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TARGET : JEE (Main + Advanced) 2017

Course : VIKAAS (JA)

DPP No. : 63 (JEE-MAIN)


Total Marks : 60 Max. Time : 60 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.20 (3 marks 3 min.) [60, 60]

ANSWER KEY OF DPP No. : 63


1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (A) 4. (B) 5. (C) 6. (A) 7. (B)
8. (C) 9. (D) 10. (D) 11. (A) 12. (C) 13. (B) 14. (C)
15. (B) 16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (B) 19. (B) 20. (C)

1. A uniform solid disc of mass 1 kg and radius 1m is kept on a rough horizontal surface. Two forces of
magnitude 2N and 4N have been applied on the disc as shown in the figure. Linear acceleration of the
centre of mass of the disc is if there is no slipping.
 1 kg  1m  
2N 4N (
)
2N

4N

(A) 4 m/s2 (B) 2 m/s2 (C) 1 m/s2 (D*) zero  


Sol. Taking torque about contact point, = 4 × R – 2× 2R = 0, Fnet = 0
, = 4 × R – 2× 2R = 0, Fnet = 0

2. A square plate of edge a/2 is cut out from a uniform square plate of edge 'a' as shown in figure. The
mass of the remaining portion is M. The moment of inertia of the shaded portion about an axis passing
through 'O' (centre of the square of side a) and perpendicular to plane of the plate is :
    'a'   a/2  
 M    'O' ( a   )  
     

a/4 a/4
O

a
9 3 5 Ma2
(A) Ma2 (B*) Ma2 (C) Ma2 (D)
64 16 12 6

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Sol.

(B) Let m1 = mass of the square plate of side 'a'


and m2 = mass of the square of side 'a/2'
m1 = a 
m2 = 'a/2' 
2
a 2
Then m1 = ; m2 = a ; ( being the areal density) ( )
2
and  m2 – m1 = M.

2
m2 a2 m1 (a / 2)2 a
= m1
6 6 4
2 2
a4 (a / 2) 4 a a
= .
6 6 2 4
1 1 1 (2 16) 2 3
= a4 = a4
6 16 6 4 16 16 12
27
= a4
12 16
1 4 M
Also; M = 1 a2 =
4 3 a2
4 M 27 3Ma2
= . a4 =
3 a2 12 16 16

3. A ball is thrown vertically up in air where the resistive force can be considered to be constant. If time of
ascent is t1 and time of descent is t 2 . The ratio of velocity of projection to the velocity just before it hits
the ground is :

 t1  t 2  
:
2
t t 2t 2 t2
(A*) 2 (B) 2 (C) (D)
t1 t1 t1 2t1

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Sol. (A) Let acceleration or retardation produced by air drag be 'a '
For upward motion :
v1 ( g a) t1 ….(i)
1 2
h ( g a ) t1 ….(ii)
2
For downward motion
v2 ( g a) t 2 …(iii)
1 2
h ( g a ) t2 ….(iv)
2
Equation (ii)/(iv)
2
g a t2
2
g a t1
Equation (i)/(iii)
1 ( g a ) t1 t2
.
2 ( g a ) t2 t1

4. Consider a block moving in a horizontal circular path on the inner surface of a cone. The normal force on
the block is :
  
:

N mv 2
sin
r
r mv 2
mg cos r
mg sin
(A) mg mv 2
cos
mg r
(B*) always greater then mg
(C) may be greater or less than mg N mv 2
sin
(D) always less than mg r
(A) mg r mv 2
mg cos r
(B*)  mg 
mg sin
(C) mg  mv 2
cos
(D)  mg  mg r

v2
Sol. (B) g cot
r
v2
N m g sin cos
r
mg
N mg .
sin

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5. A simple pendulum suspended from the ceiling of a stationary trolley has a length . Its period of
oscillation is 2 / g . What will be its period of oscillation if the trolley moves forward with an
acceleration f ?
    2 / g 
f 
(A) 2 (B) 2 (C*) 2 (D) 2
f g f g (f 2 g2 )1/ 2 f2 g2

Sol. 2
(f 2 g2 )1/ 2

6. The variation of the acceleration (f) of the particle executing S.H.M. with its displacement (X) is
represented by the curve
(f) (X)  

(A*) (B) (C) (D)

Sol.

7. The graph in the figure shows how the displacement of a particle describing S.H.M. varies with time.
Which one of the following statements is not true ?
     

y

T/4 3T/4 t
T

3T
(A) the force is zero at time (B*) the velocity is maximum at time T/2
4
(C) the acceleration is maximum at time T (D) the P.E. = total energy at time T/2
3T
(A)     (B) T/2 
4
(C)  T  (D) = T/2 
Sol. the velocity is maximum at time T/2
T/2 

8. For a simple harmonic vibrator of frequency n, the frequency of kinetic energy changing completely to
potential energy is
n 
(A) n/2 (B) n (C*) 2n (D) 4n
Sol. 2n

9. A particle is executing SHM with an amplitude 4cm. The displacement at which its energy is half kinetic
and half potential is
   4cm    

(A) 1 cm (B) (2)1/2 cm (C) 2 cm (D*) 2(2)1/2 cm

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A
Sol. at x =
2
Potential energy = Kinetic energy
= 
x = 2(2)1/2 cm

10. For a particle executing SHM, which of the following statements does not hold good ?
(A) the total energy of the particle always remains the same
(B) the restoring force is always directed towards a fixed point
(C) the restoring force is maximum at the extreme positions
(D*) the velocity of the particle is minimum at the centre of motion of the particle

(A)   
(B)     
(C) 
(D)  
Sol. the velocity of the particle is minimum at the centre of motion of the particle


d2 y
11. The equation of S.H.M. of a particle is ky 0 , where k is a positive constant. The time period of
dt 2
motion is given by
d2 y
  ky 0  K    
dt 2

2 2
(A*) (B) (C) 2 k (D) 2 k
k k
Sol. Compare with equation of SHM
SHM  
k= 2
2
T=
k

12. The total energy of the body executing S.H.M. is E. Then the kinetic energy when the displacement is
half of the amplitude, is
E 
E E 3E 3
(A) (B) (C*) (D) E
2 4 4 4
1
Sol. Kinetic energy = m 2 a2 x 2
2
1 3 3E
Kinetic energy  = m 2a 2 =
2 4 4
13. A linear harmoic oscillation of force constant 2 × 106 N/m and amplitude 0.01 m has a total mechanical
energy of 160 joules. Its -
(A) Maximum potential energy is 100 J (B*) Maximum K.E. is 100 J
(C) Maximum P.E. is 40 J (D) Minimum P.E is zero
2 × 106 N/m 0.01 m 160

(A) 100 J (B) 100 J 
(C) 40 J  (D)  
1
Sol. Maximum kinetic energy = Ka 2 = 100 J
2

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14. A particle executing S.H.M of amplitude 4 cm and T = 4 sec. The time taken by it to move from positive
extreme position to half the amplitude is -
          4 cm    T = 4 sec    

(A) 1 sec (B) 1/3 sec (C*) 2/3 sec (D) 3 / 2 sec
Sol. x = a cos t
a
= a cos t
2
t=
3
T 2
t= = sec.
6 3

15. The potential energy of a particle executing S.H.M. is 2.5 J, when its displacement is half of amplitude.
The total energy of the particle be -
      2.5 J 

(A) 18 J (B*) 10 J (C) 12 J (D) 2.5 J
1
Sol. Total energy  = m 2 A 2
2
1 2 2
Potential energy  = m x
2
2
1 2 A
2.5 = m
2 2
So total energy  = 10J

16. One body of mass m is suspended from three springs as shown in figure each spring has spring
constant k. If mass m is displaced slightly then time period of oscillation is
m                 k   m


m 3m 2m 3 k
(A) 2 (B*) 2 (C) 2 (D) 2
3k 2k 3 k m

Sol. Using series and parallel combination of spring



3m
T= 2
2k

17. One mass m is suspended from a spring. Time period of oscillation is T. Now if spring is divided into n
pieces & these are joined in parallel order then time period of oscillation if same mass is suspended.
m T n 

n2 m n2 k m k
(A) 2 (B) 2 (C*) 2 2
(D) 2 2
k m n k n m
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m
Sol. T= 2
k
and spring is devided into n piece and connected in parallel combination then keq = n2 × k
m
so new time period = 2
n2 k
n keq = n2 × k
m
= 2
n2 k

18. A spring has a certain mass suspended from it and its period for vertical oscillations is T1. The spring is
now cut into two equal halves and the same mass is suspended from one of the half. The period of
vertical oscillation is now T2. The ratio of T2/T1 is
     T1   
          T2   T2/T1 

(A) 1/2 (B*) 1/ 2 (C) 2 (D) 2
m
Sol. T= 2
k
When spring is cut in two equal parts, then force constant is 2k
2k 
T
So , 2 = 1/ 2
T1

19. Two objects A and B of equal mass are suspended from two springs of spring constants kA and kB if the
objects oscillte vertically in such a manner that their maximum kinetic energies are equal, then the ratio
of their amplitudes is
 A  B    kA  kB     
              

KB KB KA KA
(A) (B*) (C) (D)
KA KA KB KB
Sol. Kinetic energy of A = Kinetic energy of B
A = B 
1 1
K A a2 K Bb 2
2 2
KB
So ratio of amplitude =
KA
20. A block of mass ‘ m ‘ is attached with two springs of spring constant ‘ k ‘ is performing SHM on a smooth
horizontal surface. One of the spring is cut when the block is at extreme position. Find the ratio of the
amplitude of new SHM & old SHM.
‘ m ‘ ‘ k ‘   SHM 
   SHM  SHM


1 1
(A) (B) (C*) 1 (D) 2
2 2
Sol. Amplitude of the SHM is determined by the initial condition and is independent of the spring constant.

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Course : VIKAAS (JA)

DPP No. : 64 (JEE-ADVANCED)


Total Marks : 41 Max. Time : 43 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.3 (3 marks 3 min.) [09, 09]
Multiple choice objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.4 to Q.6 (4 marks 4 min.) [12, 12]
Comprehension ('–1' negative marking) Q.7 to Q.10 (3 marks 3 min.) [12, 12]
Match the Following (no negative marking) (2 × 4) Q.11 (8 marks 10 min.) [08, 10]

ANSWER KEY OF DPP No. : 64


1. (B) 2. (A) 3. (C) 4. (C,D) 5. (A,B,C,D) 6. (B,C,D)
7. (C) 8. (A) 9. (A,C) 10. (A,C) 11. (A) p (B) q (C) p,q (D) s

1. Find the maximum horizontal force F which can be applied such that sliding does not occur between A
and B.
 F     A  B  

A
µ = 0.5
1kg
F
2kg
B
µ = 0.1

(A) 20 N (B*) 24 N (C) 30 N (D) 332 N


Sol. No sliding between A and B. Hence both move together
A  B  
F – 0.1 × 3 × g = 3a ...(i)
F = 2T ...(ii)
T – 0.5 × 1 . g = 1 . a ...(iii)
On solving 
F
F – 0.3g = 3 0.5g .
2
F = 2 × (1.5 – 0.3) × 10 = 24 N

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2. A uniform rod of length L and mass M rests on horizontal frictionless table. A particle of equal mass M
is moving along the 'x' axis at a speed V0. At time t = 0 the particle strikes one end of the rod and sticks
to it. Consider (particle + rod) as combined system. The position R cm of centre of mass of system as a
function of time is :
 L  M   M  'x'  
   V0   t = 0       ( + ) 
  R cm 

V0 L V Lˆ L L
(A*) t î ĵ (B) 0 t î j (C) V0t î + ĵ (D) V0t î + ĵ
2 4 2 2 2 4
Sol. At t = 0 position of cm is :
t = 0 cm :
M( 0) M L / 2 L
R0 = =
M M 4

R 0 0 î j
4
There is no external forces on the system, the velocity of the centre of mass of the system is constant,

MV0 î M( 0) V
Vcm = 0 î
M M 2
At time t, t 
L V0
R cm R 0 Vcm t = ĵ t î .
4 2

3. A ball is dropped onto to horizontal surface from a height of 36 cm . After bouncing several times it
comes to rest covering a total distance of 100 cm measured in a vertical direction. The percentage loss
in kinetic energy after its first impact is

36 cm   


100 cm   
(A) 36 (B) 64 (C*) 53 (D) 96

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2
eh

e 2m
Sol. (A)

e 2hg
2
36 2 e 36 e4 36 ..... 100
e 2 36 64
1 e2 2
e2 = 0.47
1 1 2
ki mv 2 mgh kf m ev e2 mgh
2 2
1 e2
1. loss = 100
1
1 0.47 100 53%

4. A light rigid rod AOB bent at right angles can freely rotate about OB which is vertical. A bug P is at A
and the rod is rotating about with constant angular velocity o. The bug crawls along the rod towards ‘ O
’. Then during the motion:
  AOB    OB    
OB A    o     
 ‘ O ’ :

(A) K.E. of the bug decreases


(B) angular velocity decreases
(C*) angular momentum remains constant.
(D*) both the angular velocity and K.E. of the bug increases.
(A) 
(B)  
(C*) 
(D*)    

A
5.* A particle performing S.H.M. undergoes displacement of (where A = amplitude of S.H.M.) in one
2
second. At t = 0 the particle was located at either extreme position or mean position. The time period of
S.H.M. can be : (consider all possible cases)
A
  ( A =  )
2
 t = 0  
 : ()
(A*) 12s (B*) 2.4 (C*) 6s (D*) 1.2s

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T T
Sol. It T be the time period ; time to go from O to Q is and from M to P is .
12 6

A
The displacement is when particle goes from O to Q, from O to N to Q,
2
from O to N to O to P, and so on
T T T 5T T T 7T
t= or t = or t=
12 4 6 12 2 12 12
Hence possible time period T is
12 1 12 1
T = 12 s or T= = 2.4 s or T= s
5 7
A
similarly displacement is when particle goes from M to P or M to N to P
2
Hence the possible time period T is
6 1
T = 1 × 6 = 6 s or T = s = 1.2 s
5
Ans. T = 1.2 s, 6s, 2.4s, 12s
T T
Hindi. T O Q  M  P   
12 6

A
 O Q, O N  Q, O N O  P  
2
T T T 5T T T 7T
t= or t =  t=
12 4 6 12 2 12 12
T 
12 1 12 1
T = 12 s  T= = 2.4 s  s T=
5 7
A
M P M N P  
2
T 
6 1
T = 1 × 6 = 6 s or T = s = 1.2 s
5
Ans. T = 1.2 s, 6s, 2.4s, 12s

6. The acceleration of a particle is, a = 100 x + 50. It is released from x = 2. Here ' a ' & ' x ' are in S.I.
units.
(A) the particle will perform SHM of amplitude 2 m
(B*) the particle will perform SHM of amplitude 1.5 m
(C*) the particle will perform SHM of time period 0.63 seconds
(D*) the particle will have a maximum velocity 15 m/s 
 a = 100 x + 50 x = 2 ' a ' ' x ' S.I. -
(A) 2 m   
(B*) 1.5 m  
(C*)   0.63 sec.  
(D*) 15 m/s  

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Sol. a = – 100x + 50.
2
= 100.
and mean position is at
–100x + 50 = 0 x = 1/2 m.
and as the particle is released at x = 2; so the amplitude will be 1.5 m.
2 2 3
T= = 0.63 sec. Vmax = A = 10 × = 15 m/s.
10 2

COMPREHENSION

A thin uniform rod having mass m and length 4 is free to rotate about horizontal axis passing through a
point distant from one of its end, as shown in figure. It is released, from the horizontal position as
shown:
m 4  
 :
x

7. What will be normal reaction due to hinge at the instant of release :



mg 4 mg 2 mg
(A) mg (B) (C*) (D)
2 7 7

3g
Sol. mg – N1 = m
7
4mg
N1 =
7

8. What will be angular velocity of rod when it becomes vertical



6g 12g 3g 3g
(A*) (B) (C) (D)
7 7 2 2
Sol. Energy conservation
1 7
mg = . m 2 2
2 3

9. Mark out the correct options :



3g
(A*) Angular acceleration about hinge at this instant is
7
3
(B) Acceleration of center of mass at this instant is g
5
(C*) Net torque about hinge at this instant will be mg
7
(D) Net torque about hinge at this instant will be mg
5
3g
(A*)  
7
3
(B)  g 
5
(C*) mg 
7
(D)  mg 
5
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3 3 1
Sol. Hinge = mg mg
4 2 4 2
= mg
Hinge = Hinge
7 2
mg = m
3
3g
=
7

10. Mark out the correct options.



4
(A*) Normal reaction due to hinge at the instant of release will be mg.
7
4
(B) Normal reaction due to hinge at the instant of release will be mg.
5
3g
(C*) tangential acceleration of the centre of mass at the instant of release is
7
3g
(D) tangential acceleration of the centre of mass at the instant of release is
5
4
(A*)  mg  
7
4
(B)  mg  .
5
3g
(C*)   
7
3g
(D)   
5
3g
Sol. mg – N1 = m
7
4
N1 = mg
7
a = R, R =
3
a= g
7

11. Consider a system of particles (it may be rigid or non rigid). In the column- some condition on force
and torque is given. Column- contains the effects on the system. (Letters have usual meaning)
  ( ) -     - 

Column-I Column-II
(A) Fres 0 (p) Psystem will be constant
(B) res 0 (q) L system will be constant
(C) External force is absent (r) total work done by all forces will be zero
(D) No nonconservative force acts. (s) total mechanical energy will be constant.
-I -II
(A) F = 0 (p) Psystem  
(B)  =0 (q) L system  
(C)  (r)   
(D)   (s) 
Ans. (A) p (B) q (C) p,q (D) s
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Sol. (A) If resultant force is zero, Psystem will be constant.
(B) If resultant torque is zero, L system will be constant.
(C) If external forces are absent, both Psystem and L system will be constant.
(D) If no non conservative force acts, total mechanical energy of system will be constant.
(A)   P 
(B)   L  
(C)   P  L  
(D) 

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