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PHYSICS PAPER - II (ADVANCED)

PART I : PHYSICS
SECTION I : SINGLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
This section contains 8 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices (A),
(B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.

1.

A hollow sphere is cut, form a spherical bowl as shown in the figure and rotated with angular
velocity . The maximum value of for which a particle kept on inner surface of sphere can move
with spherical bowl without sliding off the spherical bowl is 5 0 rad / sec . The value of
0 is
Centre
1m

(a) 4
2.

60

(b) 3

(c) 2

(d) None of these

In the circuit shown switch S is closed at t = 0. At time (t) :


I1

b
R

I2

L
S

I
4Rt

V
1 e L
(a) I
4R

(c)

dVab
0
dt

V
Rt

V
1 e L
(b) I1 I2
2R

(d) I I12 I22


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3.

The piston (massless and frictionless) cylinder arrangement shown contains oxygen gas
at certain temperature. The cross-sectional area of the cylinder is 0.5 m2 and gas column
length is 1m. When stationary wave is setup inside gas the fundamental frequency produced
is 100 Hz. Now the piston is pushed to reduce the gas column length to half without any
heat loss and now piston is fixed [atmospheric pressure = 105 N/m2 and 20.4 = 1.32]. The
percentage change in fundamental frequency is 120n0. Find n0.

1m

(a) 3
4.

(b) 4

(c) 7

(d) None of these

Three identical rods are joined as shown in the figure. Their free ends are maintained at
0C, 60C and 60C.The temperature of junction of rods will be :
60C
0C
60C

(a) 30C
5.

(b) 45C

(c) 40C

(d) 20C

A series of pulses, each of amplitude 0.150m are sent down a string that is rigidly attached
to a wall at one end. The pulses are reflected at the wall and travel back along the string
without loss of amplitude. When two waves are present in the string, the net displacement (y)
of a point on the string where two pulses are crossing is :
(a) y =0.150m
(b) y = 0.300 m
(c) 0.150 <y<0.300m
(d) Zero
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6.

Water is coming out from a tap of cross-section area A with speed v0. Area of crosssection of water stream changes as it moves down. Which of the following graph can best
represent cross-section (a) of stream with height h :

h
a

(a)

(b)

(c)

7.

(d)

Two smooth rails are joined at lower end and each rail makes angle 45 with vertical. Two
beads each of mass m which are constrained to move along rails are connected with a light
spring of constant k. Beads are released when spring is relaxed and horizontal as shown.
What is the maximum compression in the spring?

45 45

(a)
8.

mg
2k

(b)

mg
2k

(c)

2mg
k

(d)

2 2mg
k

A string fixed at both ends when vibrates in pth harmonic, then the distance between adjacent nodes
is 18 cm and when vibrates in pth overtone then the distance between two adjacent
nodes is 16 cm. The length of the string is :
(a) 102 cm
(b) 144 cm
(c) 125 cm
(d) 256 cm
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SECTION II : COMPREHENSION TYPE
This section contains 6 multiple choice questions relating to three paragraphs
with two questions on each paragraph. Each question has four choices (A), (B), (C)
and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is correct.
PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 9 AND 10
A proton and a deutron are fired with same speed v into a large region having uniform magnetic field at
angle as shown in the figure. The proton and deutron spend time T1 and T2 inside magnetic field
before coming out of the field.

9.

When proton and deutron comes out of field, they will:


(a) move on same line
(b) move on two different lines making angle between them
(c) move on two parallel lines
(d) come to rest.

10.

The ratio
(a) 2

T1
is equal to:
T2
(b) 4

(c) 1/2

(d) 1/4

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PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 11 AND 12

A monochromatic light ray strikes prism at and passes through combination of two prisms
without deviation.The angles of the prisms are equal.
A

D
2

1
B

11. If refracting angle of each prism is 1 then :


(a) 1 2 2

(b) 1 2

(c) 21 2

(d) 1 3 2 .

12. If 90 and prisms are identical then angle of emergence from second prism will be :
(a) 90
(b) less than 90
(c) more than 90
(d) either 90 or zero
PARAGRAPH FOR QUESTIONS 13 AND 14

A capacitor of capacitance 1 F and charge 10 C starts discharging through a resistance of


100 , at that instant a radio-active element has N0 undecayed nuclei. The ratio of number
of undecayed nuclei and charge on capacitor remains equal to 100 nuclei/coulomb throughout
time.
13. The half life of ratio-active element is:
(a) 138.6 sec
(b) 6.93 sec

(c) 1.386 sec

(d) 69.3 sec.

14. The initial radioactivity of element is:


(a) 100 decays/sec (b) 10 decays/sec

(c) 1 decays/sec

(d) 5decays/sec

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SECTION III : MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
This section contains 6 multiple choice questions. Each question has four choices
(A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONE or MORE IS/are correct.

15. If two sound waves can cancel each other completely, they should :
(a) have the same frequency
(b) have the same amplitude
(c) be 180 out of phase
(d) be 90 out of phase.
16. In the circuit shown, the ammeters A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5 are of negligible internal resistance,
and the resistance R are all of equal magnitude. Which of the following is/are correct ?
A1
A5

A2
A4

A3

V
R

(a) A1, shows the greatest ammeter reading


(b) A3, A4 and A5 are of the same reading
(c) A2, shows a higher reading than A3
(d) A1, shows a higher reading than A3
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17. An ideal gas is taken from state A (pressure P, volume V) to the state B (pressure
P/2, volume 2V) along a straight line path in the P-V diagram.
pressure

A
B

P/2
V

2V

volume

(a) The work done by the gas in the process A to B exceeds the work that would be done by
it if the system were taken from A to B along the isotherm.
(b) In the T-V diagram, the path AB becomes a part of the parabola.
(c) In the P-T diagram, the path AB becomes a part of hyperbola.
(d) In going from A to B, the temperature T of the gas f i r s t increases to a maximum
value and then decreases.
18. A particle is executing SHM with frequency f. (Assume no damping effects)
(a) Its potential energy varies periodically with frequency 2f.
(b) Its kinetic energy varies periodically with frequency 2f.
(c) Its total mechanical energy (potential energy + kinetic energy) varies periodically with
period 4f.
(d) Its total mechanical energy is constant.
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19. A body is projected with velocity u at an angle with horizontal. After projection if v x
represents horizontal velocity, v y represents vertical velocity, a represents acceleration of
body and k represents kinetic energy of body, then correct graphs are [consider upward
direction as positive] :

vx

(a)

vy

t (b)

t (c)

t (d)

20. A disc and a ring each of mass m and radius r are released on top of a rough inclined plane.
If both starts rolling down without sliding then :
(a) Disc will reach the bottom of inclined plane first.
(b) Ring will rotate faster than disc.
(c) Friction force on both will act up the plane.
(d) On reaching bottom of inclined plane the mechanical energy of disc will be more than
that of ring.
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