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Q No: 1

The SI unit of length is based on : (1) the distance from the north pole to the equator along a meridian passing through Paris (2) wavelength of light emitted by Kr86 (3) a precision meter stick in Paris (4) the speed of light Your Answer: 3 Correct Answer: 4 Q No: 7 Status: incorrect

If the unit of length be doubled then the numerical value of the universal gravitation constant G will become (with respect to present value) (1) double (2) half (3) 8 times (4) 1/8 times Your Answer: 3 Correct Answer: 4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 8

In a given system of units, 1 unit of mass = 2 kg, 1 unit of length = 5 m and 1 unit of time = 5 sec. Then in this system, 1 N represents : (1) units of force (2) units of force (3) 2 units of force (4) units of force Your Answer: 2 Correct Answer: 1 Q No: 9 Status: incorrect

The van der Waals' equation for n moles of a real gas is :

(V nb) = nRT where P is the pressure,

V is the volume, T is the absolute temperature, R is the molar gas constant and a, b are van der Waals' constants. Which of the following have the same dimensions as those of PV?

(1) nRT (2) a/V (3) Pb (4) ab/V2 Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 4 Q No: 7 Status: incorrect

Two vectors figure

are arranged in such a way that they form adjacent sides of a parallelogram as shown in

Which of the following options have correct relationship (1) (2) (3) (4) Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 7

A Bull's eye student (Target IIT JEE 2013) was given a question from paper of IIT JEE 2010 after first chapter was finished. The question was beyond his comprehension but teacher assured the student that you can solve this question with your present capability. Kindly justify the faith of teacher. A particle of mass m moves on the x-axis in a potential energy of the form V(x) = kx2, where k has unit of force per unit length, it performs simple harmonic motion. x is position on x-axis. The corresponding time period is

proportional to

, as can be seen easily using dimensional analysis. However, the motion of a particle can be

periodic even when its potential energy increases on both sides of x = 0 in a way different from kx2 and its total energy is such that the particle does not escape to infinity. Consider a particle of mass m moving on the x-axis. Its potential energy is V(x) = x4 ( > 0) for | x | near the origin and becomes a constant equal to V0 for | x | X0. For periodic motion of small amplitude A, the time period T of this particle is proportional to (1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 10

Two vectors (1) (2) (3) (4)

and

are drawn from a common point and and

If C2 = A2 + B2, the angle between vectors If C2 < A2 + B2, the angle between and

is 90

is greater than 90 and is between 0 and 90.

If C2 > A2 + B2, then angle between the vectors If C = A B, angle between and is 180.

Your Answer: 1,2,3 Correct Answer: 1,2,3,4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 10

If ___________ (1) x1y2 = x2y1 (2) x1y2 > x2y1 (3) x2y1 = x1y2 (4) None of these Your Answer: 3 Correct Answer: 1 Status: incorrect

The condition that would make

parallel to each other is

Q No: 10

AB is a string whose one end A is fixed at the highest point of a ring placed in vertical plane. C is the centre of the ring. At other end B of the string, is attached a bead of mass m, which can slide along the ring. If the bead is in equilibrium at B & string is taut then the tenson in the string is

(1) mgsin2 (2) mgcos (3) 2mgcos (4) none of these Your Answer: 2 Correct Answer: 3 Status: incorrect

Q No: 4

Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the sizes of the friction forces box and the floor are made of the same materials in all situations.

in these 5 different situations. The

(1) Fd < Fb = Fc = Fe > Fa (2) Fc < Fb = Fd = Fe > Fa (3) Fb = Fc = Fd = Fe > Fa (4) Fb > Fc = Fd = Fe > Fa Your Answer: 2 Correct Answer: 4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 7

A heavy wooden block is dragged by a force situations. The magnitude of compared with that in (i) is :

along a rough steel plate, as shown below for two possible

is the same for the two situations. The magnitude of the frictional force in (ii), as

(1) the same (2) greater (3) less (4) less for some angles and greater for others Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 3 Status: incorrect

Q No: 1

You want to apply a force on a box so that it moves with constant speed across a horizontal floor. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the box and the floor is k. Of the four following cases, the force you apply on the box will be smallest when you. (1) push on it with a force applied at a small angle downward from the horizontal. (2) pull on it with a force applied at the same angle as in (A), upward from the horizontal. (3) do either (A) or (B) since the applied force is the same. (4) push or pull with a force applied horizontally. Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 4

A weight W rests on a rough horizontal plane. If the maximum angle of friction be , the least force that will move the body along the plane will be : (1) W cos (2) W tan (3) W cot (4) W sin Your Answer: 2

Correct Answer: 4

Status: incorrect

Q No: 4

Three blocks lie on each other as shown. Horizontal force F (variable) is applied on block A. Choose the correct statements. (g = 10 m/s2)

(1) maximum acceleration of block B can be 2 m/s2. (2) slipping between B and C cannot take place. (3) slipping between A and B starts when F is more than 8N. (4) maximum acceleration of block C can be 3 m/s2. Your Answer: 2,3,4 Correct Answer: 1,2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 2

The co-ordinates of a moving particle at a time t, are given by, x = 5 sin 10t, y = 5 cos 10t. The speed of the particle is : (1) 25 Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect (2) 50 (3) 10 (4) None

Q No: 5

A box is accelerating with acceleration = 20 m/s2. A block of mass 10 kg placed inside the box and is in contact with the vertical wall as shown. The friction coefficient between the block and the wall is = 0.6 and take g = 10 m/s2

(1) The acceleration of the block will be 20 m/s2 (2) The friction force acting on the block will be 100 N (3) The contact force between the vertical wall and the block will be N

(4) The contact force between the vertical wall and the block is only electromagnetic in nature Your Answer:

2,3 Correct Answer: 1,2,3,4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 5

Select the correct statement(s) for a particle moving in a straight line. (1) when the distance of a particle from a fixed point is minimum, it is instantaneously at rest. (2) when the distance of a particle from a fixed point is maximum, it is instantaneously in equilibrium. (3) When the velocity of a particle is minimum, it is instantaneously at rest. (4) When the velocity of a particle is minimum, it is instantaneously in equilibrium. Your Answer: 1,3 Correct Answer: 1,4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 1

Each of four particles move along an x axis. Their coordinates (in meters) as functions of time (in seconds) are given by particle 1: x(t) = 3.5 2.7t3 particle 2: x(t) = 3.5 + 2.7t3 particle 3: x(t) = 3.5 + 2.7t2 particle 4: x(t) = 3.5 3.4t 2.7t2 Which of these particles is speeding up for t > 0? (1) All four (2) Only 1 (3) Only 2 and 3 (4) Only 2, 3, and 4 (5) None of them Your Answer: 3 Correct Answer: 1 Q No: 7 Status: incorrect

A car accelerates from rest on a straight road. A short time later, the car decelerates to a stop and then returns to its original position in a similar manner, by speeding up and then slowing to a stop. Which of the following five coordinate versus time graphs best describes the motion? (1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 5 Status: incorrect

Q No: 1

A boat is able to move through still water at 20m/s. It makes a round trip to a town 3.0 km upstream. If the river flows at 5m/s, the time required for this round trip is: (1) 120 s (2) 150 s (3) 200 s (4) 300 s (5) 320 s Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 5 Q No: 2 Status: incorrect

A boat is traveling upstream at 14km/h with respect to a river that is flowing at 6 km/h (with respect to the ground). A man runs directly across the boat, from one side to the other, at 6km/h (with respect to the boat). The speed of the man with respect to the ground is: (1) 10 km/h (2) 14 km/h (3) 18.5 km/h (4) 21 km/h (5) 26 km/h Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 1 Status: incorrect

Q No: 3

Two particles A and B move on a straight line. A moves with constant positive velocity. B moves with constant positive acceleration. At t = 0 A and B are moving equally fast. Which of the following is possible (1) The distance between then keeps increasing. (2) The distance between then first decreases and then increases. (3) The distance between then first increases, then decrease and finally keeps increasing. (4) The distance between then first decreases, then increases, then decreases and finally keeps increasing. Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 1,2,3,4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 2

A student in the front of a school bus tosses a ball to another student in the back of the bus while the bus is moving forward at constant velocity. The speed of the ball as seen by a stationary observer in the street: (1) is less than that observed inside the bus. (2) is the same as that observed inside the bus. (3) is greater than that observed inside the bus. (4) may be either greater or smaller than that observed inside the bus. (5) may be either greater, smaller, or equal to that observed inside the bus. Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 5 Status: incorrect

Q No: 6

A particle moves along a straight line and its position as function of time is given by x = t3 3t2 + 3t + 3 then particle (1) stops at t = 1s and reverses its direction of motion (2) stops at t = 1s and continues further without change of direction (3) stops at t = 2s and reverses its direction of motion (4) stops at t = 2s and continues further without change of direction Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 10

A student attaches a ruler to a block of wood sitting on a horizontal surface as shown in figure (a). The surface exerts a large frictional force on the block. A nail is fastened at the 0-in mark. The student pulls the rubber band just tight at the 5-in. mark; he then pulls it tighter and when it reaches the 8-in. mark, the block of wood just starts to move (figure (b)).

(1) After block begins to move band need not be streched to 8 in to move the block with constant velocity . (2) Before block begins to move, when band was streched, the net force on block increases linearly with stretch. (3) Before block begins to move, the net force on block is constant (4) The force by rubber band at 7 in mark is double the force by it at 6 in mark. Your Answer: 3 Correct Answer: 1,3,4 Q No: 3 Status: incorrect

A particle parallel to x-axis as shown in the figure such that at all instant the y-axis component of it's position vector is constant and is equal to 'b'. The angular velocity of the particle about the origin is

(1) sin2 (2) (3) sin (4) vb Your Answer: 2 Correct Answer: 1 Status: incorrect

Q No: 9

An athelete of mass 80 kg is running on a rough track whose cross-section is shown below. The lower part AB of track is a cylindrical valley of radius 100 m and upper part BC is a cylindrical hill of radius 200 m. The two parts join such that there is no sudden change of slope of the track. The speed of the athelete on the track is always 5m/s. A is the lowest point of the valley, B is the point at which valley ends and hill starts and C is the top of the hill. While moving from A to C, the athelete travels a horizontal distance of 150 m.

The correct order of normal force experienced by athelete is : (1) NA > NB > NC (2) NA < NB < NC (3) NA > NC > NB (4) NC > NA > NB Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 3 Status: incorrect

Q No: 6

The kinetic energy of any body depends on the frame of reference of the observer. The kinetic energy is given by 1/2 mv2rel. Similarly the displacement of the object from different frames of reference will be different. But the forces acting on the body remain unchanged. So work done by the forces as seen from different frames will be different. But work energy theorem will still be hold in every inertial reference frame. For example, if a block of mass 2 kg is moving with velocity of 1 m/s towards east on a rough surface, its K.E. 2 12 = 1J

If it comes to rest, its K.E. = 0. Work done by friction = Kf Ki = 1 J If we observe it from a frame 2 moving with 1 m/s toward east, its initial velocity will appear to be 1 1 = 0. 2 02 = 0

Initial K.E. =

Final velocity = 0 1 = 1 2 12 = 1J

Final K.E. =

Work done by friction = 1 0 = 1 J According to passage. (1) In 2nd frame, force of friction was opposite to displacement. (2) In 2nd frame, force of friction was in same direction as displacement. (3) In ground frame, force of friction is in same direction as the displacement. (4) None of these Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 8

The kinetic energy of any body depends on the frame of reference of the observer. The kinetic energy is given by

1/2 mv2rel. Similarly the displacement of the object from different frames of reference will be different. But the forces acting on the body remain unchanged. So work done by the forces as seen from different frames will be different. But work energy theorem will still be hold in every inertial reference frame. For example, if a block of mass 2 kg is moving with velocity of 1 m/s towards east on a rough surface, its K.E. 2 12 = 1J

If it comes to rest, its K.E. = 0. Work done by friction = Kf Ki = 1 J If we observe it from a frame 2 moving with 1 m/s toward east, its initial velocity will appear to be 1 1 = 0. 2 02 = 0

Initial K.E. =

Final velocity = 0 1 = 1 2 12 = 1J

Final K.E. =

Work done by friction = 1 0 = 1 J Choose correct statement. (1) In ground frame, work done by friction on ground is positive. (2) In ground frame, work done by friction on ground is negative. (3) In frame 2, work done by friction on ground is negative. (4) In frame 2, work done by friction on ground is positive. Your Answer: 2 Correct Answer: 3 Status: incorrect

Q No: 5

An potential energy curve U(x) is shown in the figure. What value must the mechanical energy Emec of the particle not exceed, if the particle is to be trapped within the region shown in graph?

(1) 3 J (2) 5 J (3) 6 J (4) 8 J Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 3 Status: incorrect

Q No: 8

A bob is attached to end of a light rod of length 2m and is imparted a velocity of 3 lowermost position shown. The ratio of minimum to maximum tension in the rod is

m/s when the bob is at

(1) 4 : 11 (2) 7 : 11 (3) 0 (4) 1 : 7 Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 3 Q No: 2 Status: incorrect

An elevator car has a mass of 1400 kg and is carrying passengers having a combined mass of 200 kg. A constant friction force of 4000 N opposes its motion.

The elevator cable can withstand a maximum tension of 28000 N. It is being driven by a motor fixed at the top. The elevator is moving upwards. What can not be a possible acceleration of the elevator. (1) 5 m/s2 (2) 10 m/s2 (3) 14 m/s2 (4) 8 m/s2 Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 3 Status: incorrect

Q No: 3

An elevator car has a mass of 1400 kg and is carrying passengers having a combined mass of 200 kg. A constant friction force of 4000 N opposes its motion.

The elevator cable can withstand a maximum tension of 28000 N. It is being driven by a motor fixed at the top. Consider a time when elevator is moving up and retarding : (1) The power supplied by the motor must be negative (2) The power supplied by the motor must be positive (3) The power supplied by the motor must be zero (4) The power supplied by the motor may be positive Your Answer: 1 Correct Answer: 4 Q No: 4 Status: incorrect

A spring having a relaxed length Lo = 25cm has a block attached to one end, while the other end is attached to a ceiling as shown. A person slowly lowers the block a distance d until the block just hangs without moving, as shown in the second diagram. Which statements below are true? (Mark ALL that apply. Use k = 2N/cm and m = 600g.)

(1) The distance d is 6cm. (2) The potential energy stored in the spring when the block is simply hanging from it is 0.09J. (3) The change in gravitational potential energy of the Earth-block system is 0.18J. (4) The decrease in gravitational potential energy is equal (in magnitude) to the increase in potential energy stored in the spring. Your Answer: 2,4

Correct Answer: 2,3

Status: incorrect

Q No: 3

A uniform solid right circular cone of base radius R is joined to a uniform solid hemisphere of radius R and of the same density, as shown. The centre of mass of the composite solid lies at the centre of base of the cone. The height of the cone is

(1) 1.5 R (2) (3) 3 R (4) 2 R R

Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 2 Status: incorrect

Q No: 4

Figure shows a square lamina with a disc of radius

removed from it which is now placed symmetrically over

upper right quarter. What is location of centre of mass of system relative to origin shown in figure.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Your Answer: 3 Correct Answer: 4 Status: incorrect

Q No: 9

Two ice-skaters of mass 120 kg and 200 kg are initially hugging on a frictionless ice surface. Ten seconds after they push off from each other, they are 8.0 m apart. The distance moved by the skater of mass 200 kg is (1) 3.0 m (2) 4.0 m (3) 5.0 m (4) 6.0 m Your Answer: 4 Correct Answer: 1 Status: incorrect

Q No: 8

A1 kg block is given a velocity of 15m/s towards right over a very long rough plank of mass 2 kg placed on a smooth horizontal surface as shown in figure.

The correct graph showing linear momentum of 1 kg(i.e. P1) and of 2 kg(i.e. P2) versus time is (1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Your Answer: 2 Correct Answer: 4 Status: incorrect

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