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Questions:10, Marks: 10X5=50 Time: 2Hrs

1. A cube floating on mercury has 1/4 of its volume submerged. If enough water is added to

cover the cube, what fraction of its volume will remain immersed in mercury? (Relative

density of mercury = 13.6)

2. Calculate the depth of water at which a bubble of air would just float.

= 1000 3 and = 1.29 3.

= 105

3. Two identical cylindrical vessels with their bases at the same level contain a liquid of

density up to height hl and h2, respectively. Find the work done by gravity in equalising the

levels when the two vessels are connected. (Area of the base of each cylinder is A.)

4. A ship with cargo sinks by x when she goes into a river from the sea. She discharges

cargo and proceeding again to sea, she rises by z. If the sides of the ship be assumed to be

vertical to the surface of the water, show that relative density of sea water is

,

+

5. A beaker containing water is placed on the pan of a balance which shows a reading of

200 g. A lump of sugar weighing 75 g and of volume 30 cc is now suspended inside the

water from an external support without touching any part of the beaker, (a) What will be the

reading just when the lump of sugar is immersed? How will the reading change as time

passes? (b) What will be the initial reading if the lump is simply dropped gently into the

beaker and how will the reading change?

6. A beaker filled with water up to the brim contains a piece of ice floating in the water. Will

water spill as, ice melts?

7. A man in a boat scoops out a stone from the bottom of a lake and puts it in his boat. Will

the level of water in the lake rise or fall?

8. An ideal gas is trapped between a mercury column and the closed, lower end of a narrow

vertical tube of uniform bore. The upper end of the tube is open to the atmosphere

(atmospheric pressure = 76 cm of mercury). The lengths of the mercury and the trapped gas

are 20 cm and 43 cm, respectively. What will be the length of the gas column when the tube

is tilted slowly in a vertical plane through an angle of 60? Assume the temperature to be

constant.

9. Find the density of air at any height and hence the height at which it is halved. Assume

that the temperature remains fixed throughout the atmosphere. The pressure at the earth's

surface is 0 = 1.012 105 2 0 = 1.293 3

10. A cylindrical piece of wood of length and sectional area s is floating with its axis vertical

in a big cylinder of sectional area S which contains a liquid of density . Prove that the work

1

wood.

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