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inpho-2012 Previous year Question Papers of Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO) with solutions

inpho-2012 Previous year Question Papers of Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO) with solutions

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Previous year Question Papers of Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO) with solutions provided by 100marks
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   H   B  C   S   E
Indian National Physics Olympiad – 2012
Roll Number:
P12
0 0 0
INPhO 2012 Date: 29
th
January 2012Duration:
Three Hours
Maximum Marks:
60
Please fill in all the data below correctly. The contact details provided herewould be used for all further correspondence.Full Name (BLOCK letters) Ms. / Mr.:Male / Female Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy):Name of the school / junior college:Class: XI/ XII Board: ICSE / CBSE / State Board / OtherAddress for correspondence (include city and PIN code):PIN Code:
0 0 0 0 0 0
Telephone (with area code): Mobile:Email address:Besides the International Physics Olympiad, do you also want to be considered for theAsian Physics Olympiad? The APhO - 2012 will be held f rom April 30- May 07and yourpresence will be required from April20to May07. The IPhO selection camp will be held after May07and in principle you can participate in both olympiads.Yes/No.
I have read the procedural rules for INPhO and agree to abide by them.
Signature
(Do not write below this line)
==================================================
MARKSQue.123 4 5Total Marks
HOMI BHABHA CENTRE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATIONTata Institute of Fundamental ResearchV. N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd, Mumbai, 400 088
Free JEE Mains/JEE Advanced Online Prep and Guidance on www.100Marks.in
 
   H   B  C   S   E
Instructions:
1. Write your Roll Number on every page of this booklet.2. Fill out the attached performance card.
Do not detach it from this booklet.
3. Booklet consists of 20pages (excluding this sheet) and five (5) questions. 4. Questions consist of sub-questions. Write your
detailed answer
in the
blank space
provided below the sub-question and
final answer
to the sub-question in the
smallerbox
which follows the blank space.5. Extra sheets are also attached at the end in case you need more space. You may alsouse these extra sheets for rough work.6. Computational tools such as calculators, mobiles, pagers, smart watches, slide rules,log tables etc. are
not
allowed.7.
This entire booklet must be returned.Table of Information
Speed of light in vacuum
c
=3
.
00
×
8
m
·
s
1
Planck’s constant
h
=6
.
63
×
34
J
·
sUniversal constant of Gravitation
G
=6
.
67
×
N
·
m
2
·
kg
2
Magnitude of the electron charge
e
=1
.
60
×
CMass of the electron
m
e
=9
.
×
31
kgStefan-Boltzmann constant
σ
=5
.
67
×
8
W
·
m
2
·
K
4
Permittivity constant
ǫ
0
=8
.
85
×
F
·
m
1
Value of 1/4
πǫ
0
=9
.
00
×
9
N
·
m
2
·
C
2
Permeability constant
µ
0
=4
π
×
7
H
·
m
1
Acceleration due to gravity
g
=9
.
81 m
·
s
2
Universal Gas Constant
R
=8
.
31 J
·
K
1
·
mole
1
Molar mass of air = 29
.
0 kg
·
kmol
1
HOMI BHABHA CENTRE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATIONTata Institute of Fundamental ResearchV. N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd, Mumbai, 400 088
Free JEE Mains/JEE Advanced Online Prep and Guidance on www.100Marks.in
 
   H   B  C   S   E
INPhO - 2012 Roll Number:
P12
0 0 0
1. Figure (1) shows a mechanical system free of any dissipation. The two spheres (
A
and
B
) are each of equal mass
m
, and a uniform connecting rod
AB
of length2
r
has mass4
m
. The collar is massless. Right above the position of sphere
A
in Fig. (1) is a tunnel
0011
000000000000000000000000000000111111111111111111111111111111
Collar 
SphereBallAB
Figure1:from which balls each of mass
m
fall vertically at suitable intervals. The falling ballscause the rods and attached spheres to rotate. Sphere
B
when it reaches the positionnow occupied by sphere
A
, suffers a collision from another falling ball and so on. Justbefore striking, the falling ball has velocity
v
. All collisions are elastic and the spheresas well as the falling balls can be considered to be point masses.[Marks:
12]
(a) Find the angular velocity
ω
i
+1
of the assembly in terms of 
{
ω
i
, v,
and
r
}
afterthe
i
th
ball has struck it.
[4]
Free JEE Mains/JEE Advanced Online Prep and Guidance on www.100Marks.in

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