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v1 " v 2 2 (B) v1t1 " v 2 t 2 t1 " t 2 v1v 2 (C) v " v 1 2 2v1v 2 (D) v " v 1 2 Which mirror/lens is used by ENT surgeon : (A) concave mirror (B) convex mirror (C) concave lens (D) convex lens 5. at what speed should he walk the second kilometre to reach just in time ? (A) 5 km/h (B) 6 km/h (C) 7km/h (D) 8 km/h If a body covers some distance with speed v1 for time t. then it appears to be above 1 cm from the paper. #% t #"% (B) #% t # &% (C) #% t 2 2'# " % ( (D) #"b #% t 7. If the refractive index of glass is 1. Then what would be the average speed for the whole duration. The magnifying power of the microscope will be : (A) m1m2 (B) m1 + m2 (C) m1 – m2 Space for rough work (D) 8. A uniform wire of resistance 10 ! stretched upto 5 times new resistance will be : (A) 250 ! (B) 50 ! (C) 2 ! (D) 500 ! A boy leaves his house at 9:30 a. If the total time elapsed is t second. the value maximum velocity will be (A) 6. A rectangular glass plate is placed on a piece of paper which has a small dot of ink.OBJECTIVE PAPER 1. and some another distance with speed v2 for some time t2.5 (D) 3 In a compound microscope.5.5 (C) 2. After which it decelerates at a constant rate % and comes to rest.m. for his school. m1 m2 1 PAGE # 11 .m. The school is 2 km away and classes start at 10:00 a. magnifying powers of objective and eye lenses are m1 and m2 respectively. If he walks at a speed of 3 km/h for the first kilometre. 3. (A) 4. Angle between two inclined plane mirrors is 40º and an object is placed on the by sector find the number of images : (A) 9 (B) 7 (C) 6 (D) 8 A car accelerates from rest at a constant rate #$for sometime. then the thickness of the plate in cm will be : (A) 1 (B) 1. When ink-dot is seen from the upper side of the plate. 2.

6 × 1016 Cl– ions in 10 seconds. 12. highly diminished (B) Virtual . erect.9. BC increases A solution of sodium chloride discharges 6. If this is heated. erect. then the magnifying power M is : (final image is at +) fo (A) f e fe (B) f o (C) f o Space for rough work 2 fe (D) fe " fo fe 2 PAGE # 22 . Two large holes are cut in a metal sheet. highly diminished (D) Real.) is : (A) 2 – 1 (B) 2 " 2 (C) 2 " 3 (D) 3 " 2 A uniform wire of resistance R is stretched until its radius becomes 1/n times the original radius. The work done in this process is : (A) zero (B) (Qq a)/(2*0r2) (C) (Qq a)/(4*0r2) (D) (Qq a)/(8*0r2) When the object is at infinity from a concave lens. Now. (A)1. The time of travel (in sec. BC decreases 10. inverted. (B) Both will decrease (D) AB decreases. 15. distance ab and bc : a b c hole hole metallic plate (A) Both will increase (C) AB increases.13 ×1013 kg (D)113 ×1015 kg 11. 13. fe is focal length of eye lens for telescope. Two simple pendulums of equal masses and length 10 m and 20 m respectively are executing S. 14.1 × 1016 Na+ ions and 4. 16. A small charge q on the sphere is moved from its initial position to a point diametrically opposite.H. If fo is focal length of objective lens for telescope. then image will be : (A) Real .7 mA (B) 17 mA (C) 1.13 ×1015 kg (B)1. the ratio of time periods will be : (A) 1 : 2 (B) 2 :1 (C) 1: 1 (D) 1 : 2 17.M.13 ×10–15 kg (C)1. the resistance of the new wire will be : (A) R/n (B) n2 ×R (C) R/n4 (D) n4 ×R A copper sphere of radius a is placed a is distance r (< a) from a point charge Q. magnified (C) Virtual.9 )A (D) 17 )A A body starts falling from height ‘h’ and travels distance h/2 during the last second of motion. erect. Find the current passing through the solution. same size A body has a charge of +2 coulomb change in mass of the body will be : (A) 1.

A neon lamp is connected to a voltage ac source. If the change in length of the wire is x cm then the change in volume of the cube is : (A) x3 cm3 (B) 3x cm3 3 (C) x cm (D) indeterminate as data are insufficient Compute the value of battery current in the circuit shown below : 19. (A) Will increase (B) Will decrease (C) Will remain unchanged (D) Will increase if Q3 is of the same sign as Q1 and will decrease if Q3 is of opposite sign. The neon bulb will flash at : (A) 50V (B) 70V (C) 100V (D) 35V A charge Q1 exerts some force on a second charge Q2. 22. The ac source is now replaced by a variable dc source and the experiment is repeated. (B) 8A (C) 3A (D) 10A Colour blindness related to : (A) rod shape cells (C) cone shape cells (B) spherical cells (D) none of these Space for rough work 3 PAGE # 33 . 21.18.5) (A) 10 cm (B) 5 cm (C) 15 cm (D) 20 cm A wire of length 1 cm and a cube of side 1 cm of the same metal are heated through 1ºC. The voltage is gradually increased from zero volt. 12V (A) 6A 23. If a 3rd charge Q3 is brought near then the force of Q1 exerted on Q2. The radius of curvature of the convex surface of a plano-convex lens is 10 cm. It is observed that the neon flashes at 50 V. 20. What is the focal length of the plano-convex lens ? (Here ) = 1.

..57 10–4 T (B) 12.57 × 10–6 T (C) 12.24... The magnitude of magnetic field at the centre of the circular wire is : (A) 12...... to .... (B) 7! (C) 5 ! 16 (D) 16 5 Magnetic field lines of earth's magnetic field in inside earth travels from . Find the magnetic field at the centre C..5 m and the current is 10 A.. south pole (C) north pole. infinity (D) infinity. : (A) south pole... 28. Which physical phenomenon is not required to form a rainbow : (A) reflection (B) refraction (C) dispersion (D) total internal reflection The radius of a circular wire is 0. The circular part has a radius r.57 × 10–3 T 25. Equivalent resistance of the given circuit will be : A B (A) 1! 27. north pole (B) north pole..... I I r C (A) 3) 0 I 8r (B) )0 I 8r (C) )0I 2r (D) 3) 0 I 2r Space for rough work 4 PAGE # 44 .57 × 10–5 T (D) 12.. south pole A wire as shown in figure carries a current I ampere.. 26.

A body of mass 20 kg moves with an acceleration of 2ms-2. If its area of cross-section is 0. The rate of change of momentum in SI unit is: (A) 40 (B) 10 (C) 4 (D) 1 At what height above earth’s surface. What is conserved : (A) Momentum and K. 28 3 (D) known only in terms of its density A bullet in motion hits and gets embedded in a solid resting on a frictionless table. The ratio of times it takes to fall through equal height H is : (A) 1 : ( 2 –1) : ( 3 – (B) 1 : ( 2 –1) : ( 3 + (C) 1 : 1 : 1 (D) 9 : 4 : 1 2) 2) 30. 32. value of g is same as in a mine 100 km deep : (A) 50 km (B) 60 km (C) 70 km (D) 80 km A body is released from rest from the top of a tower of height 3H. 31. alone (D) None of these The statement for a given pair of forces (in figure) can be written as : Rn 34. A cylinder of mass 10 g weighs 7 g in water. its length will be : (A) 4 cm (B) 40 cm 3 (C) 33. (B) Momentum only (C) K. W= mg (A) It is not an action-reaction pair (C) Depends on situation (B) It is an action-reaction pair (D) None of these Space for rough work 5 PAGE # 55 .75 cm2.29.E.E.

An erect image is formed with a magnification of 2. the final temperature of the mixture is : (A) 5ºC (B) 2ºC (C) 10ºC (D) 0ºC An object is placed in front of a concave mirror of focal length f. 37. The temperature of 100 gm of water is to be raised from 24ºC to 90ºC by adding steam to it. A trough appears at this position at t = (A) 0.02 s At what height (in terms of radius of earth) the acceleration due to gravity will be g/2 : (A) ( 2 " 1)R (C) (B) ( 2 & 1)R (D) None of these Space for rough work 43.01 s (D) 0. At a particular position. 40. 38. 39. The ratio of their momentum is : (A) 4 :1 (B) 1 : 4 (C) 2 : 1 (D) 1 : 2 300 g of water at 25ºC is added to 100 g of ice at 0ºC. Calculate the mass of the steam required for this purpose : (A) 8 gm (B) 12 gm (C) 15 gm (D) 10 gm The distances of two planets (Neptune and Saturn) from Sun are 1013 m and 1012 m respectively.62 (C) 3 (D) 3. The period of a periodic wave is 0.35. An elevator weighing 500 kg is to be lifted at a constant velocity of 0. What should be the minimum horse power of the motor to be used : (A) 1.52 (B) 2. To obtain real image with the same magnification the object has to be moved through a distance of : (A) f/2 (B) f (C) 3f / 2 (D) 2f / 3 36.005 s (B) 0.4 m/sec. 2R 6 PAGE # 66 .02 s. The ratio of time periods of the planets is : (A) 100 : 1 (C) 10 : 1 (B) 1: 10 (D) 10 10 : 1 41. there is a crest at t = 0. 42.015 s (D) 0.52 The power of a pump which takes 10s to lift 100 kg of water tank situated at a height of 20 m is : (A) 2 × 104 N (B) 2 × 103 W (C) 2 × 102 W (D) None of these Two bodies of masses 1 kg and 4 kg have equal kinetic energies .

D. 0. 47. (B) one of these nine celestial bodies is a satellite. What fraction of its volume is above the water ? (Given: density of ice = 900 kg/m3 and density of ocean water = 1030 kg/m3) : (A) 90/103 (B) 10/103 (C) 1/103 (D)13/103 The space between stars in milky way galaxy is filled with : (A) dust (B) gases (C) interstellar matter (D) all are correct 48. heat of ice =?) (A) 8. If ultrasonic.5 completely in water is : (A) 16 × 10– 3 kgwt (B) 32 × 10– 3 kgwt (C) 64 × 10– 3 kgwt (D) 128 × 10– 3 wt 1 kg ice at – 10ºC is mixed with 1kg water at 100ºC. v1 and v1 . infrasonic and audio waves travel through a medium with speed v1. v2 and v3 respectively them: (A) v1 = v2 = v3 (B) v1 > v3 > v2 (C) v1 < v3 < v2 (D) v3 . 49.5ºC (D) 6ºC An iceberg is floating in ocean. 50. (C) some of these are NOT real bodies at all. Space for rough work 7 PAGE # 77 .44.5ºC (B) 10ºC (C) 7. The force required to immerse a wooden cube of side 4 cm and R.v3 Geostationary satellites are used in : (A) remote sensing (C) spying The ancient Indian system assumes nine planets : (A) one of these nine celestial bodies is a star. (D) all are correct 45. (B) weather monitoring (D) (A) and (B) both 46. Then find equilibrium temperature : (sp.

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