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forces in nature binds Protons and neutrons d) Electromagnetic Force [Imp-2013]

in a nucleus?

a) Gravitational force

b) Electromagnetic force Chapter 2

c) Strong nuclear force

d) Weak nuclear force Units and Measurements

(1) [SEPT-2016]

1. a) Length of a sheet is 17.3 0.3cm and

2. Which one of the following is present breadth is 3.12 0.08cm. Calculate the

between all object in universe? percentage error in the area. (2)

b) Magnetic Force equations, check whether the equation is

c) Gravitational force g

d) Strong nuclear force correct. T 2

l

(1) [March 2016]

T time, g acceleration

3. Choose the WRONG statement from the

following statements.

l length (2) [SEPT-2016]

a) Electromagnetic force is the force

between charged particles. 2. a) The error in the measurement of

radius of a circle is 0.6%. Find the

b) Electrostatic force can be attractive or percentage error in the calculation of the area

repulsive. of the circle. (2) [March 2016]

c) Nuclear force binds protons and b) Name the principle used to check

neutrons in a nucleus. the correctness of an equation. (1)

strongest forces among fundamental forces in figures in 0.00820 J? (1)

nature. (1) [Imp 2015]

3. The correctness of equations can be

4. Choose the correct answer from the checked using the principle of homogeneity.

brackets: [March 2015]

a) State the principle of homogeneity. (1)

a) Weakest force in nature is...... (1)

b) Using this principle, check whether the

(Strong nuclear force, following equation is dimensionally correct.

Electromagnetic force, 1 2

mv mgh

2

Gravitational force, Weak nuclear force)

Where m is the mass of the body, v is its

b) 980 F = .............K (1)

velocity, g is the acceleration due to gravity

(36.7, 40, 309.7, 371)

and h is the height. (2)

5. The weakest force found in nature (1)

c) If percentage errors of measurement in

a) Strong Nuclear Force velocity and mass are 2% and 4%

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respectively, what is the percentage error in 9. Velocity of sound depends on density (p)

kinetic energy? (1) [Imp 2015] and modulus of elasticity (E). (the

dimensional formula of E is ML-1T-2).

4. a) Suggest a method to measure the

diameter of the Moon. (1) a) State the principle of homogeneity

block is measured using Vernier callipers. The expression for the velocity of sound. (Take

percentage errors in the measurements are K=1). [March-2013]

2%, 1% and 3% respectively. Estimate the

percentage error in its volume. (1) 10. a) Which measurement is most precise?

on sliding scale.

Fv 2

h . F is the force, v is the velocity ii. Vernier Calipers having 10 divisions

L on sliding scale.

and L is the angular momentum. Find the iii. Vernier Calipers having 20 divisions

dimensions of h . (2) [March 2015] on sliding scale.

the units from one system to another. (1 + 2) the least count is decreased? [Imp-2012]

a) Name the principle used for the above 11. a) A boy recalls the relativistic mass

purpose. m0

b) Using dimensions, prove wrongly as m . Using dimensional

1V 2

1 Newton=105 dyne. [Imp-2014] method put the missing C at the proper

place.

6. The correctness of an equation is checked

using the principle of homogeneity. b) Name and state the principle used in

solving the above problem. [Imp-2012]

For an equation x a bt ct 2,

12. Select the correct answer:

where x is in metre and t in second. What will

be the dimension of b? (1) [Imp-2013] a) Light year is the unit of...........

of the measurement of a physical quantity.

iii) year iv) velocity

a) The radius of a sphere is given by

b) kilowatt-hour is the unit of .........

R=1.03m. How many significant figures are

there in it? (1) i) energy ii) power

b) If the percentage error in calculating the iii) time iv) mass [March 2012]

radius of the sphere is 2% what will be the

percentage error in calculating the volume? 13. All physical quantities can be expressed in

terms of dimension.

(1) [Imp-2013]

a) Write the physical quantities of the

8. Pick out the fundamental unit from the following dimensions:

following:

i) [ M 1 L 1 T -1

] ii) [ M 1 L 2 T -2

]

Second, m/s, Newton, Joule [March-2013]

b) Check whether the equation

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T 2 is dimensionally correct. but having unit in SI system.

g

c) Two physical quantities which have

T Time period of a simple

the same dimensions. [ Imp 2010]

Pendulum.

m mass of the bob. 19. A company manufacturing PVC pipes

g acceleration due to gravity.

claims in an advertisement that the volume of

[March 2012] water flowing out through the pipe in a given

14. To measure distance we use different time is as per the equation V = KA2ut where

units. Which of the following is the largest A is the area of cross section of the pipe, u is

unit of the length? the speed of flow, t is the time and K is a

dimensionless constant.

a) Kilometre

b) Astronomical unit a) Name the principle that can be used to

c) Light year check the dimensional correctness of

d) Parsec [Imp-2011] this equation.

b) Check the equation and state whether

15. Which of the following measurement is the claim can be correct.

more accurate? Why? [ Imp 2010]

ii. 0.0005kg. P Fv Av3 where, F is the force, v is the

iii. 6.00kg. [Imp-2011]

velocity, A is the area and is the density.

16. a) Pick out the odd one in the given pairs.

a) The dimensional formula of power

i. Angular velocity and frequency. is............

ii. Work and energy. b) Check the dimensional validity of the

iii. Angle and strain. above equation.

iv. Impulse and momentum. c) Which of the following equations

cant be obtained by the dimensional

b) 1 light year = ......... m method?

[March 2011] i. T K l lg

ii. E kmv 2

17. a) A student was asked to write the

equation for displacement at any instant in a

iii. P h g

simple harmonic motion of amplitude a. He iv. N N 0 e t

2 v

wrote the equation as y a sin t. Where [March 2010]

k

v is the velocity at instants. For the 21. Match the following:

equation to be dimensionally correct, what

should be the dimensions of k? Coefficient ML-1 T-2

a of viscosity Force / area

b) What is the area of a square of side 1.4 number

cm in proper significant figures? Gravitational Force / area M-1L3 T-2

b constant velocitygradient

[ March 2011]

Modulus of Force (dis tan ce)

18. Give examples for the following: c elasticity (mass) 2 M L-1 T-1

quantity. [ Imp 2009]

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2. Velocity time graph of an object is

a) I micron =.................m. given below. [March 2016]

b) Hertz is the unit of .............

[MARCH-2009]

relativistic variation of mass with velocity as

m0

m=

x2

1

c2 a) What type of motion is indicated by

the above graph? (1)

Where mo is the rest mass and c is the

b) Derive a relation connecting the

speed of light. What is the dimensional displacement and time for this type

formula for x?

of motion. (2)

b) If the percentage error in the c) The ratio of velocity to speed of an

measurement of radius R of a sphere is 2%, object is....................

then what is the percentage error in its i. One ii. Greater than one

volume?

iii. Less than one iv. Either less than

[MARCH-2009] one or equal to one. (1)

runner A. Figure 2 shows velocity-time graph

Chapter-3

of runner B.

Motion in a Straight Line a) Identify the type of motion the runner A

has.

1. Velocity time graph of a body is given

below. i) Uniform motion ii) Non-uniform motion

iii) Accelerated motion

connects displacement, velocity and time for

runner A. (2)

a) Which portion of the graph c) Analysing the above two graphs, find

represents uniform retardation? which runner will win the race. Why?

(i) OA (ii)AB (iii) BC (iv) OC (1)

7s. (1)

Arrive at an expression for the time

taken to reach the ground. (2)

[SEPT-2016]

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shown below:

graph.

b) What does the area under the velocity

time graph represent?

c) Arrive at a relation connecting velocity

(v) and time (t) for a uniformly

accelerated body. (1+1+2) [Imp-2013]

a) Estimate the velocity during the time school bus starting from the point O and

interval t = 2s to t = 3s. (1) travels along a straight line.

b) Displacement of an object is

proportional to t3. Show that its

acceleration is increasing with time.

(2) [March 2015]

displacement. a) Complete the following table

and instantaneous velocity. from 0

b) When does the average velocity 2s 10-0=10m ..............

becomes equal to the instantaneous 10s ................ 5m/s

velocity?

b) Is the motion of the bus uniform or

c) A car travels from A to B at 60 km/hr non-uniform? Justify your answer.

and returns to A at 90 km/hr. What is its c) Draw the position time graph of the

average velocity and Average speed? above motion.

d) A student in the school bus notices the

(2+1+2) [Imp-2014] speedometer of the bus. Which type of

6. Acceleration is defined as the rate of speed is shown by the speedometer?

change of velocity. [March-2013]

a) Is it possible for a body to have 9. a) State in the following cases whether the

acceleration without velocity? motion is one, two or three dimensions.

Explain. i. A butterfly flying around a flower.

b) Draw the velocity time graph of a ii. A bus moving along a long and

body moving with uniform straight road.

acceleration a and initial velocity

Vo. b) Derive the equations of motion for non-

c) Using the above graph, obtain the uniform motion in one dimension.

equation for displacement in time t.

(1+ 1+ 2) [March 2014] c) Look at the graph in fig. (a) and fig.(b)

carefully and state which of these cant

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with reasons. [Imp-2012] motion. [Imp-2011]

of a circle of radius r.

14. a) The figure shown the position time

a) What is the distance travelled in one graph of a body moving along a straight line.

revolution?

b) What is the displacement in one

revolution?

c) What is the speedometer of the car

measure?

d) Can a body have acceleration

without velocity. Explain.

i. Draw the velocity-time graph of the

[Imp-2012] body.

ii. From the graph, find the displacement

11. Acceleration time graph of a body starts in 20 seconds.

from rest as shown below:

b) From the velocity-time graph of a body

moving with uniform acceleration, deduce the

velocity-time relation and the velocity-

displacement relation. [ March 2011]

vehicle, it stops after travelling a distance.

This distance is called stopping distance.

a) What is the use of the acceleration-time distance in terms of initial velocity (u)

graph? and retardation (a).

b) If the initial speed is doubled keeping

b) Draw the velocity time graph using the

the retardation same, by how much

above graph.

will the stopping distance change?

c) Find the displacement in the given [March 2011]

interval of time from 0 to 3 seconds.

16. If v is the velocity and a is the acceleration,

[March-2012] give an example of a physical situation for

each of the following cases.

12. Acceleration is the time rate of change of

velocity. Give an example of a body a) V 0, a = 0

possessing zero velocity and still accelerating. b) V = 0, a 0

c) V > 0, a < 0

[Imp-2011] d) V < 0, a > 0 [ Imp 2010]

13. Graph representing the motion of two 17. A ball is thrown horizontally from the top

bodies are shown below. State with reason of a tower with a velocity of 40 ms-1. Take g

= 10 ms-2.

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a) Find the horizontal and vertical 21. In situations demanding our immediate

displacement after 1,2,3,4,5 seconds, action, normally it takes sometime before we

then the path of the motion of ball. really respond. This time is known as reaction

b) If the ball reaches the ground in 4 time. A truck is moving forward at a constant

seconds, find the height of the tower. speed of 20 m/s. The driver sees a car in front

[March 2010] of him at a distance of 110 meters stopping

suddenly. After a reaction time he applies the

18. a) Acceleration is the time rate at which brakes which give the truck an acceleration of

velocity of a body changes. Show that for a -3 m/s2. What will be the maximum allowable

car, moving with constant acceleration for a reaction time to avoid a collision and what

period of time, the distance travelled in the distance the truck would have moved before

second half is three times of that in the first the brakes take hold? [ Imp 2009]

half.

22. Motion is common to everything in the

b) The acceleration caused by the earths Universe. It is the change of position of an

attraction towards its centre is known as object with time.

acceleration due to gravity. It is always

directed towards the centre of earth. Show that (a) The slope of position time graph of a

in the absence of air resistance, for a ball particle gives:

thrown upwards, the time of ascent is equal to

the time of descent. A. Acceleration B. Displacement

taken into account, the time of descent is

(b) Give an example of a body possessing

greater than the time of ascent.

zero velocity and that is still accelerating.

[ Imp 2009] (c) A car starts accelerating from rest for

19. a ) A ball thrown vertically upwards from some time, moves with a uniform velocity for

the top of a tower with a velocity V. Another some time and comes to rest with a uniform

ball is thrown vertically downwards with the retardation. Draw the velocity time graph of

same velocity V. Which ball will hit the the car.

ground with greater velocity?

(d) A car covers the first half of the

b) A boy drops a ball through the window distance between two places at a speed of

of a train, which is moving with the uniform 40kmph and the second half at 60kmph.

velocity. What will be the path of the ball as Calculate the average speed of the car.

observed by

[MARCH-2009]

1. The same boy sitting in the train?

2. Another boy standing on the platform?

and Chapter 4

3. A third boy sitting in a train moving in

the opposite direction on a parallel Motion in a Plane

track? [ Imp 2009]

1. a) Identify the scalar quantity from the

20. a) To describe the motion of a body we following alternatives.

require a frame of reference. What are the

inertial and non-inertial frames of references? (i) Momentum (ii) Work

on the surface of earth be truly inertial? Why?

[ Imp 2009]

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b) A man throws a stone up into air at an 4. A body is projected into air at an angle

angle ' ' with the horizontal. Draw the path with the horizontal.

of the projectile and mark directions of

a) What is the trajectory followed by this

velocity and acceleration at the highest

projectile?

position. (2)

i) Ellipse ii) Parabola

c) Derive an expression for the maximum

height reached by the stone. iii) Straight line iv) Circle (1)

(2) [SEPT-2016] b) Give a mathematical proof for your

answer. (2)

2. Observe the following diagram.

c) Trajectory of a body in a projectile

x2

motion is given by y x . x and y are in

80

meters. Find maximum height of this

projectile. (2) [Imp 2015]

5. A stone is

thrown with the

help of a sling

with initial

velocity v0 at an

a) The forces F1 , F2 , F3 are together

angle from

called .............

the horizontal.

(1)

a) Working of sling is based on...........

b) Calculate the mass of the stone using law of vector addition. (1)

the parallelogram law of vector b) With the help of a vector diagram,

addition. (2) [SEPT-2016] state this law. (1)

c) Derive the expression for the

maximum height reached by the

3. When a body is projected into air with

certain initial velocity making an angle with stone. (1)

the horizontal, it will travel in a parabolic [March 2015]

path. [March 2016] 6. Projectile is a particle which is projected

into the air with an initial velocity against the

a) What are the vertical and horizontal

components of velocity? (1) gravity. (1+1+2)

b) With a diagram, derive an expression a) What is the angle of projection for

for : maximum horizontal range?

i. Maximum height b) Draw the trajectory of a projectile.

ii. Time of flight. (4)

c) A ball is dropped through the c) Obtain the expression for time of flight.

window of a train travelling with

high velocity, to a man standing near [Imp-2014]

the track. The ball............. 7. Uniform circular motion is a special case

i.Falls down vertically

of two dimensional motion having

ii.Moves straight horizontally centripetal acceleration. (1+ 1+ 1)

iii.Follows an elliptical path

iv.Follows a parabolic path (1) a) Define centripetal acceleration.

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constant speed? Explain. u in the direction making an angle

with the horizontal. Find.

c) Express angular velocity in terms of

1) Time of flight

angular displacement. [Imp-2014]

2) Maximum height

8. The centripetal force on a body in circular c) A man can jump on moon six times as high

as on earth. Why? [Imp-2013]

mv 2

motion is given by F . (1+ 1+ 1)

r 11. An athlete jumps at an angle of 300 with a

maxim um speed of 9.4m/s.

a) Write the dimension of force.

b) Using the above formula, write an a) What is the shape of the path followed by

equation to find % error in centripetal the athlete in the jump?

force.

c) What is the number of significant b) Obtain an expression to calculate the

figures in 0.050 N? [March 2014] horizontal range covered by the athlete.

9. A and B are two objects moving with c) Find the range covered by him in the above

jump. Suggest the angle by which the athlete

velocities VA and VB .

can attain the maximum range. [March 2013]

a) What is the velocity of A relative to 12A. a) Find whether the given vectors

B? (1)

2i 3 j 4k and 4i 6 j 8k are parallel

b) Rain is falling vertically with a speed

or not.

of 35 m/s. A woman rides a bicycle

with a speed of 12 m/s in the east to b) What are orthogonal unit vectors?

west direction. What is the direction

in which she should hold her c) What is zero vector? Give its

umbrella? (3) significance in Physics with an example.

c) Assertion: the range of a projectile

remains the same for the angle of OR

projection 300 and 600. (1) 12B. a) Obtain expression for Time of flight

Reason: the range does not depend on for a projectile motion.

the angle of projection. b) What is the angle of projection for

Choose the correct answer: maximum horizontal range?

A: Both assertion and reasons are c) The ceiling of a long hall is 25m

correct. high. What is the maximum horizontal

distance that the ball thrown with a speed of

B: Both assertion and reason are 40 m/s can go without hitting the ceiling of the

wrong. hall? [Imp-2012]

C: Assertion is correct, but reasons 13. A parallelogram law helps to find the

are wrong. magnitude and direction of the resultant of

two forces:

D: Assertion is wrong, but reason is

correct. [March 2014] a) State the law.

10. A stone is thrown upward from a moving b) If the magnitude of two vectors and

train. (1+3+1) their resultant are the same, what is the angle

between the two vectors?

a) Name the path followed by the stone.

c) Determine the value of

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A B A B . [March 2012] attained by the ball above the point of

projection? (Take g = ms-2).

c) In the figure, the point P on a wheel

14. A boy throws a cricket ball with a velocity

of radius R is in contact with the

u at an angle with the horizontal.

ground. What is the displacement of

a) Name the path followed by the ball. the point, when the wheel rolls a half

b) At the highest point, what are the revolution?

vertical and horizontal components of

velocity?

c) Derive an expression for the

maximum height reached by the ball.

18. A stone is thrown up with the velocity u

which makes an angle with the horizontal.

vertical and horizontal components of

velocity?

[March 2012] b) How do these components change

with time?

15. A food packet is dropped from a plane c) After t seconds what will be the

flying horizontally. magnitude and direction of the

resultant velocity?

a) Sketch the path of the falling food

[ Imp 2010]

packet.

b) If the time taken by the packet to 19. Ramesh observes the motion of an insect

reach the earths surface is 6 in a circle. He finds that it travels 6 revolutions

seconds, calculate the height from in an anticlockwise direction for a time of

which the packet is dropped. 31.4sec.

(Take g = 10m/s2) [Imp-2011]

a) Find the angular velocity of the

16. A physical quantity having both insect.

magnitude and direction is a vector and if has b) If the insect travels

only magnitude it is a scalar. Categories the 4 revolutions in the clockwise

following physical quantities into scalars and direction for a time of 8.6sec, what

vectors. will be the angular speed averaged

over the total time?

a) Force

c) Obtain the expression for centripetal

b) Angular momentum

acceleration (ac) in terms of angular

c) Time

speed ( ). [March 2010]

d) Work [Imp-2011]

17. Motion along a plane is called two- 20. Imagine yourself in a rain steadily falling

dimensional motion. A body moving in two vertically with a speed of 2ms-1.

dimensions is found to have acceleration in a) If you start moving with 1ms-1 due

one dimension. east, in which direction should you

a) Identify the motion. hold the umbrella to protect yourself

b) A ball thrown by a player reaches from the rain?

another player reaches another player b) On a sunny day at 12 noon, you hold

in 2s. What is the maximum height the umbrella vertically. If you run at

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the umbrella? Justify your answer.

[March 2010] Laws of Motion

21. a) A body, moving along a circle has 1. A person drives a car along a circular

uniform speed but the velocity is varying. This track on a level ground.

is because of the centripetal acceleration of

the body. From the relationship between a) Derive an expression for the

linear and angular velocities, find the maximum safe speed of the car.

relationship between linear and angular (2)

accelerations. b) Why do we give banking to curved

roads? (1)

b) Find the angular velocities of the

minute and second hands of a clock. [SEPT-2016]

c) A ball trapped in a circular path of 2. When a horse suddenly starts moving, the

radius 10 cm moves steadily and completes rider fails backward. [March 2016]

10 revolutions in 100 seconds. What is the

a) Name and state the law used to

angular velocity and what is the linear

explain the above situation. (2)

velocity of its motion? Is the acceleration

b) State the law of conservation of

vector is a constant vector? [ Imp 2009]

linear momentum and prove it on the

22A. a boy throws a cricket ball with a basis of second law of motion. (2)

velocity u at an angle 0 with the horizontal. c) State true or false.

An iron ball and a wooden ball of the

a) What is the path followed by the ball? same radius are released from a height

b) At the highest point, what are the in vacuum; the iron ball will reach the

vertical and horizontal components ground first. (1)

of velocity?

c) Derive the expressions for time of 3. A circular track of radius 400m is kept

flight and horizontal range of the with outer edge raised to make 5 degrees with

ball. the horizontal. (1+3+2)

OR

a) What do you call this type of construction

of tracks?

22B. A and B are two non-zero vectors.

b) Obtain an expression for the maximum

a) If A B = A . B , what is the angle permissible speed considering the

force of friction.

between A and B ?

c) Calculate the permissible speed of the car

b) Find the value of A . A B . if the coefficient of friction is 0.2.

c) The parallelogram law is used to find [Imp-2013]

the resultant of two vectors. Find the

4. The given graph ABCD shows variation

magnitude of the resultant of these

of force with time for a body placed on a

two vectors in terms of their

smooth horizontal surface.

magnitudes and the angle between

them. [MARCH-2009]

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a) Using the given graph, state whether the c) Obtain an expression for maximum

following statements are true or false. speed on a banked road without considering

i) The force acting on a body along friction. [Imp-2014]

AB is constant.

ii) The force acting on a body along 8. We are familiar with Newtons laws of

CD is zero. (2) motion.

b) i) State the law of conservation of a) State Newtons second law of motion.

linear momentum.

(1)

iii) Find the region on the graph at b) Using the above law, explain:

which the body moves with

i. Impulse momentum

constant momentum. (2)

principle

iv) Draw a momentum time graph ii. Law of conservation of linear

for the given graph. (1)

momentum (1)

[Imp 2015] c) A circular racetrack of radius 300 m

is banked at an angle of 150 . The

5. a) State the following statements are True coefficient of friction between the

or False. Correct the statements if false. wheels of a race car and the road is

(2) 0.2. Find:

i. The optimum speed of the race car to

i. A spring balance gives the mass of a avoid wear and tear on its tyres. (1)

body while a common balance gives ii. Maximum permissible speed to avoid

its weight. slipping. (2) [March 2014]

ii. If the same force is applied on two

bodies of different masses for the

same time, then the change in 9. Match the following.

momentum of two bodies is the same.

Sl A B

b) State Newtons second law and arrive No

at the equation of force. (2) Newtons first Change in

1 law momentum

c) A motorcycle and a bus are moving Conservation of Action

with same momentum. Which of them has 2 linear reaction

greater kinetic energy? Justify. (1) momentum

Newtons third Law of inertia

[March 2015] 3 law

Impulse Momentum

6. Newton formulated the famous laws of 4 before collision=

motion. Momentum after

collision

a) Give the significance of Newtons [March-2013]

first law.

10A) According to Newtons law of motion,

b) Action and reaction are equal and the force depends on the rate of change of

opposite, yet they do not cancel each other. momentum.

Why? [Imp-2014] (1 + 1)

a) Name the law that helps to measure

7. Friction is defined as the force which force.

opposes the relative motion between two

b) Using the above law, deduce an

surfaces in contact. (2+ 1+ 3)

expression for force.

a) Friction is a necessary evil. Explain.

b) What is meant by banking of roads?

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c) A man jumping out of a moving bus 14. When a short is fired from a gun, the dun

falls with his head forward. What should he is moved in the backward direction. (1+ 2)

do in order to land safely.

a) State the principle behind it.

10B) The outer side of a circular track of b) Prove the principle using Newtons

radius 200 m is raised to make an angle of 150 second law of motion.

with the horizontal. [Imp-2011]

a) Which force provides the necessary 15. Friction is a force acting between two

centric petal force for a car taking the circular surfaces in contact; when there is a relative

track? motion between them. Consider a car moving

over a horizontal road. What will be the

b) Name the process by which the outer direction of frictional force acting between the

side of a curved track is raised a little above road and tyre? (1) [Imp-2011]

the inner side.

16. A stone breaks the window glass into

c) Using the data provided in this case, pieces while a bullet almost pierces through

determine the maximum permissible speed to the same. Give reason. (1) [Imp-2011]

avoid skidding (given s = 0.25 ).

17. Banking of road helps to increase the

[March-2013] centripetal force and there by increases the

limit of maximum speed of a vehicle w2ith it

11. Write the reason for the following:

can take the curve. (1+ 1)

a) Action and reaction are equal and a) Sketch the schematic diagram of a

opposite. Yet they do not cancel each

vehicle on a banked road and mark

other. the various forces acting on it.

b) A cricketer moves his hands

b) Give the expression for the maximum

backwards while holding a catch. allowed speed of a vehicle on a

[Imp-2012] banked road with friction.

force depends on the rate of change of

18. A block of mass M is suspended by a

momentum. light cord C from the ceiling and another

a) State whether the force is external or strong cord D is

internal? Justify your answer. attached to the bottom

b) What happens to the linear of the block as shown.

momentum when the force is absent?

c) The motion of a particle of mass m is

1 2

described y ut gt . find the

2

force acting on the particle.

d) Why is it more difficult to rotate a The cord D is pulled by a force F. Which

stone by tying it to a longer string than of these cords will break, if

a shorter string? [March 2012]

a) The force is increased steadily?

13. A thief jumps from the top of a house with b) The force is increased suddenly?

a box of weight 25kg.wt. on his head. What [March 2011]

will be the weight of the box experienced by

the thief during his downward fall? Justify 19. Raising the outer edge of a curved road a

your answer. [Imp-2011] little above the inner edge is called banking of

curves.

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a) Derive an expression for the safe a) What will happen to the weight of the

speed with which a car can negotiate a banked child if?

road by taking into account the friction i. The lift moves up with a

between the tyres and the road. constant speed?

b) A machine gun fires bullets of mass ii. The lift moves up with a

40 g each with a speed of 1200 ms-1. The constant acceleration?

person can hold the gun with a maximum

force of 144 N. What is the maximum number b) Write down expressions for the

of bullets that can be fired per second from the apparent weight felt by the child when the

gun? [March 2011] lift is:

flat slab of ice. He can get himself to the edge ii. Descending with a uniform

of the slab by spitting or blowing air in the acceleration.

forward direction (assuming the ice to be c)If the child weighs 20kg and if the lift is

frictionless)

moving down with a uniform acceleration

a) Name the principle/law involved in of 5ms -2, what will be the apparent weight

this. of the child?

b) A horse cannot pull a cart and run in (g = 10ms-2). [MARCH-2009]

empty space. Why?

c) With the help of a free body diagram

represent the various forces acting on

a vehicle moving on a banked road. Chapter -6

Neglecting frictional force obtain the

expression for the maximum safe Work, Energy and Power

speed of the vehicle on the banked

road. [ Imp 2010] 1. a) State the work energy theorem. (1)

a lift which is moving vertically downwards body is completely converted into kinetic

with an acceleration of 1.8 m/s2 energy during its free fall under the gravity.

(2)

a) Will the passenger experience

decease or an increase in his weight/ c) A man carefully brings down a glass

Explain? sheet from a height 2 m to the ground. The

b) What will be the effect if the cable is work done by him is .................

cut and the lift falls freely? (i) negative (ii) zero

[March 2010]

(iii) positive (iv) unpredictable (1)

22. There are different types of forces in

nature. We learnt their effects and [SEPT-2016]

applications. Give the exact reasons for the

following. 2. Force is required to lift a body from the

ground to a height h and work is measured

a) Why cant a horse pull a cart in empty as the product of force and magnitude of

space? displacement.

b) Why are passengers thrown forward

when a speeding bus stops suddenly? a) Name the energy possessed by the

[March 2010] body at maximum height. Write an

equation for it. (2)

23. A child is sitting inside a lift in a multi- b) A man of mass 60 kg carries a

storeyed building. stone of mass 20 kg to the top of a

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50m. Calculate the total energy collision they could move together,

spent by him? (9.8m/s2 ) (2) the collision is........ (1)

[March 2016] (elastic, completely elastic, inelastic,

completely inelastic)

3. The figure shows a body of mass m placed b) Show that in a perfectly elastic

at a height h. A, B and C are the three points collision in one dimension, relative

on the trajectory of this body. velocity after collision is equal to

relative velocity before collision. (2)

c) A ball at rest is dropped from a height

of 12 m. It loses 25% of its kinetic

energy on striking the ground. Find

the height at which it bounces. (2)

[March 2015]

m1 and m2 approaching each other with speeds

a) Which is the type of energy possessed by u1 and u2. Let them undergo one-dimensional

this body at a height h? (1) collision and retrieve each other with

velocities v1 and v2.

b) Prove that total mechanical energy is

conserved at B and C. (2)

up with a kinetic energy of 490 J. Find the

Show that (u1 - u2 ) = - (v1 v2).

height at which the kinetic energy of the body

becomes half of the original value. i.e. before and after collision, their relative

(2) [Imp 2015] velocities are equal. (3) [Imp-2014]

4A. The scalar product of force and 6. From the table given below:

displacement gives work. It can be negative,

zero or positive. Force(N) 2 4 6 8 10

......... with respect to frictional force.

(zero, positive, negative, infinity)

a) Draw the force displacement graph.

(1)

b) How can you find the work done from

b) State and prove the work energy

the above graph?

theorem for constant force. (2)

c) Suggest any two situations in which

c) A pump on the ground floor of a

the work done by a force is zero.

building can pump water to fill a tank

d) A ball is pushed with a force of 3N for

of volume 30 m3 in 15 minutes. If the

2s along a frictionless track. The

tank is 40 m above the ground and the

graph shows the force on the body

efficiency of the pump is 30%, how

against time.

munch electric power is consumed by

the pump? (2)

OR

caroms involve collisions.

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straight line a) water Potential ............

stored in a energy

a) What is the network done by the external dam

force on the car? b) ........ Kinetic 1

energy E mv 2

2

b) State work energy theorem. c)Mass=10k Accelera Force=10N

g tion

c) A bullet of mass 10g and velocity 800 m/s

d)Lift falls a=g R=..........

is passed through a mud wall of thickness 1 m. freely

Its velocity reduces to 100m/s. Find the [March 2012]

average resistance offered by the mud wall.

12. Work is required to lift a body through a

(1+2+3) [Imp-2013] height from the ground.

8. Fill in the blanks. a) Calculate the work done in lifting a

body of mass 10 kg to a height of 10

a) ........... Scalar

m above the ground.

F.S quantity

b) Mass, m Momentum, KE=....... b) State and prove the law of

m conservation of energy of a freely

c) ............. Momentum Energy falling body.

collision conserved conserved c) Draw the variation of KE and PE with

d) Unit of ............ 746watt the height of the body.

power

e) Body of At a height, PE=.. [March 2012]

mass, m h

f) Power, p P=........ Scalar 13. A force is required to do work. The work

product done by a force is the product of displacement

[March2013] and the component of force in the direction of

displacement. Prove this statement.

9. a) State and explain the work done in the

following situations: [Imp-2011]

i) A person carrying a heavy load walks 14. Consider a body falling freely through the

on a level road. atmosphere. Neglecting the air resistance

prove that the total mechanical energy of the

ii) A man spending his energy by

body remains constant throughout the fall.

pushing on a concrete wall.

[Imp-2011]

b) A constant force of 200 N displaces a

body through 5m in the direction of the force. 15. Ramesh lifts a body of mass m to a

Find the work done on the body. height h near the surface of the earth in a

time t.

[March-2013]

a) Draw the force-displacement graph.

10. a) State and prove that the law of

b) If A is the area of the graph, what

conservation of energy for a freely falling

body. A

quantity does indicate?

t

b) Draw graphically the variation of [March 2011]

kinetic energy and potential energy with the

height of the body in the above case.

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16. According to the work-energy theorem, a) A man tries to pull a rigid wall for a

work done by a force on a body is equal to long time but fails to displace it. What

change in its kinetic energy. is the external work done by him?

b) Suggest two conditions for the work

a) A lorry and a car moving with a same done by a force to be zero.

kinetic energy are stopped by c) A body of mass 1 kg travels in a

applying breaks which provides the 3

same retardation. Which of them will straight line with a velocity v kx 2

come to a rest in a shorter distance? where k = 5 SI units. Calculate the

Explain. work done by the net force to displace

b) If the kinetic energy of a body is from x =0 to x = 2 m.

doubled, what is the percentage [March 2010]

change in its linear momentum?

20. a) State work-energy theorem.

[March 2011]

b) Prove work-energy principle for a

17. A ball moves along a circle under the

particle moving with a constant acceleration

influence of centripetal force.

along a straight line.

a) What is the work done by the

c) A bullet of mass 20g pierces through a

centripetal force on the ball?

plate of mass 1 kilogram and then comes to

b) An arrow shot from a bow has kinetic

rest inside a second plate of mass 2.98

energy. How does it get this kinetic

kilograms as in figure. It is found that the two

energy?

plates,

c) Show that the total mechanical

energy of a freely falling body is

conserved.

[ Imp 2010]

be the physical contact of two particles as in

the case of scattering of the -particle by a Initially at rest, now move with equal velocity.

nucleus Find the percentage loss of the initial velocity

of the bullet when it is between the plates.

a) What is the quantity that remains

conserved in all types of collisions? [ Imp 2009]

b) Suppose an electron and a proton are

projected with equal kinetic energy, 21. Work is required to be done to lift a body

what will be the ratio of their linear from the ground. Let the body be dropped

momentums if the proton is 1830 from the height h.

times heavier than an electron? a) State the work-energy theorem.

c) The bob of a pendulum released from b) Draw graphically, the variation of

300 to the vertical hits on another bob K.E and P.E. with the height of the

of equal mass at rest. How high does body. Where do you find:

the first bob rise after the collision?

(Assume that the collision is elastic i ) The maximum P.E. ?

and the sizes of the bobs are

negligible.) [March 2010] ii) The maximum K.E.?

19. Work is related to force and displacement c) State and prove the law of

over which it acts. conservation of energy in this case.

[MARCH-2009]

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why. (1) [March 2016]

System of particles and

3A. a) State perpendicular axis theorem. Use

Rotational Motion this theorem to find the moment of inertia of a

ring about its diameter. (4)

1A. a) Classical dancers bring their hands

closer to their body to rotate faster. Name b) Two identical concentric rings each of

the principle employed by them. mass M and radius R are placed perpendicular

(1) to each other. What is the moment of inertia

about an axis passing through the centre of

b) A wheel rolls along a straight line.

mass of this system?

Derive an expression for its total kinetic

energy. (3) 3

i) MR 2 ii) 2MR 2

c) The rotational analogue of force is 2

.................... (1)

1

iii) 3MR 2 iv) MR 2 (1)

OR 4

1B. Moment of inertia about a diameter of OR

MR 2

a ring is I 0 . 3B. a) Derive the mathematical relation

2

between angular momentum and torque. State

a) Name the theorem that helps to find the law of conservation of angular

the moment of inertia about a tangent momentum. (4)

parallel to the diameter.

b) A solid sphere is rotating about a

(1)

diameter at an angular velocity . If it cools

b) Draw a diagram and find the moment 1

so that the radius reduces to of its original

of inertia about a tangent, parallel to n

the diameter of the ring. (3) value, its angular velocity becomes (1)

c) The rotational analogue of mass is

[Imp 2015]

................. (1)

i) ii) iii) n iv) n 2

[SEPT-2016] n n2

moment of force, also called torque. analogue of mass in linear dynamics. Write

the equation of the moment of inertia of a disc

a) The turning effect of force is about an axis passing through its centre and

maximum when the angle between perpendicular to its plane. (1)

r and F is............. (1)

a) State the parallel axis theorem of

b) A wheel starting from rest acquires

moment of inertia. (1)

an angular velocity of 10 rad/s in

b) A coin is rolling on a plane surface.

two seconds. The moment of inertia

What fraction of its total kinetic

of the wheel is 0.4 kg m2. Calculate

energy is rotational? (2)

the torque acting on it. (3)

[March 2015]

c) The possibility of falling backward

with the ladder is more when you 5. Moments of inertia of a ring about an axis

are high up on the ladder than when passing through the centre is MR2. The

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found using the perpendicular axis theorem. a bicycle rim, keeping the

ring in the vertical position

a) State the perpendicular axis theorem. with both the strings in

one hand, put the wheel in

b) Obtain the expression for the moment

fast rotation (see fig).

of inertia of a ring about its diameter. (1+ 2)

When string B is released,

the rim keeps rotating in a

vertical plane and the

[Imp-2014] plane of rotation turns

around the string A.

result.

6. Moment of inertia is the analogue of mass

b) Explain the practical example (shown in the

in rotational motion. But unlike mass; it is not

fig) based on the law mentioned in (a)

a fixed quantity. (1+2+2)

a measure of rotational inertia. Why?

moment of inertia of a rigid body

depends.

bodies A and B are IA and IB (IA > IB) and

their angular momentum are equal. Which

one has a greater kinetic energy? Explain.

[March 2014]

axis. (1+2+2)

c) How will you distinguish a hard-boiled egg

a) State the theorem which will help and a raw egg by spinning each on a table top?

you to find the moment of inertia

about its diameter. d) A solid cylinder of mass 20kg rotates about

b) Using this theorem, find the its axis with an angular speed of 100 rad s-1.

moment of inertia of the ring about The radius of the cylinder is 0.25m. What is

its diameter. the magnitude of angular momentum of the

c) A rolls down the inclined plane cylinder about its axis? [March 2013]

without slipping. Find the velocity

of the ring when it reaches the 9. A solid sphere of mass m and radius r

ground. [Imp-2013] starts from rest and rolls down along an

inclined plane as shown.

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a) Write an expression for the moment 12. a) A body rolls over a horizontal, smooth

of inertia of the sphere about its axis surface without slipping with a translational

passing through the centre. kinetic energy E. Show that the kinetic energy

b) Why moment of inertia is also called K2

as rotational inertia? of the body is E 1 , where K is the

R2

c) Find the velocity when it reaches the

ground. [Imp-2012] radius of gyration and R is the radius of the

body. Using the above relation, find the total

10. Rotational inertia is the tendency of a kinetic energy of a circular disc.

rotating body to resist any change in its state

of rotational motion. b) A wheel of mass 1000 kg and radius 1 m

is rotating at the rate of 420 r.p.m. What is the

a) What you mean by the radius of constant torque required to stop the wheel in

gyration of a rolling body? 14 rotations, assuming the mass to be

concentrated at the rim of the wheel?

b) Show that the disc has the moment of

MR 2 [March 2011]

inertia I about an axis perpendicular

2 13. The moment of inertia of a uniform thin

to the disc at its centre. circular disc about a diametric axis of the disc

c) The figure shows two different MR 2

is where M is the mass and R is the

spinning poses of a ballet dancer. 4

radius of the disc.

the moment of inertia of the disc

about another axis parallel to this

axis. Give the statement of this

theorem.

b) Using the theorem find the moment of

inertia of the disc about a tangential

In which spinning pose does the ballet axis in the plane of the disc.

dancer have less angular velocity? Justify c) A circular disc of mass 0.15kg and

your answer. [March 2012] radius0.1 m makes 120 revolutions in

one minute about its own axis.

11. Moment of inertia plays the same roll in Calculate its angular momentum.

rotational motion as mass in linear motion.

The moment of inertia of a body changes [ Imp 2010]

when the axis of rotation changes.

14A. In a hammer throw event, a solid sphere

a) State the parallel axes theorem on of mass 16 kg is tied to a light 50 cm long

moment of inertia. chain. A sportsman gives to it a constant

b) Write the relation between moment of moment of 30 N-m for 10 seconds and then

inertia and angular momentum. throws the sphere. Consider the sphere as a

c) If the moment of inertia of a disc point mass.

about an axis passing through its

a) Find the moment of inertia about the

centre and perpendicular to its plane

axis of rotation.

MR 2 b) If L is the angular momentum and

is (M is the mass of the disc

2 dL

and R is radius). Determine its T is the torque, show that T .

dt

moment of inertia about a diameter

and about a tangent. [Imp-2011]

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which an angular momentum remains 2

,find the acceleration of a

1 K / R

2

constant.

sphere of mass M and radius R.K is the radius

OR gyration.

14B. Remya stands at the centre of a turn- c) Using the above equation find the

table with her two arms outstretched. The acceleration of a disc of radius R and mass M.

table with an angular speed of 40 revolutions If a student allows the sphere and disc to roll

/ minute. down simultaneously, which will reach down

first? Give the reason. [ Imp 2009]

a) What will happen to the moment of

inertia if she folds her hands back? 16. A solid sphere, a ring and a circular disc

b) If the angular speed is increased to of identical radii are rolling down an inclined

100 revolutions / minute, what will be plane without slipping from the same height,

the new moment of inertia? starting from rest.

c) Write the expression for the

a) i) Which will reach the bottom first?

rotational kinetic energy of the

b) ii) The moment of inertia of a disc

system and explain the terms

about an axis passing through its

involved in it.

centre and perpendicular to its plane

[March 2010]

MR 2

is . Find its moment of inertia

15A. a) Moment of inertia of a particle is a 2

measure of its rotational inertia. The moment about an axis passing through its edge

of inertia of a system will be the sum of the and parallel to its diameter.

moment of inertia of the components c) A ring of radius 2 m weighs 100 kg.

translated to the particular axis mentioned. It rolls along a horizontal floor so that

Find the moment of inertia of a thin meter its centre of mass has a speed of 20

scale about a perpendicular axis through the cms-1. What is its total kinetic energy?

centre. Take M as the mass of the scale. [MARCH-2009]

b) Find the moment of inertia of a thin

circular disc of mass m and radius R about one

of its diameters. Chapter -8

c) If a Gravitation

student fixes

two such discs 1. a) State Keplers second law of planetary

at the ends of motion. (Law of areas).

the meter scale

and rotates the system about an axis b) Derive an equation for the orbital

perpendicular to the length of the scale as in velocity of a satellite. (2)

figure. What will be the Moment of inertia of

c) Escape the velocity of a planet is 20

the system?

Km/s. Find the orbital velocity of the

OR smallest possible orbit. (2)

a body.

2A. The acceleration due to gravity may

b) If the acceleration of a rolling body vary with altitude and depth.

through an inclined plane is given by a =

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acceleration due to gravity at a

height h. (h<< RE) (2) a) Keplers laws i) Scalar

b) Why does satellite need no fuel to b) Gravitational ii) Planetary motion

go around a planet in its fixed orbit? constant

c) Acceleration due to gravity is c) Velocity iii) Inertia

independent of ................ (mass of d) Newtons first iv) 9.8 ms-2

earth / mass of body) (2 +1) law of motion

[March 2016] e) Acceleration due v) [LT-1]

OR to gravity

f) Distance vi) 6.67 10-11

2B. For a particle to overcome the Nm2kg-2

gravitational pull of earth, it is projected with

[Imp-2014]

a minimum velocity.

6. The velocity of a satellite in its orbit is

a) Name the minimum velocity. (1)

called orbital velocity.

b) Obtain an expression for the above

minimum velocity. (2) a) Find the relation between orbital

c) A ball bounces more on the surface velocity and escape velocity.

of the moon than on the earth. b) What is a geostationary satellite?

Explain why. (2) [March 2016] c) Moon has no atmosphere. Why?

gravitational field, it should be projected with

a minimum velocity. [Imp 2015] 7. Choose the correct alternative. (1+1)

ii) Derive an expression for this mass of the earth / the mass of the

velocity (2) body.

b) The moon does not have an b) Gravitational force / weak nuclear

atmosphere around it. Give reason. force is the weakest fundamental

(2) force. [March 2014]

4. Out earth has several artificial satellites. 8A. Earth satellites are objects which revolve

But the moon is the only natural satellite. around the earth. Consider a satellite at a

height h from the surface of the earth

a) If acceleration due to gravity at the

surface of earth is g, arrive at the a) Give an equation for its orbital

expression for acceleration due to velocity. (1)

gravity at a depth d. (2) b) Obtain an equation for the period of

b) Distance to the moon from the earth the above satellite. (2)

is 3.84 x 108 m and the time period of c) Distinguish between geo stationary

the moons revolution is 27.3 days. satellites and polar satellites. (1)

Obtain the mass of the earth. OR

(Gravitational constant

g=6.67 x 10-11 Nm2kg-2.) (2) 8B. The value of acceleration due to gravity is

c) How do you explain weightlessness maximum on the surface of the earth.

in an artificial satellite? (1)

a) Write the relation between

[March 2015] acceleration due to gravity and

gravitational constant.

b) Obtain an equation for the variation of

g with height

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c) Draw a graph showing the variation 10B. The acceleration due to gravity (g) on the

of g with depth and height from the surface of the earth is 9.8m/s2.

surface of the earth. Assume that the

density of earth is constant. a) Define the acceleration due to gravity (g).

(1+ 2+ 1) [March 2014] b) Derive an expression for the variation of g

9A. For a particle to leave from the earths at a depth d below the surface of earth.

field, it should be projected with a minimum

c) At what height h will the value of g be

velocity. (1+2+2+1) half of that on the surface of the earth?

a) Name the velocity.

[March 2013]

b) Obtain the expression for the

11. Match the following:

above velocity.

Fundamental force Planetary motion

c) An elephant and an ant are to be Newtons first law Centripetal force

projected from earth into space. Whether the Strong force Recoil of the gun

velocities required for doing so are the same Keplers law Nuclear force

or different? Justify your answer. Circular motion Inertia

Newtons third law Gravitational force

d) Find the period of a simple pendulum, if [Imp-2012]

this experiment is performed inside a satellite?

12. Nowadays we are familiar with satellites.

OR

a) Name any two satellites.

9B. The acceleration due to gravity (g) on the b) Differentiate escape velocity from

surface of the earth is 9.8m/s2 orbital velocity.

c) For an earth satellite show that,

a) Define acceleration due to gravity (g).

Escape Velocity = 2 Orbital

b) Derive an expression for the variation Velocity. [Imp-2012]

of (g) with height (h) above the surface of the

earth. 13. a) The value of acceleration due to gravity

is maximum at the.................

c) At what height h the value of g will

be half of that on the surface of the earth? i. Poles ii. Equator

10A. The escape speed for an object from the b) Find the height at which g is reduced

earth is 11.2km/s. to g/2.

from earth into space. State whether the

b) Arrive at an expression for the escape speed velocity is the same or different in projecting

from the earth. each animal. Justify. [March 2012]

c) Explain whether the escape speed depends 14. Imagine a point mass m maintained at

on the mass of the object or not. the centre of a shell of uniform density having

mass M. If the radius of the shell is R, what

d) The earth contains an atmosphere while the

will be the gravitational force exerted by the

moon does not. Give the reason.

shell on the point mass? Explain.

[March 2013]

[Imp-2011]

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15. The acceleration of a body due to the force 19. There are different types of forces in

exerted by earth on it is known as acceleration nature. We learnt their effects and

due to gravity. (1+ 2) applications. Give the exact reasons for the

following.

a) Why does earth impart same

acceleration on all bodies? a) Why does a satellite revolve around

b) Show graphically the variation of the earth in a circular path?

strength with distance from the centre b) Why is it easy to lift a heavy stone in

of the earth outwards. [Imp-2011] water? [March 2010]

16. A person in an artificial satellite of the 20A. a) The minimum velocity with which

earth experiences weightlessness The moon is a body is to be projected so that it never

a natural satellite of the earth. returns to earth is called the escape velocity.

Arrive at an expression for escape velocity of

a) Can a person on the moon experience earth.

weight? Why?

b) A satellite is revolving very close to b) Explain whether escape velocity

earth. What is the percentage increase depends on mass of the body or not.

in velocity needed to make it escape

from the gravitational field of the c) Show how escape velocity and orbital

earth? velocity are related.

c) Acceleration due to gravity g

OR

depends on the distance r from the

center of the earth. Draw a graph 20B a) What will happen to acceleration

showing the variation of g with r. due to gravity

17. The earth revolves around the sun in an ii. If the rotational speed is increased?

elliptical orbit. The closet approach of the

earth with the sun is called perihelion. When b) Keeping the mass of earth the same if

the approaches the perihelion, its speed the diameter is shrinked by 1%, what will

increases. Explain this principle. be the percentage change in acceleration

due to gravity on the surface.

[March 2011]

c) If the radius of earth suddenly

18. weight of a body is the force of reduces to half its value, what will be its

gravitational attraction experienced by it. It is effect on the duration of the day?

equal to the product of mass of the body and

acceleration due to gravity. [ Imp 2009]

a) Obtain an expression for the 21. When we throw a stone into the air, it

acceleration due to gravity of a body comes back to the earth. But when we increase

in terms of the mass of the earth. the speed of the stone, it may escape from the

b) If you imagine the motion of a body gravitational attraction of the earth.

from the centre of the earth to the

a) Explain the term escape velocity.

surface of the moon, what change will

What is its value on the surface of the

you observe in the weight of the body

earth?

during that motion? (Neglect the

b) The radius of the earth is reduced by

effect of all other objects).

4 % of its initial value. The mass of

[ Imp 2010] the earth remains unchanged. What

will be the percentage of change in

the escape velocity?

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circular orbits, derive Keplers third items its original length.

law on planetary motion.

[March-2009] a) Draw the stress-strain graph of a

rubber band. (1)

Chapter -9 number of thin wires braided together.

Why? (1) [March 2015]

Mechanical Properties of Solids 5. A rigid is a body with a perfectly

1. a) The ratio of shear stress to shear strain unchanging shape under the influence of an

is ............... external force.

of a rigid body? (1)

(ii) Youngs modulus

b) A rigid beam of length L, breadth b

[SEPT-2016]

and depth d is supported near its ends

2. The stress-strain graph for wires of two as shown in the figure. A load W is

materials A and B are given below. suspended at its centre of mass. Write

the expression for the amount of

sagging. (1) [March 2015]

extended by an amount x as shown.

b) When a spring balances are

continuously used for long time,

they show wrong reading. Explain

why. (2) [March 2016]

given in the below table. [Imp 2015]

a) What do you mean by Youngs (a) Name the law relating stress and strain.

modulus? Write a mathematical

expression for it. (2) (b) Calculate the stress developed in a metal

b) Select the material from the table, wire when it is strained by 30%. Given

which shows more elasticity. (1) youngs modulus of material is 200 GPa.

Substance Youngs Modulus(N/m2)

X 70 x 109 Why? (1+2+2) [Imp-2014]

Y 120 x 109

Z 200 x 109

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7. The graph below shows how the force b) Discuss the behaviour of wire at

applied to a metal wire is related to the extent various stages.

ion of the wire. c) State Hookes law. For which part of

the above graph is this applicable.

d) Which is more elastic; steel or

rubber? Why? [Imp-2012]

wire, the length of the wire increases

slightly.

a) Write the letter that corresponds to: a) Name and the state law that relates to the

restring force developed in the wire and its

i) Elastic limit deformation.

loading wire.

b) The wire has an unstretched length of

2.40 m and an area of cross section of Mark the following points:

3.90 10 7 m2. Determine the

Youngs modulus Y of the material. i. Elastic limit ii. Fracture point

(2) [March 2014]

iii. Plastic region iv. Elastic region

8. Stress Strain graph of two materials is

c) If the youngs moduli of iron and glass

show below:

are 190 109 Nm-2 and 65 109 Nm-2

respectively. Which is more elastic? Justify

your answer. [March 2012]

which it regains its original state on the

removal of the deforming force. (1+ 2)

a) State the law which relates stress with

strain. a) Why Steel is more elastic than

Rubber?

b) Which materials is more ductile (A or B)? b) The figure given below shows the

c) Which material is preferred for making stress-strain curve for a given

springs (A or B)? Why? (1+1+1) [Imp-2013] material. What are the Youngs

modulus and approximate yield

9. Hookes law states that stress strain. strength for this material?

above law to be valid?

relation between stress and strain for a given

solid material under increasing tensile stress.

[March-2013]

force it breaks.

[Imp-2011]

a) Represent the variation of extension

with load on a graph

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by 80 atmospheres, its volume decreases by

0.01%. Find the bulk modulus of elasticity of Fluids

the material of the sphere. (2)

1A. Consider the flow of a liquid through a

[Imp-2011] pipe of varying cross section.

14. Elasticity is an internal property of matter. a) Write the equation of continuity of

Fluids possess volume elasticity. Which is flow. (1)

more elastic, air or water? Why?

b) Draw a figure and drive Bernoullis

[March 2011] equation. (4)

15. Modulus of elasticity of a material is the c) A tank of 5 m height is filled with

ratio of stress and strain. water. Calculate the velocity of efflux

through a hole, 3 m below the surface of

a) Youngs modulus for a perfectly rigid

water. (2)

body is ---------

b) One end of a rope of a length 4.5 m OR

and diameter 6 mm is fixed to the

branch of a tree. A monkey weighing 1B. Surface tension is a property of liquids

100 N jumps to catch the free end and and it causes capillary rise in small tubes.

stays there. Find the elongation of the

rope. (Youngs modulus = 4.8 1011 a) What do you mean by surface

tension? (1)

N/ m2). [ Imp 2010]

b) Draw a figure and derive an equation

for capillary rise in a tube of radius

r. (4)

16. Elasticity is the property of matter that is c) Excess pressure inside a liquid drop

characterized by atomic packing. For an is 60 N/m2. What will be the excess

elastic solid, stress applied is directly pressure inside a liquid bubble of the

proportional to the strain produced in it. The same radius formed by the same

stress versus strain graph for three materials liquid?

A, B and C is shown below.

(2) [SEPT-2016]

a) Which is energy can be explained with Bernoullis

more elastic A, B or principle. [March 2016]

C? Justify your

answer. a) State and prove Bernoullis

b) If the bulk principle. (4)

modulus of water is 2 x 109 Nm-2, find b) While travelling in aeroplane, it is

its compressibility. advisable to remove ink from

c) Why are girders for supporting roofs fountain pen. why? (2)

formed in the shape of I? OR

[March 2010] 2B. Viscosity is the frictional force in

fluids.

through a viscus medium, what are

the various forces acting on it? Using

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terminal velocity. (4) of a hydraulic lift. (3)

b) Raindrops falling under gravity do not c) The above arrangement is placed in

acquire very high velocity. Why? (2) an elevator which is accelerating

[March 2016] upwards. What happens to the

possible height of the liquid column

3A. a) State and prove Bernoullis theorem. in the tube? Justify. (2)

(4) [Imp 2015] OR

in human flesh have low surface tension. Due

to low surface tension, they spread over the

wounds easily.

contact is......... (1)

Define capillarity and arrive at the

b) A steady flow of nonviscous liquids are expression for capillary rise in terms

shown in ffigures 1 and 2. Which one of the of surface tension. (3)

figures is INCORRECT? Why? (2) c) In a capillary tube, water rises to a

height. If the capillary tube is inclined

OR at an angle 600 with the vertical, what

3B. a) What is the SI unit of pressure? Derive will be the length of the water column

a mathematical expression for excess pressure in the tube. (2) [March 2015]

inside a liquid drop. (4) 5A. Law of conservation of energy is a

b) What will happen to two soap bubbles universal law for all states of matter. (1+ 3)

of radii, which are in contact with each other? a) Which theorem gives the law of

Why? (2) conservation of energy for a flowing

4A. The pressure of the atmosphere at any liquid?

point is the weight of the air column of a unit b) State and prove the above theorem.

cross sectional area.

OR

Its unit is bar.

5B. A liquid surface behaves like a stretched

a) Identify the elastic membrane.

given diagram

a) Name the liquid property for the

and write its

use. (1) above behaviour.

b) Define angle of contact. What is its

value for pure water with glass?

b) State Pascals

law for transmission of fluid pressure

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liquid in a capillary tube of radius r, having

density and surface tension S.

[Imp-2014]

Hydraulic lift: .................... [March 2014] sizes

iv. Their sizes become equal

7A. The viscous force exists when there is a [March 2014]

relative motion between the layers of the fluid.

gases decreases with an increase in

temperature. c) Venturimeter d) Aerofoil (1)

b) Obtain the expression for the terminal

[Imp-2013]

velocity attained by an object falling

through a viscous medium. 9A. (a) When air is blown in between the

c) The speed time graph of a falling two balls, will they

sky diver is shown below. During the attract or repel?

fall he opens his parachute. (1)

Which part of the graph shows the sky diver (b) State the principle

falling with terminal velocity? that explains your

observation. (1)

OR

(c) Using this principle, derive Torricellis

7B. There is always an excess of pressure equation [Speed of Efflux] (3)

inside drops and bubbles. (1+ 3+ 1)

9B. When a thin tube is

a) State true or false: A drop of liquid dipped in water, water

under no external forces is always rises in the tube through a

spherical in shape. height h

b) Obtain an expression for excess of

pressure inside a drop of radius r and a) Name the

surface tension S. phenomenon.

c) Two soap bubbles A and B are blown b) Arrive at an expression for the

at the ends of a tube, as shown below. height of the water rise (h) in the

tube.

c) Will water overflow, if the tube is

cut at level A? Justify your answer.

(1+3+1) [Imp-2013]

Choose the correct answer:

When the block C is removed... 10. A small water drop placed on a lotus leaf

i. The size of A increases and is spherical in shape.

that of B decreases

ii. The size of B increases and a) Define surface tension.

that of A decreases

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b) Why does the small water drop acquire a b) What is the value of the angle of

spherical shape? [March-2013] contact for pure water?

c) Calculate the work done in breaking a

11. A. Three vessels of different shapes are water drop of radius 1mm to 1000

filled with water to the same height h and droplets. Surface tension of

their bottom parts are connected to water = 72 x 10 -3N/m.

[Imp-2012]

manometers measuring the pressure. The OR

water levels in all the vessels remaining the

same. 13B. a) Is pressure in a liquid, scalar or vector.

pressure.

hydraulic lift. [Imp-2012]

a) Reynolds Equation of

b) Predict the pressure level shown by number continuity

the manometers. b) Magnus effect Surface tension

detergent principle

the feet than at the brain. Explain why.

d) a 1 v 1 a 2 v 2 Viscosity

d) Pick the odd one out. Bernoullis

principle

Dentist chair, hydraulic brake, hydraulic

Pressure

press, venture meter. [March 2013]

15. Raindrops falling due to gravity do not

12. The flow of an ideal fluid in a pipe of acquire high velocity.

varying cross section is shown.

a) Define the velocity of the raindrop

when unbalanced force on it is zero.

b) Why do bubbles of air rise up through

water?

c) The terminal velocity of copper ball

of radius 2.0 mm falling through a

tank of oil at 200 C is 6.5cm s-1.

Compute the viscosity of the oil at

200C. Density of oil is 1.5 103kgm-3

a) Differentiate between streamline flow and density of copper is 8.9

turbulent flow. 103kg m-3.

d) Viscosity of gases........with

b) State and prove Bernoullis principle. temperature, whereas viscosity of

liquids .........with temperature

[March 2013]

(increases/decreases). [March 2012]

13A. Surface tension changes with

16A. The rise or fall of a liquid against

temperature.

gravitational force through fine tubes is

a) Hot soup is tastier than cold one. known as capillarity.

Why?

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a) Give an example for capillarity from c) Derive an expression for the capillary

practical life. (1) height of a liquid in a narrow tube.

b) Derive an expression for the capillary

rise through a capillary tube. (2) OR

OR

suspended nearby they approach each other.

Why?

your observation. (1) 19B. If air is blown through the space

b) Use this principle to arrive at between two discs BC and DE shown in the

Torricellis equation. (Velocity of figure, the lower disc DE instead of being

Efflux) (2) [Imp-2011] blown off from BC, will move towards BC.

17. A solid sphere falling through a viscous

explain this phenomenon.

medium attains a constant velocity called

b) A garden hose having an internal

terminal velocity after some time of its

diameter of 2 cm is connected to a

fall. What are the different forces acting

lawn sprinkler that consists of an

on the sphere? Derive an expression for

enclosure with 12 holes, each 0.2 cm

terminal velocity in terms of the

in diameter. If the water in the hose

coefficient of viscosity of the medium.

has a speed does it leave the sprinkler

[March 2011]

holes?

18. a) Hydraulic lift is a device used to lift c) Show that the speed of liquid flowing

heavy loads. State the principle behind the out of a small hole in a tank filled with

working of this device. liquid will be 2gh where h is the

b) The velocity of outflow of a liquid from height of liquid above the hole and g

an open tank is identical to that of a freely is the acceleration due to gravity.

falling body. [ Imp 2010]

i. Name this law and the principle 20. Match the following

behind this law.

Equation of

ii. Derive this law based on this continuity. F ma Hydraulic lift.

principle.

1 1 A2U 2

Pascals law AU Rocket

[March 2011] propulsion.

Newtons

19A. Water does not wet the feathers of ducks. 1 1 PV

PV 2 2

law of Quill tube

A physical quantity called angle of contact motion

determines whether a liquid will spread on the Boyles law F1 F2

surface of a solid or it will form droplets on it.

Venturimeter.

A1 A2

a) Define angle of contact. [March 2010]

b) A wire ring of internal radius 3 cm is 21. Washing with water doesnt remove

rested on the surface of a liquid and is grease stains from clothes but addition of

then raised. An extra pulling force detergent removes the molecules of greasy

equivalent to the weight of 3.03 g is substances.

required before the film breaks than it

is after. Calculate the surface tension a) Which property of a liquid causes the

of the liquid. above effect?

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b) A single drop of liquid is split into 8 drops were to combine to from one

identical drops. What will be the large spherical drop?

excess pressure in each drop? [March-2009]

c) How can the coefficient of viscosity

of a highly viscous liquid the

determined by Stokes method? Chapter -11

[March 2010]

Thermal Properties of Matter

22. a) Explain the terms surface tension and

surface energy. 1. a) Triple point of water is 0.010C.

Express this temperature in Kelvin scale. (1)

b) Show that surface tension is

numerically equal to surface energy. b) How does sea breeze occur? Explain.

(2) [SEPT-2016]

c) Calculate the amount of energy

evolved when eight drops of mercury of 2. A hole is drilled in a copper sheet. The

radius 1mm each, combine to form one diameter of the hole is 4.24 cm at 270C.

drop, (surface tension of mercury is 0.55 What is the change in diameter of the hole

N/m). [ Imp 2009] when the is heated to 2270 C? (2)

measure the atmospheric pressure. 1.7 10-5/0C). [March 2016]

a) If a student places the barometer in a lift, 3. The below graph represents temperature

falling freely under gravity, how the versus heat for water at 1 atm. pressure. [Imp

barometer reading will change. 2015]

b) If the same barometer is placed in a lift

that is ascending with an acceleration f,

how the barometer reading will change.

c) Find an expression for pressure P

at a depth h below the surface of

a liquid of density in a container

moving vertically upwards with

an acceleration f ? What happens

(a) Match the following using the above

to pressure for a free fall of the

graph. (2)

container? [ Imp 2009]

Graph Process State

24. Rain drops are being accelerated while

i) BC a) Melting p) Water

falling through the atmosphere. But they reach

ii) DE b) Sublimation q) Ice

at the surface of the earth with a uniform c) Regelation r)Partially Solid

velocity. and liquid

d) Vapourisation s) Partially liquid

a) What is this velocity called? and vapour

b) Obtain an expression for the excess b) The slopes of AB and CD are different.

pressure inside a rain drop. Why? (1)

c) Draw a neat diagram of an atomiser

(spray gun) and explain the principle 4. A steel beam of length 5m is kept at a

involved in its working. temperature of 200C. On a hot day, the

d) Eight spherical rain drops of equal in temperature rises to 400C. What is the change

size are falling vertically through air in its length due to thermal expansion? (2)

with a uniform speed of 1 ms-1. What

(Coefficient to linear expansion of steel is

would be the uniform speed if these

1.2 x 10-5/0C). [March 2015]

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is 98.60F. What is the corresponding

temperature shown in the Celsius

Temperature Kelvin Celsius Fahrenh-

scale?

scale scale eit scale

b) Specific heat capacity of water is

Steam point 373.15 ........ 212.000F 4186J/kg/K. What do you understand

K by the term, specific heat?

c) A brass tumbler feels much colder

Ice point .......... 0.000C ......... than a wooden tray on a chilly day.

459.690F Why?

Absolute zero 0.00K ........ d) A brass boiler has a base area of

0.15m2 and thickness 1.0 cm. It boils

6. The coefficient of thermal expansion in water at the rate of 6.0 kg/minute

solids are mainly i) Coefficient of Linear when placed on a gas stove. Estimate

Expansion ( ) ii) Coefficient of Area the temperature of the part of the

Expansion ( ) iii) Coefficient of Volume flame in contact with the boiler.

Thermal conductivity of brass = 109

Expansion ( ).

Js-1m-1K-1. Heat of vaporization of

water = 2256 103J kg-1.

a) What is the ratio of , and ? (1)

[March 2012]

b) Invar is used for making pendulum of

clocks. Why? (1) [Imp-2013] 10. Sitha prepared tea for her brother. After

preparing tea the temperature of the tea was

7. There are three distinct modes of heat

800 C. She kept it for 5 minutes and gave to

transfer.

her brother when the temperature reached 500

a) The main mode of transmission of heat C. If the surrounding temperature is 200 C.

by which the sun heats the surface of the earth Calculate the time it takes to cool from 600 C

is: to 300 C. (2)

i) Conduction ii) Convection 11. Water kept in earthern pots gets cooled.

Why? [March 2011]

iii) Radiation iv) None of these

12. The increase in dimensions of a body due

b) Explain briefly, the occurrence of a sea to increase in temperature is called thermal

breeze based on heat transfer. [March-2013] expansion.

8. Heat from the sun reaches earth through a) The ratio among the coefficients of

vacuum. linear expansion, area expansion and

volume expansion is -------

a) Name the mode of heat transfer in the c) Railway lines are laid with gaps to

above case. allow for expansion. If the gap

b) Name the different modes of heat between steel rails 66m long is 3.63

transfer in metals and in liquids? cm 100 C, then at what temperature

c) Aquatic animals are protected in cold will the lines just touch? Coefficient

countries as ice is formed on the of linear expansion for steel is 11

surface of river. How? [Imp-2012] 10-6/0C. [ Imp 2010]

the body. possess the highest specific heat capacity?

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iii. Copper iv. Steel kg -1.K-1, specific latent heat of fusion of ice is

336 103 J kg-1. Latent heat of steam is 2250

b) You are in restaurant waiting for 103 J kg-1 specific heat capacity of water is

your friend and ordered coffee. It has 4200 J kg -1 K-1. [ Imp 2009]

arrived. Do you add sugar in your

friends coffee and then wait for him

or do you add sugar after the arrives?

Explain with respect to the concept Chapter -12

of cooling.

c) Read the statement given in a book Thermodynamics

All thermal conductors also. Do

1. a) What is the difference between

you agree with this statement? If

isothermal and adiabatic processes? (1)

your answer is No, clarify it.

[March 2010] b) Explain Carnots cycle. (2)

14. a) At atmospheric pressure melting of ice c) Write the expression for the efficiency

is 00 C. If the melting point of ice increases by of a Carnot engine. (1) [SEPT-2016]

0.00730C for fall in every one atmosphere

pressure, what will be the melting point of ice 2. a) Heat engine is a device used to

in vacuum. Also mention briefly why water convert........ energy into .......energy. (1)

under ice in polar region of earth is not

freezing. b) Name the four processes taking place

in Carnot cycle. Draw indicator diagram of

b) When you are about to make tea from Carnot cycle. (4) [March 2016]

hot tea and cold milk, your phone is ringing.

Which of the following can be done to keep 3. P-V diagram of a gas is shown in the

the cup of tea hotter when you return after figure. In this figure AB represents isobaric

attending the phone call? process and AD represents isothermal

process. [Imp 2015]

1) Pour hot tea and cold milk in your

cup and leave it to attend phone

call.

2) Mix the two after attending the

call.

below represents a cooling curve.

process. (2)

which the work done is maximum. Give the

reason. (2)

c) Explain the difference between heat and gases obey the ideal gas equation. (2)

temperature. Find out the work done to

[Imp 2015]

convert 10 gram of ice at -50C to steam at

1000C. Specific heat capacity of ice is 2100 J

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5. The variables which determine the (b) During which of the four processes, is

thermodynamic behaviour of a system are work done by the gas?

called thermodynamic variables.

(c) How can you find the total work done

a) Pick out the one which is NOT a during a cycle from the graph?

thermodynamic variable. (1)

(temperature, pressure, work, (d) Calculate the efficiency of the cycle.

volume)

(1+ 1+ 1+ 1) [March 2014]

b) What happens to the internal energy

of a gas during 8. A refrigerator takes a quantity of heat Q

from the cold body, with work done W on it,

i) isothermal expansion? transfers heat to the hot body. (1+2+1)

ii) adiabatic expansion? (2) a) What does the ratio Q/W represent?

c) Gases have two specific heat b) The value of Q/W cannot be infinity.

capacities, Cp and Cv .Why? (1) State the law of thermodynamics that explains

d) Laplace pointed out that when sound this statement.

is propagating through a gaseous

medium, the change is adiabatic. c) It is possible to cool a room by leaving

Show that adiabatic bulk modulus is the door of the electric refrigerator open.

P. (2) [March 2015] Comment on this statement. [Imp-2013]

6. A thermodynamic process characterized

representation of an engine.

by pressure, volume and temperature.

process? Give the equation.

b) Name the four processes in a Carnots

cycle.

c) Draw the P - V diagram for a Carnots a) Which type of engine is this, a heat

cycle. (1+1+1) [Imp-2014] engine or a refrigerator?

7. The figure shows the pressure volume b) Write the four steps of operation in the

relationship of an ideal gas that undergoes a Carnot cycle.

Carnot cycle. The process B to C takes place

at a constant temperature of 1000K and the c) A Carnot engine is working between

process from D to A at a constant temperature temperatures of 270C and 3270C . Find it

of 500K. efficiency ( ). [March-2013]

constant temperature of 300 K are compressed

from the volume of 10 litre to 5 litre.

involved in this process?

b) Calculate the work done required to

compress this gas.

1

(a) Name the process occurring between c) At constant temperature, P

V

i) A and B ii) B and C .Explain it briefly on the basis of

Kinetic theory of Gases.

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per cycle? [ Imp 2010]

11. A heat engine is a device which converts

heat energy into work. 15A. Thermodynamics deals with the concept

of heat and the exchange of heat energy.

a) What is the working substance in an

ideal heat engine? a) Which law of thermodynamics is

b) Draw the Carnot cycle and explain its used to explain the working of heat

working. engine?

c) Calculate the efficiency of an engine b) What are the sink, source and

working between steam point and ice working substances of a domestic

point. Can you design an engine of refrigerator?

100 % efficiency? c) Explain briefly, the operations of a

Carnots engine draw the Carnots

12. A heat engine is a device that converts cycle and deduce the expression for

heat energy into mechanical energy. its efficiency.

a) Briefly explain the working of a heat OR

engine taking Carnot engine as an

ideal engine. (3) 15B. a) Which thermodynamics process is

b) A refrigerator is a reverse heat engine. also called an isoentropic process?

Can we decrease the temperature of a

room by keeping the door of a b) The efficiency of a Carnot engine is

refrigerator opened? Explain. (2) 1

.If one reducing the temperature of the

[Imp-2011] 6

13. a) Isothermal, Isobaric, isochoric and 1

sink by 650C, its efficiency becomes

adiabatic processes are some special 3

thermodynamic processes. In which of these ,find the temperature of the sink and the

processes, the work done is maximum, when source.

a gas expands from V1 to V2?

c) Obtain the expression for the work

b) Which law of thermodynamics implies done during an adiabatic process.

that no heat engine can be 100% efficient?

[March 2010]

c) One mole of an ideal gas expands from

16. Match the following:

volume V1 to volume V2 at a constant

temperature T. Derive an expression for the A B

work done. [March 2011] a) Mayers relation TV 1 = Constant

14. A heat engine is a device which converts b) Isothermal process Cp Cv = R

c) Adiabatic process Lord Kelvin

heat energy into mechanical energy. Carnot

d) Absolute scale of PV = Constant

designed an ideal heat engine which uses an temperature

ideal gas as working substance. V = Constant

a) Draw a graph showing the variation

Cp

of pressure and volume of the Cv

working substance during the [March-2009]

operations of this engine in one cycle.

b) A Carnot engine working between 17A. A thermodynamic process is one in

5270C and 1270 C has a work output of which the thermodynamic variables (P, V, T

800 J per cycle. How much heat is etc.) Change.

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which PV = constant. energy.

b) State and explain first law of b) What do you mean by mean free

thermodynamics. path? Give an equation for the mean

c) Derive an expression for the work free path. (1+ 2) [March 2014]

done in an adiabatic process

6. A gas is made up of hydrogen and oxygen

involving an ideal gas in terms of

molecules. (1+2)

pressure and volume.

a) Which molecules moves faster?

OR

b) Find the ratio of the velocities of

17B. A heat engine is a device which converts hydrogen and oxygen molecules. [Imp-2013]

heat energy into work.

7. Kinetic theory of gases is based on the

a) What is the working substance in an molecular picture of matter.

ideal heat engine?

b) Draw the indicator diagram for the a) Write any two postulates of kinetic

Carnot cycle. Mention the process theory of gases.

involved in the cycle. b) Write short note on:

c) Derive an expression for the

i) Equipartition of energy.

efficiency of a Carnot engine in terms

of source and sink temperatures. ii) Mean free path [March-2013]

[March-2009]

8. The volume temperature graph of a certain

amount of perfect gas at two pressures P1 and

P2 are shown. Which pressure is larger P1 or

P2 ? Give Reason. (2)

Chapter -13

1. What do you understand by the term,

mean free path of molecules? Name the

OR

factors on which it depends. (2)

[SEPT-2016] Absolute zero is the minimum temperature

that can be reached by a system. Explain why

2. Write four postulates of kinetic theory of

temperature below absolute zero is not

gases. (2) [March 2016]

possible. (2) [Imp-2011]

3. No real gas is truly ideal.

9. a) According to the kinetic theory of gases,

a) When does a real gas approach ideal the molecules of a gas are identical and in

gas behaviour? (1) random motion. The collisions made by these

b) Define the law of equipartition of molecules on the walls of the container exert

energy. (1) [March 2015] pressure on the walls.

4. a) Write the ideal gas equation. Deduce an expression for the pressure of an

ideal gas and also find at what temperature the

b) Write any four postulates of the kinetic r.m.s. speed of hydrogen is double its value at

theory of gases. (1 + 2) [Imp-2014] STP.

gas molecules are always in random motion.

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b) For a gas r = and R is the universal

2 Kinetic energy of a simple pendulum is SHM

gas constant, find the values of CP and CV. with its position. (1) [SEPT-2016]

example for simple harmonic motion.

10. Two vessels of the same size are at the

same temperature. One of them contains 1 kg a) What do you mean by simple

0f hydrogen (molecular weight 2) and the harmonic motion? (2 +2)

other contains 1 kg of nitrogen (molecular b) The acceleration due to gravity on

weight 28). the surface of the moon is 1.7 m/s2

What is the time period of a simple

a) Which of the vessels contains more pendulum on the moon, if its time

molecules? period on the earth is 3.5 second?

b) In which vessel is the average [March 2016]

molecular speed greater? How many

times greater? 3. a) Write the mathematical expression for

c) Which of the vessels is at higher the time period of simple pendulum. Derive

pressure? Why? [ Imp 2010] it. (3)

11. a) State the law of equipartition of b) The time period of a simple pendulum

energy. of length L as measured in a lift descending

with the acceleration g/3 m/s2 is .

b) A sudden expansion or compression is

considered as an adiabatic process as there

will be no time sufficient for exchanging the

heat generated to the surroundings. Now if a

gas is comprised to half its volume first

rapidly and then slowly, in which case the [Imp 2015]

work done will be greater.

4. a) A particle executing SHM is an example

c) The root mean square velocity of of .................. (1)

molecules of a gads depends on temperature

only. Find the temperature at which r.m.s. i) acceleration of constant magnitude

velocity of a gas at 00C will get doubled. and direction.

magnitude and direction.

Chapter -14 magnitude but constant direction.

Oscillations

magnitude but changing direction.

1. a) Define Simple Harmonic motion

b) List any two conditions for a motion of

(SHM). (1)

a body to be simple harmonic. (2)

b) For a SHM, time period T=2s. If

c) An SHM is given by

displacement from the mean position is 10

cm, calculate the instantaneous acceleration. x 8sin 10 t / 4 m .At which position

(2) will its kinetic energy become equal to its

potential energy? (2) [March 2015]

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apparatus experiment in a laboratory at a from Y to X, some of this energy is

certain height, you can hear maximum sound converted to ............energy.

Throughout the swing from Y to Z

a) Name the physical concept behind it. and back to Y, the total energy is

b) Explain with diagrams, the normal ........... (4 x =2)

modes of vibration in the case of air

in an open tube. b) What is the acceleration of the bob

c) Open pipes are preferred to closed when it is at X? (1)

ones in musical instruments. Why? c) What are damped oscillations? (1)

(1+3+1) [March 2014]

OR

7. Simple pendulum is an example for a

5B. Time period of a particle in simple harmonic oscillator. (1+1+1)

harmonic motion (SHM) depends on the force

constant K and mass m of the particle. a) Define Simple Harmonic Motion.

a) A simple pendulum executes SHM b) What is the expression for the period of

approximately. Why them is the time oscillation of a simple pendulum?

period of a simple pendulum c) A girl is swinging on a swing in the sitting

independent of the mass of the

position. How will the period of swing be

pendulum?

affected if she stands up? [Imp-2013]

b) A man with wristwatch on his hand

falls from the top of a tower. Does the 8. The motion represent by the equation

watch give the correct time during the y t ACos(t ) is called simple

free fall? Why?

harmonic motion (SHM).

c) What is the frequency of a simple

pendulum mounted in a cabin that is a) Which one of the following examples

freely falling under gravity? closely represents SHM? Substantiate your

answer.

(2+ 1+ 2) [Imp-2014]

i) The rotation of the earth about it axis.

6. A simple pendulum starts with its bob at

position X, shown in the figure. The bob is ii) Oscillations of a swing.

pulled aside to Y and then released. It swings

from Y to Z and back to Y. b) A vibrating simple pendulum of period T

is placed in a lift which is accelerating

downwards. What is the effect of this on the

time period of the pendulum?

oscillating particle varies with time t (in sec)

according to the equation.

y 2Cos(0.5 t / 3)

a) Take suitable words from the bracket Find the amplitude and period of the particle.

and fill in the gaps.

[March-2013]

(Potential, constant, kinetic, different,

work, resonance) 9A. Represent Simple Harmonic Motion

graphically.

To move the bob from X to Y,

.........has to be done on it and its

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representing Simple Harmonic

Motion.

R=8.3 Jmol- CP 7 CV = .....

b) Name two examples for simple 1 -1 r

K CV 5

harmonic motion.

c) A spring with spring constant 1200

N/m is mounted on a horizontal table F(t)=20Sin(16t Frequency f= =0.3

+0.3)

as

Energy=[ML2 Frequency= Planks

T-2] [T-1 ] Constant

=

the free end of the spring. The mass is Oscillation Oscillation Oscillation

then pulled sideways to a distance of =................. k b2 = d

2 cm and released. m 4m 2

[Imp-2011]

Determine:

12A. The amplitude of oscillation of a simple

i. Frequency of Oscillations. pendulum oscillating in air decreases

ii. Maximum acceleration of the continuously. This is because of damping. If

mass. [Imp-2012] the damping force is proportional to the

OR velocity of the oscillator, derive an expression

for its frequency. ( 3)

9B. a) What is a seconds pendulum?

OR

b) Time period of a particle in SHM is

m 12B. Two spring of force constant K1 and

T 2 . A simple pendulum

K2 are connected to a mass m placed on a

k

executes SHM approximately. Why then horizontal frictionless surface as shown in the

the period of pendulum is independent of figure. Derive an expression for the time

mass? period of the horizontal oscillation of the

system. (3)

c) What is the frequency of oscillation of

a simple pendulum mounted in a cabin that is

freely falling under gravity? [Imp-2012]

harmonic motion. [Imp-2011]

harmonic motion?

a) The total energy of a body is equal to

b) Derive an expression for period of

oscillation of a loaded spring. the work it can do in being brought to

rest.

c) A body oscillate with

b) A block of wood is floating in water

S.H.M.is given by x 5Cos 2 t its apparent weight is zero.

4 c) Greater the mass of the pendulum bob

calculate the displacement at time, shorter is its frequency of oscillation.

t=1.5s [March 2012] d) The location of centre of mass of a

system is independent of the frame of

reference used to locate it

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position is its kinetic energy

14. a) A simple pendulum is an object equal to its potential energy?

suspended by a weightless and inextensible ii. At what points is its speed half the

string fixed rigidly to a support. maximum speed?

i. Under what conditions for the [March 2010]

amplitude, are the oscillations of the 17. a) A particle of mass m (bob), suspended

pendulum simple harmonic? from one end of and in extensible string on

ii. The period of oscillation of pendulum negligible mass from a rigid support, form a

is T. What will be the period if the simple pendulum. If T is period of oscillation

pendulum is suspended in a lift of a simple pendulum show that the time taken

moving down with acceleration equal by the bob to go directly from its mean

to g/3. position to half the amplitude is T/12.

b) A particle executing SHM possess both b) Arrive at an expression for the period of

potential energy and kinetic energy. During oscillations of a simple pendulum. Using the

the oscillation, the total energy remains result explaining whether three students,

constant. If A is the amplitude of oscillation finding the period of oscillations of simple

of the particle, pendulums of same length but with bobs of

different masses will get the same value for

i. Show graphically, the variation of

period of oscillations or not.

potential energy and kinetic energy

with displacement. c) Explain what happens to the period of

ii. At what displacement are these oscillation, if the point of suspension of the

energies equal? simple pendulum.

[March 2011]

i. Moves vertically upwards with an

15. The amplitude of a simple harmonic acceleration f.

oscillation is doubled. What change will you ii. Moves downwards vertically with

observe in the following physical quantities of acceleration less than the acceleration

the oscillator? due to gravity.

a) Period iii. Falls freely under gravity.

b) Maximum velocity iv. Moves horizontally with an

acceleration f.

c) Maximum acceleration

d) Total energy. [ Imp 2010] v. Is taken to a high equal to the radius

of earth (experiment to find the period

16. The motions that repeat themselves are of oscillations is done at height equal

called periodic motions but for a simple to the radius of earth).

harmonic motion, the force must be [ Imp 2009]

proportional to the displacement and it is

directed towards the centre of motion. 18. Ramu tied a spherical pot with a string

and suspended on a clamp. He then filled it

a) Write an example for a periodic with water. Length of the string is 90 cm and

motion that is not a simple harmonic. radius of the pot is 10 cm. He then slightly

b) Write the expression for a period of displaced the pot to one side and made it to

oscillation of : oscillate.

i. A loaded spring

ii. A simple pendulum a) Name the system to which the above

system is identical.

c) A particle executes a SHM of

amplitude a. b) Calculate the period of oscillation of

pot.

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bottom of the pot, so that there is a

steady leakage of water and found iii) Newtons law of cooling

that the period of oscillation iv) Resonance (1)

increases. But, when the water is

completely drained out, the period b) Obtain a general expression for the

suddenly decreased to the original apparent frequency of the siren as heard by the

value. Give reasons for the above boy. (3)

variations. [March -2009]

4. Fill in the blanks. (3)

Waves 1 2 Angular

Frequency v ....= frequency

T

1. A woman is travelling in a 2

T

car at a speed of 25 m/s. She is moving

away from a source producing a sound of Two strings A and Fixed Number of

512Hz. B are vibrating frequency beats

together. of string B increasing

a) Calculate the frequency of sound Frequency of = ........Hz from 6 per

heard by her. (speed of sound in air = string A second.

340 m/s) decreasing from

(1) 324Hz

b) Name the phenomenon that explains

this variation in frequency. [March 2015]

(1) 5. A transverse harmonic wave on a string is

c) Draw the second harmonic of an

described by

open pipe (both end open). Mark

node and an antinode in the figure.

y x, t 3.0sin 36t 0.018 / 4

(2) [SEPT-2016] Where x and y are in centimetres and t in

seconds. The positive direction of x is from

2. In resonance column experiment, we can left to right. (1+1+2)

hear maximum sound at a certain height.

This is due to the phenomenon of a) Is this a travelling wave or a

resonance. (2+2) stationary wave?

b) If it is travelling, what is the speed

a) Show that for a pipe closed at one and direction of its propagation/

end, the frequencies are in the ratio c) What is its amplitude and frequency?

v1 : v2 : v3 1: 3: 5.

d) What is the initial phase at the origin?

b) Open pipes are preferred to closed

pipes in musical instruments. Why? [Imp-2014]

[March 2016]

6. The equation for a wave is given below.

3. The pitch of the siren of a fire engine y A Sin( kx t ) . (1+ 1+ 2)

increases as it approaches a boy standing at

bus stop. [Imp 2015] a) It is a travelling or stationary wave?

b) Draw the stationary waves in a

a) The phenomenon behind it, is due

stretched string in the second

to..

harmonic.

i) Doppler effect

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c) Show that the fundamental frequency three harmonics are in the ratio of

of an open pipe is twice the v 1 : v 2 : v 3 =1 : 3: 5.

fundamental frequency of a closed of c) Open pipes are preferred to

the same length. closed ones in musical instruments.

[March 2014] why? [March 2012]

7. A sound travelling along a string is 11. In a Laboratory Raju uses a tuning fork in

described by y = 0.005 sin (80.0 x -3.0 t). resonance column experiment.

tuning fork in this case?

i) Amplitude (1) ii) Wavelength (1) b) Mention any four characteristics of

b) Where will a man hear a louder sound in these waves. [Imp-2011]

the case of stationary wave (node or 12. a) Wave motion is a propagation of energy

antinode)? Why? (1) [Imp-2013] through a material medium due to repeated

8. A student plucks at the centre of a stretched periodic motion.

string and observes the wave pattern i. Transverse waves cannot be

produced. propagated through gases. Why?

a) What type of wave is produced in the ii. What was the condition assumed by

string? Laplace in correcting Newtons

equation for the velocity of sound in

b) Plot the above wave pattern pictorially. a gas? Write the Newtons-Laplace

Label the nodes and antinodes on the pattern. equation.

is in between a listener and a wall. If the

9. A transverse harmonic wave on a string is source is moving towards the wall with a

described by velocity of 5 ms-1, how many beats per second

will be heard if the sound travels with a speed

Y ( x, t ) 3.0 sin(36t 0.018 x ) , where of 330ms-1? [March 2011]

4

x and y are3 in centimetres and t in seconds. 13. A flute is an example of an open pipe.

The positive direction of x is from left to right.

a) Sketch the pattern of wave forms of

a) Is it is travelling or stationary wave? the first two harmonics formed in an

b) What are its amplitude and open pipe.

frequency? b) Show that in an open pipe the

c) What is the initial phase at the origin? frequencies of the first three

d) If it is a travelling wave, what are the harmonics are in the ration 1:2:3

speed and direction of its

propagation? [Imp-2012] [ Imp 2010]

10. While conducting a resonance column 14. a) Depending on the direction of the

experiment in the laboratory, you can hear the displacement caused in the medium and that

maximum sound at a certain height. of direction of propagation, we can have

transverse and longitudinal waves in solids.

a) Explain the phenomenon of But we can have only longitudinal waves in

sound. fluids. Why?

b) Show that in a closed pipe at one

end, the frequencies of the first b) For a passenger standing in a railway

station, the frequencies of the whistle of the

train differ as it approaches and moves away

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due to the relative motion of the source or

observer is called Doppler effect. Find a

general expression for the apparent frequency.

Using this expression explain the variation of

frequency.

and listener is stationary.

ii. When listener is moving and the

source is stationary.

of an engine changes in the ratio 5:4 as the

engine passes a man at rest in the railway

station, find the velocity of the train. (The

velocity of sound is 340 m/second.)

its siren. A man standing on the platform

observes a change in frequency of the sound

produced.

b) Write down the expression for the

apparent frequency heard by a

stationary observer when the source

is approaching him with a velocity

u.

c) Write the general expression for a

plane progressive wave.

d) Distinguish between transverse and

longitudinal waves. Give one

example for each.

[March-2009]

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