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
©(b) Reynold number (ii) ML
2
©(c)
coefficient
of friction (iii) ML°T"
3
©(d) Avogadro constant(iv) L
2
T-
2
©(e) Intensity of wave (v) M°L°T°©
(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 I
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.
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