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STAGE-I

SUBJECT : ASTRONOMY

Date : 06-11-2014

Time : 2 Hrs

1.

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2.

On the answer sheet fill up all the entries carefully in the space provided, ONLY In BLOCK

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3.

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answers.

4.

The question paper contains 80 multiple-choice questions. Each questions has 4 options, out

of which only one is correct. Choose the correct answer and mark a cross in the corresponding

box on the answer sheet as shown below:

5.

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6.

7.

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8.

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In question 1 to 80 any number of options (A or B or C or D) may be correct. You are to identify all of them correctly to get

3 marks. Even if one answer identified is incorrect or one correct answer is missed, you get zero score.

1.

(A) when total lunar eclipse is seen from the earth.

(B) when total solar eclipse is seen from the earth.

(C) on every full moon day

(D) on every full new moon day

2.

A point mass is subjected to two simultaneous sinusoidal displacements in X direction, x1(t) = A sin (t)

2

and x2 (t) = A sin t

3

3

(A) A 2 ,

3

4

(B) A,

4

3

(C) A 3 ,

5

6

3.

(A) is an identity

(B) has no solution for 0 90

(C) has only one solution for 0 90

(D) has two solutions for 0 90

4.

(A) Pegasus

(B) Carina

(C) Orion

5.

(D) A,

(D) Bootes.

Vector p and q include an angle between them. If (p q) and (p q) respectively include angles and

(A)

pq sin

2

p q cos

(B)

2pq sin

2

p q cos

(C)

p2 sin2

p2 q2 cos2

(D)

q2 sin2

p2 q2 cos2

6.

An alternative current of frequency flows through a conductor with conductivity . The material of the

conductor has a magnetic permeability . The quantity () has the dimensions same as those of

(A) charge

(B) current

(C) time

(D) length

7.

What is the position of the Red supergiant stars on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram ?

(A) upper left

(B) upper right

(C) lower left.

(D) lower right

8.

(A) Encke

(B) Fred Whipple

(C) Halley

9.

7 cos 70

3 cos 55 cos ec 35

+

is

2 sin 20

2 tan 25 tan 45 tan 65

(A) 2

10.

The quantity

(A) frequency

11.

(B) 5

(C)

7

2

(D)

3

2

o

o has the units same as those of

(B) speed

(C) resistance

(A) A

(B) K

(C) G

(D) conductance

(D) B

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12.

Two charges q1 and q2 are placed 30 cm apart as shown in the figure. A third charge q3 is moved along the

q3

arc of a circle of radius 40 cm from C to D. The change in potential energy of the system is 4 k ,

0

where k is :

(A) 8 q2

13.

(B) 6 q2

(C) 8 q1

(A) three

(B) four

(C) five

(D) 6 q1

(D) seven

14.

If A = {2, 4, 6, 8, .....400}, so that n(A) = 200 and B = {3, 6, 9, 12, ...... 750}, so that n(B) = 250, then

(A) n (A B) = 125 and n(A B) = 325

(B) n (A B) = 124 and n(A B) = 326

(C) n(A B) = 66 and n(A B) = 384

(D) n (A B) = 65 and n(A B) = 385

15.

(A) spiral

(B) barred spiral

16.

(D) irregular

A rod PQ of length l is resting on two mutually perpendicular axes as shown in the figure. If the tip P begins

to slide down with a constant speed of

(A)

17.

(C) elliptical

3 m/s

(B) 1 m/s

(C) 3 m/s

(D) 2 m/s

The figure shows beams of light incident on a thin film and subsequently emerging from it. Here each beam

is represented by a single ray. Let r be the ratio of amplitude of the reflected beam to that of the incident

beam, Amplitude of the incident beam a0 is assumed to be unity. Neglecting absorption in the film, amplitude

of beam a will be

(A) 1 r2

(B) (1 r)2

(C) r2

(D) 1 r 2

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18.

Two plane mirrors are inclined at an angle as shown. The number of images formed of an object O is n.

Then, the angle

(A) must be

2

2

and

n

n 1

(B) must be

2

n 1

(D) must be

2

n1

19.

The sum of the third and the seventh terms of an A.P. is 6 and their product is 8. The sum of the first 16

terms of this A.P. will be

(A) 20 only

(B) 76 only

(C) 20 or 76

(D) 8.5 or 2.5

20.

A window is 50 cm in height. A stone falling from a height of 40 cm above the window crosses the window

in time t equal to

(A)

1

s

7

(B)

3

s

7

(C)

5

s

7

(D)

4

s

7

21.

The number of points on the circle 2x2 + 2y2 3x = 0 having distance 2 units from the point (2, 1) is

(A) zero

(B) 1

(C) 2

(D) 4

22.

(A) before conjunction (B) before opposition

23.

A conical vessel of radius 6 cm and height 8 cm is completely filled with water. A metal shpere is now

lowered into the water. The size of the sphere is such that when it touches the inner surface, it just gets

immersed. The fraction of water that overflows from the conical vessel is

(A)

3

8

(B)

5

8

(C)

7

8

(D)

5

16

24.

(A) 10 AU

(B) 10 parsec

(C) 1 parsec

(D) 1 light year

25.

(A) Mars

(B) Venus

(C) the moon

26.

27.

28.

x 3

lim

is equal to

x x 2

(A) e5

(B) e

(C) e1

(A) Amritsar

(B) Nagpur

(C) Chennai

(D) e5

(D) Sriharikota

(A) ab + bc + cd + da 45

(B) ab + bc + cd + da 45

(C) ab + bc + cd + da

45

2

(D) ab + bc + cd + da

45

2

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29.

An ellipse has foci (3, 1) and (1, 1). It passes through the point P(1, 3). Therefore, the eccentricity of the

ellipse is

(A)

(B)

2 1

3 1

(C)

2 1

2

3 1

2

(D)

30.

Apart from the twelve constellations, the sun passes through the constellation of

(A) Orion

(B) Ursa Major

(C) Opiuchus

(D) Perseus

31.

For the quadratic equation 3x2 + px + 3 = 0, where p > 0, one of the roots is square of the other. Hence, the

value of p is

(A)

32.

1

3

(B) 1

34.

35.

36.

(D)

2

3

Two vectors ( a 2b ) and (5 a 4b ), where a and b are unit vectors, are perpendicular to each other..

(A) 45

33.

(C) 3

1

(C) cos1

3

(B) 60

(A) Ursa Minor

(B) Ursa Major

(C) Coma Berenices

The transits of Mercury occur in the month of

(A) January and July.

(C) May and November

1

(D) cos1

6

(D) Draco

(D) June and December

If the sun is rising in Gemini, the zodiacal constellation on the meridian will be

(A) Virgo

(B) Sagittarius

(C) Pisces

(D) Libra

1 1 1

1 1 1

If A =

, out of the following statements the correct one is

1 1 1

(A) A3 = 27 A

(B) A3 = 3A

(C) A3 = A

(D) A + A + A = A2

37.

In the spectrum of a quasar, the observed wavelength of an element (having rest wavelength of

1216 ) is found to be 2432 . Therefore, the value of red shift (z) of that quasar is

(A) 1

(B) 0.5

(C) 0.5

(D) 1

38.

(A) 2 3 i 2

(B) 2 3 i 2

(C) 2 3 2 i

(D) 3 2 3 i

39.

The wavelength of the first spectral line in the Balmer series of hydrogen atom is 6561 . Therefore,

the wavelength of the second spectral line in the Balmer series of singly ionized helium atom is

(A) 1215

(B) 1640

(C) 2430

(D) 4687

40.

If x 0, x 1 and x x

(A) 0.444...

41.

x x

(B) 2.25

= 0, the value of x is

(C) 4

(D) 9

An alpha particle of 10 MeV energy collides head on with a copper nucleus (Z = 29) and is deflecteds

back. The distance of closest approach of the alpha particle is about

(A) 4.2 1015 m

(B) 8.3 1015

(C) 1.6 1014 m

(D) 2.1 1014 m

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42.

A non-conducting ring charged uniformly is rotating about its axis (passing through its centre and

perpendicular to its plane) with a constant angular velocity. Let E, V and B be respectively the

electrostatic field, electrostatic potential and magnetic field produced at the centre of the ring. Then,

(A) E = 0, V 0, B = 0

(B) E = 0, V 0, B 0

(C) E 0, V = 0, B 0

(D) E 0, V = 0, B = 0

43.

(A) is 90 volt.

(B) is zero volt.

(C) cannot be greater that 150 volt.

(D) is 180 volt.

44.

The successive resonance frequencies of a pipe are 425 Hz, 595 Hz and 765 Hz respectively. If the

speed of sound in air is 340 m/s, the length of the pipe is

(A) 0.85 m.

(B) 1.0 m.

(C) 0.5 m

(D) 1.7 m.

45.

If m = 6 +

(A)

46.

(B)

14

(B)

2gh'

(C)

2g(h h' )

1 1

(B)

1 2

11

m 2

243

(B)

2gh

1 1

(C)

1 2

7

m 2

216

(C)

5

m 2

136

2

(C) | |

1

2

2

(B)

1

2

(D)

10

(D) zero

1 1

(D)

1 2

(D)

7

m 2

162

(C) 200 mA from B to A

51.

18

A planoconvex lens form a lens combination with a planconcave lens such that their curved surfaces

have equal radii of curvature and are in contact with each other. If 1 and 2 are the refractive indices

of the materials of the two lenses, the focal length of the combination is proportional to

(A) | 1 2 |

50.

(C)

21

A uniform wire of length and mass m is bent in the form of a rectangle PQRS such thatPQ : QR = 2 : 1.

The moment of inertia of this rectangle about side QR is

(A)

49.

m n is

1

Let and be the cube roots of unity. If A =

and B =

, then the product AB is

1 1

(A)

1 2

48.

35 , the value of

Mercury stands at a height h in a barometer. A small hole is made at a height h' (less that h). The

mercury comes out of the hole with a speed v equal to

(A)

47.

35 and n = 6

(A) 2 cos 3

(C) 2 cos 2

(D) 200 mA from A to B

x6 1

x3

is

(B) 3 cos 2

(D) 3 cos 3

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52.

The weight of a metal sphere when immersed in water at 0C is W 1 and that at 50C is W 2. If the

coefficient of cubical expansion of the metal is less than that of water, then

(A) W 1 = W 2

(B) W 1 < W 2

(C) W 1 > W 2

(D) nothing can be said as the data are insufficient.

53.

An organ pipe of length (open at both ends) is sounded together with another organ pipe of length

( + x) where x << , to produce their fundamental notes. If speed of sound in air is v, the beat

frequency is

(A)

vx

(B)

54.

vx

2

vx

(C)

2 x

(D)

vx

4 2

A circuit connects a pure inductor (L) to a dc souce through a rheostat as shown. The sliding contact

of the rheostat is pulled to the right so as to increase the resistance. At an instant when the resistanc

in 20 ohm, the current in the circuit is

(A) 0.5 A

(B) less than 0.5 A

(C) more than 0.5 A.

(D) Less than or more than 0.5 A depending on the value of L.

55.

6

4

1

(A)

56.

3 1

1

(B)

3 1

(C)

3 +1

(D)

3 1

A given mass of an ideal gas expands to 2.5 times its initial valume (V) at a constant pressure (p). If

is the ratio of specific heats,the change in internal energy of the gas is

(A)

5pV

2( 1)

(B)

3pV

2( 1)

(C)

pV

2( 1)

(D)

pV

( 1)

57.

Let the energy, the magnitude of linear momentum and the angular frequency of an electron revolving

in an orbit with quantum number n be E, p and respectively then

E

Ep

is independent of n.

(A) varies at n2

(B)

(C) (p) varies as n

(D) (Ep) is independent of n.

58.

59.

2

2

(A) sin1 x 1 y y 1 x

2

2

(B) sin1 x 1 y y 1 x

2

2

(C) sin1 x 1 x y 1 y

2

2

(D) sin-1 x 1 x y 1 y

(A) C2 D2 = A2 B2

(B) C2 D2 = 2(A2 B2)

2

2

2

2

(C) C + D = A + B

(D) C2 + D2 = 2(A2 + B2)

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60.

2

2

(A) cot

(B) 2 cot

(C) 3 cot

(D) 4 cot

61.

(A) electric field exerts a force on a stationary charge.

(B) Electric field exerts a force on a moving charge.

(C) Magnetic field exerts a force on a stationary charge.

(D) Magnetic field exerts a force on a moving charge.

62.

Consider the two circles x2 + y2 = 4 and x2 + y2 6x 8y = 24. The number of common tangents to

these circles is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

63.

A body of mass m suspended from a spring of length and force constant k oscillates with periodic time T.

Now, the spring is cut into two pieces of lengths in the ratio 2 : 3. The same mass is attached to the two

pieces as shown and set into oscillations on a smooth surface. The periodic time of oscillations T is

T

(A)

64.

(A) a parabola

65.

8

= cos 1 represents

r

(B) an ellipse

6T

5

(C)

(C) a hyperbola

T

(D)

(B) , 0

3

2

(C) , 0

3

5

(D) , 0

6

A satellite revolves round the earth along an elliptical orbit of eccentricity e. It T is the periodic time of

revolution, the time taken by the satellite to travel from one extreme of the minor axis to the other through

perigee is

(A)

67.

2 3T

5

A non-uniform rod of length is placed along positive X axis with one of its ends at (0, 0). Linear mass

density of the rod varies as ( x). Its centre of mass is at

(A) , 0

6

66.

(B)

T

e

1

2

2

(B)

T

1

2

2e

(C)

T

e

1

(D)

T

1

1

2

e

Consider the points A(a, b + c), B(b, c + a) and C(c, a + b). The area of ABC is

(A) 2(a2 + b2 + c2)

(B)

a2 b2 c 2

6

68.

In a certain village of Maharashtra everybody knows Marathi language. However, 52% people can understand

only Marathi, 35% are able to understand Hindi while 23% can understand English. The number of people

who can understand Marathi, Hindi as well as English is 1500. Hence the population of this village is

(A) 13750

(B) 15000

(C) 16250

(D) 18125

69.

15

(A) 1

17

(B) 2

8

17

1

] is

850

(C) 2

16

17

(D) 3

1

17

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70.

(A) 2565

(B) 2645

(C) 2715

(D) 2875

71.

Consider the curve given by y = x4 + 8x3 + 26x2 + 32x 73. The number of points on this curve at which

tangent to the curve is parallel to X axis is

(A) 1

(B) 2

(C) 3

(D) 4

72.

(A)

73.

4

3

(B)

4

3

(C)

3

4

(D) log(2)

3

(B) ,

2 2

(A) 0,

2

(C) ,

2 4

3

(D) ,

4

74.

The last three terms in the expansion of (a + b)n are 54880, 48020 and 16807 respectively. Therefore, the

values of a, b and n respectively are

(A) 5, 7, 4

(B) 2, 7, 7

(C) 4, 7, 5

(D) 7, 4, 5

75.

Two soap bubbles A and B respectively of radii 2 mm and 5 mm stick to each other to form a double bubble.

Then,

76.

10

mm and concave on the side of bubble A.

3

7

mm and convex on the side of bubble A.

2

10

mm and convex on the side of bubble A.

3

7

mm and concave on the side of bubble A.

2

A body of mass 50g performs simple harmonic motion with amplitude 20 cm. If the total energy of the body

is 2 J, the periodic time is

(A) 1.4 ms

(B) 1.4 s

(C) 14 ms

(D) 140 ms

77.

The integral

cos 4 (3 x )

4

(A)

78.

12

(3 x )

dx equals

(C)

(D)

Refer to the arrangement of logic gates given below. The outputs Y for A = 0, B = 0 and A = 1, B = 1

respectively are

(A) 0 and 1

79.

(B)

(B) 1 and 0

(C) 0 and 0

(D) 1 and 1

An electron in the second excited state of a hydrogen atom has an associated de Broglie wavelength of

about

(A) 0.32 nm

(B) 0.66 nm

(C) 3.2 nm

(D) 1.0 nm

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80.

x 4 log 5(5 x 1 )

5x x5

(A) 5x x5

dx gives

(D)

1

log( 5 x x 5 )

5

(1)

Charge on electron e = 1.6 10-19 C

(2)

Mass of an electron me = 9.1 1031 kg

(3)

Universal gravitational constant G = 6.67 1011 N m2 / kg2

(4)

Permittivity of free space 0 = 8.85 1012 C2 / Nm2

(5)

Gas constant R = 8.31 J / K mol

(6)

Planck constant h = 6.62 1034 J s

(7)

Stefan constant = 5.67 108 W/m2 k4

(8)

Boltzmann constant k = 1.38 1023 J/K

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