# QUESTION FOR SHORT ANSWER

Q.1 Are induced emfs and currents different in any way from emfs and currents provided by a battery
connected to a conducting loop?
Q.2 Can a charged particle at rest be set in motion by the action of a magnetic field? If not, why not? If so,
how? Consider both static and time-varying fields.
Q.3 In Faraday’s law of induction, does the induced emf depend on the resistance of the circuit? If so, how?
Q.4 Figure shows a copper ring that is hung from a ceiling by two threads. Describe in detail
how you might most effectively use a bar magnet to get this ring to swing
back and forth.
Q.5 Two conducting loops face each other a distance d apart, as shown in figure.
An observer sights along their common axis from left to right. A clockwise
current i is suddenly established in the larger loop by a battery not shown. (a)
What is the direction of the induced current in the smaller loop? (b) What is
the direction of the force (if any) that acts on the
smaller loop?
Q.6 A circular loop moves with constant velocity through regions where uniform
magnetic fields of the same magnitude are directed into or out of the plane
of the page, as indicated in figure. At which of the seven indicated positions
will the induced current be (a) clockwise,
(b) counterclockwise, and (c) zero?
Q.7 Can an induced current ever establish a magnetic field B

that is in the same direction as the magnetic field
Q.8 A plane closed loop is placed in a uniform magnetic field. In what ways can the loop be moved without
inducing an emf? Consider motions both of translation and rotation.
Q.9 Figure (a) shows a top view of the electron orbit in a betatron. Electrons are accelerated in a circular
orbit in the xy plane and then withdrawn to strike the target T. The magnetic field B

is along the z axis
(the positive z axis is out of the page). The magnetic field B
z
along this axis varies sinusoidally as shown
in figure (b). Recall that the magnetic field must (i) guide the electrons in their circular path and (ii)
generate the electric field that accelerates the electrons. Which quarter cycle(s) in figure are suitable (a)
according to (i), (b) according to (ii), and (c) for operation of the betatron?
(a) (b)
Q.10
(i) A piece of metal and a piece of non-metallic stone are dropped from the same height near the surface of
the earth. Which one will reach the ground earlier?
(ii) A metallic loop is placed in a nonuniform magnetic field. will an emf be induced in the loop ?
(iii) A wire loop is held with its plane horizontal. A magnet with its north pole downward is allowed to fall
through it from some height. Will the magnet fall with constant acceleration? What will happen if the poles
are reversed?
(iv) A magnet is dropped down into long vertically copper tube . Show that, even neglecting air resistance
the magnet will reach a constant terminal velocity .
(v) A magnet is dropped from the ceiling along the axis of a copper loop lying flat on the floor. If the falling
magnet is photographed with a time sequence camera, what differences, if any will be noted if,
(i) the loop is at room temperature (ii) the loop is packed in dry ice ?
Q.11 A copper ring is suspended in a vertical plane by a thread. A steel bar is passed through the ring in the
horizontal direction which is perpendicular to the plane of the loop. Then a magnet is similarly passed
through the loop. Will the motion of the magnet and the bar affect the position of the ring?
Q.12 If the magnetic field outside a copper box is suddenly changed, what happens to the magnetic field inside
the box ? Such low-resistivity metals are used to form enclosures which shield objects inside them
against varying magnetic fields.
Q.13 Metallic (nonferromagnetic) and nonmetallic particles in a solid waste may be separated as follows. The
waste is allowed to slide down an incline over permanent magnets. The metallic particles slow down as
compared to the nonmetallic ones and hence are separated. Discuss the role of eddy currents in the
process.
Q.14 A jet plane is flying due north . A potential difference is produced between he wing tips of the plane. Will
a passenger sitting inside the plane also expect some emf between the wing tips? Will a tiny bulb connected
to the wing tips glow?
Q.15 Is the inductance per unit length for a solenoid near its centre ;
(a) the same as(b) less than or (c) greater than
the inductance per unit length near its ends ?
Q.16 Two solenoids A & B have the same diameter & length & contain only one layer of windings, with
adjacent turns touching, insulation thickness being negligible . Solenoid A contains many turns of fine wire
& solenoid B contains fewer turns of heavier wire.
(i) which solenoid has the larger inductance ?
(i) which solenoid has the larger inductive time constant ? (material is same)
Q.17 If the flux passing through each turn of a coil is the same, the inductance of the coil may be computed
from L =
N
i
B
o
. How might one compute L for a coil for which this assumption is not valid .
Q.18 If a current in a source of emf is in the direction of the emf, the energy of the source decreases, if a current
is in a direction opposite to the emf (as in charging a battery), the energy of the source increases . Do
these statements apply to the inductor .
Q.19 Does the time required for the current in particular LR circuit to build up to any given fraction of its
equilibrium value depend on the value of the applied emf .
Q.20 A steady current is set up in a coil with a very large inductive time constant . When the current is
interupted with a switch a heavy arc tends to appear at the switch blades . Explain? [Note : interrupting
currents in highly inductive circuits can be dangerous]
Q.21 What is the advantage of placing the two electric wires carrying ac close together?
Q.22 In an LR series circuit the self induced emf is a maximum at the instant the switch is closed. How can this
be since there is no current in the inductance at this instant .
Q.23 Explain what is meant by the statement “A motor acts as a motor and generator at the same time.” Can
the same be said for a generator?
Q.24 In a toroid, is the energy density larger near the inner radius or near the outer radius ?
Q.25 Two circular loops are placed with their centres separated by a fixed distance. How would you orient
the loops to have (a) the largest mutual inductance (b) the smallest mutual inductance ?
Q.26 If the resistance R in the left hand circuit of figure is increased, what is the
direction of the induced current in the right hand circuit ?
ONLY ONE OPTION IS CORRECT.
Take approx. 2 minutes for answering each question.
Q.1 An electron is moving in a circular orbit of radius R with an angular acceleration o. At the centre of the
orbit is kept a conducting loop of radius r, (r <<R). The e.m.f induced in the smaller loop due to the
motion of the electron is
(A) zero, since charge on electron in constant (B) o
u
R 4
er
2
0
(C) o
t
u
R 4
er
2
0
(D) none of these
Q.2 a conducting loop of radius R is present in a uniform magnetic field B
perpendicular the plane of the ring. If radius R varies as a function of time ‘t’, as
R = R
0
+ t. The e.m.f induced in the loop is
(A) 2t(R
0
+ t)B clockwise (B) t(R
0
+ t)B clockwise
(C) 2t(R
0
+ t)B anticlockwise (D) zero
Q.3 A wire loop is placed in a region of time varying magnetic field which is oriented orthogonally to the plane
of the loop as shown in the figure. The graph shows the magnetic field variation as the function of time.
Assume the positive emf is the one which drives a current in the clockwise direction and seen by the
observer in the direction of B. Which of the following graphs best represents the induced emf as a
function of time.
(A) (B) (C) (D)
Q.4 A square wire loop of 10.0 cm side lies at right angles to a uniform
magnetic field of 20T. A 10 V light bulb is in a series with the loop as
shown in the fig. The magnetic field is decreasing steadily to zero over a
time interval At. The bulb will shine with full brightness if At is equal to
(A) 20 ms (B) 0.02 ms
(C) 2 ms (D) 0.2 ms
Q.5 A long straight wire is parallel to one edge as in fig. If the current in the long wire is varies in time as
I = I
0
e
–t/t
, what will be the induced emf in the loop?
(A)
tt
u bI
0
ln
|
.
|

\
| +
d
a d
(B)
tt
u
2
bI
0
ln
|
.
|

\
| +
d
a d
(C)
tt
u bI 2
0
ln
|
.
|

\
| +
d
a d
(D)
tt
u bI
0
ln
|
.
|

\
|
+ a d
d
Q.6 A rectangular loop with a sliding connector of length 10 cm is situated in
uniform magnetic field perpendicular to plane of loop. The magnetic
induction is 0.1 tesla and resistance of connector (R) is 1 ohm. The
sides AB and CD have resistances 2 ohm and 3 ohm respectively. Find
the current in the connector during its motion with constant velocity one
metre/sec.
(A)
110
1
A (B)
220
1
A (C)
55
1
A (D)
440
1
A
Q.7 The magnetic flux through a stationary loop with resistance R varies during interval of time T as o = at
(T – t). The heat generated during this time neglecting the inductance of loop will be
(A)
R 3
T a
3 2
(B)
R 3
T a
2 2
(C)
R 3
T a
2
(D)
R
T a
3 2
Q.8 The dimensions of permeability of free space can be given by
(A) [MLT
–2
A
–2
] (B) [MLA
–2
] (C) [ML
–3
T
2
A
2
] (D) [MLA
–1
]
Q.9 A wire as a parabola y = a x
2
is located in a uniform magnetic field of inductance B, the vector B being
perpendicular to the plane xy. At the moment t = 0 a connector starts translation wise from the parabola
apex with a constant acceleration e to find the emf of electromagnetic induction in the loop this formed
as a function of y
(A) c
in
= 2 By
a
2e
(B) c
in
= By
a
2e
(C) c
in
=
2
By
a
2e
(D) c
in
=
2
By
a
e
Q.10 A thin circular ring of area 10
–2
m
2
is held perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field of induction 0.1 T.
A small cut is made in the ring and the galvanometer is connected across the ends such that the total
resistance of the circuit is 0.1 O. The ring is squeezed to area 0.5 ×10
–2
m
2
in time 0.1 sec. The average
induced current in the circuit is
(A) insufficient data (B) 0.05 A (C) 0.5 A (D) 5 A
Q.11 A closed planar wire loop of area A and arbitrary shape is placed in a uniform magnetic field of magnitude
B, with its plane perpendicular to magnetic field. The resistance of the wire loop is R. The loop is now
turned upside down by 180° so that its plane again becomes perpendicular to the magnetic field. The
total charge that must have flowed through the wire ring in the process is
(A) < AB/R (B) = AB/R (C) = 2AB/R (D) None
Q.12 A square coil ABCD is placed in x-y plane with its centre at origin. A long
straight wire, passing through origin, carries a current in negative z-direction.
Current in this wire increases with time. The induced current in the coil is :
(A) clockwise (B) anticlockwise
(C) zero (D) alternating
Q.13 A vertical bar magnet is dropped from position on the axis of a fixed metallic
coil as shown in fig - I. In fig - II the magnet is fixed and horizontal coil is
dropped. The acceleration of the magnet and coil are a
1
and a
2
respectively
then
(A) a
1
> g , a
2
> g (B) a
1
> g , a
2
< g
(C) a
1
< g , a
2
< g (D) a
1
< g , a
2
> g fig - I fig-II
Q.14 Two identical coaxial circular loops carry a current i each circulating in the same direction. If the loops
approach each other
(A) the current in each will decrease (B) the current in each will increase
(C) the current in each will remain the same
(D) the current in one will increase and in other will decrease
Q.15 A long straight conductor is placed along axis of a circular coil of radius R. If the current,
as shown in figure, starts decreasing with time, the current induced in loop would be
(A) clockwise (ACB) (B) anticlockwise (ABC)
(C) can not be decided (D) there will be no induced current.
Q.16 In a long hollow vertical metal pipe a magnet is dropped. During its fall, the acceleration of magnet:
(A) will decrease linearly
(B) will decrease upto a value which is less than g.
(C) will decrease to zero and will attain a terminal speed
(D) may increase or decrease
Q.17 In the arrangement shown in given figure current from A to B is increasing in magnitude. Induced current
in the loop will
(A) have clockwise direction
(B) have anticlockwise direction
(C) be zero
(D) oscillate between clockwise and anticlockwise
Q.18 An electric current i
1
can flow either direction through loop (1) and induced
current i
2
in loop (2). Positive i
1
is when current is from 'a' to 'b' in loop (1)
and positive i
2
is when the current is from 'c' to 'd' in loop (2)
In an experiment, the graph of i
2
against time 't' is as shown below
Which one(s) of the following graphs could have caused i
2
to behave as give above.
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
(E)
Q.19 A bar magnet is released from rest along the axis of a very long, vertical copper tube after some time, the
magnet
(A) will stop the tube (B) will move with almost constant speed
(C) will move with acceleration g (D) will oscillate
Q.20 Figure shows a bar magnet and a long straight wire W, carrying current into the
plane of paper. Point P is the point of intersection of axis of magnet and the line
of shortest distance between magnet and the wire. If P is the midpoint of the
magnet, then which of the following statements is correct ?
(A) magnet experiences a torque in clockwise direction
(B) magnet experiences a torque in anticlockwise direction
(C) magnet experiences a force, normal to the line of shortest distance
(D) magnet experiences a force along the line of shortest distance
Q.21 A square coil ABCD is lying in xy plane with its centre at origin. A lng straight
wire passing through origin carries a current i = 2t in negative z-direction. The
induced current in the coil is
(A) clockwise (B) anticlockwise
(C) alternating (D) zero
Q.22 A negative charge is given to a nonconducting loop and the loop is rotated in the
plane of paper about its centre as shown in figure. The magnetic field produced
by the ring affects a small magnet placed above the ring in the same plane:
(A) the magnet does not rotate
(B) the magnet rotates clockwise as seen from below.
(C) the magnet rotates anticlockwise as seen from below
(D) no effect on magnet is there.
Q .23 Tw o infinitely long conducting parallel rails are connected through a capacitor C
as show n in the figure. A conductor of length l is moved with constant speed
v
0
.Which of the following graph truly depicts the variation of current
through the conductor with time ?
(A) (B)
(C) (D)
Q.24 Two identical conductors P and Q are placed on two frictionless rails R and
S in a uniform magnetic field directed into the plane. If P is moved in the
direction shown in figure with a constant speed then
rod Q
(A) will be attracted towards P
(B) will be repelled away from P
(C) will remain stationary
(D) may be repelled or attracted towards P
Q.25 The figure shows an isosceles triangle wire frame with apex angle equal to t/2. The
frame starts entering into the region of uniform magnetic field B with constant velocity
v at t= 0. The longest side of the frame is perpendicular to the direction of velocity.
If i is the instantaneous current through the frame then choose the alternative showing
the correct variation of i with time.
(A) (B) (C) (D)
Q.26 A thin wire of length 2m is perpendicular to the xy plane. It is moved with velocity
s / m ) k
ˆ
j
ˆ
3 i
ˆ
2 ( v + + =

through a region of magnetic induction
2
m / Wb ) j
ˆ
2 i
ˆ
( B + =

. Then potential difference induced between
the ends of the wire :
(A) 2 volts (B) 4 volts (C) 0 volts (D) none of these
Q.27 A long metal bar of 30 cm length is aligned along a north south line and moves eastward at a speed of 10
ms
–1
. A uniform magnetic field of 4.0 T points vertically downwards. If the south end of the bar has a
potential of 0 V, the induced potential at the north end of the bar is
(A) + 12 V (B) – 12 V
(C) 0 V (D) cannot be determined since there is not closed circuit
Q.28 A square metal loop of side 10 cm and resistance 1 O is moved with a constant
velocity partly inside a magnetic field of 2 Wbm
–2
, directed into the paper, as
shown in the figure. This loop is connected to a network of five resistors each of
value 3 O. If a steady current of 1 mA flows in the loop, then the speed of the
loop is
(A) 0.5 cms
–1
(B) 1 cms
–1
(C) 2 cms
–1
(D) 4 cms
–1
Q.29 Two conducting rings P and Q of radii r and 2r rotate uniformly in opposite
directions with centre of mass velocities 2v and v respectively on a
conducting surface S. There is a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B
perpendicular to the plane of the rings. The potential difference between
the highest points of the two rings is
(A) zero (B) 4 Bvr
(C) 8 Bvr (D) 16 Bvr
Q.30 Two coils, X and Y, are linked such that emf E is induced in Y when the current in X is changing at the rate
|
.
|

\
|
=
-
dt
dI
I
. If a current I
0
is now made to flow through Y, the flux linked with X will be
(A) EI
0
-
I (B)
|
|
.
|

\
|
-
I
E
I
0
(C) (E
-
I ) I
0
(D)
E
I I
0
-
Q.31 A conductor AB of length l oriented along x-axis moves in XY plane with velocity ( ) j
ˆ
i
ˆ
v v
0
÷ =

. AA
magnetic field ( ) j
ˆ
i
ˆ
B B
0
+ =

exists in the region. The induced emf is
(A) 2 B
0
lv
0
(B) 2B
0
lv
0
(C) B
0
lv
0
(D) zero
Q.32 A conducting rod moves with constant velocity u perpendicular to the long,
straight wire carrying a current I as shown compute that the emf generated
between the ends of the rod.
(A)
r
l
t
u u I
0
(B)
r
l
t
u u
2
I
0
(C)
r
l
t
u u I 2
0
(D)
r
l
t
u u
4
I
0

Q.33 A conducting rod of length l moves with velocity u a direction parallel to a long wire carrying a steady
current I. The axis of the rod is maintained perpendicular to the wire with near end a distance r away as
shown in the fig. Find the emf induced in the rod.
(A)
t
u u I
0
ln
|
.
|

\
| +
r
r l
(B)
t
u u I 2
0
ln
|
.
|

\
| +
r
r l
(C)
t
u u I
0
ln
|
.
|

\
|
+ l
l
r
(D)
t
u u
2
I
0
ln
|
.
|

\
| +
r
r l
Q.34 A square loop of side a and resistance R is moved in the region of uniform magnetic field B(loop
remaining completely insidefield) ,with a velocity v through a distance x . The work done is :
(A)
R
vx B
2

(B)
R
vx B 2
2 2

(C)
R
vx B 4
2 2

(D) none
Q.35 A metallic rod of length L and mass M is moving under the action of two unequal forces F
1
and F
2
(directed
opposite to each other) acting at its ends along its length. Ignore gravity and any external magnetic field. If
specific charge of electrons is (e/m), then the potential difference between the ends of the rod is steady state
must be
(A) eM mL F F
2 1
÷ (B)
eM mL ) F F (
2 1
÷
(C) [ eM mL ] ln [F
1
/F
2
] (D) None
Q.36 Two parallel rigid wires are fixed at a distance ‘d’ apart, with each wire in a vertical position. The top
ends of the two wires are connected through an ideal inductor of inductance L. A straight connector of
mass M can slide freely up and down, maintaining electrical contact with the two wires, in a horizontal
position. A uniform magnetic field exists perpendicular to the plane of the wires. If the connector is
released from rest, the graph of its downward velocity with time is :
(A) (B) (C) (D)
Q.37 A rod closing the circuit shown in figure moves along a U shaped wire at a constant
speed v under the action of the force F. The circuit is in a uniform magnetic field
perpendicular to the plane. Calculate F if the rate of heat generation in the circuti is Q.
(A) F = Qv (B) F =
v
Q
(C) F =
Q
v
(D) F = Qv
Q.38 Two parallel long straight conductors lie on a smooth surface. Two other parallel conductors rest on
them at right angles so as to form a square of side a initially. A uniform magnetic field B exists at right
angles to the plane containing the conductors. They start moving out with a constant velocity v. If r is the
resistance per unit length of the wire the current in the circuit will be
(A)
r
Bv
(B)
v
Br
(C) Bvr (D) Bv
Q.39 There is a uniform magnetic field B normal to the xy plane. A conductor ABC has length AB = l
1
, parallel
to the x-axis, and length BC = l
2
, parallel to the y-axis. ABC moves in the xy plane with velocity
j
ˆ
v i
ˆ
v
y x
+ . The potential difference between A and C is proportional to
(A) v
x
l
1
+ v
y
l
2
(B) v
x
l
2
+ v
y
l
1
(C) v
x
l
2
– v
y
l
1
(D) v
x
l
1
– v
y
l
2
Q.40 A conducting rod PQ of length 5 m oriented as shown in figure is moving with
velocity (2 m/s)
i
ˆ
without any rotation in a uniform magnetic field
) k
ˆ
4 j
ˆ
3 ( +
Tesla.
Emf induced in the rod is
(A) 32 Volts (B) 40 Volt (C) 50 Volt (D) none
Q.41 An equilateral triangular loop ADC of some finite magnetic field B

as shown in
the figure. At time t = 0, side DC of loop is at edge of the magnetic field. Magnetic
field is perpendicular to the paper inwards (or perpendicular to the plane of the
coil). The induced current versus time graph will be as
(A) (B) (C) (D)
Q.42 In the circuit shown in figure, a conducting wire HE is moved with a constant
speed V towards left. The complete circuit is placed in a uniform magnetic
field B

perpendicular to the plane of the circuit directed in inward direction.
The current in HKDE is
(A) clockwise (B) anticlockwise
(C) alternating (D) zero
Q.43 The magnetic field in a region is given by

B = B
0
1+
F
H
G
I
K
J
x
a
k

. A square loop of edge - length d is
placed with its edge along x & y axis. The loop is moved with constant velocity

V V i =
0

. The emf
induced in the loop is
(A)
V B d
a
0 0
2
(B)
V B d
a
0 0
2
2
(C)
V B a
d
0 0
2
(D) None
Q.44 When a ‘J’ shaped conducting rod is rotating in its own plane with constant
angular velocity w, about one of its end P, in a uniform magnetic field
B

directed
normally into the plane of paper) then magnitude of emf induced across it will be
(A) Be
2 2
L l +
(B)
2
L B
2
1
e
(C)
) L ( B
2
1
2 2
l + e
(D)
2
B
2
1
l e
Q.45 A metal disc rotates freely, between the poles of a magnet in the direction
indicated. Brushes P and Q make contact with the edge of the disc and
the metal axle.What current, if any, flows through R?
(A) a current from P to Q
(B) a current from Q to P
(C) no current, because the emf in the disc is opposed by the back emf
(D) no current, because the emf induced in one side of the disc is opposed
by the emf induced in the other side.
(E) no current, because no radial emf is induced in the disc
Q.46 For L-R circuit, the time constant is equal to
(A) twice the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the
resistance
(B) ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance
(C) half the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the
resistance
(D) square of the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the
resistance
Q.47 A rectangular coil of single turn, having area A, rotates in a uniform magnetic field B an angular velocity
e about an axis perpendicular to the field. If initially the plane of coil is perpendicular to the field, then the
average induced e.m.f. when it has rotated through 90° is
(A)
t
eBA
(B)
t
e
2
BA
(C)
t
e
4
BA
(D)
t
eBA 2
Q.48 A ring of resistance 10O, radius 10cm and 100 turns is rotated at a rate 100 revolutions
per second about a fixed axis which is perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field of induction 10mT. The
amplitude of the current in the loop will be nearly (Take : t
2
= 10)
(A) 200A (B) 2A (C) 0.002A (D) none of these
Q.49 A copper rod AB of length L, pivoted at one end A, rotates at constant angular velocity e, at right angles
to a uniform magnetic field of induction B. The e.m.f developed between the mid point C of the rod and
end B is
(A)
4
B
2
l e
(B)
2
B
2
l e
(C)
4
B 3
2
l e
(D)
8
B 3
2
l e

Q.50 Figure shows a uniform magnetic field B confined to a cylindrical volume and is increasing
at a constant rate. The instantaneous acceleration experienced by an
electron placed at P is
(A) zero (B) towards right
(C) towards left (D) upwards
Q.51 A triangular wire frame (each side = 2m) is placed in a region of time variant
magnetic field having dB/dt = 3 T/s. The magnetic field is perpendicular to the
plane of the triangle. The base of the triangle AB has a resistance 1 O while the
other two sides have resistance 2O each. The magnitude of potential difference
between the points A and B will be
(A) 0.4 V (B) 0.6 V (C) 1.2 V (D) None
Q.52 In the adjoining circuit, initially the switch S is open. The switch ‘S’ is closed
at t = 0. The difference between the maximum and minimum current that
can flow in the circuit is
(A) 2 Amp (B) 3 Amp
(C) 1 Amp (D) nothing can be concluded
Q.53 The ratio of time constant in charging and discharging in the
circuit shown in figure is
(A) 1 : 1 (B) 3 : 2
(C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : 3
Q.54 In an L-R circuit connected to a battery of constant e.m.f. E switch S is closed at time t = 0. If e denotes
the magnitude of induced e.m.f. across inductor and i the current in the circuite at any time t. Then which
of the following graphs shows the variation of e with i ?
(A) (B) (C) (D)
Q.55 A curren of 2A is increasing at a rate of 4 A/s through a coil of inductance 2H. The energy stored in the
inductor per unit time is
(A) 2 J/s (B) 1 J/s (C) 16 J/s (D) 4 J/s
Q.56 Two identical inductance carry currents that vary with time according to linear
laws (as shown in figure). In which of two inductance is the self induction emf
greater?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) same
(D) data are insufficient to decide
Q.57 The current in the given circuit is increasing with a rate a = 4 amp/s.
The charge on the capacitor at an instant when the current in the
circuit is 2 amp will be :
(A) 4uC (B) 5uC
(C) 6uC (D) none of these
Q.58 L, C and R represent physical quantities inductance, capacitance and resistance. The combination which
has the dimensions of frequency is
(A)
L
R
and
RC
1
(B)
L
R
and
RC
1
(C)
LC
(D)
L
C
Q.59 A coil of inductance 5H is joined to a cell of emf 6V through a resistance 10O at time t = 0. The emf
across the coil at time t = ln
2
s is:
(A) 3V (B) 1.5 V (C) 0.75 V (D) 4.5 V
Q.60 A long solenoid of N turns has a self inductance L and area of cross section A. When a current i flows
through the solenoid, the magnetic field inside it has magnitude B. The current i is equal to:
(A) BAN/L (B) BANL (C) BN/AL (D) B/ANL
Q.61 A long straight wire of circular cross-section is made of a non-magnetic material. The wire is of radius a.
The wire carries a current I which is uniformly ditributed over its cross-section. The energy stored per
unit lenght in the magnetic field contained within the wire is
(A) U =
t
u
8
I
2
0
(B) U =
t
u
16
I
2
0
(C) U =
t
u
4
I
2
0
(D) U =
t
u
2
I
2
0
Q.62 The network shown in the figure is part of a complete circuit. If at a
certain instant, the current I is 5A and it is decreasing at a rate of
10
3
As
–1
then V
B
–V
A
equals
(A) 20 V (B) 15 V (C) 10 V (D) 5 V
Q.63 In Problem 62, if I is reversed in direction, then V
B
– V
A
equals
(A) 5 V (B) 10 V (C) 15 V (D) 20 V
Q.64 Two resistors of 10 O and 20 O and an ideal inductor of 10 H are connected to
a 2 V battery as shown. The key K is inserted at time t = 0. The initial (t = 0) and
final (t ÷·) currents through battery are
(A)
15
1
A,
10
1
AA (B)
10
1
A,
15
1
AA
(C)
15
2
A,
10
1
AA (D)
15
1
A,
25
2
AA
Q.65 A small coil of radius r is placed at the centre of a large coil of radius R, where R >> r. The coils are
coplanar. The coefficient inductance between the coils is
(A)
R 2
r
0
t u
(B)
R 2
r
2
0
t u
(C)
2
2
0
R 2
r t u
(D)
2
0
R 2
r t u
Q.66 Two long parallel wires whose centres are a distance d apart carry equal currents in opposite directions.
If the flux within wires is neglected, the inductance of such arrangement of wire of length l and radius a
will be
(A) L =
t
u l
0
log
e
a
a d ÷
(B) L =
t
u l
0
log
e
a
d
(C) L =
t
u l
0
log
e
d
a
(D) none
Q.67 The inductor in a L–C oscillation has a maximum potential difference of 16 V and maximum energy of
160 uJ. The value of capacitor in L–C circuit is
(A) 0.8 uF (B) 0.625 uF (C) 1.6 uF (D) 1.25 uF
Q .68 In the circuit show n, the cell is ideal. The coil has an inductance of 4H and
zero resistance. F is a fuse of zero resistance and w ill blow w hen the current
through it reaches 5A . The sw itch is closed at t = 0. The fuse w ill blow :
(A ) just after t=0 (B ) after 2s
(C ) after 5s (D ) after 10s
Q.69 A coil of inductance L and zero resistance is connected to a source of variable emf at t = 0. The emf of
the source is varied with time according to the graph shown on the right above. What will be the average
current that flows through the coil during time T?
(A) L 2 T V
0
(B) L 3 T V
0
(C) L 2 T V 3
0
(D) L T V
0
Q.70 In the LR circuit shown, what is the variation of the current I as a function
of time? The switch is closed at time t = 0 sec.
(A)
|
|
.
|

\
|
÷
÷
L
Rt
e 1
R
V
(B)
L
Rt
e
R
V
÷

(C) –
L
Rt
e
R
V
÷
(D) None
Q.71 In the circuit shown, X is joined to Y for a long time, and then X is
joined to Z. The total heat produced in R
2
is :
(A)
2
1
2
R 2
LE
(B)
2
2
2
R 2
LE
(C)
2 1
2
R R 2
LE
(D)
2
1
2
2
R 2
R LE

Q.72 An induction coil stores 32 joules of magnetic energy and dissipates energy as heat at the rate of 320
watts. When a current of 4 amperes is passed through it. Find the time constant of the circuit when the
coil is joined across a battery.
(A) 0.2 s (B) 0.1 s (C) 0.3 s (D) 0.4 s
Q.73 The figure shows a part of a complete circuit. The potential
difference V
B
– V
A
when the current I is 5A and is decreasing at
a rate of 10
3
As
–1
is given by
(A) 15 V (B) 10 V (C) –15 V (D) 20 V
Q.74 In a L–R decay circuit, the initial current at t = 0 is I. The total charge that has flown through the resistor
till the energy in the inductor has reduced to one–fourth its initial value, is
(A) R I L (B) R 2 I L (C)
R 2 I L
(D) None
Q.75 A capacitor of capacitance 2 uF is charged to a potential difference of 12 V. It is then connected across
an inductor of inductance 0.6 mH. The current in the circuit when the potential difference across the
capacitor is 6 V is :
(A) 3.6 A (B) 2.4 A (C) 1.2 A (D) 0.6 A
Q.76 In an LC circuit, the capacitor has maximum charge q
0
. The value of
di
dt
max
is
(A)
q
LC
0
(B)
q
LC
0
(C)
q
LC
0
–1 (D) none of these
Q.77 An inductor coil stores U energy when i current is passed through it and dissipates energy at the rate of P.
The time constant of the circuit, when this coil is connected across a battery of zero internal resistance is
(A)
P
U 4
(B)
P
U
(C)
P
U 2
(D)
U
P 2
Q.78 The mutual inductance between the rectangular loop and the long straight wire
as shown in figure is M.
(A) M = Zero (B) M =
|
.
|

\
|
+
t
u
b
c
1 ln
2
a
0
(C) M =
|
.
|

\
| +
t
u
b
c a
ln
2
b
0
(D) M =
|
.
|

\
|
+
t
u
c
b
1 ln
2
a
0
Q.79 A long straight wire is placed along the axis of a circular ring of radius R. The mutual inductance of this
system is
(A)
2
R
0
u
(B)
2
R
0
t u
(C)
2
0
u
(D) 0
Q .80 The pow er factor of the circuit is 1/ 2 . The capacitance of the circuit
is equal to
(A) 400 uF (B) 300 uF
(C) 500 uF (D) 200 uF
Q.81 An ac-circuit having supply voltage E consists of a resistor of resistance 3O and
an inductor of reactance 4O as shown in the figure. The voltage across the
inductor at t = T/2 is
(A) 2 volts (B) 10 volts
(C) zero (D) 4.8 volts
Q.82 In the circuit, as shown in the figure, if the value of R.M.S current is
2.2 ampere, the power factor of the box is
(A)
2
1
(B) 1
~
100O C
Box
1/ Henry t
V = 220 volt, = 100 s
rms
–1
e t
(C)
2
3
(D)
2
1
Q.83 When 100 V DC is applied across a solenoid a current of 1 A flows in it. When 100 V AC is applied
across the same coil, the current drops to 0.5 A. If the frequency of the AC source is 50 Hz, the
impedance and inductance of the solenoid are:
(A) 100O, 0.93 H (B) 200O, 1.0 H (C) 10O, 0.86H (D) 200O, 0.55 H
Q.84 An inductive circuit contains resistance of 10 O and an inductance of 2.0 H. If an AC voltage of 120 V
and frequency 60 Hz is applied to this circuit, the current would be nearly:
(A) 0.8 A (B) 0.48 A (C) 0.16 A (D) 0.32 A
Q.85 The power in ac circuit is given by P = E
rms
I
rms
coso.The vale of cos o in series LCR circuit at resonance is:
(A) zero (B) 1 (C)
2
1
(D)
2
1
Q.86 In ac circuit when ac ammeter is connected it reads i current if a student uses dc ammeter in place of ac
ammeter the reading in the dc ammeter will be:
(A)
2
i
(B) 2 i (C) 0.637 i (D) zero
Q.87 In the circuti shown in the figure, R =
C
L
. Switch S is closed at time t = 0. The current throughC and
L would be equal after a time t equal to:
(A) CR (B) CR ln (2)
(C)
) 2 ( ln R
L
(D) LR
Q.88 In the circuit shown if the emf of source at an instant is 5 V, the potential difference
across capacitor at the same instant is 4 V. The potential difference across R at
that instant can be
(A) 3V (B) 9V (C)
2
3
V (D) none
Q.89 An AC current is given by I = I
0
+ I
1
sin wt then its rms value will be
(A)
2
1
2
0
I 5 . 0 I + (B)
2
0
2
0
I 5 . 0 I +
(C) 0 (D) 2 I
0
Q.90 Let f = 50 Hz, and C = 100 uF in an AC circuit containing a capicator only. If the peak value of the
current in the circuit is 1.57 A at t = 0. The expression for the instantaneous voltage across the capacitor
will be
(A) E = 50 sin (100 tt – t/2) (B) E = 100 sin (50 tt)
(C) E = 50 sin 100 tt (D) E = 50 sin (100 tt + t/2)
Q.91 In a series CR circuit shown in figure, the applied voltage is 10 V and the voltage across capacitor is
found to be 8V. Then the voltage across R, and the phase difference between current and the applied
voltage will respectively be
(A) 6V, tan
–1
|
.
|

\
|
3
4
(B) 3V, tan
–1
|
.
|

\
|
4
3

(C) 6V, tan
–1
|
.
|

\
|
3
5
(D) none
Q.92 The phase difference between current and voltage in an AC circuit is t/4 radian. If the frequency of AC
is 50 Hz, then the phase difference is equivalent to the time difference :
(A) 0.78 s (B) 15.7 ms (C) 0.25 s (D) 2.5 ms
Q.93 The given figure represents the phasor diagram of a series LCR circuit
connected to an ac source. At the instant t' when the source voltage
is given by V = V
0
coset', the current in the circuit will be
(A) I = I
0
cos(et' + t/6) (B) I = I
0
cos(et' – t/6)
(C) I = I
0
cos(et' + t/3) (D) I = I
0
cos(et' – t/3)
Q.94 A coil, a capacitor and an AC source of rms voltage 24 V are connected in series. By varying the
frequency of the source, a maximum rms current of 6A is observed. If coil is connected to a battery of
emf 12 volt and internal resistance 4O, then current through it in steady state is
(A) 2.4 A (B) 1.8 A (C) 1.5 A (D) 1.2 A
Q.95 Power factor of an L-R series circuit is 0.6 and that of a C–R series circuit is 0.5. If the element (L, C,
and R) of the two circuits are joined in series the power factor of this circuit is found to be 1. The ratio
of the resistance in the L-R circuit to the resistance in the C–R circuit is
(A) 6/5 (B) 5/6 (C)
3 3
4
(D)
4
3 3
Q.96 The direct current which would give the same heating effect in an equal
constant resistance as the current shown in figure, i.e. the r.m.s. current,
is
(A) zero (B) 2 A
(C) 2A (D) 2 2 AA
Q.97 The effective value of current i = 2 sin 100 t t + 2 sin(100 t t + 30°) is :
(A)
2
A (B)
3 2 2 +
(C) 4 (D) None
Q.98 In the circuit diagram shown, X
C
= 100 O, X
L
= 200 O and
R = 100O. The effective current through the source is
(A) 2 A (B) 2 A
(C) 0.5 A (D) 2 2 A
Q.99 If I
1
, I
2
, I
3
and I
4
are the respective r.m.s. values of the time varying currents as shown in the four cases
I, II, III and IV. Then identify the correct relations.
(A) I
1
= I
2
= I
3
= I
4
(B) I
3
> I
1
= I
2
> I
4
(C) I
3
> I
4
> I
2
= I
1
(D) I
3
> I
2
> I
1
> I
4
Q.100 In series LR circuit X
L
= 3R. Now a capacitor with X
C
= R is added in series. Ratio of new to old power
factor is
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C)
2
1
(D)
2
Q.101 The current I, potential difference V
L
across the inductor and potential
difference V
C
across the capacitor in circuit as shown in the figure are
best represented vectorially as
(A) (B) (C) (D)
Q.102 A coil, a capacitor and an A.C. source of rms voltage 24 V are connected in series. By varying the
frequency of the source, a maximum rms current of 6 A is observed. If this coil is connected to a battery
of emf 12 V and internal resistance 4O, the current through it will be
(A) 2.4 A (B) 1.8 A (C) 1.5 A (D) 1.2 A
Q.103 In the shown AC circuit phase different between currents I
1
and I
2
is
(A)
2
t
–tan
–1
R
x
L
(B) tan
–1
R
x x
C L
÷
(C)
2
t
+ tan
–1
R
x
L
(D) tan
–1
R
x x
C L
÷
+
2
t
Q.104 The circuit shown is in a uniform magnetic field that is into the page and is
decreasing in magnitude at the rate of 150 tesla/second. The ideal ammeter
(A) 0.15 A (B) 0.35 A (C) 0.50 A (D) 0.65 A
Q.105 A capacitor C = 2uF and an inductor with L = 10 H and coil resistance 5 O are in series in a circuit.
When an alternating current of r.m.s. value 2A flows in the circuit, the average power in watts in the
circuit is
(A) 100 (B) 50 (C) 20 (D) 10
ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION MAY BE CORRECT
Take approx. 3 minutes for answering each question.
Q.1 The dimension of the ratio of magnetic flux and the resistance is equal to that of :
(A) induced emf (B) charge (C) inductance (D) current
Question No. 2 to 5 (4 questions)
The adjoining figure shows two different arrangements in which two square wire frames are placed in a
uniform constantly decreasing magnetic field B.
Q.2 The value of magnetic flux in each case is given by
(A) Case I: u = t(L
2
+ 
2
)B; Case II: u = t(L
2
– 
2
)B
(B) Case I: u = t(L
2
+ 
2
)B; Case II: u = t(L
2
+ 
2
)B
(C) Case I: u = (L
2
+ 
2
)B; Case II: u = (L
2
– 
2
)B
(D) Case I: u = (L + )
2
B; Case II: u = t(L – )
2
B
Q.3 The direction of induced current in the case I is
(A) from a to b and from c to d (B) from a to b and from f to e
(C) from b to a and from d to c (D) from b to a and from e to f
Q.4 The direction of induced current in the case II is
(A) from a to b and from c to d (B) from b to a and from f to e
(C) from b to a and from c to d (D) from a to b and from d to c
Q.5 If I
1
and I
2
are the magnitudes of induced current in the cases I and II, respectively, then
(A) I
1
= I
2
(B) I
1
> I
2
(C) I
1
< I
2
(D) nothing can be said
Q.6 Figure shown plane figure made of a conductor located in a magnetic
field along the inward normal to the plane of the figure. The magnetic
field starts diminishing. Then the induced current
(A) at point P is clockwise
(B) at point Q is anticlockwise
(C) at point Q is clockwise
(D) at point R is zero
Q.7 A conducting wire frame is placed in a magnetic field which is directed into the
paper. The magnetic field is increasing at a constant rate. The
directions of induced currents in wires AB and CD are
(A) B to A and D to C (B) A to B and C to D
(C) A to B and D to C (D) B to A and C to D
Q.8 Two circular coils A and B are facing each other as shown in figure.
The current i through A can be altered
(A) there will be repulsion between A and B if i is increased
(B) there will be attraction between A and B if i is increased
(C) there will be neither attraction nor repulsion when i is changed
(D) attraction or repulsion between A and B depends on the direction
of current. It does not depend whether the current is increased or
decreased.
Q.9 When a magnet with its magnetic moment along the axis of a circular coil and directed towards the coil
is withdrawn away from the coil, parallel to itself, the current in the coil, as seen by the withdrawing
magnet is
(A) zero (B) clockwise
(C) anticlockwise (D) independent of the resistance of the coil
Q.10 A bar magnet is moved along the axis of copper ring placed far away from the magnet. Looking from the
side of the magnet, an anticlockwise current is found to be induced in the ring. Which of the following
may be true?
(A) The south pole faces the ring and the magnet moves towards it.
(B) The north pole faces the ring and the magnet moves towards it.
(C) The south pole faces the ring and the magnet moves away from it.
(D) The north pole faces the ring and the magnet moves away from it.
Q.11 In previous question, if P is on the left of midpoint :
(A) magnet experiences no torque
(B) magnet experiences no net force but experiences a torque
(C) magnet experiences a rightward force as well as a torque
(D) magnet will not experiences a rightward force as well as a torque
Q.12 Two circular coils P & Q are fixed coaxially & carry currents I
1
and I
2
respectively
(A) if I
2
= 0 & P moves towards Q, a current in the samedirection as I
1
is induced in Q
(B) if I
1
= 0 & Q moves towards P, a current in the opposite direction to
that of I
2
isinduced in P.
(C) when I
1
= 0 and I
2
= 0 are in the same direction then the two coils tend to move apart .
(D) when I
1
= 0 and I
2
= 0 are in opposite directions then the coils tends to move apart.
Q.13 AB and CD are smooth parallel rails, separated by a distance l, and
inclined to the horizontal at an angle u. A uniform magnetic field of
magnitude B, directed vertically upwards, exists in the region. EF is a
conductor of mass m, carrying a current i. For EF to be in equilibrium,
(A) i must flow from E to F (B) Bil = mg tan u
(C) Bil = mg sin u (D) Bil = mg
Q.14 In the previous question, if B is normal to the plane of the rails
(A) Bil = mg tan u (B) Bil = mg sin u
(C) Bil = mg cos u (D) equilibrium cannot be reached
Q.15 A conducting rod PQ of length L = 1.0 m is moving with a uniform speed
v = 20 m/s in a uniform magnetic field B = 4.0 T directed into the paper.
A capacitor of capacity C = 10 uF is connected as shown in figure. Then
(A) q
A
= + 800uC and q
B
= – 800uC
(B) q
A
= – 800uC and q
B
= + 800uC
(C) q
A
= 0 = q
B
(D) charged stored in the capacitor increases exponentially with time
Q.16 The e.m.f. induced in a coil of wire, which is rotating in a magnetic field, does not depend on
(A) the angular speed of rotation (B) the area of the coil
(C) the number of turns on the coil (D) the resistance of the coil
Q.17 A semicircle conducting ring of radius R is placed in the xy plane, as shown in the figure. A uniform
magnetic field is set up along the x–axis. No emf, will be induced in the ring. if
(A) it moves along the x–axis (B) it moves along the y–axis
(C) it moves along the z-axis (D) it remains stationary
Question No. 18 to 20 (3 questions)
A conducting ring of radius a is rotated about a point O on its periphery as
shown in the figure in a plane perpendicular to uniform magnetic field B
which exists everywhere. The rotational velocity is e.
Q.18 Choose the correct statement(s) related to the potential of the points P, Q and R
(A) V
P
– V
O
> 0 and V
R
– V
O
< 0 (B) V
P
= V
R
> V
O
(C) V
O
> V
P
= V
Q
(D) V
Q
– V
P
=V
P
– V
O
Q.19 Choose the correct statement(s) related to the magnitude of potential differences
(A) V
P
– V
O
=
2
1
Bea
2
(B) V
P
– V
Q
=
2
1
Bea
2
(C) V
Q
– V
O
= 2Bea
2
(D) V
P
– V
R
= 2Bea
2
Q.20 Choose the correct statement(s) related to the induced current in the ring
(A) Current flows from Q ÷÷ P ÷÷ O ÷÷R ÷÷ Q
(B) Current flows from Q ÷÷ R ÷÷ O ÷÷P ÷÷ Q
(C) Current flows from Q ÷÷ P ÷÷ O and from Q ÷÷R ÷÷ O
(D) No current flows
Q.21 Current growth in two L-R circuits (b) and (c) as shown in figure (a). Let L
1
, L
2
, R
1
and R
2
be the
corresponding values in two circuits. Then
(A) R
1
> R
2
(B) R
1
= R
2
(C) L
1
> L
2
(D) L
1
< L
2
t
(b)
(c)
i
(a) (b) (c)
Q.22 A circuit consisting of a constant e.m.f. 'E', a self induction 'L' and a
resistance 'R' is closed at t = 0. The relation between the current I
in the circuit and time t is as shown by curve 'a' in the fig. When one
or more of parameters E, R & L are changed , the curve 'b' is obtained
.The steady state current is same in both the
cases. Thenit is possible that :
(A) E & R are kept constant & L is increased
(B) E & R are kept constant & L is decreased
(C) E & R are both halved and L is kept constant
(D) E & L are kept constant and R is decreased
Q.23 A circuit element is placed in a closed box. At time t=0, constant current
generator supplying a current of 1 amp, is connected across the box.
Potential difference across the box varies according to graph shown in
figure. The element in the box is :
(A) resistance of 2O (B) battery of emf 6V
(C) inductance of 2H (D) capacitance of 0.5F
Q.24 A constant current i is maintained in a solenoid. Which of the following quantities will increase if an iron
rod is inserted in the solenoid along its axis?
(A) magnetic field at the centre. (B) magnetic flux linked with the solenoid
(C) self-inductance of the solenoid (D) rate of Joule heating.
Q.25 The symbols L, C, R represent inductance, capacitance and resistance respectively. Dimension of
frequency are given by the combination
(A) 1 / RC (B) R / L (C)
LC
1
(D) C / L
Q.26 An LR circuit with a battery is connected at t = 0. Which of the following quantities is not zero just after
the circuit
(A) current in the circuit (B) magnetic field energy in the inductor
(C) power delivered by the battery (D) emf induced in the inductor
Q.27 The switches in figures (a) and (b) are
closed at t = 0
(A) The charge on C just after t = 0 is EC.
(B) The charge on C long after t = 0 is EC.
(C) The current in L just after t = 0 is E/R.
(D) The current in L long after t = 0 is E/R.
Q.28 At a moment (t = 0) when charge on capacitor C
1
is zero, the switch is closed. If I
0
be the current
through inductor at that instant, for t > 0,
(A) maximum current through inductor equals I
0
/2.
(B) maximum current through inductor equals
2 1
0 1
C C
I C
+

(C) maximum charge on C
1
=
2 1
1 0 1
C C
LC I C
+
(D) maximum charge on C
1
= I
0
C
1
2 1
C C
L
+
Q.29 For L – R circuit, the time constant is equal to
(A) twice the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of the dissipation of energy in the
resistance.
(B) the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance.
(C) half of the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the
resistance.
(D) square of the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation energy in the
resistance.
Q.30 An inductor L, a resistance R and two identical bulbs B
1
and B
2
are
connected to a battery through a switch S as shown in the figure. The
resistance of coil having inductance L is also R. Which of the following
statement gives the correct description of the happenings when the
switch S is closed?
(A) The bulb B
2
lights up earlier than B
1
and finally both the bulbs shine equally bright.
(B) B
1
light up earlier and finally both the bulbs acquire equal brightness.
(C) B
2
lights up earlier and finally B
1
shines brighter than B
2
.
(D) B
1
and B
2
light up together with equal brightness all the time.
Q.31 Which of the following quantities can be written in SI units in Kgm
2
A
–2
S
–3
?
(A) Resistance (B) Inductance (C) Capacitance (D) Magnetic flux
Q.32 In figure, the switch S is closed so that a current flows in the iron-core inductor
which has inductance L and the resistance R. When the switch is opened, a
spark is obtained in it at the contacts. The spark is due to
(A) a slow flux change in L (B) a sudden increase in the emf of the battery B
(C) a rapid flux change in L (D) a rapid flux change in R
Q.33 In figure, a lamp P is in series with an iron-core inductor L. When the switch S
is closed, the brightness of the lamp rises relatively slowly to its full brightness
than it would do without the inductor. This is due to
(A) the low resistance of P (B) the induced-emf in L
(C) the low resistance of L (D) the high voltage of the battery B
Q.34 Two coil A and B have coefficient of mutual inductance M = 2H. The magnetic flux passing through coil
A changes by 4 Weber in 10 seconds due to the change in current in B. Then
(A) change in current in B in this time interval is 0.5 A
(B) the change in current in B in this time interval is 2A
(C) the change in current in B in this time interval is 8A
(D) a change in current of 1A in coil A will produce a change in flux passing through B by 4 Weber.
Q.35 Which of the following is true for an ideal transformer
(A) Total magnetic flux linked with primary coil equals flux linked with secondary coil
(B) flux per turn in primary is equal to flux per turn in secondary
(C) induced emf in secondary coil equals induced emf in primary
(D) power associated with primary coil at any moment equals power associated with secondary coil
Q.36 A circuit has three elements, a resistance of 11W, a coil of inductive resistance 120W and a capacitive
reactance of 120W in series and connected to an A.C. source of 110 V, 60 Hz. Which of the three
elements have minimum potential difference?
(A) Resistance (B) Capacitance
(C) Inductor (D) All will have equal potential difference
Q.37 The reactance of a circuit is zero. It is possible that the circuit contains :
(A) an inductor and a capacitor (B) an inductor but no capacitor
(C) a capacitor but no inductor (D) neigher an inductor nor a capacitor.
Q.38 In a series R-L-C circuit, the frequency of the source is half of the resonance frequency. The nature of
the circuit will be
(A) capacitive (B) inductive (C) purely resistive (D) data insufficient
Q.39 An a.c. source of voltage V and of frequency 50 Hz is connected to an inductor of 2H and negligible
resistance. A current of r.m.s. value I flows in the coil. When the frequency of the voltage is changed to
400 Hz keeping the magnitude of V the same, the current is now
(A) 8I in phase with V (B) 4I and leading by 90° from V
(C) I/4 and lagging by 90° from V (D) I/8 and lagging by 90° from V
ONLY ONE OPTION IS CORRECT
Q.1 B Q.2 C Q.3 C Q.4 A Q.5 B Q.6 B Q.7 A
Q.8 A Q.9 A Q.10 B Q.11 C Q.12 C Q.13 C Q.14 A
Q.15 D Q.16 C Q.17 A Q.18 D Q.19 B Q.20 D Q.21 D
Q.22 B Q.23 C Q.24 A Q.25 D Q.26 A Q.27 A Q.28 C
Q.29 C Q.30 B Q.31 D Q.32 B Q.33 D Q.34 D Q.35 A
Q.36 A Q.37 B Q.38 A Q.39 C Q.40 A Q.41 B Q.42 D
Q.43 A Q.44 C Q.45 A Q.46 A Q.47 D Q.48 B Q.49 D
Q.50 B Q.51 A Q.52 C Q.53 B Q.54 A Q.55 C Q.56 A
Q.57 C Q.58 A Q.59 A Q.60 A Q.61 B Q.62 B Q.63 C
Q.64 A Q.65 B Q.66 A Q.67 D Q.68 D Q.69 B Q.70 C
Q.71 A Q.72 A Q.73 C Q.74 B Q.75 D Q.76 A Q.77 C
Q.78 D Q.79 D Q.80 C Q.81 D Q.82 A Q.83 D Q.84 C
Q.85 B Q.86 D Q.87 B Q.88 B Q.89 A Q.90 C Q.91 A
Q.92 D Q.93 B Q.94 C Q.95 D Q.96 C Q.97 D Q.98 A
Q.99 B Q.100 D Q.101 D Q.102 C Q.103 C Q.104 B Q.105 C
ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION MAY BE CORRECT
Q.1 B Q.2 C Q.3 C Q.4 B
Q.5 B Q.6 A,C,D Q.7 A Q.8 A
Q.9 B Q.10 B,C Q.11 C Q.12 B,D
Q.13 A,B Q.14 B Q.15 A Q.16 D
Q.17 A,B,C,D Q.18 B,D Q.19 C Q.20 D
Q.21 B,D Q.22 A,C Q.23 D Q.24 A,B,C
Q.25 A,B,C Q.26 D Q.27 B,D Q.28 D
Q.29 A Q.30 A Q.31 A Q.32 C
Q.33 B Q.34 B Q.35 B,D Q.36 A
Q.37 A,D Q.38 A Q.39 D

Q.10 (i)

A piece of metal and a piece of non-metallic stone are dropped from the same height near the surface of the earth. Which one will reach the ground earlier? A metallic loop is placed in a nonuniform magnetic field. will an emf be induced in the loop ? A wire loop is held with its plane horizontal. A magnet with its north pole downward is allowed to fall through it from some height. Will the magnet fall with constant acceleration? What will happen if the poles are reversed? A magnet is dropped down into long vertically copper tube . Show that, even neglecting air resistance the magnet will reach a constant terminal velocity . A magnet is dropped from the ceiling along the axis of a copper loop lying flat on the floor. If the falling magnet is photographed with a time sequence camera, what differences, if any will be noted if, (i) the loop is at room temperature (ii) the loop is packed in dry ice ? A copper ring is suspended in a vertical plane by a thread. A steel bar is passed through the ring in the horizontal direction which is perpendicular to the plane of the loop. Then a magnet is similarly passed through the loop. Will the motion of the magnet and the bar affect the position of the ring? If the magnetic field outside a copper box is suddenly changed, what happens to the magnetic field inside the box ? Such low-resistivity metals are used to form enclosures which shield objects inside them against varying magnetic fields. Metallic (nonferromagnetic) and nonmetallic particles in a solid waste may be separated as follows. The waste is allowed to slide down an incline over permanent magnets. The metallic particles slow down as compared to the nonmetallic ones and hence are separated. Discuss the role of eddy currents in the process. A jet plane is flying due north . A potential difference is produced between he wing tips of the plane. Will a passenger sitting inside the plane also expect some emf between the wing tips? Will a tiny bulb connected to the wing tips glow? Is the inductance per unit length for a solenoid near its centre ; (a) the same as(b) less than or (c) greater than the inductance per unit length near its ends ? Two solenoids A & B have the same diameter & length & contain only one layer of windings, with adjacent turns touching, insulation thickness being negligible . Solenoid A contains many turns of fine wire & solenoid B contains fewer turns of heavier wire. (i) which solenoid has the larger inductance ? (i) which solenoid has the larger inductive time constant ? (material is same) If the flux passing through each turn of a coil is the same, the inductance of the coil may be computed N B from L = i . How might one compute L for a coil for which this assumption is not valid .

(ii) (iii)

(iv)

(v)

Q.11

Q.12

Q.13

Q.14

Q.15

Q.16

Q.17

19 Q.21 Q. Do these statements apply to the inductor .18 If a current in a source of emf is in the direction of the emf. Explain? [Note : interrupting currents in highly inductive circuits can be dangerous] What is the advantage of placing the two electric wires carrying ac close together? In an LR series circuit the self induced emf is a maximum at the instant the switch is closed.22 Q.26 . is the energy density larger near the inner radius or near the outer radius ? Two circular loops are placed with their centres separated by a fixed distance.20 Q. When the current is interupted with a switch a heavy arc tends to appear at the switch blades . what is the direction of the induced current in the right hand circuit ? Q.25 Q. if a current is in a direction opposite to the emf (as in charging a battery). the energy of the source increases . the energy of the source decreases. How would you orient the loops to have (a) the largest mutual inductance (b) the smallest mutual inductance ? If the resistance R in the left hand circuit of figure is increased. Does the time required for the current in particular LR circuit to build up to any given fraction of its equilibrium value depend on the value of the applied emf . A steady current is set up in a coil with a very large inductive time constant . Explain what is meant by the statement “A motor acts as a motor and generator at the same time.Q.23 Q.” Can the same be said for a generator? In a toroid.24 Q. How can this be since there is no current in the inductance at this instant .

3 (A) Q. The sides AB and CD have resistances 2 ohm and 3 ohm respectively.m.1 An electron is moving in a circular orbit of radius R with an angular acceleration .2 ms A long straight wire is parallel to one edge as in fig.4 (B) (C) (D) A square wire loop of 10. what will be the induced emf in the loop? (A) (C)  0 bI  d  a   ln    d  Q. The e.f induced in the smaller loop due to the motion of the electron is (A) zero.6 2 0 bI  d  a   0 bI  d    ln  (D) ln     d  da  A rectangular loop with a sliding connector of length 10 cm is situated in uniform magnetic field perpendicular to plane of loop. The e.1 tesla and resistance of connector (R) is 1 ohm. At the centre of the orbit is kept a conducting loop of radius r. A 10 V light bulb is in a series with the loop as shown in the fig. The magnetic field is decreasing steadily to zero over a time interval t.m. The graph shows the magnetic field variation as the function of time. Which of the following graphs best represents the induced emf as a function of time. since charge on electron in constant (B)  0 er 2  4R Q. The bulb will shine with full brightness if t is equal to (A) 20 ms (B) 0. Q. Q.f induced in the loop is (A) 2(R0 + t)B clockwise (B) (R0 + t)B clockwise (C) 2(R0 + t)B anticlockwise (D) zero A wire loop is placed in a region of time varying magnetic field which is oriented orthogonally to the plane of the loop as shown in the figure. as R = R0+ t. Take approx. If the current in the long wire is varies in time as I = I0e–t/.0 cm side lies at right angles to a uniform magnetic field of 20T. (r <<R). If radius R varies as a function of time ‘t’.2  0 er 2  (C) (D) none of these 4R a conducting loop of radius R is present in a uniform magnetic field B perpendicular the plane of the ring. 2 minutes for answering each question.ONLY ONE OPTION IS CORRECT.02 ms (C) 2 ms (D) 0. Find the current in the connector during its motion with constant velocity one metre/sec. The magnetic induction is 0. Assume the positive emf is the one which drives a current in the clockwise direction and seen by the observer in the direction of B.5 (B)  0 bI  d  a   ln  2  d  Q. (A) 1 A 110 (B) 1 A 220 (C) 1 A 55 (D) 1 A 440 .

A long straight wire. the vector B being perpendicular to the plane xy. A thin circular ring of area 10 A small cut is made in the ring and the galvanometer is connected across the ends such that the total resistance of the circuit is 0.14 Two identical coaxial circular loops carry a current i each circulating in the same direction.1 T. the current induced in loop would be (A) clockwise (ACB) (B) anticlockwise (ABC) (C) can not be decided (D) there will be no induced current.5 A (D) 5 A Q.12 Q. a2 > g Q.15 . Q.1 sec. The resistance of the wire loop is R.Q. The heat generated during this time neglecting the inductance of loop will be a 2T 3 (A) 3R a 2T 2 (B) 3R a 2T (C) 3R a 2T 3 (D) R Q. If the loops approach each other (A) the current in each will decrease (B) the current in each will increase (C) the current in each will remain the same (D) the current in one will increase and in other will decrease A long straight conductor is placed along axis of a circular coil of radius R. a2 < g (D) a1 < g . In fig .I.1 .13 fig .10 By 2 By  (D) in = 2 2 a a –2 m2 is held perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field of induction 0. The acceleration of the magnet and coil are a1 and a2 respectively then (A) a1 > g .8 Q.II the magnet is fixed and horizontal coil is dropped. carries a current in negative z-direction.5 ×10–2 m2 in time 0. If the current. At the moment t = 0 a connector starts translation wise from the parabola apex with a constant acceleration  to find the emf of electromagnetic induction in the loop this formed as a function of y (A) in = 2 By (C) in = 2 a (B) in = By 2 a Q. The ring is squeezed to area 0.7 The magnetic flux through a stationary loop with resistance R varies during interval of time T as  = at (T – t). as shown in figure. passing through origin. starts decreasing with time. The average induced current in the circuit is (A) insufficient data (B) 0. a2 < g (C) a1 < g . The loop is now turned upside down by 180° so that its plane again becomes perpendicular to the magnetic field. The total charge that must have flowed through the wire ring in the process is (A) < AB/R (B) = AB/R (C) = 2AB/R (D) None A square coil ABCD is placed in x-y plane with its centre at origin.I fig-II Q.05 A (C) 0. Current in this wire increases with time.11 A closed planar wire loop of area A and arbitrary shape is placed in a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B. with its plane perpendicular to magnetic field. The induced current in the coil is : (A) clockwise (B) anticlockwise (C) zero (D) alternating A vertical bar magnet is dropped from position on the axis of a fixed metallic coil as shown in fig .9 The dimensions of permeability of free space can be given by (A) [MLT–2 A–2] (B) [MLA–2] (C) [ML–3 T2 A2] (D) [MLA–1] A wire as a parabola y = a x2 is located in a uniform magnetic field of inductance B. a2 > g (B) a1 > g .

the graph of i2 against time 't' is as shown below Q.17 Q. carrying current into the plane of paper. the magnet (A) will stop the tube (B) will move with almost constant speed (C) will move with acceleration g (D) will oscillate Figure shows a bar magnet and a long straight wire W.16 In a long hollow vertical metal pipe a magnet is dropped.21 . vertical copper tube after some time. During its fall.Q. The induced current in the coil is (A) clockwise (B) anticlockwise (C) alternating (D) zero Q. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Q. then which of the following statements is correct ? (A) magnet experiences a torque in clockwise direction (B) magnet experiences a torque in anticlockwise direction (C) magnet experiences a force. (C) will decrease to zero and will attain a terminal speed (D) may increase or decrease In the arrangement shown in given figure current from A to B is increasing in magnitude.18 Which one(s) of the following graphs could have caused i2 to behave as give above. If P is the midpoint of the magnet. the acceleration of magnet: (A) will decrease linearly (B) will decrease upto a value which is less than g. Positive i1 is when current is from 'a' to 'b' in loop (1) and positive i2 is when the current is from 'c' to 'd' in loop (2) In an experiment. Induced current in the loop will (A) have clockwise direction (B) have anticlockwise direction (C) be zero (D) oscillate between clockwise and anticlockwise An electric current i1 can flow either direction through loop (1) and induced current i2 in loop (2). normal to the line of shortest distance (D) magnet experiences a force along the line of shortest distance A square coil ABCD is lying in xy plane with its centre at origin. A lng straight wire passing through origin carries a current i = 2t in negative z-direction.20 Q. Point P is the point of intersection of axis of magnet and the line of shortest distance between magnet and the wire.19 A bar magnet is released from rest along the axis of a very long.

Q. or engt l is moved with constant speed h Q. (A) (B) (C) (D) Q. Then potential difference induced between i j the ends of the wire : (A) 2 volts (B) 4 volts (C) 0 volts (D) none of these . If P is moved in the direction shown in figure with a constant speed then rod Q (A) will be attracted towards P (B) will be repelled away from P (C) will remain stationary (D) may be repelled or attracted towards P The figure shows an isosceles triangle wire frame with apex angle equal to /2. The frame starts entering into the region of uniform magnetic field B with constant velocity v at t= 0.22 A negative charge is given to a nonconducting loop and the loop is rotated in the plane of paper about its centre as shown in figure. The longest side of the frame is perpendicular to the direction of velocity. 23 v0.24 Two identical conductors P and Q are placed on two frictionless rails R and S in a uniform magnetic field directed into the plane.Which of the following graph truly depicts the variation of current through the conductor with time ? (A) (B) (C) (D) Q. The magnetic field produced by the ring affects a small magnet placed above the ring in the same plane: (A) the magnet does not rotate (B) the magnet rotates clockwise as seen from below. If i is the instantaneous current through the frame then choose the alternative showing the correct variation of i with time. (C) the magnet rotates anticlockwise as seen from below (D) no effect on magnet is there.26  A thin wire of length 2m is perpendicular to the xy plane. It is moved with velocity v  ( 2ˆ  3ˆ  k ) m / s i j ˆ  through a region of magnetic induction B  (ˆ  2ˆ) Wb / m 2 .25 Q. Tw o i i t y l nf niel ong conductng par l r l ar connect t ough a capaciorC i alel ais e ed hr t as show n i t f gur A conduct ofl n he i e.

This loop is connected to a network of five resistors each of value 3 .Q.0 T points vertically downwards.32 (B) 2B0lv0 (C) B0lv0 (D) zero A conducting rod moves with constant velocity  perpendicular to the long. (A) (C)  0 I  r  l   ln    r  (B) (D) 2 0 I  r  l   ln    r   0 I  l   ln   rl   0 I  r  l   ln  2  r  . If a current I is now made to flow through Y. There is a uniform magnetic field of magnitude B perpendicular to the plane of the rings. then the speed of the loop is (A) 0.29 Q.28 Q. as shown in the figure. A uniform magnetic field of 4. The axis of the rod is maintained perpendicular to the wire with near end a distance r away as shown in the fig. The potential difference between the highest points of the two rings is (A) zero (B) 4 Bvr (C) 8 Bvr (D) 16 Bvr Two coils. the flux linked with X will be 0  dt   Q. straight wire carrying a current I as shown compute that the emf generated between the ends of the rod.33 A conducting rod of length l moves with velocity  a direction parallel to a long wire carrying a steady current I. If the south end of the bar has a potential of 0 V. If a steady current of 1 mA flows in the loop. Find the emf induced in the rod.30 (A) EI0 I Q. The induced emf is i j     (A) 2 B0lv0 Q. A i j  magnetic field B  B0 ˆ  ˆ exists in the region.5 cms–1 (B) 1 cms–1 (C) 2 cms–1 (D) 4 cms–1 Two conducting rings P and Q of radii r and 2r rotate uniformly in opposite directions with centre of mass velocities 2v and v respectively on a conducting surface S. (A)  0 Il r (B)  0 Il 2r (C) 2 0 Il r (D)  0 Il 4r Q.31 E   (B)    I0 I (C) (E I ) I0  (D) I0 I E   A conductor AB of length l oriented along x-axis moves in XY plane with velocity v  v 0 ˆ  ˆ . directed into the paper.27 A long metal bar of 30 cm length is aligned along a north south line and moves eastward at a speed of 10 ms–1. X and Y. the induced potential at the north end of the bar is (A) + 12 V (B) – 12 V (C) 0 V (D) cannot be determined since there is not closed circuit A square metal loop of side 10 cm and resistance 1  is moved with a constant velocity partly inside a magnetic field of 2 Wbm–2. are linked such that emf E is induced in Y when the current in X is changing at the rate   dI  I   .

The potential difference between A and C is proportional to i (A) Q. Ignore gravity and any external magnetic field.40 (B) vxl2 + vyl1 (D) vxl1 – vyl2 A conducting rod PQ of length 5 m oriented as shown in figure is moving with velocity (2 m/s) ˆ without any rotation in a uniform magnetic field (3ˆ  4k ) Tesla. parallel to the x-axis.37 Q. A conductor ABC has length AB = l1. Two other parallel conductors rest on them at right angles so as to form a square of side a initially. Calculate F if the rate of heat generation in the circuti is Q. with each wire in a vertical position. A straight connector of mass M can slide freely up and down. parallel to the y-axis. The top ends of the two wires are connected through an ideal inductor of inductance L. A uniform magnetic field exists perpendicular to the plane of the wires. They start moving out with a constant velocity v.38 A rod closing the circuit shown in figure moves along a U shaped wire at a constant speed v under the action of the force F. A uniform magnetic field B exists at right angles to the plane containing the conductors. the graph of its downward velocity with time is : (A) (B) (C) (D) Q. The circuit is in a uniform magnetic field perpendicular to the plane. If r is the resistance per unit length of the wire the current in the circuit will be Bv Br (B) (C) Bvr (D) Bv r v There is a uniform magnetic field B normal to the xy plane. Magnetic field is perpendicular to the paper inwards (or perpendicular to the plane of the coil). At time t = 0.39 x y (A) vxl1 + vyl2 (C) vxl2 – vyl1 Q. i j ˆ Emf induced in the rod is (A) 32 Volts (B) 40 Volt (D) none  An equilateral triangular loop ADC of some finite magnetic field B as shown in the figure.36 Two parallel rigid wires are fixed at a distance ‘d’ apart. ABC moves in the xy plane with velocity j v ˆ  v ˆ .Q.with a velocity v through a distance x .34 A square loop of side a and resistance R is moved in the region of uniform magnetic field B(loop remaining completely insidefield) . v Q (A) F = Qv (B) F = (C) F = (D) F = Qv Q v Two parallel long straight conductors lie on a smooth surface. The induced current versus time graph will be as (C) 50 Volt Q. in a horizontal position. then the potential difference between the ends of the rod is steady state must be (A) F1  F2 mL eM (B) (F1  F2 ) mL eM (C) [ mL eM ] ln [F1/F2] (D) None Q. The work done is : B 2 vx 2B2  2 vx 4B2  2 vx (A) (B) (C) (D) none R R R A metallic rod of length L and mass M is moving under the action of two unequal forces F1 and F2 (directed opposite to each other) acting at its ends along its length. and length BC = l2.35 Q. maintaining electrical contact with the two wires.41 (A) (B) (C) (D) . If specific charge of electrons is (e/m). side DC of loop is at edge of the magnetic field. If the connector is released from rest.

002A (D) none of these Q.45 A metal disc rotates freely.48 .44 When a ‘J’ shaped conducting rod is rotating in its own plane with constant  angular velocity w. radius 10cm and 100 turns is rotated at a rate 100 revolutions per second about a fixed axis which is perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field of induction 10mT.42 In the circuit shown in figure. The current in HKDE is (A) clockwise (B) anticlockwise (C) alternating (D) zero  x  Q. in a uniform magnetic field B directed normally into the plane of paper) then magnitude of emf induced across it will be 1 2 (B) BL (A) B L2  l 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 (C) B(L  l ) (D) Bl 2 2 Q. If initially the plane of coil is perpendicular to the field. between the poles of a magnet in the direction indicated. The emf i induced in the loop is F I G J H K V0 B 0 d 2 V0 B 0 d 2 V0 B 0 a 2 (A) (B) (C) (D) None a 2a d Q.m.43 The magnetic field in a region is given by B = B0 1  k . A square loop of edge . The amplitude of the current in the loop will be nearly (Take : 2 = 10) (A) 200A (B) 2A (C) 0. the time constant is equal to (A) twice the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance (B) ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance (C) half the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance (D) square of the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance A rectangular coil of single turn. flows through R? (A) a current from P to Q (B) a current from Q to P (C) no current. when it has rotated through 90° is BA BA BA 2BA (B) (C) (D)  2 4  A ring of resistance 10.Q.What current. The loop is moved with constant velocity V  V0  . about one of its end P. because no radial emf is induced in the disc Q. because the emf induced in one side of the disc is opposed by the emf induced in the other side. if any.47 (A) Q.length d is a  placed with its edge along x & y axis.f. because the emf in the disc is opposed by the back emf (D) no current. (E) no current. a conducting wire HE is moved with a constant speed V towards left. having area A. rotates in a uniform magnetic field B an angular velocity  about an axis perpendicular to the field. The complete circuit is placed in a uniform magnetic  field B perpendicular to the plane of the circuit directed in inward direction.46 For L-R circuit. then the average induced e. Brushes P and Q make contact with the edge of the disc and the metal axle.

The energy stored in the inductor per unit time is (A) 2 J/s (B) 1 J/s (C) 16 J/s (D) 4 J/s Two identical inductance carry currents that vary with time according to linear laws (as shown in figure).f. The difference between the maximum and minimum current that can flow in the circuit is (A) 2 Amp (B) 3 Amp (C) 1 Amp (D) nothing can be concluded The ratio of time constant in charging and discharging in the circuit shown in figure is (A) 1 : 1 (B) 3 : 2 (C) 2 : 3 (D) 1 : 3 In an L-R circuit connected to a battery of constant e. If e denotes the magnitude of induced e. E switch S is closed at time t = 0. The instantaneous acceleration experienced by an electron placed at P is (A) zero (B) towards right (C) towards left (D) upwards A triangular wire frame (each side = 2m) is placed in a region of time variant magnetic field having dB/dt = 3 T/s.50 Figure shows a uniform magnetic field B confined to a cylindrical volume and is increasing at a constant rate.m.2 V (D) None Q.Q.53 Q.52 In the adjoining circuit.49 A copper rod AB of length L. The e.55 (B) (C) (D) A curren of 2A is increasing at a rate of 4 A/s through a coil of inductance 2H.56 .6 V (C) 1.f. The magnitude of potential difference between the points A and B will be (A) 0. In which of two inductance is the self induction emf greater? (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) same (D) data are insufficient to decide Q.51 Q. The base of the triangle AB has a resistance 1  while the other two sides have resistance 2 each.f developed between the mid point C of the rod and end B is (A) Bl 2 4 (B) Bl 2 2 (C) 3Bl 2 4 (D) 3Bl 2 8 Q.4 V (B) 0. Then which of the following graphs shows the variation of e with i ? Q. rotates at constant angular velocity . initially the switch S is open. The switch ‘S’ is closed at t = 0.m. pivoted at one end A. at right angles to a uniform magnetic field of induction B. The magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of the triangle.54 (A) Q. across inductor and i the current in the circuite at any time t.m.

A 15 10 (B) (D) 1 1 A.59 across the coil at time t = ln 2 s is: (A) 3V (B) 1. A 15 10 1 2 A. The key K is inserted at time t = 0. The initial (t = 0) and final (t ) currents through battery are (A) (C) 1 1 A.66 Two long parallel wires whose centres are a distance d apart carry equal currents in opposite directions. The coils are coplanar.62 The network shown in the figure is part of a complete circuit.5 V A long solenoid of N turns has a self inductance L and area of cross section A. where R >> r. The wire carries a current I which is uniformly ditributed over its cross-section. The coefficient inductance between the coils is (A)  0 r 2R (B)  0 r 2 2R (C)  0 r 2 2R 2 (D)  0 r 2R 2 Q.5 V Q. A 15 25 Q. The combination which has the dimensions of frequency is C 1 R and (C) LC (D) L L RC A coil of inductance 5H is joined to a cell of emf 6V through a resistance 10 at time t = 0. The current i is equal to: (A) BAN/L (B) BANL (C) BN/AL (D) B/ANL A long straight wire of circular cross-section is made of a non-magnetic material.58 (A) 1 R and RC L (B) Q. The emf Q.61 (B) U = 0I2 16 (C) U = 0I2 4 (D) U = 0I2 2 Q. The energy stored per unit lenght in the magnetic field contained within the wire is (A) U = 0I2 8 Q. A 10 15 2 1 A.65 A small coil of radius r is placed at the centre of a large coil of radius R.63 Q. the magnetic field inside it has magnitude B.60 (C) 0. then VB – VA equals (A) 5 V (B) 10 V (C) 15 V (D) 20 V Q. If the flux within wires is neglected.64 Two resistors of 10  and 20  and an ideal inductor of 10 H are connected to a 2 V battery as shown.Q. If at a certain instant.57 The current in the given circuit is increasing with a rate a = 4 amp/s. When a current i flows through the solenoid. The charge on the capacitor at an instant when the current in the circuit is 2 amp will be : (A) 4C (B) 5C (C) 6C (D) none of these L. C and R represent physical quantities inductance. the inductance of such arrangement of wire of length l and radius a will be (A) L =  0l da  0l d loge (B) L = loge  a  a (C) L =  0l a loge  d (D) none . if I is reversed in direction. capacitance and resistance.75 V (D) 4. The wire is of radius a. the current I is 5A and it is decreasing at a rate of 103 As–1 then VB–VA equals (A) 20 V (B) 15 V (C) 10 V (D) 5 V In Problem 62.

Find the time constant of the circuit when the coil is joined across a battery. The total charge that has flown through the resistor till the energy in the inductor has reduced to one–fourth its initial value. The potential difference VB – VA when the current I is 5A and is decreasing at a rate of 103 As–1 is given by (A) 15 V (B) 10 V (C) –15 V Q.6 A (B) 2.3 s (D) 0.72 LE 2 (B) 2R 2 2 LE 2 (C) 2R1R 2 LE 2 R 2 (D) 2 2R1 An induction coil stores 32 joules of magnetic energy and dissipates energy as heat at the rate of 320 watts. It is then connected across an inductor of inductance 0.4 s The figure shows a part of a complete circuit.71 In the circuit shown.2 s (B) 0. l nduct ance of4H and zer r st o esi ance.F i a f ofzer r st s use o esi ance and w ilbl w hen t cur ent l ow he r t ough i r hr t eaches 5A . What will be the average current that flows through the coil during time T? (A) V0 T 2L (B) V0 T 3L (C) 3V0T 2L (D) V0T L In the LR circuit shown.76 In an LC circuit.Q.1 s (C) 0.67 The inductor in a L–C oscillation has a maximum potential difference of 16 V and maximum energy of 160 J.2 A (D) 0. The value of capacitor in L–C circuit is (A) 0. what is the variation of the current I as a function of time? The switch is closed at time t = 0 sec. The value of dt (A) q0 LC is max (B) q0 LC (C) q0 –1 LC (D) none of these .6 A di Q.6 F (D) 1.6 mH. is (A) L I R (B) L I 2R (C) L I 2 R (D) None Q. The total heat produced in R2 is : (C) – Rt LE 2 (A) 2 2R1 Q.8 F (B) 0. the capacitor has maximum charge q0.T he f use w i lbl : l ow ( )j af ert A ust t =0 ( )af er2s B t ( )af er5s C t ( )af er10s D t Q. The current in the circuit when the potential difference across the capacitor is 6 V is : (A) 3. 68 Q. the initial current at t = 0 is I. When a current of 4 amperes is passed through it. The emf of the source is varied with time according to the graph shown on the right above. and then X is joined to Z.69 A coil of inductance L and zero resistance is connected to a source of variable emf at t = 0.T he sw i ch i cl t s osed att= 0.73 (D) 20 V Q.4 A (C) 1. X is joined to Y for a long time.625 F (C) 1. (A) 0.70     (B) V L e R Rt V L (D) None e R Q.25 F I t ci cui show n.t cel i i n he r t he l s deal T he coi has an i .75 A capacitor of capacitance 2 F is charged to a potential difference of 12 V.  V  L (A) R 1  e  Rt Q.74 In a L–R decay circuit.

80 0R 2 (B)  0 R 2 (C) 0 2 (D) 0 T he pow erf oroft ci cui i 1/ act he r t s 2 .83 Q.77 An inductor coil stores U energy when i current is passed through it and dissipates energy at the rate of P.86 . the impedance and inductance of the solenoid are: (A) 100. the current drops to 0.637 i (D) zero Q. The voltage across the inductor at t = T/2 is (A) 2 volts (B) 10 volts (C) zero (D) 4.82 Q. The time constant of the circuit.86H (D) 200. if the value of R. the power factor of the box is 1 (A) (B) 1 2 (C) 100 1/ Henry Box C Q.M.81 An ac-circuit having supply voltage E consists of a resistor of resistance 3 and an inductor of reactance 4 as shown in the figure.48 A (C) 0. the current would be nearly: (A) 0. The capacitance of the circuit (B) 300 F (D) 200 F is equal to (A) 400 F (C) 500 F Q. (A) Q.8 volts In the circuit.Q.55 H An inductive circuit contains resistance of 10  and an inductance of 2.  = 100  s–1 ~ Q. 0. If an AC voltage of 120 V and frequency 60 Hz is applied to this circuit. 1.93 H (B) 200.16 A (D) 0. when this coil is connected across a battery of zero internal resistance is 4U U 2U 2P (B) (C) (D) P P P U The mutual inductance between the rectangular loop and the long straight wire as shown in figure is M.84 1 3 (D) 2 2 When 100 V DC is applied across a solenoid a current of 1 A flows in it.5 A.2 ampere.0 H.32 A Vrms = 220 volt. 0. When 100 V AC is applied across the same coil.8 A (B) 0. 0.79 (B) M = 0a  c  ln1   2  b  0b  a  c  0a  b  ln ln1    (D) M = 2  b  2  c  A long straight wire is placed along the axis of a circular ring of radius R. If the frequency of the AC source is 50 Hz.0 H (C) 10. as shown in the figure.The vale of cos  in series LCR circuit at resonance is: 1 1 (D) 2 2 In ac circuit when ac ammeter is connected it reads i current if a student uses dc ammeter in place of ac ammeter the reading in the dc ammeter will be: (A) zero (B) 1 (C) (A) i 2 (B) 2 i (C) 0.S current is 2. The mutual inductance of this system is (A) Q.78 (A) M = Zero (C) M = Q.85 The power in ac circuit is given by P = ErmsIrmscos.

5 I 0 2 (C) 0 (D) I 0 2 Q. If coil is connected to a battery of emf 12 volt and internal resistance 4. Switch S is closed at time t = 0.4 A (B) 1. the current in the circuit will be (A) I = I0 cos(t + /6) (B) I = I0 cos(t – /6) (D) I = I0 cos(t – /3) (C) I = I0 cos(t + /3) A coil.57 A at t = 0.2 A Q. Then the voltage across R. and C = 100 F in an AC circuit containing a capicator only. a maximum rms current of 6A is observed.8 A (C) 1.25 s (D) 2.Q. tan–1   4 Q. and the phase difference between current and the applied voltage will respectively be 4 (A) 6V. then current through it in steady state is (A) 2.88 In the circuit shown if the emf of source at an instant is 5 V. tan–1   3 3 (B) 3V. If the frequency of AC is 50 Hz. tan–1   (D) none 3 Q. The current throughC and C (B) CR ln (2) (D) LR Q.91 5 (C) 6V.94 . By varying the frequency of the source.7 ms (C) 0. a capacitor and an AC source of rms voltage 24 V are connected in series.87 In the circuti shown in the figure.93 The given figure represents the phasor diagram of a series LCR circuit connected to an ac source.90 Let f = 50 Hz.92 The phase difference between current and voltage in an AC circuit is /4 radian. the potential difference across capacitor at the same instant is 4 V.5 I12 (B) I 0 2  0.5 A (D) 1. the applied voltage is 10 V and the voltage across capacitor is found to be 8V.5 ms Q. The expression for the instantaneous voltage across the capacitor will be (A) E = 50 sin (100 t – /2) (B) E = 100 sin (50 t) (C) E = 50 sin 100 t (D) E = 50 sin (100 t + /2) In a series CR circuit shown in figure. R = L would be equal after a time t equal to: (A) CR L (C) R ln ( 2) L . then the phase difference is equivalent to the time difference : (A) 0.78 s (B) 15.89 An AC current is given by I = I0 + I1 sin wt then its rms value will be (A) I 0 2  0. The potential difference across R at that instant can be (A) 3V (B) 9V (C) 3 V 2 (D) none Q. At the instant t when the source voltage is given by V = V0cost. If the peak value of the current in the circuit is 1.

5.2 A . i. By varying the frequency of the source.96 The direct current which would give the same heating effect in an equal constant resistance as the current shown in figure.m.100 In series LR circuit XL = 3R. values of the time varying currents as shown in the four cases I. The effective current through the source is (A) 2 A (C) 0.6 and that of a C–R series circuit is 0.5 A (D) 1. The ratio of the resistance in the L-R circuit to the resistance in the C–R circuit is (A) 6/5 (B) 5/6 (C) 4 3 3 (D) 3 3 4 Q. is (A) zero (C) 2A (B) 2 A (D) 2 2 A Q.s.4 A (B) 1.98 In the circuit diagram shown.5 A (B) 2 A (D) 2 2 A Q.Q. XC = 100 . If the element (L.s. the current through it will be (A) 2. I2. III and IV.C. C. XL = 200  and R = 100 . If this coil is connected to a battery of emf 12 V and internal resistance 4. Now a capacitor with XC = R is added in series. II.97 The effective value of current i = 2 sin 100 t + 2 sin(100 t + 30°) is : (A) 2 A (B) 2 2  3 (C) 4 (D) None Q. (A) I1 = I2 = I3 = I4 (B) I3 > I1 = I2 > I4 (C) I3 > I4 > I2 = I1 (D) I3 > I2 > I1 > I4 Q.95 Power factor of an L-R series circuit is 0. source of rms voltage 24 V are connected in series. a capacitor and an A.99 If I1. Ratio of new to old power factor is (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 1 2 (D) 2 Q. a maximum rms current of 6 A is observed. current. I3 and I4 are the respective r.101 The current I.e. Then identify the correct relations. potential difference VL across the inductor and potential difference VC across the capacitor in circuit as shown in the figure are best represented vectorially as (A) (B) (C) (D) Q.102 A coil.8 A (C) 1. and R) of the two circuits are joined in series the power factor of this circuit is found to be 1. the r.m.

35 A (C) 0. Case II:  = (L2 + 2)B (C) Case I:  = (L2 + 2)B. Case II:  = (L2 – 2)B (D) Case I:  = (L + )2B.103 In the shown AC circuit phase different between currents I1 and I2 is x  (A) –tan–1 L 2 R (B) tan–1 x L  xC R (C) x  + tan–1 L 2 R (D) tan–1 x L  xC R +  2 Q.5 .1 The dimension of the ratio of magnetic flux and the resistance is equal to that of : (A) induced emf (B) charge (C) inductance (D) current Question No. 3 minutes for answering each question. Case II:  = (L2 – 2)B (B) Case I:  = (L2 + 2)B. respectively. the average power in watts in the circuit is (A) 100 (B) 50 (C) 20 (D) 10 ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION MAY BE CORRECT Take approx. Case II:  = (L – )2B The direction of induced current in the case I is (A) from a to b and from c to d (B) from a to b and from f to e (C) from b to a and from d to c (D) from b to a and from e to f The direction of induced current in the case II is (A) from a to b and from c to d (B) from b to a and from f to e (C) from b to a and from c to d (D) from a to b and from d to c If I1 and I2 are the magnitudes of induced current in the cases I and II. Q.2 The value of magnetic flux in each case is given by (A) Case I:  = (L2 + 2)B.15 A (B) 0.s. value 2A flows in the circuit. When an alternating current of r.4 Q.65 A Q.Q. then (A) I1 = I2 (B) I1 > I2 (C) I1 < I2 (D) nothing can be said Q.m.104 The circuit shown is in a uniform magnetic field that is into the page and is decreasing in magnitude at the rate of 150 tesla/second. 2 to 5 (4 questions) The adjoining figure shows two different arrangements in which two square wire frames are placed in a uniform constantly decreasing magnetic field B.3 Q.105 A capacitor C = 2F and an inductor with L = 10 H and coil resistance 5  are in series in a circuit.50 A (D) 0. The ideal ammeter reads (A) 0. Q.

6 Figure shown plane figure made of a conductor located in a magnetic field along the inward normal to the plane of the figure. (B) The north pole faces the ring and the magnet moves towards it. (D) The north pole faces the ring and the magnet moves away from it.10 Q. The magnetic field is increasing at a constant rate. The current i through A can be altered (A) there will be repulsion between A and B if i is increased (B) there will be attraction between A and B if i is increased (C) there will be neither attraction nor repulsion when i is changed (D) attraction or repulsion between A and B depends on the direction of current. an anticlockwise current is found to be induced in the ring.7 Q. It does not depend whether the current is increased or decreased. When a magnet with its magnetic moment along the axis of a circular coil and directed towards the coil is withdrawn away from the coil. Then the induced current (A) at point P is clockwise (B) at point Q is anticlockwise (C) at point Q is clockwise (D) at point R is zero A conducting wire frame is placed in a magnetic field which is directed into the paper.9 Q. The magnetic field starts diminishing. Looking from the side of the magnet. (D) when I1  0 and I2  0 are in opposite directions then the coils tends to move apart. a current in the samedirection as I1 is induced in Q (B) if I1 = 0 & Q moves towards P. the current in the coil. (C) The south pole faces the ring and the magnet moves away from it. (C) when I1  0 and I2  0 are in the same direction then the two coils tend to move apart . Which of the following may be true? (A) The south pole faces the ring and the magnet moves towards it.8 Q. The directions of induced currents in wires AB and CD are (A) B to A and D to C (B) A to B and C to D (C) A to B and D to C (D) B to A and C to D Two circular coils A and B are facing each other as shown in figure.11 Q. as seen by the withdrawing magnet is (A) zero (B) clockwise (D) independent of the resistance of the coil (C) anticlockwise A bar magnet is moved along the axis of copper ring placed far away from the magnet. Q.12 . parallel to itself. a current in the opposite direction to that of I2 isinduced in P. In previous question.Q. if P is on the left of midpoint : (A) magnet experiences no torque (B) magnet experiences no net force but experiences a torque (C) magnet experiences a rightward force as well as a torque (D) magnet will not experiences a rightward force as well as a torque Two circular coils P & Q are fixed coaxially & carry currents I1 and I2 respectively (A) if I2 = 0 & P moves towards Q.

carrying a current i. and inclined to the horizontal at an angle .m.14 Q. if B is normal to the plane of the rails (A) Bil = mg tan  (B) Bil = mg sin  (C) Bil = mg cos  (D) equilibrium cannot be reached A conducting rod PQ of length L = 1. if Q.16 Q.13 AB and CD are smooth parallel rails.Q.f. induced in a coil of wire. No emf.19 (A) VP – VO = (B) VP – VQ = . does not depend on (A) the angular speed of rotation (B) the area of the coil (C) the number of turns on the coil (D) the resistance of the coil A semicircle conducting ring of radius R is placed in the xy plane. A uniform magnetic field is set up along the x–axis.15 Q. as shown in the figure. Q and R (A) VP – VO > 0 and VR – VO < 0 (B) VP = VR > VO (C) VO > VP = VQ (D) VQ – VP = VP – VO Choose the correct statement(s) related to the magnitude of potential differences 1 Ba2 2 (C) VQ – VO = 2Ba2 1 Ba2 2 (D) VP – VR = 2Ba2 Q. The rotational velocity is . exists in the region. Q.0 T directed into the paper. EF is a conductor of mass m.17 (A) it moves along the x–axis (C) it moves along the z-axis (B) it moves along the y–axis (D) it remains stationary Question No. 18 to 20 (3 questions) A conducting ring of radius a is rotated about a point O on its periphery as shown in the figure in a plane perpendicular to uniform magnetic field B which exists everywhere.18 Choose the correct statement(s) related to the potential of the points P. For EF to be in equilibrium. which is rotating in a magnetic field. will be induced in the ring. separated by a distance l. Then (A) qA = + 800C and qB = – 800C (B) qA = – 800C and qB = + 800C (C) qA = 0 = qB (D) charged stored in the capacitor increases exponentially with time The e. (A) i must flow from E to F (B) Bil = mg tan  (C) Bil = mg sin  (D) Bil = mg In the previous question. directed vertically upwards.0 m is moving with a uniform speed v = 20 m/s in a uniform magnetic field B = 4. A capacitor of capacity C = 10 F is connected as shown in figure. A uniform magnetic field of magnitude B.

f. Thenit is possible that : (A) E & R are kept constant & L is increased (B) E & R are kept constant & L is decreased (C) E & R are both halved and L is kept constant (D) E & L are kept constant and R is decreased Q. R & L are changed .20 Choose the correct statement(s) related to the induced current in the ring (A) Current flows from Q  P RQ (B) Current flows from Q  R Q (C) Current flows from Q  P and from QRO (D) No current flows Current growth in two L-R circuits (b) and (c) as shown in figure (a). R1 and R2 be the corresponding values in two circuits. The relation between the current I in the circuit and time t is as shown by curve 'a' in the fig. is connected across the box. (B) magnetic flux linked with the solenoid (C) self-inductance of the solenoid (D) rate of Joule heating.25 Q. constant current generator supplying a current of 1 amp. When one or more of parameters E.23 A circuit element is placed in a closed box. the curve 'b' is obtained . Which of the following quantities is not zero just after the circuit (A) current in the circuit (B) magnetic field energy in the inductor (C) power delivered by the battery (D) emf induced in the inductor (B) R / L (C) Q. Potential difference across the box varies according to graph shown in figure.The steady state current is same in both the cases. Dimension of frequency are given by the combination (A) 1 / RC Q.5F A constant current i is maintained in a solenoid. The symbols L. (D) The current in L long after t = 0 is E/R. Which of the following quantities will increase if an iron rod is inserted in the solenoid along its axis? (A) magnetic field at the centre. Let L1.24 Q. (C) The current in L just after t = 0 is E/R.Q. The element in the box is : (A) resistance of 2 (B) battery of emf 6V (C) inductance of 2H (D) capacitance of 0. R represent inductance. C.27 The switches in figures (a) and (b) are closed at t = 0 (A) The charge on C just after t = 0 is EC.22 A circuit consisting of a constant e. . At time t=0.21 (a) (b) (c) Q. Then (A) R1 > R2 (B) R1 = R2 (C) L1 > L2 (D) L1 < L2 i (b) (c) t Q.26 1 (D) C / L LC An LR circuit with a battery is connected at t = 0. (B) The charge on C long after t = 0 is EC. a self induction 'L' and a resistance 'R' is closed at t = 0.m. capacitance and resistance respectively. L2. 'E'.

Q.29 For L – R circuit. When the switch S is closed. for t > 0.31 Which of the following quantities can be written in SI units in Kgm2A–2S–3? (A) Resistance (B) Inductance (C) Capacitance (D) Magnetic flux In figure. (B) maximum current through inductor equals C1I 0 C1  C2 (C) maximum charge on C1 = C1I 0 LC1 C1  C 2 L (D) maximum charge on C1 = I0C1 C  C 1 2 Q. Q. the brightness of the lamp rises relatively slowly to its full brightness than it would do without the inductor. (D) square of the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation energy in the resistance. a resistance R and two identical bulbs B1 and B2 are connected to a battery through a switch S as shown in the figure. (B) the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance.Q. (C) B2 lights up earlier and finally B1 shines brighter than B2. a spark is obtained in it at the contacts. (B) B1 light up earlier and finally both the bulbs acquire equal brightness. The resistance of coil having inductance L is also R. a lamp P is in series with an iron-core inductor L. If I0 be the current through inductor at that instant. When the switch is opened. The spark is due to (A) a slow flux change in L (B) a sudden increase in the emf of the battery B (C) a rapid flux change in L (D) a rapid flux change in R In figure. Which of the following statement gives the correct description of the happenings when the switch S is closed? (A) The bulb B2 lights up earlier than B1 and finally both the bulbs shine equally bright. the switch is closed.28 At a moment (t = 0) when charge on capacitor C1 is zero. This is due to (A) the low resistance of P (B) the induced-emf in L (C) the low resistance of L (D) the high voltage of the battery B Q.33 .30 An inductor L. the time constant is equal to (A) twice the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of the dissipation of energy in the resistance. (C) half of the ratio of the energy stored in the magnetic field to the rate of dissipation of energy in the resistance. (D) B1 and B2 light up together with equal brightness all the time. the switch S is closed so that a current flows in the iron-core inductor which has inductance L and the resistance R. (A) maximum current through inductor equals I0/2.32 Q.

5 A (B) the change in current in B in this time interval is 2A (C) the change in current in B in this time interval is 8A (D) a change in current of 1A in coil A will produce a change in flux passing through B by 4 Weber. source of 110 V.m.37 Q. value I flows in the coil.C.36 Q.s. the current is now (A) 8I in phase with V (B) 4I and leading by 90° from V (C) I/4 and lagging by 90° from V (D) I/8 and lagging by 90° from V Q. In a series R-L-C circuit. The nature of the circuit will be (A) capacitive (B) inductive (C) purely resistive (D) data insufficient An a. Which of the following is true for an ideal transformer (A) Total magnetic flux linked with primary coil equals flux linked with secondary coil (B) flux per turn in primary is equal to flux per turn in secondary (C) induced emf in secondary coil equals induced emf in primary (D) power associated with primary coil at any moment equals power associated with secondary coil A circuit has three elements.38 Q. It is possible that the circuit contains : (B) an inductor but no capacitor (A) an inductor and a capacitor (C) a capacitor but no inductor (D) neigher an inductor nor a capacitor.34 Two coil A and B have coefficient of mutual inductance M = 2H. The magnetic flux passing through coil A changes by 4 Weber in 10 seconds due to the change in current in B. a coil of inductive resistance 120W and a capacitive reactance of 120W in series and connected to an A. A current of r. a resistance of 11W. Then (A) change in current in B in this time interval is 0. Which of the three elements have minimum potential difference? (A) Resistance (B) Capacitance (C) Inductor (D) All will have equal potential difference The reactance of a circuit is zero.c. When the frequency of the voltage is changed to 400 Hz keeping the magnitude of V the same.39 .Q. the frequency of the source is half of the resonance frequency. 60 Hz. source of voltage V and of frequency 50 Hz is connected to an inductor of 2H and negligible resistance.35 Q.

9 Q.14 Q.55 Q.C D A B A Q.D D Q.98 Q.30 Q.59 Q.47 Q.20 Q.C B B.29 Q.6 Q.79 Q.40 Q.19 Q.16 Q.18 Q.5 Q.D D D A.45 Q.85 Q.34 Q.80 Q.17 Q.10 Q.29 Q.101 C B A A D A A C A A C C B C D Q.90 Q.11 Q.93 Q.17 Q.35 Q.42 Q.12 Q.37 B B B A.78 Q.50 Q.22 Q.C D C A .31 Q.D A.C A B A.60 Q.24 Q.81 Q.D Q.6 Q.58 Q.11 Q.4 Q.54 Q.46 Q.84 Q.103 B C B A D A D A B D D A A C C Q.ANSWER KEY ONLY ONE OPTION IS CORRECT Q.36 B A B.39 C A C A C D B.88 Q.34 Q.95 Q.D A B.86 Q.53 Q.C.43 Q.49 Q.24 Q.21 Q.89 Q.97 Q.31 Q.57 Q.96 Q.35 Q.16 Q.32 Q.77 Q.65 Q.B.63 Q.51 Q.28 Q.7 Q.13 Q.1 Q.69 Q.91 Q.66 Q.8 Q.15 Q.22 Q.9 Q.C.102 A C D D B C A B A D B D B D C Q.92 Q.38 C A.82 Q.27 Q.2 Q.26 Q.8 Q.5 Q.3 Q.D A.13 Q.B A.27 Q.73 Q.104 B C D A D B B C B B A D C D B Q.12 Q.28 Q.20 Q.41 Q.23 Q.44 Q.3 Q.D B.87 Q.94 Q.52 Q.2 Q.B.4 Q.105 A A D C A D D A C C C C A A C ONE OR MORE THAN ONE OPTION MAY BE CORRECT Q.76 Q.26 Q.25 Q.14 Q.D B.38 Q.36 Q.33 Q.7 Q.10 Q.25 Q.32 Q.15 Q.83 Q.61 Q.48 Q.64 Q.33 Q.1 Q.B.37 Q.74 Q.72 Q.68 Q.99 B A D B C A A B C A A D B D B Q.39 Q.71 Q.75 Q.30 Q.23 Q.70 Q.56 Q.21 Q.62 Q.67 Q.19 Q.18 Q.100 C A C C B B C A A B A D D B D Q.

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