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SECTION I

Straight Objective Type

This section contains 8 multiple choice questions numbered 1 to 8. Each question has

4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE choice is correct.

1.

2.

60 with a velocity of 20 m/s relative to the

ground from a plank of same mass m which is

placed on a smooth surface initially plank was

at rest. The minimum length of the plank for

which the ball will fall on the plank itself is

(a) 40 3 m

(b) 20 3 m

(c) 10 3 m

(d) 60 3 m

3.

=0

on a rough horizontal plane. A constant force

F = 4 Mg acts vertically at point P such that OP

makes 60 with horizontal. Find the minimum

value of coefficient of friction

so that sphere

starts pure rolling

(a) 3/7

(c) 2/7

60

(b) 4/7

(d) 2/5

A sphere of mass m is rolling without sliding along positive x-axis on a rough horizontal

surface of coefficient of friction . It elastically collides with a wall and then returns back.

The correct statement of frictional force (f) acting on the sphere is

(a) f = mg i before collision and f = mg i after collision

(b) f = 0 before collision and f = + mg i after collision

(c) f <

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(d) f =

4.

in figure. Area of both the plates is A. In steady state

separation between the plates is 0.8 d (spring was

unstretched and the distance between the plates was d

when the capacitor was uncharged). The force constant of

the spring is

(a)

5.

125 0 AE 2

32d 3

(b)

AE

d2

(c)

E2

Ad 3

0

2,

power through AC

15

R, then the gas is

2

E

1

1

4

2

40

dW

. If the molar heat capacity of

2

(a) monoatomic

(b) polyatomic

(c) diatomic

50

the following is correct?

(a) statement (i) is correct but (ii) is incorrect.

(b) statement (i) is incorrect but (ii) is correct

(c) both are incorrect

(d) both are correct.

A certain mass of gas undergoes a process given by dU =

AE 3

2d3

0

(d)

All the rods are made of same material and have equal

cross-sectional area. Lengths of rods are such that L1 = L2

A

= L4 = L5 L3. Temperature A = B C

D

E = F.

Consider the following statements for steady state.

(i) As

6.

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7.

A steel wire has a magnetic moment M. What will be its magnetic moment if it is bent into a

circular arc which is subtending angle 3 / 2 at the centre?

(a) M

8.

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(b) 2M/

(c)

2 2M

3

(d)

2

3

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

SECTION II

Reasoning Type

This section contains 4 reasoning type questions numbered 9 to 12. Each question contains

Statement-1 and Statement-2. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which

ONLY ONE is correct.

Directions: Read the following questions and choose

(A) If both the statements are true and statement-2 is the correct explanation of

statement-1.

(B) If both the statements are true but statement-2 is not the correct explanation of

statement-1.

(C) If statement-1 is True and statement-2 is False.

(D) If statement-1 is False and statement-2 is True.

9.

A solid sphere of copper of radius R and a hollow sphere of the same material of inner

radius r and outer radius R are heated to the same temperature and allowed to cool in the

same environment

Statement-1: Hollow sphere cools faster than solid sphere.

d

1

Statement-2:

dt

m

10.

(a) A

(b) B

(c) C

(d) D

Statement-1: The principle of conservation of mechanical energy fails if there are nonconservative forces doing work on the system.

Statement-2: Non-conservative forces, if work, result in change in mechanical energy

(a) A

(b) B

(c) C

(d) D

11.

x where is a

positive constant. At t = 0, particle is located at origin.

Statement-1: The mean velocity of the particle averaged over the time that the particle

S

takes to cover the first S meters of the path is

.

2

Statement-2: In a uniformly accelerated motion, the average velocity in a given duration is

the arithmetic mean of the velocities at the initial and final points of the given duration.

(a) A

(b) B

(c) C

(d) D

12.

field is invariant in nature just like any other force.

Statement-2: Magnetic force is F q v B and v is with respect to frame of reference in

(a) A

(b) B

(c) C

(d) D

SECTION III

Linked Comprehension Type

This section contains 2 paragraphs P13 P18. Based upon each paragraph, 4 multiple choice

questions have to be answered. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which

ONLY ONE choice is correct.

Passage-I

The task of the seatbelt is to stop you with the car so that your stopping distance is probably

4 or 5 times greater than if you had no seatbelt. A crash which stops the car and driver must

take away all its kinetic energy and the work energy principle then dictates that a longer

stopping distance decreases the impact force. For the example, in car crash scenario if the

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stopping distance is d for a car moving with a speed v, the average force of impact can be

estimated by

Total work done = change in kinetic energy

1 2

where m is the mass of the driver.

mv

2

A moderate amount of stretch in the seatbelt will reduce the average impact force. A

moderate amount of stretch in a seatbelt harness can extend the stopping distance and

reduce the average impact force on the driver compared to a non-stretching harness. If the

belt is stretched by same length, it would reduce the deceleration by some amount. So

either a stretching or non stretching seatbelt reduces the impact force compared to no

seatbelt.

Favgd = 0 -

With no seat belt to stop the driver with the car, the driver flies free until stopped suddenly

by impact on the stearing column, windshield etc. The stopping distance is estimated to be

about one fifth of that with a seatbelt, causing the average impact force on the driver to be

five times as great. The work done to stop the driver is equal to the average impact force on

the driver times the distance travelled in stopping. A crash which stops the car and driver

must take away all its kinetic energy and the work energy principle then dictates that a

shorter stopping distance increases the impact force.

Answer the following questions in view of above passage:

For a car crash scenario, where a car stops in 30 cm from a speed of 54 kmph, what is the

force on the driver? Assume mass of the driver is 70 kg.

13.

(a) 52500 N

(b) 26250 N

(c) 13125 N

(d) cant be said

14.

If the driver is not wearing a seatbelt and stopping distance is determined by nature of

collision with windshield, stearing column etc.

(a) 262500 N

(b) 131250 N

(c) 65625 N

(d) cant be said

15.

If the driver is wearing a stretching seat belt harness (which increases the stopping distance

by 50 %)

(a) 35000 N

(c) 8750 N

(b) 17500 N

(d) cant be said

Passage-II

sphere of same mass M and Radius R. this arrangement is

placed on a horizontal frictionless surface as shown in

figure. (The line joining centre O of sphere to point mass

M is horizontal). If acm represents the acceleration of

centre of mass of the system (sphere + point mass ) and

represents the angular acceleration of the system then

answer the following questions based upon the situation at

the moment shown in figure

M,R

=0

16.

(a) equal to 2Mg

(b) less than 2Mg

(c) more than 2Mg

17.

(a) acm = 5/4 R

(b) acm = 1/2 R

(c) acm = R

18.

If the ground is rough (instead of smooth), then the direction of friction force will be

(a) forward

(b) backwards

(d) none of these

(c) depend upon the value of

SECTION IV

Matrix Match Type

This section contains 2 questions. Each question contains statements given in two columns

which have to be matched. Statements (A), (B), (C), (D) in Column I have to be matched

with statements (1, 2, 3, 4) in Column II. One statement in first column has one or more than

one match with the statements in second column. The answers to these questions have to be

appropriately bubbled as illustrated in the following example.

If the correct matches are A 1,3, B 3, C 2,3 and D 2,4, then the correctly bubbled

4 4 matrix should be as follows:

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A

B

C

D

1.

1 2 3 4

1

Column-I

Column-II

(A)

1.

(B)

Elastic collision

2.

Conservation of energy

(C)

3.

Conservation of mass

(D)

Equation of continuity

4.

2.

Column-I

(A)

(B)

(C)

Column-II

electric field.

e

1.

E

A

B

A bar magnet free to move in a uniform

magnetic field

2.

B

N

S

A charge +q is projected away from the

centre of a charged ring along its axis

3.

Force decreases

K.E. increases

(D)

+Q

+

+

+ m

+ +q v

++

A particle executing SHM about O goes

from 2 to 1 (A and B are extreme points)

4.

A

B

2

1 O

P.E. decreases

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SECTION V

Subjective or Numerical Type

The answer to these questions would lie between

0 to 9999. For any answer all four bubbles must be

filled, for example if you plan to answer as 16 then fill

0016 and if you plan to answer 0 then fill 0000 in the

grid provided in answer sheet. Any incomplete filling

will be considered as incorrect filling.

Illustration: If you want to fill 2379 as your answer

then it will be filled as

1.

Two vessels A and B, thermally insulated, contain an ideal monoatomic gas. A small tube

fitted with a valve connects these vessels. Initially the vessel A has 2 litres of gas at 300 K

and 2 105 N/m2 pressure while vessel B has 4 litres of gas at 350 K and 4 105 N/m2

pressure. The valve is now opened and the system reaches equilibrium in pressure and

temperature. Calculate the new pressure and temperature.

2.

t = 0, it is connected to an uncharged capacitor of capacity C2 = 3F through a resistance

x

R = 1 . If charge on the capacitor C2 grows with time t as 1 e 5t / 6 C, then find the

5

value of x.

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