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PGSFinal Draft of Azam 11th Phase - 3

SECTION - 1: PHYSICS
Part - A (One or more options correct Type)
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and
(D) out of which ONE or MORE are correct.
1.

The potential energy U in joule of a particle of mass 1 kg moving in xy plane, obeys the law

U 3 x 4 y , when x, y are the co-ordinates of the particle in meter. If the particle is at rest at

(6, 4) at time t = 0, then


(A) the particle has constant acceleration
(B) the work done by the external force from the position of rest of the particle and the instant at
which the particle crossing x axis is 25 joule
(C) the speed of the particle when it crosses the y axis is 10 m/s
(D) none of these
2.

Referring the graphs, choose correct statement,

(A) The particle has stable equilibrium at points 3 & b


(B) The particle is in neutral equilibrium at point b& 2
(C) No power is delivered by the force on the particle at the points 1, 3 & b
(D) The particle has unstable equilibrium at point 1.
3.

An object of mass m is sliding down a hill of arbitrary shape and, after traveling down on the path,
the mass stops because of friction. The friction coefficient may be different for different segments
of the entire path but it is independent of the velocity and direction of motion.

(A) The work that a force must perform just to return the object to its initial position along the
same path is 2mgl.
(B) The work done against force of friction while returning to its initial position is mgl.
(C) The work that a force must perform just to return the object to its initial position along the
same path is mgh.
(D) The work done against force of friction while returning to its initial position is 2mgh.
4.

The system shown in figure is in equilibrium and at rest. The spring and string are massless. Now
the string is cut. The acceleration of mass 2m and m just after the string is cut will be:
(A) Acceleration of 2m is g/2 upwards
(B) Acceleration of 2m is g upwards
(C) Acceleration of m is g downwards
(D) Acceleration of m

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5.

6.

A block of mass2 kg moves over a fixed track as shown in the figure. AB = 2 m rough (=0.4)
track AC and BD are frictionless. Then which of the following is /are correct (g = 10 m/s2)

(A) the block stops at B


(B) Kinetic energy left over by the time block moves to
and from once between AB is 48 J
(C) Block slides along AB 4 times before it comes to rest
(D) None of these
Two bodies undergo perfectly elastic collision then
(A) Kinetic energy of the system of two bodies is the same before and after the collision
(B) Kinetic energy of the system of two bodies is constant during the collision.
(C) Kinetic energy of the system of two bodies during collision is more than their kinetic energy
before collision.
(D) Kinetic energy of the system of two bodies during collision is less than their kinetic energy
before collision.

7.

A ball of mass m is attached to the lower end of light vertical spring of force constant k. The upper
end of the spring is fixed. The ball is released from rest with the spring at its normal (unstretched)
length, comes to rest again after descending through a distance x.
(A) x = mg/k
(B) x = 2 mg/k
(C) The ball will have no acceleration at the position where it has descended through x/2
(D) The ball will have an upward acceleration equal to g at its lowermost position

8.

Kinetic energy of a particle is continuously increasing with time. It means :


(A) resultant force always acts along the direction of motion
(B) resultant force always acts normal to the direction of motion
(C) resultant force is at an angle less than 90 to the direction of motion
(D) its height above the ground level may be decreasing

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Part - A (Paragraph Type)


This section contains 4 paragraphs each describing theory, experiment, date etc. Eight questions
relate to four paragraphs with two questions on each paragraph. Each question of paragraph has only
one correct answer along the four choice (A), (B), (C) and (D).
Paragraph for Questions 9 to 10

u 4 gR
A particle is projected with a velocity
along a smooth semicircular track of radius R.
(See figure). At some angular position particle will leave contact with the track. After that particle
will become a projectile.

9.

The angle made by position vector of particle with vertical when particle leaves contact with track
is
(A) sin12/3
(B) tan12/3
(C) cos12/3 (D) cot12/3

10.

The speed of particle as a function of (shown in figure) is


(A) 2gR (1 cos )
(B) 2gR (1 sin )
(C)

2gR (1 tan )

(D)

2gR (1 cot )

Paragraph for Questions 11 to 12

At the moment t = 0 the force F kt is applied to a small body of mass m resting on a smooth
horizontal plane (k is a constant). The permanent direction of this force forms an angle with the
horizontal as shown.
11.

12.

Find the time t at which moment, the body breaks off the plane.
mg
mg
mg
2
(A) 2k sin
(B) k sin
(C) k sin

2mg
(D) k sin

The velocity of the body at the moment of its breaking off the plane is:
mg 2 cos
2mg 2 cos
mg cos
2mg cos
2
2
2
2
(A) 2k sin
(B) 2k sin
(C) k sin
(D) k sin

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Paragraph for Questions 13 to 14


The figure shows the variation of potential energy of a particle as a function of x, the x-coordinate
of the region. It has been assumed that potential energy depends on x. for all other values of x, U
is zero i.e. for x < - 10 and x > 15 U = 0

11.

If total mechanical energy of the particle is 25 J, then it can be found in region.


(A) 10 < x < - 5 and 6 < x < 15
(B) 10 < x < 0 and 6 < x < 10
(C) 5 < x < 6
(D) 10 < x < 10

12

If total mechanical energy of the particle is 40J, then it can be found in region.
(A) x< - 10 and x > 15
(B) 10 < x < - 5 and 6 < x < 15
(C) 10 < x < 15
(D) is not possible
Paragraph for Questions 15 to 16
0
A rough inclined plane of inclined angle 53 has Coefficient of friction ( 0.2) with a block on
2
it of 2kg .Block is released from rest from the top of inclined plane ( g 10m / s )

15.

What is the work done by the friction to slide along the incline by 1m
(A) 2.4 J
(B) 8 J
(C) 2 J
(D) 6 J

16.

What is the power delivered at t = 2 seconds


(A) 185 J/S
(B) 190 J/S

(C) 150 J/S

(D) 120 J/S

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Part - A (Matching List Type)


This section contains 4 multiple choice questions. Each question has matching lists. The codes for the
lists have choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
17. ACB is a smooth quarter circular path of radius R. Four forces are acting at a particle placed at A.
F1 is always horizontal, F2 is always vertical, F3 is always tangential to the path, F4 is always
directed from particles position to point B. Magnitude of all forces are equal to F.
B

F2

F4
F3

F1

Column I
work done by F1 is
work done by F2 is
work done by F3 is

(Q)
(R)

work done by F4 is
(A) P2
(C) P 1
18.

Column II
F.R
F.R 2
FR
2
F.R
2

Q 1 R3 S 4
Q 1 R3 S 2

(B) P1 Q2 R3 S4
(D) P 4 Q3 R1 S2

Consider adjacent figure. All surfaces are smooth, thread & pulleys are ideal.
Then match the following:

Column I

(Q)
(R)

Acceleration of any of the blocks

g
2 3 2

Acceleration of wedge

g 2 2
2 3 2

Tension in thread
Normal reaction on any of the blocks

(A) P2
(C) P 2

Column II

Q 1 R3 S 4
Q 3 R1 S 4

g 2 2 1
2 3 2

3g

2 1

2 3 2

(B) P1 Q4 R2 S3
(D) P 4 Q1 R3 S1

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19.

Force acting on a block versus time and acceleration versus time graph are as shown in figure.
Talking value of g = 10 ms 2, match the following two columns.
Column I
Column II
Coefficient of static friction
0.2
(Q)
Coefficient of kinetic friction
0.3
(R)
Force of friction at t=0.1 s
0.4
a
0.5
Value of
, where a is acceleration of block at
10
t=8 s
(A) P3 Q 4 R2 S 1
(B) P1 Q4 R2 S3
(C) P 2 Q 3 R1 S 4
(D) P 3 Q2 R1 S4
20.

In the diagram shown, match the following (g = 10m/s2)

Blocks are on smooth incline. F1 and F2 are parallel to the inclined plane. The motion of the
blocks is along the incline the surface.
Column I
Column II
Acceleration of 2kg block
39 SI unit
(Q)
Net force on 3kg block
25 SI unit
(R)
Normal reaction between 2kg and 1kg
2 SI unit
Normal reaction between 3kg and 2kg
6 SI unit
(A) P2 Q 1 R3 S 4
(B) P3 Q1 R2 S4
(C) P 2 Q 3 R1 S 4
(D) P 4 Q3 R1 S2

Multiple
1. ABC
6. AD

2. ACD
7. BCD

Paragraph
9. C
15. A

10. A
16. A

Matrix Match
17. C
18. A

3.AD
8. CD

4. AC

11. B

12.A

19.D

20. B

5. AB

13.A

14.D

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