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Physics

Time: 2 hours

Note: Question number 1 to 8 carries 2 marks each, 9 to 16 carries 4 marks each and 17 to 18 carries

6 marks each.

Q1. A whistling train approaches a junction. An observer standing at junction observes the frequency to be

2.2 KHz and 1.8 KHz of the approaching and the receding train. Find the speed of the train (speed of

sound = 300 m/s)

v

f ' = f0

v − vs

300

2200 = f0

300 − v s

While receding

v

f '' = f0

v + vs

300

1800 = f0

300 + v s

On solving velocity of source (train) vs = 30 m/s

Q2. A conducting liquid bubble of radius a and thickness t (t <<a) is charged to potential V. If the bubble

collapses to a droplet, find the potential on the droplet.

1 q

Sol. Potential of the bubble (V) = a

4πε0 a

t

by conservation of volume

4

4πa2 t = πR3

3

( )

13

R = 3a2 t

Hence, potential on the droplet

1 q

V' = (as charge is conserved)

4πε0 R

13

a

⇒ V' = .V

3t

E 0 ≤ x ≤ 1

V (x) = 0

0 x >1

λ1 and λ2 are the de−Broglie wavelengths of the particle, when 0 ≤ x ≤ 1 and x > 1 respectively. If the

total energy of particle is 2E0, find λ1/λ2.

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h

λ1 =

2mE0

KE = 2E0 (for x > 1)

h

λ2 =

4mE0

λ1

= 2

λ2

with an angular velocity ω. Find the difference

in height H of the liquid (density ρ) level,

where diameter of the tube d << L.

H

L ω

Sol. ∫

∆PA = dmxω2

0

ω2L2 ρA

ρgHA = H

2

L2 ω2

H=

2g

dx

x

frictionless nail at O. A bullet of mass m strikes with velocity v

and sticks to it. Find angular velocity of the system M L

immediately after the collision about O.

m

v

ML2

(mv)L = (mL2 + )ω

3

3mv

ω=

(3m + M)L

Q6. What will be the minimum angle of incidence such that the µ 1 = √2

total internal reflection occurs on both the surfaces?

µ2 = 2

µ 3 = √3

2 sinc1 = 2 sin90°

⇒ c1 = 450 θ θ µ2=2

For second surface θ θ

2 sinc2= 3 sin90°

⇒ c2 = 60° µ3= √3

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Q7. The side of a cube is measured by vernier callipers (10 divisions of a vernier scale coincide with

9 divisions of main scale, where 1 division of main scale is 1 mm). The main scale reads 10 mm and

first division of vernier scale coincides with the main scale. Mass of the cube is 2.736 g. Find the

density of the cube in appropriate significant figures.

9

Sol. Least count of vernier callipers = (1 – )mm = 0.1mm

10

Side of the cube = 10 mm + 1 × 0.1 mm = 10.1 mm = 1.01 cm

2.736

Density = 3

= 2.66g / cm3

(1.01)

resistances R1, R2 or R3. Their corresponding null points

are A, B and C. Find which of the above will give the

most accurate reading and why?

X R

A B C

R = R1 or R2 or R3

r1R

Sol. X=

r2

δX δr δr

= 1 + 2

X r1 r2 X R

δr1 = δr2 = ∆ G

r1 r2

δX r1 + r2

= ∆

A B C

X r1r2

δX

For to be minimum, r1r2 should be maximum and as r1 + r2 is constant.

X

This is true for r1 = r2 .

So R2 gives most accurate value.

Q9. A transverse harmonic disturbance is produced in a string. The maximum transverse velocity is 3 m/s

and maximum transverse acceleration is 90 m/s2. If the wave velocity is 20 m/s then find the

waveform.

ωA 3

2

= ⇒ ω = 30 rad/s

ω A 90

ω 3

v= ⇒ k = m −1

k 2

A = 10 cm

Considering sinusoidal harmonic function

3

∴ y = (10 cm) sin(30t ± x + φ)

2

Q10. A cylinder of mass m and radius R rolls down an inclined plane of inclination θ. Calculate the linear

acceleration of the axis of cylinder.

fR = Iaxis α (2)

aaxis

aaxis = Rα (3) N

2gsin θ mg

aaxis =

3 θ

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Q11. A long solenoid of radius a and number of turns per a

unit length n is enclosed by cylindrical shell of d

radius R, thickness d (d<<R) and length L. A

variable current i = i0sin ωt flows through the coil. If

L

the resistivity of the material of cylindrical shell is ρ,

find the induced current in the shell.

I R

dφ ×××××

ε= = (µ0 ni0 ω cos ωt)π a2 Induced × ×a d

dt current ×× × ×××

×

ρ2πR

Resistance =

Ld

(µ0ni0 ω cos ωt) πa2 (Ld)

I=

ρ2πR

length L are resting on the rough horizontal L

surface as shown in the figure. A block of m

mass m hangs from P. If the system is in

equilibrium, find the magnitude and the θ θ

direction of frictional force at A and B. A B

ΣFy = 0 y

2M + m mg

⇒ N= g N N

2

For rotational equilibrium of either ladder Mg Mg x

A B

Calculating torque about P f f

L

NL cos θ − Mg cosθ − fL sinθ = 0

2

cot θ

⇒ f = (M+m)g

2

Q13. Highly energetic electrons are bombarded on a target of an element containing 30 neutrons. The ratio

of radii of nucleus to that of Helium nucleus is (14)1/3. Find

(a) atomic number of the nucleus.

(b) the frequency of Kα line of the X−ray produced. (R = 1.1 × 107 m−1 and c = 3 ×108 m/s)

Sol. r = r0 A1/3

13

r A

= = 141 3

rHe 4

⇒ A = 56 and Z = (56 − 30) = 26

for Kα−line,

3Rc

v= ( Z − 1)

4

⇒ ν =1.546 × 1018 Hz

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performing SHM about it’s mean position with angular frequency ω and

amplitude a. If at a height y* from the mean position the body gets

detached from the spring, calculate the value of y* so that the height H

attained by the mass is maximum. The body does not interact with the

spring during it’s subsequent motion after detachment. (aω2 > g)

y0

Sol. At position B as the potential energy of the spring will be zero, the

total energy (Gravitational potential energy + Kinetic energy) of

the block at this point will be maximum and therefore if the block Natural

gets detached at this point, it will rise to maximum height, length

mg g

∴ y* = = 2 <a

k ω Position B

Position A m

Mean

Position

Q15. In the given circuit, the switch S is closed at time t = 0. The charge Q R1

value of Q0 and α in terms of given parameters shown in the circuit. S

R2

C

+

− V

i1

q

V − i1R1 − =0 . . . (1) i2

C i1 − i 2

1 +q 2

q R2

− i2R2 = 0 . . . (2) C

−q

C +

− V

dq

i1 − i2 = . . . (3)

dt

On solving we get,

− 1 2

t(R +R )

CVR2

q= 1 − e CR1R2

R1 + R2

CVR2 R + R2

⇒ Q0 = and α = 1

R1 + R2 CR1 R2

B D

Q16. Two identical prisms of refractive index 3 are kept as shown in

the figure. A light ray strikes the first prism at face AB. Find, 600 600

(a) the angle of incidence, so that the emergent ray from the

first prism has minimum deviation. 60

0 0

60

(b) through what angle the prism DCE should be rotated about A E

C

C so that the final emergent ray also has minimum deviation.

Sol. (a) For minimum deviation B

∠B

r1 = r 2 =

2

i

sini r1 r2

= 3

sin300

C

⇒ i = 600 A

(b) Prism DCE should be rotated about C in anticlockwise direction through 60° so that the final

emergent ray is parallel to the incident ray and angle of deviation is zero (minimum)

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Q17. A cylinder of mass 1 kg is given heat of 20000J at atmospheric pressure. If initially temperature of

cylinder is 200C, find

(a) final temperature of the cylinder.

(b) work done by the cylinder.

(c) change in internal energy of the cylinder.

(Given that Specific heat of cylinder= 400 J kg–1 0C–1, Coefficient of volume expansion

= 9 × 10–5 °C−1, Atmospheric pressure = 105 N/m2 and Density of cylinder = 9000 kg/m3)

20000J

⇒ ∆T = = 50°C

1kg × (400J / kg 0 C)

Tfinal = 70°C

1

= (105 N/m2) m3 (9 × 10−5 /°C) (50°C) = 0.05 J

9 × 103

(c) ∆U = ∆Q – W = 20000 J – 0.05 J = 19999.95 J

Q18. In a moving coil galvanometer, torque on the coil can be expressed as τ = ki, where i is current

through the wire and k is constant. The rectangular coil of the galvanometer having numbers of turns

N, area A and moment of inertia I is placed in magnetic field B. Find

(a) k in terms of given parameters N, I, A and B.

(b) the torsional constant of the spring, if a current i0 produces a deflection of π/2 in the coil.

(c) the maximum angle through which coil is deflected, if charge Q is passed through the coil almost

instantaneously. (Ignore the damping in mechanical oscillations)

For a moving coil galvanometer α = 90°

ki = iNAB ⇒ k = NAB

(b) τ = Cθ

2i0 NAB

i0NAB = Cπ/2 ⇒C=

π

⇒ NABQ = Iω0

NABQ

⇒ ω0 =

I

Using energy of conservation

1 2 1 2

Iω0 = Cθmax

2 2

⇒ θmax = ω0 I NABπ

=Q

C 2Ii0

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