Physics (Objective)
MECHANICS
1.
A balloon starts rising from the ground with an acceleration of 1.25 ms2. After 8 seconds, a
stone is released from the balloon. After releasing, the stone will:
(A) cover a distance of 40 m till it strikes the ground.
(B) have a displacement of 50 m till it reaches the ground.
(C) reach the ground in 4 seconds.
(D) begin to move down instantaneously.
2.
3.
(D)
2
(C)
x
1/ 2
P
C
t Q length of cord AB
(B)
x
2
1/ 2
1/ 2
2
(D)
x
1/ 2
A particle is moving in xy plane with y = x/2 and vx = 4 2t. The displacement versus
time graph of the particle would be
S
(A)
(B)
t
(C)
(D)
t
5.
A train accelerates from rest at a constant rate for some time and then it retards to rest at
the constant rate . If the total distance covered by the particle is x, then what is the
maximum velocity of the train?
(A)
x
2
4.
Q
A
Initial acceleration of a particle moving in a straight line is a0 and initial velocity is zero.
The acceleration reduces continuously to half in every t0 seconds. The terminal velocity of
the particle is
a t
(A) a 0 t 0 ln (2)
(B) 0 0
ln (2)
(C) a 0 t 0
(D)
a0t0
2
6.
From an inclined plane two particles are projected with same speed at
same angle , one up and other down the plane as shown in figure.
7.
A particle of mass m moves along xaxis as follows: it starts from rest at t = 0 from the
point x = 0, and comes to rest at t = 1at the point x = 1. No other information is available
about its motion at intermediate times (0 < t < 1). If denotes the acceleration of the
particle, then:
(i) cannot remain positive for all t in the interval 0 t 1.
(ii)  cannot exceed 2 at any point in its path.
(iii)  must be 4 at some point or points in its path.
(iv) must change sign during the motion, but no other assertion can be made with the
information given.
(A) (i) and (ii) are correct
(B) (i) and (iii) are correct
(C) (ii) and (iii) are correct
(D) (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct
8.
A motor boat of mass m moves along a lake with velocity v0. At t = 0, the engine of the boat
is shut down. Resistance offered to the boat is equal to rv. What is the total distance
covered till it stops ?
(A) mv0/r
(B) 3mv0/2r
(C) mv0/2r
(D) 2mv0/r
9.
A very broad elevator is going up vertically with a constant acceleration 2 m/s2. At the
instant when its velocity is 4 m/s a ball is projected from the floor of the lift with a speed of
4 m/s relative to the floor at an elevation of 300 . The time taken by the ball to return the
floor is ( g = 10 m/s2)
(A) 1/2 S
(B) 1/3 S
(C) 1/4 S
(D) 1 S
10.
The distance between two moving particles at any time is a. If v be their relative velocity
and v1 v2 be the components of v along and perpendicular to a. The time when they are
closest to each other are
av
av
(A) 21
(B) 22
v
v
(C) av2
(D) av2
v1
v2
11.
12.
There are two values of time for which a projectile is at the same height. The sum of these
two times is equal to
(A) 3T/2
(B) 4T/3
(C) 3T/4
(D) T
13.
A 2m wide truck is moving with a uniform speed v0 = 8 m/s along a straight horizontal
road. A pedestrian starts to cross the road with a uniform speed v when the truck is 4 m
away from him. The minimum value of v so that he can cross the road safely is
2m
15.
16.
Truck
V0
600
5kg
8kg
450
17.
18.
15 3
N
2
C
600
(D) 15 N
O
A bicyle is in motion. The force of friction exerted by the ground on its wheels is such that
it never acts:
(A) in backward direction on front wheel and in forward direction on rear wheel when it is
accelerating.
(B) in forward direction on front wheel and in backward direction on rear wheel when
brakes are applied on rear wheel only.
(C) in backward direction on front wheel and in forward direction on rear wheel when
brakes are applied on rear wheel only.
(D) in backward direction on both the wheels when brakes are applied on both the wheels.
19.
3 identical cars A, B, C are moving with the same speed on three bridges. Car A moves on
a plane bridge; B on a convex and C on a concave bridge. If FA, FB and FC are the normal
forces exerted by the cars on the bridges, then
(A) FA is maximum
(B) FB is maximum
(C) FC is maximum
(D) FA = FB = FC
20.
m2
m1
PHYSICS
(Objective Answers)
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20.
21.
22.
A
B
C
Two shells are fired from a cannon with speed u each, at angles and respectively with
the horizontal. The time internal between the shots is T. They collide in air after time t
from the first short. Which of the following condition satisfy
(A) <
(B) t cos = (t T) cos
(C) (t T) cos = t cos
1
2
1
2
24.
A
1
Distance (m)
A bead of mass m is attached to one end of a spring of natural length R and spring constant
k=
3 1 mg
. The other end of the spring is fixed at point A on a smooth vertical ring of
R
radius R as shown in figure. The normal reaction B just after it is released to move is
(A)
mg
2
(C) 3 3mg
(B)
3mg
(D)
30
3 3mg
2
25.
A body starts from rest with a uniform acceleration of 3m/s2 for 10 sec, it moves with
constant speed for 30 sec then decelerates by 6 m/s2 to zero. The distance covered by the
body is
(A) 1125 m
(B) 1175 m
(C) 1025 m
(D) 1075 m
26.
(D)
5glsin
27.
A point moves rectilinearly with deceleration which depends on the velocity v of the
particle as a = b v , where b is a constant. At the initial moment the velocity of the point is
v0 . The distance covers before it stops is
(A)
(C)
2v1/ 2
(B)
3b
v1/0 2
(D)
3b
2v 3 / 2
0
3b
v 30 / 2
3b
28.
An empty plastic box of mass m is found to accelerate up at the rate of g/6 when placed
deep inside water. How much sand should be put inside the box so that it may accelerate
down at the rate of g/6? Neglect water resistance.
(A) 2m/3
(B) 2m/5
(C) m/5
(D) 6m/7
29.
v1 or v2
v1
v1
(A)
(B)
v2
v2
t
v1 or v2
v1 or v2
(C)
(D)
v1
v2
v2
v1
30.
v0
Two block A and B having equal mass, are placed in contact with
each other on a rough plane, inclined at angle with horizontal as
shown in figure. If coefficients of friction for these blocks are 1 and
2(1 > 2) respectively, then for static equilibrium of two blocks.
B
A
m
3m
32.
33.
m/s
= 0.1
2=0.025
300
B
600
(D) 2 rg
34.
The force required to just move a body up the inclined plane is double the force required to
just prevent the body from sliding down the plane. The coefficient of friction is . The
inclination of the plane is:
(A) tan1()
(B) tan1(/2)
1
(C) tan (2)
(D) tan1(3)
35.
Suppose F, FN and f are the magnitudes of the contact force, normal force and the frictional
force exerted by one surface on the other, kept in contact. If none of these is zero then
which one is incorrect:
(A) F > Fn
(B) F > f
(C) Fn > f
(D) (Fn f) < F < (Fn + f)
36.
37.
Smooth
A block rests on a rough plane whose inclination to the horizontal can be varied. Which
of the following graphs shows variation of the frictional force F, between the block and the
plane, with ?
(A)
(B)
90
900
(C)
(D)
O
900
900
38.
A body whirls a stone in a horizontal circle, 1.8 m above the ground by means of a string of
length 1.2 m. The string breaks and the stone flies off horizontally striking the ground 9.1
m away. The centripetal acceleration during the circular motion was:
(A) 94 m/s2
(B) 141 m/s2
2
(C) 188 m/s
(D) 282 m/s2
39.
40.
41.
P(a,a)
3P 2
( v 2 v 12 )
m
m 2
(C)
( v 2 v 12 )
3P
m 3
( v 2 v 13 )
3P
m
(D)
(v 2 v 1 )
3P
(B)
Force acting on a particle is 2i 3j N . Work done by this force is zero, when a particle is
moved on the line 3y + kx = 5. Here value of k is
(A) 2
(B) 4
(C) 6
(D) 8
43.
42.
A particle moves in the xy plane under the action of the force F such that the value of its
F(N)
+10
6
+3
+6
x(m)
10
W(J)
W(J)
6
+3
(A)
+6
x(m)
(B)
6
+3
+6
60
60
75
75
W(J)
W(N)
x(m)
+30
(C)
(D)
6
+6
6
x(m)
60
+3 +6
x(m)
60
45.
A ball of mass 50 gm and relative density 0.5 strikes the surface of water with a velocity of
20 m/s. It comes to rest at a depth of 2 m. Find the work done by resisting force of water.
(A) 6 J
(B) +7.5 J
(C) 9.0 J
(D) 10 J
46.
An object of mass m slides down a hill of height h and of arbitrary shape and stops at the
bottom because of friction. The coefficient of friction may be different for different
segments of the path. Work required to return the object to its initial position along the
same path by a tangential force is:
(A) mgh
(B) 2mgh
(C) mgh
(D) it cant be calculated.
47.
An object of mass m slides down a hill of height h of arbitrary shape and after travelling a
certain horizontal path stops because of friction. The friction coefficient is different for
different segments for the entire path but is independent of the velocity and direction of
motion. The work that a force must perform to return the object to its initial position along
the same path is
(A) mgh
(B) 2mgh
(C) 4mgh
(D) mgh
48.
v0
49.
A scooter starting from rest moves with a constant acceleration for a time t1 , then with a
constant velocity for the next t 2 and finally with a constant deceleration for the next t 3 to
come to rest. A 500N man sitting on the scooter behind the driver manages to stay at rest
with respect to the scooter without touching any other part. The force exerted by the seat on
the man is
(A) 500N throughout the journey
(B) less than 500 N throughout the journey
(C) more than 500 N throughout the journey
(D) > 500N for time t1 and t 3 and 500N for t 2 .
50.
A particle of small mass m is joined to a very heavy body by a light string passing over a
light pulley. Both bodies are free to move. The total downward force on the pulley is
(A) mg
(B) 2mg
(C) 4mg
(D) >> mg
51.
52.
53
2g cos
1 2cos 2
g cos
1 2cos 2
Sand
A
A
T
f1
V
A
54.
m
T
(A)
(B)
O
(C)
O
(D)
O
55.
Two identical spheres A and B lie on a smooth horizontal circular groove at opposite ends
of a diameter. A is projected along the groove and at the end of time t, impinges on B. If e
is the coefficient of restitution, the second impact will occur after a time:
(A) 2t/e
(B) t/e
(C) (t)/e
(D) (2t)/e
56.
A stationary pulley carries of rope, one end of which supports a ladder with a man and the
other a counter weight of mass M. The man of mass m climbs up a distance l w.r.t. the
ladder and then stops. The displacement of the centre of mass of this system is:
ml
M m
ml
(C)
M 2m
(A)
ml
2M
ml
(D)
2M m
(B)
57.
58.
In a one dimensional collision between two identical particles A and B, B is stationary and
A has momentum P before impact. During impact B gives an impulse J to A. Then
coefficient of restitution between the two is
2J
1
P
J
(C) 1
P
(A)
2J
1
P
J
(D) 1
P
(B)
59.
A railway flat car, whose mass together with the artillery gun is M, moves at a speed V.
The gun barrel makes an angle with the horizontal. A shell of mass m leaves the barrel at
a speed v, relative to the barrel. The speed of the flat car in order that it may stop after the
firing is:
(A)
mv cos
Mm
mv
Mm
Mv cos
(D)
Mm
(B)
(C) (M + m) v cos
60.
R1
in first two collisions with the ground. Then
R2
(A) a
(B) b
1
e2
61.
A ball rolls down an inclined plane and acquires a velocity vr when it reaches the bottom of
the plane. If the same ball slides without friction rather than rolling from the same height
down an equally inclined smooth plane and acquires a velocity vs, which of the following
statements is/are correct?
(A) vr < vs, because a work is done by the rolling ball against the frictional force.
(B) vr > vs, because the angular velocity makes the rolling ball to travel faster.
(C) vr = vs, because kinetic energy of two balls is same at bottom of planes.
(D) vr < vs, because the rolling ball acquires rotational as well translation KE.
62.
63.
V
V
B m
A disc of radius R rolls without slipping at speed v along positive xaxis. Velocity of point
P at the instant shown in figure is
vr sin vr cos
(A) V P v
j
i
R
R
vr sin vr cos
(B) V P v
j
i
R
R
vr sin vr cos
(C) V P
i
j
R
R
vr sin vr cos
(D) V P
i
j
R
R
64.
A 2m
A uniform rod of mass M and length equal to the radius of the disc
is rotating initially with angular velocity . The disc is in the state
of rest and its mass is 2M. The end of the rod collides elastically
y
P
r
Obstacle
with an obstacle fixed on the disc. After the collision both the rod
and the disc rotate. The rod and the disc can rotate independently
about the common axis of rotation. The rod has to rotate by an angle
90 to collide with the disc for the first time. If the rod collides with
the disc after time T for the first time then after how much time will
it collide again ?
(A) T
(B) 2T
(C) 3T
(D) 4T
65.
66.
67.
4I
I
2R
a
v
M
3v
(B)
2a
(D) zero
68.
In the diagram shown, the string on the LHS is cut. What is the tension
present in the other string immediately after the string in the LHS is
cut ? (No friction). If the rod is uniform and mass of the rod is equal
to the mass of the block = m.
(A) mg/2
(B) 3mg/5
(C) mg/5
(D) mg/3
69.
70.
71.
72
(1)
(2)
v0
O
R
INSECT
(A)
(B)
Time
Time
(C)
(D)
Time
Time
73.
74.
A ball moving horizontally collides with a uniform rod which is free to rotate
about horizontal axis passing through its upper end O. Collision is
instantaneous. For this collision:
(A) angular momentum about O does not remain constant during the collision.
(B) angular momentum about O remains constant but linear momentum must
change.
76.
77.
30
79.
(A)
78.
F/2
String
A
g
(B) 2
hinge
L
3 g
(D)
2 L
45
45
In the diagram shown, the mass of the boards are M and the mass of the uniform disc is also
M. No slipping takes place between the board and the disc. The boards always remain
horizontal. A force is applied horizontally on the upper board. If the work done by this force
is W then what will be velocity of the lower board ?
F
(A) [W/M]1/2
(C) [4W/5M]1/2
80.
(B) [4W/3M]1/2
(D) None of these
The diagram shows a thin uniform semi disc of mass M and radius R. What is the moment
of inertia about the axis of rotation shown ?
60
X
(A) MR2 /3
(C) MR2 /4
81.
(B) MR2
(D) None of these
6g
sin
l
2
3g
(D)
cos
l
2
3g
sin
l
3g
(C)
cos
l
(A)
82.
A uniform rod AB of length l is free to rotate in the vertical plane about a fixed
horizontal axis passing through the end A. It starts rotating from rest from the
vertical position as shown in figure. Its angular velocity after turning through
an angle is:
(B)
The diagram shows thin uniform isosceles rightangled triangular plate. The axis (1) and (2)
lie in the plane of the plate. The moment of inertia with respect to (1) is I1 and the moment
of inertia with respect to (2) is I2. What is the moment of inertia with respect to axis (3),
which lies in the plane of the body and is perpendicular to the axis (1) ?
(2)
(1)
(3)
(A) 2I2 + I1
(C) I2 I1
83.
84.
(B) 2I2 I1
(D) None of these
In the diagram shown, the speed of thread does not slip on the
ground and the sting remains light. IF the end A of the string moves
a distance X with respect to earth then what is the displacement of
the centre of the spool ?
(A) X
(B) RX/r
(C) RX/(R + r)
(D) rX/(R + r)
A
r
R
r
Consider a mass m0 enclosed by a closed imaginatory surface S. Let E be the gravitational
r
field intensity due to m0 at the surface element dS directed as outward normal to it. The
surface integral of the gravitational field over S is
(A)  m 0 G
(B)  4p m 0 G
mG
(C)  0
(D) None of the above
4p
85.
86.
Gravitational potential energy of a uniform sphere of mass M radius R and a uniform rod of
mass m and length R placed along radial line of sphere in the position as shown in figure is
R
2R
87.
A satellite S is moving in an elliptical orbit around the earth. The mass of the satellite is
very small compared to the mass of the earth:
(A) The acceleration of S is always directed towards the centre of the earth.
(B) The angular momentum of S about the centre of the earth changes in direction, but its
magnitude remains constant.
(C) The total mechanical energy of S varies periodically with time.
(D) The linear momentum of S remains constant in magnitude.
88.
89.
r
B
A satellite is revolving round the earth in an orbit of radius r with time period T. If the
satellite is revolving round the earth in an orbit of radius r + r (D r < < r ) with time period
T + T (T << T) then,
DT 3 Dr
(A)
=
T
2 r
DT Dr
(C)
=
T
r
90.
Energy
DT 2 Dr
=
T
3 r
DT
Dr
(D)
=T
r
(B)
If the period of revolution of an artificial satellite just above the earths surface is T and
density of earth , then T2
3p
(A) Is universal constant whose value is
G
3p
(B) Is universal constant whose value is
2G
M
a
(A) 3GM
2a
(C) GM
a
92.
2a
(B) 5GM
2a
(D) 3GM
4a
A double star consists of two stars having mass M and 2M. The distance between their
centre is equal to r. They revolve under their mutual gravitational interaction. Then which
of the following statement is in correct ?
(A) Heavier star revolves in orbit of radius 2r/3.
2
r3/2
2GM
3
(C) Kinetic energy of heavier star is twice of that of the other star.
(D) None of these.
93.
A particle is fired vertically from the surface of the earth with a velocity Kve, where ve is the
escape velocity and K < 1. Neglecting air resistance, the height to which it will rise from
the surface of the earth (R = radius of the earth) is:
K
R
1 K
K2
R
(D)
1 K
(A)
94.
95.
K 1
R
K 1
K2
R
(D)
2
1 K
(B)
Two particles of mass m1 and m2 are initially at rest at infinite distance. Find their velocity
of approach due to gravitational attraction, when their separation is d:
(A)
2G ( m 1 m 2 )
d
(B)
G ( 2m 1 m 2 )
3d
(C)
3G ( 2m 1 m 2 )
d
(D)
G (m1 m 2 )
d
An iron ball of radius 1 m and density 8000 kg/m3 is placed in water. An air bubble of
radius 1 cm is at a distance of 1.5 m from the centre of the ball. Select the correct
alternative
(G = 6.67 10 11 Nm2/Kg2):
(A) Ball will attract the air bubble with a force of 3.7 10 9N
(B) Ball will repel the air bubble with a force of 3.7 106 N
(C) There will be no force between the ball and the bubble.
(D) Ball will repel the bubble with a force of 4.2 109 N.
96.
A thin spherical shell of mass M and radius R has a small hole. A particle
of mass m is released at the mouth of the hole. Then
(A) the particle will execute simple harmonic motion inside the shell
(B) the particle will oscillate inside the shell, but the oscillations are not
simple harmonic.
(C) the particle will not oscillate, but the speed of the particle will go on
increasing
(D) none of these.
97.
Two stars of equal masses m are rotating about their common center of mass at a distance d
apart of angular momentum of each star about center of mass is
(A) m Gmd
(B) m 2Gmd
2
(C) m Gmd
(D) None of these.
98.
99.
100.
(A)
1 k Ag
2 M
(C)
1 k gL2
2
M
1/ 2
1 k Ag
2 M
(D)
1 k Ag
2 Ag
1/ 2
1/ 2
101.
1/ 2
(B)
A block of mass m is suspended by different springs of force constant shown in figure. Let
time period of oscillation in these four positions be T1, T2, T3 and T4. Then
2k
k
k
2k
2k
2k
(i)
(A) T1 = T2 = T4
(C) T1 = T2 = T3
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(B) T1 = T2 and T3 = T4
(D) T1 = T3 and T2 = T4
102.
103.
For the block performing SHM in the accelerated cabin as shown in the figure which of the
following is true
g
R
(D)
g
R
A particle of mass M is executing oscillations about the origin on the xaxis. Its potential
energy is U = Kx2, where K is a positive constant. If the amplitude of oscillation is a,
then its period T is:
(A) proportional to 1/ a
(B) independent of a
(C) proportional to a
(D) proportional to a3/2.
(C)
105.
106.
Three simple harmonic motions in the same direction having the same amplitude a and
same period are superposed. If each differs in phase from the next by 450, then:
108.
The Youngs modulus of brass and steel are respectively 10 10 10 N/m2 and
20 1010 N/m2. A brass wire and a steel wire of the same length are extended by a 1 mm
under the same force, The radii of brass and steel wires are RB and RS respectively. Then:
(A) RS =
2 RB
(C) RS = 4RB
109.
L/2
(B) RS =
RB
2
RB
(D) RS =
4
Time period of small oscillations of a uniform hemispherical shell of radius R and mass m is
(A) 2 2 5R
3g
(C) 2
5R
2g
(B) 2 2 5R
g
(D) 2
5R
3g
110.
A spherical body of radius r is moving in a viscous medium. The terminal speed acquired is
vT. Then
(A) r v T1 / 2
(C) r v 2T
113.
114.
(B) r v1T/ 2
(D) r v T2
mg
2 gh
(D)
2gh
m, A
h
v
mg
A
If 50% volume of cubical ice block is in koil then specific gravity of ice is (Give specific gravity of koil = 0.8)
(A) 0.7
(C) 0.9
115.
mg
2 gh
A
(B)
2gh
(B) 0.8
(D) 1.0
(a) g/2
(c) g
116.
117.
(b) 9/3
(d) None of these
(A)
(B)
t
(C)
118.
Value of capillary rise in the situation as shown in figure is (S surface tension, = 0 contact angle, R radius of capillary)
(A) 2S
rg
(C)
119.
(B)
2S
r a 0 g
2S
r a 0 g
At the bottom of area A on hole is made of area A/3. Volume of liquid flowing out per
second when level of liquid is h above the hole is
h
A/3
(A) A gh
2
9A
(C)
gh
10
120.
(C)
122.
l1 l 2
( l1 l 2 )
1 1
l1 l 2
l
(D)
( l1 l 2 )
(B)
h2
2
h1
Two soap bubbles of radii r1 and r2, (r1 > r2) get attached to each other to have a common
interface. The radius of this interface is
(A) r1 + r2
(B) r1 r2
(C)
123.
Two capillary tubes of same radius r but of lengths l1, l2 are fitted in parallel to the bottom
of a vessel. The pressure head is P. What should be the length of a single tube that can
replace the two tubes so that the rate of flow is same as before?
(A) l1 + l2
121.
(B) A 2gh
3
r1 r2
( r1 r2 )
(D)
r1 r2
( r1 r2 )
A metallic wire of density d floats horizontal in water. The maximum radius of the wire
may not sink, will be (surface tension of water = T)
(A)
2T
dg
(B)
2Tdg
2T
dg
(C)
124.
dg
2T
(D)
Drops of liquid of density d are floating half immersed in a liquid of density . If the
surface tension of liquid is T, then radius of the drop will be
(A)
3T
g ( 2d )
(B)
3T
g ( d )
(C)
6T
g ( 2d )
(D)
6T
g ( d )
125.
A big drop of radius R is broken into 27 equal small drops under isothermal condition.
Work done in the process is (S Surface tension)
(A) 8R 2S
(B) 4R 2S
(C) R 2S
(D) No work is done.
126.
A large number of liquid drops each of radius r coalesce to from a single drop of radius R.
The energy released in the process is converted into the kinetic energy of the big drop so
formed. The speed of the big drop is (given surface tension of liquid is T, density of liquid
is )
(A)
6T 1 1
r R
(B)
4T 1 1
r R
(C)
6T 1 1
r R
(D)
4T 1 1
r R
+q
C
O
N
D
U
C
T
O
R
(A)
(B)
2d
3d
4d
5d
2d
3d
4d
5d
(C)
(D)
O
2d
3d
4d
5d
2d
3d
4d
5d
q
D
I
E
L
E
C
T
R
I
C
2d
3d
4d
5d
128.
b
V
a
(D)
ab
V
ab
129.
130.
A circular ring carries a uniformly distributed positive charge and lies in xy plane with
centre at origin of coordinate system. If at a point (0, 0, z) electric potential is V, which of
the following is/are correct?
v
(A)
(B)
(C)
O
(D)
131.
132.
A thin metallic spherical shell contains a charge Q on its surface. A point charge +q 1 is
placed at the center of the shell and another charge +q 2 is placed outside then the force on q 1
due to q 2 is
q1
q2
+Q
133.
Two identical capacitors 1 and 2 are connected in series to a battery as shown in figure.
Capacitor 2 contains a dielectric slab of dielectric constant k as shown. Q1 and Q2 are the
charges stored in the capacitors. Now the dielectric slab is removed and the corresponding
charge are Q1 and Q2. Then
Q1 ' k 1
Q1
k
Q ' k 1
(C) 2
Q2
2k
Q2' k 1
Q2
2
Q ' k
(D) 1
Q1 2
(A)
(B)
134.
An electric dipole is placed inside a nonuniform electric field, increasing at the rate of
per unit distance, along Zaxis. The dipole can undergo:
(A) rotational motion only.
(B) translational motion along Zaxis only.
(C) a rotational motion as well as a translation motion along Zaxis.
(D) None of these.
135.
Two resistances R1 and R2 are joined as shown in figure to two batteries of emf E1 and E2.
If E2 is short circuited, then current through R1 is
R1
E1
R2
(A) E1/R1
(C) E2/R2
136.
E2
(B) E2/R1
(D) E1/(R1 + R2)
If at a distance r from a positively charged particle, electric field strength, potential and
energy density are E, V and U respectively, which of the following graphs is correct ?
V2
(B)
(A)
O
V2
(C)
(D)
O
137.
(A) 3 m/s
(C) 3/8 m/s2
138.
(B) 3/ms2
(D) 8/3 m/s2
Two metallic spheres of radii a and b are separated by a distance d as shown in figure.
Assuming charge distribution to be uniform, capacity of the system is:
4 0
1 / a 1 / b 2 / d
4 0
(C)
1 / a 1 / b 1 / d
(A)
139.
Q1 Q 2
2C
Q1 Q 2 Q3 Q 4
(C)
2C
141.
142.
143.
144.
(B)
2 0
1 / a 1 / b 1 / d
(D) 4 0(a + b)
In an isolated parallel plate capacitor of capacitance C, the four surface have charges Q1, Q2,
Q3 and Q4 as shown. The potential difference between the plates is
(A)
140.
Q3 Q 4
2C
Q 2 Q3
(D)
2C
(B)
Q2
Q1
R1
Q4
Q3
R2
C
R3
C
r

1
2
3
b
a
(B)
(A)
x
(C)
145.
(D)
In the circuit shown in the figure the switch is closed at t = 0. The current in branch BC and
PQ, after a long time the switch is closed is
1 1f
P
Q
2 B
5 C
1
S
R
T
E=10V
146.
30
(C)
amp and zero
22
The arc AB with the centre C and the infinitely long wire having
linear charge density are lying in the same plane. The minimum
amount of work to be done to move a point charge q 0 from point A
to B through a circular path AB of radius a is equal to:
q2
2
(A) 0 log
2 0
3
q
2
(C) 0 log
2 0
3
147.
q
3
(B) 0 log
2 0
2
q 0
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
2a
(D)
2 0
Two identical particles of charge q each are connected by a massless spring of force
constant k. They are placed over a smooth horizontal surface. They are released when the
separation between them is r and spring is unstretched. If maximum extension of the spring
is r, the value of k is (neglect gravitational effect)
(A)
q
4r
1
0 r
(B)
q
2r
(C)
2q
r
1
0 r
(D)
q
r
1
0 r
1
0 r
148.
E = 190V
3C
A
C
149.
One plate of a capacitor is connected to a spring as shown in figure. Area of both the plates
is A. In steady state separation between the plates is 0.8d (spring was unstretched and the
distance between the plates was d when the capacitor was uncharged). The force constant
of the spring is approximately
4 0 AE 2
d3
6 E 2
(C) 0 3
Ad
2 0 AE
d2
AE 3
(D) 0 3
2d
(A)
150.
B
3C
(B)
In the circuit shown in figure, all wires have equal resistance r. The equivalent resistance
C
between A and B is
3r
5
7r
(C)
5
2r
7
3r
(D)
4
(A)
(B)
E
B
D
F
A
151.
A
1
12V
B
2
C
6V
3
D
152.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
t
E
v
153.
An electric dipole is placed at center of sphere. Which of the following option are correct.
(i)
flux of electric field through sphere is zero.
(ii)
electric field is zero at every point of sphere.
(iii)
electric field is nonzero any where on sphere
(iv)
electric field is zero on a circle on sphere
(A) only (i)
(B) only (ii)
(C) only (i) and (iii)
(D) all are correct
154.
C
2a
a
4a
A
E
20V
155.
5V
2
S
156.
157.
EL 2
R (L 1 L 2 )
EL 2
R L1L 2
(B) i1 =
(D) i2 =
L1
i1
EL 1
R (L 1 L 2 )
L2
i2
E L1L 2
R
E
RL 2
S
E1 = 10V
r1 = 1
158.
G
E2 = 5V
r2 = 2
159.
In the circuit shown in figure C1 = 1F and C2 = 2F. Capacitor C1 is charged to 100V and
C2 is charged to 20 V. After charging they are connected as shown. When the switches S1,
S2 and S3 all are closed
C2
C1
(A) no charge will flow through S2
S2
+
+
(B) 80C charge will flow through S1
20V S
100V
3
S1
(C) 40 C charge will flow through S2
(D) 60 C charge will flow through S3
160.
The metal plate on the left in figure carries a charge +q. The metal
plate on the right has a charge of 2q. What charge will flow
through S when it is closed, if central plate is initially neutral
(A) zero
(B) q
(C) +q
(D) +2q
2q
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
161.
12V, 4
P Q
8V, 16
162.
163.
L1
L2
2V
4V
4V
3
A
164.
L3
A current is uniformly distributed over the cross section of a long hollow cylindrical wire of
inner radius R1 and outer radius R2. Magnetic field B varies with distance r from the axis of
the cylinder as
B
(A)
(B)
r
(C)
(D)
165.
Two identical coaxial circular loops carry a current i, each circulating in same directions. If
the loops approach each other then
(A) current in each will increase
(B) current in each will decrease
(C) current in each will remain same
(D) current in one will decrease and in other will increase
166.
(A) i 3k Am2
(C) 3i k Am2
(B) (j k ) Am2
(D) j k Am2
i =1/2 A
A
300
x
D
167.
A conducting ring of mass 2 kg and radius 0.5 m is placed on a smooth horizontal plane.
The ring carries a current i = 4 A. A horizontal magnetic field B = 10
T
is
switched
on
at
time
168.
are
B0
v
2 v 0 v 0
(A) 0 ,
,
2 B 0 B 0 B 0
2v 0 v 0
(C) 0,
,
B 0 2B 0
169.
171.
v0
2v 0
, 0,
B0
B0
(D)
The length of thin wire required to manufacture a solenoid of length l and self inductance L
if crosssectional area is negligibly small will be
2lL
4lL
(A)
(B)
0
0
(C)
170.
v0
,0, 0
2B 0
(B)
8lL
0
(D)
6lL
0
The lorentz
force
acting
on
a
charge
q
in
an
electric
field
E
and
magnetic
field
B
will be
(A) qE q(v B)
(B) qE
(C) q(v B)
(D) qE q(v B)
Two parallel straight rails of negligible resistance are l apart. At one end they are connected
with each other by a resistanceless wire as shown in figure. A uniform magnetic field of
induction B exists in the space, normal to the plane of rails. An isosceles right angled
triangle abc, made of a uniform wire of resistance per unit length slides along rails with
constant velocity v. Force required to pull it, is:
(A)
(C)
B 2 lv( 2 1 )
(B)
B 2 lv 2
173.
v
c
+
f

1f
S
The diagram shows a solenoid carrying time varying current I = I0t. On the axis of this
solenoid a ring has been placed. The mutual inductance of the ring and the solenoid is M
and the self inductance of the ring is L. If the resistance of the ring is R then the maximum
current which can flow through the ring is equal to
(B) MI0/R
(D) (M + L) I0/R
A circular coil is in yz plane with centre at origin. The coil is carrying a constant current.
Assuming direction of magnetic field at x = 25 cm to be positive direction of magnetic
filed, which of the following graphs shows variation of magnetic field along xaxis?
B
(A)
(B)
(C)
175.
( 2 1 )
B 2 lv
(D)
( 2 1 )
172.
B 2 lv
(D)
( 2 1) 0 I
4 R
( 2 1) 0 I
4 2 R
(B)
(D)
( 2 1) 0 I
4R
( 2 1) 0 I
2 2 R
P
R
45
I
176.
On a V shaped conducting wire of zero resistance, a rod having resistance per unit length K
is being moved with constant velocity V. The current I flowing will be equal to
(C)
(D)
b
a
(A)
(B)
i
179.
(A)
178.
2l 2
3
l 3
(D)
6
(B)
180.
181.
182.
y
i
450
A3
A1
A6
Z
A4
A5
A2
The radius of A3, A4 and A1 A2 is 1m.
In the loop shown in the figure, a time varying magnetic field B = (B0t) is passing. The
cross sectional area of each part of the loop is shown in the figure. The total resistance of
loop is R. The current flowing in the loop is equal to
Direction of magnetic field
A1
183.
A2
A3
(A) B0 (A1 + A 2 + A3 )/ R
(B) B0 (A1  A 2 + A3 )/ R
(C) B0 (A1 + A 2  A3 )/ R
(D) B0 (A1  A 2  A3 )/ R
Two wires AO and OC carry equal currents i as shown in figure. One end of both the wire
extends to infinity. Angle AOC is . The magnitude of magnetic field at a point P on the
bisector of these two wires at a distance r from point O is
A
(A)
0i
cot
2r
2
1 cos
i
2
(C) 0
2 r
sin
2
(B)
0i
cot
4r
2
r
O
(D) 0 sin
4 r 2
184.
An AC source is rated 220 V, 50 Hz. The average voltage is calculated in a time interval of
0.01 s. It
(A) Must be zero
(B) May be zero
(C) Is never zero
(D) Is (220/ 2 ) V
185.
186.
In an LR circuit connected to a battery the rate at which energy is stored in the inductor is
plotted against time during the growth of current in the circuit. Which of the following best
represents the resulting curve?
Rate
Rate
(A)
(B)
time
time
Rate
Rate
(C)
(D)
time
time
187.
188.
J
20V
The diagram shows two identical point charges +Q. What is the electric flux passing
through an imaginary circular cross section situated coaxially ?
Radius = R
+Q
+Q
(D) Zero
The diagram shows an infinite line charge surrounded by a coaxial infinitely large
conducting cylindrical shell. The inner shell is R. The electric lines are cylindrical radial.
The line charge density is . What is the surface charge density induced on the inner
surface?
LINE CHARGE
(A)  l / 2R
(C)  l / R
(B)  l / 2p R
(D) None
190.
Strength of induced electric field varies with distance r (from axis of the
cylindrical region) according to graph:
B
(C)
(D)
A straight rod of length l is rotating about an axis passing through O, as shown in figure. In
the space, a uniform magnetic field of induction B exists normal to the axis of rotation.
Potential difference between ends a and b is equal to:
8
Bl 2
25
3
(C)
Bl 2
10
(A)
(B)
l/5
7
Bl 2
25
4l/5
b
Q
(D) zero
V1
194.
(B)
O
193.
(A)
191.
2V1
Earth
(D) None
R1
i3
R3
i1
E
R2
i2
Uniform electric field E has been applied in the +X direction. If a charge system has initial
state and final states as mentioned then what is the work done by the external agent in
converting the initial state to the final state ?
Each line charge has length L.
(A)  El L2 / 2
(C) EL2
(B) + El L2 / 2
(D) zero
195.
R
C
r
Sw
196.
197.
A coil has an inductance of 0.7 Henry and is joined in series with a resistance of 220 .
When an alternating e.m.f. of 220 volts at 50 c.p.s., is applied to it, then the wattles
component of the current in the circuit is
(A) 5 amp.
(B) 0.5 amp
(C) 0.7 amp
(D) 7 amp
198.
In a circuit containing an inductance of zero resistance, the current lags behind the applied
AC voltage by phase angle equal to:
(A) 90 0
(B) 45 0
0
(C) 30
(D) 00
199.
The diagram shows the three infinitely long coaxial conducting cylindrical shells. The
potential of the inner most and the outer most shell is same. If s 1 and s 2 are surface charge
densities on the inner and the outer surface of the middle shell then what is the value of
s 1/s 2 ?
a
b
c
(A) ln(c/a)
(C) ln(ac/b2)
200.
(B) ln(c/b)/ln(b/a)
(D) None
400V
400V
R = 50
A
100V, 50 Hz
Two ends of a conducting rod of varying crosssection are maintained at 200 0C and 0 0C
respectively. In steady state
(A) temperature difference across AB and CD are equal
(B) temperature difference across AB is greater than that of across
CD
A
B C
D
(C) temperature difference across AB is less than that of across CD
(D) temperature difference may be equal or different depending on
00 C
x
the thermal conductivity of the rod.
x
0
200 C
202.
t1
t2
L1
L2
203.
204.
A uniform solid brass sphere is rotating with angular speed 0 about a diameter. If its
temperature is now increased by 100 0C. What will be its new angular speed.
[Given = brass = 2 10 5 per 0C]
(A) 1.1 0
(B) 1.010
(C) 0.996 0
(D) 0.824 0
205.
Two identical containers A and B with frictionless pistons contain the same ideal gas at the
same temperature and the same volume V. The mass of gas in A is m A and that in B is mB.
The gas in each cylinder is now allowed to expand isothermally to the same final volume
2V. The change in pressure in A and B are found to be P and 1.5 P respectively. Then
(A) 4mA = 9mB
(B) 2mA = 3mA
(C) 3mA = 2mB
(D) 9mA = 4mB
206.
207.
208.
Two moles of helium are mixed with n moles of hydrogen. The root mean square (rms)
speed of the gas molecules in the mixture is 2 times the speed of sound in the mixture.
Then value of n is
(A) 1
(B) 3
(C) 2
(D) 3/2
209.
A cylindrical tube of uniform crosssectional area A is fitted with two air tight frictionless
pistons. The pistons are connected to each other by a
metallic wire. Initially the pressure of the gas is P0 and
wire
temperature is T0. Atmospheric pressure is also P0. Now
the temperature of the gas is increased to 2T0, the tension
in the wire will be
(A) 2P0A
(B) P0A
(C)
P0 A
2
(D) 4P0A
210.
An ideal gas ( = 1.5) is expanded adiabatically. How many times has the gas to be
expanded to reduce the root mean square velocity of molecules 2 times
(A) 4 times
(B) 16 times
(C) 8 times
(D) 2 Times
211.
P
D
2P0
P0
V0
212.
213.
3V0
2V0
The figure shows two paths for the change of state of a gas from A to
B. The ratio of molar heat capacities in path 1 and 2 is
(A) >1
(B) < 1
(C) 1
(D) Data is insufficient.
P
2
B
A
1
214.
Three rods of identical crosssectional area and made from the same metal form the sides of
an isosceles triangle ABC right angled at B. The points A and B are maintained at
temperatures T and 2 T respectively in the steady state. Assuming that only heat
conduction takes place temperature of point C will be
A
(A)
(C)
3T
2 1
T
3 ( 2 1)
(B)
(D)
T
2 1
T
2 1
215.
Six identical conducting rods are joined as shown in figure. Points A and D are maintained
at temperatures 200 0C and 200C respectively. The
temperature of junction B will be
(A) 1200C
A
D
B
C
(B) 1000C
200C
2000 C
(C) 1400C
(D) 80 0C
216.
The relation between U, P and V for an ideal gas is U = 2 + 3PV. The gas is
(A) monoatomic
(B) diatomic
(C) polyatomic
(D) either a monoatomic or diatomic
217.
P
3P0
2P0
(D) zero
P0
A
V0
218.
2V0
Certain amount of an ideal gas are contained in a closed vessel. The vessel is moving with a
constant velocity v. The molecular mass of gas is M. The rise in temperature of the gas
when the vessel is suddenly stopped is ( = CP/CV)
(A)
Mv 2
2R ( 1)
(B)
Mv 2 ( 1)
2R
(C)
Mv 2
2 R
(D)
Mv 2
2R ( 1)
219.
Unit mass of a liquid of volume V1 completely turns into a gas of volume V2 at constant
atmospheric pressure P0 and temperature T. The latent heat of vaporization is L. Then the
change in internal energy of the gas is
(A) L
(B) L + P(V2 V1)
(C) L P(V2 V1)
(D) zero
220.
A solid whose volume does not change with temperature floats in a liquid. For two different
temperatures t1 0C and t2 0C of the liquid, fractions f1 and f2 of the volume of solid remain
submerged in the liquid. The coefficient of volume expansion of the liquid is equal to
f f
f f
(A) 1 2
(B) 1 2
f 2 t1 f1t 2
f1t1 f 2 t 2
f f
f f
(C) 1 2
(D) 1 2
f 2 t1 f1t 2
f1t1 f 2 t 2
221.
(B)
(A)
P
A
(C)
(D)
222.
223.
224.
When an ideal diatomic gas is heated at constant pressure, the fraction of the heat energy
supplied which increases the internal energy of gas is
(A) 2/5
(B) 3/5
(C) 3/7
(D) 5/7
Two identical square rods of metal are welded end to
end as shown in figure (a), 20 cal of heat flows through
it in 4 minutes. If the rods are welded as shown in the
figure (b), the same amount of heat will flow through
the rod in:
(A) 16 min
(B) 12 min
(C) 4 min
(D) 1 min
(a)
(b)
P (atm)
C
B
225.
226.
K2
K1
A
V (lt)
K5
K3
K4
One end of a uniform rod of length 1 m is placed in boiling water while its other end is
placed in melting ice. A point P on the rod is maintained at a constant temperature of
800 0C. The mass of steam produced per second is equal to the mass of ice melted per
second. If specific latent heat of steam is 7 times the specific latent heat of ice, the distance
of P from the steam chamber must be
1
1
(A) m
(B) m
7
8
1
1
(C) m
(D)
m
9
10
Two wave pulse (The shape of one being inverted with respect to the other) travel in
opposite direction on a string to approach other. What will happen to them ?
(A) They will collide and vanish after collision
(B) The pulse will pass through each other without any change in their shape
(C) the pulses will reflect, that is the pulse going towards right will move to left after
collision and viceversa.
(D) The pulses will pass through each other but their shapes will be modified.
228.
In a standing wave pattern obtained in a tube filled with iodine, due to vibrations of
frequency 800 cycle/sec, the distance between eleven consecutive nodes is found to be 1m,
when the temperature of iodine vapours is 3520C. If the temperature is 127 0C, the distance
between consecutive nodes is :
(A) 0.08 m
(B) 0.072 m
127
(C) 1.25 m
(D)
0.1m
352
229.
f 0 l
l
4 f 0 l
(D)
l
(A)
230.
(B)
An observer starts moving with uniform acceleration towards a stationary sound source,
emitting a whistle of frequency f. As the observer approaches source, the apparent
frequency f heard by the observer varies with time as:
f
(A)
(B)
(C)
231.
(D)
f
O
An open and a closed pipe have same length. The ratio of frequencies of their nth overtone
is
n 1
2n 1
n
(C)
2n 1
(A)
2( n 1)
2n 1
n 1
(D)
2n
(B)
232.
Two waves are propogating along a taut string that coincides with the xaxis. The first
wave has the wave function y1 = A cos[k(x vt)] and the second has the wave function
y = A cos [k(x + vt) + ]:
(A) For constructive interference at x = 0, = .
(B) For constructive interference at x = 0, = 3.
(C) For destructive interference at x = 0, = .
(D) For destructive interference at x = 0, = 2
233.
Oxygen is 16 times heavier than hydrogen. Equal volumes of hydrogen and oxygen are
mixed. The ratio of the velocity of sound in the mixture to that in oxygen is:
(A)
(C)
234.
1
8
17
32
(B)
32
17
(D)
A vibrating tuning fork of frequency n is placed near the open end of a long cylindrical
tube. The tube has a side opening and is also fitted with a movable reflecting piston. As the
piston is moved through 8.75 cm, the intensity of sound changes from a maximum to
minimum. If the speed of sound is 350 metre per second, then n is:
(A) 500 Hz
(B) 1000 Hz
(C) 2000 Hz
(D) 4000 Hz
Ear
235.
Plane simple harmonic progressive waves of wavelengths 120 cm and speed 34800 cm/sec
are incident normally on a plane surface which is a perfect reflector of sound. Stationary
waves are formed. The ratio of amplitudes of vibrations at points distant (i) 10 cm (ii) 30
cm from the reflector is :
(A) 1 : 2
(B) 1 : 0
(C) 1 : 1
(D) 1 : 4
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x2 = A sin t 0.1x 
2
(A) 2A cos
4
(C) 2A cos
2
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(B) A 2 cos / 2
(D) A 2 1 cos
4
(A)
2k1
k1 k 2
(B)
(C)
k1 k 2
k1 k 2
(D)
2k 2
k1 k 2
k1 k 2
k1 k 2
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A string of length 0.4 m and mass 102 kg is tightly clamped at the ends. The tension in the
string is 1.6 N. Identical wave pulses are produced at one end at equal intervals of time t.
The minimum value of t which allows constructive interference between successive pulses
is:
(A) 0.05 sec
(B) 0.10 sec
(C) 0.20 sec
(D) 0.40 sec.
239.
An open organ pipe of length l is sounded together with another open organ pipe of length l
+ x in their fundamental tones. Speed of sound in air is v. The beat frequency heard will be
(x << l )
vl 2
vx
(A) 2
(B) 2
4l
4l
vx 2
vx
(C) 2
(D)
2l
2l
240.
When a source of sound of frequency f crosses a stationary observer with a speed vs (<<
speed of sound v), the apparent change in frequency f is given by
2fv s
v
2fv
(C)
vs
(A)
(B) 2fvvs
(D)
fv s
v
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When two tuning forks A and B are sounded together, x beats/sec are heard. Frequency of
A is n. Now when one prong of fork B is loaded with a little wax, the number of beats/sec
decreases. The frequency of fork B is:
(A) n + x
(B) n x
2
(C) n x
(D) n 2x
242.
A source of sound of frequency 256 Hz is moving towards a wall with a velocity of 5 m/s.
The velocity of sound is 330 /ms. The number of beats heard by an observer moving along
with the sound object is:
330
256 330
(A) 256
256
(B) 256
325
335
256 330 256 330
335
(C)
(D) 256
256
325
325
325
243.
Two sound sources are moving in opposite directions with velocities v1 and v2 (v1 > v2).
Both are moving away from a stationary observer. The frequency of both the sources is
900 Hz. What is the value of v1 v2 so that the beat frequency observed by the observer is
6 Hz? Speed of sound v = 300 m/s. Given that v1 and v2 << v:
(A) 1 m/s
(B) 2 m/s
(C) 3 m/s
(D) 4 m/s
OPTICS
244.
A ray of light makes an angle of 100 with the horizontal and strikes a plane mirror which is
inclined at an angle to the horizontal. The angle for which the reflected ray becomes
vertical, is:
(A) 40 0
(B) 80 0
0
0
(C) 40 or 50
(D) 80 0 or 1000
245.
A glass plate of refractive index 1.5 is coated with a thin layer of thickness t and refractive
index 1.8. Light of wavelength traveling in air is incident normally on the layer. It is
partly reflected at the upper and lower surfaces of the layer and the two reflected rays
interfere. If = 648 nm, the least value of t for which the rays interfere constructively is
(A) 90nm
(B) 45 nm
(C) 180 nm
(D) 60 nm
246.
A point object is placed midway between two plane mirrors distance a apart. The plane
mirror form an infinite number of images due to multitude reflections. The distance
between the nth order images formed in the two mirrors is:
(A) na
(B) 2na
(C) na/2
(D) n2a
247.
The image of point P when viewed from top of the slabs will be
(A) 2.0 cm above P
(B) 1.5 cm above P
(C) 2.0 cm below P
(D) 1 cm above P
= 1.5
1.5cm
1.5cm
= 1.5
1.5cm
2cm
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249.
When an object lies at the focus of a concave mirror, the position of the image formed and
its magnification are respectively:
(A) Infinity and zero
(B) Centre of curvature and infinity.
(C) infinity and infinity.
(D) infinity and unity.
250.
251.
252.
O
20cm
(A) 10 cm
(C) 20 cm
(B) 40 cm
(D) final image can never coincide with the
object in the given conditions
253.
A monochromatic beam of light falls on YDSE apparatus at some angle (say ) as shown in
figure. A thin sheet of glass is inserted in front of the lower slit s2. The central bright fringe
(path difference = 0) will be obtained
(A) at O
S1
(B) above O
O
(C) below O
S2
(D) anywhere depending on angle , thickness of plate t and
refractive index of glass
254.
255.
The refracting angle of prism is A and refractive index of material of prism is cot(A/2). The
angle of minimum deviation will be:
(A) (1800 3A)
(B) (1800 + 2A)
(C) (900 A)
(D) (1800 2A)
256.
A bulb is placed at a depth of 2 7 m in water and a floating opaque disc is placed over the
bulb so that the bulb is not visible from the surface. The radius of the disc should be atleast:
(A) 42 m
(B) 6 m
(D) 2 7 m
(D) 12 m
257.
Two coherent monochromatic light beams of intensities I and 4I are superposed. The
maximum and minimum possible intensities in the resulting beam are:
(A) 5I and I
(B) 5I and 3I
(C) 9I and I
(D) 9I and 3I
258.
259.
I
1
A concave mirror of focal length f produces an images n times the size of the object. If the
image is real, then the distance of the object from the mirror is:
(A) (n 1)f
n 1
f
n
(C)
n 1
f
n
(B)
(D) (n + 1)f
260.
Two concave lenses L1 and L2 are kept in contact with each other. If the space between the
two lenses is filled with a material of refractive index = 1, the magnitude of the focal
length of combination:
(A) becomes unidentified
(B) remains unchanged.
(C) increases.
(D) decreases.
261.
When an object lies at the focus of a concave mirror, the position of the image formed and
its magnification are respectively:
(A) Infinity and zero
(B) Centre of curvature and infinity
(C) Infinity and infinity.
(D) Infinity and unity.
262.
Medium I(1)
Medium III(3)
G
Medium II(2)
263.
A slit of width d is placed in front of a lens of local length 0.5 m and is illuminated
normally with light of wavelength 5.89 107 m. The first diffraction minima on either side
of the central diffraction maximum are separated by 2 10 3 m. The width d of the slit is :
(A) 0.145 mm
(B) 0.2 mm
(C) 0.29 mm
(D) 2.9 mm
264.
265.
266.
40
In a double slit experiment, the distance between the slits is d. The screen is at the distance
D from slits. If a bright fringe is formed opposite to a slit on the screen, the order of the
fringe is :
d2
2 D
(A)
(B) 2
2D
d
d
2d
(C)
(D)
D
D
A beam of width t is incident at 450 on an airwater boundary. The width of the beam in
water is:
(A) ( 1)t
(B) t
(C)
2 2 1
(D)
2 1
267.
A
900
900
90
268.
A thin prism P, with angle 4 0 and made from glass of refractive index 1.54 combined with
another thin prism P2 made from glass of refractive index 1.72 to produce dispersion
without deviation. The angle of the prism P2 is:
(A) 5.350
(B) 40
0
(C) 3
(D) 2.60
269.
In a Youngs double slit experiment light rays of two different wavelengths are used in turn,
without different wave lengths are used in turn, without changing distance between the slits
and the distance between the screen from the slits. If the ratio of width of the third bands
for the two rays is 7. What is the ratio of the corresponding wavelengths?
(A) 1/7
(B) 7
(C) 1/ 7
(D) 7
270.
A planoconvex lens fits exactly into a planoconcave lens. Their plane surface are parallel
to each other. If the lenses are made of different materials of refractive indices 1 and 2
are R is the radius of curvature of the curved surface of the lenses, then focal length of the
combination is
271.
(A)
R
1 2
(B)
2R
2 1
(C)
R
2( 1 2 )
(D)
R
2 ( 1 2 )
A lens is placed between a source of light and wall. It forms images of area A1 and A2 on
the wall for its two different positions. The area of the source was:
(A)
(C)
A1
2A 2
A1A 2
(B)
A1 A 2
A1 A 2
A A2
(D) 1
272.
In Youngs double slit arrangement, water is filled in the space between screen and slits.
Then:
(A) fringe pattern shifts upwards but fringe width remains unchanged.
(B) fringe width decreases and central bright fringe shifts upwards.
(C) fringe width increase and central bright fringe does not shift.
(D) fringe width decreases and central bright fringe does not shift.
273.
A slit of width 1.2 mm is used as a source to illuminate two point sources 0.1 mm apart on
an opaque screen. The maximum permissible distance between the slit source and the
screen for coherence is ( 6000A 0 ):
(A) 10 cm
(B) 20 cm
(C) 25 cm
(D) 30 cm
274.
A beam of light consisting of two wave lengths 650 nm and 520 nm is used to illuminate the
slits of a Youngs double slit experiment. Then the order of the bright fringe of the longer
wavelength, that coincides with a bright fringe of the shorter wavelength at the least
distance from the central maximum, is
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
275.
Yellow light is used in a single slit diffraction experiment with slit width of 0.6 mm. If
yellow light is replaced by xrays then the observed pattern will reveal :
(A) that the central maxima is narrower.
(B) more number of fringes.
(C) less number of fringes.
(D) no diffraction pattern.
276.
White light is used to illuminate the slits in Youngs double slit experiment. The separation
between the slits is b and the screen is at distance d (>> b) from the slits. At a point on the
screen in front of one of the slits, certain wavelengths are missing. Some of these missing
wavelengths are
b2
2b 2
(A)
(B)
d
d
2
b
2b 2
(C)
(D)
4d
3d
277.
In a Youngs double slit interference experiment, the fringe pattern is observed on a screen
placed at a distance D. The slits are separated by d and are illuminated by light of
wavelength . The distance from the central point, where the intensity falls to half the
maximum is :
D
D
(A)
(B)
3d
2d
D
D
(C)
(D)
d
4d
MODERN PHYSICS
278.
The activity of a radioactive substance is R1 at time t1 and R2 at time t2 (> t1). Its decay
constant is . Then
(A) R1t1 = R2t2
(B) R2 = R1 e ( t t )
1
(C)
279.
R1 R 2
= constant
t 2 t1
(D) R2 = R1 e ( t
t1 )
y1
(B)
(A)
O
(C)
280.
t(s)
y1
y1
t(s)
(D)
O
t(s)
t(s)
R (R 1)
(B)
(R 1)
R
(C)
R
R 1
(D)
(R 1)
(R = Rydberg constant)
281.
In Xray tube when the accelerating voltage V is halved, the difference between the
wavelengths of K line and minimum wavelength of continuous Xray spectrum
(A) remains constant
(B) becomes more than two times
(C) becomes half
(D) becomes less than two times
282.
The activities of three lumps of a radioactive substance are in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3 at any
future date the ratio of their activities will be
(A) 3 : 2 : 1
(B) 12 : 2 2 : 32
(C) 32 : 22 :12
(D) 1: 2 : 3 .
283.
284.
A neutron collides headon with a stationary hydrogen atom in ground state. Which of the
following statement is correct?
(A) If kinetic energy of the neutron is less than 13.6eV, collision must be elastic.
(B) If kinetic energy of the neutron is less than 13.6eV, collision may be inelastic.
(C) Inelastic collision may take place only when initial kinetic energy of neutron is greater
than 13.6eV.
(D) Perfectly inelastic collision cannot take place.
285.
The de Broglie wavelength of a proton whose kinetic energy is equal to the rest energy of an
electron is
(A) 4 104
(B) 4 105
3
(C) 4 10
(D) 4 102 .
286.
287.
Cut off wavelength when the potential difference applied to the Xray tube is V is
1240
V
124000
(C)
(A)
(B)
12400
288.
If in a certain fission process the mass lass is 0.1 %. Then energy liberated in kilowatt by
the fission of 1 kg of substance is
(A) 5 1012 Kwh
(B) 10 1012 Kwh
(C) 2.5 1012 Kwh
(D) none of these.
289.
The binding energy per nucleon for deutron (1H2) and helium (2He4) are 1.1 MeV and 7.0
MeV respectively. The energy released when two deutrons fuse to form a helium nucleus
(2He4) is :
(A) 28 MeV
(B) 2.2 MeV
(C) 23.6 MeV
(D) 18.6 MeV
290.
291.
1 3
2
(D) 3 =
1 2
Let 1 be the frequency of the series limit of the Lyman series, 2 be the frequency of the
first line of the Lyman series and 3 be the frequency of the series limit of the Balmer series
(A) 1 2 3
(B) 2 1 3
1
2
(C) 3 1 2
(D) 3 ( 1 2 ) .
292.
The potential difference applied across an Xray tube is 15 kV and the current through it is
2/mA. The number of electrons striking the target per second are
(A) 2.5 1016 s 1
(B) 5 1016 s 1
(C) 1.25 1016 s 1
(D) 3.75 1016 s 1 .
293.
Ny
Nx Ny
y
x y
(B)
Nx
x
Nx Ny x y
294.
295.
When an electron in the hydrogen atom in ground state absorbs a photon of energy 8 eV, its
angular momentum
(A) increase
(B) decrease
(C) may increase or decrease
(D) remains same.
296.
Select the incorrect statement. 92 U 235 is active. Then in large quantity of the element
(A) the probability of a nucleus disintegrating during one second remains constant all time
(B) quite an appreciable quantity of U 235 will remain even after the average life
(C) the energy of the emitted ' ' particle is less than the disintegration energy of the U 235
nucleus
(D) every nucleus must disintegrate by the lapse of the average life of the population.
In a particular system, the units of length, mass and time are chosen to be 10 cm, 10g and
0.1 s respectively. The unit of force in this system will be equivalent to:
(A) 0.1 N
(B) 1 N
(C) 10 N
(D) 100 N
298.
The radius of a circle is stated as 2.12 cm. Its area should be written as
(A) 14 cm2
(B) 14.1 cm2
(C) 14.11 cm2
(D) 14.1124 cm2
299.
A body travels uniformly a distance of (138 0.2)m in a time (4.0 0.3)s. The velocity of
the body within error limits is
(A) (3.45 0.1)ms1
(B) (3.45 0.3)ms1
(C) (3.45 0.4)ms1
(D) (3.45 0.5)ms1
300.
A quantity X is given by 0 L
V
, where 0 is the permittivity of free space, L is a length,
t
V is a potential difference and t is a time interval. The dimensional formula for X is the
same as that of :
(A) resistance
(B) charge
(C) voltage
(D) current
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