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1. Two open organ pipes gives 6 beats per second when sounded together in their fundamental mode. The lengths of the pipes are 1 m and 1.02 m. The velocity of sound is (a) 3 0 m!s (b) 300 m!s (c) 3"0 m!s (d) #10 m!s 2. $n open organ pipe of length % vibrates in second harmonic mode. The pressure vibration is ma&imum (a) at the two ends (c) at the mid'point of the tube (b) at a distance %!# from either end inside the tube (d) none of these

3. Two strings $ and ( fi&ed at both ends and stretched by same force have length 100 cm and 120 cm and mass 16 g and 30 g respectively. The ratio of their fundamental fre)uency is (a) 2!3 (b) *6 (c) 3!2 (d) none of these

#. +n a test of subsonic ,et flies overhead at an altitude of 100 m. The sound intensity on the ground as the ,et passes overhead is 160 d(. $t what altitude should the plane fly so that the ground noise is not greater than 120 d(. (a) above 10 -m from ground (c) above (b) above 1 -m from ground

. Two strings $ and ( are .oined end to end. $ pulse sent from $ gets partially reflected from the boundary and is inverted. +f / represents wavelength of the pulse then (a) /$ 0 /( (b) /$ 1 /( (c) /$ 2 /( (d) data insufficient 6. Two stationary sources $ and ( are sounding notes of fre)uency 6"0 34. $n observer moves from $ to ( with a constant speed u. +f the speed of sound is 3#0 m!s5 then the value of u so that he hears 10 beats per second is (a) m!s (b) 2. m!s (c) 10 m!s (d) none of these 6. The fre)uency of a sonometer wire is f. 7istance between the bridges is fi&ed. 8hen the weights producing the tensions are completely immersed in water5 the fre)uency for same harmonic becomes f!2 and on immersing the weights in a certain li)uid the fre)uency becomes f!3.The specific gravity of the li)uid is* (a) #!3 (b) 32!26 (c) 1 !12 (d) 16!9

". 8hen the temperature at a placed is decreased from #6 o: to #3 o:5 the speed of sound changes from 360 m!s to (a) 3 6.6 m!s (b) 362.2 m!s (c) 36#. m!s (d) 3 . m!s 9. $ whistling train approaches a .unction. $n observer standing at .unction observes the fre)uency to be 2.2 -34 and 1." -34 of the approaching and the receding train. ;ind the speed of the train (speed of sound 1 330 m!s) (a) 30 m!s (b) 26 m!s (c) 36 m!s (d) 33 m!s 10. <elocity of sound in air is increased if (a) 8ind is blowing in direction opposite to the travel of sound (b) 3umidity in air is increased (c) Temperature of the air is decreased (d) 7ensity of the air is decreased isothermally 11. Transverse waves can propagate (a) both in a gas and a metal. (c) neither in a gas nor in a metal. (b) in a gas but not in metal. (d) not in a gas but in a metal.

12. +ncrease in tension by 21= in a sonometer wire increases the fundamental fre)uency by 34. +f the length of the wire is decreased by 10 = then the fundamental fre)uency becomes (a) # .# 34 (() . 34 (:) 0 34 (7) 60 34 13. Two sound waves represented by y 1 1 $1sin1000(t & & ) and y2 1 $1sin1010(t ) superpose. The 220 220 (7)

fre)uency with which the resultant amplitude oscillates is (a) 2 (() 3 (:) 10

1#. $n organ pipe closed at one end resonates with a tuning for- of fre)uency 1"034 and then with 30034. +t will also resonate with tuning for- of fre)uencies (a) #0034 and #034 (() #20 34 and 660 34 (:) #0 34 and 6"0 34 (7) 0034 and 60034 1 . 3ow many times more intense is 90 d( sound than 0 d( sound> (a) 10# (() #0 (:) 10 (7) 0

16. $ particle has simple harmonic motion represented by e)uation x = 5sin(4t / 6), where & is its displacement. +f the displacement of the particle is 3 units5 then its velocity is * (a) 2 / 3 (b) 5 / 6 (c) 20 (d) 16 units 16. The displacement y (in cm) produced by a simple harmonic wave is given by

y = (10 / ) sin(2000 t x /17).

The periodic time and ma&imum velocity of the particles in the medium will respectively be* (a) 103 ?ec and 3#0 m!s (b) 104 sec and 20 m!s (c) 103 ?ec and 200 m!sec (d) 10 2 sec and 2000 m!sec 1". $ wave is represented by the e)uation y = A sin(10 x + 15 t + / 3) 8here & is in meter and t is in second. 8hich of the following statements is correct> (a) The wave is traveling in the direction of the positive & @ a&is with a speed of 1. ms '1. (b) The wave is traveling along the positive & @ a&is. (c) The speed of the wave is 1. ms @1. (d) The wavelength of the wave is 2m 19. 8hen a wave travels in a medium5 the particle displacements are given by y ( x, t ) = 0.03sin (2t 0.01x) where y and & are in meter and t in seconds. The phase difference5 at a given instant of time between two particles 2 m apart in the medium5 is* (a) / 8 (b) / 4 (c) / 2 (d) 20. Two interfering waves have intensities in the ratio 9*1. Then the ratio of ma&imum to minimum amplitude is * (a) 10* " (b) #*2 (c) 100*6# (d) 16*# 21. $ turning for- when sounded together with a turning for- of fre)uency 2 6 emits two beats. An loading the tuning for- of fre)uency 2 65 the number of beats heard is 1 per second. The fre)uency of first tuning for- is* (a) 2 6 (b) 2 " (c) 2 # (d) 2 6 22. ?tanding stationary waves can be obtained in an air column even if the interfering waves are* (a) Af different pitches (b) Af different amplitudes (c) Af different )ualities (d) Boving with different velocities 23. Two waves of the same fre)uency5 traveling in the same medium but in opposite directions5 if superposed5 give rise to* (a) Cesonance (b) (eats (c) ?tanding waves (d) 3armonics 2#. $ steel rod 200 cm long is clamped at its middle. The fundamental fre)uency of longitudinal vibrations of the rod is given to be 2. -34. 8hat is the speed of sound in steel> (a) .10 -m!s (b) 2. -m!s (c) 10.2 -m!s (d) ".06 -m!s

2 . $ string of 36 cm length was in unison with a for- of fre)uency 2 6 per second. +t was in unison with another for- when the vibrating length was #" cm. the tension being unaltered. The fre)uency of the second for- is * (a) 3"# 34 (b) 192 34 (c) 320 34 (d) 112 34 26. The distance between two consecutive nodes in a Argan Dipe is* (a) / 4 (b) / 2 (c) 3 / 4 (d)

26. +n a sonometer e&periment5 bridges are separated by a fi&ed distance. The wire5 which may be slightly elastic5 emits a tone of fre)uency n when held by a tension T. Tension is increased to #T5 the tone emitted by the wire will be of fre)uency* (a) n (b) n!2 (c) #n (d) 2n 2". $ locomotive engine is approaching a hill with a speed of 30 m!s. +t blows whistle of fre)uency 600 34. ?peed of sound is 330 m!s. The fre)uency of the echo of the whistle as heard by the driver of the engine is (a) 600 34 (b) 660 34 (c) 620 34 (d) 0 34 29. $ source and a listener are moving towards each other with a speed 1 of the speed of sound. +f the fre)uency 10 of the note emitted by the source is f5 the fre)uency of the note heard by the listener will be nearly. (a) 1.11 f (b) 1.22 f (c) f (d) 1.33 f

30. <elocity of sound is v. ?ource and observer move towards each other with velocities vs and v0 respectively. 8ind is blowing with a velocity vm in the direction opposite to the propagation of sound. n is the pitch of the sound. The apparent pitch of the sound heard by the observe is * v + vm v0 v vm v0 v + vm v0 v vm + v0 (a) (b) (c) (d) n n n n v + v + v v v + v v v v m s m s m s v vm vs

+ns,er -ey 1. ( 6.( 11.7 16.7 21.: 26.( 2.( 6.( 12.( 16.: 22.( 26.7 3.: ".$ 13.7 1".: 23.: 2".: #.$ 9.7 1#.( 19.( 2#.$ 29.( .: 10.( 1 .$ 20.( 2 .( 30.7

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