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G.C.E. Advanced level Practice Test -2010

Physics I

Time 2 hours

Grade 13

Important:

Answer all the questions

In each of the questions 1 to 60, pick one of the alternatives from (1) (2),(3),(4),(5) which

is correct or most appropriate and mark your response on the answer sheet with a (x) on

the number of the correct option in accordance with the instructions given in the answer

sheet.

(g =10 N kg-1)

1. The force F acting on a particle at time t is given by F = A sin ( xt + ). The ratio A/x

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

has no dimensions

has the dimension of force

has the dimension of momentum

has the dimension of pressure

has the dimension of energy

2. Frequencies of micro waves, radio waves, blue light, ultra-violet light and gamma-rays are

fm, fr, fb, fu and fg respectively. Which of the following is the correct sequence of

electromagnetic waves in order of increasing frequency?

(1) fm, fr, fb, fu , fg (2) fm, fb, fr, fg , fu (3) fr, fm, fb, fu , fg (4) fg, fu, fb, fm , fr (5) fr, fu, fb, fg , fm

3. Which one of the following graphs correctly shows the relationship between the gravitational

force F between two masses and their separation r?

F

r

(1)

1/r

(2)

r2

0

(3)

1/r2 0

0

(4)

1/r2

(5)

2

4. The diameter of a wire is measured by a micrometer screw gauge in which the pitch of the

screw is 0.5 mm and the circular scale has 50 divisions. The reading is shown in the figure.

The reading is

(1) 2.17 mm (2) 2.67 mm (3) 2.73 mm

0

20

(4) 2.23 mm (5) 2.33 mm

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5. A child immersed his index finger of the left hand in a vessel filled with water at 00C and the

index finger of the right hand in a vessel filled with water at 500C water. After a few minutes

he took out both fingers and immediately immersed them in a vessel filled with water at 370C

( normal body temperature) .

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

The left hand finger feels the water warmer than the right hand finger.

The right hand finger feels the water warmer than the left hand finger.

Both fingers will feel the water neither cold nor warm.

Both fingers will feel the water warm.

Both fingers will feel the water cold.

50 N and vertical forces are applied on the box in different situations as shown below. In

which of the situations is the acceleration greatest?

10 N

50 N

(1)

10 N

50 N

(2)

5N

50 N

(3)

50 N

(4)

60

20

30

The power dissipated in the system is

(1) 360 W (2) 180 W

(3) 110 W

(4) 130 W

5N

(5) 240 W

50 N

(5)

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8. The volume rate of flow of a viscous liquid in a horizontal pipe for a laminar flow is

(A) directly proportional to the pressure gradient along the pipe.

(B) directly proportional to the square of the diameter of the tube.

(C) inversely proportional to the coefficient of viscosity of the liquid

Which of the above statements are true?

(1) A and B only (2) B and C only (3) A and C only (4) All A, B and C (5) A only

9. Listed below are five isotopes of Uranium.

(1)

(2)

234

(3)

235

92

92

92

(4)

236

(5)

236

92

237

92

After two successive decay processes, involving emission of an alpha and a beta (-) particle

respectively leaves 234

as the decay product.

Pa

91

Which of the above isotopes undergo this decay?

10. A ray of light passes through a diverging glass lens placed in air. Which of the following ray

diagrams is not correct?

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

of this nucleus is

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12. The displacement (s)- time (t) graphs for two runners P and Q in a 100 m race are shown

below.

s/m

100

10 10.5

t/s

(A) At time t = 0, velocity of P > velocity of Q

(B) At time t = 10 s, velocity of Q > velocity of P

(C) At the instant when the velocity of Q is equal to that of P, Q has traveled a longer

distance than P

Which of the above statements are true?

(1) A only (2) B only (3) A and B only (4) A and C only (5) B and C only

13. A piece of metal of mass 80 g and specific heat capacity 125 J kg-1K-1 at a temperature

1000C is put into 100 g of water of specific heat capacity 4200 J kg-1K-1 . The final

maximum temperature of water is 370C. The initial temperature of water is

(1) 34.00C

14. A particle of mass 0.2 kg moves with simple harmonic motion of amplitude 2 x 10-2m. If

the total energy of the particle is 4 x 10-5J, what is the time period of motion?

(1) /8 seconds (2) /4 seconds (3) /2 seconds (4) seconds (5) 2 seconds

15. A uniform solid sphere and a uniform solid cylinder are released from rest from the top of

an inclined plane. They roll down the plane without slipping.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

The cylinder will reach the bottom of the plane before the sphere

The sphere will reach the bottom of the plane before the cylinder

Nothing can be predicted without knowing the moment of inertia of the two bodies

Nothing can be predicted without knowing the radii of the two bodies

Nothing can be predicted without knowing the density of the two bodies

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16. The diagram shows the variation of pressure P with volume V for a sample of an ideal gas

when following a series of changes.

P

A

2P0

P0

0

V0

2V0

The internal energy of the gas is the same at

(1) A, B and C

(1) N m A-1 (2) Wb (3) T m2 (4) V s (5) J A

18.

The total normal electric flux through the faces

ABFE, ABCD and CBFG are respectively

A

+q D

B

C

E

G

(5) q / 20 ,0 , q / 0

19. An electric motor is set up as shown, so that magnetic field is perpendicular to the plane of

the coil.

S

N

When the current is supplied, the coil does not turn. Which of the following is required for the

coil to start turning?

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(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

The direction of the current must be reversed

The magnitude of the current must be increased

The starting position of the coil must be changed

The direction of the magnetic field must be reversed

20. In the given circuit the readings of the voltmeters V1 and V2 are 4.5 V and 2.0 V respectively.

V1

E =5 V

3

V2

8

R1

(1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 5 (4) 6 (5) 7

21.

AB is a uniform telephone wire of length l. There is a fault in the wire due to earthing at

point C. To detect it, the circuit shown in the figure is set up.

A

G

1500

the other terminal is earthed. R is adjusted until the galvanometer deflection is zero.

Then R was equal to 2000 . The length AC is equal to

(1) 3l

4

(2) 3l

7

(3) l

3

(4) l

4

(5) 4l

7

22. A sensitive thermometer was placed inside a tube of a hot molten substance and the tube is

suspended in air. The temperature of the substance was taken at regular intervals of time

and when the results were plotted, the graph below was obtained

R

S

(A) The substance solidified between Q and R

(B) Specific heat capacity of the substance in the tube is less in the region PQ than in the

region RS

(C) Loss of heat by the substance was zero between Q and R

Which of the above statements are true?

(1) A and B only (2) A and C only (3) A only (4) B only (5) C only

23. A glass capillary tube AB is joined to a wide tube CD as shown in the figure. It is partially

filled with water. The angle of contact between glass and water is zero.

The water level in the large tube is pushed down a

A

C

distance x by applying a pressure. The liquid level in the

capillary tube is measured from the initial liquid level in

the wide tube is h.

h

Which of the following graphs correctly show the variation

of h with x?

h

h

x

B

0

(1)

x

(2)

x

(3)

x

(4)

x

(5)

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24. A bird B in air is looking at a fish F in water in a pond. For the bird, the fish appears to be at

a distance 27 cm from the bird.

For the fish the bird appears to be at a distance x

from the fish. x is equal to

Bird *B

(1) 24 cm (2) 18 cm (3) 40 cm

(4) 36 cm

27 cm

(5) 32 cm

8 cm

Fish *F

25. The displacement time (s-t) graph for a particle moving along a straight line is shown in the

figure below.

s

Which of the following could be the

velocity time (v-t) graph for the motion

of the particle?

t

v

t 0

t 0

(1)

(2)

t

(3)

t 0

(4)

t

(5)

26. A steady current flows in the circuit shown in figure (i) . Figure (ii) shows a potentiometer

10

10

A

R

50

X

10 V

P

20

10

C

Q

B

Fig.(i)

Fig.(ii)

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When A is connected to P and X is connected to Q, the balance length is 100 cm.

Consider the following statements

(A) When B is connected to P and X is connected to Q, the balance length is 40 cm

(B) When B is connected to P and C is connected to C is connected to Q, the balance length

is 20 cm

(C) When R is increased , the balance length will increase

Which of the above statements are/is true?

(1) A and B only (2) B and C only (3) A and C only (4) A only (5) All A, B and C

27. A transverse wave in water is shown below. What is the point at which the acceleration is in

the direction of motion of the particle.

A

C

D

28. A current flows in the combined wire PQR from P to R. The cross-sectional area of PQ

decreases gradually from 2A to A and that of QR increases gradually from A to 2A.The number

of free electrons in unit volume of PQ is twice that of QR.

Q

P

R

R

v

Q

(1)

Q

(2)

R P

Q

(3)

Q

(4)

R P

(5)

29. The cathode of a photocell is irradiated by light of frequency f and photon intensity x. The

current was I and the stopping potential was V. Now the frequency is doubled and the

photon intensity is halved.

10

V

The new current and the new stopping potentials are I1 and V1 respectively.

(1) I1 = 2 I ; V< V1 <2 V (2) I1 = I /2 ; V1 =2 V (3) I1 = 2 I ; V1 >2 V

(4) I1 = I /2 ; V1 >2 V (5) I1 = I /2 ; V< V1 <2 V

30. Air of density 1.2 kg m-3 flows in the horizontal pipe shown in the figure. The cross sectional

areas of the pipe at X and Y are 1.5 cm2 and 1.0 cm2 respectively. The liquid of density 900

kg m-3 in the manometer rises so that the difference in liquid levels in the two arms is

0.24 cm.

.X

0.24 cm

(1) 2.0 m s-1 (2) 2.5 m s-1 (3) 4.0 m s-1 (4) 5.0m s-1 (5) 6.0 m s-1

31. A defected eye is using a converging lens of power 2 diopters to read a book at a distance of

25 cm from his eye. The distance from the eye to the nearest point that he can see clearly

without spectacles is,

(1) 30 cm (2) 40 cm (3) 50 cm (4) 100 cm (5) 200 cm

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32. In the given circuit the current in 50 resistor is zero.

40

20

20

50

2R

20

(1) 40 (2) 30 (3) 20 (4) 10 (5) 5

33. The light emitting diode (LED) in the circuit shown in the diagram will be ON

provided

+5V

(A) Switches P and Q are both open

1 k

1 k

(C ) Switch P is closed and switch Q is open

Which of the above statements are correct?

(2) A and B only (3) B and C only (4) A only (5) C only

34. A steel wire of length 2.0 m is stretched by a load of 60.0 N resulting in strain of 7.5 x 10-4

within Hookes law region. The energy stored in the wire is

(1) 4.50 x 10-2 J

(2) 9.00 x 10-2 J (3) 3.75 x 10-4 J (4) 7.5 x 10-4 J (5) 8.00 x 10-4 J

35. Two coherent sources produce waves which are 1800 out of phase. What is a possible value

for the path difference of the two waves when they meet at a point of constructive

interference, if the wavelength is .

(1) 0 (2) /4

(3) /2

(4) (5) 2

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36. The stationary wave shown in the figure is formed in a stretched wire of length 1.5 m by a

variable frequency source when its frequency is 80 Hz.

When the tension in the string is

increased by a factor of 4 how many

loops can be observed in the string

for the same frequency?

1.5 m

(1) one (2) two (3) four (4) five (5) six

37. The resistance between the two ends of a solid cylinder of radius a and length l is R. It is

completely inserted into a hollow cylinder of internal radius a and external radius b made

of the same material.

a

b

l

l

The combined resistance between the two ends of the compound cylinder is

(1) R

(2) Rb/a

(3) Ra2/b2

38. The figure below shows a silicon cube X, a p- type semi-conducting cube Y and a copper

cube Z of equal dimensions.

Currents of equal magnitude flows in the three cubes in the same direction and magnetic

fields, each of the same magnitude acts on the three cubes in the same direction

perpendicular to the current as shown below The readings of the centre zero volt meters

connected to X, Yand Z are VX, VY and VZ respectively.

+

+

+

V

V

VY

VZ

V

VX

X

Y

Z

(1) VX= 0, VY > 0, VZ < 0 (2) VX>0, VY > 0, VZ < 0 (3) VX< 0, VY > 0, VZ < 0

(4) VX= 0, VY = 0, VZ > 0 (5) VX< 0, VY < 0, VZ < 0

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39. Two identical metal vessels A and B are filled with hydrogen gas and oxygen gas

respectively at the same temperature. Consider the following statements regarding the two

gases in A and B.

(A) Both vessels should contain equal number of molecules

(B) The average kinetic energy of an oxygen molecule is equal to the average

kinetic energy of a hydrogen molecule.

(C) The fractional increase in pressure is the same for both gases when the

temperatures of both vessels are increased by the same amount.

Which of the above statements are/is true?

(1) A and B only (2) A and C only (3) B and C only (4) A only (5) B only

40. A parallel beam of light is incident on a glass prism which is inside the box shown below.

The emerging rays are shown in the figure.

C

D

A

B

C

D

A

B

450

450

450

450

450

450

(1)

450

(2)

450

(3)

450

(4)

450

(5)

41. In an experiment to pass a very high current through a gas, a bank of capacitors of total

capacitance 50 F is charged to 30 kV. If the bank of capacitors could be discharged

completely in 5.0 ms, what would be the mean power delivered?

(1) 22 kW (2) 110 kW

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42. An object is placed at point A in front of a converging lens of focal length 20 cm. It is

slowly moved towards point B on the same side of the lens as shown in the figure. The

distances of points A and B from the lens are 60 cm and 30 cm respectively.

A

2F

How does the distance (d) between the object and its real image change as the object is

moved towards B.

(1) d remains constant

(4) d increases and then decreases (5) d decreases and then increases

43. A spider is lying on the ground. Due to a prey fell on the ground, a longitudinal and a

transverse wave are generated. These waves travel towards the spider at speeds equal to

150 ms-1and 50 ms-1respectively The difference between the times taken by the two waves

to arrive at the spider is 0.04 s. What is the speed with which the spider should move towards

the prey to catch it 1.5 s after receiving the transverse wave.

(1) 1.0 m s-1 (2) 2.0 m s-1 (3) 2.5 m s-1 (4) 5.0 m s-1 (5)10 m s-1

44. Three parallel metal plates P,Q and R are at potentials of 0 V, 100V, and 200 V respectively

in a vacuum. Plate P is heated and plate Q has a hole in it. Q is a distance s from P and R.

Electrons are emitted from P with negligible speed and are accelerated towards Q. Some

electrons pass through the hole and reach R with a velocity v.

Which statement below is true?

Q

s

R

s

Heat

(2) The velocity of an electron as it passes through Q is v/2

(3) The kinetic energy of an electron at Q is half its kinetic

0V

100 V

200 V

energy when it reaches R.

(4) The acceleration of an electron is greater between P and Q than between Q and R

(5) The final kinetic energy of an electron is mainly derived from the internal energy of plate P.

45. AB is an unlagged bar of length 0.8 m. The end A is maintained at a constant temperature 1

and B is maintained at a constant temperature 2. (1 > 2). When the temperatures are steady,

a graph is plotted temperature against distance from A. The gradients of the tangents to the

curve at A and B are 50C m-1 and 30C m-1 respectively.

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The thermal conductivity of the metal is 400 W m-1K-1 and the cross sectional area of the

bar is 10 cm2.

temperature/

0

C

1

A

B

2

A

B

The rate of loss of heat from the curved surface is equal to

(1) 0.1 W

(2) 0.4 W

distance

46. A man observes that the intensity level of sound at a point X distance 5 m due to a vibrating

machine is 70 dB. When he moves away from the machine to another point Y along the line

joining the machine and point X the intensity level decreases to 50 dB. The distance through

which he moved is

(1) 20 m (2) 40 m (3) 45 m (4) 50 m (5) 60 m

47. A vessel is placed on a horizontal table as shown in the figure. A homogeneous liquid is

poured slowly into it. The rate of change of force due to the liquid acting at the bottom of the

vessel is F. The rate of change of mass of liquid in the vessel is m. The height of liquid in the

vessel is h.

Which pair of graphs correctly shows the variation of of F with h

and the variation of m with h.

F

m

(1)

h (2)

F

(4)

h (3)

F

h (5)

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48. The following diagram shows an op-amp set up as a voltage amplifier. The op-amp is

powered from a 15 V supply and saturation occurs at 14 V. The input voltage Vin varies

with time as shown below.

Vin /V

96 k

+2

t

12 k

-2

+

Vin

Vout

0V

Which of the following graphs correctly show the variation of Vout with time (t)?

Vout

Vout

Vout

Vout

Vout

+9

+9

+ 14

+14

+14

t

-14

-14

(1)

-9

-9

(2)

(3)

t

-14

(4)

(5)

49. X is a wooden block of volume V, Y is a metal block of volume V. They are joined by a

light inextensible string and placed inside a beaker filled with water.

The normal reaction on Y is R1. When the string is cut X

moves up and comes to equilibrium with 2/3rds of its volume

submerged in water. The new normal reaction on Y is R2 .

X

The relative density of the metal of Y is 3.0. R2/R1

is equal to

(1) 2/5 (2) 3 /4 (3) 4/3 (4) 5/6 (5) 6/5

Y

50. The figure shows a wooden block of mass 4M placed on a horizontal surface. The horizontal

surface is rough from A to B and it is smooth from B to C .A frog of mass M on AB jumps

on to the block at the highest point of its path. The horizontal and vertical components of its

initial velocity are u and u/2. The coefficient of friction between the legs of the frog and the

block is 0.5.

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The velocity of the block and that of the frog will be equal before the block reaches C.

From the moment the frog steps on to the block, the time taken for the velocity of the block

and the frog to be equal is

(1) 4u/25 (2) u/5 (3) 4u/5 (4) u/25 (5) 5u/4

51. AB is a horizontal line on the ground. A particle P of mass m is projected upwards from A

towards B at an angle to the horizontal. At the same instant a particle Q of mass m is

projected upwards at an angle to the horizontal from B towards A. P and Q collide at the

highest point of their paths which is at a horizontal distance x from A. After collision Q falls

vertically downwards and P hits the ground at B.

P Q

B

x

(1) 1.5 x (2) 2 x

52. A and B are two solid cylinders each of radius r and height h. C and D are two solid

cylinders each of radius 2r and height 2h. A and C are painted in black. B and D are

polished. All four cylinders are made of the same material. The circular faces of the four

cylinders are covered by thermal insulators. All four cylinders are heated to the same

temperature.

C

D

The initial cooling rate is highest and lowest respectively in

(1) A and C (2) A and D (3) B and C (4) B and D (5) C and B

53. P and Q are two vertical long straight wires placed parallel to each other. The current flows

downwards in P. A horizontal magnetic field of flux density B acts perpendicular to the line

joining P and Q. A neutral point is found at the mid point of the line joining P and Q. When

the direction of the current in Q is reversed the neutral point is shifted towards Q.

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(B) The initial direction of the current in Q should be in the opposite direction to that of P.

(C) The initial direction of the current in Q should be in the same direction as Q.

Which of the above statements are/is true?

(1) A only (2) B only (3) C only (4) A and B only (5) A and C only

54. A ball of volume V is filled with air at atmospheric pressure P and temperature T. A pump is

used to pump air into the ball. In one stroke air of volume V/20 at pressure P and temperature

T enters the ball. What is the number of strokes if air is pumped until the pressure increases

to 2P at temperature T when the volume of the ball increases by 5%.

(1) 18

(2) 20

(3) 21 (4) 22

(5) 24

55. XY is a horizontal glass capillary tube. A column of soap solution AB is held in the tube.

Two soap bubbles C of radius R1 and D of radius R2 are formed at X and Y respectively.

R1 > R2 . The radii of liquid menisci at A and B are RA and RB respectively. Pressure inside

C and D are P1 and P2 respectively. The pressure in the liquid column is P. The atmospheric

pressure is P0. P> P0

Consider the following relationships

(A) P1 >P2 (B) RA >R1 (C ) RB <RA

(1) A and B only (2) A and C only (3) A only (4) B only (5) C only

56. The figure below shows a balance pivoted at point C. A rod is hanging at C. A horizontal rod

is fixed to it A mass X can be moved along the horizontal rod and a mass Y can be moved

along the vertical rod. A scale pan is fixed at A. A pointer is fixed to the other end of the

balance. It can move along a vertical scale. A mass m can be moved along the balance rod

AB. When a mass is place on the scale pan the mass m is moved along the balance rod until

the pointer aligns with the zero mark on the scale.

A

X

Y

If the pointer is below the zero on the vertical scale it can be brought to zero by moving

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(A) X to the left (B) X to the right (C ) Y up (D) Y down

From the above statements

(1) A and C are correct but sensitivity will decrease

(2) A and C are correct but sensitivity will increase

(3) B and D are correct but sensitivity will decrease

(4) B and D are correct but sensitivity will increase

(5) A and D are correct but sensitivity will increase

57. A hollow sphere P of mass 0.002 kg and a solid sphere Q of mass 0.01 kg are joined by a

light string. The external volume of each sphere is 4 x 10-6m3. It is released from rest into a

deep lake. The density of water is 1000 kg m-3.

P

After they acquire the terminal velocity, the string breaks away when

The two spheres are in the middle of the lake. Which of the following

graphs correctly show the variation of velocity(V) with time(t) for the

motion of P and Q.

Q

V

V

V

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

58. A cyclist is freewheeling with constant speed down a slope inclined at 30 to the horizontal

with his friend on the bicycle. The mass of the cyclist is the same as that of his friend. The

mass of the bicycle is negligible. The resistance to the motion of the bicycle is F. After

reaching the bottom of the plane he rides the bicycle up along the plane with the same

constant speed. The resistance to motion remains the same. The force that he has to apply

to move up the plane is equal to

(1) F

(2) 2F

(3) F/2

(4) 1.5 F

(5) 3 F

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59. A particle of mass m is moving along the smooth path ABCDE shown in the figure below,.

The sections AB and DE are horizontal. BC and CD are sections of circles of the same

radius.

A

D

E

Throughout the motion the particle is in contact with the surface. The variation of the

reaction R on the particle with time t is best represented by

R

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

60. The wire frame shown in the figure moves with constant velocity through a uniform

magnetic field acting into the plane of the paper. The variation of induced e.m.f.(E)

with time(t) is best represented by

E

t

(1)

t

(2)

(3)

t

(4)

t

(5)

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