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# CBSE TEST PAPER-01

Ans 01. (b)

## Ans 05. (c) P = I2 R

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But I / =I+100% of I=2I
= P / = 4I 2 R

co
P/ − P x
% increase in power dissipated = 100% = 300%
z.
P
Ans 06. When large amount of current flows through the circuit, temperature of the wire
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increases and fuse wire gets melted. This in term prevent the flow of current in
the other circuits of the house and thus saved electrical appliances.
ap

tP

V 220
R= = =22 ohm
I 10
s

Te

## (ii) Example of ohmic material - Copper, Nichrome etc.

Example of Non-ohmic material –Diode, Transistor etc.

## Ans 09. (i) It represents a battery which maintains a potential difference

across the circuit element for the flow of current in the circuit.

## (ii) It is an ammeter which measures the current flowing in the

circuit.
ρl ρl
Ans 10. Resistance of wire A( R1 ) = =
A π r2

ρl / ρ 2l ρ 2l
Resistance of wire B( R2 ) = = =
A /
π (2r )
2
4π r 2
Total resistance in series
R= R1 + R2
ρl ρ 2l
R= 2 +
π r 4π r 2
ρl 1 3ρ l
R = 2 (1 + ) =
πr 2 2π r 2

## Ratio of the total resistance is series to the resistance of A

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R ρ l 3ρ l
= 2/
R1 π r 2π r 2

R ρ l 2π r 2
= 2×
R1 π r 3ρ l co
z.
R 2
=
R1 3
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Ans.11 Heating element of an electric iron is made up of nichrome wire because of the
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following reasons.
(1) Resistivity is high because of which more heat is produced due to the passage of
current.
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## (2) Melting point is high.

(3) It does not oxidize (or burn) easily at high temperature.
s
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Ans12. It is defined as the opposition offered by the resistor to the flow of current
Ie R= v/I its S.I. unit is ohm ( Ω )
ρl
(b) (i) R= (1)
A
A
New length L/ = 2L and A/ = (since volume remains same)
2
ρ L/
∴R = 1
A/
ρ 2L
R1 = (2)
A
 ρL 
R1 = 4 
 A 
R1= 4R
Ie resistance of a wire becomes 4 times its original resistance.

(b) (ii) since Resistivity does not depend on the dimensions of a wire. So it remains
unchanged.

V2
Ans.13 power (p1) = (consumption by R)
R

V2
ρ2 = (consumption by 2R)
2R

ρ1 V 2 2 R

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Ratio = × = 2 :1
ρ2 R V2

## Ans.14 (a) (i) co

Resistivity – since the Resistivity is a property of a substance hence it
z.
remains the same for both the wires.
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(ii) Resistances – As both the wires are of different cross sectional areas, so both
wires are considered as different objects.
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ρL
(b) (i) Since R=
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A
ρl
For wire A ( R1 ) =
s

A1
ρl
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R2 A1
For wire B ( R2 ) = ⇒ =
A2 R1 A2

2
A A π r2  r 
Since R1 = 4 R2 ⇒ 1 = 1: 4 1 = 12 =  1 
A2 A2 π r2  r2 
2
r  1
(ii) ⇒ 1  =
 r2  4
r1 : r2 = 1: 2