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# SRI BHAGAWAN MAHAVEER JAIN COLLEGE

Vishweshwarapuram, Bangalore.

## Mock Examination February 2015

Course: I PUC
Subject: Physics
Max. Marks: 70
Duration: 3:15 hrs.

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PART-A
10 x 1 = 10
Name the strongest fundamental force in nature.
Write a physical quantity which has unit but no dimension.
Define unfiorm acceleration of a body.
At what angle a stone must be thrown to get maximum horizontal range.
Write the relation between horse power and watt.
Define bulk modulus of elasticity.
When does the flow of a liquid become turbulent?
Give an example for pure rotatory motion.
State Stefans law of black body radiation.
What is restoring force?
PART-B
Answer any FIVE of the following questions:
5 x 2 = 10
State and explain parallelogram law of vector addition.
What is uniform circular motion? Give an example.
State and explain Hookes law..
A force of F 5i 6j 4k acting on a body produces a displacement S 6i 5k . Calculate the work
done by the force.
Draw the schematic diagram of a refrigerator.
What is the effect of mass and acceleration due to gravity on the time period of simple pendulum?
Distinguish between longitudinal waves and transverse waves.
State and explain the law of conservation of angular momentum.
PART-C
Answer any FIVE of the following questions:
5 x 3 = 15
Define a null vector. Write its two properties.
State the laws of limiting friction.
Define dimension of a physical quantity, check the correctness of the equation v 2 u 2 2aS , where
symbols have their usual meaning, using dimensional analysis.
State Keplers laws of planetary motion.
State Bernoullis principle. Mention one of its application.
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Show that in the case of an ideal gas. [Where -coefficient of volume expansion,
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T-temperature].
Obtain an expression for kinetic energy of a rotating body.
Write Newtons formula for velocity of sound in air and give Laplaces correction to it.
PART-D
Answer any TWO of the following questions:
2 x 5 = 10
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Derive S ut at using v-t graph, where the symbols have their usual meaning.
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Derive an expression for velocity after collision and loss in kinetic energy in case of completely
inelastic collision in one dimension.
State and explain parallel axes theorem and perpendicular axes theorem.

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2 x 5 = 10
Explain Carnots cycle with P-V diagram.
Derive an expression for the pressure exerted by an ideal gas on the basis of kinetic theory of gases.
What are beats? Give the theory of beats.

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## Answer any THREE of the following questions:

3 x 5 =15
A cricket ball is thrown at a speed of 28ms-1 in a direction 30 above the horizontal. Calculate
a) the maximum height b) the time taken by the ball to return to same level c) the horizontal range.

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The driver of a three wheeler moving with a speed of 36kmph sees a child standing in the middle of
the road and brings his vehicle to rest in 4s. What is the average retarding force of the vehicle? The
mass of three wheeler is 400 kg and the mass of the driver is 65 kg.

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Calculate the orbital velocity and period of revolution of an artificial satellite of earth, moving at an
altitude of 200 km. Given radius of earth is 6400 km, mass of the earth is 6 x 1024 kg and
G = 6.7x10-11 Nm2kg-2.

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A metal rod of length 20cm and diameter 2cm is covered with a non conducting material. One of its
end is maintained at 100C while the other end is at ice at 0C. 25g of ice melts in 5 min. Calculate the
co-efficient of thermal conductivity of the metal. Given latent heat of fusion of ice is
3.33 x 105 J kg-1.

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A particle is executing simple harmonic motion with a time period of 4s. If the amplitude of oscillation
is 5cm, calculate 1) displacement 2) velocity and 3) acceleration of the particle 1s after it starts
oscillating.

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