
,ii ~ilin rini r
(4) -i| i( ,ii ~ilin nii l-ii| i(
,ii lnlin rini r

142. If a diamagnetic substance is brought near
north or south pole of a bar magnet it is
(1) attracted by poles
(2) repelled by poles
(3) repelled by north pole and attracted by
south pole
(4) attracted by north pole and repelled by
south pole
143.

l+i +ni a 5V +i l i +n +i 3A
2A iii a lua ++ v+ laln
+ a (i l+i iui t ui i
ii+ tii
(1) H
2
10 5 (2) 5 H

143. An e.m.f. of 5V is produced in a coil when
current changes at a steady rate from 3A
to 2A in one millisecond. The value of
self-inductance is
(1) H
2
10 5 (2) 5 H
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Part-II/D/55 ( 31 ) P. T. O.
(3) H
3
10 5

(4) 0.005 mH (3) H
3
10 5

(4) 0.005 mH
144. l+i -iui li a iii

=
2
100 sin 5

t i vl- uii l-i
( ) t v 100 sin 200 = i-c ti, ui zil+u +i
aia tii
(1) 20 (i- (2) 40 (i-
(3) 1000 (i- (4) i (i-

144.
In an A.C. circuit, the current in

=
2
100 sin 5

t i amp and the A.C.
potential ( ) t v 100 sin 200 = volt, then the
power consumption is

(1) 20 Watt (2) 40 Watt
(3) 1000 Watt (4) Zero Watt
145. uia u( ai m
7
10 , m
10
10

uii
m
7
10

+ t ui a+ aia +i ti +u t

(1) li n^, x-n^, --i n^
(2) x-n^, --i n^, li n^
(3) x-n^,
-
n^, --i n^
(4) --i n^,
-
n^, x-n^

145. There are three wavelengths m
7
10 ,
m
10
10

and m
7
10

. Find their
respective names
(1) radio waves, x- rays, visible rays
(2) x- rays, visible rays, radio waves,
(3) x- rays,
-
rays, visible rays
(4) visible rays,
-
rays, x- rays
146. l( l+i +ii u +i iua ii
ilu l+i iui t ui iluu uii
luu l+i + +i +ii tii
(1) 180 (2) 90
(3) 45 (4) 36

146. If the light is polarised by reflection, then
the angle between reflected & refracted
light is
(1) 180 (2) 90
(3) 45 (4) 36
147. l+i la l+i uai+ 1.5 t ui
+ -aua lna +ii +i aia +
la +ii + +i+ t+ ui la +ii
l+uai tii (l(i t cos 41 = 0.75)
(1) 62 (2) 41
(3) 82 (4) 31

147. Angle of minimum deviation for a prism
of refractive index 1.5 is equal to the
angle of the prism. Then the angle of the
prism is (given cos 41 = 0.75)
(1) 62 (2) 41
(3) 82 (4) 31
148. l+i iiu +i +i na 3 ev ti ui +i
(tni u( tii
(1) 4133 A (2) 4000 A
(3) 4500 A (4) 5000 A

148. If work function of metal is 3 ev then
threshold wavelength will be
(1) 4133 A (2) 4000 A
(3) 4500 A (4) 5000 A
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149. H-aii + la-a +i u +i +i 13.6
ev t+ ui lui -ilu ii a |n+cia
+i ilau tia + lnv i+ +i +i
aii tii
(1) 1.51 ev (2) 3.4 ev
(3) 13.6 ev (4) 12.1 ev

149. The ground state energy of H-atom is
13.6 ev. The energy needed to ionize H-
atom from its second excited state

(1) 1.51 ev (2) 3.4 ev
(3) 13.6 ev (4) 12.1 ev
150. la-alnliu liai |+ l-i +i
liiai c +ia-i tii




(1) NAND
(2) XOR
(3) OR
(4) i; i| r|

150. The following configuration of gate is
equivalent to




(1) NAND
(2) XOR
(3) OR
(4) none of these

OR
OR
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