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PHYSICS
PART-A
[PARAGRAPH TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.9 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Paragraph for question nos. 1 to 3
In the circuit shown in the figure. The current in 4O resistor is 5A, current in 6O resistor is 10A. Current
in R is 5A. Then
Q.1 Current in the
3
10
O resistor is
(A) 5A (B) 10A (C*) 15 A (D) 7.5 A
Q.2 The unknown emf E
1
& E
2
are respectively
(A) E
1
= 23 V, E
2
=112 V (B) E
1
= 63 V, E
2
=102 V
(C) E
1
= 73 V, E
2
=122 V (D*) E
1
= 70 V, E
2
=98 V
Q.3 The resistance R is
(A)
3
10
O (B) 13 O (C*)
5
28
O (D) None of these
Paragraph for question nos. 4 to 6
In the circuit shown in figure capacitor C
1
= 12F and C
2
= 4F. The capacitor C
1
is charged by
potential 16 volt & capacitance C
2
is uncharged when the switch S is closed, then find
Q. 4 The common potential difference across each capacitor
(A*) 12 V (B) 24 V (C) 20 V (D) 32 V
Q. 5 The final charge on 4 F capacitor
(A) 12 C (B) 24 C (C) 36 C (D*) 48 C
Q. 6 The fraction of energy lost
(A) 4/9 (B) 5/8 (C) 3/5 (D*) 1/4
Paragraph for question nos. 7 to 9
A block of mass m is kept in an elevation which starts moving downward
with an acceleration a as shown in figure. The block is observed by two
observers A and B for a time interval t
0
.

Q.7 The observer B finds that the work done by gravity on the block is
(A)
2
0
2
t mg
2
1
(B)
2
0
2
t mg
2
1
(C*)
2
0
mgat
2
1
(D)
2
0
mgat
2
1
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Q.8 The observer B finds that the work done by pseudo force on the block is
(A*) zero (B) ma
2
t
0
(C) + ma
2
t
0
(D) mgat
0
Q.9 According to observer B, the net work done on the block is
(A)
2
0
2
t ma
2
1
(B*)
2
0
2
t ma
2
1
(C)
2
0
mgat
2
1
(D)
2
0
mgat
2
1
MULTIPLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.10 to Q.14 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONE OR MORE may be correct.
Q.10 An iron block is sliding over an iron plank kept on a smooth surface. The initial relative velocity of block
w.r.t. plank is 40 m/s. The block does not fall off the plank. The force of kinetic friction between them is
50 N. Choose correct statements
(A) the power dissipated by friction remains constant till sliding stops.
(B*) the force of friction remains constant till sliding stops.
(C*) the velocity of their centre of mass remains constant till sliding stops.
(D) the temperature of iron block remains constant till sliding stops.
Q.11 Little Jai is sitting on a seat of merry-go-round moving with constant angular velocity. At t = 0, Jai is at
position A shown in figure.
Top view of
merry-go-round
x
A
v at t = 0
y
Which of the graphs shown in figure are correct.
(A*)
time
F
y
F
y
is the y-component of the force keeping Jai moving in a circle.
(B) time
x
x is the x co-ordinate of Jais position.
(C*)
time
u
u is the angle that Jais position vector makes with x-axis.
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(D) time
v
x
v
x
is the x component of Jais velocity.
Q.12 A cube of side a is placed such that the nearest face which is parallel to the yz plane is at a distance 'a'
from the origin. The electric field components are E
x
= o ,x|
1/2
, E
y
= E
z
= 0
(A) The flux |
E
through the cube
2 / 5
2 a
(B*) The flux |
E
through the cube
2 / 5
) 1 2 ( a
(C*) The charge within the cube
2 / 5
) 1 2 ( a
o

(D) The charge within the cube
2 / 5
2 a
o

Q.13 The alternative that gives the conservative field of the following is
(A*)
j

x i

xy 2 ) z , y , x ( A
2
1
+ =

(B)
j

xy i

y ) z , y , x ( A
2 3
2
+ =

(C*) j

x i

y ) z , y , x ( A
3
+ =

(D)
j

x i

xy ) z , y , x ( A
2 2
4
+ =

[Sol.
RD
x
E
y
E
y
x
c
c
=
c
c
]
Q.14 For the given circuit, select the correct alternative(s)
(A*) The equivalent capacitance between points 1 & 2 is
11
C 15
C C
C
C C
C C
2
4
1
5
3
6
(B*) The equivalent capacitance between points 3 & 6 is
3
C 5
(C*) The equivalent capacitance between points

1 & 3 is
15
14
C
(D) The equivalent capacitance between points

3 & 5is
14
15
C
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[Sol.
RD
(A)
C
C
C
1
2
4C/3
3
6
(B)
C/3 C/3
3
6
C
(C)
C/2 4C/3
3
6
C
1
]
PART-B
[MATRIX TYPE]
Q.1 has three statements (A, B, C) given in Column-I and four statements (P, Q, R, S) given in Column-II.
Any given statement in Column-I can have correct matching with one or more statement(s) given in Column-II.
Q.1 In the figure shown, upper block is given a velocity 6 m/s and very long plank, velocity 3m/s. The
following quantities are to be matched when both attain same velocity.
Column I Column II
(A) Work done by friction on 2 kg plank in Joule (P) Positive
(B) Magnitude of change in momentum in N-s of 2kg plank (Q) Negative
(C) Change in K.E. of system consisting of block and plank in joule (R) 3
(S) 7
[Ans. (A) P,S; (B) P; (C) R, Q ]
Q.2 has four statements (A, B, C, D) given in Column-I and five statements (P, Q, R, S, T) given in Column-II.
Any given statement in Column-I can have correct matching with one or more statement(s) given in Column-II.
Q.2 In the given circuit diagram resistance of voltmeter is 600O
and resistance ammeter is 4O. Battery has emf 100 V & it is ideal.
Column-I Column-II
(A) Reading of voltmeter (in volt) (P)
4
1

(B) Reading of ammeter (in A) (Q) 60
(C) Reading of voltemeter (in volt) (R) 50
If it is ideal (R
v
= ) (S)
5
1
(D) Reading of ammeter (in A) when
voltmeter is ideal
[Ans.

(A) R ; (B) P ; (C) Q (D) S]
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PART-A
[SINGLE CORRECT CHOICE TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.10 has four choices (A), (B), (C), (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
Q.1 Two concentric uniformly charged thin spherical shell of radius 10 cm and 20 cm are arranged as shown
in the figure. Potential difference between the spheres is
(A*) 4.5 10
11
V (B) 2.7 10
11
V (C) 0 (D) none of these
Q.2 An inclined plane is fitted within an elevator, and a block of mass 'm' is allowed to slide down the plane
starting from rest. The block takes a time 'T' to reach the bottom of the plane. If the elevator descends
with an acceleration a,the time taken by the same block to slide down the plane starting from the same
position is 'T'. Then
(A) T' = T (B) T' < T (C*) T' > T
(D) any of the above may be true depending on the presence or absence of friction.
Q.3 Figure shows a solid hemisphere with a charge of 5 nC distributed uniformly through its volume. The
hemisphere lies on a plane and point P is located on the plane, along a radial line from the centre of
curvature at distance 15 cm. The electric potential at point P due to the hemisphere is
(A) 150 V (B*) 300 V (C) 450 V (D) 600 V
Q.4 A block of mass 1kg is released from rest at t = 0 to fall freely under gravity. Power of gravitational force
acting on it at time t = 2 s is (g = 10 m/s
2
)
(A*) 200 watts (B) 10 watts (C) 100 watts (D) zero
Q.5 A particle of mass m moves on a straight line with its velocity varying with the distance travelled according
to the equation v = x a , where a is a constant. The total work done by all the forces during a
displacement from x = 0 to x = d is
(A*) ma
2
d/2 (B) ma
2
d (C) 3/2 ma
2
d (D) None
Q.6 In the given circuit, the galvanometer G will show zero deflection if

R
1
R
2
R
3
R
4
+
G
(A) R
1
R
2
= R
3
R
4
(B*) R
1
R
3
= R
2
R
4
(C) R
1
R
4
= R
2
R
3
(D) none of the above
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[Sol.
MK

R
1
R
2
R
3
R
4
+
R
B
D
C A
Equivalent circuit ]
Q.7 A 800F capacitor is charged at a constant rate of 50 10
6
A. The time after which the voltage across
the capacitor becomes 10 v
(A*) 160 s (B) 50 s (C) 10 s (D) 500 s
[Sol.
MK
V =
C
Q
Q = 800 10 10
6
=
6
6
10 50
10 10 800


Ans.]
Q.8 Two heaters A and B are in parallel across the supply voltage. Heater A produces 500 kJ in 20 minutes
and B produces 1000 kJ in 10 minutes. The resistance of A is 100O. If the same heaters are connected
in series across the same voltage, the heat produced in 5 minutes will be
(A) 200 kJ (B*) 100 kJ (C) 50 kJ (D) 10 kJ
[Sol.
AG
V
2
=
60 20
10 100 500
3


t
R
V
1
2
= 500 Too much capacitor
|
.
|

\
|
2
t
R
V
2
2
= 1000
1
2
R
R 2
=
2
1
R
2
= 25O
125
V
2
5 60 60
6 2 25
10 500
3

= 10
5
]
Q.9 A voltmeter with resistance 500 O is used to measure the emf of a cell of internal resistance 4 O. The
reading of the voltmeter is found to be 125 volt. Find the emf of battery
(A) 250 V (B) 125 V (C*) 126 V (D) 100 V
[Sol.
AG
i =
504
c
; v = c 4i ; = c
504
c
4 ; v = c
|
.
|

\
|

126
1
1
= c
126
125
E = 126 V ]
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Q.10 A frame of reference F
2
moves with velocity
v

with respect to another frame F


1
. When an object is
observed from both frames, its velocity is found to be
1
v

in F
1
and
2
v

in F
2
. Then
2
v

is equal to :
(A) v v
1

+ (B*) v v
1

(C)
1
v v

(D)
| v |
v
| v v |
1
1
1

[Sol.
AG 1 2
F F
v v

=
v

1
F P
v v

=
1
v

2
F P
v v

=
2
v

1 2
v v v

+ = 0
2
v

= v v
1

]
PART-C
[INTEGER TYPE]
Q.1 to Q.8 are "Integer Type" questions. (The answer to each of the questions are upto 4 digits)
Q.1 A man hangs from the midpoint of a rope 10m long, the ends of which are tied to two light rings which are
free to move on a horizontal fixed rod (see fig.). What is the maximum possible separation d (in cm) of
the rings when the man is hanging in equilibrium, if the relevant coefficient of static friction between ring
hand rod is 0.75?
[Ans. 0600 ]
Q.2 Find the acceleration (in m/s
2
) of mass B if the acceleration of mass A is 12 m/s
2
towards left.
[Ans: 0002]
Q.3 A block lying on a smooth surface with spring connected to it is pulled by an external force as shown.Initially
the velocity of ends A and B of the spring are 4 m/s and 2m/s respectively. If the energy of the spring is
increasing at the rate of 20 J/sec at this moment, then find the stretch in the spring (in cm) at this moment.
[Ans: 0010]
B
K = 100 N/m
A
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Q.4 A small ball of mass m is attached to the end of the string of length = 1m whose other end is fixed. From
its lowest position, the ball is given a kinetic energy mg/5. The net acceleration (in m/s
2
) of the ball at the
instant when the string makes an angle u of 37 with the vertical is __________.
[0006 ]
[Sol.
NB
by Energy conservation
2
1
v
= ) cos 1 ( g 2 v
2
0
u
= 0
tangential a
t
= gsinu
u=37
v
1
v
0

= 6 m / s
2
Radial a
r
= 0
Resultant acceleration =
2
t
2
r
a a + = 6 m/s
2
Ans. ]
Q.5 In the circuit (Figure), E = 5 V, r

= 1 ohm, R
2
= 4 ohms, R
3
= 3 ohms and C = 3 F. Find the charge on
the plates of capacitor A (in C) at steady state. [0006]
C C
C C
R
1
R
2
R
3
c
r
A
Q.6 A capacitor of capacitance 5F is connected to a source of constant emf of 200V for a long time, then
the switch was shifted to contact 1 from contact 2. The amount of heat generated in the 500O resistance
is H. Fill the value of 3200 H (in joule) in OMR. [Ans. 200 ]
[Sol. Charge on capacitor = 5 10
6
200 = 10
3
Total heat generated =
6
6
10 5 2
10


= 10
1
The fraction lost in 500 O is
8
5
of total so H =
8
5

10
1
=
J
16
1
3200
16
1
= 200 Ans. ]
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Q.7 Four concentric conducting spherical shell A, B, C & D having radius R, 2R, 3R & 4R respectively as
shown in figure. Shell B & C are connected by thin conducting wire. The capacitance of this system
between shell A & shell D is given by
R
7
N
0
tc
. Fill the value of N in OMR. [Ans: 0048]
Q.8 A bob of mass m = 10 kg is suspended from a massless string of length l. Other end of the string is fixed
from the ceiling. A horizontal force F = mg is applied on the bob when bob it at rest at the lowest
position. Find maximum tension (in Newton) in the string during the motion.
(Use
2
= 1.4, g = 10 m/s
2
)
F=mg
m
[Ans. 220 ]
[Sol. Max tension will be at 45 calculate tension at 45 and equal to 220 N ]