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A small cube of mass m slides down

of mass M. M rests on a table and both blocis *ove *'itnout friction." initially are at rest and m starts from tn" top or in; p;th.'Fi;;]ir" cube as it teaves the "-jr""t,,';oii;;

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in a cylinder under a piston is transferred quasistaticaly (i.e. ?991^"L!? tPmst?tg.AalprgssurelSatmandvolume4lit.tostateBls.Batmandvotumee.+ilt

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comprchension:

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A.light inextensible string connects a block of mass m and top of wedge of mass M. The-strihg is paralleito inclin:ed surrace anJille ir"ir"o surface makes an t'[', s.urfaces are smooth. No* a constant llgF 9. yltn horizontat as shown. Alt F is horizontal force of minimum. magnitude applied to wedge towards right such that the.norma,l reaction'on blocR'exerted by wboge just nelo*"s ,eio." .- - -- ' smaoihi horizontal su rfa:ce Jrirwl uri4ui ridr sur r?ue ' Tfgphdgnitude of acceleratjgfr of wedge is tan0 ;ffig (c)g sino (D)g cbso lpfg corc The magnitude of tensionffitring is (A) mgFce (C) mg tane (D) mq cotg ld nrSj .d.."e . . ^ ". F

The-g{agni.tudeofnethorizgntal forceonwedqeis: Ie"rt; (B) (M + m)g secO ''M (M + mlg c1.rn QTMg cote

+ [ ;' f-"u{'J'lrir-'rt (D) Mg cosecg i' column:Igivesasituationinwhichtwodipolesof dipolemomentpiano n6plare ,,,_,,i \ t1l-* placed at origin. A circle of radius R with centre at origin is c]rawn as shown tn'frgure * .,' -i - 'r i---x Column II gives coordinates of certain positions on the circte Match tne staterients .7fT" in Column I with the statements in Column II. 'tlir Ho.'
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magnitude of electric field intensity

STATEMENT-{ : Two stones are projected with same initial speed u, onE frorn,top.ot {6Wer (of he{ght H} at an angle 0. with horizontal and other from bottom of a tower at an angle 0r with horizontal. lt rna<irnum height above ground level attained by both stones is same then 0' + 0z will not be egual to gOs for'any combinatipn. of u and H. (Neglect air friction)
STATEMENT-2 : Two stones are projected with same speeds frorn ground. lf ang{es otgrojebtion with horhgntal for both arb different and complementary then the maximum helghts above groundbvetrficr both witt,teUifbrent. iNeglect air friction) ,{A) Statrement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correctexplanationrforStatement- 1 { B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation:for Statement-l (C)patement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False "1Df Statement-1 is False, Stratement-2 is True.

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A uniforn r thin rod of ffiass m and length R is placed nCIrmally on surJace of €sr,th;:a\$ ., ,, shown, "Fhf; fflass of earth is M anrJ its r-a,Cius is R. Then the magnitude of gr:avitatiOnal,,' i'rirc*: exertecl hy'earth un ttie nod is
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ratioof ampl,itude,p atA and B of source s, and \$, are in ratio 1:2.The ratio of intensity atAto that of ts i t& \ ln
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(c)o (c) 0 (D) s {nr,l*ut ff,cgl\$sisns,per unit time of molecules of a gas on the wall of a c0ntainer per m2 wili
{B) lase iflfuHberatr*fe and velume both aFe doubted. !€sg ifttemoerature anrJ volrlrne hn*h rro hehrort e doubled.

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i*gi gginlnlvin\$ grdinates,('0,'20 metre) and its initiat vetociiy is- il,= -12i"+-16j (in m/s) joshntof'tirne when"spegd of the particle is zero wIl be Llu #/'
(A)

A qarticle rnoves in x-y plane with constant acceleration a=6

(in m/:t) At time t = fi, the par"ti*t* is at

l sec

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(A)3sec ,' {D) 6 sec dffldf*?:s M iilltl [aul{.ls i{ lles on.a nxed fough horizOntal suffaCe at time t = 0. lnitial angUlar ' r vrrr'sr{rr uEr,rrv{ir{u(to}{vr and radys R iies on a fixed rough hori',fi'oriroorat Ly,lif.l* vetocitv v^ of cenrre nr maee ic Yi9.9!-gt,",.:S 0igqim-aslitude and sense of rotatiori; "no ;;li#,ii;6'.ffii.,.',si []19il'ffi:f[,:ffi1::\$:?,lillffi
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The instant of time when the_particle crosses x-axis is {A) 3 sec Jpfr sec (Ci s sec of tirqp wtren,the particle crosses y-axis is I^t-:nstant
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(") 4 t*l
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The magnitude of angular speed keep\$ frn ci**r*msinE

It is givenrthat,vu = ZRaro
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till the stops slipping.

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It is given that 2uo = R*o

After the disc stops slipping, the angulmr velocity is nonzero and in cloctr<wise sefi\$e

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Arter the disc stops srippins, the verocity of centre of disc is towards right

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kinetic energy of disc is less than rts initral value

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aqts at a point on a body. tf velociv oJinJt point is atways zero or atways perpendicuiar is zero. r,lffitatement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct e4planation for Statement_.1 @) statement-1 is True, is True; statement-2 ii Noi correct explanati.n for starement-.i -statement-2 (Q) 9Ftement-1 isTrue, Statement-2 is Fatse " \prStatement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True,

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Work done by force of kinetic friction acting on a body may be zero.

to.ry1qvan force, then work done by this force rn.any time

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F+r a particie moving along x-axis, th'e acceleration a of the particle in terms of its x*coordinate x is given. by fr = -\$x, where x is*in meters and a is in ml#.Take acceleration, velocity and displacement in positive xrriiection as positive. The iniiial velocity of particle at x = 0 is u = +6 m/s. The velocity of particle at.x= 2 (G) 72 O (B) 6n[ iA) + 5",,! river in minimum possible time of 10 second. And when he reaches the other end, he A swimmer crosses a starts swimming in a direction towards the point from where he initially started swimrning. Keeping the direction of his velocity relative to river current fixed, the swimmer crosses the river in 15 sec. The ratio of speed of swimmer with respect to water and the speed of river flow is (Assume constant speed of river & swimmer) -

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lati + S]p.f acts on a particle due to which its position vector varies,as,5, = 1Zt2i'5j).rn'.whete t is
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zero

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i-iow long will it take sound waves to travel a distance / between points Ai&'B ,if th,e air temperature between them varie\$ linearly from T. to T, ? (The velocity of sqund in air ati teffiperetfure T is,given by v = g.,/T, where u is a constant)
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Two wires each of radius of cross section r but of different rnaterials are connectad.'t€dlilF!'end to end (i.e. in {fun#elections in the series). lf the densities of charge carriers in the two wires are in the ratio:1: 4, the tvro wires wilt be in the ratio: (D) 1 :,4 (c) 4' 1 2:''!

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10

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nc/m. The electric field E at point (6 cm,8 cm, 10 cm) will be:' tdtzoo k) N/c {A) (160 i + 1201+ 200 k) (D) (120 i+ 160 j) NiC ic) (160 i+ t20 j)

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Acylinder rests in a supporting carriage as shown. The sideAB of carriage makes an angle 3Q" with the horizontal and side BC is vertical. The carriage lies on a fixed horizontal surface and is being pulled towards left with an horizontal acceleration'a',. The magnitude of normal reactions exerted by sides AB and BC of carriage on,the *vlinder be No, and Nuo respectively. Neglect friction e\ren Nou No friition everyvvhere. Then as themagnfrld€ cylinder :k uffie correct statement(d) : of acceleration 'a ' of the ca{tia\$e is increased, pick t4l (F) N* (lF)Nre rernains Gonstant No* increases.. *-@} Nu. increases "tgT N^u remains {A}

constant
string,

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A string is fixed at both ends. The tension in the string and density of the strirqg d-e aqqlrlately known but the length and the radiug of cross section of the string are known with sorne errcr- ffrn+iiwrum errors:made in the meqsurement of length and radius are 1oh and 0.59/o respectively thert whatfu thg'tnaximum possible i percentage error in the calculation of fundamental frequency of that
A man is Stahding on a cart of mass double the mass of the man. lnitially cart is atifeston thp

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srnooth ground. Now man jumps with relative velocity'v' horizontally towards right With respect to cart. Find the work done by man during the process of jumpingr , , :': ,

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The equation of atravelling wave in a uniform string of mass per unitlength'p lsgiVenthsy=Asin (cot'kx). Find
the t*tal energy transferred through the origin in time lnterval from t =
O

to t=

'\$ft"

instantaneous pCIwer lf you knowl Figure shows the variation of internal energy (U)with the pressure (P) of 2.0 molEge-\$ in cyclic process abcda. The temperature of gas at q and d are 300'and'500 ,
r

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canilse the for:rnula'of

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CaIculatetheheatabsorbedbythegasduringtheprocess. STATEMENT-1 : A larEe block of mass M lies on a smooth horizontal,surfai€ g\$d a 'small block of mass m is in contact with larger block as shown" NolV a,hoJ,iiffital
force of magnitude F = 3t is applied on block towards right at t = 0, where t i*tinb in ' seconds. Then before the smali block reacheb the ho,rizonial surface, the.pa\$.-nii[lde, I of acceleration of small block relative to larger. block increases with tjme. (All l9rfffi.es, o
are

K.

8.

L

{0
f"f f;/./ f f f'/ /.f r f f I f ( r f { f f

frictionless)

.

smooth horizontal surface

STATEMENT-2 : ln the situation of statement-1, the magnitude of normal reaction'gxerted,:by larger block on sqraller block increases with time Hence nragnitude of acceleration of smallerbloek increqees with time. (e.I6iitement-1 is True, Statement-2 is TruJ; Statement-2 is a correctexRl\$atlpn for'\${atement-t . iS) Staterpeht-l is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct e*pldpatidiirf,b} Siatemqnt-1 : ' " '':\ (C) St#dment-1 is Trr:e, Statement-2 is False (t;")"Statefi1ent-1 is False, Staten-r.ent-2 is T'rue Pg" N0" # 4
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Assertion and:'Redsor; (no nogaflve rnarking) e. i'l 1i marks 3 min.) 1. the_vglobitytime gr.aph of a particte moving atong a straight tine pick up the frorn ,ncor:rgcf staFrnent. -!{da6e, particlb crosses its n itia I pos iti on (B) therarceleratibn of the particle is constant (C)t!e:force on the particle is constant gffine sOeed'of flr e particle increa ses con ti nu ou sty.
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A particle initially at rest starts moving from point A on the surface of a fixed smooth

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v

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fne partlite looses its contact *itn n"rnirpf.t"i" entre of the hemisphere. The equation relating ., and B is "i
coe
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(B) 2 sin cr = 3 cos p iO1 Z sin p = 3 cos a

smail uocK cn rnass I m' is moving with velocity v between the rods. All
collisions are assumed to be elastic & the surface is given to be smooth. The tirne period of"oseillation of small mass 'm' will be:(n = area of cross section, Y = young's modulus, L = length of each rod)

ln the givel frg,ur:e, lwo elastic rods A & B are rigidly joined to end supports. A

+2nrl ffi'L *
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nown but
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A spherical shell of

radiy!,fr with uniform charge q has p^oint charge electric:forces during shelt expansion from raoius h, to'R, rii.

r= \$, siventha)X*O. Transversevelocityof aparticteatx= 2m andt=2 seconds is. m/s x- F{- s k (c) 8 mrs trl_ r r;-"--"

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