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COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)

Date: 11 January, 2019 (SHIFT-2) | TIME : (2.30 p.m. to 5.30 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. In the experimental set up of meter bridge shown in the figure, the null point is obtained at a distance of

40 cm from A. If a 10 resistor is connected in series with R1, the null point shifts by 10 cm. The

resistance that should be connected in parallel with (R1 + 10) such that the null point shifts back to its

initial position is :

fn[kk;s x;s fp=kkuqlkj ehVj lsrq ds ,d iz;ksx esa A ls 40 cm nwjh ij 'kwU; fcUnq izkIr gksrk gSA ;fn 10 ds ,d

izfrjks/k dks R1 ds lkFk Js.kh Øe esa yxkrs gSa] rks 'kwU; fcUnq 10 cm foLFkkfir gks tkrk gSA og izfrjks/k ] ftldks

(R1 + 10) ds lkFk lekUrj Øe esa yxkus ls 'kwU; fcUnq iqu% viuh vkjfEHkd fLFkfr esa vk tkrk gS] gksuk pkfg;s:

R1 R2

A B

Ans. (1)

R1 R2

G

40cm

Sol.

R1 40 2

R 2 60 3

R1 10 50

=1

R2 50

R1 + 10 = R2

3

R1 + 10 = R1

2

1

10 = R1 R1 = 20

2

R1 10R

R1 10 R 2

R2 3

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R 2

1 3R = 2R1 + 20 + 2R

R1 10 R 3

R = 2R1 + 20

R = (40 + 20) = 60

2.

A particle moves from the point 2.0 î 4.0 ĵ m, at t = 0, with an initial velocity 5.0 î 4.0 ĵ ms 1 . It is

acted upon by a constant force which produces a constant force which produces a constant

acceleration 4.0 î 4.0ˆj ms 2 . What is the distance of the particle from the origin at time 2 s?

le; t = 0 ij ,d d.k fcUnq 2.0 î 4.0 ĵ m ls] vkjfEHkd osx, 5.0 î 4.0 ĵms 1 ls xfr'khy gSA ;g ,d fLFkj

Roj.k 4.0 î 4.0ˆjms 2 mRiUu djus okys ,d fLFkj cy ds izHkko esa pyrk gSA le; 2 s ij d.k dh ewy fcUnq ls

nwjh D;k gksxh ?

Ans. (1)

1

Sol. r ut at2

2

1

rf ri ut at 2

2

1

rf 2iˆ 4 ˆj 5iˆ 4 ˆj 2 4iˆ 4ˆj 22

2

= 2iˆ 4ˆj 10iˆ 8ˆj 8iˆ 8 ˆj = 20iˆ 20ˆj

rf 20 2 m

3. When 100g of a liquid A at 100°C is added to 50 g of a liquid B at temperature 75°C, the temperature of

the mixture becomes 90°C. The temperature of the mixture, if 100g of liquid A at 100°C is added to

50 g of liquid B at 50°C, will be:

100g æO;eku rFkk 100°C rkieku okys æo A dks 50 g æO;eku rFkk 75°C rkieku okys nwljs æo B ds lkFk

feykrs gSa rks feJ.k dk rkieku 90°C gks tkrk gSA ;fn 100g æO;eku rFkk 100°C rkieku okys æo A dks

50 g æO;eku rFkk 50°C okys æo B ds lkFk feyk;s rks feJ.k dk rkieku gks xk %

Ans. (1)

Sol. 1st condition fLFkfr :

Qg = Q

100 × SA × (100 – 90) = 50 × SB × (90 – 75) …(i)

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2nd condition fLFkfr :

g =

100 × SA (100 – ) = 50 × SB(–50) …(ii)

dividing (ii) by (i)

100 50

100 90 90 75

300 – 3 = 2 – 100

= 80°C

4. A circular disc D1 of mass M and radius R has two identical discs D2 and D3 of the same mass M and

radius R attached rigidly at its opposite ends (see figure.) The moment of inertia of the system about

the axis OO', passing through the centre of Dv as shown in the figure, will be:

æO;eku M rFkk f=kT;k R dh ,d fMLd D1 ls leku æO;eku M rFkk f=kT;k R dh nks fMLd D2 rFkk D3 dks vkeus

lkeus n`<+rkiwoZd tksM+k x;k gS ¼fp=k nsf[k;s½A bl la;kstu dk] fn[kk;s x;s fp=kkuqlkj D1 ds dsUæ ls xqtjus okyh

v{k OO' ds lkis{k] tM+Ro vk?kw.kZ gksxk:

O'

O

D2 D3

D1

2 4

(1) MR 2 (2) MR2 (3) 3 MR2 (4) MR2

3 5

Ans. (3)

Sol. I0 = (M.I. of A & B) + (M.I. of C)

MR 2 MR 2

I0 = MR 2 2

4 2

5MR 2 MR 2

= = 3MR2

2 2

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5. A particle of mass m is moving in a straight line with momentum p. Starting at time t = 0, a force F = kt

acts in the same direction on the moving particle during time interval T so that its momentum changes

from p to 3p. Here k is a constant. The value of T is:

m æO;eku dk ,d d.k la osx p ls ,d lh/kh js[kk esa tk jgk gS A le; t = 0 ls vkjEHk djds mlh fn'kk esa ,d cy

F = kt bl xfreku d.k ij le;kUrjky T rd yxrk gS rks] bldk la osx p ls cnydj 3p gks tkrk gS A ;gk¡ k ,d

fLFkjkad gSA T dk eku gS:

2k k p 2p

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

p p k k

Ans. (3)

dp dp

Sol. F= Kt =

dt dt

3P t

Kt 2 P

P

dP Ktdt

0

3P – P =

2

t= 2

K

6. A simple pendulum of length 1 m is oscillating with an angular frequency 10 rad/s. The support of the

pendulum starts oscillating up and down with a small angular frequency of 1 rad/s and an amplitude of

10–2 m. The relative change in the angular frequency of the pendulum is best given by :

1 m yEckbZ dk ,d ljy yksyd dks.kh; vko`fÙk 10 rad/s ls nksyu dj jgk gS A yksyd dk vk/kkj Åij rFkk uhps

,d vYi dks.kh; vko`fÙk 1 rad/s ls] rFkk 10–2 m vk;ke ls, nksyu vkjEHk djrk gSA yksyd dh dks.kh; vko`fÙk esa

vkisf{kd ifjorZu lcls vPNk fn;k tkrk gS %

(1) 10–5 rad/s (2) 10–3 rad/s (3) 1 rad/s (4) 10–1 rad/s

Ans. (2)

g

Sol. Angular Frequency

g

1 g

2 g

g is due to oscillation of support .

g = 22A1 Where 1 is the angular frequency of oscillation of support

A1 Amplitude of oscillation

1 212 A 1

2 g

1 2 12 10 2

= = 10–3.

2 10

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7. An amplitude modulated signal is plotted below :

,d vk;ke&ekWMqfyr flXuy dks fp=k esa fn[kk;k x;k gS %

V(t)

10V

8V

100 s 8 s

Which one of the following best describes the above signal ?

fuEu esa ls dkSu mijksDr flXuy dks lcls vPNk n'kkZrk gS \

(1) (9 + sin(2.5 × 105t))sin(2 × 104t) V

(2) (1 + 9sin(2 × 104t))sin(2.5 × 105t)V

(3) (9 + sin(2 × 104t))sin(2.5 × 105t)V

(4) (9 + sin(4 × 104t))sin(5 × 105t)V

Ans. (3)

2

Sol. s = = 2 × 104s–1

100 10 – 6

2

c = = 2.5 × 105s–1

8 10 – 6

Vmax = Vc + Vs = 10

Vmin = Vc – Vs = 8

Vc = 9mV

Vs = 1mV

Equation of AM wave AM rjax dk lehdj.k

VAM = (Vc + Vs sin st) sin ct

= {9 + sin (2 × 104)t} × sin(2.5 × 105t) (In mV)

8. In a process, temperature and volume of one mole of an ideal monatomic gas are varied according to

the relation VT = K, where K is a constant. In this process the temperature of the gas is increased by

T. The amount of heat absorbed by gas is (R is gas constant)

,d izØe esa] ,d vkn'kZ ,dijek.kqd xSl ds ,d eksy dk vk;ru o rkieku] lEcU/k VT = K f}kjk cnyrk gS] tgk¡

fd K ,d fu;rkad gSA bl izfØ;k esa xSl dk rkieku T c<+ tkrk gSA xSl }kjk vo'kksf"kr Å"ek dk eku gS % (R

,d xSl fLFkjkad gS)

1 1 3 2K

(1) RT (2) KRT (3) RT (4) T

2 2 2 3

Ans. (1)

Sol. VT = K

From ideal gas equation pv = nRT

PV2 = Constant

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P1V1 P2 V2 (T T2 ) nRT

For polytrophic w = = nR 1 = nRT

x 1 x 1 2 1

Q = u + w

3 1

Q= RT – nRT = RT

2 2

9. A 27 mW laser beam has a cross-sectional area of 10mm2. The magnitude of the maximum electric

field in this electromagnetic wave is given by:

[Given permittivity of space 0 = 9 × 10–12 SI units, speed of light c = 3 × 108 m/s]

27 mW ds ,d yslj fdj.kiq¡t ds vuqizLFk dkV dk {ks=kQy 10mm2 gSA bl fo|q r pqE cdh; rjax ds egÙke oS |q r

{ks=k dk ifjek.k gksxk ¼fn;k gS fuokZr dh fo|qr'khyrk 0 = 9 × 10–12 SI ek=kd esa izdk'k dh pky c = 3 × 108 m/s]

(1) 1 kV/m (2) 1.4 kV/m (3) 0.7 kV/m (4) 2kV/m

Ans. (2)

P 1

Sol. I= 0E 20C

A 2

2P 2 27 10 –3 36 10 9

E0 = = 1.4 Kv/m

0 CA 3 10 8 10 10 – 6

10. A particle of mass m and charge q is in an electric and magnetic field given by E 2 î 3 ĵ ; B 4ˆj 6k̂ .

The charged particle is shifted from the origin to the point P(x = 1; y = 1) along a straight path. The

magnitude of the total work done is :

æO;eku m rFkk vkos'k q dk ,d d.k E 2 î 3 ĵ ; B 4ˆj 6k̂ . }kjk fn;s x;s fo|qr ,oa pqEcdh; {ks=k esa gSA bl

vkos'k dks ewy fcUnq ls fcUnq P(x = 1; y = 1) rd ,d lh/kh js[kk ds iFk ds vuqxr foLFkkfir djrs gSaA fd;s x;s

dqy dk;Z dk ifjek.k gS:

(1) 5q (2) (2.5)q (3) (0.35) q (4) (0.15)q

Ans. (1)

Sol. Work done by magnetic is = 0

work done by = [(2 × 1) + (3 × 1)]q = 5q

11. A copper wire is wound on a wooden frame, whose shape is that of each side of the frame is increased

by a factor of 3, keeping the number of turns of the coil per unit length of the frame the same, then the

self inductance of the coil :

rk¡cs ds rkj dks ,d ydM+h ds [kk¡ps] ftldk vkdkj ,d leckgq f=kHkqt gS] ij yisVk x;k gSA [kk¡ps dh izfr yEckbZ

ds Qsjksa dh la[;k leku j[krs gq,] ;fn [kk¡ps dh izR;sd Hkqtk dh js[kh; foek;sa 3 ds xq.kkad ls c<+k nh tk;s arks

dq.Myh esa Loiszsj.k:

(1) increases by a factor of 3 (2) decreases by a factor of 9 3

(3) increases by a factor of 27 (4) decreases by a factor of 9

(1) 3 ds xq.kkad ls c<+sxk (2) 9 3 ds xq .kkad ls ?kVsxk

(3) 27 ds xq.kkad ls c<+sxk (4) 9 ds xq.kkad ?kVsxk

Ans. (1)

Sol. Self inductance Loizsj.k L

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12. A thermometer graduated according to a linear scale reads a value x0 when in contact with ice. What is

the temperature of an object in °C, if this thermometer in the contact with the object reads x0/2?

js[kh; Ldsy ds vuqlkj ekikafdr ,d rkiekih (thermometer) dk ikB~;kad mcyrs gq, ikuh ds lEidZ esa x0 rFkk

cQZ ds lEidZ esa x0/3 vkrk gSA bl rkiekih dks fdlh oLrq ds lEidZ esa j[kus ij bldk ikB~;kad x0/2 vkrk gS rks]

oLrq dk rkieku °C esa D;k gS \

(1) 35 (2) 60 (3) 25 (4) 40

Ans. (3)

X0 X0

–

Sol. 2 3 C–0

X0 100 – 0

X0 –

3

1 C

C = 25°C

4 100

13. In a hydrogen like atom, when an electron jumps from the M – shell to the L - shell, the wavelength of

emitted radiation is . If an electron jumps from N-shell to the L-shell, the wavelength of emitted

radiation will be :

,d gkbMªkstu leku ijek.kq esa] tc bysDVªkWu M – d{kk ls L –d{kk esa laØe.k djrk gS] rks mRlftZr fofdj.k dh

rjaxnS/;Z gSA ;fn bysDVªkWu N-d{kk ls L-d{kk esa laØe.k djs rks mRlftZr fofdj.k dh rjaxnS/;Z gksxh:

16 25 20 27

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

25 16 27 20

Ans. (3)

Sol. From M orbit to L orbit : M d{kk ls L d{kk ds fy,

hc 1 1

(13.6eV)Z 2 …(i)

1 4 9

From N orbit to L orbit : N d{kk ls L d{kk ds fy,

hc 1 1

(13.6eV)Z 2 …(ii)

2 4 16

dividing (i) by (ii)

2 5 64 20 20

2 = 1

1 36 12 27 27

14. The mass and the diameter of a planet are three times the respective values for the Earth. The period

of oscillation of a simple pendulum on the Earth is 2 s. The period of oscillation of the same pendulum

on the planet would be:

,d xzg dk æO;eku rFkk O;kl] i`Foh dh laxr jkf'k;ksa dk rhu xquk gSA i`Foh ij ,d ljy yksyd dk vkorZdky 2

s gSA mlh yksyd dk xzg ij vkorZ dky gksxk:

3 2 3

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

2 3 2

Ans. (4)

2

GM gp RMp

Sol. g= , e =3× 1 = 1

R2 ge Me Rp

9 3

l Tp ge

T = 2 , 3

g Te gp

Tp = 3 Te

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Time period at earth for seconds pendulum = 2sec.

i`Foh ij lsd.M+ yksyd dk vkorZdky = 2sec.

Tp = 2 3 sec.

15. Seven capacitors, each of capacitance 2F. are to be connected in a configuration to obtain an

6

effective capacitance of F . Which of the combinations, shown in figures below, will achieve the

13

desired value?

6

2F /kkfjrk ds 7 la/kkfj=kksa dks ,d la;kstu esa tksM+us ij izHkkoh /kkfjrk F izkIr gks rh gSA fn[kk;s x;s fp=kksa esa

13

ls dkSu lk la;kstu bfPNr eku nsxk?

(1) (2)

(3) (4)

Ans. (3)

Sol.

1 2 3

C12 = 6 F

2 1

C23 = = F

4 2

1

6

C13 = 2 3 6 F

1 13 13

6

2 2

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16. A metal ball of mass 0.1 kg is heated upto 500°C and dropped into a vessel of heat capacity 800 JK –1

and containing 0.5 kg water. The initial temperature of water and vessel is 30°C. What is the

approximate percentage increment in the temperature of the water? [Specific Heat Capacities of water

and metal are, respectively, 4200 Jkg–1K–1 and 400Jkg–1K–1]

0.1 kg æO;eku dh /kkrq dh ,d xsan dks 500°C rd xeZ djrs gSa vkSj 800 JK–1 Å"ek/kkfjrk okys ,d ik=k] ftlesa

0.5 kg ikuh gS] ds vUnj Mky ns rs gSaA ikuh rFkk ik=k dk vkjfEHkd rkieku 30°C gSA ikuh ds rkieku esa gqbZ izfr'kr

o`f) yxHkx d;k gS\ ¼ikuh rFkk /kkrq dh fof'k"V Å"ek/kkfjrk;sa Øe'k% 4200 Jkg–1K–1 rFkk 400Jkg–1K–1 gSa]

(1) 30% (2) 25% (3) 15% (4) 20%

Ans. (4)

Sol. Considering the subscript for ball as 'b', for water as 'w' and for container as 'c' and applying principle of

calorimetry (assuming final temperature = T°C)

mbsb(500 – T) = mw sw (T – 30) + mc sc (T – 30)

0.1 × 400 (500 – T) = 0.5 × 4200 (T – 30) + 800 (T – 30)

20000 – 40T = 2100T – 63000 + 800T – 24000

2940T = 107000

10700

T= = 36.4 °C

294

6.4 _ 21%

% rise in temperature = ×100% ~

30

Sol. xsan dks 'b', ikuh dks 'w' ls rFkk dUVsuj dks 'c' ls iznf'kZr djrs gSaA vc Å"ekferh fl)kUr yxkus ij (vafre rkieku

= T°C ekusa)

mbsb(500 – T) = mw sw (T – 30) + mc sc (T – 30)

0.1 × 400 (500 – T) = 0.5 × 4200 (T – 30) + 800 (T – 30)

20000 – 40T = 2100T – 63000 + 800T – 24000

2940T = 107000

10700

T= = 36.4 °C

294

6.4 _ 21%

rkieku esa % o`f) = ×100% ~

30

17. Two rods A and B of identical dimensions are at temperature 30°C. If A is heated upto 180°C and B

upto T°C, then the new lengths are the same. If the ratio of the coefficients of linear expansion of A and

B is 4 : 3, then the value of T is :

,dleku vkdkj dh nks NM+ A rFkk B, 30°C rkieku ij gSaA ;fn A dks 180°C rFkk B dks T°C rd xeZ djrs gSa

rks budh ubZ yEckbZ;k¡ leku gSaA ;fn A rFkk B ds js[kh; izlkj xq.kkadksa dk vuqikr 4 : 3 gS rks] T dk eku gS :

(1) 270°C (2) 200°C (3) 230°C (4) 250°C

Ans. (3)

Sol. Changing in length in both rods are same

=

111 = 222

4 × (180 – 30) = (T – 30)3

T = 230

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18. If speed (V), acceleration (A) and force (F) are considered as fundamental units, the dimension of

Young's modulus will be :

;fn xfr (V) Roj.k (A) rFkk cy (F) dks ewy HkkSfrd bdkb;k¡ ekusa rks] ;ax izR;kLFkrk xq.kkad dh foek gksxh:

(1) V–4A2F (2) V–2A2F–2 (3) V–4A–2F (4) V–2A2F2

Ans. (1)

Sol. Let Y = f(V, F, A)

Y = K Vx Fy Az, K Unit less foek jfgr

[Y] = [V]x [F]y [A]z

[ML–1T–2] = [LT–1]x [MLT–2]y [LT–2]z

[M] [L–1] [T–2] = [M]y [Lx+y+z] [T–x–2y–2z]

y = 1, x + y + z = –1 ; –x – 2y – 2z = 2

x + z = –2 x + 2y + 2z = 2

z = 2, x = –4 x + 2z = 0

[Y] = [V–4 F A2]

fn;s x;s ifjiFk esa A rFkk B ds chp foHkokUrj gS :

1 1V

M

5 1 2V 10

A B

D C

1 3V

N

(1) 1 V (2) 3 V (3) 6 V (4) 2V

Ans. (4)

1 2 3

1 2 3 6

Sol. VAB = 1 1 1 = 2 volt

1 1 1 3 3

1 1 1

20. In a double-slit experiment, green light (5303Å) falls on a double slit having a separation of 19.44 m

The number of bright fringes between the first and second diffraction minima is :

,d f}&f>jh iz;ksx esa] gjk izdk'k (5303Å) f}&f>jh ij iM+rk gSA f>fj;ksa ds chp dh nwjh 19.44 m rFkk budh

pkSM+kbZ 4.05 m gSA izFke rFkk f}rh; foorZu fufEu"B ds chp esa fdruh nhIr fÝatsa gSa:

(1) 09 (2) 05 (3) 04 (4) 10

Ans. (3)

Angle subtended by first and second diffraction minima on the screen =

a

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angular fringe width =

d

d 19.44

no. of bright fringes = = = 4.81

a a 4.05

d

21. An electric field of 1000 V/m is applied to an electric dipole at angle of 45°. The value of electric dipole

moment is 10–29 C.m. What is the potential energy of the electric dipole ?

1000 V/m ds ,d fo|qr {ks=k dks 45° dks.k ij ,d fo|q r f}/kzqo ij yxkrs gSaA fo|q r f}/kzq o vk?kw.kZ dk eku 10–29

C.m. gSA fo|q r f}/kzqo dh fLFkfrt ÅtkZ D;k gS \

(1) –9 × 10–20 J (2) –7 × 10–27 J (3) –10 × 10–29 J (4) –20 × 10–18 J

Ans. (2)

Sol. Electric potential energy of dipole is f}/kzqo dh fo|q r fLFkfrt ÅtkZ gS

U = –pE Cos

U = –10–29 × 1000 cos45°

1

= 10 26 5 2 10 27 J –7 × 10–27 J

2

22. The region between y = 0 and y = d contains a magnetic field B Bẑ. A particle of mass m and charge

mv

q enters the region with a velocity v v î . If d = , the acceleration of the charged particle at the

2qB

point of its emergence at the other side is :

y = 0 rFkk y = d ds chp ds {ks=k esa ,d leku pq ecdh; {ks=k B Bẑ. fo|eku gSA æO;eku m rFkk vkos'k q dk ,d

mv

d.k] osx v v î ls bl {ks=k esa izos'k djrk gSA ;fn d = gS] rks nwljh vksj ls ckgj fudyus okys fcUnq ij]

2qB

vkosf'kr d.k dk Roj.k gksxk:

qvB 1 3 qvB î ĵ

(1) î ĵ (2)

m 2 2 m 2

qvB ĵ î qvB 3 1

(3) (4) î ĵ

m 2 m 2 2

Ans. (Bonus)

Sol. In question, entry point of particle is not given

Assuming particle enters from (0, d)

mv r

r , d

qB 2

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(0,d)

(0,0) 30° V

Fm

r/2

r

C

qVB 3 î ĵ

a=

m 2

this option is not given in the all above four choices

23. A pendulum is executing simple harmonic motion and its maximum kinetic energy is K1. If the length of

the pendulum is doubled and it performs simple harmonic motion with the same amplitude as in the first

case, its maximum kinetic energy is K2. Then :

,d yksyd ljy vkorZ xfr dj jgk gS vkSj bldh vf/kdre xfrt ÅtkZ K1 gSA ;fn yksyd dh yEckbZ nkxquh dj

nsa vkSj ;g igys ds leku vk;ke ls gh ljy vkorZ xfr djrk gS rks bldh vf/kdre xfrt ÅtkZ K2 gSA rc.:

K1 K1

(1) K2 = (2) K2 =2K1 (3) K2 = K1 (4) K2 =

2 4

Ans. (2)

1 1

Sol. Maximum kinetic energy = m2A2 vf/kdre xfrt ÅtkZ= m2A2

2 2

g

=

L

A = L

1 g 1

KE = m × L22 , KE = mgL2

2 L 2

1

K1 = mgL2

2

If length is doubled ;fn yEckbZ nksxquh gS

1

K2 = mg (2L)2 [Here we are assuming angular amplitude is same]

2

[;gk¡ ge ekurs gS fd dks.kh; vk;ke leku gS]

1

mgl 2

K1 1

2 =

K2 1 2

mg2L 2

2

K2 = 2K1

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24. A galvanometer having a resistance of 20 and 30 divisions on both sides has figure of merit 0.005

ampere/division. The resistance that should be connected in series such that it can be used as a

voltmeter upto 15 volt, is :

,d /kkjkekih ftldk izfrjks/k 20 gS rFkk nksuksa vkSj 30 Hkkx gSa] dh /kkjk lqxzkfgrk 0.005 ,fEi;j@Hkkx gSA fdruk

izfrjks/k Js.khc) Øe esa yxk;sa fd] bldks 15 volt rd ds ,d oksYVehVj ds :I esa iz;ksx fd;k tk lds :

(1) 80 (2) 100 (3) 120 (4) 125

Ans. (1)

Sol. Full deflection current Ig = nk = 30 × 0.005

15 = 0.005 × 30 × 20 + 30 × 0.005 × R

R = 80

25. A paramagnetic substance in the form of a cube with sides 1 cm has a magnetic dipole moment of 20×

10–6J/T when a magnetic intensity of 60 × 103 A/m is applied. Its magnetic susceptibility is

1 cm Hkqtk ds ?ku:ih vuqpqEcdh; inkFkZ ij] pqE cdh; rhoz rk 60 × 103 A/m yxkus ij mldk pqEcdh; f}/kzqo vk?kw.kZ

20× 10–6J/T gks rk gS A bldh pqEcdh; izo`fÙk gS %

(1) 4.3 × 10–2 (2) 2.3 × 10–2 (3) 3.3 × 10–4 (4) 3.3 × 10–2

Ans. (3)

Sol. I = xH

20 10 6

= x 60 × 103

10 6

1

x= × 10–3 = 3.3 × 10–4

3

26. A monochromatic light is incident at a certain angle on an equilateral triangular prism and suffers

minimum deviation. If the refractive index of the material of the prism is 3 , then the angle of incidence

is :

,d ,do.khZ; izdk'k fdlh leckgq f=kHkqth; fizTe ij ,d fuf'pr dks.k ij vkifrr gksrk gS vkSj mldk U;wure

fopyu gksrk gSA ;fn fizTe ds inkFkZ dk viorZukad 3 gks] rks vkiru dks.k gS :

(1) 30º (2) 90° (3) 60° (4) 45°

Ans. (3)

Sol.

A m 60 m

sin sin

2 , 2

n= 3 =

A 60

sin sin

2 2

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3 60 m

sin

2 2

60 min

60° = min = 60°

2

A min 60 60

i= = = 60°

2 2

27. The circuit shown below contains two ideal diodes, each with a forward resistance of 50. If battery

voltage is 6 V, the current through the 100 resistance (in Amperes) is :

fn[kk;s x;s ifjiFk esa nks vkn'kZ Mk;ksM gSa] ftuesa izR;sd dk vxzfnf'kd izf rjks/k 50gSA ;fn cSVjh dh oksyVrk 6 V

gS] rks 100ds izfrjks/k esa /kkjk (,fEi;j esa) gksxh :

D1

150

75

D2 100

6V

(1) 0.020 (2) 0.030 (3) 0.027 (4) 0.036

Ans. (1)

Sol. Since the second diode is reverse biased the simplified circuit is as shown in the figure

pqafd nwljk Mk;ksM foifjr i{kikrh gS] rks ljyhÑr ifjiFk fp=kkuqlkj gS %

6

I= = 0.02 A

300

28. A string is wound around a hollow cylinder of mass 5 kg and radius 0.5 m. If the string is now pulled

with a horizontal force of 40 N, and the cylinder is rolling without slipping on a horizontal surface (see

figure), then the angular acceleration of the cylinder will be (Neglect the mass and thickness of the

string):

5 kg æO;eku rFkk 0.5 m f=kT;k ds ,d [kks[ksys csyu ij ,d Mksjh dks yisVk x;k gS A ;fn Mksjh dks vc 40 N ds

{kSfrt cy ls [khapk tkr;s vkSj] csyu fcuk fQlys {kSf rt lery ij yq<+drk gS ¼fp=k nsf[k;s½ rks] csyu dk dks.kh;

Roj.k gksxk ¼Mksjh dk æO;eku rFkk eksVkbZ ux.; gS½,:

40N

Ans. (2)

Sol. Taking torque about the point of contact

lEidZ fcUnq ds lkis{k cyk?kw.kZ

40 × [1] = [mr2 + mr2]

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1

40 = 2m ×

4

1

40 = 2 × 5 × .

4

= 16 rad/s2

29. The magnitude of torque on a particle of mass 1 kg is 2.5 Nm about the origin. If the force acting on it is

1 N, and the distance of the particle from the origin is 5 m, the angle between the force and the position

vector is (in radians) :

1 kg æO;eku ij ewy fcUnq ds lkis{k cy vk?kw.kZ dk ifjek.k 2.5 Nm gSA ;fn bl ij yxus okyk cy 1 N gS] rFkk

d.k dh ewy fcUnq ls nwjh 5 m gS rks cy rFkk fLFkfr lfn'k ds chp dks.k (jsfM;u esa) gS :

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

6 4 8 3

Ans. (1)

Sol. r F

= rF sin

2.5 = 5 × 1 × sin = 30°

30. In a photoelectric experiment, the wavelength of the light incident on a metal is changed from 300 nm to

hc

400 nm. The decrease in the stopping potential is close to : ( = 1240 nm–V)

e

izdk'k&fo|qr izHkko ds ,d iz;ksx esa /kkrq ij vkifrr izdk'k dh rjaxnS/;Z 300 nm ls cnydj 400 nm djrs gSaA

hc

fujks/kh foHko esa deh gksxh] yxHkx ¼fn;k gS = 1240 nm–V)

e

(1) 2.0 V (2) 0.5 V (3) 1.0 V (4) 1.5 V

Ans. (3)

1240

Sol. Vs1

300

1240

Vs2

400

1240 1240

Vs1 Vs2

300 400

= 4.13 – 3.1

= 1.03

1

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