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1.

A block of mass m is resting on the rough horizontal ground. Minimum force required to move it

is

3mg

. Then coefficient of friction is

5

(a)

2.

1

5

(b)

(c)

P

t

(b) 1 e

1

(a)

3.

4.

5.

is

(a)

8R

11

(b)

(c)

6R

5

(c)

shown network. Where resistance of each resistor is R, is

6R

11

t t

413P0 sin

dN

A potentiometer wire AB as shown is 40 cmPe

long

e t

5dtt

of resistance 50 / m free end of an ideal 4voltmeter is touching the potentiometer wire. What

should be the velocity of the jockey as a function

of time so that reading in voltmeter is varying with

time as (2sin )

(b) 10 cos tcm/s

(a) 10 sin tcm/s

(c) 20 sin t cm/s

(d) 20 cos tcm/s

10

10

v

4v

in parallel to AC power source of voltage

. The maximum current through the resistance

is half of the maximum current through the power source. Then value of R is

3

(a) C 1

L

(c) 5

6.

(d)

1

L

C

(b)

3 L

1

C

An real object of 2cm length is placed upright at a distance of x cm from a spherical mirror with its

base on the principle axis its image is formed at distance x + 20 cm. The image is real inverted &

4 cm in length. Find focal length of spherical mirror.

(a) 30 cm

(b) 40/3 cm

(c)40 cm

(d) 30/4 cm

7.

A sample of an ideal gas is taken through a cyclic process whose P-V graph is in the shape of the

rectangel consisting of isochoric and isobaric process. If maximum pressure of the gas is P0. The

value of minimum presure of the gas so that efficiency of cycle is 20% , is

(a) 0.2 P0

(b) 0.4 P0

(c) 0.8 P0

(d) data insufficient

8.

One end of ideal string tied up with fixed support & other end is tied with a bob. The string is

released from horizontal position. When string makes an angle of with vertically downward

direction then the acceleration vector of bob is horizontal. Then is

(a)tan -1(1)

10.

(c) tan-1

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A and Youngs modulus Y is tied up with a bob of

mass m. The bob is moving with constant angular speed in circular path of radius r as shown.

in the string assuming l <<l.

Find elongation

(a)

mg 2 2

l r

AY

(b)

(c)

mgr

AY

(d)

mgl 2

AY

)

------------

9.

(b) tan-1(1/2)

< r >m

l2 r 2

Two solid spherical balls of radius r1 & r2(<r1)& of density are ------------tied up with a long string & released in a viscous

column of

r1

2 4

13lliquid

l

2mg

4

4

r32 rr314

1

r

the

g

gg g

lesser density with the string just taut as shown.

ten2 Find

1

33AY

2 r

2 + r1

sion in the string when terminal velocity is attained

d cF

i

G

H

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

IJb gg

hb

K

r2

11.

in a magnetic field B so that it is perpendicular to magnetic field as shown. Net force acting of the ring is

(a) 2BiR

(b) 2BiRsin

(c) 2BiRcos

(d) BiR sin

12.

A projectile is projected at some angle from the horizontal in a vertical plane. Then the angular

momentum of the projectile about point of projection is proportional to tn where t is time then n is

equal to

--

--

--

--

--

--

x x x x x x x x x x

x x x x x x x x x x

x x x x x x x x x x

x x x x x x x x x x

x x x x x x x x x x

-------------------------------

(a) 1/2

13.

(b) 1

(c)

(d) 2

A cylindrical ice of radius r1 and length l & of relative density 0.9 is initiallly floating in the container

of radius r2(>r1) containing water. A body of relative density 2 is placed on the top surface of ice

so that ice is just submerged. The increase in the water level is

(a)

(b)

F

IJ

G

H K

l

r12

(c) 10 r 2 r 2

2

1

(d)

14.

connected with another uncharged capacitor of capacitance C

as shown so that till the steady state is reached, find the value of

C if heat librated through the wires is maximum.

(a) zero

(b) C

(c) C/2

(d) 2C.

15.

The electric field of a light wave at a point is E= (100 N/c) sin (3x 1015t)sin (6x 1015t) where t is

time in second. This light falls on a metal surface having work function of 2 eV, then maximum

possible kinetic energy of photoelectrons is about

(a)16 eV

(b) 7 eV

(c) 6 eV

(d) 4 eV

16.

Inclined plane AB & BC are at an inclination of 600 &300 from the horizontal respectively. Two

projectiles are thrown from A& C such that they strikes at B with same speed. The length AB is

1

m and length BC is 1m. If projectile from A is thrown with speed 2 m/s then the initial speed

3

of projectile thrown from C is

(a) 1/2 m/s

(b) 1 m/s

(c) 2 m/s

(d) none of these

F I IJ

G

HJ

KK

2

17.

2 2

9ll 2 r1 xv

rof

1 an equilateral triangular plate of edge length

Three charges q, q and -2q are fixed on the vertices

x 2 2

r1 plates having surface charge density

r22 alarge

10 very

a. This plate is in equilibrium between two

1 and 2 respectively. Find the period of small angular oscillation about an axis passing through

its centroid and perpendicular to plane. Moment of inertia of the system about this axis I.

0I

(a) 2 q

a

1

2

2 0I

3q a 1 2

(c) 2

18.

0I

(b) 2 2q

a

1

2

2 0I

(d) 2 q

a

1

2

A Particle is executing linear SHM. Its displacement from mean position, velocity & acceleration

at an instant are x, v and a respectively. Find amplitude of the motion.

2

(a) x +

19.

v

2a

(b)

x

2

(c) sin v

ax

IJ

F

G

HK

A solid sphere of uniform density has radius equal to R. it has a cavity of radius R/2 such that the

centre of mass lies on the surface of the cavity. Find distance between centre of sphere and centre

of cavity.

(a) Zero

(b) R/14

(c) R/6

(d) none of these

20.

(a)

(b) MR2

(c)

( 2 > 1 ). A capillary of radius r is inserted in the liquid so that its

bottom reaches upto denser liquid and lighter liquid does not enters in to the capillary. Denser liquid rises in capillary and atain

height equal to h which is also equal tocolumn length of lighter

liquid. Assuming zero contact angle find surface tension of heavier

liquid.

(a)

22.

b g

r

2 1 gh

2

(d)

bI g

IJF

F

G

J

G

J

H

KG

G

J

H K

=2rgh

12.2vgh

15

21r3

11

Gm

MR

22 1 gh

MR

+

c

2

c+v

2 v c ( v / 2) v

v 02r r22R(c)

(b)

0

0

v ( v / 2)

c+v

cv

F

G

H

IJ

K

(d)

cv I

F

G

Hc + v / 2 JKv

A particle of mass m is placed at a distance R from centre of a uniformly dense thin ring of mass m

and radius R on a n axis passig through its centre and perpendicular to its plane. Find the speed of

the particle when it reaches at the centre of the ring due to their mutual gravitation force.

Gm 2

d2 1i

d2 1i

Gm

(b)

(c)

R 2

An infinitely long cylindrical radiation source is radiating with power of W watts per unit of its

length. The intensity of radiation, at a distance r from the axis of the cylinder is proportional to.

(a)

25.

Three bodies A, B and C are situated at the vertices of an equilateral triangle ABC at t = 0. Each

of the particle moves with constant speed v. A always has its velocity along AB, B along BC a& C

along CA. During its journey A emit whistle of high frequency v0. Find frequency heard by B

considering speed of sund equal to c.

(a)

24.

(c)

(b)

(a)

23.

---------------

21.

radius R about an axis which is tangent to it and perpendicular to

the line joining its ends.

(b)

(d) ln r

(c)

refracting convex surface on its principal axis & it starts moving

with speed v perpendicular to its principle axis as shown in figure.

Find the speed of its image if the radius of the convex surface is d.

(a) 0.5 v

(b) 1.5 v

(c) 2v

(d) 3v

26.

An infinitely long current carrying wire carrying current i. A charge of mass m & charge q is

projected with speed v parallel to direction of current at a distance r from it. Then the radius of

curvature at point of projection is

(a)

27.

(c) r

r

In a region at a distance r from z-axis magnetic field B = B0 rtk$ is present where B0 is constant t

is time. Then the magnitude of induced electric field at a distance r from z-axis is given by

r

(a) B0

2

28.

2 rmv

(b) q i

0

r2

(b) B0

2

(c)

A small square loop of edge length a and resistance R is moved with velocity v0 away from an

infinitely long current carrying conductor carrying current i so that the conductor and side of square

are always in same plane. Find induced current in loop at a separation of r.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

29.

Current in a X-ray tube operating at 40 kV is 10 mA. 1% of the total kinetic energy of electrons

hitting the target is converted into X-rays. Then the heat produced in the target per second is

(a)396J

(b) 4J

(c) 400J

(d) can not be determined

30.

that both the block lifts up. Consider string to be

2 2

2 rmv

iav

v

0ria

ideal and pulley to be massless & frictionless

0 22B0

iR

24qr3rrR

0R

(a) 4g

(b) 8g

(c) 5g

(d) 7g

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