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ELECTROSTATICS
EXERCISE # (O)
1. Ans. (A)
Both cuts equal number of electric lines
2. Ans. (C)
Qin rdV Area under r v/s x graph 3
f= = = =
0 0 0 4
3. Ans. (C)
4. Ans. (B)
t = PE sinq as magnitude of P and E is constant torque sinq
5. Ans. (C)
r
a
qin Q + 4p r 2 dr Q + 2pa (r 2 - R 2 )
E.dr = 0 E (4pr2) = R r =
0
0

a Q - 2pa R 2
E= + Q = 2pa R 2
2 0 4p 0 r 2

6. Ans. (A)
7. Ans. (C)
8. Ans. (A, B, D)
9. Ans. (A, D)
Sol. It we draw a cuboid Gausian surface of lateral cross section A and height h and width 2x where
x = distance from central line then E will be pointing as shown (by symmetry)
qencl
fg = Eds = 2EA =
e0 (Flux through lateral surface if E = Electric field at distance x
qenclosed = [ (l) (2x) (h) ] r
q enclosed 2Axr (2x )(l)hr 2xAr
= =
2E A = e0 e0 = e0 e 0 [as lh = A]
r
So E = - e x
0 front view

qr
Force = qE = - e x
0

d 2 x - qr qr
m = x w2 = 2d
dt 2
e0 e0m

qr 1 qr
w=
e 0 m ; n = 2p me 0
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10. Ans. (A, B, C, D)


m
Sol. (A) Only equilibrium position changes. Time period remains same T = 2p .
k
1 2 1
(B) kx = mv 2 \ v at mean position is same amplitude will be same.
2 2
3mg
(C) In case - 4 Eaquilibrium position x0 = .
k
11. Ans. (A,B)
r r
f = E .A
fin = -ve and fout = + ve
qin
Qnet =
e0
f1 = 0, f2 = E0 a3 , f3 = E0 a3 , f 4 = 0, f5 = 0, f6 = 0
qin
Qnet = f1 + f2 + f3 + f4 + f5 + f6 = 2 E0 a3 2 E0 a3 = qin = 2e 0 E0 a3
0
12. Ans. (A,C,D)
qE
Along X axis, ux = u cosq , a x = - Along Y axis, uy = u sinq , ay = g
m
qE 2 1
Equations of motion along X and Y axes would be x = u cos qt - t and y = u sinqt gt2
2m 2
r
Time of flight remains unchanged as vertical motion is not affected by E . Range of the particle in the
u 2 sin2q
present case is always less than whatever be the value of
g
2
2u sin q 1 qE 2u sin q u2 sin2q
E. R = xt=T = u cosq - m g < g
g 2
13. Ans. (B,D)

EA = field due to charge on A; EAB = field due to charges on B and C

14. Ans. (B,C)


+2Q
15. Ans. (ACD) -Q
Q charge must be induced on the inner surface of the shell. +Q
Hence +2Q charge appears on its outer surface. R
C

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16. Ans. (A,C)


KQ KQ
Potential inside ( r < R ) ; Potential out side (r > R )
R r
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17. Ans. (C)
a a
At t = 0; qE + f = 2 ma; mgR + qER = I A a = I A ; mg + qE = (mR 2 + mR2 + 2mR2 ) 2
R R
g g N
qE = mg, so a = f = 2ma qE= 2m - mg = 0
2 2 qE
mg
18. Ans. (B) mg
Work done by electric field can be calculated by calculating. f
A
Displacement of charge in the direction of field which is (see figure)
p N
S = - 1 R p
2 B AB = R
mg R 2
p 4
So work done = qER - 1 = mgR
2 7 A p
R p
19. Ans. (A) 2 RR
2
After 90 rotation. Using work energy theorem w
4 1 11 g R 11 g R 2
11
mgR + mgR = I A w 2 ; = w ; v com = w = = Rg . A
7 2 7 R 2 7 R 4 28
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20. Ans. (B)
R 3
m 0 + 2m
yi = 2 = R =y
f
3m 3
21. Ans. (A) V
From conservation of momentum along y-direction
0 = mV 2 mv V = 2v

Now using energy conservation
v v
q2 1 1 q2 q2
= m 4v 2 + mv 2 2 + v=
4p 0 R 2 2 4p 0 (2R) 24p 0 mR
\ V = 2v
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22. Ans. (A)
y
r Q8R r
r
p = Qd = j ; rt = pr E = pE sin qk ; tr = 8QRE
3p 3p x
23. Ans. (C)
t net = Ia ; t electric - Fr R = Ia

8QRE mR2 a
From the equation of translatory motion fr = ma - maR =
3p 2 R
16QE
By solving above equation a =
9pm

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24. Ans. (C)


16QE 16QE 16QE
Fr = ma = m = Q Fr = mN = mmg \ = mmg m = 16QE
9pm 9p 9p 9pmg
25. Ans. (A) (Q,R) ; (B) (P,S,T) ; (C) (P,Q,T) ; (D) (P,S)
kQ kQ kq1q 2
Sol. v = &E= 2 &U=
r r r

r r
for by symmetry E is | | to the axis E is ^ as to the axis.

26. Ans. (A) (P,Q,T) ; (B) (Q,R,S) ; (C) (Q,R,S) ; (D) (R,S)
27. Ans. (A) (R) ; (B) (S) ; (C) (P,R,S,T) ; (D) (S)
Apply Gauss law in all cases

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EXERCISE # (S)

1. Ans. 2

s 2 sR
R + h - h ;
2
VP = V0 = 2
2 0 0

To just reach mgh


ghs s
= q [V0VP] 4 g = 2 R - R + h + h
2 2

0 0
O
h h
= R + h - R 2 + h2 R 2 + h2 = R +
2 2
2
2 h22 3h2
2 4 R
R +h =R + + Rh = Rh h = R = 2 m=2
4 4 3 3
OR
m
R
Check dimensionally h = 2 m =2
3
2. Ans. 5
5 - 2x dv x 5 - 2x
Fx = (1 10-6 ) ( 5 - 2x ) 106 = 5 - 2x a x = , vx =
2 dx 2
0 X max


0
2v x dv x = (5 - 2x ) dx
0
5X max - X max
2
=0

3. Ans. 9
l
Sol. For 0 < x < , dt1 = E0 (ldx)x dF
2

dx
l/2 l/2 4
15E 0 l 15E 0 l4
t1 = ( 2
)
E0 15x dx x = 15E
0
3
x dx =
4 4 =
64
0 0

For
1
< x < l, dt2 = E0 (bx dx)x t2 =
n
l

E 0 bx n +1dx = E 0 b (2 n +2
-1 )l n +2
2 l/2 n+2 2 n +2

15E 0 l4 ( )
E 0 b 2n +2 - 1 l n+ 2
dx
Now According to question t1 = t2 =
64 ( n + 2) 2n+2 dF
4 = n+2 n=2 and b=1 Therefore (a+b) = (2+1) = 9 2 2

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4. Ans. 4
K = 104 N/m; m = 5kg
kq 2
Ui =
(0.5)
+
kq 2 1 0.4
Uf = - mg ( 0.1) + kx 2
0.4 2

1 2
Ui + ki = Uf + kf f - (kq2) (2) = kq2(2.5) + mg(0.1) kx
2
1 2 kq 2
kx = + mg(0.1)
2 2
1 ( 2 ) 1 (9 10 9 ) q 2 45 2
10 = + = q2
2 100 2 590 10 9
5 2
q2 = = 108 q = 100 C a 25 = 100 a = 4
10 9
kP
5. Ans. ( - $i - 2 $j)
2 y3
6. Ans. 4 py ( y2 + 4 x2)1/2
7. Ans. Vmax = 20 m/s
1 1 1
Sol. kq2 - = m(V2)
r 2r 2

kq 2 1
= mV2
2r 2

kq 2 1 1
r
= m
2 ( 2V )
2
=
2
2
m (Vmax )

(
Vmax = V 2 = 10 2 2 = 20 m/s. )
8. Ans. 168
Let v1 and v2 be the speeds of sphere A and B just before collision, then from conservation of energy,
1 2 1 2 K.Q(-2Q)
0= mv12 1 + + (2m) v 22 1 + +
2 3 2 5 2R

5 7 K.Q 2 5 7 K.Q 2
0= mv12 + mv 22 - ; mv12 + mv 22 = ...(i)
6 5 R 6 5 R
From conservation of angular momentum about any point O

2 2 v1 2 2
v 2 42
0= mv 1R + mR . - 2 mv 2 R - ( 2 m ) r ; v1 = v 2 ...(ii)
3 R
5 R
25

25 KQ 2 42 KQ 2
Solving equation (i) and (ii) KB = ; KA =
67 R 67 R

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EMI & AC

EXERCISE # (O)

1. Ans. (B,C)
1 1
Here = = 2000rad / s
LC 5 10 50 10-6
-3

1 V 20 / 2
w= so resonance condition I = = = 2 = 1.4A
LC R 6+4

Reading of ammeter = 1.4A. Reading of voltmeter= 4 2 V = 5.6 V


2. Ans. (C)

2
1
We have, Z = R + 2
, thus w , Z i increases
wC

3. Ans. (A,C,D)
V12 = VR2 + VL2

V2 = VC - VL

V 2 = VR2 + (VC - VL )
2

VR
PF =
VC - VL

4. Ans. (B)
I = I0et/t., t = L/R
5. Ans. (B, D)
6. Ans. (B)

mgl 1 ml2 1
The maximum emf will be at mean position of oscillation \ 2 (1 - cos a ) = 2 3 w and e = Bwl2
2

7. Ans. (D)

df dr
E= , f = Bp r 2 and = constant so E is constant
dt dt
8. Ans. (B)

df df df
= >
dt dt dt

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9. Ans. (B,C)
In steady state
P
B

F
R vterminal l C
qmax Blvterminal
BlVterminal = also iBl = F & i =
C R

10. Ans. (A)


df
f = pr2 [cos wt $j + sin wt ( $i )] . [B y $j + B z k]
$ , f = B pr2cos wt, E = = By wpr2 sin wt
2 y dt
11. Ans. (D)
12. Ans. (B)
13. Ans. (C)
14. Ans. (D)
di di di t2
V = 2t L = 2t 2 = 2t i= i t graph parabola
dt dt dt 2
1 1 dU di t2
U= Li2 = 2 4 = 4J and dt =Li =2 t = t3 = 1J/s
2 2 dt 2
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15. Ans. (C)
16. Ans. (A)
17. Ans. (B)
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18. Ans. (B)

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At t = 0 E I1 = R = = 5A
R1 R2 1 5

19. Ans. (A)

At t = E I1 = 0
R1 R2

20. Ans. (C)


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I2 = R = = 2.5 A
2 10

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21. Ans. (B)
22. Ans. (C)
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23. Ans. (D)
As current is leading the source voltage, so circuit should be capacitive in nature and as phase difference
p
is not , it must contain resistor also.
2
24. Ans. (A)
f p p -1 1 p 1
Time delay = = f = ; tan = =R
w 400 4 RwC 4 wC

v0 100 1
i0 = 2= R = 50W and C = = 200mF
1
2 2
R +R 2 50 100
R2 +
wC

25. Ans. (B)


i

t
-
For DC circuit i = i0 e RC
and RC = 0.01 sec.
1
t
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26. Ans. (B)
27. Ans. (B)
28. Ans. (A) Q, (B) R (C) S
R R 20
Sol. (A) f = tan1 X = tan1 = tan1 2 = tan1 (1)
L wL 2p
f = p/4
l
(B) T = 2p ; So T1 2s ; T2 4s
g

2p 2p 1 1
Df = (Dw)t = - t = 2p - 1
T1 T2 2 4
Df = p/2
2p 2pf
(C) Df = kDx = Dx = Dx = p
l V

T
V= = 100 m/s
m
29. Ans. (A) QR (B) S, (C) S (D) S
For (A) : emf = E and final current is zero.
For (B) : emf = E and current is increasing.
For (C) : emf = E and final current is E/R.
For (D): emf = E and current is increasing.

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EXERCISE # (S)
1. Ans. 8
r r df e Ka2 C
f = B. A ; e = - = K p a 2
; i = = and at t = T ; B = 0 0 = C - KT T =
dt R R K
p a 2C
q = iT = = 8C
R
2. Ans. 4
p ts 2 3 p ts a4 2
a

P=
2
a 0 r dr =
8
a

3. Ans. L = 10 mH ,V = 100 mV, M = 5 mH


4. Ans. clockwise, BV 4 R 2 - v 2 t 2
5.. Ans. 300
1 1
w= = -5
LC 2 10
Equation of oscillation of charge on capacitor is q = q0coswt
q2 1 2
Energy in capacitor = and energy in inductor = Li
2C 2
1 2 1 q2 p
Given : Li = ; solving t = ms a = 300
2 3 2C 300
E R1
6. Ans. R R + R R + R R
1 2 2 3 3 1
7. Ans. 125 or 1250
q2
Sol. = 160 mJ ... (1)
2C
q
= 16 V ... (2)
C
from (1) & (2) :
q 160 10 -6
=
2 16
Q = 20 106 C
q 20
\ C= = mF = 1.25 mF
16 16
8. Ans. 400
1
From the given data w L = . Thus power factor is zero
wC
V2
Power dissipated = = 400W
R
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MAGNETIC EFFECT OF CURRENT

EXERCISE # (O)
1. Ans. (C)
y

A B
BA BB
x

2. Ans. (B)

3. Ans. (D)
Sol. Imagine 3 loops.

B0

B= B02 + B02 + B02 = 3 B0 towards F


4. Ans. (B)
pr 2 R
For ring to be in equilibrium, mgr Q .r
2pr

5. Ans. (A)
Length PS = 2 r {r = radius of circular part of loop}
FPS = ilB = i 2 r B = F
length PQR = 2 r; FPQR = 2 F
6. Ans. (C)

(
F = BIL -3 j + 2i )

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7. Ans. (B)
Since the projection of AB on CD is the same and both carry the same current so each pair
experiences the same force.
8. Ans. (B)
Since momentum is conserved so r1 = r2

9. Ans. (B)
F
( )
F 2i 2 2 2 A 4 2i
F
10. Ans. (A)

F
q 2Fmcosq

F
11. Ans. (A)

r
L
iL2 B
Torque due to magnetic force | dt |= (idrB) r =
0 2 dr

iL2 B 5iLB i r
In equilibrium = (kx ) L sin 30 or x =
2 8k
12. Ans. (A)
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13. Ans. (D)
Geographical north of earth is south pole of the earths magnetism
14. Ans. (D)
2p m
Pitch = V|| time to complete one rotation = V||
qB
2p m
Period of rotation =
qB
15. Ans. (C)
If electron rotates counterclockwise, proton will rotate clockwise if seen from noth pole.
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16. Ans. (B)
r r
t M B niA B 250 100 10-6 2.1 1.2 10-4 0.23
t = Kq K = = = K = = 5.2 108 Nm/
q q q 28
degree
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17. Ans. (B)


t niAB 2
q= = ; 56
K 5.2 10-8
18. Ans. (B)
niAB
I= , B = 3B, K = 3K q = 28
qK
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19. Ans. (A)

( )
Fm = q 8i - 6 j + 4 k 106 0.4 k

Fm = 4q 10 5 -6i - 8 j =1.6

q = 4 10 -7
20. Ans. (B)
Pitch will be around z-axis.

21. Ans. (C)


m
z = 106 4 3 2 p
qB
22. Ans. (A) (Q) ; (B) (P) ; (C) (S) ; (D) (R)

mo I 1
6 2

3 2
For (A) : 4p x
2

I J 4px 2 m 0 J px 2
For (B) : J = ; B = m -
2p ( 2 x )
0
8pr 2 2 px 2
I
For (C) : m 0 -0
2p (1.5x )
23. Ans. (A)(P,R), (B)(S), (C)(P,Q,R), (D)(P,R)
24. Ans. (A) (PQ); (B) (Q); (C) (R); (D) (PST)
V - Blv V - Blv
For (A) : =i ; F= Bl
R R
For (B) : rod is non-conducting so no current
For (C) : No energy dissipated as no resistance
R Red executes SHM.
F = i lB to left fext to right
Ldi
F = ilB, = Blv not possible to move with constant v.
dt
For (D) : Energy is dissipated during the motion.
Rod will stop.
Work done by F is equal to energy dissipated during the motion.

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EXERCISE # (S)
1. Ans. 0
2. Ans. BKLM do not apply force on charge.
m0 I
(i) - 4R q v0 k (ii) F1 = 2 I R B F 2 =2 I R B , Net force = F 1 + F2 = 4 I R B $i

3. Ans. 525
For the rod to remain horizontal, tnet =0

3L t = mr Br = Ni L B I =
2
L L t air
tair = r .v.v ; mag 2
4 2 4 4 L
NB
4
N
4. Ans. Nmax = 3mg + qB 2 gR
v
1 2
mv = mgR mg
2
mv 2 Fm
N = mg + Fm +
R
5. Ans. 0.62 N < F < 0.88 N
Fm = 0.5 N
mg =1
3 3
N= = 1.29 (F+mg)sin30 (F+mg)cos30
4 m
Fm m

( Fm + mg) sin 30 = 0.75 mg


mN = 0.129

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