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COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)

Questions & Solutions

Date: 12 April, 2019 (SHIFT-2) | TIME: 02.30 P.M. to 05.30 P.M.

SUBJECT: PHYSICS

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1. A transparent cube of side d, made of a material of refractive index 2, is immersed in a liquid of

refractive index 1(1<2). A ray is incident on the face AB at an angle (shown in the figure). Total

internal reflection takes place at point E on the face BC.

viorZukad 1 ds ,d æo esa viorZukad 2(1<2) ds ikjn'khZ xqVds dks Mqck;k tkrk gSA izdk'k dh ,d fdj.k bl

xqVds ds i`"B AB ij æo ls fp=kkuqlkj] dks.k ij vkifrr gksrh gSA i`"B BC ds fcUnq E ij iw.kZ vkUrfjd ijkorZu

gksus ds fy;s]

E

B C

1

A D

Then must satisfy :

dk eku dkSu lk lEcU/k lUrq"V djsxk \

22 22

(1) sin –1 –1 (2) sin –1 –1

12 12

1 1

(3) sin –1 (4) sin –1

2 2

Ans. (1)

Sol.

1sin = 2sinr1

90 – r1 > C

sin(90 – r1) > sin c

cos r1 > sin c

cosr1 > 1

2

2

sin

1 1 1

2 2

2

12 12 22 12

1 sin 2 > sin2 sin 1 2 1

22 22 12 1

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2. A spring whose unscratched length is l has a force constant k. The spring is cut into two pieces of

unstretched length l1 and l2 where l1 = n l2 and n is an integer. The ratio k 1 / k2 of the corresponding force

constants, k1 and k2 will be –

,d fLizax dh Lora=k yEckbZ l rFkk cy fu;rkad k gSA bls dkVdj l1 rFkk l2 Lora=k yEckbZ dh nks fLizaxksa esa ck¡Vrs gSaA

l1 = n l2 gS] tgk¡ n ,d iw.kk±d gSA buls lEc) cy fu;rkadksa k1 rFkk k2 dk vuqikr k1 / k2 gksxk -

1 1

(1) n (2) (3) n2 (4) 2

n n

Ans. (2)

Sol. k11 = k22 = k

k1 2 1

= 2

k 2 1 n 2 n

3. Figure shows a DC voltage regulator circuit, with a Zener diode of breakdown voltage = 6V. If the

unregulated input voltage varies between 10 V to 16V, then what is the maximum Zener current?

fp=k esa Hkatu oksYVrk = 6V ds tsuj Mk;ksM ls cuk;k fo|qr fu;a=kd ifjiFk fn[kk;k x;k gSA ;fn vfu;af=kr fuosf'kr

foHko 10 V rFkk 16V ds chp cnyrk gS rks tsuj Mk;ksM esa vf/kdre /kkjk dk eku gksxk%

IS

RS = 2k

IZ

RL = 4k

Ans. (3)

Sol.

6

i1 = = 1.5 mA

4

Maximum current will be obtained for battery voltage 16V

16 6

i= = 5mA iz (max) = 5 – 1.5 = 3.5 mA

2

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4. Two particles are projected form the same point with the same speed u such that they have the same

range R, but different maximum heights, h1 and h2. Which of the following is correct?

nks d.kksa dks ,d gh fcUnq ls ,d gh pky u ls iz{ksfir fd;k trk gS ftlls mudh ijkl R cjkcj gSa fdUrq vf/kdre

Å¡pkb;k¡ h1 rFkk h2 fHkUu gSaA fuEu esa ls lR; dFku pqfu;sA

(1) R2 = 2 h1h2 (2) R2 = 16h1h2

(3) R2 = 4 h1h2 (4) R2 = h1h2

Ans. (2)

Sol. R is same for and (90 – ) angle of projection

2u2 sin cos u 2 sin 2 u2 cos2

R= , h1 = ; h2 =

g 2g 2g

R2 =

g g

R2 = 4.2h1 2h2

R2 = 16 h1 h2

5. The number density of molecules of a gas depends on their distance r from the origin as,

n(r) = n0 e – r . Then the total number of molecules is proportional to:

4

,d xSl ds v.kqvksa dk la[;k ?kuRo ewy fcUnq ls nwjh r ij fuEu <+ax ls fuHkZj gS] n(r) = n0 e – r A rks bl xSl ds

4

(1) n0 1/ 4 (2) n0 –3 / 4 (3) n0 –3 (4) n0 1/ 2

Ans. (2)

2

Sol. Total molecule =

0

6. A diatomic gas with rigid molecules does 10 J of work when expended at constant pressure. What

would be the heat energy absorbed by the gas, in this process?

,d n`<+ v.kqvksa okyh f}ijek.kqd xSl dk tc fu;r nkc ij izlkj gksrk gS rks og 10 J dk;Z djrh gSA bl izØe esa

xSl }kjk vo'kksf"kr Å"ek dk eku gksxk?

(1) 35J (2) 25J (3) 30J (4) 40J

Ans. (1)

f 7

Sol. Q = 1 nRT = × 10 = 35J

2 2

7. Let a total charge 2Q be distributed in a sphere of radius R, with the charge density given by (r) = kr,

where r is the distance from the centre. Two charges A and B, of –Q each, are placed on diametrically

opposite points, at equal distance, a, from the centre. If A and B do not experience any force, then :

dqy vkos'k 2Q dks f=kT;k R ds xksys esa bl izdkj forfjr djrs gSa fd vkos'k ?kuRo lEcU/k (r) = kr, ls fn;k tkrk

gS tgk¡ r dsUæ ls nwjh gSA nks cjkcj –Q vkos'kksa A rFkk B dks dsUæ ls a nwjh ij O;klh; foijhr fcUnqvksa ij j[kk x;k

gSA ;fn A vkSj B dksbZ cy vuqHko ugha djrs gSa] rks:

3R

(1) a (2) a = 2–1/4R (3) a = 8–1/4R (4) a = R / 3

21/ 4

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Ans. (3)

Sol.

2Q

a a

–Q Q

kr 4r dr = 2Q

2

a

kr4r dr

2

2

KQ

= KQ 0

4a 2 a2

KQ2 a2

= Q Kk4

4a 2 4

KQ2 2Q

= QK 4 a2

4a 2

R

R = a81/4

8. A particle is moving with speed = b x along positive x-axis. Calculate the speed of the particle at

time t = (assume that the particle is at origin at t = 0).

,d d.k pky = b x ls /kukRed x-v{k dh fn'kk esa py jgk gSA le; t = ij d.k dh pky gksxh % (ekuk fd

t = 0 ij d.k ewy fcUnq ij gSA).

b2 b2 b2

(1) b2 (2) (3) (4)

4 2 2

Ans. (4)

Sol. v = bx1/2

dx

= bx1/2

dt

x t

dx

x

0

1/ 2

= bdt

0

2 x = bt

b2t 2 dx b2 t

x= v =

4 dt 2

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9. The electron in a hydrogen atom first jumps from the third excited state to the second excited state and

subsequently to the first excited state. the ratio of the respective wavelength 1/2 , of the photons

emitted in this process is :

,d gkbMªkstu ijek.kq esa bysDVªkWu igys rhljh mÙksftr voLFkk ls nwljh mÙksftr voLFkk esa vkSj rRi'pkr~ nwljh ls

izFke mÙksftr voLFkk esa tkrk gSA bu nks laØe.kksa esa mRlftZr QksVkWuksa ds laxr rjaxnS/;ks± dk vuqikr 1/2 gksxk:

(1) 20/7 (2) 7/5 (3) 9/7 (4) 27/5

Ans. (1)

1 1 1 7R

Sol. = R 2 – 2 = ………….. (1)

1 3 4 144

1 1 1 5R

= R 2 – 2 = ………….. (2)

2 2 3 36

1 5R 144 20

(2) / (1) = =

2 36 7R 7

10. Consider the LR circuit shown in the figure. If the switch S is closed at t = 0 then the amount of charge

L

that passes through the battery between t = 0 and t = is :

R

fp=k esa ,d LR ifjiFk n'kkZ;k gSA ;fn t = 0 ij dq¡th S dks cUn djrs gSa] rks lsy ls fudyus okys vkos'k dk eku

L

le;kUrjky t = 0 ls t = ds chp gksxk :

R

L R

E S

2.7EL 7.3EL EL EL

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

R 2

R 2

2.7R 2

7.3R 2

Ans. (3)

Sol. i= (1 – e–t/) where = L/R

R

dq

= (1 – e–t/)

dt R

q

0

dq = R (1 – e

0

–t/) dt

e–t /

q= t –

R – 1/

0

q= –

R e

L L

q= = =

R e eR 2 2.7R 2

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11. A tuning fork of frequency 480 Hz is used in an experiment for measuring speed of sound () in air by

resonance tube method. Resonance is observed to occur at two successive lengths of the air column,

l1 = 30 cm and l2 = 70 cm. Then is equal to :

vuqukn uyh fof/k }kjk ok;q esa /ofu dh pky (v) Kkr djus ds fy;s ,d iz;ksx esa 480 Hz vko`fÙk ds Lofj=k dk

mi;ksx djrs gSaA ok;q LrEHk dh nks mÙkjksÙkj yEckb;ksa l1 = 30 cm rFkk l2 = 70 cm ds fy;s vuqukn izkIr gksrs gSaA rc

dk eku gS:

(1) 338 ms–1 (2) 332 ms–1 (3) 384 ms–1 (4) 379ms–1

Ans. (3)

Sol. = 40 cm = 0.8 m

2

f = 480 Hz Vsound = f = 480 × 0.8 = 384 m/s

12. A uniform cylindrical rod of length L and radius r, is made form a material whose Young's modulus of

Elasticity equal Y. When this rod is heated by temperature T and simultaneously subjected to a net

longitudinal compressional force F, its length remains unchanged. The coefficient of volume expansion,

of the material of the rod, is (nearly) equal to :

yEckbZ L rFkk f=kT;k r dh ,d ,dleku csyukdkj NM+ dk lax izR;kLFkrk xq.kkad Y gSA tc bl NM+ dk rkieku T

ls c<+krs gSa rFkk ml ij dqy vuqnS/;Z laihMu cy F yxkrs gSa rks mldh yEckbZ vifjofrZr jgrh gSA NM+ ds inkFkZ

ds vk;ru izlkj xq.kkad dk yxHkx eku gksxk:

(1) F/(3r2 YT) (2) 3F/ (r2YT) (3) 6F/ (r2YT) (4) 9F/(r2 YT)

Ans. (2)

F

Sol. =

A

F

YT =

r 2

F

=

YTr 2

3F

= 3 =

YTr 2

13. One kg of water at 20°C, is heated in an electric kettle whose heating element has a mean

(temperature averaged) resistance of 20. The rms voltage in the mains is 200V. Ignoring heat loss

from the kettle, time taken for water to evaporate fully, is close to :

[Specific heat of water = 4200 J/(kg°C), Latent heat of water = 2260kJ/kg]

ek/; izfrjks/k ¼rkieku vkSlr½ 20dh ,d fo|qr dsryh esa 20°C ds 1 kgikuh dks mckyrs gSaA fo|qr vkiwfrZ dh

rms oksYVrk 200V gSA dsryh ls Å"ek gkfu dks ux.; ekurs gq,] ikuh dks iw.kZr;k okf"ir gksus esa yxHkx le;

yxsxk:

[ikuh dh fof'k"V Å"ek = 4200 J/(kg°C), ikuh dh xqIr Å"ek = 2260kJ/kg]

(1) 16 minutes (2) 10 minutes (3) 22 minutes (4) 3 minutes

(1) 16 feuV (2) 10 feuV (3) 22 feuV (4) 3 feuV

Ans. (3)

V2

Sol. mST + mL = t

R

2002 t

20

t = 21.6m ~_ 22 minutes

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14. A solid sphere, of radius R acquires a terminal velocity 1 when falling (due to gravity) through a viscous

fluid having a coefficient of viscosity . The sphere is broken into 27 identical solid spheres. If each of

these spheres acquires a terminal velocity 2, when falling through the same fluid, the ratio (1/2)

equals :

f=kT;k R ds ,d Bksl xksys dk] ';urk xq.kkad ds ,d æo esa ¼xq:Roh; cy ds dkj.k½ lhekUr osx 1 gSA ;fn bl

Bksl xksys dks cjkcj f=kT;k ds 27 xksyksa esa ck¡Vk tk;s rks izR;sd xksys dk lhekUr osx blh æo esa 2 ik;k tkrk gS] rks

1/2 dk eku gksxk:

(1) 27 (2) 1/27 (3) 1/9 (4) 9

Ans. (4)

4

Sol. M = × R3

3

M 4

= × r3

27 3

R

r

3

VT (Radius)2

VT R2

=9

Vnew R / 32

VT

Vnew =

9

C(t) = 4 sin (20000 t) while modulating

signal is given by, m(t) = 2sin(2000t). The values of modulation index and lower side band frequency

are :

,d vk;keh ekWMqyu ifjiFk esa fuos'kh okgd rjax C(t) = 4 sin (20000 t) gS] tcfd ekWMqyu flXuy

m(t) = 2sin(2000t) gSA ekWMqyu lwpdkad rFkk fupyh ik'oZ cSaM vko`fÙk ds eku gksaxs %

(1) 0.3 and 9 kHz (2) 0.5 and 9 kHz

(3) 0.5 and 10 kHz (4) 0.4 and 10 kHz

Ans. (2)

A 2

Sol. M. = m 0.5

AC 4

FC – Fm = F = 10000 – 1000 = 9000 Hz

16. Half lives of two radioactive nuclei A and B are 10 minutes and 20 minutes, respectively. If initially a

sample has equal number of nuclei, then after 60 minutes, the ratio of decayed numbers of nuclei A and

B will be :

nks jsfM;ks/kehZ ukfHkdksa] A rFkk B, dh v)Zvk;q Øe'k% 10 feuV rFkk 20 feuV gSA ;fn ,d uewus esa vkjEHk esa nksuksa

ukfHkdksa dh la[;k cjkcj gS rks 60 feuV i'pkr~, A rFkk B {kf;r ukfHkdksa dh la[;k dk vuqikr gksxk:

(1) 1 : 8 (2) 3 : 8 (3) 9 : 8 (4) 8 : 1

Ans. (3)

6 3

1 1

Sol. N1 = N0 N2 = N0

2 2

N0 N1 9

N0 N2 8

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17. The ratio of the weights of a body on the Earth's surface to that on the surface of a planet is 9 : 4. The

1

mass of the planet is th of that of the Earth. If 'R' is the radius of the Earth, what is the radius of the

9

planet? (Take the planets to have the same mass density)

,d fi.M ds i`Foh rFkk ,d nwljs xzg dh lrg ij Hkkjksa dk vuqikr 9 : 4 gSA nwljs xzg dk æO;eku i`Foh ds æO;eku

1

dk gSA ;fn i`Foh dh f=kT;k 'R' gS rks xzg dh f=kT;k D;k gksxh \ (Tekuk fd nksuksa xzgksa dk æO;eku ?kuRo leku

9

gSA)

R R R R

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

9 4 3 2

Ans. (4)

GM1m

Sol. w1 =

R12

GM2m

w2 =

R 22

2

w1 M R2

= 1

w2 M2 R1

2

4 1 R2

=

9 9 R1

R1 1

=

R2 2

18. A block of mass 5kg is (i) pushed in case (A) and (ii) pulled in case (B), by a force F = 20N, making an

angle of 30° with the horizontal, as shown in the figures. The coefficient of friction between the block

and floor is = 0.2. The difference between the accelerations of the block, in case (B) and case (A) will

be : (g = 10ms–2)

5kg ds ,d xqVds dks {kSfrt ls 30° dks.k ij cy F = 20N ls fp=kkuqlkj (i) n'kk (A) esa /kdsyrs gSa rFkk (ii) n'kk

(B) esa [khaprs gSaA xqVds rFkk lery ds chp ?k"kZ.k xq.kkad = 0.2 gSA bu nks n'kkvksa (A) rFkk (B) esa xqVds ds

Roj.kksa ds vUrj dk eku gksxk % (g = 10ms–2)

F = 20N

30°

30°

F = 20N

(A) (B)

(1) 0.8 ms–2 (2) 0 ms–2 (3) 3.2 ms–2 (4) 0.4 ms–2

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Ans. (1)

Sol.

N1 = 50 + 10 = 60N N2 = 50 – 10 = 40N

FLim = 0.2 × 60 = 12N FLim = 0.2 × 40 = 8N

Fapplied > 12N Fapplied > 8N

f1 = 12N f1 = 8N

17.32 12 17.32 8

a1 a2

5 5

5.32

=

5

4

a1 – a2 =

5

4

a1 – a2| = = 0.8 m/s2

5

19. A Carnot engine has an efficiency of 1/6. When the temperature of the sink is reduced by 62°C, its

efficiency is doubled. The temperatures of the source and the sink are, respectively,

,d dkuksZ bZatu dh {kerk 1/6 gSA tc Å"ek dq.M (sink) dk rkieku 62°C de fd;k tkrk gS rks {kerk nksxquh gks

tkrh gSA Å"ek lzksr rFkk dq.M ds] Øe'k%] rkieku gksaxs :

(1) 124°C, 62°C (2) 99°C, 37°C (3) 37°C, 99°C (4) 62°C, 124°C

Ans. (3)

1 T

Sol. =1– C

6 TH

TC T – (62) T (62)

=1– C =1– C

TH TH TH TH

1 1 62

3 6 TH

62 1

TH = 372K

TH 6

1 T

=1– C

6 372

TC 5

372 6

5 372

TC = = 310K

6

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20. Two sources of sound S1 and S2 produce sound waves of same frequency 660Hz. A listener is moving

from source S1 towards S2 with a constant speed um/s and he hears 10 beats/s. The velocity of sound

is 330m/s. Then, u equals :

nks /ofu lzksr S1 rFkk S2 ,d gh vko`fÙk 660Hz dh /ofu mRiUu djrs gSaA ,d Jksrk S1 ls S2 dh rjQ fLFkj xfr u

m/s ls tkrs gq, izfr lsd.M 10 foLiUn lqurk gSA ;fn /ofu dh xfr 330m/s gS] rks u dk eku gksxk:

(1) 15.0 m/s (2) 10.0 m/s

(3) 2.5m/s (4) 5.5 m/s

Ans. (3)

Sol.

S1 u S2

f0=660Hz f0=660Hz

c–u

f1 = apparent frequency received from S1 = f0

c

c u

f2 = apparent frequency received from S2 = f0

c

c u c – u

beat frequency = f2 – f1 = – f0

c c

2u

= f0 = 10

c

2u 660

= 10

330

= u = 2.5 m/s

fn;s x;s ifjiFk esa 4 F /kkfjrk ds la/kkfj=k ij vkos'k dk eku gksxk:

1F

4F

5F

3F

10V

Ans. (4)

46

Sol. Q = Ceq V = 10C = 24 C

46

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22. A moving coil galvanometer, having a resistance G, produces full scales deflection when a current Ig

flows through it. This galvanometer can be converted into (i) an ammeter of range 0 to I0 (I0 > Ig) by

connecting a shunt resistance RA to it and (ii) into a voltmeter of range 0 to V(V = GI0) by connecting a

series resistance RV to it. Then,

izfrjks/k G ds ,d py dq.Myh /kkjkekih esa /kkjk Ig ij iw.kZ fo{ksi ik;k tkrk gSA bl /kkjkekih dks ijkl 0 ls I0 (I0 >

Ig) /kkjk ds vehVj esa ,d 'kaV izfrjks/k RA yxkdj ifjofrZr dj ldrs gSaA blh /kkjkekih dks ijkl 0 ls V (V = GI0)

ds oksYVehVj esa ,d Js.kh izfrjks/k RV yxkdj ifjofrZr dj ldrs gSaA rks ,

2

I0 – I g R Ig

(1) RAR V G 2

and rFkk A

I R V I0 – Ig

g

R Ig

(2) RARV G2 and rFkk A

R V (I0 – Ig )

2

R A Ig

(3) RARV G 2

and rFkk

R V I0 – Ig

2

Ig R I0 – I g

(4) RA R V G 2

and rFkk A

I –I R V Ig

0 g

Ans. (3)

I G G R A

I0 = V0 = IG (G + RV)

RA

G R A G

RA

RAG + RV RA = G2 + RAG

RV RA = G 2

RA =

I GG I – IG G

; RV = 0

I0 – IG IG

2

RA IG

R V I 0 – I G 2

23. A small speaker delivers 2 W of audio output. at what distance from the speaker will one detect 120 dB

intensity sound? [Given reference intensity of sound as 10–12W/m2]

,d NksVs Lihdj ls 2 W 'kfDr dh /ofu fudyrh gSA bl Lihdj ls fdruh nwjh ij /ofu rhozrk 120 dB gksxh \

[fn;k gS % /ofu dh funsZ'k ¼reference) rhozrk =10–12W/m2]

(1) 10 cm (2) 30 cm (3) 20 cm (4) 40 cm

Ans. (4)

Sol. 120 = 10log10

0

P

=1=

Area

r = 0.4 m

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24. Consider an electron in a hydrogen atom, revolving in its second excited state (having radius 4.65 A ).

The de-Broglie wavelength of this electron is :

,d gkbMªkstu ijek.kq esa bysDVªkWu nwljh mÙksftr d{kk esa ?kwe jgk gSA (bl d{kk dh f=kT;k 4.65 A gSA) bl bysDVªkWu

dh fM&xzkWXyh rjaxnS/;Z gksxh:

(1) 12.9 A

(2) 3.5 A

(3) 9.7 A

(4) 6.6 A

Ans. (3)

Sol. 2r = n

2r = 3

9.7 Å

25. An electron, moving along the x-axis with an initial energy of 100 eV, enters a region of magnetic field

B (1.5 10–3 T)k̂ at S (See figure). The field extends between x = 0 and x = 2cm. The electron is

detected at the point Q on a screen placed 8 cm away from the point S. The distance d between P and

Q (on the screen) is: (electron's charge = 1.6 × 10–19C, mass of electron = 9.1 × 10–31 kg)

100 eV ÅtkZ dk ,d bysDVªkWu tks x–v{k ds vuqfn'k xfreku gS] B (1.5 10–3 T)k̂ ds pqEcdh; {ks=k esa fcUnq S

ij izos'k djrk gS (fp=k nsf[k;s) A pqEcdh; {ks=k x = 0 ls x = 2cm rd foLr`r gSA fcUnq S ls 8 cm nwjh ij fLFkr

insZ ij bysDVªkWu dk lalwpu fcUnq Q ij gksrk gSA fcUnq P rFkk Q ds chp dh nwjh d (insZ ij) dk eku gksxk %

(bysDVªkWu dk vkos'k = 1.6 × 10–19C, bysDVªkWu dk æO;eku = 9.1 × 10–31 kg)

Q

S P

2cm

8cm

(1) 12.87 cm (2) 1.22 cm (3) 2.25 cm (4) 11.65 cm

Ans. (2)

Sol.

x mv 2mk

sin = and R =

R qB qB

so d = R – Rcos

x2

R 1 1 2

R

= R – R2 x 2

= 1.22

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26. Three particles of masses 50 g. 100 g and 150 g are placed at the vertices of an equilateral triangle of

side 1 m (as shown in the figure). The (x, y) coordinates of the centre of mass will be :

50 g, 100 g rFkk 150 g ds rhu d.kksa dks fp=kkuqlkj 1 m Hkqtk okys ,d leckgq f=kHkqt ds dksuksa ij j[kk gSA bl

Y

m3 = 150g

0 0.5m 1.0m

7 3 7 3 3 5 3 7

(1) m, m (2) m, m (3) m, m (4) m, m

12 4 12 8 4 12 8 12

Ans. (1)

50 0 100 1 150 1/ 2

Sol. xcm =

50 100 150

175 7

= = cm

300 12

50 0 100 0 150 3 / 2 3

ycm = = cm

300 4

27. A plane electromagnetic wave having a frequency = 23.9 GHz. propagates along the positive

z-direction in free space. The peak value of the Electric Field is 60 V/m. Which among the following is

the acceptable magnetic field component in the electromagnetic wave?

eqDr vkdk'k esa = 23.9 GHz dh ,d lery fo|qr pqEcdh; rjax /kukRed z-v{k dh fn'kk esa lapj.k dj jgh gSA

blesa fo|qr {ks=k dk vf/kdre eku 60 V/m gSA fuEu esa ls dkSu lk fodYi bl rjax ds pqEcdh; {ks=k ds fy;s

Lohdk;Z gS?

(1) B 60 sin(0.5 103 x 1.5 1011 t )k̂ (2) B 2 10–7 sin(0.5 103 z 1.5 1011 t)iˆ

(3) B 2 107 sin(0.5 103 z 1.5 1011t )î (4) B 2 10–7 sin(1.5 102 x 0.5 1011 t)jˆ

Ans. (2)

E0

Sol. B0 = = 2 × 10–7

C

2t

K= = 0.5 × 103

C C

= 2f = 1.5 × 1011

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28. Find the magnetic filed at point P due to a straight line segment AB if length 6 cm carrying a current of

5A. (See figure) (0 = 4× 10–7 N–A–2)

5A /kkjk ds ,d lh/ks rkj ds 6 cm yEcs [k.M AB ds dkj.k] ¼fp=kkuqlkj½ fcUnq P ij pqEcdh; {ks=k Kkr dhft;sA (0

= 4× 10–7 N–A–2)

5c

5c

m

A B

6 cm

(1) 3.0 × 10–5 T (2) 1.5 × 10–5T (3) 2.0 × 10–5 T (4) 2.5 × 10–5 T

Ans. (2)

0i

Sol. B= [sin 1 + sin 2]

4r

5 3 3

= 10–7 ×

4 10– 2 5 5

B = 1.5 × 10–5 T

29. A smooth wire of length 2r is bent into a circle and kept in a vertical plane. A bead can slide smoothly

one the wire. When the circle is rotating with angular speed about the vertical diameter AB, as shown

in figure, the bead is at rest with respect to the circular ring at position P as shown. Then the value of 2

is equal to :

2r yEckbZ ds ,d ?k"kZ.k jfgr rkj dks o`Ùk cukdj Å/okZ/kj lery esa j[kk gSA ,d ef.kdk ¼ bead) bl rkj ij

fQlyrh gSA o`Ùk dks ,d Å/okZ/kj v{k AB ds ifjr% fp=kkuqlkj dks.kh; osx ls ?kqek;k tkrk gS rks o`Ùk ds lkis{k

ef.kdk fp=kkuqlkj fcUnq P ij fLFkj ik;h tkrh gSA 2 dk eku gksxk:

A

r

O

r/2

B

2g 3g (g 3 ) 2g

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

r 2r r r 3

Ans. (4)

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Sol.

N

mg

= 30º

r

N sin30º = m2

2

N cos30º = mg

2r 2g

tan30º = 2 =

2g 3r

30. A system of three polarizers P1, P2, P3 is set up such that the pass axis of P3 is crossed with respect to

that of P1. the pass axis of P2 is inclined at 60° to the pass axis of P3. When a beam of unpolarized light

of intensity I0 is incident on P1, the intensity of light transmitted by the three polarizers is I. The ratio

(I0 /I) equals (nearly) :

rhu /kzqodksa P1, P2 rFkk P3 dks bl rjg j[krs gSa fd P3 dh ikl&v{k ls P1 dh ikl v{k ls ØkWflr gSA P2 dh

ikl&v{k P3 dh ikl&v{k ls 60° dks.k ij gSA tc ,d I0 rhozrk dk v/kzqfor izdk'k fdj.k iqat P1 ij vkifrr gksrk

gS rks bl rhu /kzqodksa ds lek;kstu ls rhozrk dk izdk'k fdj.k iqat fuxZr gksrk gSA vuqikr (I0 /I) dk fudVre eku

gksxk:

(1) 10.67 (2) 5.33 (3) 16.00 (4) 1.80

Ans. (1)

Sol.

0 3 3 0

2 = 1cos230° =

2 4 8

3 0 1 3 0

3 = 2cos260° =

8 4 32

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