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F

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

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(Name) ................................................ Seat No. ..............................................................

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AUG - 32215 (To be filled by the Candidate)

Time Allowed : 1 Hours] [Maximum Marks : 100

Number of Pages in this Booklet : 20 Number of Questions in this Booklet : 50

Instructions for the Candidates

1. Write your Seat No. and OMR Sheet No. in the space provided 1.

on the top of this page.

2. This paper consists of 50 objective type questions. Each question

will carry two marks. All questions of Paper-II will be compulsory, 2.

covering entire syllabus (including all electives, without options).

3. At the commencement of examination, the question booklet

will be given to the student. In the first 5 minutes, you are

requested to open the booklet and compulsorily examine it as 3.

follows :

(i) To have access to the Question Booklet, tear off the

paper seal on the edge of this cover page. Do not accept

(i)

a booklet without sticker-seal or open booklet.

(ii) Tally the number of pages and number of questions

in the booklet with the information printed on the (ii)

cover page. Faulty booklets due to missing pages/

questions or questions repeated or not in serial

o rder or any other discre pancy should not be

accepted and correct booklet should be obtained

from the invigilator within the period of 5 minutes.

Afterwards, neither the Question Booklet will be

replaced nor any extra time will be given. The same

may please be noted.

(iii) After this verification is over, the OMR Sheet Number

should be entered on this Test Booklet. (iii)

4. Each question has four alternative responses marked (A), (B),

(C) and (D). You have to darken the circle as indicated below on

the correct response against each item. 4. (A), (B), (C) (D)

Example : where (C) is the correct response.

A B D

(C)

5. Your responses to the items are to be indicated in the OMR

Sheet given inside the Booklet only. If you mark at any place A B D

other than in the circle in the OMR Sheet, it will not be evaluated.

5.

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8. If you write your Name, Seat Number, Phone Number or put 6.

any mark on any part of the OMR Sheet, except for the space 7.

allotted for the relevant entries, which may disclose your 8.

identity, or use abusive language or employ any other unfair

means, you will render yourself liable to disqualification.

9. You have to return original OMR Sheet to the invigilator at the

end of the examination compulsorily and must not carry it with 9.

you outside the Examination Hall. You are, however, allowed

to carry the Test Booklet and duplicate copy of OMR Sheet on

conclusion of examination.

10. Use only Blue/Black Ball point pen. 10.

11. Use of any calculator or log table, etc., is prohibited. 11.

12. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers. 12.

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Physical Science

Paper II

Time Allowed : 75 Minutes] [Maximum Marks : 100

Note : This Paper contains Fifty (50) multiple choice questions. Each question

carries Two (2) marks. Attempt All questions.

1. If a is a constant vector, then

Fourier series expansion of the

is :

(A) 2

(A) a

(B) 2/3

(B) 2a

(C) /2

(C) 0 3/3

(D)

(D) a/2 4. Fourier transform of unit step

2. The volume of the parallelepiped function :

with sides : 1 x 0

x

0 x 0

a i 2 j 3 k,

is :

b 4 i 5 j 6 k and

1

(A)

2 k

c 7 i 8 j 10 k is :

1

(A) 2 3 (B) k

2

(B) 2 1 1

(C)

2 k2

(C) 3

1 k

(D) 3 (D) e

2 k

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z2

5. The residue of at z = ia 7. y ( x ) satisfies the differential

z2 a2

is : equation :

y cosec x

dx 2

(B) ia

The complementary function part

(B) yc(x) = xeix

distinct number from 1 to 5) is

(C) yc(x) = (c1 sin x + c2 cos x) ex

shuffled thoroughly. Two cards are

(D) yc(x) = c1ex + c2 cos x

then removed one at a time from the

the two cards are selected with the with non-zero determinant. If :

number on the first card being one

ABCD = I,

higher than the number on the

then B1 is :

second card ?

(A) D1C1A1

(A) 1/5

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9. The degrees of freedom for a particle

the Lagrangian is due to space is

falling under gravity (without air isotropic characteristic of the

inertial frame of reference ?

resistance) are : (A) Invariant to translation

(B) Invariant to time

(A) Zero

(C) Invariant to rotation

(D) Explicit function of time

(B) One

12. For a given system, Hamiltonian

H(q, p) is defined as :

(C) Two

H(q, p) = p + 1 p 2 sin q |p| 1.

The Hamiltons equations of motion

(D) Three

are :

p sin q

10. A particle of mass m is released from (A) q 1 ,

1 p2

height h. Its velocity at the position p 1 p 2 cos q

(B) q 1 ,

1 p2

to (h/2) is :

p 1 p 2 cos q

2g 2 p cos q

(A) v = (C) q 1 ,

h 1 p2

2g p 1 p 2 cos q

(B) v =

h

p sin q

(D) q 1 ,

(C) v = g. h 1 p2

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13. For a particle under the action of 15. The plane of oscillation of Focoult

central force, which of the following pendulum rotates with infinite

quantities is invariant ? period, when it is located at ( is the

holds true for a rigid rotator (or

16. An observer is moving with

rotor) ?

relativistic speed u . His length

(A) All the three principal moments

measurements along the direction

of inertia are different

of velocity are half of the

(B) All the three principal moments measurements made when he

of inertia are equal

was at rest. His time measurement

(C) Two of the three principal of 1 hr. when he was at rest, now

moments of inertia are equal becomes :

and the third one is non-zero

(A) 30 minutes

and different

(B) 01 hour

(D) Two of the three principal

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17. The magnetic induction B at point

100 electric dipoles of unit moments.

O in the figure is given as : What would be the flux of electric

20

(A) V cm

0

100

(B) V cm

30 0

(C) Zero V cm

200

(D) V cm

0

0

I 1 1 through a copper pipe of inner

(A) 4 R1 R2 radius 10 cm. Which of the following

statements is valid ?

0I except along the axial points of

(B) R1 R 2

4 the pipe.

inside the pipe is zero.

0

I 1 1

(C) 4 R1 R2 (C) The magnetic field everywhere

inside the pipe is constant and

non-zero.

(D) R1 + R 2

4 uniform inside the pipe.

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homogeneous linear dielectric magnetic field is more appropriately

material is placed in an uniform expressed as :

density J

electric field E inside the dielectric M

because :

(A) Zero

holds good in certain cases only

(B) Uniform non-zero and parallel

(B) It is difficult to prove the

to E 0 continuity equation rigorously

(C) Uniform non-zero and anti- (C) It is not required for time-

parallel to E 0

(D) It is already included implicitly

(D) Non-uniform but along E 0 in the Maxwells equations

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23. If A and V are the vector and

propagating in certain medium

scalar potentials, respectively,

energy density to the magnetic

this medium ?

(A) Conduction current is about

V

(A) A 0 0 currents are of the same

t

magnitude

V

(B) A 0 0 (C) Displacement current is about

t

100 times larger than the

A conduction current

(C) V 0 0

t

(D) The medium through which the

V EM wave is propagating is a

(D) A 0 0

t

dielectric

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25. A proton of mass m and charge Q

is moving in counter-clockwise

is the value of the commutator

[ A , B ] ?

(D) Zero

radius of the orbit, then angular

momentum p acquired by the

(x) = A sin kx, (corresponding to

particle is given by :

particles of mass m) gives rise to

(A) p = QBR

(A) | A| 2 k / m

QB

(B) p =

R

(B) | A| 2 k

QB

(C) p =

mR (C) | A| 2 sin k x cos k x m

QBR

(D) p = (D) Zero

m

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moving in one-dimensional time

independent potential V( x ) is

r ep r esen t ed b y ( x ) = e iax + b

where a and b are real constants.

derivative !" at x = a ?

This means that the potential V(x)

is of the form :

(A) V(x) # x

(B) V(x) # x2

discontinuous

(D) ! is discontinuous and !" must

be continuous

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31. Which of the following is an

one-dimensional system, the

p 2x

H = + m$2x2 + %x = H0 + %x

2m operator , such that the

i x

where % is very small. The

eigenfunction describes a particle

eigenvalues of H0 are $ n

n moving in free space in the

direction of positive x -axis, with

(A) The energy levels are not

n

momentum ?

parity

by a constant amount

(B) eikx

(C) Only n = odd energy

(C) cos kx

(D) sin kx

eigenvalues are shifted

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32. A system in one-dimension is in a

state described by :

well potential (width a and depth

V0) is :

(x, t) = A exp{i(px Et)/ } +

(A) Zero

B exp{i(px + Et)/ }

(B) Depends on V0

(C) Depends on a

current density is given by :

(A) 0

(B) (|A| |B|) p/m

(B) i L

(C) (|A|2 + |B|2) p/m

(C) l(l + 1) 2

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35. A constant volume ideal gas 36. Consider a process in which a system

is in thermal equilibrium with a

heat reservoir at temperature T.

measures a pressure pA. When the

same thermometer is brought in

thermal equilibrium with another

called :

now be :

(A) Isothermal process

(A) pA/3

(B) 2

pA 3

(C) 3pA

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37. A Carnot engine operates between 38. A gas is contained in a box of volume

V at pressure P and temperature T.

two temperatures T 1 and T 2 as

One wall of the box is moved at a

shown in the diagram. very high speed so that the volume

is doubled. Which of the following

is true ?

characterized by independent

variables entropy S and volume V

The maximum efficiency of the

and dependent variables pressure P

and temperature T. Then which of

engine &max is given by :

the following is true ?

T P T

(A) &max = 1 1 (A)

T2 S V

V S

T P T

(B) &max = 2 (B)

T1 S V V S

T P T

(C) &max = 1 + 2 (C)

T1 T V V S

T P T

(D) &max = 1 2 (D)

T1 T V V S

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40. A system consists of 3 independent 42. In the Debye model of specific heat

particles. Each particle can occupy

of solids, the specific heat at low

any of the two energy states with

reservoir at temperature T. Its

(A) T 3/2

partition function will be :

(B) Z = 1 + e'

(C) T 3

(C) Z = 1 + e3'

(D) T 1/2

(D) Z = 1 + e' + e2' + e3'

(A) Energy is created

the average speed of the molecule

(A)

m

simple d.c. source into a.c.

8k T

(B)

m energy at some specific

(C) 0

frequency

2k T

(D) (D) Energy is maintained

m

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44. In an experiment, the voltage 45. When two rotary pumps are

across a 10 k( resistor is applied to

chamber, the ultimate pressure can

CRO. The screen shows a sinusoidal

be achieved is closest to :

(A) 1 106 Torr

(B) 1 105 Torr

(C) 1 103 Torr

(D) 1 109 Torr

46. Which of the following noise can be

signal ?

(A) 250 kHz

(B) 250 Hz

(B) Shot noise

(C) Flicker noise

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47. In which of the following detector 49. A McLead gauge has a volume of

100 ml and a capillary of 0.5 mm

P-N junction diode is used ?

diameter. The pressure indicated by

corresponds to :

(B) Scintillation counter

(A) 24.54 109

(C) Lithium drifted detector

(B) 12.27 1010

3.2 1013 N. With an electric field

refractive index 1.5 is introduced

of 5 105 V/m between the plates

normally in the path of one of the

of Millikans oil-drop apparatus, this interfering beams of Michelsons

with light of wavelength 4800 .

balanced. The charge on the drop in

This causes 500 dark fringes to

electron charge units is : sweep across the field of view. The

thickness of the film is :

(A) 2 electrons

(A) 0.012 cm

(B) 4 electrons

(B) 0.024 cm

(C) 3 electrons

(C) 0.005 cm

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ROUGH WORK

19 [P.T.O.

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