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Physics Solution

FULL TEST

Date: 01-4-2015

1.
Sol.

(d)

1
2 LC

C
does
L

not represent the dimension of frequency

2.
Sol.

(d) Let the car accelerate at rate

for time

t1

then maximum velocity attained,

v 0 t 1 t 1

Now, the car decelerates at a rate

for time

(t t 1 )

and finally comes to rest. Then,

0 v (t t 1 ) 0 t 1 t t 1

t1

3.
Sol.

(a) Normal reaction at the highest point


R

mv 2
mg
r

Reaction is inversely proportional to the radius of the curvature of path and radius is
minimum for path depicted in (a).
4.
Sol.

(b)
A

v
v

v
B

v
C v
v
C
Pure translation+ Pure Rotation

5.
Sol.

Rolling without
Slipping

5
5

A.
20 30 50

(c)
Initially the tube was open at both ends and then it is closed. Further
fo =

v
v
and fc =
2lo
4lc

Since, tube is half dipped in water, lc =

7.

2v

(b) The diode in lower branch is forward biased and diode in upper branch is reverse
biased

6.

2v

fci =

v
v
= f0 = f

lo 2lo
4
2

correct option is (C).

lo
2

Sol.

(c)

1
X A

Z 1 X

8.
Sol.

(c) By law of conservation of momentum


0 m1 v1 m2 v 2 m1 v1 m2 v 2

ve sign indicates that both he particles are moving in opposite direction. Now deBroglie wavelengths
1

9.
Sol.
10.
Sol.
11.
Sol.
12.
Sol.

h
m1v1

and

h
m2v2

1 m2v 2

1
2
m1v1

(d)

(c) Because induced e.m.f. is given by


(d)

(d)

2 i
0 (2 )i 0
3 0i
2
B

4
R
4
R
8R

13.
Sol.

(d)

Q1 Q2 Q

..... (i)

From (i) and (ii)

(a)

Sol.

(c) Velocity of sound in gas

v He

N2
He

M He

M H2

.....(ii)

Q
dF
0 Q1 Q2
2
dQ1

14.
Sol.
15.

v N2

Q1Q2
r2

kQ1(Q Q1 )
r2

For F to be maximum

F k

and

RT
M

T
M

7
R4
3
5

5
5
R 28
3

16.
Sol.

(b)

K A ( 2 )
Q
1 1 1
t
l
1

given

and

K A ( 2 )
Q
2 2 1
t
l
2

Q Q
K1 A1 K 2 A2
t 1 t 2

17.
Sol.

(b) Pressure at bottom of the lake =


Pressure at half the depth of a lake

P0 hg
P0

h
g
2

According to given condition


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P0

1
2
hg (P0 hg)
2
3

1
1
P0 hg
3
6

2P0
2 105
3
20m .
g
10 10

18.
Solution: (B) By conservation of energy
1
mgR mv 2 v 2gR
2
19.
Solution: y = ax- bx 2 ;
dy
d2 y
0& 2 < 0
dx
dx
dy
a
= a 2bx = 0 x =
dx
2b
a
d2 y
for x =
, y is maximum.
2b 0
2
2b
dx

For maximum y,

a2
a a
.
b
4b
2b 2b

ymax = a
20.
21.
Solution:
F

Fr1

60

Fcos 60

600

m 3kg

1
2 3

F sin 60

mg

N = F sin60 + Mg
(1)
F cos60 = Fr1 = N = (F sin60 + Mg)
Mg
F=
cos 60 sin 60

1
3 1
54
54
2
3
20N
=

20N =
1
1
1
1
3

2 2 3 2

Ans. (A)
22.
Sol.

(B) Angular momentum = (momentum) (perpendicular distance of the line of action


of momentum from the axis of rotation)
V
Angular momentum about O
2
mv
(i)
L
h
V
2
h
Now,

V 2 sin2 V 2
h

2g
4g

45

[ = 45]

O
... (ii)

From (i) and (ii)


m
L
(2 gh)h m 2gh3
2
Also from (i) and (ii)
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mV
2

V 2 mV 3

4g 4 2g

23.
2

K.E.escape

Solution: (A)
=
(K.E.)body
initially

1 2GM
GMm
m

2 Re
Re

1 GMm
2 Re

By Law of Conservation of Energy


Total Initial Total Final
Mechanical Mechanical
Energy Energy

(K.E. + P.E.)surface = (K.E. + P.E.)at height h

1 GMm GMm
GMm

0
2 Re
Re
Re h

{ velocity at maximum height is zero}

h Re
24.
Solution:(C) y

Fl
1
1
or l ; l 2
l

l2 D12

4 or l2 4l1 4cm
l1 D22
25.
Solution:(B)In this case, T- mg cos 20 = centripetal force
T> mg cos 20
26.
Ans. (C)
Solution: Q nCP dT
U nC V T

7
nRT ,
2

C P 2 R

5
5

nRT , C V R
2
2

and W Q U nRT
Q : U : W 7 : 5 : 2
Hence, C is correct
27.

Solution: P.d. across the points = E. r
V2 V1 = (2 i 3j 4k ).( i 2j 3k ) = 2 6 + 12 = 4 volts.
(C)
28.
Solution : Since volume of the wire does not change.
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1 A1 = 2 A2 where 1 and A 1 are the initial length and cross-section of the wire, and
2 and A 2 are the final length and cross-section.

l1 A 2

l2 A1

R1 =

. . . (1)
l1
A1

R2 =

and

R1 l1 A 2 l1 l1


R 2 l2 A1 l2 l2

R1 l12

R2 l22

l2
A2

. . . (2)

as 2 = 3 1

R 2 = 9R 1 = (9 4) = 36
Ans. (d)
29.
Sol.

(B) When a charged particle is moving at right angle to the magnetic field than a force
acts on it which behaves as a centripetal force and moves the particle in circular
motion.
mA v 2A
q.v AB
2r
mA v A
qB

2r
Similarly for second particle moving with half radius as
compared to first we have
mB vB
qB
r
mB v B mB v B

m A vA = 2m B v B
2r
r
m A vA > m B vB

30.
Solution: (A)
A

VB + e - 15 + I 1 = VA
Here, I = 5A, e

15 V

5mH

VB VA = 15 e I

d
dI
L
5 10 3 103 5V

dt
dt

VB VA = 15V

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