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# B-TC-1805//06/2015/Electrostatics/Sol.

Target IIT-JEE 2016

+2 TEST (CAPACITANCE)

SOLUTIONS
1. (B)
2. (C)
3. (B)

SECTION – A

Qi = CV, Qf = 3CV, charge flown :
Q = Qf – Qi = 2CV
Wb = (Q)V = 2CV2
Horizontal capacitor (fitted in vertical branch) is
short circuited and remaining three are in parallel.
The circuit can be redrawn as shown, now find x.

6. (B)

C

2 F

V

3 F

C

C

C

A

2F

13. (A)

q1

Q

O

C

C

Ceq 

11C
5

4F

A

9F

x

y

x

q2

y
V’
x A (A,B) B y

10V

Q

0V

10V

3
3 A 3
Ceq  C  0   4  6 F
2
2 d
2

C

C

3F

36
F
13

B

C

A

B

C

The circuit can be redrawn as

6F

B

(C1  C 2 )V1
C2

The middle two capacitors are in series, and then in
parallel with other two.
The circuit can be redrawn as :

C

Charge supplied by battery
Q = Ceq.V = 6 × 10 = 60 µC

B

 q1  CV  4  10  40 C & q 2  20 C

11
Q  Ceq   C
5

8. (C)

Apply series/parallel combination.

9. (D)

C

0 A 3 0 A

d 2 d
d
3

14. (D)

C' 

11. (C)

A
2 F

Ceq = C

10. (C)

6 F

B

x

C1C 2
V
C1  C 2

6F

3F

The redrawn circuit is

Maximum charge on C1 : Q = C1V1
C2 can also take this charge as its breaking voltage is
very large. Now for series combination:
Q = CeqV

C1V1 

6F

2F

2F

A

7. (A)

12. (B)

C
C

2F

3F

B

5. (C)

2F

A

x

4. (C)

TEST CODE–1805

Date: 06.06.2015

0 A 2
 C
d
3

Hence charge on plate x = 40 + 20 = 60 µC
Charge on plate y = – 60µC
Charge on plate A = – 20µC
Charge on plate B = +20 µC
Equivalent circuit
C

C

V

After withdrawing the slab :
Upper 6 F and 3 F are in series. Their equivalent
capacitance is 2 F. Now we will get a balanced
wheat stone bridge in which 3 F will be useless.

(X)

C

V’
(A,Y)

(B)

12V

Potential difference across X & Y

The circuit can be simplified as

15. (A)

 C 
Vx,y  12  
 4V
 C  2C 

Let time taken is t,

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