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EMI

01.

from the distance d, perpendicular to the wall. What minimum magnetic

field must exist in this region for the particle not to hit the wall?

a) v/sd

02.

b) 2v/sd

c) v/2sd

d) v/4sd

fixed inclined plane making an angle with the horizontal. There exists a

uniform magnetic field B parallel to the inclined plane but perpendicular

to the length of spring. If m is slightly pulled on the incline in downward

direction and released, then the time period of oscillations of the block

will be (assume that the block does not leave contact with the plane)

a)

03.

m

K

b)

2m

K

c)

qB

K

d)

qB

2K

wire such that the wire is parallel to one of the sides of the loop and is in

the plane of the loop. If steady current I is established in the wire as

shown in figure, the loop will

i

I

04.

b) Move away from the wire

c) Move toward the wire

d) Remain stationary

A steady current I goes through a wire loop PQR having shape of a right

angle triangle with PQ = 3x, PR = 4x, and QR = 5x. If the magnitude of

o I

05.

a) 5

b) 8

c) 7

d) 10

The magnetic field at the center of the circular loop as shown in figure,

when a single wire is bent to form a circular loop and also extends to

form straight sections, is (The straight sections BA and BC are assumed

to be of infinite length)

0 I

e

a) 2 R

0I

1

1

R

2

06.

0 I

b) 2 R

0I

1

1

1

e

2R

2

c)

d)

Four infinite thin (Negligible thickness) current carrying sheets are placed

in Y-Z plane. The 2D view of the arrangement is as shown in figure.

Direction of current has also been shown in the figure. The linear current

density, i..e, current per unit width in the four sheets are I, 2I,3I and 4I ,

respectively

represented by

a)

07.

b)

c)

d)

If the figures shows infinite conducting rings each having current i in

the direction shown are placed concentrically in the same plane as shown

2

3

in the figure. The radii of rings are r, 2r, 2 r, 2 r,...., . The magnetic field at

a) Zero

08.

0i

b) r

0i

d) 3r

can be written as K

0 I

a) 4d

09.

0i

c) 2r

2 , then K is

tan

0 I

b) 2d

0 I

c) d

20 I

d) d

uniformly distributed along the upper half, and a charge Q is uniformly

distributed along the lower half, as shown in the figure. The resultant

electric field E at P, the center of the semicircle, is

Q

2

a) 0 r

2

10.

2Q

2

b) 0 r

2

4Q

2

c) 0 r

2

Q

2

d) 4 0 r

2

A ring of charge with radius 0.5 m has 0.002 m gap. If the ring carries a

charge of + 1 C, the electric field at the center is nearly

7

1

a) 7.5 10 NC

11.

7

1

b) 7.2 10 NC

7

1

c) 6.2 10 NC

7

1

d) 6.5 10 NC

Which of the following four figures correctly show the forces that three

charged particle exert on each other

I)

II)

III)

IV)

c) II, III

12.

At a point in space, the electric field points towards north. In the small

region surrounding this point, the rate of change of potential will be zero

along

a) North

13.

b) South

c) North-south

d) East-west

(V is electric potential and E is electrostatic field)

a) If E is zero at a certain point, then V should be zero at that point

b) If E is not zero at a certain point, then V should not be zero at that

point

c) If V is zero at a certain point, then E should be zero at that point

d) If V is zero at a certain point, then E may or may not be zero

14.

electric field E exists parallel to the xy plane. Find the flux through the

remaining curved part

2

a) R E

15.

2

b) 2R E

2

c) R E / 2

2 3

d) R E

Flux passing through the shaded surface of a sphere when a point charge

q is placed at the center is (radius of the sphere is R)

a) q / 0

16.

b) q / 20

c) q / 40

d) Zero

In the circuit shown, switch S2 is closed first and is kept closed for a long

time, Now S1 is closed. Just after that instant the current through S1 is

17.

e

a) R1 towards right

e

b) R1 towards left

c) zero

2e

d) R1

charge q on it whereas B is uncharged. The charge appearing on

the capacitor B a long time after the switch is closed is

a) zero

18.

b) q/2

c)q

d)2q

figure. What is the ratio of the time constants during charging and

discharging of the capacitor?

a) 1:1

19.

21.

c) 1 : 2

d) 4 : 1

The current enters at A and leaves at F. The values of some resistances are

shown. What should be the value of resistance AB so that no current will

flow through CB.

5

a) 7 R

20.

b) 2 : 1

R

b) 3

5

R

c) 3

5

R

d) 9

If the batteries A and B have negligible internal resistance, the value of

the resistance of resistor R will be

a) 1000

b) 500

c) 100

d) 200

A planet of mass m moves around the sun of mass M in an elliptical orbit.

The maximum and minimum distance of the planet from the sun are

r1 and r2 respectively. The time-period of the planet is proportional to

3/ 2

a) r1

3/ 2

b) r2

c) r1 r2

3/ 2

d) r1 r2

3/ 2

22.

23.

centre of a uniform sphere of radius R and mass M are F1 and F2

respectively. Then

F1 r1

if r1 R and r2 R

F

r2

2

a)

F1 r12

2 if r1 R and r2 R

F

r2

2

b)

F1 r1

if r1 R and r2 R

F

r2

2

c)

F1 r12

2 if r1 R and r2 R

F

r2

2

d)

When stationary waves are set up, pick out the correct statement from the

following :

a) All the particles in the medium are in the same phase of vibration at all

time

b) The particles within an interval between two consecutive nodes are in

phase, but the particles in two such consecutive intervals are of opposite

phase.

c) The phase lag along the path of the wave increases as distance from the

source increases

d) Only antinodes are in same phase

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

out waves in a continuous medium travelling at 200 cm/sec. The resultant

displacement of the particle 150 cms from B and one second after the

commencement of vibration of B is

a) 4 cms

b) 8 cms

c) 8 cms

d) 3 cms

Under similar conditions of temperature and pressure, the velocity of

sound will be maximum in

a) Nitrogen

b) Oxygen

c) Hydrogen

d) Carbon-dioxide

Speed of sound in air 332 m/sec at N.T.P. The speed of sound in hydrogen

at N.T.P. will be

a) 5312 m/s

b) 2546 m/s

c) 1438 m/s

d) 664 m/s

If the earth is at one fourth of its present distance from the sun, the

duration of the year will be

a) Half of the present year

b) One-eigth of the present year

c) One fourth of the present year

d) One sixth of the present year

Which one of the following statement is correct

a) Magnetic lines of force are closed curves while electrostatic lines are

not

b) Electrostatic lines of force are closed curves while magnetic lines are

not

c) Magnetic lines of force represent direction while electrostatic lines do

not

d) Electrostatic lines of force represent direction while magnetic lines do

not

29.

The time period of a freely suspended magnet does not depend upon

a) Length of the magnet

b) The pole strength of the magnet

c) The horizontal component of magnetic field of the earth

d) The length of the suspension wire

30.

When a known resistance 10W and a conductor are connected in the right

and left gaps of a meter bridge at 0oC. The balancing length is found to be

50cm. If the temp of the conductor is increased to 100 oC; The balancing

point is found to be at 52 cm. The temp coefficient of resistance of the

material of the conductor is

3

4

a) 4.16 10 / C b) 8.33 10 / C

3

c) 8.33 10 / C

4.16 104 / C

PHYSICS

QNO KEY

1

A

2

A

3

C

4

C

5

B

6

C

7

D

d)

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

B

A

B

C

D

D

C

C

B

A

C

C

C

C

A

B

C

C

C

B

A

D

B

ADVANCED LEVEL

SINGLE OPTION CORRECT

24.

-5

A particle of charge Q 10 C is fixed. A second particle of mass

1

-7

m=0.01g and charge Q 10 C which is initially at infinity is given a

d=0.1m from the fixed charge so that their separation first decreases and

then increases. Find the smallest separation between the two charges.

A) 0.125m

25.

B) 1.15m

C) 2m

D) 2.02m

by a square wire loop of perimeter 4a at a/2 as shown. The current in the

wire I. The whole system is placed on frictionless horizontal surface in a

uniform magnetic field

r

B B0 j

centre. Select the correct statement(s)

F

a

O

E

A

B) The block must not topple if

mg

aB0

mg

2aB0

a

mg

x if I

4

2aB0

C)

a

mg

x if I

2

4aB0

D)

26.

In the circuit shown in the figure switch K is kept closed for a long time

and then it is opened. The constant voltage across the terminals of the

battery is V0 =9V, the capacitance of the capacitor is C=50F the vales of

resistance are, R1 R2 =100. If the value resistance R3 is 400, find the

charge that flows through the resistor R3 after switch is opened.

A) 60C

27.

B) 40C

C) 100C

D) 80C

surrounded by an adjacent concentric layer of dielectric with permittivity

A)

KR1R2

k R2 K 1 R1

B)

kKR1R2

K 1 R1

1

4 0

KR1R2

C) kR1 R2

kR1R2

KR1 R2

D)

28.

A long cylinder with uniformly charged surface and cross sectional radius

a=1.0cm moves with a constant velocity v=10m/sec along its axis. An

electric field strength at the surface of the cylinder is equal to

E=0.9kV/cm .Find the resulting convection current ( that is the effective

current caused by mechanical transfer of charge).

A) 0.5A

B) 0.5nA

C) 3A

D) 2.1A

29.

emf 1 and 2 . The internal resistances of the sources are negligible. At

what value of the resistance R will the thermal power generated in it be

the highest? What is it equal to?

R

R1 R2 , 1 2

R

A)

R

R1 , 1 2

C) R

B)

R1R2 1R2 2 R1

1

,

R1 R2 R1 R2 4 R

D) R1 R2 , zero

30.

which a point charge q is located at a distance l from the spheres centre.

4 0

kq

A) l

2kq

C) 3l

B) Zero

3kq

D) 2l

MULTIPLEOPTIONCORRECT

31.

The figure shows a taut string, initially aligned with the x-axis, which

carries a waveform travelling towards the right without any change its

shape. The bold line and the dotted line indicate the displacement of the

string (i.e., shape of the waveform)at time = t second at time = (t + dt)

second, respectively. The speed of particle at point P at t = 2 sec is 1 cm/s.

Choose the correct statement (s) from the following (assume that dt is

0

positive & slope of y-x at p is 45 ).

y

45o

vy

P

x

A)

O

x

Particle velocity as a function of position

vy

B)

x

O

C)

D)

32.

Speed of waveform is 1 cm/s and it is moving along negative x-axis

Two concentric circular coils of radius R and r (r<<R) carry currents of i1

and i2 respectively. If the smaller coil of known mass is rotated slightly

about one of its diameter. It starts oscillating. Then which of the

following statements is/are correct. (assume that the currents in the coils

are steady)

B) The frequency of oscillations is proportional to product i1i2

C) The frequency of oscillations is proportional to square root of R

D) The frequency of oscillations is proportional to radius r

33.

grounded as shown. Select the correct alternative (s)

B) Potential difference across A and B is E.

C) Current through the battery is zero

E

D) Current through the battery is r

34.

600

V

m between the plates. Now two neutral plates are

electric field of

connected by a conducting wire and are placed into the capacitor as

shown. The four plates are at equal distance from each other. Then

battery absorbs energy

B) By introducing two plates capacitance increases and the battery

supplies energy.

C) The electric field between pairs of plates from left to right is 900 V/m,

zero, and 900 V/m respectively.

D) The energy of the system of capacitors increases.

PARAGRAPH QUESTIONS

Paragraph-I:

Waves are generated from a wave source, (the phase angle is zero when

they are started.) and they travel along a straight line at a speed of 1 m/s.

When a point, in the wave, has zero displacement, the closest point which

has the maximum displacement is at a distance of 1 m.

35. The wavelength of the wave is

A) 1 m

B) 2 m

C) 3 m

D) 4m

36. Measured for initiation of the waves, when will phase of the point 5 m

from the wave-source first be 180o?

A) 6 seconds

B) 6 seconds

C) 7 seconds

D) 8 seconds

Paragraph-II:

If a long cylindrical region contains uniform volume density of positive

or negative charge, then by using Gauss Law or otherwise we can find

electric field at a perpendicular distance r from axis of cylinder.

Consider a long neutral metallic cylinder in a uniform and homogenous

ur

ur

rotated about axis with constant angular velocity . Consider the state

when charge redistribution within the cylinder becomes steady and all

electrons describe circular motion about axis of cylinder. Consider a

ur

ur

B

single free electron of mass m and let

&

are in same direction,

then

37.

If

e 1.6 x 10

19

eB

m

A) The interior gets uniform negative charge density and outer surface,

positive charge

B) The Interior gets non-uniform negative charge density and outer

surface, positive charge

C) The Interior gets positive uniform charge density and outer surface,

negative charge.

D) The Interior gets positive non-uniform charge density & outer surface,

no charge.

38.

If

eB

m

B) Both magnetic & electric force act in opposite direction.

C) Both magnetic & electric force act in same direction

D) There is only electric force and no magnetic force on free electron

39.

If

eB

m

B) The interior gets uniform positive charge density and outer surface

negative charge

C) The interior of the cylinder remains neutral everywhere

D) The interior gets non-uniform negative charge density and outer

surface, positive charge.

INTEGER QUESTIONS

40.

3a and 4a respectively. Shells Band D are given charges +q and q

respectively. Shell C is now earthed. The potential difference

Va Vc

kq

1

,k

xa

4 0 find the value of x .

41.

The circuit shown in figure, find the current through wire XY in ampere

42.

2

A.

R

The current in resistance 3 in the given circuit is x Find the value of

x.

43.

1.6 105 N / m2 .

y A sin 15 x 6000t .

Here y

received to the observers ear is 24 Pa, then the density of the medium

is given by n kg/m3. Find n.

44.

A standing wave

20 x

y A sin

where x and y are in metre. The distance between two successive points

A

oscillating with the amplitude 2 can be equal to x cm find the value of x

.

45.

isolated smaller sphere of radius R is charged to V/2 volts. Then the

smaller sphere is placed inside the bigger sphere without changing the net

charge on each sphere. The potential difference between the two spheres

would become V/n. Find the value of n.

46.

The potential energy of the system is U. The work done in bringing an

identical charge from infinity to the third unoccupied vertex is xU. Find

the value of x.

key

24. A

25. B

26. B

27. A

28. A

29. B

32. A

33. A,D

34. B,C,D

35. D

36. C

39. B

40. 6

41. 2

42. 3

43. 1

30. A

31. A,C

37. A

38. A

44. 5

45. 4

46. 2

21.

resistances is always 8 . Among all the possibilities for the values of

above three resistances,

8

A) 3

22.

B) 3

C) 9

D) 8

figure so that the upper plate is positively charged. An unknown

resistance R is connected in the left limb. As soon as the switch S in the

central limb. The capacitative time constant of the circuit is

A) 56 S

23.

B) 8 S

C) 200 S

D) 40 S

A very long straight conducting wire, lying along the Z axis carries a

current of 2A. The integral

B. dl

where P has the co-ordinates (2cm, 0, 0) and Q has the co-ordinates (2cm,

2cm, 0). The integral has the magnitude (in SI units)

A) zero

24.

7

B) 8 10

7

C) 2 10

7

D) 10

The relation between R and r (internal resistance of the battery) for which

the power consumed in the external resistance network is maximum, is

A) R r

B)

r

2

C) R 2r

D) R 1.5r

25.

0

0

capacitor at an acute angle 1 ( 0 , 90 ) with the plates and leaves at an

0

0

acute angle 2 ( 0 , 90 ) with the plates. The ratio of its kinetic energy

while entering the capacitor to that while leaving the capacitor will be

cos 2 2

2

A) cos 1

26.

cos2 1

2

B) cos 2

sin 2 2

2

C) sin 1

sin 2 1

2

D) sin 2

0

0

field B with a velocity v making an angle ( 0 , 90 ) with the boundary

when the particle penetrates half way into the field, the change in the

kinetic energy of the particle is

mv 2

sin

A) 2 B

27.

Bqd

sin

2

B) mv

C) zero

D) vdqB sin

An open pipe is suddenly closed at one end with the result that the

frequency of third harmonic of the closed pipe is found to be higher by

100Hz than the fundamental frequency of the open pipe. The fundamental

frequency of the open pipe is

A) 200Hz

B) 300Hz

C) 240Hz

D) 480Hz

28.

uniformly over its cross section. If the magnetic field at distances r and R

from the axis have equal magnitude, then

A)

Rr

2

B) a Rr

C)

Rr

Rr

D)

2Rr

Rr

29.

respectively. The plates of capacitors are connected as shown in figure.

An uncharged capacitor of capacity 1.5 f falls onto the free end of the

wire and sticks to it to complete the circuit. Then

30.

C) Positive charge flows through A from right to left

D) Positive charge flows through B from left to right

A charged particle enters into a gravity free space which contains an

electric field E and magnetic field B and it comes out without any

change in velocity. Then the possible cases may be

A) E 0, B 0

B) E 0, B 0

C) E 0, B 0

D) E 0, B 0

31.

In the circuit shown A and B are equal resistances. When S is closed, the

capacitor C charges due to the cell of emf and reaches a steady state.

Which of the following options is (are) correct?

B) In steady state heat is dissipated at the same rate in A and B

1 2

C

C) In the steady state energy stored in C is 4

1 2

C

D) In the steady state energy stored in C is 8

32.

33.

pipe is 200Hz. Then

A) The first overtone is 400Hz

B) The first overtone may be

400Hz

C) The first overtone may be 600Hz

D) 1000Hz is a overtone

INTEGERTYPE QUESTIONS

The electric field strength depends on the x, y, z coordinates according to

the law

a xi y j zk

y2 z2

3/ 2

2 1

where a 280 Nm c . If the potential

2

3, 2, 6

0,3, 4

difference between the points

and

is x volt , find the value

34.

equidistant from each other with plate area A each and the distance

between successive plates is d. A conductor connects plates 2 and 5 while

another conductor joins 1 and 3. The junction of 1 and 3 and plate 4 are

connected across a DC source. If the effective capacity of the system is

x 0 A

.

y d find x y

35.

circuit for cases when switch S is open and switch S is closed.

36.

passenger sitting in a moving train A records a frequency of 5.5KHz

while the train approaches the siren. During his return journey in a

different train B, he records a frequency of 6KHz while approaching the

same siren. Find the ratio of the speeds of train B to train A.(Assume

trains are not supersonic)

37.

In the circuit shown, switch S was open for a long time. When the switch

x

CV 2

10

.

Then x=

38.

The magnetic field inside a conducting wire varies with distance r from

aKr 3

j

,

4

0

its axis as B Kr . If current density in the wire is

find the

value of a

MATRIX MATCHING

39.

uniform and constant electric field E

existence of electric and/or magnetic field and direction of initial velocity

of charged particle is given and in Column II the probable path of the

charged particle is mentioned. Match the entries of Column I with

entries of Column II.

Column I

A) E 0, B 0, initial velocity 0

Column - II

p) Straight line

B) E 0, B 0 and initial velocity

q) Parabola

C) E 0, B 0, E || B and initial

r) Circular

0

velocity is perpendicular to

E

D) E 0, B 0, E B and initial

0

velocity is perpendicular

both E and B

40.

figure. Match the following.

Column I

A) Resistance across AB

Column - II

p) 5R

6

B) Resistance across AC

q) 7 R

12

C) Resistance across AE

r) 3R

4

s) 7 R

5

AB is removed

PHYSICS

21. C

22. D

23. D

24. B

25. A

26. C

27. A

28. B

29. A, B, D

33. 4

34. 8

30. A, C, D

31. A, B, D

35. 2

37. 0

39. A p, r , B p, q, C s, D p

36. 2

32. B, C, D

38. 5

40. A q, B r , C p, D s

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