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1. In an experiment four quantities a, b, c and d are measured with percentage error 1%, 2%, 3% and 4%
respectively. Quantity P is calculated as follows :
a 3b2
P= % error in P is
cd
(A) 14% (B) 10% (C) 7% (D) 4%
1. (A)
a 3b2
1. Given that: P =
cd
⎛ ∆a ⎞
error contributed by a = 3 × ⎜⎜ ×100⎟⎟⎟
⎜⎝ a ⎠
= 3 × 1%
= 3%
⎛ ∆b ⎞
error contributed by b = 2 × ⎜⎜ ×100⎟⎟⎟
⎜⎝ b ⎠
= 2 × 2%
= 4%
⎛ ∆c ⎞
error contributed by c = ⎜⎜ ×100⎟⎟⎟ = 3%
⎜⎝ c ⎠
⎛ ∆d ⎞
error contributed by d = ⎜⎜ ×100⎟⎟⎟ = 4%
⎜⎝ d ⎠
∴ Percentage error in P is given as,
∆p
×100 =(error contributed by a)+(error contributed by b)+(error contributed by c)+(error contributed by d)
p
= 3% + 4% + 3% + 4%
= 14%

2. The velocity of a projectile at the initial point A is ( 2iˆ + 3jˆ) m/s. Its velocity (in m/s) at point B is
Y

B
A X

(A) − 2iˆ − 3jˆ (B) − 2iˆ + 3j (C) 2iˆ − 3jˆ (D) 2iˆ + 3j
2. (C)
2.
3jˆ

2iˆ
2iˆ − 3jˆ

Horizontal (X) component remains the same while the vertical (Y) component changes.
Therefore, velocity at B = (2iˆ − 3jˆ) m/s

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3. A stone falls freely under gravity. It covers distances h1, h2 and h3 in the first 5 seconds, the next 5 seconds
and the next 5 seconds respectively. The relation between h1, h2 and h3 is
h h
(A) h1 = 2h2 = 3h3 (B) h1 = 2 = 3 (C) h2 = 3h1 and h3 = 3h2 (D) h1 = h2 = h3
3 5
3. (B)
3. At point A, u = 0 A u=0
h1 t = 5s
1 1
∴ h1 = gt2 = × 10 × 25 h2
B
2 2 t = 5s
C
∴ h1 = 125 m
h3 t = 5s
Now, v = u + gt = 0 + 10(5) D
∴ v = 50 m/s
At point B, final velocity from A to B = initial velocity at B
1
∴ h2 = ut + gt2 = 50 × 5 + × 10 × 25
2
Now, h2 = 375 m
v = u + gt = 50 + 10(5)
∴ v = 100 m/s
Similarly, At point C, we get,
h3 = 625 m
∴ h1 : h2 : h3 = 125 : 375 : 625
=1:3:5
h h
i.e., h1 = 2 = 3
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4. Three blocks with masses m, 2m and 3m are connected by strings, as shown in the figure. After an upward
force F is applied on block m, the masses move upward at constant speed v. What is the net force on the
block of mass 2 m? (g is the acceleration due to gravity)
F v
m

2m

3m
(A) Zero (B) 2 mg (C) 3 mg (D) 6 mg
4. (A)
4. Since all three blocks are moving up with a constant speed v, acceleration a is zero.
We know, F = ma
∴ F = 0 [∵ a = 0] ∴ net force is zero.

5. The upper half of an inclined plane of inclination θ is perfectly smooth while lower half is rough. A block
starting from rest at the top of the plane will again come to rest at the bottom, if the coefficient of friction
between the block and lower half of the plane is given by
1 2
(A) µ = (B) µ = (C) µ = 2 tan θ (D) µ = tan θ
tan θ tan θ
5. (C)
5. We know that, v2 = u2 + 2as ….(1)
L
Now, initial velocity at midpoint u = 2g sin θ
2
And final velocity for the lower half = v = 0
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L
At lower half acceleration = g sin θ − µg cos θ and s =
2 L/2
∴ From equation (1),
L L
02 − 2g sin θ = 2[g sin θ − µg cos θ] × L/2
2 2
θ
L
∴ − 2g sin θ = gL sin θ − µgL cos θ
2
∴ 2gL sin θ = µgL cos θ
∴ µ = 2 tan θ

6. A uniform force of (3iˆ + ˆj) newton acts on a particle of mass 2 kg. Hence the particle is displaced from

position ( 2iˆ + kˆ ) metre to position ( 4iˆ + 3jˆ − kˆ )  metre. The work done by the force on the particle is
(A) 9J (B) 6J (C) 13 J (D) 15 J
6. (A)

6. F = (3iˆ + ˆj)
→ ⎛ → →⎞
S = ⎜⎜⎜r2 − r1 ⎟⎟⎟ = ⎡⎢ 2iˆ + 3jˆ − 2kˆ ⎤⎥
⎝ ⎠ ⎣ ⎦
We know,
→ →
W= F ⋅ S
( )
= 3iˆ + ˆj ⎡⎢ 2iˆ + 3jˆ − 2kˆ ⎤⎥
⎣ ⎦
=6+3+0
∴ W=9J

7. An explosion breaks a rock into three parts in a horizontal plane. Two of them go off at right angles to each
other. The first part of mass 1 kg moves with a speed of 12 ms–1 and the second part of mass 2 kg moves
with 8 ms–1 speed. If the third part flies off with 4 ms–1 speed, then its mass is
(A) 3 kg (B) 5 kg (C) 7 kg (D) 17 kg
7. (B)
7. From law of conservation of momentum,
→ → →
P1 + P2 + P3 = 0
→ →
Let P1 and P2 go off at right angles to each other.

∴ P3 = P12 + P22

∴ m3 × 4 = (1×12) 2 + (2×8) 2

= 122 +162
= 20
20
∴ m3 =
4
∴ m3 = 5 kg
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8. A rod PQ of mass M and length L is hinged at end P. The rod is kept horizontal by a massless string tied to
point Q as shown in figure. When string is cut, the initial angular acceleration of the rod is

P
Q
L
3g g 2g 2g
(A) (B) (C) (D)
2L L L 3L
8. (A)
8. For the rod PQ,
ML2 L
α=T× L/2
3 2 P Q
Now, T = Mg
Mg
ML2 L
∴ α = Mg ×
3 2
3g
α=
2L

9. A small object of uniform density rolls up a curved surface with an initial velocity v′. It reaches up to a
3v 2
maximum height of with respect to the initial position. The object is
4g
(A) Ring (B) Solid sphere (C) Hollow sphere (D) Disc
9. (D)
9. Velocity of the small object is given as,
2gh
v =
k2
1+ 2
r
2g 3v 2
v2 =
⎛ k2 ⎞
4g ⎜⎜1+ 2 ⎟⎟⎟
⎜⎝ r ⎠⎟

k2 3
∴ 1+ 2
=
r 2
1 2
∴ k2 = r
2
I
But k =
M
I 1
∴ = r2
M 2
1 2
∴ I= Mr → disc
2
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10. A body of mass 'm' taken from the earth's surface to the height equal to twice the radius (R) of the earth.
The change in potential energy of body will be
2 1
(A) mg2R (B) mgR (C) 3mgR (D) mgR
3 3
10. (B)
10. The change in potential energy is given as,
∆U = Uf − Ui
− GMm − GMm
= −
R + 2R R
GMm ⎡ 1 ⎤
= ⎢1− ⎥
R ⎢⎣ 3 ⎥⎦
2 GMm
=
3 R
2 GMm×R
=
3 R2
2 ⎛ GM ⎞
= ⎜⎜ 2 ⎟⎟⎟ mR
3 ⎜⎝ R ⎠
2
∴ ∆U = mgR
3
11. Infinite number of bodies, each of mass 2 kg are situated on x-axis at distance 1 m, 2 m, 4 m, 8 m, .....
respectively, from the origin. The resulting gravitational potential due to this system at the origin will be
8 4
(A) − G (B) − G (C) − G (D) − 4G
3 3
11. (D)
11. Gravitational potential is given as,
−GM
V=
R
⎡1 1 1 1 ⎤ ⎡ 1 1 1 ⎤ 1
∴ V = − GM ⎢ + + + + .... +∞⎥ = − G × 2 ⎢1+ + 2 + 3 + .... +∞⎥ = − 2G
⎢⎣1 2 4 8 ⎥⎦ ⎢⎣ 2 2 2 ⎥⎦ ⎛ 1 ⎞⎟
⎜⎜1− ⎟
⎜⎝ 2 ⎠⎟
∴ V = − 4G
12. The following four wires are made of the same material. Which of these will have the largest extension
when the same tension is applied?
(A) Length = 50 cm, diameter = 0.5 mm (B) Length = 100 cm, diameter = 1 mm
(C) Length = 200 cm, diameter = 2 mm (D) Length = 300 cm, diameter = 3 mm
12. (A)
12. Young’s Modulus for a wire is given as,
Mg L
Y=
∆L A
Mg L
∴ ∆L =
YA
L
∴ ∆L ∝
A
⎛L⎞
Now, ⎜ ⎟ is maximum for L= 50cm and diameter = 0.5 mm.
⎝A⎠
Hence, option (A) is correct.
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## 13. The wettability of a surface by a liquid depends primarily on

(A) Viscosity (B) Surface tension
(C) Density (D) Angle of contact between the surface and the liquid
13. (D)
13. The wettability of a surface of liquid depends on angle of contact between surface and liquid.
14. The molar specific heats of an ideal gas at constant pressure and volume are denoted by Cp and Cv
respectively. If C and R is the universal gas constant, then Cv is equal to
1+ γ R (γ −1)
(A) (B) (C) (D) γR
1− γ (γ −1) R
14. (B)
14. Difference between two molar specific heat is given as,
CP − Cv = R
Cp Cv R
∴ − =
Cv Cv Cv
R
∴ γ−1=
Cv
R
∴ Cv =
γ −1

15. A piece of iron is heated in a flame. It first becomes dull red then becomes reddish yellow and finally turns
to white hot. The correct explanation for the above observation is possible by using
(A) Stefan's Law
(B) Wien's displacement Law
(C) Kirchoff's Law
(D) Newton's Law of cooling
15. (B)
15. From Wien’s displacement law,
1
λm ∝
T
∴ λm T = constant
16. A gas is taken through the cycle A → B → C → A, as shown. What is the net work done by the gas?
P(105 Pa)
7
6 B
5
4
3 A
2 C
1
0 V (10−3 m3)
2 4 6 8
(A) 2000 J (B) 1000 J (C) Zero (D) − 2000 J
16. (B)
16. We know,
Work done = Area under P − V curve.
1
= × 5 × 10−3 × 4 × 105
2
= 10 × 102
∴ W = 1000 J
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17. During an adiabatic process, the pressure of a gas is found to be proportional to the cube of its temperature.
Cp
The ratio of for the gas is
Cv
4 5 3
(A) (B) 2 (C) (D)
3 3 2
17. (D)
P ∝ Tγ/γ−1
Given that, P ∝ T3
γ
∴ =3
γ −1
∴ γ = 3γ− 3
∴ − 2γ = − 3
3
∴ γ=
2

18. In the given (V – T) diagram, what is the relation between pressures P1 and P2?
V
P2
P1

θ2
θ1
T

## (A) P2 = P1 (B) P2 > P1

(C) P2 < P1 (D) Cannot be predicted
18. (C)
18. Assuming the graph for a gas of given mass, we have,
PV = n RT
V 1
∴ ∝
T P
V
From the graph, = tan θ
T
1
∴ ∝ tan θ
P
∴ as angle θ increases, tan θ increases and pressure dicreases.
∴ P1 > P2

19. The amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of 1 g of Helium at NTP, from T1K to T2K is
3 3
(A) NakB(T2 − T1) (B) NakB(T2 − T1)
8 2
3 3 ⎛T ⎞
(C) NakB(T2 − T1) (D) NakB ⎜⎜ 2 ⎟⎟⎟
4 4 ⎜⎝ T1 ⎠⎟
19. (A)
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## 19. Amount of energy required is given as,

f f
E= n RT = NK ( T2 − T1 ) ⋅
2 2
f
∴ E= ( n ⋅ N A ) ⋅ k B ⋅ ( T2 − T1 )
2
Where N = n. NA
kB = Boltzmann constant.
3
∴ E = n N A K B ( T 2 −T1 ) ⋅ [∵ f = 3 for He ]
2
m 1
Now, n = =
M 4
3 1 3
∴ E= × N A k B ( T2 − T1 ) = N A k B ( T2 − T1 )
2 4 8

20. A wave travelling in the +ve x-direction having displacement along y-direction as 1 m, wavelength 2π m
1
and frequency of Hz is represented by
π
(A) y = sin(x – 2t) (B) y = sin(2πx – 2πt)
(C) y = sin(10πx – 20πt) (D) y = sin(2πx + 2πt)
20. (A)
20. y = a sin (kx− ωt) ….(1)
2π 2π
Now, k = =
λ 2π
1
ω = 2π .v = 2π × = 2 .
π
a = 1 m.
Substituting these in equation (1),
⎡ 2π ⎤
y = sin ⎢ x − 2t ⎥
⎣ 2π ⎦
∴ y = sin [x − 2t]

21. If we study the vibration of a pipe open at both ends, then the following statement is not true
(A) Open end will be anti-node.
(B) Odd harmonics of the fundamental frequency will be generated.
(C) All harmonics of the fundamental frequency will be generated.
(D) Pressure change will be maximum at both ends.
21. (D)
21. The air column in a pipe open at both ends can vibrate in a number of different modes subjected to the
boundary condition that there must be an antinode at the open end.
Hence option (A) is correct.
The ratio of frequency when pipe is open at both the ends is given as,
ν:2ν:3ν:4ν:5ν
v
where ν =
2L
∴ Both odd as well even i.e., All harmonics are present.
Hence, option (B) and (C) are correct
Pressure variation is minimum at antinode
∴ option (D) is incorrect.
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22. A source of unknown frequency gives 4 beats/s, when sounded with a source of known frequency 250 Hz.
The second harmonic of the source of unknown frequency gives five beats per second, when sounded with a
source of frequency 513 Hz. The unknown frequency is
(A) 254 Hz (B) 246 Hz (C) 240 Hz (D) 260 Hz
22. (A)
22. νa = 250 ± 4 = 254 Hz or 246 Hz
νb = 513 ± 5 → 518 Hz or 508 Hz
Now, νb = 2νa
Which is 508 = 2(254)
∴ ν = 254 Hz
23. Two pith balls carrying equal charges are suspended from a common point by strings of equal length, the
equilibrium separation between them is r. Now the strings are rigidly clamped at half the height. The
equilibrium separation between the balls now become

y
y/2
r r
2
⎛ 1 ⎞⎟ r ⎛ 2r ⎞⎟ ⎛ 2r ⎞⎟
(A) ⎜⎜ ⎟ (B) (C) ⎜⎜ ⎟ (D) ⎜⎜ ⎟
⎜⎝ 2 ⎠⎟ 3
2 ⎝⎜ 3 ⎠⎟ ⎜⎝ 3 ⎠⎟
23. (B)
23. In the equilibrium position,
T cos θ = mg
Kq 2
T sin θ = Fe = 2
r θ
Kq 2 T T cos θ
∴ tan θ = 2 θ
r mg
Fe
r / 2 Kq 2 T sin θ
i.e., =
y mgr 2 mg
mgr 3
∴ y=
2Kq 2
∴ r ∝ y1/3
Now, the equilibrium separation for (y/2) is,
1/3
⎛ y⎞ r
∴ r′∝ ⎜ ⎟ ∝
( 2)
1/3
⎝2⎠
24. A, B and C are three points in a uniform electric field. The electric potential is

B A

E
C

## (A) Maximum at A (B) Maximum at B

(C) Maximum at C (D) Same at all the three points A, B and C
24. (B)
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24. E=
dr
i.e., electric field is directed along decreasing potential.
∴ VB > VC > VP
∴ Potential is maximum at B.

25. A wire of resistance 4 Ω is stretched to twice its original length. The resistance of stretched wire would be
(A) 2 Ω (B) 4 Ω (C) 8 Ω (D) 16 Ω
25. (D)
25. Let R be the resistance and l be the original length.
∴ At constant volume,
R ∝ l2
∴ Resistance of stretched wire is,
R′ = 4R
= 4(4)
∴ R′ = 16Ω

26. The internal resistance of a 2.1 V cell which gives a current of 0.2 A through a resistance of 10 Ω is
(A) 0.2 Ω (B) 0.5 Ω (C) 0.8 Ω (4) 1.0 Ω
26. (B)
E
26. I=
R +r
2.1
∴ 0.2 =
10 + r
2 + 0.2r = 2.1
∴ 0.2r = 0.1
∴ r = 0.5 Ω

27. The resistances of the four arms P, Q, R and S in a Wheatstone's bridge are 10 ohm, 30 ohm, 30 ohm and 90
ohm, respectively. The e.m.f. and internal resistance of the cell are 7 volt and 5 ohm respectively. If the
galvanometer resistance is 50 ohm, the current drawn from the cell will be
(A) 1.0 A (B) 0.2 A (C) 0.1 A (D) 2.0 A
27. (B)
27. For a Balanced wheatstone’s Bridge,
P R
=
Q S
(10 + 30) (30 + 90)
Equivalent resistance = Req =
(10 + 30 + 30 + 90)
40×120
=
160
= 30 Ω
Now, Reff = 30 + 5 = 35r
V 7 1
Now, I = = = = 0.2 A
R eff 35 5
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28. When a proton is released from rest in a room, it starts with an initial acceleration a0 towards west. When it
is projected towards north with a speed v0 it moves with an initial acceleration 3a0 toward west. The electric
and magnetic fields in the room are
ma 0 2ma 0 ma 0 2ma 0
(A) west, up (B) west, down
e ev 0 e ev 0
ma 0 3ma 0 ma 0 3ma 0
(C) east, up (D) east, down
e ev 0 e ev 0
28. (B)
Force
28. Electric field =
Charge
ma 0
= (in west direction)
e
Magnetic force = Fm = 3ma0 − ma0
= 2ma0 (in west direction)
→ →
∴ v × B is directed towards west.
→ →
Since, v is directed towards north for positive charge, B is directed vertically down.
→ → →
Now, Fm = q v × B
∴ 2ma0 = ev0 × B
2ma 0
∴ B= (vertically down)
ev 0
29. A current loop in a magnetic field
(A) Experiences a torque whether the field is uniform or non uniform in all orientations
(B) Can be in equilibrium in one orientation
(C) Can be in equilibrium in two orientations, both the equilibrium states are unstable
(D) Can be in equilibrium in two orientations, one stable while the other is unstable
29. (D)

29. B

M

B
When θ = 0° (parallel) it is in stable equilibrium.
When θ = 160° (anti-parallel), it is in unstable equilibrium.
30. A bar magnet of length l and magnetic dipole moment M is bent in the form of an arc as shown in figure.
The new magnetic dipole moment will be

r r
60°

3 2 M
(A) M (B) M (C) M (D)
π π 2
30. (B)
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30. L= ×r
3
3L r
∴ r=
π
r 60°
M′ = m × r r
⎛ 3L ⎞
= m ⎜⎜ ⎟⎟⎟
⎜⎝ π ⎠
3M
= [∵ M = mL]
π
31. A wire loop is rotated in a magnetic field. The frequency of change of direction of the induced e.m.f. is
(A) Once per revolution
(B) Twice per revolution
(C) Four times per revolution
(D) Six times per revolution
31. (B)
31. e

+
t

e = NωAB sinωt
e changes direction twice per revolution.
32. A coil of self-inductance L is connected in series with a bulb B and an AC source. Brightness of the bulb
decreases when
(A) Frequency of the AC source is decreased
(B) Number of turns in the coil is reduced
(C) A capacitance of reactance XC = XL is included in the same circuit
(D) An iron rod is inserted in the coil
32. (D)
32. Impedance is given as,
R 2 + X 2L
Z=
R 2 + (L×2πf ) 2
∴ If frequency is decreased, impedance decreases.
If number of turns decreases, self inductance decreases and thus impedance decreases.
At resonance, XC = XL and impedance decreases.
When iron rod is inserted, impedance increases and hence current decreases.
33. The condition under which a microwave oven heats up a food item containing water molecules most
efficiently is
(A) The frequency of the microwaves must match the resonant frequency of the water molecules
(B) The frequency of the microwaves has no relation with natural frequency of water molecules
(C) Microwaves are heat waves, so always produce heating
(D) Infra-red waves produce heating in a microwave oven
33. (A)
33. In presence of microwave, water molecules oscillate in an electric field of microwave resulting in
generation of heat. Amplitude of oscillation will be maximum when frequency of microwave match the
resonant frequency of water molecules.
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34. Ratio of longest wavelengths corresponding to Lyman and Balmer series in hydrogen spectrum is
5 3 7 9
(A) (B) (C) (D)
27 23 29 31
34. (A)
34. For Lyman series,
1 ⎡1 1 ⎤ 3R
= R(1)2 ⎢ 2 − 2 ⎥ =
λl ⎢
⎣1 2 ⎦ ⎥ 4 ∞
4 n=4
∴ λl =
3R
Longest wavelength n=3
For Balmer series, corresponding to Balmer
1 ⎡1 1⎤ 5R n=2
= R(1)2 ⎢ 2 − 2 ⎥ = Longest wavelength
λb ⎢
⎣2 3 ⎦ ⎥ 36 corresponding to Lyman n=1
36
∴ λb =
5R
λl 4 5R 5 5
= × = =
λb 3R 36 3×9 27

35. The half life of a radioactive isotope ‘X’ is 20 years. It decays to another element ‘Y’ which is stable. The
two elements ‘X’ and ‘Y’ were found to be in the ratio 1 : 7 in a sample of a given rock. The age of the rock
is estimated to be
(A) 40 years (B) 60 years (C) 80 years (D) 100 years
35. (B)
N 1 1 1
35. = = =
N0 (1+ 7) 8 (2)3
⎡ 1 1 ⎤
∴ n=3 ⎢∵ n = 3 ⎥
⎢ 2 (2) ⎥⎦

t
∴ n=
T
∴ t = 3 × 20 [Half life of X = T = 20 years]
∴ t = 60 years
36. A certain mass of Hydrogen is changed to Helium by the process of fusion. The mass defect in fusion
reaction is 0.02866 u. The energy liberated per u is (given 1 u = 931 MeV)
(A) 2.67 MeV (B) 26.7 MeV (C) 6.675 MeV (D) 13.35 MeV
36. (C)
36. Mass defect = ∆m = 0.02866 u
Total energy = E = ∆mc2 = 0.02866 × 931 MeV
= 26.68 MeV
E
Energy liberated per nucleon =
A
26.68
=
4
= 6.675 MeV
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37. For photoelectric emission from certain metal the cut-off frequency is ν. If radiation of frequency 2ν
impinges on the metal plate, the maximum possible velocity of the emitted electron will be (m is the
electron mass)
hν hν 2hν hν
(A) (B) (C) (D) 2
(2m) m m m
37. (C)
37. Cut off frequency is given as ν
Work function φ = hν
Now, E = K.E. + φ
1
2hν = mv2 + hν
2
1
∴ mv2 = 2hν − hν
2
1
∴ mv2 = hν
2
2hν
∴ v=
m

38. The wavelength λe of an electron and λp of a photon of same energy E are related by
1
(A) λp ∝ λ2e (B) λp ∝ λe (C) λp ∝ λe (D) λp ∝
λe
38. (A)
38. de Broglie’s wavelength for an electron,
h
λe =
2mE
1 1
i.e., λe ∝ or λ2e ∝ ….(1)
E E
wavelength of photon is given as,
hc
λp =
E
1
i.e., λp ∝ …. (2)
E
From (1) and (2), we have,
λ2e ∝ λp

39. A plano-convex lens fits exactly into a planoconcave lens. Their plane surfaces are parallel to each other. If
lenses are made of different materials of refractive indices µ1 and µ2 and R is the radius of curvature of the
curved surface of the lenses, then the focal length of the combination is
R R R 2R
(A) (B) (C) (D)
2(µ1 + µ 2 ) 2(µ1 − µ 2 ) (µ1 − µ 2 ) (µ 2 − µ1 )
39. (C)
1 ⎛1 1 ⎞ µ1 − 1
39. Focal length of first lens, = (µ1 – 1) ⎜ − ⎟=
f1 ⎝ ∞ −R ⎠ R

## Focal length of second lens,

1 ⎛ 1
= (µ2 – 1) ⎜
1⎞ ( µ − 1)
− ⎟ =– 1
f2 ⎝ −R ∞ ⎠ R
So focal length of the combination,
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1 1 1 µ − 1 ( µ 2 − 1)
= + = 1 –
f f1 f2 R R
1 µ − µ2
= 1
f R
R
f=
µ1 − µ 2
40. For a normal eye, the cornea of eye provides a converging power of 40 D and the least converging power of
the eye lens behind the cornea is 20 D. Using this information, the distance between the retina and the
cornea - eye lens can be estimated to be
(A) 5 cm (B) 2.5 cm (C) 1.67 cm (D) 1.5 cm
40. (C)
40. lens + cornea forms an image of distance object at retina.
∴ converging power (40+20) D = 60 D
From Lens equation,
1 1 60
− =
v ∞ 100
5
∴ v = cm
3
∴ v = 1.67 cm.
41. In Young’s double slit experiment, the slits are 2 mm apart and are illuminated by photons of two
wavelengths λ1 = 12000 Å and λ2 = 10000 Å. At what minimum distance from the common central bright
fringe on the screen 2 m from the slit will a bright fringe from one interference pattern coincide with a
bright fringe from the other?
(A) 8 mm (B) 6 mm (C) 4 mm (D) 3 mm
41. (B)
n1λ1D n 2 λ 2 D
41. =
d d
n1 λ 10000A° 5
= 2 = =
n2 λ1 12000A° 6
n1 = 5 and n2 = 6
n λ D 5 × 12000 × 10−10 × 2
Therefore, x = 1 1 = = 6 × 10−3 m = 6 mm
d 2 × 10−3
42. A parallel beam of fast moving electrons is incident normally on a narrow slit. A fluorescent screen is
placed at a large distance from the slit. If the speed of the electrons is increased, which of the following
statements is correct?
(A) Diffraction pattern is not observed on the screen in the case of electrons.
(B) The angular width of the central maximum of the diffraction pattern will increase.
(C) The angular width of the central maximum will decrease.
(D) The angular width of the central maximum will be unaffected.
42. (C)
h
42. Now, λ =
mv
1
∴ λ∝
v
Therefore, as speed of electron increases, its de-Broglie wavelength decreases.
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## Angular width for central maximum is given as,

ω=
d
1
∴ ω∝λ∝
v
∴ if speed of electron increases, angular width of central maximum will decreases.
43. In a n-type semiconductor, which of the following statement is true?
(A) Electrons are majority carriers and trivalent atoms are dopants
(B) Electron are minority carriers and pentavalent atoms are dopants
(C) Holes are minority carriers and pentavalent atoms are dopants
(D) Holes are majority carriers and trivalent atoms are dopants
43. (C)
43. In N-type semiconductors, minority carriers are holes, majority carriers are electrons and pentavalent atoms
are dopants.
44. In a common emitter (CE) amplifier having a voltage gain G, the transistor used has transconductance 0.03
mho and current gain 25. If the above transistor is replaced with another one with transconductance 0.02
mho and current gain 20, the voltage gain will be
2 1 5
(A) G (B) 1.5 G (C) G (D) G
3 3 4
44. (A)
R
44. Av = β o
R in
I Ro
= C
I B R in
I R
= c o
Vin
= gm Ro
∴ Av ∝ gm.
A V1 g m1 0.03 3
∴ = = =
A V2 g m2 0.02 2
2
∴ A V2 = 2 A V1 = G.
3 3
45. The output (X) of the logic circuit shown in figure will be

A
X
B

## (A) X = A.B (B) X = A.B (C) X = A.B (D) X = A+B

45. (C)
45.
A B Y X
0 0 1 0
A A⋅B y = A.B = A.B
0 1 1 0
B
1 0 1 0
1 1 0 1
∴ X = A ⋅ B = A⋅B
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