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BANSAL CLASSES
Target IIT JEE 2006
PHYSICS
Paiiy Practice Problems
CLASS:XI(P, Q,R,S) DATE: 27-28/04/2005 DPP. NO.-l
Q.
1
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the
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PressureTemperatureAcross: Energydown: HeatPower FrequencyChargeCurrentPotential
difference
ResistanceLength
-
Absolute temperatureTimeForceWeightMassQ.2 A uniform wire of length Land mass M is stretched between two fixed points, keeping a tension
force F.
A sound of frequency
jj.
is impressed on
it.
Then the maximum vibrational energy is existing in the wirewhen )a=1 ML
(B)
—
V
M(C)2:
1 L
Q.3 Which of the following physical quantities represents the dimensional formula [M'L
2
T~
2
].(A) Energy/Area . (B) Pressure
}
.
(C) Force * length (p) Pressure per unit lengthQ. 4 In a particular system of unit, if the unit of mass becomes twice & that of time becomes
half,
then
8
Jouleswill be written as - units of work (A) 16
!
mi
(0
(D) 64Q. 5 Which of the following equations can be dimensionally incorrect.( Symbol have their usual notations.)
I ml'
" '
(A) t =
2n
VT
(B) / ==m(f,
2
-
22
)(C)t-
ml
y 6Fsin0GmQ.6 The time dependence ofa physical quantity pis given by p= p
0
e
(
7"'
2)
where a is constant and t
is
time.The constant a(A) is dimensionless has dimensions T"
2
(C) has dimensions T
2
(D) has dimensions of p

JgBANSAL CLASSES PHYSICS
Target I1T JEE 2006 Daily Practice Problems
CLASS
••
XI (P, Q, R, S) DATE: 29-30/04/2005 DPR NO.-2
Q.
1
A gas bubble oscillates with a time period T proportional to P
a
d
b
E
c
where P is pressure, d is the densityand E is the energy. The values of a, b & c are :3 11 5 11(A) a=2 , b = --, c=- (B)a = --,b=-,c=-/ 5 1 1 3 11Q.2 If the unit of length be doubled then the numerical value of the universal gravitation constant G will become (with respect to present value)(A) double ' (B)half (C) 8 times J0) l/8timesQ. 3 Force F and density d are related as F = ^ then find the dimensions of a and (5.Q.4 In the following equations, the distance x is in metres, the time t in seconds and the velocity v inmetres/second. What are the SI units of the constants C, and C
2
?(a) y
:
= 2C,x- (b) x = Cj cosC
2
t (c) v - C^
1
'nRT
3
Q.5 In the formula p = e
RTV
. Find the dimensions of a and b where p=pressure,n=no. of moles,V-b -T=temperature, V=volume and R=universal gas constant.Q.6 The value of Stefan's constant in CGS system is a = 5.67 x 10~
5
erg s"
1
cm
-2
K~
4
. Its value in SI unitsis • .Q.7 Match the following:.COLUMN-1 COLUMN-II(a) Latent heat constant (i) M°L°T
U
2
coefficient
of friction (iii) ML°T"
3
2
T-
2
(f)
Moment of inertia (vi) moH @Q. 8 The loss of pressure when a fluid flows through a pipe is given by P = k p
a
/ V
b
d
c
JJ,
where d and / arediameter and length of the pipe respectively, p and p, are the mass density and
coefficient
of viscosity of the
fluid,
V is the mean velocity of flow through the pipe and k is a numerical constant. Find the values of a, b and c.
Tn
fwn svQtpmc nf unite tbp relation hptwwn vplnr.itv arr.plpratirvn and fnrr.e is oiven hv
V.
= .J^Q.9 In two systems of units, the relation between velocity, acceleration and force is given by v
2
=••"
*
p ...nV Lja - =
a,z\
, F,= — , where s and x are constants then find in this new system (£) , (b)
T
Z 1
'FT '•• nil Li
Q. 10 If K represent kinetic energy, v velocity and 7'time and these are chosen as the fundamental units thenfind the dimension ofsuiTaee tension in terms of K,
V,
T.
i

BANS AL CLASSES
PHYSICS
8 Target I IT JEE 2007 Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: XI (P, Q, R, S)
DATE : 02-03/05/2005
DPP.
NO.-3
Q.
1
A vector A is directed along 30° west of north direction and another vector B along 15° south of east.Their resultant cannot be in
____
directi on.(A) North (B) East " (C) North-East (D) South
:
t
f^l
Q.2 Two forces
P and Q are in ratio P : Q = 1 : 2. If their resultant is at an angle tan
-1?
to vector P, then angle between P and Q is:(A)tan-
1
^ (B) 45° (C) 30° (D) 60°
Q.3 If the speed of light
(C), acceleration due to gravity(g) and pressure (P) are taken as fundamental units,
the dimensions of
gravitational constant (G) are(A)
c
2
g
3
p
2
(B)c°gV
!
(C)c
2
g
2
p~
2
(D) c°gp"
3
Q.4
A
force of
6kg
and
another of 8kg can be applied together to produce the effect of a single force of:(A) lkg (B) 11 kg (C) 15 kg (D) 20 kg
Q.5
The horizontal component of
a
force of
i
0 N inclined at 30° to vertical is :r-
10
(A)
3
N (B)5v3 (C) 5 N (D) "tN
vj
^ Q.6-
-A
particle
is moving westward with a velocity v, = 5 m/s . Its velocity changed to v
2=
5 m/s
^
northward . The change in velocity vector j AV=v,-v, | is :
(A) 5V2 m/s
towards north east (B) 5 m/s towards north west
(C) zero
(D) 5v2 m/s towards north west
Q.7 The angle
subtended by the moon's diameter at a point on the earth is about 0.524°. Use this and the fact
that the moon
is about 384 Mm away to find the diameter of the moon.
Q.8
Using lAU(meanearth-sundistanee)=1.5><10
n
mandparsecasdistanceat which
1
AUsubtendsan
angle
of
1
sec of arc, fmd parsec in metres,
-> " ' —>
Q.9 ABCDEF
is a regular hexagon in which AB represent a vector p & BC represents a vector q .Findthe vectors which the CD, DE, EF, & FA represent in terms of p and q .
Q. 10 A man
is
travelling in east direction with a velocity of 6 m/s. Rain is falling down vertically with a speed of
4 m/s. Find
the velocity of rain with respect to man and its angle with the vertical using the concept thatrelative velocity of B w.r.t A = v
- v
A
.