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# Physics (Target-NTSE/NSTSE/NSEJS)

at+b t
c+ a

## dimensions of b and c respectively are : (NSEP 2007)

(A) [L2T3], [L T1]
(C) [LT1], [L2 T1]

## (B) [L T2], [L T1]

(D) [L T 1], [L T2]

## Q2 - The centre of mass of a body : (Career Point DPP)

(a) lies always outside the body
(c) lies always inside the body

## (b) may lie within, outside or on the surface of the body

(d) lies always on the surface of the body

## Q3 The velocity v of a particle at time t is given by v = at +

b
t +c , where a, b and c are constants. The

## dimensions of a, b and c are respectively:- (AIPMT 2006)

(1) LT2, L and T
(3) LT2, LT and L

## (2) L2, T and LT2

(4) L, LT and T 2

Q4 - A body is moving with constant acceleration from A to B in a straight line. C is the mid-point of AB. If u and v
are the speeds at A and B respectively. The speed at C is : (Resonance NSO DPP)
(a) (u+v)/2

(b) (v-u)/2

(c)

u +v
2

(d)

v u
2

Q5- An arrow shot vertically upwards loses its initial speed by 60% in 3 seconds. The maximum height reached
by the arrow is (g = 9.8 ms). (Resonance NSO DPP) (NSEJS 2011)
(a) 122.5 m

(b) 44.1m

(c) 100m

(d) 45m

Q6 - If a stone is released from a balloon moving upwards with certain velocity v 0 at certain height above earths
surface then velocity time curve of stones motion can be best represented by : (Resonance NSO DPP)

## Q7 - A ball is thrown vertically up. (Bansal Classes entrance test)

(A) As the ball rises, work done by gravity is negative and as it descends, work done by gravity is positive
(B) As the ball rises, work done by gravity is positive and as it descends, work done by gravity is positive
(C) As the ball rises, work done by gravity is negative and as it descends, work done by gravity is negative
(D) As the ball rises, work done by gravity is positive and as it descends, work done by gravity is negative

Q8 - A particle is thrown vertically upward. Its velocity at half of the height is 10 m/s. Then the maximum height
attained by it : - (g = 10 m/s2) (AIPMT 2009)
(1) 8 m

(2) 20 m

(3) 10 m

(4) 16 m

Q9 - A particle is projected at 60 to the horizontal with a kinetic energy K. The kinetic energy at the highest point
is : (AIEEE 2007)
(1) K

(2) zero

(3) K/4

(4) K/2

Q10 Which of the following graph correctly represents velocity-time relationship for a particle released from
rest to fall freely under gravity ? (FIITJEE Classroom Practice Problem (CPP))

11. The speed-time relation of a car whose weight is 1500 kg as shown in the given graph. How much braking
force has been applied at the end of 7 sec. to stop the car in 2 sec? (Delhi SAT 2012)

(A) 9000 N

(B) 8400 N

(C) 4800 N

(D) 2000 N

13. A 2150-kg truck is traveling along a straight, level road at a constant speed of 55.0 km/h when
the driver removes his foot from the accelerator. After 21.0 s, the trucks speed is 33.0 km/h. What
is the magnitude of the average net force acting on the truck during the 21.0 s interval? (Apex
NTSE institute)
(a) 2250 N

(b) 1890 N

(c) 229 N

(d) 626 N

(e) 972

14. For a body in a uniformly accelerated motion, the distance of the body from a reference point
at time t is given by x = at +bt2+c where a, b and c are constants of motion. The dimensions of
c are the same as those of : (APEX NTSE Institute).
(a) at

(b) 2bt

(c) x

(d) a/t

15. If velocity (V), force (F) and energy (F) are taken as fundamental units, then dimensional
formula for mass will be : (APEX NTSE Institute)
(A) V-2F0E

(B) V0FE2

(C) VF-2E0

(D) V-2F0E

16. A body moves a distance of 10m along a straight line under the action of a force of 5 N. If the
work done is
25 joules, the angle which the force makes with the direction of motion of the body
is (in degrees) [NCERT 1980; JIMPER 1997; CBSE PMT 1999; BHU 2000; RPMT 2000; Orissa JEE 2002]
(A) 0
(D) 90

(B)30

(C) 60

(a)

(b)1/2

(c) 4/1

## distance travelledfirst 6 sec

distance travelledfirst 3 sec

(d)2/1

is approximately (INJSO)

21. Three observers A, B and C measure the speed of light in vacuum from a source to be V A, VB
and VC respectively. The observer A moves towards the source and observer C moves away from
the source at the same speed. The observer B stays stationary. Consider the following expressions.
(INJSO 2012)
I. VA > VB > VC.
II. V A = VB = VC.
III. VB = (VA + VC)/2
The correct expressions are:
(A) I only.
(B) I and III only.
only.

IV. V B = V A V C
(C) I, and IV only.

(A) 10

(B) 9 (C) 6

(D)5

## (a) 6 (b) 7 (c) 9 (d) 10

SET 8
1. A girl facing north turns 90 in the anticlock direction and then turns 45 in the clockwise direction and then
again turns 135 in the anticlockwise, Which directions in she facing now? (Delhi MAT 2012)
(A) South
(B) East (C) North
(D) West
2. If the position of the letters in the word GOVERNMENT are rearranged in such a way that the position of the
1st and 2nd letters are interchanged, similarly the position of the 3 rd and 4 th letters are interchanged and so on.
Which of the following will be the 3rd from the right end after the rearrangement? (Delhi MAT 2012)
(A) M

(B) E

(C) V

(D) R

3. In a row at a bus stop, A is 7th from the left and B is 9th from the right. They both interchange their positions.
Now A becomes 11th from the left. How many people are there in the row? (Resonance NTSE Mock test)
(A) 18

(B) 19

(C) 20

(D) 21

## Set 9 (Haryana MAT 2009) Calculate the number of cubes

SET-11 B, M, T, R, K, H and D are travelling in a train compartment with III-tier sleeper berth. Each of them hasa
different profession of Engineer, Doctor, Architect, Pharmacist, Lawyer, Journalist and Pathologist.They occupied two
lower berths, three middle berths and two upper berths. B, the Engineer, is not on the upper berth. The Architect is the
only other person who occupies the same type of berth as that of B. M and H are not on the middle berth and their
profession are Pathologist and Lawyer respectively. T is a Pharmacist. D is neither a Journalist nor an Architect. K
occupies the same type of berth as that of the Doctor. (Resonance MAT DPP)

SET 12 Arrange in the sequence in which they occur in dictionary order: (Bihar MAT 2007)

## Language Test (Target NTSE)

(24 questions)(20 min)

SET 1 - Read the following passage and answer the questions given after it.
Jyoti lived with her mother in a small village. From a young age she had witnessed her mother, a widow,
being ill treated by the villagers. But when she was in high school she began to understand things. She
couldnt take the insults to her mother anymore. She decided to change the way widows were viewed in
village society. Jyoti started a Widow Empowerment Campaign. She spoke to village elders and
knocked on two hundred doors to spread her message. She learned to organize street plays which she
used to make people aware about the plight of widows.
Naturally her ideas were not acceptable to the society entrenched in tradition. People pushed her out of
their houses and refused to listen to what she had to say. But she went on relentlessly without faltering.
Today, widows are allowed go out of their homes like others. Many, including her mother are now
employed at organisations and literacy centres. (NTSE 2013 Stage II)

SET-2 - Each question in this chapter consists of an italicised word. You should choose from among the
choices given the one word whose meaning is closest to that of the word in italics.

## SET 4 - Jumbled Sentences (TIME Verbal Ability Section Tests)

1. (A) It has been pouring relentlessly for three months now and hope seems to be the only
element that has been kind to the children at the Indira Gandhi International Centre.
(B) It has sustained these children of Sri Lankan refugees for six years now.
(C) Few months of rain and cold winds are just another day's agony for the tender souls.
(D) It was hope indeed which brought the children from across the seas to Yelahanka, 15 km.
from Bangalore.

(2) ABDC

(4) DBAC

(5) BCDA

2. A. Progressively people are now taking up specialized courses, which suit their interests and
requirements.
B. Hindi is the national language, but English has become the Lingua Franca in the country.
C. While our constitution recognizes 18 languages, more than 5,000 dialects are spoken in
various parts of the subcontinent.
D. Our country with a population of more than one billion is known for the multiplicity of its
cultures and ethnicities.
E. However, the desire for learning new languages is increasing.
(1) DCBEA

(2) CBAED

(3) ABEDC

(4) DCBAE

(5) DBCAE

## Maths (Target - NTSE/NSTSE/NSEJS)

1. Number of real solutions of
(A) 4
(B) 5

2. If

1
x+ =1
y

and

1
y =1
z

(x 27 x+ 11)x 11x+30 =1

(C) 6

(D) No Solution

## then the value of xyz is : (West Bengal SAT 2012)

(A) 1

(B) -1

(C) 0

(D) -2

3. Price of a piece of diamond is Rs.2000. It is broken into two equal pieces. If price of
diamond is proportional to
square of its weight, then the amount of loss for breaking into two pieces is :
(West Bengal SAT 2012)
(a) Rs.1120
(b) Rs.1050
(c) Rs.2000
(d) Rs.1000

5. If the zeros of the polynomial f(x) = k2x2 17x + k + 2, (k > 0) are reciprocal of each other, then
value of k is: (Chandigarh SAT 2012)
(1) 2

(2) 1

(3) 2

(4) 1

17. How many times are the hands of a clock at right angle in a day? (IAS 1997)
(A) 22

(B) 24

(C) 44

(D) 48

## 19. Identify the INCORRECT statement about a polygon : (Self made)

(A) Sum of all the exterior angles of a decagon is 360 degrees.
(B) Sum of all the exterior angles of a pentagon is 360 degrees

(C) Measure of an interior angle of a regular polygon having exterior angle 60 degrees is 120
degrees.
(D) Measure of an exterior angle of a regular polygon having interior angle 135 degrees is 120
degrees.
20. Identify the correct pair : (Self made)
(A) dodecagon 224 degree
(C) pentagon 120 degree

## (B) decagon 112 degree

(D) hexagon 72 degree

21. If x is a positive integer less than 100, then the number of x which make 1+ 2+ 3+4 + x an
integer is : (Resonance NTSE Mock test)
(A) 6
(B) 7
(C) 8
(D) 9
22.

3 3 3 3
(A) 31/16

## = (Resonance NTSE Mock test)

(B) 315/16

(C) 316/15

(D) 38/15

23. If x = 2 and x = 3 are roots of the equation 3x22kx + 2m = 0 then (k, m) = (Resonance NTSE
Mock test)
(A) (15/2, 9)
(B) (9, 15/2)
(C) (9/2,15)
(D) (15, 9/2)