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SOLUTION & ANSWER FOR ISAT-2011SET – A

[PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY & MATHEMATICS]

PART A

−−−−

PHYSICS1.

A projectile is fired at an angle 60

°

with somevelocity u ------Ans : No correct answerSol: R =gu

2

sin 2

θ

x =RdR= 2 cot 2

θ

d

θ

T =gsinu2

θ

y =TdT= cot

θ

d

θ

°°=θθ=

60cot120cot2cot2cot2yx=

−

2

⇒

x =

−

2y (No correct answer)2. A ball is dropped down vertically from a tallbuilding ------Ans :

θ

=

−

hdsin41

1

Sol:

θ

+

θ

+

φ

= 90

°

⇒

φ

= (90

°

−

2

θ

)d =

φ=φ

2singgh2.212singu21

2

= h sin 2 (90

°

−

2

θ

) = h sin (180

°

−

4

θ

)= h sin 4

θ

⇒

θ

=

−

hdsin41

1

3. A photon with an initial frequency 10

11

Hz ------Ans : 4

×

10

3

m s

−

1

Sol: E

1

= h

υ

1

= 6.63

×

10

−

34

×

10

11

= 6.63

×

10

−

23

JE

2

= h

υ

2

= 6.63

×

10

−

34

×

0.9

×

10

11

= 5.967

×

10

−

23

J

∴

∆

E = E

1

−

E

2

= 6.63

×

10

−

24

J

∆

E =mE2vmv21

2

∆=

⇒

≅

4

×

10

3

m s

−

1

4. The correct potential energy diagram for ------Ans :Sol: For r < R,dU =drrRkdr.F

3

=−

⇒

U =

23r03

rR2kdrrRk

=

∫

When r = 0, U = 0

⇒

Only option (a) is correct.When r = R, U

(R)

⇒

32

R2kR =R2k 5. Suppose the particle starts from r =

∝

------Ans : (3/8) (k/R)Sol: KE = U

(R)

−

U

(R/2)

=R8kR2k

−

=R8k3 6. Let a particle have an instantaneous position ----Ans :0r.a;0v.a;0v.r

<>=

Sol: In circular motion,0v.rvr

=

⇒

⊥

randa make angle

θ

> 90

°

⇒

OMe

< 0vanda may make angle

θ

betweenthem which is either > 90

°

or <90

°

or = 90

°

So for general case v.a> 0

θ

θ

φ

u =

gh2

θ

u

2

= 2 gh

Rk

Rr0

•

7. A large parallel plate capacitor is made of twometal plates of size ------Ans : +5

×

10

5

ε

0

JSol:

∆

C =

( )

d'AKK

021

ε−

=

( )

1.011.023

0

××ε−

=

ε

0

∆

U =

602

1021CV21

×ε×=∆

= +5

×

10

5

ε

0

J8. A current

Ι

is flowing in a long straight wire alongthe z-axis------Ans : v

Z

(

∆

t) = v

0

Sol: Fon q is along iˆ

−

direction

⇒

aof q isalong iˆ

−

direction

⇒

component ofvelocity in kˆdoes not change

⇒

v

Z

(

∆

t) = v

0

9. A non-conducting sphere of radius R has acharge Q distributed ------Ans :Sol: From r = 0 to r = R.E

∝

r

⇒

straight line, inclined to r.From r = R to r = b.E

∝

2

r1 At r

≥

b, E = 010. The magnetic field at the centre of a loopcarrying ------Ans : kˆ87R3

0

Ιµ

Sol:B = B

1

+ B

2

=R247R245R12

000

Ιµ=Ιµ+Ιµ

;Direction kˆ 11. A current

Ι

is flowing in a wire of length

λ

. Thetotal momentum ------Ans :qm

λΙ

Sol:

Ι

=qt1tq

Ι=

⇒

v =qt

λλ Ι=

p = mv =qm

λΙ

12. In an oil drop experiment, charged oil drops ofmass m and charge q------Ans :

( )

220

qRr4mg

−πε

Sol: The answer must be dimensionless

⇒

q

2

is required in denominator to cancel

ε

0

⇒

only (B) can be the answer.13. Two lenses, one biconvex of focal length f

1

andanother ------Ans : M =

21

ff Sol: m

1

=Lfuv

111

=

m

2

=

222

fLuv

=

M = m

1

m

2

=

21

ff (L is large

⇒

∞

)14. The central fringe in a Young’s double slitexperiment ------Ans :43 Sol: Path difference = (

µ

−

1) t= (1.4

−

1)

×

5

×

10

−

6

= 2

×

10

−

6

mPhase difference

∆φ

=

96

108.632
2102

−−

×π××

= 19.858 rad= 3.16

×

2

π

rad

⇒

∆φ

= 0.16

×

2

π

= 57.6

°

⇒

Ι

=

Ι

0

cm

2

φ∆

2= 0.767

Ι

0

≅

43

Ι

0

|E|R b0xy

15. A polarizer is introduced in the path of a beam ofunpolarized light incident ------Ans :

θ

= 30

°

and the polarizer is placed in P ( Itis assumed that the polarized light isgetting completely transmitted.)Sol: tan

φ

=

µ

(Brewster’s law)

⇒

φ

= 3tan

1

−

= 60

°

on transparent material.

⇒

θ

= 90

°

−

φ

= 30

°

16. A submarine travelling at 10 m s

−

1

is chasinganother one in front of it ------Ans : 13 m s

−

1

Sol: f

1

=

( )( )

10cvcf

0

+−

f

2

=

( )( )( )( )( )( )

vc10c
10cvcf
vc10cf

01

+−+−=++

=

( )( )( )( )

10cvc
10cvc
f

0

−++−

f

0

= 25000 Hz; f

2

= 24900 Hzc = 1500 m s

−

1

; v = 13 m s

−

1

17. When light of intensity

Ι

reflects from a surfaceseparating two ------Ans :

µ

=

21

µµ

; 2

µ

t =

( )

21n2

+λ

18. A point object is placed below a wide glass plateof refractive index n. As an ------Ans :1nntan2

21

−

−

Sol:

θ

= 2C’; tanC’ =dnr'dr

=

= n tan C =

=−

n1Csin1nn

2

Θ

⇒

θ

=1nntan2

21

−

−

19. A light sensor is fixed at one corner of thebottom of a rectangular tank ------Ans : A quarter of a circle of radius = m310Sol: tanC =dr1n1

2

=−

⇒

r = m3101nd

2

=−

20. The average pressure on a sphere submergedin water is the pressure ------Ans : 63 NSol: P = pressure at centre =

ρ

g H= 1000

×

10

×

(0.1 + 0.1)= 2000 N m

−

2

F = P

×

area= 2000

×

π

×

(0.1)

2

= 20

π

= 63 N21. Laplace correction to the speed of sound ismade only for gases and not ------Ans :Much smaller relative pressure changewhen the wave is passing through them.Sol: Knowledge based.22. Three rods of equal lengths and cross sectionalareas are joined ------Ans : T

1

=

BA

T52T53

+

; T

2

=

BA

T53T52

+

Sol:

( ) ( ) ( )

LTTKALTTKA2
LTTKA

BC211A

−=−=−

On solving,T

1

=

BA

T52T53

+

andT

2

=

BA

T53T52

+

23. The diameter of a metal wire is measured usinga screw gauge, ------Ans : 1.21

×

10

−

5

Ω

mSol: Pitch = 0.5 mmL.C =505.0NPitch

=

= 0.01 mmP.S.R = 4

×

0.5 = 2.0 mmCSR = 20

×

LC = 20

×

0.01 = 0.2 mmd = 2.2 mm = 2.2

×

10

−

3

m

ρ

=

λ

RA

⇒

ρ

= 1.21

×

10

−

5

Ω

m

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