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Conceptual Problems in Physics for IIT-JEE

# Conceptual Problems in Physics for IIT-JEE

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APEX INSTITUTE was conceptualized in May 2008, keeping in view the dreams of young students by the vision & toil of Er. Shahid Iqbal. We had a very humble beginning as an institute for IIT-JEE / Medical, with a vision to provide an ideal launch pad for serious JEE students . We actually started to make a difference in the way students think and approach problems. We started to develop ways to enhance students IQ. We started to leave an indelible mark on the students who have undergone APEX training. That is why APEX INSTITUTE is very well known of its quality of education and the dedication towards its target.
APEX INSTITUTE was conceptualized in May 2008, keeping in view the dreams of young students by the vision & toil of Er. Shahid Iqbal. We had a very humble beginning as an institute for IIT-JEE / Medical, with a vision to provide an ideal launch pad for serious JEE students . We actually started to make a difference in the way students think and approach problems. We started to develop ways to enhance students IQ. We started to leave an indelible mark on the students who have undergone APEX training. That is why APEX INSTITUTE is very well known of its quality of education and the dedication towards its target.

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IIT Mains ModuleConceptual Questions1. A long metallic pipe carries a current. What is the magnetic field (i) inside and (ii) outside the pipe?2. Will two parallel beams of electrons moving with normal velocities in vacuum repeal or attract?3. When a current is passed through a spring, it contracts. Why?Multiple choice Questions4. A current of 25 A flows through an overhead power cable form the north to south direction. The magnitudeand direction of current 5m below the cable isa) 10
-6
T towards east b) 10
-6
T towards west c) 10
-5
T towards north d) 10
-5
T towards south5. The magnetic field at the point of intersection of diagonals of a square loop of side L carrying a current I isgiven bya)
L I
 
0
2
b)
L I
 
0
22
c)
L I
 
0
21
d)
L I
 
0
221
6. Two straight and long conductors placed along the x and y axis carry currents I
1
and I
2
. The magnitude of themagnetic field at a distance d from the origin on the z-axis isa)
210
2
I  I
 
b)
210
2
I  I
 
c)
22210
2
I  I
 
d)
21210
2
I  I  I
 
7. O is the common centroid of two inverted equilateral triangle of side d. The two triangles are insulated fromeach other and carry same currents I as shown in the figure. The net magnetic field at the centre O isa)
I
 
43
0
b)
I
 
23
0
c)
I
 
0
9
d) zero

2
8. O is a point on the perpendicular bisector of a straight wire AB of length L at a distance
2
L
. The magnetic fieldat O due to the current I flowing in the wire isa)
L I
 
4221
0
b)
L I
 
42
0
c)
  
L I
 
422
0
d)
L I
 
42
0
9. A uniform conducting wire is bent to form an equilateral triangle
B A
^
of side L. A current I enters at Aleaves at C. What is the magnetic induction at the centroid O?a)
L I
 
432
0
b)
L I
 
4
0
c)
L I
 
43
0
d) Zero10. The figure shows two long straight wires passing each other perpendicularly without touching. The magneticfield is zeroa) in quadrant 1 b) in quadrant 2 c) in quadrant 3 d) at the point of intersection11. A current I flows along the length of an infinitely long, straight, thin walled pipe. Then, the magnetic field,a) At all points inside the pipe is the same but not zero b) At any point inside the pipe is zero

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c) Is zero only on the axis of the piped) Is different at different point inside the pipe12. Two mutually perpendicular conductors carry current I
1
and I
2
x and y axis respectively. The locus of points atwhich the magnetic induction is zero isa)
x I  I  y
  
21
b)
x I  I  y
  
12
c)
x I  I  I  I  y
  
2221
d)
x I  I  I  I  y
  
2221
13. A uniform metallic wire forms the edges of a cube of length l. A current I enters at one edge of the cube andleaves form the diagonally opposite edge. The magnitude of the magnetic field at the centre of the cube isa) Zero b)
in
  
324
0
 
c)
in
 
0
312
d)
in
 
0
36
14. In the loops shown, all curved sections are either semicircles or quarter circles. All the loops carry the samecurrent. The magnetic fields at the centers have magnitudes B
1
, B
2
, B
3
and B
4
. Thena) B
4
is maximum b) B
3
is minimum c) B
4
> B
1
> B
2
> B
3
d) B
2
cannot be found unless the dimensions of the section B are known.15. Two infinitely long conductors carrying equal currents are shaped as shown. The short sections are all of equallength. The point P is located symmetrically with respect to the conductors. The magnetic field at P due to anyconductor is B. The total field at P isa) Zero b) B c)
B
2
d) 2B