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PHYSICS

SECTION – I

Straight Objective Type

This section contains 6 multiple choice questions numbered 1 to 6. Each question has

4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONLY ONE choice is correct.

1. When a parallel beam of light falls on a solid transparent sphere kept in air parallel to a

diameter it is found that the beam converge at the opposite end of that diameter, thus

refractive index of the sphere must be

(a) 2 (b) 2 (c)

2

1

(d)

2

3

2. To disperse all the mass of the Earth to infinity against its own gravitational field would

require 2.4 ×10

32

J of energy. Mass of the earth is 6 ×10

24

kg and radius of earth is 6400 km.

Since earth is mostly iron, therefore, its specific heat capacity is about 500J kg

–1

K

–1

.

Assuming that the earth was formed by very cold objects falling from a great distance away,

its maximum possible temperature soon after its formation will be

(a) 4.8 ×10

4

K (b) 8 ×10

4

K (c) 13.3 ×10

4

3. In the circuit arrangement, shown in figure, initially both the

switches S

K (d) 6000K

1

and S

2

are open. At t =0, the switch S

1

is closed and

at t= t

0

, the switch S

2

is also closed when the current in L

1

has

become i

1

=0.756A. At t = t

0

, the magnitude of current i

2

dt

di

2

and

rate of change of current are given by; (i

2

is the current in

L

2

)

(a) zero, 3As

–1

(b) 0.567A, 2.22 As

–1

(c) 0.567A, 3 As

–1

(d) zero, 2.22 As

S

2

S

1

L

2

=2H

L

1

=6H

R =10Ω

E =12V

–1

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4. Consider the β decay

198

Au →

198

Hg +β

–

v + , where

198

Hg is a mercury nucleus in an

excited state of energy 1.088MeV above the ground state. The atomic mass of

198

Au is

197.968233u and that of

198

Hg is 197.96676u & (1u =931 MeV/c

2

1

1500

2

2

−

= λ

p

p

)

Choose the correct statement:

(a) the electrons have KE ranging from 0 to 1.3714 MeV

(b) the electrons have KE ranging from 0 to 0.2834 MeV

(c) the electrons have a unique KE of 1.3714 MeV

(d) the electron have a unique KE 0.2864 MeV

5. For a certain hypothetical one electron atom the wavelength (in Aº) for the spectral lines for

transition from n =p to n =1 are given by (where p >1), then the ionization

potential of this element must be

(a) 0.95 V (b) 2.05 V (c) 8.25 V (d) none of these

6. The magnitude of radius vector of a point varies with time as ) 1 ( t t r α − β = where α & β are

positive constant. The distance travelled by this body over a closed path must be

(a)

α

β

(b)

α

β

2

(c) αβ (d)

β

α 2

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SECTION − II

One or More than one type

This section contains 4 multiple correct answer type questions numbered 7 to 10. Each question

has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which ONE OR MORE THAN ONE choice(s) is/are

correct.

7. Three identical resistors R

1

, R

2

and R

3

are connected as

shown in figure. When the switch S is closed

(a) power dissipated in R

1

increases

(b) power dissipated in R

2

increases

(c) total power delivered by the cell increases

(d) power dissipated in R

2

is less than that in R

R

1

R

3

R

2

E

+

S

1

8. During a positive beta decay

(a) the atomic number of the atom decreases by one

(b) sometimes a neutrino may also come along with it

(c) a proton gets converted into a neutron

(d) the binding energy of the remaining nucleus increases

9. During an experiment, an ideal gas is found to obey a condition

ρ

2

P

=constant [ρ =density of

the gas]. The gas is initially at temperature T, pressure P and density ρ. The gas expands such

that density changes to ρ/2.

(a) The pressure of the gas changes to P 2 .

(b) The temperature of the gas changes to T 2 .

(c) The graph of the above process on the P–T diagram is parabola.

(d) The graph of the above process on the P–T diagram is hyperbola.

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10. X rays from a tube with a target A of atomic number Z shows strong K lines for target A and

weak K lines for impurities. The wavelength of K

α

lines is λ

z

for target A and λ

1

and λ

2

z z

1 2

1

4and

4

λ λ

= =

λ λ

for

two impurities. . Screening constant of K

α

(z 1)

2

+

lines to be unity. Select the

correct statement(s)

(a) the atomic number of first impurity is 2z – 1

(b) the atomic number of first impurity is 2z +1

(c) the atomic number of second impurity is

(d) the atomic number of second impurity is

z

1

2

+

SECTION − III

Reasoning Type

This section contains 3 reasoning type questions numbered 11 to 13. Each question contains

Statement-1 and Statement-2. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which

ONLY ONE is correct.

Directions: Read the following questions and choose

(A) If both the statements are true and statement-2 is the correct explanation of

statement-1.

(B) If both the statements are true but statement-2 is not the correct explanation of

statement-1.

(C) If statement-1 is True and statement-2 is False.

(D) If statement-1 is False and statement-2 is True.

11. Statement 1 : If the air gap between two parallel glass layers of a window is decreased rate

of heat flow through window decreases.

Statement 2 : The convection current between the glass layers decreases on decreasing the

air gap.

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D

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12. Statement 1 : For a given distance between an object and screen there are always two

position of lens for which a sharp image can be formed.

Statement 2 : In displacement method the product of magnification is always equal to unity.

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D

13. Statement 1 : When a body has combined translatory and rotatory motion its instantaneous

axis of rotations can never be outside the body.

Statement 2 : About instantaneous axis of rotation the angular velocity of all particles of the

body is same.

(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D

SECTION−IV

Linked Comprehension Type

This section contains 3 paragraphs M

14

−M

22

. Based upon these paragraphs, 3 multiple choice

questions have to be answered. Each question has 4 choices (a), (b), (c) and (d), out of which

ONLY ONE choice is correct.

A coupled oscillator consists of two identical masses m each

connected with a massless spring of constant k. The coupled

oscillator is kept against a wall with block B in contact with the

wall whereas block A is pushed towards the wall by a distance d

and at t =0, the block A is released. (The natural length of spring is

l and surface is smooth.)

Passage – I

A B

k

14. After block B leaves contact with the wall the maximum velocity of block A during the

subsequent motion in the reference frame of center of mass is

(a)

m

k d

2

(b)

m

k

d

2

(c)

m

k

d

2

2 (d)

m

k

d

8

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15. Which of the following graph correctly represent the variation of velocity of the blocks in

reference frame of a stationary observer with respect to time t where

k

m

t

2

π

>

(a)

block B

block A

t

v

(b)

block B

block A

t

v

(c)

block A

block B

t

v

(d)

block B

block A

t

v

16. If at t =0 when block A is released the wall on the left side of block B is also removed then

which of the following graph correctly represent the variation of velocity of the blocks in

reference frame of a stationary observer for time 0 ≥ t

(a)

block B

block A

t

v

(b)

block B

block A

t

v

(c)

block A

block B

t

v

(d)

block B

block A

t

v

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In an experiment to determine the Young’s modulus

of a metal, two identical wires are suspended using a

vernier arrangement as shown in figure. The left wire

is held taut with a fixed mass. Different loads can be

applied to the right wire and stretching of the wire

can be measured by using the vernier scale attached

to the wire on right. The test wire has a length of 2.2

m between support and vernier and a uniform

diameter of 0.42 mm. Take g =10ms

Passage-II

–2

0

cm

1

0

10

0 kg

and give your

answer in appropriate significant digits.

0

cm

1

0

10

2 kg

Vernier

17. The strain produced in the wire is

(a) 0.001 (b) 0.0010 (c) 0.091 (d) 0.0909

18. The Young’s modulus of the material is

(a) 1.4 ×10

11

Nm

–2

(b) 1.40 ×10

11

Nm

–2

(c) 1.44 ×10

11

Nm

–2

(d) 1.43 ×10

11

Nm

–2

19. If the wire is loaded statically, then the increase in internal energy of the wire is

(a) Zero (b) 0.022 J (c) 0.02 J (d) 0.044 J

Two solid balls, of the same material and radius r and 2r

respectively, are released at the same time from rest at a height

Passage-III

) 2 & ( r r h >> above the ground (measured from the centre of the

large ball which is below the small ball). Assuming that the centres

of the balls are on the same vertical line (Figure) and all collisions

are elastic, then (Assuming that the large ball touches the ground and

bounces back before colliding with the small ball.)

2r

h

r

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20. After the first collision between the balls

(a) smaller ball moves upward whereas larger ball moves downward

(b) both the balls moves upwards

(c) smaller ball moves upward with slower velocity then larger ball

(d) both the ball moves downward

21. After first collision between the balls the ratio of velocity of smaller ball to that of larger ball

is

(a) 9/5 (b) 5/9

(c) 2 (d) 23/5

22. The maximum height attained by the smaller ball after the first collision between the balls is

(a) ) 2 (

81

529

3 r h r − + (b) ) 2 (

81

529

3 r h r − −

(c) ) 2 (

81

529

3 r h r + + (d) ) 2 (

81

59

3 r h r − +

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SECTION−V

Matrix−Match Type

This section contains 1 question. The question contains statements given in two columns

which have to be matched. Statements (A), (B), (C), (D) in Column I have to be matched

with statements (1, 2, 3, 4) in Column II. One statement in first column has one or more than

one match with the statements in second column. The answers to these questions have to be

appropriately bubbled as illustrated in the following example.

If the correct matches are A−1,3, B−3, C−2,3 and D−2,4, then the correctly bubbled

4 ×4 matrix should be as follows:

A

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

B

C

D

1 2 3 4

1.

Column I Column II

(A) Quantum concept is used in 1. Standing waves

(B) Electrons in an atom show 2. Black body radiation

(C) Absorption of X-ray through 3. Photoelectric effect

(D) Radiation coming from Sun 4. Pair production

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