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TSNSEP18T01_Section_1

SECTION - 1

This section contains 60 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choice (A), (B), (C) and (D), for its answer, out of which only

one is correct.

Question : 1 (skipped)

A body of mass 1 unit is acted upon by a force Find its position at t = 1 s, if at t = 0 it was at rest

at origin.

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

Now,

At t = 1 sec.

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Question : 2

A shell ﬁred from the base of a mountain just clears it at its maximum height H. If α is the angle of projection then the angular

elevation β of the summit is

Options:

tan–1 (2 tan α)

Solution :

Answer (3)

and

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Question : 3 (skipped)

A spherical shell is uniformly charged by a positive charge q. A positive point charge q0 is placed at its center. The expansion of

the shell is slowly taking place from R1 to R2 (R2 > R1). For this situation mark out the incorrect statement.

Options:

If an external force is acting, then work done by the external agent is negative

Solution :

Answer (3)

Δwel = –Δu

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Question : 4 (skipped)

A rod and a block are of same mass. Initially rod is in horizontal position. What will be acceleration of tip of the rod, just when

system is released from this position?

Options:

Zero

Solution :

Answer (3)

or

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Question : 5

A ball is thrown vertically upward at time t = 0. Viscous force of air resistance is not negligible and the acceleration due to

gravity is g. The ball reaches maximum height at t = T and then descends attaining terminal speed. Which graph shows the best

variation of acceleration 'a' of the ball with time t ?

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

Before reaching to maximum height viscous force and gravity both acting in downward direction so |at| > g

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Question : 6 (skipped)

A block of mass m and density ρ is suspended by spring of stiffness k. This system is now submerged in a viscous liquid of

density σ (2σ = ρ). Now block is released when the spring was relaxed. After some time block comes to rest, what is work done

by liquid on the block?

Options:

Solution :

Answer (1)

At equilibrium

Find PE of spring =

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Question : 7 (skipped)

A small sphere of mass m and radius r is placed inside a hollow cylinder of radius R. Now cylinder rotating with some angular

acceleration which slowly increases from zero to certain constant value α. There is no slipping between two surfaces during

motion.

Options:

Solution :

Answer (1)

Let α' is the angular acceleration. If sphere at any instant of time then

And

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Question : 8 (skipped)

A sphere of mass M and radius R is attached by a light rod of length l to a point P. The sphere rolls without slipping on a circular

track as shown. It is released from the horizontal position. The angular momentum of the system about P when the rod

becomes vertical is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 9

The velocity of the small ball (of mass M and density d1) when dropped in a container ﬁlled with glycerin having density d2,

becomes constant after some time. The viscous force acting on the ball is

Options:

Mg

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 10 (skipped)

A heavy brass sphere is hung from a light spring and is set in vertical small oscillation with a period T. The sphere is now

immersed in a non-viscous liquid with a density 1/10th the density of the sphere. If the system is now set in vertical S.H.M., its

period will be

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

Time period will remain same only mean position of oscillation would change.

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Question : 11 (skipped)

The cylindrical tube of a spray pump has a radius R, one end of which has n ﬁne holes, each of radius r. If the speed of flow of

the liquid in the tube is V, the speed of ejection of the liquid through the holes is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 12 (skipped)

In the ﬁgure shown a hole of radius 2 cm is made in a semicircular disc of radius 6 cm at a distance 8 cm from the centre C

of the disc. The distance of the centre of mass of this system from point C is

Options:

4 cm

8 cm

6 cm

12 m

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 13 (skipped)

A thin disc of non uniform mass distribution is shown in x – y plane. Surface mass density of disc varies according to relation σ

= σ0 sin θ, where σ0 is a positive constant and θ is the angle made by position vector of any point on disc with positive x-axis.

Find the coordinates of centre of mass of disc.

Options:

Solution :

Answer (2)

⇒ xcm = 0

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Question : 14 (skipped)

The diagram shows three blocks and two springs. A massless rigid rod has connected the "end blocks". Now, the middle block

is given a velocity v. The maximum deformation of the spring is [Mass of A = 2M, Mass of B = M, Mass of C = M, Horizontal

surface is smooth]

Options:

Solution :

Answer (2)

Initial energy

Now when each every particle will be moving with a common velocity (vcm) then spring will have

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Question : 15 (skipped)

A ring of diameter 2 m oscillates as a compound pendulum about a horizontal axis passing through a point at its rim. It

oscillates such that its centre move in a plane which is perpendicular to the plane of the ring. The equivalent length of the

simple pendulum is

Options:

2m

4m

1.5 m

3m

Solution :

Answer (3)

∴ Equivalent length

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Question : 16 (skipped)

A buggy of mass 100 kg is free to move on a frictionless horizontal track. Two men, each of mass 50 kg, are standing on the

buggy, which is initially stationary. The men jump off the buggy with velocity = 10 m/s relative to the buggy. In one situation, the

men jump one after the other. And in another situation, the men jump simultaneously. What is the ratio of the recoil velocities of

the buggy in two cases?

Options:

5:4

5:3

7:6

7:5

Solution :

Answer (3)

M = 50 kg

.M

10 – mv0 – mremv0 = 0

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Question : 17 (skipped)

Suppose the potential energy between the electron and proton at a distance r is given by Application of Bohr's theory of

hydrogen atom in this case shows that energy in the nth orbit is proportional to

Options:

n6

n–3

n–2

n–4

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 18 (skipped)

The force F acting on a particle plotted against time t is shown in the ﬁgure given. Its velocity v is plotted against t in the

following ﬁgures. Which one of these represent the resulting curve appropriately?

Options:

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 19

A steel wire of length 4.7 m and cross section area 3 × 10–6 m2 stretches by the same amount as a copper wire of length 3.5 m

and cross-section area 4 × 10–6 m2 under a given load. The ratio of Young's modulus of steel to that of copper is

Options:

1.8

3.6

0.6

8.7

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 20 (skipped)

N (< 100) molecules of a gas have velocities 1, 2, 3, ... N km/s respectively. Then

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 21 (skipped)

The electric flux crossing the wire frame ABCD of length l width b and whose centre is at a distance OP = d from a inﬁnite line of

charge with linear charge density λ is (consider that the plane of the frame is perpendicular to the line OP) (Edge length l of wire

frame is parallel to wire)

Options:

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 22 (skipped)

The diagram shows a (sinusoidal) wave train of amplitude A at time t = 0 s. The phase difference between the oscillation of the

particle at x = 0 and x = x1 is . The particle at x = x1 is moving upward with velocity v1. Which of the following equations

represent the wave equation correctly?

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

Clearly wave is progressing is +ve n direction. Let the equation be y = A sin (kx – ωt) (As per the ﬁgure)

Now at t = 0, x = n1 k n1 = θ

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Question : 23

In the ﬁgure, the gas does 5 J of work along isotherm process ab and 4 joule of work along adiabatic process bc. Then the

change in the internal energy of the gas if the gas follows the straight path from a to c is

Options:

9J

–9 J

–4 J

–5 J

Solution :

Answer (3)

Δu is independent of path

So Δu = – 4 J

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Question : 24

2 moles of a diatomic gas undergoes the process Then, the molar heat capacity of the gas during the

Options:

3R

4R

Solution :

Answer (4)

⇒ C = 4R

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Question : 25 (skipped)

An ideal gas expands from volume v1 to v2. This may be achieved by either of the three processes isobaric, isothermal and

adiabatic. Let ΔU be the change in internal energy of the gas, Q be the quantity of heat added to the system and W be the work

done by the system on the gas. Identify which of the following statements is false for ΔU ?

Options:

ΔU in isothermal process lies in-between the values obtained under isobaric and adiabatic processes

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 26 (skipped)

If a mixture of 28 gm of nitrogen, 4 gm of hydrogen and 8 gm of helium is contained in a vessel at temperature 400 K and

pressure 8.3 × 105 Pa, the density of the mixture will be

Options:

3 kg/m3

0.2 kg/m3

2 g/l

1.5 g/l

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 27

A perfect gas of a given mass is heated ﬁrst in a small vessel and then in a large vessel, such that their volumes remain

unchanged. The P-T curves are

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

∴ Slope =

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Question : 28 (skipped)

A flat coil of area A and n turns with total resistance R is placed at the centre of a bigger ring of radius The coil and

the ring are coplanar. When the current in the bigger ring increases from zero to i, then the total charge circulating in the coil is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 29

An object O is placed in front of a small plane mirror M1 and a large convex mirror M2 of focal length f. The distance between O

and M1 is x, and the distance between M1 and M2 is y. The images of O formed by M1 and M2 coincide. The magnitude of f is

Options:

x–y

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 30 (skipped)

A converging lens of focal length f is placed in front of a ﬁxed object, at a distance f from it. The lens is then moved away from

the object with a constant velocity. The velocity of the image will

Options:

Be constant

Be zero when the distance of the lens from the object is 2f.

Solution :

Answer (2)

(Always (–ve)

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Question : 31

The outer surface of an isolated conductor is spherical but inside it there exists a cavity. A charge q is placed inside the cavity. If

charge q is moved very slowly (under electrostatic condition) inside the cavity then

Options:

Distribution on the outer surface may or may not change that depends upon the sign of charge.

If distribution on the inner surface changes then it must change distribution of charge on the outer surface

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 32

A stationary sound source 's' of frequency 334 Hz and a stationary observer 'O' are situated near a reflecting surface moving

away from the source with velocity 2 m/s as shown in the ﬁgure. If the velocity of the sound waves in air is V = 330 m/s, the

apparent frequency of the echo is

Options:

332 Hz

326 Hz

334 Hz

330 Hz

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 33

In the ﬁgure shown if the object 'O' moves towards the plane mirror, then the image I (which is formed after successive

reflections from M1 & M2 respectively) will move

Options:

Towards right

Towards left

Cannot be determined

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 34 (skipped)

A ray of light is incident on the face of a transparent slab of thickness 15 cm. The angle of incidence is 60°. If the lateral

displacement of the ray on emerging from the parallel plane is cm, the refractive index of the material of the slab is

Options:

1.414

1.532

1.732

1.225

Solution :

Answer (3)

Also

or μ = 1732

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Question : 35 (skipped)

Inﬁnite number of straight wires each carrying current I are equally placed as shown in the ﬁgure. Adjacent wires have current in

opposite direction. Net magnetic ﬁeld at point P is

Options:

Zero

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 36

A wave pulse on a string has the dimension shown in ﬁgure. The waves speed is v = 1 cm/s. If point O is a free end. The shape

of wave at time t = 3 s is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 37

A large wedge rests on a horizontal frictionless surface, as shown. A block starts from rest and slides down the inclined surface

of the wedge, which is rough. During the motion of the block, the centre of mass of the block and wedge

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 38 (skipped)

A parallel beam of light of monochromatic radiation of cross-section area , intensity l and frequency is incident on

a solid, perfectly absorbing conducting sphere of work function and radius b. The inner sphere of radius a is

grounded by a conducting wire. Assume that for each incident photon one photoelectron is ejected. Current through the

conducting wire just after the radiation is [Both the spheres are electrically insulated from each other]

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

(No. of photons)

So same no. of electron will be ejected. So outer sphere would aquire q1 = ηe change and earth would supply q2

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Question : 39 (skipped)

A radioactive material of half-life T was produced in a nuclear reactor at different instants, the quantity produced second time

was twice of that produced in ﬁrst time. If now their present activities are A1 and A2 respectively then their age difference

equals

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

let 1st produced out t = 0 the A1 = A0e–lt and 2nd produced at t = t0 than

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Question : 40 (skipped)

If frequency of Kα x-ray emitted from the element with atomic number 31 is f, then the frequency of Kα x-ray emitted from

element with atomic number 51 would be

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

for z = 31

for z = 51

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Question : 41 (skipped)

If a planet of radius R spins with an angular velocity ω about an axis through the North Pole, what is the ratio of the normal force

experienced by a person at the equator to that experienced by a person at the North Pole? [Assume a constant gravitational ﬁeld

g and that both people are stationary relative to the planet and are at sea level.]

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 42 (skipped)

A non-Hookian spring has force F = –kx2 where k is the spring constant and x is the displacement from its unstretched position.

For the system shown of a mass m connected to an unstretched spring initially at rest, how far does the spring extend before

the system momentarily comes to rest? [Assume that all surfaces are frictionless and that the pulley is frictionless as well.]

Options:

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 43

A small bead slides from rest along a wire that is shaped like a vertical uniform helix (spring). Which graph below shows the

magnitude of the acceleration a as a function of time?

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

where θ is the angle of incline of the helix. As it accelerates, it moves faster, according to v = att.

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Question : 44 (skipped)

A spherical ball of ice has radius R0 and is rotating with an angular speed ω about an axis passing through its centre. At time t =

0, it starts acquiring mass because the moisture (at rest) around it starts to freeze on it uniformly. As a result its radius

increases as , where a is α constant. The curve which best describes its angular speed with time is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 45

Consider a free electron (e) and a photon (ph) both having 10 eV of energy. If λ and P represent wavelength and momentum

respectively, then (mass of electron = 9.1 × 10–31 kg; speed of light = 3 × 108 m/s)

Options:

and

and

and

and

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 46 (skipped)

What is the maximum height above the dashed line attained by the water stream coming out at B from a thin tube of the water

tank assembly shown in the ﬁgure? [Assume h = 10 m, L = 2 m, and θ = 30°.]

Options:

10 m

2m

1.25 m

3.25 m

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 47

1011 binary input have been applied at X3X2X1X0 input in the shown logic circuit made of XOR gates. The binary output

Y3Y2Y1Y0 of the circuit will be

Options:

1101

1010

1111

0101

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 48 (skipped)

A positively charged particle, with a charge q, enters a region in which there is a uniform electric ﬁeld E and a uniform magnetic

ﬁeld B, both directed parallel to the positive y-axis. At t = 0, the particle is at the origin and has a speed v0 directed along the

positive x-axis. The orbit of the particle, projected on the x-z plane, is a circle. Let T be the time taken to complete one revolution

of this circle. The y-coordinate of the particle at t = T is given by

Options:

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 49 (skipped)

A uniform solid right prism whose cross section is an isosceles right triangle with height h and width w = 2h is placed on an

incline that has a variable angle with the horizontal θ. What is the minimum coefﬁcient of static friction so that the prism

topples before it begins sliding as θ is slowly increased from zero?

Options:

0.71

1.41

1.73

3.00

Solution :

Answer (4)

Toppling occurs when the centre of mass of prism is above right corner of the base. This reduces the problems to trigonometry.

Sliding occurs if , so equate.

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Question : 50

An arbitrarily shaped conductor encloses a charge q and is surrounded by a conducting hollow sphere as shown in the ﬁgure.

Four different regions of space, 1, 2, 3 and 4, are indicated in the ﬁgure. Which one of the following statements is correct?

Options:

The electric ﬁeld lines in region 2 are not affected by the position of the charge q

The surface charge density on the inner wall of the hollow sphere is uniform

The surface charge density on the outer surface of the sphere is always uniform irrespective of the position of charge q

in region 1

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 51 (skipped)

Consider a small bar magnet undergoing simple harmonic motion (SHM) along the x-axis. A coil whose plane is perpendicular to

the x-axis is placed such that the magnet passes in and out of it during its motion. Which one of the following statements is

correct? Neglect damping effects.

Options:

Induced emf is minimum when the centre of the bar magnet crosses the coil

The frequency of the induced current in the coil is half of the frequency of the SHM

Induced emf in the coil will not change with the velocity of the magnet

The sign of the emf depends on the pole (N or S) face of the magnet which enters into the coil

Solution :

Answer (1)

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Question : 52

In a hydrogen atom, the magnetic ﬁeld at the centre of the atom produced by an electron in the nth orbit is proportional to

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 53 (skipped)

A particle of mass m carries a charge +q. It enters into a region of uniform magnetic ﬁeld B existing below the line as

shown. The time spent by the particle in the magnetic ﬁeld is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 54

The variation of magnetic ﬁeld along the axis of a solenoid is graphically represented by (O is the centre with l, I' as the

extremities of the solenoid along the axis)

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 55 (skipped)

A ball (mass m2) is hanging at rest from a wire (negligible mass). A head-on elastic collision occurs when it is struck by a stone

(mass m1, horizontal velocity v1 before collision), the ball swings to a maximum height (h) above the original level. The

maximum height (h) is [Assume string doesn't slack during its motion]

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 56

A long straight wire carries a charge with linear density λ. A particle of mass m and a charge q is released from rest at a

distance r from the wire. The speed of the particle as it crosses a point distance 2r is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 57 (skipped)

A uniform thin rod of length (4a + 2 a) and of mass (4m + 2 m) is bent and fabricated to form a square surrounded by

semicircles as shown in the ﬁgure. The moment of inertia of this frame about an axis passing through its centre and

perpendicular to its plane is

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

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Question : 58 (skipped)

An inductance coil is connected to an ac source through a 60 ohm resistance in series. The source voltage, voltage across the

coil and voltage across the resistance are found to be 33 V, 27 V and 12 V respectively. Therefore, the resistance of the coil is

Options:

30 ohm

45 ohm

105 ohm

75 ohm

Solution :

Answer (2)

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Question : 59 (skipped)

In the circuit shown below, the potential of A with respect to B of the capacitor C is

Options:

2.00 volts

–2.00 volts

–1.50 volts

+1.50 volts

Solution :

Answer (3)

Using Kirchhoff

30i = – 1.5

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Question : 60

A satellite moves around a planet in a circular orbit at a distance R from its centre. The time period of revolution of the satellite

is T. If the same satellite is taken to an orbit of radius 4R around the same planet, the time period would be

Options:

8T

4T

Solution :

Answer (1)

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TSNSEP18T01_Section_2

SECTION - 2

This section contains 10 multiple choice questions. Each question has 4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its answer, out of which one

or more is/are correct.

Question : 61 (skipped)

A particle initially at rest is subjected to two forces. One is constant, the other is a resistive force proportional to the particle

velocity. In the subsequent motion of the particle

Options:

The velocity will increase from zero to maximum & then decrease

Solution :

Answer (2, 4)

Particle would start with some acceleration and ﬁnally attain the terminal velocity.

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Question : 62 (skipped)

A convex lens forms an image of an object on a screen. The height of the image is 9 cm. The lens is now displaced until an

image is again obtained on the screen. The height of this image is 4 cm. The distance between the object and the screen is 90

cm.

Options:

The distance of the object from the lens in its ﬁrst position is 36 cm

Solution :

Answer (2, 3, 4)

By displacement method

f = 21.6 cm

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Question : 63 (skipped)

A square loop of side l is placed in the neighborhood of an inﬁnitely long straight wire carrying a current I1. The loop carries a

current I2 as shown in ﬁgure

Options:

Solution :

Answer (1)

Magnetic moment is opposite to the direction of ﬁeld generated by wire, so pE will be maximum & torque is zero.

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Question : 64 (skipped)

Two soap bubbles A and B (surface tension T) of radii R and 2R are given then

Options:

The radius at the contact point is twice the radius of the bubble A.

The radius at the contact point is more than the radii of both bubbles A & B.

The new radius on merging them is twice the radius of A under isothermal condition and zero atmospheric pressure

The new radii on merging them is more than the radii of both the bubbles under isothermal conditions and zero

atmospheric pressure

Solution :

Answer (1, 4)

At contact interface

Req = 2R

then Also

and

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Question : 65 (skipped)

Four identical plates (equally spaced) and a battery are connected as shown. If the capacitance between two consecutive plates

are C, then choose the correct statement. (Battery is ideal)

Options:

The surface charge density on plate 3 on its right side is more than that of on left side

Solution :

Answer (1, 3, 4)

Capacitors between 1-2 and 2-3 are connected across same potential, so they are not functioning.

∴ Ceq = C

∴ q = CV Dubattary = CV2

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Question : 66 (skipped)

A simple circuit contains an ideal battery and a resistance R. If a second resistor is placed in parallel with the ﬁrst,

Options:

Solution :

Answer (3)

Current through R' shall not depend on R' as long as R does not become zero

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Question : 67 (skipped)

Which of the following is/are correct for a standing wave (wavelength is λ) created on a string ﬁxed at both ends?

Options:

The maximum distance between two consecutive particles having same amplitude is less than λ

The nearby points on both sides of a node are always in opposite phase in their SHM

The nearby points on both sides of an antinode are always in phase in their SHM

Solution :

Answer (1, 2, 3)

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Question : 68 (skipped)

Options:

The light travelling inside an equilateral prism is necessarily parallel to the base when prism is set for minimum

deviation

Angle of minimum deviation will increase if refractive index of prism is increased keeping the outside medium

unchanged if μprism > μsurrounding.

Solution :

Answer (2, 3, 4)

For minimum deviation ray would pass across two refracting surface's symmetrically.

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Question : 69 (skipped)

An LR circuit with a battery is connected at t = 0. Which of the following quantities is not zero just after the circuit is being

connected?

Options:

Solution :

Answer (4)

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Question : 70 (skipped)

Options:

Will be a circle

Solution :

Answer (1, 2)

(t = 1)

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