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Section I - Physics & Chemistry
1.
The physical quantities not having same dimensions are
(1) speed and
)
(
\u03bf
\u03bf\u03b5
\u00b5
\u2013 1 / 2

(2) torque and work
(3) momentum and Planck\u2019s constant
(4) stress and Young\u2019s modulus

sol (3) Momentum [p] = [MLT\u20131] and Plank\u2019s constant [h] =[ML2T\u20131]
2.
Three forces start acting simultaneously on a particle moving with velocity,v. These forces are represented in

magnitude and direction by the three sides of a triangleABC (as shown). The particle will now move with
velocity
(1)v, remaining unchanged
(2) less thanv
(3) greater thanv
(4)|v | in the direction of the largest forceBC

sol(1) Net force on the particle is zero so thev
r
remains unchanged
3.
The coordinates of a moving particle at any time \u2018t\u2019 are given byx=
3
t
\u03b1andy=
3
t
\u03b2. The speed of the
particle at time \u2018t\u2019 is given by
(1)
)
(
2
2\u03b2
+
\u03b1
2)
)
(
3
2
2\u03b2
+
\u03b1
t
(3)
)
(
32
2
2\u03b2
+
\u03b1
t
(4)
)
(
2
2
2\u03b2
+
\u03b1
t
sol(3)r =
\u21d2
+2
2
y
x
r2=(
2
2\u03b2
+
\u03b1
)t6\u21d2 2r (dr/ dt)= (
2
2\u03b2
+
\u03b1
). 6t5\u21d2 (dr/ dt)= 3t2
)
2
2\u03b2
+
(\u03b1
.
4.

A car, moving with a speed of 50 km/ hr, can be stopped by brakes after at least 6m. If the same car is
moving at a speed of 100 km/ hr, the minimum stopping distance is
(1) 6 m
(2) 12 m
(3) 18 m
(4) 24 m

sol (4) 0 =(250 /18)2 +2a .6;S =u2 /2a =24.
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5.

A boy playing on the roof of a 10 m high building throws a ball with a speed of 10 m/s. at an angle of 30\u00b0
with the horizontal. How far from the throwing point will the ball be at the height of 10 m from the ground ?
(1) 8.66 m
(2) 5.20 m
(3) 4.33 m
(4) 2.60 m

sol(1) calculate the range of ball R =
=
=
\u00d7
=
\u03b8
3
5
10
)
30
2
sin(
)
10
(
2
sin
2
2
g
v
8.66 m
6.
The displacement of a particle varies according to the relationx= 4 (cost
\u03c0+ sint
\u03c0). The amplitude of the
particle is
(1) 8
(2)\u2013 4
(3) 4
(4)
2
4
sol(4)x =
2
4
(cos
t
\u03c0. sin 45\u00ba +sin
t
\u03c0. cos 45\u00ba)=
2
4
sin (t
\u03c0+45\u00ba)
7.

Consider the following two statements:
A. Linear momentum of a system of particles is zero.
B. Kinetic energy of a system of particles is zero. Then
(1) A implies B and B implies A
(2) A does not imply B and B does not imply A
(3) A implies B but B does not imply A
(4) A does not imply B but B implies A

sol(4) Momentum being a vector quantity where K.E. being a scalar and a +ve quantity
8.

A horizontal force of 10 N necessary to just hold a block stationary against a wall. The coefficient of
friction between the block and the wall is 0.2. The weight of the block is
(1) 2 N
(2) 20 N
(3) 50 N
(4) 100 N

sol(1)f =R
\u00b5=mg = 0.2\u00d7 10 = 2 N
9.
A marble block of mass 2 kg lying on ice when given a velocity of 6 m/ s is stopped by friction in 10 s.
Then the coefficient of friction is

(1) 0.01 (2) 0.02 (3) 0.03 (4) 0.04

sol (2) The Correct answer is 0.06
10N
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10.

A light spring balance hangs from the hook of the other light spring balance and a block of massM kg hangs
from the former one. Then the true statement about the scale reading is
(1) Both the scales readM/ 2 kg each
(2) Both the scales readM kg each
(3) The scale of the lower one readsM kg and of the upper one zero
(4) The reading of the two scales can be anything but the sum of the reading will beM kg

sol (2) The mass is hanging from the lower spring. Since the springs are light, tension is constant throughout
the springs.
11.
A block of massM is pulled along a horizontal frictionless surface by a rope of massm. If a forceP is applied

at the free end of the rope, the force exerted by the rope on the block is
(1)PM/ (M+ m)
(2)Pm/ (M+ m)10 N
(3)Pm/ (M\u2013 m)
(4)P

sol(1)P\u2019 =Ma;P = (m +M)a\u21d2 P\u2019 =PM / (m +M)
12.

A spring balance is attached to the ceiling of a lift. A man hangs his bag on the spring and the spring reads 49 N, when the lift is stationary. If the lift moves downward with an acceleration of 5 m/ s2, the reading of the spring balance will be

(1) 49 N (2) 24 N (3) 74 N (4) 15 N

sol(2) When the lift is stationaryR=mg\u21d249 =
kg
m
m
5
8
.
9
=
\u21d2
\u00d7
When the lift is moving downward with an accelerationR = m (9.8- a)\u21d2R = 5 (9.8-5) = 24N
13.

When aU238 nucleus originally at rest, decays by emitting an alpha particle having a speed \u2018u\u2019, the recoil
speed of the residual nucleus is
(1)\u2013 4u/ 238
(2) 4u/ 238
(3)\u2013 4u/ 234
(4) 4u/ 234

sol (4) Initial momentum of the system = Mass\u00d7 velocity of nucleus = 238\u00d7 0 = 0
Final momentum of the system = Momentum of\u03b1 particle + Momentum of residual nucleus = 4u + 34v
By equating 4u + 234v = 0\u21d2
.
234
4u
v=
r
But speed =
.
234
4u
14.

A body is moved along a straight line by a machine delivering a constant power. The distance moved by the
body in time \u2018t\u2019 is proportional to
(1)t\u00bd
(2)t\u00be
(3)t3 / 2
(4)t\u00bc

sol(3)P = const. (d /dt)(\u00bdmv2) =const.