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Daily assignment (Class-12th/CHSC) Sub-Physics


Name...No1 Date
23/03/2017.
Sec-A
1. How many electrons constitute one coulomb of negative charge?
2. What is the cause of charging?
3. Is mass of a body affected of charging?
4. Consider three charged bodies P, Q and R. If P and Q repel each other and P attracts
R.What is the nature of force between Q and R?
5. What is the minimum charge can be given to a body?
6. A glass rod rubbed with silk acquires a charge + 1.610-12C. What is the charge on
the silk?
7. What is the origin of frictional electricity?
8. What is the dimensional formula of ? o

9. Is electric field intensity a scalar or a vector?


10. Four charges of same magnitude and same sign are placed at the corners of a
square of each side 0.1 m. What is electric field intensity at the centre of the
square?
11. What is the unit of electric field intensity?
12. When is the net torque on an electric dipole in an electric is field maximum?
13. What is the net force on a dipole in uniform electric field?
14. When is an electric dipole in stable equilibrium in an electric field?
15. What is the direction of dipole moment?
16. When is an electric line of force straight?
17. Give the S.I unit of electric moment of a dipole?
18. Two point charges of +3c each are 100cm apart. At what point on the line
joining the charges will the electric intensity be zero? What is meant by
electrostatic induction?
19. Distinguish charging by induction and charging by conduction.
20. Explain the additive nature of electric charge.
Sec-B
3C 8C 5C
1. Two point charges and repel each other with a force of 40 N. If a charge of is added to
each of them, then the force between them will become
10N 10N 20N 20N
(a) (b) (c) (d)
40C 20C
2. Two charges of and are placed at a certain distance apart. They are touched and kept at
the same distance. The ratio of the initial to the final force between them is
8 :1 4 :1
(a) (b) (c) 1 : 8 (d) 1 : 1
Q1 Q2
3. A total charge Q is broken in two parts and and they are placed at a distance R from each other.
The maximum force of repulsion between them will occur, when
Q Q Q 2Q Q 3Q Q Q
Q2 , Q1 Q Q 2 , Q1 Q Q 2 , Q1 Q1 , Q 2
R R 4 3 4 4 2 2
(a) (b) (c) (d)
4. Three equal charges each +Q, placed at the corners of on equilateral triangle of side a what will be the
1 kQ2 2kQ2 2kQ2
k
4 0
a2 a2 a2
force on any charge (a) (b) (c) (d)
2
3kQ
a2
5. Equal charges Q are placed at the four corners A, B, C, D of a square of length a. The magnitude of the
force on the charge at B will be

3Q 2 4Q 2 1 1 2 Q2 1 Q2
2
4 0a2 4 0a2 2 4 0a2
2 4 0 a2
(a) (b) (c) (d)

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Daily assignment (Class-12th/CHSC) Sub-Mathematics
Name...No1 Date
23/03/2017.
Differentiate the followings

1. y = sinx tanx + cosx secx


x logx
2. y = logx x

3. y x y yx

4. cosx y siny x

xy dy
5. if xye find dx

sinxcosx dy
6. if y sinxcosx find dx
dy cosx
7. if y sinxsinxsinx sinx .. prove that dx 2 y1

dy y 2 logy

x
xa
a
x

xa
8. if ya prove that dx x 1 ylogx . logy
1
if y x
1
x
1
x dy y
9. 1 prove that
x dx 2 yx
1
x
1
x
..

10. find ,when x=acos3t and y=sin3t

11.
ylog X 2

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Daily assignment (Class-12th/CHSC) Sub-Chemistry
1. What is meant by transition elements? [1]
2. Zn, Cd and Hg are not regarded as transition elements why?
[1]
3. Give the general electronic configuration of d block elements. [1]

4. Why do transition element show variable oxidation state. [1]

5. What are inner transition elements. Write their electronic configurations. [2]

6. Explain briefly the magnetic behaviour of first row transition metal ions. [2]

7. Describe briefly the following physicochemical properties of transition metals:


[i] ionisation energy [ii] ionic radii [iii] complex formation

8. Describe how potassium permagnate is made from pyrolusite. Write the chemical equations for the
involved reactions. Describe with an example , each oxidising action of permanganate ion in alkaline
and acidic media. What acid and alkali are usually used [7]

Multiple Questions

1. Which groups of elements are called d-block elements in modern periodic table ?
(A) 1 to 2 (B) 3 to 10 (C) 3 to 12 (D) 13 to 18
2. Which block elements are more electropositive in modern periodic table ?
(A) s (B) p (C) d (D) f
3. Which block elements are less electropositive in modern periodic table ?
(A) s (B) p (C) d (D) f
4. Which elements transist between more electropositive and less electropositive elements ?
A) s (B) p (C) d (D) f
5. In modern periodic table, by which name d-block elements are known ?
(A) More electropositive elements (C) Transition elements
(B) Less electropositive elements (D) Inner transition elements