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Choose the Correct Answer : 8x1=8
1. Red light has a wavelength of 7000 Å. In μm it is ___ a. 0.7 μm; b. 7 μm; c. 70 μm; d. 0.07 μm
2. The number of significant digits 0.0006032 is _____ a. 8; b. 7; c. 4; d. 2
3. The dimensional formula for gravitational constant is ____ a. M1L3T-2; b. M-1L3T-2; c. M-1L-3T-2; d. M1L-3T2
4. _____ have the same dimentional formula.
a. force and momentum; b. stress and strain; c. density and linear density; d. work and potential energy
5. Inertia of a boy has direct dependence on ______ a. velocity; b. mass; c. Area; d. volume
6. Newton’s first law of lotion gives the concept of ________ a. energy; b. work; c. momentum; d. Inertia
7. The distance travelled by a body, falling freely from rest in one, two and three seconds are in ratio
a. 1:2:3; b. 1:3:5; c. 1:4:9; d. 9:4:1
8. The rate of change of angular momentum is equal to ___a. force;b. Angular acceleration;c. Torque;d. Moment of inertia
9. Rotational analogue of mass in linear motion is ___ a. weight; b. moment of inertia; c. Torque; d. Angular momentum.
10. The angular speed of minute arm in a watch is____
𝜋 𝜋 𝜋 𝜋
a. 𝑟𝑎𝑑 𝑠 −1 ; b. 𝑟𝑎𝑑 𝑠 −1 ; c. 𝑟𝑎𝑑 𝑠 −1 ; d. 𝑟𝑎𝑑 𝑠 −1
21600 12 3600 1800
11. Force due to gravity in least at a latitude of ______ a. 0°; b. 45°; c. 60°; d. 90°
12. Which of the following objects do not belong to the solar system?
a. Comets; b. Nebulae; c. Asteroids; d. Planets
13. If the earth stops rotating, the value of g at the equator will ______
a. increase; b. decrease; c. remain same; d. become zero
14. For a perfect rigid body, young modulus is ______ a. zero; b. infinity; c. 1; d. -1.
15. If the temperature of a liquid is raised, then its surface tension is ____
a. decreased; b. increased; c. does not change; d. equal to viscosity.
II. Write any 10 Questions 10x2=20
1 2
1. Show the 𝑔𝑡 has the same dimensions of distance
2. Distinguish between fundamental units and derived units.
3. Differentiate between speed and velocity of a body.
4. What are scalar and vector quantities?
5. Write any three examples for couples.
6. What are the different types of equilibrium?
7. State the universal law of gravitation.
8. What is albedo?
9. The moon has no atmosphere. Why?
10. State Hook’s law.
11. What is Reynold’s number?
12. State the number of significant figures in the following. i. 600900; ii. 5212.0; iii. 6.320; iv. 0.0631.
III. Write any 10 Questions. Question 11 Compulsory 10x3=30
1. What are random errors? How can we minimize these errors?
2. What are the limitations of dimensional analysis?
3. State Newton’s law of motion.
4. State and prove Lami’s theorem.
5. State the law of conservation of angular momentum.
6. Derive the equations of rotational motion.
7. State Kepler’s laws of planetary motion.
8. What are asteroids?
9. Define cohesive force and adhesive force. Give Examples.
10. Establish the relation between surface tension and surface energy.
11. Prove that for a given velocity of projection, the horizontal range is same for two angles of projection ∞ and (90-∞)

Check whether the equation 𝜆 is dimensionally correct.
IV. Write any 7 Questions 7x5=35
1. Give the rules and conventions followed while writing SI units.
2. What are the uses of dimensional analysis? Explain with one examples?
3. State and prove law of conservation of linear momentum.
4. State and prove parallelogram law of vector.
5. State and prove parallel axes theorem.
6. Show that the moment of inertia of a rigid body is twice the kinetic energy of rotation.
7. State and prove Bernoulli’s theorem.
8. Explain the three module of elasticity.