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COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)

Date: 11 January, 2019 (SHIFT-1) | TIME : (9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m)

SUBJECT : PHYSICS

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PART : PHYSICS

This section contains 30 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (1), (2), (3) and (4) for its

answer, out of which Only One is correct.

bl [k.M esa 30 cgq&fodYih iz'u gSaA izR;sd iz'u ds 4 fodYi (1), (2), (3) rFkk (4) gSa] ftuesa ls flQZ ,d lgh gSA

1. A body is projected at t = 0 with a velocity 10 ms–1 at an angle of 60° with the horizontal. The radius of

curvature of its trajectory at t = 1s is R. Neglecting air resistance and taking acceleration due to gravity

g = 10 ms–2, the value of R is :

t = 0 ij {kSf rt ls 60° ds dks.k ij 10 ms–1 ds osx ls ,d fi.M dks iz{ksfir djrs gS A t = 1s ij iz {ksi iFk dh

oØrk f=kT;k R gSaA ok;q izfrjks/k dks ux.; ekudj rFkk xq:Roh; Roj.k g = 10 ms–2 ysdj R dk eku gS %

(1) 2.8 m (2) 2.5 m (3) 10.3 m (4) 5.1 m

Ans. (1)

Sol.

10 3 10m/s

2

60°

5

at t = 1s vy = 5 3 – 10 × 1 V=

25 5 3 – 10 2

2 2 3 3

rc =

v

v

v

5.11 = 2.77m

g cos u gu x 10 5

g x

v

2. Ice at –20°C is added to 50 g of water at 40° C. When the temperature of the mixture reaches 0°C, it is

found that 20 g of ice is still unmelted. The amount of ice added to the water was close to (Specific heat

of water = 4.2J/g/°C Specific heat of Ice = 2.1 J/g/°C

Heat of fusion of water at 0°C = 334 J/g

40°C ij 50g ikuh esa –20°C ij j[kh cQZ feykrs gS A tc feJ.k dk rkieku 0°C gks tkrk gS rks ns[kk tkrk gS fd

20 g cQZ vHkh Hkh teh gqbZ gSA ikuh esa feyk;h x;h cQZ dh ek=kk dk lfUudV eku Fkk %

(ty dh fof'k"V Å"ek = 4.2J/g/°C cQZ dh fof'k"V Å"Ekk = 2.1 J/g/°C

0°C ij ty dh laxyu Å"ek = 334 J/g

(1) 100 g (2) 40 g (3) 60 g (4) 50 g

Ans. (2)

Sol. Heat lost by water Q = msT = 50× 1 × 40 = 2000 cal

Let mass of ice = m

1

Heat gain by ice Q = m × × 20 + (m – 20) × 80

2

= 10 m + 80 m – 1600 = 90 m – 1600

Heat gain = Heat lost

90 m – 1600 = 2000

m = 40 gm

Sol. ikuh ds }kjk {k; ÅtkZ Q = msT = 50× 1 × 40 = 2000 cal

cQZ dk æO;eku = m

1

cQZ dh Å"ek esa o`f) Q = m × × 20 + (m – 20) × 80

2

= 10 m + 80 m – 1600 = 90 m – 1600

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izkIr Å"ek = {k; Å"ek

90 m – 1600 = 2000

m = 40 gm

3. An amplitude modulated signal is given by V(t) = 10 [1+ 0.3 cos (2.2 × 104t) sin (5.5 × 105t)]. Here t is in

seconds. The sideband frequencies (in kHz) are, [Given = 22/7]

(1) 892.5 and 857.5 (2) 89.25 and 85.75 (3) 1785 and 1715 (4) 178.5 and 171.5

,d vk;ke ekWMqfyr flXyu fuEuor~ fn;k x;k gS V(t) = 10 [1+ 0.3 cos (2.2 × 104t) sin (5.5 × 105t)]. ;gk¡ t

lsd.M esa gSA ik'oZ cS.M dh vko`fÙk;k¡ (kHzesa) gksaxh : [fn;k gS = 22/7]

(1) 892.5 rFkk 857.5 (2) 89.25 rFkk 85.75 (3) 1785 rFkk 1715 (4) 178.5 rFkk 171.5

Ans. (2)

Sol. V(t) = 10 [1+ 0.3 cos (2.2 × 104t) sin (5.5 × 105t)]

V(t) = 10 + 1.5 [sin (572 × 103t) + sin (528 × 103t)]

we get, L + C = 572 × 103 = 2f1

f 1 = 572 × 103/2 = 91 kHz

L – C = 528 × 103 = 2f2

f 2 = 572 × 103/2 = 84 kHz

4. In the circuit shown the switch S1 is closed at time t = 0 and the switch S2 is kept open. At some later

time (t0), the switch S1 is opened and S 2 is closed. The behavior of the current I as a function of time 't'

given by :

,d ifjiFk dks fuEu fp=k esa fn[kk;k x;k gS

t = 0 ij fLop S1 cUn gS tcfd fLop S2 [kqyk jgrk gS A fdlh le; (t0) ds i'pkr~ fLop S1 [kqyk gS vkSj S2 cUn

gSA /kkjk I esa le; 't' ds lkFk ifjorZu blls fn[kk;k tk ldrk gS

(1) (2)

(3) (4)

Ans. (Bonus)

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Sol. Growth and decay of current is of exponential nature

i = i0(1 – e–t /) during growth

i = imax e–t/ during decay

fn;s x;s ifjiFk esa tsuj Mk;ksM esa /kkjk dk yxHkx eku gksxk %

R1 500

12V

R2 1500 R2

V2 =10V

(1) 0.0 mA (2) 6.7 mA (3) 6.0 mA (4) 4.0 mA

Ans. (1)

Sol.

+

12V R1=500 2V

–

+

R3=1500 R2

–

If we consider break down in zener diode, then potential across R3 will be 10V and R1 will be 2V.

10 2

So current in R3 will be i3 = A

1500 300

2

and current in R1 will be i 1 = A

500

i 1 < i 3, which is not possible

Potential difference across zener diode does not reach to break down voltage. So no current

will flow through reverse biased zener diode.

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Sol.

+

12V R1=500 2V

–

+

R3=1500 R2

–

;fn ge thuj Mk;ksM dk czsd Mkmu (break down) ysa] rc R3 ds lkis{k foHko 10V ,oa R1 ds lkis{k 2V gksxkA

10 2

vr% R3 esa /kkjk i3 = A

1500 300

2

,oa R1 esa /kkjk i1 = A

500

i 1 < i 3, ;g lEHko ugha gS

thuj Mk;ksM ds lkis{k foHko czsd Mkmu rd ugha igqaprk gSA vr% thuj Mk;ksM ls dksbZ Hkh /kkjk izokfgr

ugha gksxh

6. The variation of refractive index of a crown glass thin prism with wavelength of the incident light is

shown. Which of the following graphs is the correct one, if Dm is the angle of minimum deviation ?

Ømu dk¡p ds fizTe ds viorZukad ifjorZu dks vkifrr izdk'k dh rjaxnS/;Z ds lkFk fn[kk;k x;k gSA ;fn Dm U;wure

fopyu dks.k gS rks fuEu esa ls dkSulk xzkQ lgh gS?

(1) (2)

(3) (4)

Ans. (1)

Sol. = A ( – 1) for thin prism, then more is the refractive index, more will be the deviation.

= A ( – 1) irys fizTe ds fy;s, viorZ ukad ftruk vf/kd gs kxk] fopyu Hkh mruk gh vf/kd gskxk.

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7. A satellite is revolving in a circular orbit at a height h from the earth surface, such that h<<R where R is

the radius of the earth. Assuming that the effect of earth's atmosphere can be neglected. The minimum

increase in the speed required so that the satellite could escape from the gravitational field of earth is :

i`Foh dh lrg ls h Å¡pkbZ ij ,d mixzg ,d o`Ùkh; d{kk esa bl izdkj ?kwe jgk gS fd h<<R tgk¡ R i`Foh dh f=kT;k

gSA ekuk fd i`Foh ds ok;qe.My dk izHkko ux.; gSA d{kh; pky esa fdruh U;wure o`+f) gksuh pkfg, ftlls fd

mixzg i`Foh ds xq:Roh; {ks=k ls iyk;u dj lds %

gR

(1) gR

2 1 (2)

2

(3) 2gR (4) gR

Ans. (1)

GM

Sol. Orbital velocity d{kh; osx, v0 =

(R h)

2GM

to escape, iyk;u ds fy;s vs =

(R h)

2GM GM

change in velocity osx esa ifjorZ u =

(R h) (R h)

if h << R

2GM GM

v =

R R

v = 2gR gR

8. In a wheatstone bridge (see fig.), Resistances P and Q are approximately equal. When R = 400 , the

bridge is balanced. On interchanging P and Q, the value of R, for balance, is 405 . The value of X is

close to :

,d OghVLVksu lsrq esa (fp=k nsf[k;s) izfrjks/k P rFkk Q yxHkx cjkcj gSA tc R = 400 gS rks lsrq larqfyr gSA P rFkk

Q, dks ijLij cnyus ij] lsrq dks la rqfyr j[kus ds fy, R dk eku 405 gSA X dk lfUudV eku gksxk %

(1) 404.5 ohm (2) 402.5 ohm (3) 403.5 ohm (4) 401.5 ohm

Ans. (2)

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Sol. Initially izkjEHk esa

P R1

…(i)

Q X

Q R2

…(ii)

P X

R1R2

1=

X2

X= R1R2

9. In an experiment, electrons are accelerated, from rest, by applying a voltage of 500 V. Calculate the

radius of the path if a magnetic field 100 mT is then applied. [Charge of the electron = 1.6 × 10–19 C

Mass of the electron = 9.1 × 10–31 kg]

,d iz;ksx esa bysDVªkWu dks fojke voLFkk ls 500 V oksYVst yxkdj Rofjr djrs gSA iFk dh f=kT;k Kkr dhft, ;fn

yxk;k x;k pqEcdh; {ks=k 100 mT gSA [bysDVªkWu dk vkos'k = 1.6 × 10–19 C bysDVªkWu dk nzO;eku = 9.1 × 10–31 kg]

(1) 7.5 × 10–2 m (2) 7.5 m (3) 7.5 × 10-4 m (4) 7.5 × 10-3 m

Ans. (3)

2meV

Sol. r=

eB

2meVac

=

e2B2

2 9 10 31 500

=

1.6 10 19 (100 10 3 )2

=

1.6 10 19 10 2

2 9.1 5 10 31 23

=

1.6

9.1

= 10 7

1.6

91 910

= 10 7 = 10 8

16 16

= 56.875 10 4 = 7.54 ×10-4 m

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10. In the figure shown below, the charge on the left plate of the 10 µF capacitor is –30 µC. The charge on

the right plate of the 6 µF capacitor is :

fn[kk;s x;s fp=k esa 10 µF ds la/kkfj=k dh ck¡;h IysV ij–30 µC vkos'k gSA 6 µF ds la/kkfj=k dh nk¡;h IysV ij

vkos'k gksxk %

6F

10F 2F

4F

(1) –12 µC (2) +12 µC (3) –18 µC (4) + 18 µC

Ans. (4)

Sol. Applying the concept of charge conservation on isolated plates of 10F, 6F & 4F and distribuiting the

charge we get

10F, 6F rFkk 4F dh i`Fkd IysVksa ij vkos'k laj{k.k dk fl)kUr yxkus ij ,oa vkos'k forj.k ds i'pkr~

–18

+30

–12

= × 30 mc = + 18 c

(6 4 )

11. A slab is subjected to two forces F1 and F 2 of same magnitude F as shown in the figure. Force F 2 is

in XY–plane while force F1 acts along z–axis at the point 2 i 3 j . The moment of these forces

about point O will be :

fn[kk;s x;s fp=kkuqlkj ,d r[r ij leku ifjek.k F ds nks cy F1 rFkk F 2 yxk;s x;s gSaA cy F 2 XY–lery esa

gSa tcfd cy F1 z– fn'kk ds vuqfn'k fcUnq 2 i 3 j ij yxk gSA fcUnq O ds lkis{k bu cyksa dk vk?kw.kZ gksxk %

z

F1

F2

O y

30°

4m

6m

x

(1) 3 i 2 j 3k F (2) 3 i 2 j 3k F (3) 3 i 2 j 3k F (4) 3 i 2 j 3k F

Ans. (4)

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Sol. T0 r1 F1 r2 F2

F F 3

= (2 î 3 ĵ ) F(k̂ ) 6 ĵ ( î ) ( ĵ )

2 2

= 2F( ĵ ) 3F( î ) 3F(k̂ ) 0

= (3 î 2 ĵ 3k̂ ) F

12. An equilateral triangle ABC is cut from a thin solid sheet of wood. (See figure) D, E and F are the mid-

points of its sides as shown and G is the centre of the triangle. The moment of inertia of the triangle

about an axis passing through G and perpendicular to the plane of the triangle is I 0. If the smaller

triangle DEF is removed from ABC, the moment of inertia of the remaining figure about the same axis is

I. Then :

,d irys Bksl ydM+h ds Qyd ls ,d f=kHkqt ABC dkVk x;k gSa (fp=k nsf[k,)A n'kkZ, x;s vuqlkj D, E rFkk F

bldh Hkqtkvksa ds e/; fcUnq gSa rFkk G f=kHkqt dk dsUnz gSA G ls xqtjus okyh rFkk f=kHkqt ds lery ds yEcor~ v{k

ds lkis{k f=kHkqt dk tMRo vk?kw.kZ I0 gSA ;fn NksVk f=kHkqt DEF f=kHkqt ABC esa ls fudky fy;k tk;s rks 'ks"k cps gq,

Hkkx dk mlh v{k ds lkis{k tMRo vk?kw.kZ I gSA rc :

A

D E

G

B C

F

9 15 3 I0

(1) I I0 (2) I I0 (3) I I0 (4) I

16 16 4 4

Ans. (2)

Sol. From Dimension analysis I0 = kMa2

foeh; fujh{k.k ls I0 = kMa2

Now for small lamina NksVs f=kHkqt ds fy,

2

Ma kMa2

I' = k

4 2 16

I0

I' =

16

15I 0

So moment of inertia of remaining part I – I' =

16

15I 0

vr% 'ks"k Hkkx dk tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ I – I' =

16

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13. In a Young's double slit experiment, the path difference, at a certain point on the screen, between two

1

interfering waves is th of wavelength. The ratio of the intensity at this point to that at the center of a

8

bright fringe is close to :

1

;ax ds f}&f>jh iz;ksx esa] insZ ds ,d fcUnq ij O;frdj.k djus okyh nks rjaxksa dk iFkkUrj rjaxnS/;Z dk th xquk gS A

8

bl fcUnq ij rhozrk rFkk nhIr fÝat ds dsUnz ij rhozrk dk vuqikr yxHkx gksxk %

(1) 0.94 (2) 0.74 (3) 0.85 (4) 0.80

Ans. (3)

2

Sol. = =

8 4

I = I0 cos2

8

1 cos / 4

= I0

2

1

1

= I0 2 = 0.85 I0

2

14. A particle is moving along a circular path with a constant speed of 10 ms-1. What is the magnitude of

the change is velocity of the particle, when it moves through an angle of 60° around the centre of the

circle?

,d d.k ,d o`Ùkkdkj iFk ij 10 ms-1 dh fu;r xfr ls py jgk gSA tc ;g d.k o`Ùk ds dsUnz ds ifjr% 60° pyrk

gS rks blds osx esa gq;s ifjorZu dk ifjek.k gksxk %

(1) Zero 'kwU; (2) 10 m/s (3) 10 2 m / s (4) 10 3 m / s

Ans. (2)

1

Sol. V = 2vsin = 2vsin30° = 2 × 10 × = 10 m/s

2 2

x2

15. The force of interaction between two atoms is given by F = exp ; where x is the distance, k is

kt

the Boltzmann constant and T is temperature and and are two constants. The dimension of is :

x2

nks ijek.kqvksa ds e/; vkU;ksU;fØ;k cy lEcU/k F = exp ; ls fn;k tkrk gS tgk¡ x nwjh gS, k oksYVsteS u

kt

fu;rkad rFkk T rkieku gS vkSj rFkk nks fLFkjkad gSaA dh foek gksxk %

(1) M2L2T-2 (2) M0L2T-4 (3) M2LT-4 (4) MLT-2

Ans. (3)

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Sol. Exponential terms are dimensionless :

?kkrh; jkf'k;k¡ foekghu gSa %

x2 0 0 0

= [M L T ]

kT

[L2 ]

= [M0L0T0] [kT is thermal energy] [kT Å"eh; ÅtkZ gS]

[ ][ML2 T 2 ]

[] = [M–1T2] [kT] = [ML2T–2]

Now [F] = [a]

[MLT–2] = [M–1T2][]

[] = [M2LT–4]

16. A rigid diatomic ideal gas undergoes an adiabatic process at room temperature. The relation between

temperature and volume for this process is TVx = constant, then x is

d{kh; rkieku ij ,d n`<+ f}ijek.kqd vkn'kZ xSl ,d :)ks"e izØe ls xqtjrh gSA bl izØe ds fy, rkieku vkSj

vk;ru esa] TV x = fu;rkad lEcU/k gS rks x gksxk:

2 5 3 2

(1) (2) (3) (4)

5 3 5 3

Ans. (1)

Sol. For adiabatic process :)ks" e izØe ds fy,

TV–1 = Constant fu;r

2 7

=1+ = (For diatomic gas) (f}ijekf.od xSl ds fy,)

5 5

7 2

So x = – 1 = –1

5 5

17. The resistance of the meter bridge AB in given figure is 4. With a cell of emf = 0.5 V and rheostat

resistance Rh = 2 the null point is obtained at some point J. When the cell is replaced by another one

of emf =2 the same null point J is found for Rh = 6 . The emf2 is, :

fn;s x;s ifjiFk esa ehVj lsrq AB dk izfrjks/k 4 gSA fo-ok-cy = 0.5 V rFkk /kkjk fu;=kad ds izfrjks/k Rh = 2 ds

fy;s 'kwU; fcUnq Jij izkIr gksrk gSA tc bl lsy dks fo-ok-cy =2 dh lsy ls cny nsrs gSA rks Rh = 6 ds fy;s

'kwU; fcUnq iqu% J ij feyrk gSA fo-ok-cy 2 gksxk :

A B

J

6V

Rh

(1) 0.5 V (2) 0.3 V (3) 0.4 V (4) 0.6 V

Ans. (2)

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Sol. In circuit, when Rh = 2

6 1 4

i1 = 1A , = × AJ

42 AB

AB

AJ = …..(1)

4

when Rh = 6

6

i2 = 0 .6 A

46

0 .6 4

2 = AJ

AB

2 AB

AJ = …..(2)

0 .6 4

From (1) & (2)

2 AB AB

0 .6 4 4

2 = 0.6 × = 0.6 × 0.5 = 0.3V

18. A gas mixture consists of 3 moles of oxygen and 5 moles of argon at temperature T. Considering only

translational and rotational modes, the total internal energy of the system is :

xSl ds ,d feJ.k esa vkWDlhtu ds 3 eksy rFkk vkxZu ds 5 eksy rkieku T ij gSaA dsoy LFkkukarjh; vkSj ?kw.kZu fo/k

ekusa rks ladk; dh dqy vkUrfjd ÅtkZ gksxh %

(1) 15 RT (2) 4 RT (3) 12 RT (4) 20 RT

Ans. (1)

n f n 2 f2 35 53 15

Sol. fmix = 1 1 = =

n1 n2 8 4

f 15

U= nRT = 8 RT = 15RT

2 2 4

19. There are two long co–axial solenoids of same length . The inner and outer coils have radii r1 and

r2 and number of turns per unit length n1 and n2, respectively. The ratio of mutual inductance to the self-

inductance of the inner-coil is :

leku yEckbZ dh nks yEch le&v{kh; ifjukfydk;s gSaA vkUrfjd ,ao ckâk dq.Mfy;ksa dh f=kT;k;sa Øe'k% r1 rFkk

r2 gS vkSj izfr bdkbZ yEckbZ Qsjksa dh la[;k Øe'k% n1 rFkk n2 gSaA vkUrfjd dq .Myh ds vU;ksU; izsjdRo rFkk Lo

izsjdRo dk vuqikr gksxk %

n2 r22 n2 n1 n2 r1

(1) . (2) (3) (4) .

n1 r12 n1 n2 n1 r2

Ans. (2)

Sol. Mutual inductance vU;ksU; izsjdRo = 0n1n2 R 22

n2

Ratio vuqikr =

n1

R2 R1

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20. A body of mass 1 kg falls freely from a height of 100 m, on a platform of mass 3 kg which is mounted on

a spring having spring constant k = 1.25 × 106 N/m. The body sticks to the platform and the spring's

maximum compression is found to be x. Given that g = 10 ms-2, the value of x will be close to :

1 kg nzO ;eku dk ,d fi.M 100 m Å¡pkbZ ls Lora=k :i ls 3 kg nzO ;eku ds ,d IysVQkeZ ij fxjrk gS ;g IysVQkWeZ

,d fLizax fu;rkad k = 1.25 × 106 N/m dh fLizax ij yxk gSA fi.M IysVQkeZ ij fpid tkrk gS vkSj fLizax dh

vf/kdre laihMu x ik;k tkrk gSA x dk fudVre eku gksxk % (g = 10 ms-2)

(1) 40 cm (2) 80 cm (3) 4 cm (4) 8 cm

Ans. (Bonus)

Sol. Initial compression is negligible

Compression will be significant due to collision.

velocity after collision

1 × 2 10 100 = 4 × v

v = 5 5 m/s

Assuming this as maximum velocity

v = A

1.25 10 6

5 5 A

4

A = 5 × 2 × 2 × 10–3 m = 2 cm

Sol. izkjfEHkd lEihMu ux.; gS

Vdjkus ds i'pkr~ lEihMu ekuuh; gS

Vdjkus ds i'pkr~ osx

1× 2 10 100 = 4 × v

v = 5 5 m/s

ekuk ;g vf/kdre osx gS

v = A

1.25 10 6

5 5 A

4

A = 5 × 2 × 2 × 10–3 m = 2 cm

21. A hydrogen atom, initially in the ground state is excited by absorbing a photon of wavelength 980Å.The

radius of the atom in the excited state, in terms of Bohr radius a0, will be : (hc = 12500 eV- Å)

vkjfEHkd ewy voLFkk esa gkbMªkstu ijek.kq 980Å rjaxnS/ ;Z dk QksVkWu vo'kksf"kr dj mÙksftr gks tkrk gSA bl

mÙksftr Lrj esa ijek.kq dh f=kT;k cksj f=kT;k a0 ds ek=kd esa gksxh % (hc = 12500 eV- Å)

(1) 16 a0 (2) 25 a0 (3) 9a0 (4) 4a0

Ans. (1)

12500

Sol. Energy of radiation mÙkstu ÅtkZ = = 12.75eV

980

13.6

Energy of electron in nth orbit = – 2

n

13 . 6

nth d{kk ds bysDVªkWu dh ÅtkZ = – 2

n

1 1

En – E1 = –13.6 2 – 2

n 1

1 1

12.75 = 13.6 2 – 2

1 n

n 4

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Electron will transit to n = 4

bysDVªkWu mÙkstu ds i'pkr~ tk;sxk n = 4

New radius will be 16a0.

u;h f=kT;k 16a0 gksxhA

22. A liquid of density is coming out of a hose pipe of radius a with horizontal speed and hits a mesh.

50% of the liquid passes through the mesh unaffected. 25% looses all of its momentum and 25%

comes back with the same speed. The resultant pressure on the mesh will be :

?kuRo dk nz o a f=kT;k okys gkst ikbZi esa ls {kSf rt pky ls fudy jgk gS vkSj ,d tky ls Vdjkrk gS A 50%

nzo tky ls vizHkkfor fudy tkrk gS] 25% nzo dk laosx 'kwU; gks tkrk gS rFkk 25% nzo mlh pky ls okil vk

tkrk gSA tky ij ifj.kkeh nkc gksxk %

1 2 1 2 3 2

(1) (2) (3) (4) 2

2 4 4

Ans. (3)

Sol. Mass per unit time = 3Av

1

Force due to momentum loss = Av v 2

4

1

Force due to bounce back = Av 2v 2

4

Av 2 Av 2

Pressure = 4 2 3 v 2

A 4

Sol. ,dkad le; ij æO;eku = 3Av

1

cy ds }kjk laosx dk {k; = Av v 2

4

1

okil ykSVus ds dkj.k cy = Av 2v 2

4

Av 2 Av 2

nkc = 4 2 3 v 2

A 4

23. If the de-Broglie wavelength of an electron is equal to 10–3 times the wavelength of a photon of

frequency 6 × 1014 Hz, then the speed of electron is equal to : (Speed of light = 3 × 108 m/s, Planck's

constant = 6.63 × 10–34J. s Mass of electron = 9.1 × 10-31 kg)

;fn bysDVªkWu dh Mh&czkfXy rjaxnS/;Z 6 × 1014 Hz vko`fÙk ds QksVkWu dh rjaxnS/;Z ds 10–3 xquk gS rks bySDVªkWu dh

pky gksxh % (fn;k gS izdk'k dh pky = 3 × 108 m/s Iykad fu;rkad = 6.63 × 10–34J. s bysDVªkWu dk nzO;eku

= 9.1 × 10-31 kg)

(1) 1.7 × 106 m/s (2) 1.45 × 106 m/s (3) 1.8 × 106 m/s (4) 1.1 × 106 m/s

Ans. (2)

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C

Sol. For photon

C 3 10 8 1

p 10 6 m

6 1014 2

For electron

10 9

e = 10–3 × p = m

2

h

, p = mv

p

h 6.63 10 34

V= = = 1.45 × 106 m/s

m 1 9 31

10 9.1 10

2

24. A particle undergoing simple harmonic motion has time dependent displacement given by

t

x (t) = A sin . The ratio of kinetic to potential energy of this particle at t = 210 s will be:

90

t

ljy vkoZr xfr djrs gq, ,d d.k dk le; ij fuHkZj foLFkkiu lEcU/k x (t) = A sin ls fn;k x;k gSA t = 210

90

s ij bl d.k dh xfrt ,oa {kSfrt ÅtkZvksa dk vuqikr gks xk %

(1) 1/9 (2) 1 (3) 3 (4) 2

Ans. (Bonus)

3A

Sol. x t 210 = A sin 210 = A sin 2 =

90 3 2

1 2 1 3 A 2

P.E. (V) = kx = k

2 2 4

2

1 1 3 A 2 1 KA 2

K.E. (T) = mv2 = m2 A 2 – =

2 2 4 2 4

T 1

Required ratio vko';d vuqikr

U 3

25. Equation of travelling wave on a stretched string of linear density 5 g/m is y = 0.03 sin (450 t – 9x)

where distance and time are measured in SI units. The tension in the string is :

5 g/m js[kh; ?kuRo okyh ruh gqbZ Mksjh esa izxkeh rja x dk lehdj.k fuEu gS % y = 0.03 sin (450 t – 9x) tgk¡ nwjh

vkSj le; SI ek=kdksa esa gSA Mksjh esa ruko gS %

(1) 12.5 N (2) 7.5 N (3) 10 N (4) 5 N

Ans. (1)

Sol. k=9 = 450

v= = 50 m/s

k

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T

v=

T = v2 = 502 × 5 × 10–3 = 12.5N

26. The given graph shown variation (with distance r from centre) of :

fn;k x;k xzkQ (dsUnz ls nwjh r ds lkFk) cnyko fn[kkrk gS :

r0

r0 r

(1) Electric field of a uniformly charged sphere

(2) Potential of a uniformly charged spherical shell

(3) Potential of a uniformly charged sphere

(4) Electric field of a uniformly charged spherical shell

(1) lekosf'kr xksyh; dks'k dk fo|q r {ks=k

(2) lekosf'kr xksys dk foHko

(3) lekosf'kr xksyh; dks'k dk foHko

(4) lekosf'kr xksys dk fo|q r {ks=k

Ans. (2)

Sol. Theoritical lS)kfUrd

27. An electromagnetic wave of intensity 50 Wm–2 enters in a medium of refractive index 'n' without any

loss. The ratio of the magnitudes of electric fields, and the ratio of the magnitudes of magnetic field of

the wave before and after entering into the medium are respectively, given by :

50 Wm–2 rhoz rk dh ,d fo|q pqEcdh; rjax 'n' viorZ ukad ds ,d ek/;e esa fcuk fdlh {k; ds izso'k djus ds iwoZ

rFkk i'pkr~ fo|qr {ks=kksa dk vuqikr rFkk pqEcdh; {ks=kksa dk vuqikr Øe'k% gksaxsa %

1 1 1 1

(1) n, n (2)

n

, n

(3) n,

n

(4) ,

n n

Ans. (3)

E0

Sol. In air gok esa C

B0

In the medium of refractive index = n

ek/;e dk viorZukad = n

E C

B n

It is possible if ;g lEHko gS ;fn

E0

E= and B B0 n

n

B0 1 E0

, n

B n E

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28. Two equal resistances when connected in series to a battery, consume electric power of 60 W. If these

resistances are now connected in parallel combination to the same battery, the electric power

consumed will be :

nks cjkcj izfrjks/kksa dks tc Js.khØe esa ,d cSVjh ls tksM+rs gS rks ;s 60 W fo|qr 'kfDr dk miHkksx djrs gSaA ;fn bu

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(1) 120 W (2) 60 W (3) 30 W (4) 240 W

Ans. (4)

Sol.

R R

V

Pgenerated = 60W

V2

P = 60 =

2R

V2

= 120 watt

R

R

V

2V 2

Pgenerated = = 2(120) = 240 watt

R

29. An object is at a distance of 20 m from a convex lens of focal length 0.3 m. The lens forms an image of

the object. If the object moves away from the lens at a speed of 5 m/s, the speed and direction of the

image will be :

(1) 0.92 × 10–3 m/s away from the lens (2) 3.22 × 10–3 m/s towards the lens

–3

(3) 1.16 × 10 m/s towards the lens (4) 2.26 × 10–3 m/s away from the lens

0.3 m Qksdl nwjh ds ,d mÙky ysal ls dksbZ oLrq 20 m dh nwjh ij gS A ysUl }kjk oLrq dk izfrfcEc curk gS A ;fn

;g oLrq ysUl ls nwj 5 m/s dh pky ls tkrh gS rks izfrfcEc dh pky vkSj fn'kk gksxh %

(1) 0.92 × 10–3 m/s ysUl ls nwj (2) 3.22 × 10–3 m/s ysUl ls nwj

(3) 1.16 × 10–3 m/s ysUl dh vksj (4) 2.26 × 10–3 m/s ysUl dh vksj

Ans. (3)

2 2

dv f du dv 0.3

Sol. 5 = 1.16 × 10–3 m/s towards lens ySal dh vksj

dt f u dt dt 0.3 – 20

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30. Three charges Q, +q and +q and placed at the vertices of a right-angle isosceles triangle as shown

below. The net electrostatic energy of the configuration is zero, if the value of Q is :

fn[kk;s x;s lehdj.kh; lef}ckgq f=kHkqt ds dksuksa ij rhu vkos'k Q, +q rFkk +q j[ks x;s gSA bl foU;kl dh dqy

fo|qRLFkSfrd ÅtkZ 'kwU; gksxh ;fn Q dk eku gS %

Q

+q +q

2q q

(1) + q (2) (3) –2q (4)

2 1 1 2

Ans. (2)

1 q2 Q 2 Qq 2q

Sol. = 0, Solving : Q = –

4 0 a a

2a ( 2 1)

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