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 5. A monoatomic gas is taken along path AB as
1. Force(F) and density(d) are related as F =
 d shown. Calculate change in internal energy of
system :-

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then dimension of  are
(1) [M3/2 L–1/2 T–2]

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(2) [M3/2 L1/2 T2]
(3) [M3/2 L–1/2 T2] 250 A
(4) [M–3/2 L–1/2 T2]

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2. The force acting on a body moving along x-axis
varies with the position of the particle as shown 100 B
in the figure. The body is in stable equilibrium P
at :- 200 500 (kPa)

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F (1) 279.8 J (2) 341 J
(3) 241 J (4) None of these
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6. The internal and external radii of a hollow cylinder
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are measured with the help of a vernier callipers.
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x1 x2
Their values are (4.23  0.01) cm and
(1) x = x1 (2) x = x2 (3.87  0.01)cm, respectively. The thickness of
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## (3) both x1 and x2 (4) neither x1 nor x2

the wall of the cylinder is :
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## 3. A sphere is released from rest on the incline

(1) (0.36  0.02) cm (2) (0.18  0.02) cm
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having friction coefficient tan  :- (3) (0.36  0.01) cm (4) (0.18  0.01) cm
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7. A small body of mass m slides without friction
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## (1) it will start pure rolling

released from the top of a hemisphere of radius
(2) it will make pure translation motion
(3) it will start rolling with slipping R. At what height below the top the body be
(4) the angular momentum of the sphere about its detached from the surface of hemisphere?
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## centre will remain constnat

4. A wind with speed 40 m/s blows parallel to the
h
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## roof of a house. The area of the roof is 250 m2.

Assuming that the pressure inside the house is
atmospheric pressure, the force exerted by the R
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## wind on the roof and the direction of the force will

be :
(air = 1.2 kg/m3)
(1) 4.8 × 105 N, upwards R
(1) h = R (2) h =
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## (2) 2.4 × 105 N, upwards 3

(3) 2.4 × 105 N, downwards
(4) 4.8 × 105 N, downwards R 2R
(3) h = (4) h =
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8. A rigid body rotates about a fixed axis with 13. A solid sphere of radius R has moment of inertia

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variable angular velocity equal to –t, where I about its geometrical axis. It is melted into a disc
t is time and , are constants. The angle of radius r and thickness t. If it's moment of inertia

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(in radian) through which it rotates before its
about the tangential axis (which is perpendicular
stops:-
to plane of the disc), is also equal to I, then the

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2  2  2 value of r is equal to :-
(1) (2)
2 2

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2 2
  (  )
(3) (4) r
2 2
9. The area of cross section of the wides tube shown

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in the figure is 800 cm2. If a mass of 12 kg is
placed on the massless piston, the difference in
the heights h in the level of water in two tubes: 2 2
(1) R (2) R
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h 12kg 3 3
(3) R (4) R
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14. A small quantity, mass m, of water at a
temperature  (in °C) is poured on to a large mass
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(1) 10 m (2) 6 cm (3) 15 cm (4) 2 cm M of ice which is at its melting point. If c is the
10. A heavy rope is suspended from a rigid support. specific heat of water and L the latent heat of
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A transverse wave pulse is set up at the lower end, fusion of ice, then the mass of ice melted is given
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then : by :-
(1) the pulse will travel with uniform speed
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ML mc
(2) the pulse will travel with increasing speed (1) (2)
mc ML
(3) the pulse will travel with decreasing speed
Mc mc
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(4) the pulse cannot travel through the rope (3) (4)
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11. The ratio of maximum and minimum magnitudes
 15. For a certain organ pipe three successive

of the resultant of two vector a and b is 3 : 1. resonance frequencies are observed at 425 Hz,

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## Now | a | is equal to : 595 Hz and 765 Hz respectively. If the speed of

  sound in air is 340 m/s, then the length of the pipe
(1) | b | (2) 2 | b |
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is:
 
(3) 3 | b | (4) 4 | b | (1) 2.0 m (2) 0.4 m (3) 1.0 m (4) 0.2 m
 
12. A stone tied to a string of length  is whirled in Given : A  2iˆ  pjˆ  qkˆ and B  5iˆ  7 ˆj  3kˆ ,
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a vertical circle. At an instant the stone is at the
 
lowest position and has speed u. The magnitude if A || B , then the values of p and q are,
of the change in velocity as it reaches a position
respectively.
where the string is horizontal will be :-
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14 6 14 6
(1) u 2  2g (2) 2g (1) and (2) and
5 5 3 5
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(3) and (4) and
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17. Power supplied to a particle of mass 2 kg varies 23. Two metallic spheres each of mass M are

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3t 2 suspended by two strings each of length L. The
with time as P = W. Here, t is in second. If distance between the upper ends of strings is L.

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velocity of particle at t = 0 is v = 0. The velocity The angle which the strings will make with the
of particle at time t = 2s will be :- vertical due to mutual attraction of the spheres is:-

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(1) 1 m/s (2) 4 m/s
1  GM  1  GM 
(1) tan   (2) tan  

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(3) 2 m/s (4) 2 2 m / s  gL   2gL 

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18. A satellite is in a circular equatorial orbit of radius
7000 km around the Earth. If it is transferred to 1  GM  1  2GM 
(3) tan  2  (4) tan  2 
a circular orbit of double the radius then its angular  gL   gL 
momentum will be :- 24. One mole of an ideal monoatomic gas at

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temperature T0 expands slowly according to law
P= kV (k is constant). If final temperature is 2T0
r heat supplied to gas is :-

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2r (1) 2 RT0 (2) 3/2 RT0 (3) RT0 (4) RT0/2
25. A train is moving with a constant speed along a
large circular track. The engine of the train emits
(1) Increases (2) Decreases
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(3) Remain unchanged (4) None of these a sound of frequency f. The frequency heard by
19. Ideal mono-atomic gas is taken through process the guard at rear end of the train :
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such that dQ= 3dU. The molar heat capacity for (1) is less than f
this process is :- (2) is greater than f
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## (1) 3 R (2) 4.5 R (3) 4 R (4) 2 R

(3) is equal to f
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## 20. A sonometer wire resonates with a given tuning

(4) may be greater than, less than or equal to f
fork forming standing waves with five antinodes
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between the two bridges when a mass of 9 kg is depending on the factors like speed of train,
suspended from the wire. When this mass is length of train and radius of circular track
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replaced by a mass M, the wire resonates with the 26. A body starts from rest with uniform acceleration
same tuning fork forming three antinodes for the a, its velocity after n seconds is v. The
same positions of the bridges. The value of M is: displacement of the body in last 3 s is : (assume
(1) 25 kg (2) 5 kg total time of journey from 0 to n seconds) :-
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## (3) 12.5 kg (4) 1/25 kg

v(6n  9) 2v(6n  9)
21. A wheel of radius 1 m rolls forward half a (1) (2)
2n n
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## revolution on a horizontal ground. The magnitude

of the displacement of the point of the wheel 2v(2n  1) 2v(n  1)
initially in contact with the ground is :- (3) (4)
n n
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(1) 2 (2) 2 (3) 2  4 (4)  27. One projectile moving with velocity v in space,
22. When a bus suddenly take a turn, the passengers gets burst into 2 parts of masses in the ratio
are thrown outwards because of :- 1 : 3. The smaller part becomes stationary. What
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## (1) speed of motion is the velocity of the other part ?

(2) inertia of motion
4v 3v
(3) acceleration of motion (1) 4v (2) v (3) (4)
3 4
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28. If due to air drag, the orbital radius of satellite 33. Suppose the gravitational force varies inversely

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decreases from R to R – R,R <<R, then the as the nth power of distance. Then the time period
expression for change in orbital velocity v is of a planet in circular orbit of radius R around the

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sun will be proportional to :-
[mass of earth M] :-
 n 1   n 1   n 2 
(1)  2 
  (2)  2 
  (3) Rn (4)  2 
 
R GM R GM R R R

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(1) (2)  34. One mole of ideal gas goes through process
2 R3 2 R3
P= 2V2/(1+V2) Pa then change in temperature of

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GM GM gas when volume changes from V= 1m3 to 2 m3

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(3) R (4) R
R3 R3 is:-
29. Relation between U, P and V for ideal gas is 4 11
(1)  K (2)  K
U= 2+2PV then gas is :- 5R 5R

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(1) monoatomic 5
(3)  K (4) 2K
(2) diatomic 2R
(3) polyatomic 35. Maximum speed of a particle in simple harmonic
motion is vmax. Then average speed of a particle
(4) mixture of monoatomic and diatomic

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in one complete oscillation is equal to :
30. A travelling wave is partly reflected and partly
transmitted from a rigid boundary. Let ai, ar and v max v max  v max 2v max
(1) (2) (3) (4)
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at be the amplitude of incident wave, reflected
36. A block of mass 4 kg is placed on a rough
wave and transmitted wave and Ii, Ir and It be the horizontal plane A time dependent force F = kt2
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corresponding intensities. Then choose the correct acts on the block, where k = 2N/s2. Coefficient
alternatives : of friction  = 0.8. Force of friction between block
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## 2 2 and the plane at t = 2s is :-

Ii  a i  Ii  a i 
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## (1)   (2)   (1) 8 N (2) 4 N (3) 2 N (4) 32 N

Ir  a r  It  at  37. From a circular disc of radius R, a square is cut
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out with a radius as its diagonal. The center of
Ir  a r  mass of remainder part is at a distance (from the
(3)   (4) All of these
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It  at  centre):-
31. A particle moves along a straight line OX. At a
time t (in seconds) the distance x (in metres) of
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## the particle from O is given by x = 40 + 12t – t3

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How much will the particle travel before coming
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to rest ?
(1) 24 m (2) 40 m (3) 12 m (4) 16 m R R
(1) (2)
32. In a gravity free space, a man of mass M standing (4  2) 2
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## at a height h above the floor, throws a ball of mass R R

(3) (4)
m straight down with a speed u. When the ball (  2) (2  2)
reaches the floor, the distance of the man above 38. Water rise in a capillary upto an extension height
the floor will be :- such that upward force of surface tension balances
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## the force of 75 × 10–4N due to weight of water.

 m  M If surface tension of water is 12 × 10–2N/m. The
(1) h 1   (2) 1   h
 M  m internal circumference of the capillary must be :
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## (1) 12.5 × 10–2 m (2) 6.5 × 10–2 m

m
(3) h (4) h (3) 1.25 × 10–2 m (4) 6.25 × 10–2 m
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39. A gas taken through cyclic process ABCA is 43. The following four wires are made of same

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shown in figure. If 2.4cal. of heat is given in the material. Which one will have the largest
process, what is value of J(mechanical equivalent elongation when subjected to the same tension ?

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of heat)? (1) Length 500 cm, diameter 0.05 mm
(2) Length 200 cm, diameter 0.02 mm

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(3) Length 300 cm, diameter 0.03 mm
V (4) Length 400 cm, diameter 0.01 mm

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700cc 44. Calculate heat given to gas during process ABA
in figure :-

500cc A B
V in

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cc
300
100kPa 200kPa P
A B

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(1) 4.17 J/cal (2) 4.4 J/cal RI
(3) 4.1 J/cal (4) None of these
100 300 P in kPa
40. The displacement time equation of a particle
executing SHM is : x = A sin (t + ). At time
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## t = 0 position of the particle is x = A/2 and it is (1) 3.14 J (2) 314 J

moving along negative x-direction. Then the angle (3) 31.4 J (4) None of these
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##  can be : 45. A mass m = 8 kg is attahced to a spring as shown

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(1) /6 (2) /3 in figure and held in position so that the spring
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## (3) 2/3 (4) 5/6 remains unstretched. The spring constant is

41. A rope of length L and mass M is hanging from 200 N/m. The mass m is then released and begins
to undergo small oscillations. The maximum
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## a rigid support.The tension in the rope at a distance

x from the rigid support is :- velocity of the mass will be : (g = 10 m/s2)

 Lx
 Mg
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(1) Mg (2) 
 L 
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 L  x
(3)   Mg (4) Mg
 Lx L
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## 42. A weightless thread can bear a tension upto

3.7 kg-wt. A stone of mass 500 g is tied to it and m
revolved in a circular path of radius 4 m in a
vertical plane. If g = 10 ms–2, then the maximum
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