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BANSAL CLASSES

Tar get I I T JEE2008


PHYSI CS
Daily Practice Problems
CLASS : XI(PQRS) DATE : 10-11/05/2006 DPP. NO.-3
Q.1 Which of the following pairs have same dimensions
(A) work and angular momentum (B*) light year and wavelength
(C) stress and work (D) energy and modulus of elasticity
Q.2 If the unit of length be doubled then the numerical value of the universal gravitation constant G will
become (with respect to present value)
(A) double (B) half (C) 8 times (D*) 1/8 times
Q.3 The position of a particle at time t, is given by the reaction, x(t) =
o
0
v
(1 e
ot
), where v
0
is a constant
and o > 0. The dimensions of v
0
& o are respectively.
(A) M
0
L
1
T
0
& T
1
(B) M
0
L
1
T
1
& T
(C*) M
0
L
1
T
1
& T
1
(D) M
1
L
1
T
1
& LT
2
Q.4 In a given system of units, 1 unit of mass = 2 kg, 1 unit of length = 5 m and 1 unit of time = 5 sec. Then
in this system, 1 N represents :
(A*)
2
5
units of force (B)
5
2
units of force (C) 2 units of force (D)
2
1
units of force
Q.5 Which of the following forces cannot be a resultant of 5N force and 7N force?
(A) 2N (B) 10N (C*) 14N (D) 5N
Q.6 Which of the following is not a vector quantity ?
(A) force (B*) current (C) velocity (D) torque
Q.7 The loss of pressure when a fluid flows through a pipe is given by P = k
a
l V
b
d
c
where d and l are
diameter and length of the pipe respectively, and are the mass density and coefficient of viscosity of
the fluid, V is the mean velocity of flow through the pipe and k is a numerical constant. Find the values of
a, b and c. [Ans. a = 0; b = 1; c = 2]
Q.8 A normal human eye can see an object making an angle of 1.8 at the eye. What
is the approximate height of object which can be seen by an eye placed at
a distance of 1 m from the object.
[Ans.t cm]
Q.9 If energy, density andpower form a fundamental system of units. Find the dimensional formula of momentum
in terms of these quantities. [Ans. e
7/5

1/5
P
3/5
]
Q.10 If the velocity of the particle is given by
v =
2
bt
t
a
+
The dimensions of a & b are given as _________. [ Ans. L ; LT
3
]
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BANSAL CLASSES
Tar get I I T JEE2008
PHYSI CS
Daily Practice Problems
Q.1 A gas bubble oscillates with a time period T proportional to P
a
d
b
E
c
where P is pressure, d is the density
and E is the energy. The values of a, b & c are :
(A) a =
2
3
, b =
3
1
, c =
2
1
(B) a =
6
5
, b =
3
1
, c =
2
1
(C*) a =
6
5
, b =
2
1
, c =
3
1
(D) a =
2
3
, b =
3
1
, c =
2
1
Q.2 In a new unit system, 1 unit of time is equal to 10 second, 1 unit of mass is 5 kg and 1 unit of length is
20 m. In the new system of units, 1 unit of energy is equal to:
(A) 20 Joule (B)
20
1
Joule (C) 4 Joule (D) 16 Joule
Q.3 The dimensions of
b
a
in the equation P =
bx
t a
2

where P is pressure, x is distance and t is time, are:


(A) [M
2
L T
3
] (B) [MT
2
] (C) [LT
3
] (D) [ML
3
T
1
]
Q.4 A vector
A

is directed along 30
0
west of north direction and another vector
B

along 15
0
south of east.
Their resultant cannot be in _____________ direction.
(A) North (B) East (C) North-East (D*) South
Q.5 Two forces P and Q act at a point and have resultant R. If Q is replaced by
Q
) P R (
2 2

acting in the
direction opposite to that of Q, the resultant
(A*) remains same (B) becomes half (C) becomes twice (D) none of these
Q.6 A sail boat sails 2km due East, 5km 37
o
South of East and finally an unknown displacement. If the final
displacement of the boat from the starting point is 6km due East, determine the third displacement.
[Ans: 3km, north]
Q.7 Two forces of magnitudes P & Q are inclined at an angle (u) the magnitude of their resultant is 3Q. When
the inclination is changed to (180 u) the magnitude of the resultant force becomes Q. Find the ratio of
the forces. [Ans.
Q
P
= 2]
Q.8 Given the three vectors B , A

and C

shown.
(i) Which simple combination of any Two of these results in a vector of the largest
possible magnitude? (e.g., C B , B A

+ etc.)
(ii) Which simple combination of all three of these results in a vector of the smallest possible magnitude?
(e.g. A B C , C B A

+ + etc.)
(iii) Suppose a complicated physics problem yields the result, Q = ( )
1
L 2 / g 3 (L
1
L
2
)
2
/ (vL
1
), where g
is the magnitude of some acceleration, the L's are distances, and v is some speed. What are the units of
the quantity Q? (Simplify as much as possible)
CLASS : XI(PQRS) DATE : 12-13/05/2006 DPP. NO.-4
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[Ans..(i) maximum : C A R

= or A C

Triangle rule
(ii) Minimum = A B C

+ Polygon rule R is minimum
(iii) Q =
L 2
g 3

1
2
2 1
L V
) L L (

m s
m
2

m
s
m
m
2

s
s
1
= 1
It is a number. ]
Q.9 Using 1AU (mean earth-sun distance) =1.510
11
m and parsec as distance at which 1 AU subtends an
angle of 1 sec of arc, find parsec in metres. [Ans:
16
10
72 . 9

t
m]
Q.10 In two systems of units, the relation between velocity, acceleration and force is given by
v
2
=
t
c
2
1
v
,a
2
= ct
1
a , F
2
=
ct
1
F
, where c and t are constants then find in this new system (a)
1
2
m
m
(b)
1
2
L
L
[Ans.(a)
2 2
1
t c
(b)
3
3
t
c
]
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