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Physics

slide down the board is ....

1. 2013 (A) tan-1 (0.5)

A person stands 40 m away from a flag (B) sin-1 (0.5)

pole. With a protractor at eye level, he (C) cos-1 (0.5)

finds the angle between the line from the (D) sec-1 (0.5)

top of the flag pole to his eyes and the (E) cosec-1 (0.5)

horizontal is 25.0 degrees. The distance

from his feet to his eyes is 1.8 m. The high 5. 2013

of the flag pole is .... (tan 25o= 0.466) A hockey puck on a frozen pond is given

(A) 15.0 m an initial speed of 20.0 m/s. If the puck

(B) 16.8 m always remains on the ice and slides 115

(C) 18.0 m m before coming to rest, the coefficient of

(D) 18.6 m kinetic friction between the puck and ice is

.... (g = 10 ms2)

(E) 20.4 m

(A) 0.134

(B) 0.144

2. 2015 (C) 0.154

A box of food is dropped from a rescue (D) 0.164

plane flying at a velocity of 252 km/h in the (E) 0.174

horizontal direction. In a very short time,

the box is released and the rescue plane 6. 2015

starts to accelerate horizontally at 9720

km/h2. The box attains the ground at 4.0 s.

By neglecting an air resistance, the box

will reach the ground ... . Three cars with the same mass m are

(A) directly on the released place shown in the accompanying figure.

(B) 6.0min front of the released place Car 1 moves to the right direction with the

(C) 274min front of the released place speed v and collides with car 2. After the

(D) 280min front of the released place collision, car 1 sticks together with car 2

(E) 286min front of the released place and both move to the right direction. They

collide with car 3 in an elastic collision. The

3. 2015 final speed of car 3 is approximately ... .

A stone of mass m is tied to a thread. The (A) 0.17 v

thread with a stone is rotated in a vertical (B) 0.50 v

circle with the length of the thread L. (C) 0.67 v

Assuming negligible air resistance, the (D) 0.80 v

thread’s tension difference at the bottom of (E) v

the circle and at the top of the circle is ... .

(A) mg 7. 2012

(B) 2mg

(C) 4mg

(D) 6mg

(E) 8mg

4. 2013

A box sits on a horizontal wooden board.

The coefficient of static friction between

the box and the board is 0.5. You grab one A bullet of mass m = 0:01 kg is fired into a

end of the board and lift it up, keeping the ballistic pendulum of mass M = 2:0 kg as

other end of the board on the ground. The shown in above. The bullet remains in the

angle between the board and the block after the collision and the whole

system rises to a maximum height of h = 8 degrees Celsius water. The specific heat

cm. The bullet’s initial speed is of ice is 2060 J/kgoC. The specific latent

approximately .... (g = 10 ms-2) heat of fusion is 334,000 J/kg. The total

(A) 18 ms-1

heat needed by the ice to melt to become

(B) 80 ms-1

(C) 150 ms-1 water with the temperature 0 oC is ....

(D) 254 ms-1 (A) 1,030 J

(E) 275 ms-1 (B) 5,670 J

(C) 16,700 J

8. 2013 (D) 17,730 J

A 10 kg box moves at 5 m/s on a (E) 18,760 J

horizontal, frictionless surface runs into a

light spring of force constant 10,000 N/m. 4. 2012

By using the work energy theorem, the

maximum compression of the spring is ....

(g = 9.8 ms-2)

(A) 16 nm

(B) 16 μm

(C) 16 mm Two rods of equal lengths and cross-

(D) 16 cm sectional areas but different materials are

placed in thermal contact as shown in

(E) 16 dm

figure above. The thermal conductivity of Q

is half that of P. The outer end of P is at 0

oC and that of Q is at 100 oC. What is the

HEAT & THERMODYNAMIC temperature of the interface at steady

state?

1. 2012 (A) 273.00 K

A 40 g ice cube at 0 oC is added to 200 g (B) 296.88 K

of water at 20 oC. The specific heat of ice (C) 306.33 K

is 2310 J kg-1oC-1, and that of water is (D) 339.66 K

4200 J kg-1oC-1 and the specific latent (E) 353.39 K

heat of melting of ice is 3.36 x 105 J kg-1.

Calculate the final equilibrium temperature, 5. 2015

assuming no other agents for heat

exchange are present.

(A) 275.1 K

(B) 276.6 K

(C) 277.6 K

(D) 280.0 K

(E) 298.0 K

2. 2015

A 20 g piece of aluminium (c = 0.21 cal/g

oC) at 90 oC is dropped into a cavity in a

large block of ice at 0 oC. How much does The network output per cycle for the

the ice melt? (latent heat of melting of ice thermodynamic cycle in the figure is ... .

is 80 cal/g) (A) 5.0 kJ

(A) 4.4 g (B) 10.0 kJ

(B) 4.7 g (C) 25.0 kJ

(C) 4.9 g (D) 50.0 kJ

(D) 5.1 g (E) 110.0 kJ

(E) 5.3 g

3. 2013

An ice cube having a mass of 50 grams

and an initial temperature of -10 degrees

Celsius is placed in 400 grams of 40

2

HARMONICS, WAVE AND SOUND phase difference, in radians, between two

points 2.5 cm apart in the string?

𝜋

1. 2012 (A)

8

A simple pendulum has a period of 2 s and the 𝜋

(B)

reading on a barometer is 1 atm on the surface 4

3𝜋

of the mine which has a depth of 1.5 km. At the (C)

8

𝜋

bottom of the mine, which one of the following (D)

2

statements is CORRECT? 3𝜋

(A) Reading on barometer greater than 1 atm (E)

2

and period of pendulum greater than 2 s.

(B) Reading on barometer less than 1 atm and

period of pendulum less than 2 s. 4. 2013

(C) Reading on barometer less than 1 atm and A 1.25 kg mass is attached to the end of a

period of pendulum greater than 2 s.

80 cm string. The system is whirled in a

(D) Reading on barometer greater than 1 atm

and period of pendulum less than 2 s. horizontal circular path. The maximum

(E) Reading on barometer greater than 1 atm tension that the string can withstand is 400

and period of pendulum is 2 s. N. The maximum angular velocity of the

system is .... (g = 9.8 ms-2)

2. 2013 (A) 20.00 rad/s

The quartz crystal used in an electric (B) 5.00 rad/s

watch vibrates with frequency of 32.768 (C) 2.00 rad/s

Hz. The period of the crystal motion is .... (D) 0.50 rad/s

(A) 30.5 s (E) 0.05 rad/s

(B) 30.5 ms

(C) 30.5 µs

LIGHT AND OPTICS

(D) 30.5 ns

(E) 30.5 ps 1. 2012

A point source of light is placed at the

3. 2012 bottom of a tank of water 1.00 m deep

A sinusoidal wave travelling in the positive such that it emits light rays upward in all

x direction has an amplitude of 15.0 cm, a directions. A circle of light is formed by the

wavelength of 40.0 cm, and a frequency of rays that are refracted into the air and the

8.00 Hz. The wave number k period of the rays outside of this circle are reflected

wave is .... back into the water. Given that the index of

(A) 0.157 rad/m refraction of water is 1.33, the radius r of

(B) 0.125 rad/s the circle at the surface of the water is

(C) 0.157 rad/s approximately ....

(D) 0.125 rad/m (A) 1.33 m

(E) 0.100 rad/s (B) 1.00 m

(C) 1.14 m

4. 2015 (D) 0.75 m

A wave is described by the equation y(x, t ) (E) 0.50 m

= 0.030 sin(5π x + 4π t),where x and y are

in meters and t is in seconds. The +x 2. 2015

direction is to the right. The velocity of the You are given two lenses, a converging

wave is ... . lens with focal length +10 cm and a

(A) 0.80m/s to the left diverging lens with focal length -20 cm.

(B) 1.25m/s to the left Which of the following would produce a

(C) 0.12π m/s to the right virtual image that is larger than the object?

(D) 0.80m/s to the right (A) Placing the object 5 cm from the

(E) 1.25m/s to the right converging lens.

(B) Placing the object 15 cm from the

3. 2012

converging lens.

A small-amplitude progressive wave in a

stretched string has a velocity of 10 ms-1 (C) Placing the object 25 cm from the

and a frequency of 100 Hz. What is the converging lens.

3

(D) Placing the object 15 cm from the ELECTROSTATIC

diverging lens.

(E) Placing the object 25 cm from the 1. 2013

diverging lens. A particle of mass 5 g is placed in a

downward-directed electric field of

ELECTRICITY magnitude 800 N/C. (g= 9.8 m/s2). To

keep the particle stationary, the sign and

1. 2012 magnitude of the charge should be ....

(A) Negative and 0.0000613 C

(B) Positive and 0.0000613 C

(C) Neutral and 0.0000613 C

(D) Negative and 0.0000613 µC

(E) Positive and 0.0000613 µC

3. 2013

Initially, a sphere A has a charge of -50e

and a sphere B has a charge of +20e. The

spheres are made of conducting materials

and are identical in size. If the spheres

then touch each other, the resulting charge

on sphere A is ....

The diagram shows a circuit consisting of (A) -50e

three identical resistors, P, Q and R, each of (B) -20e

resistance 4.0 and connected as shown. If (C) -15e

(D) +15e

3.0 A of current flows into point X in the circuit

(E) +20e

and 3.0 A flows out at point Y , then the power

generated by resistor R is approximately .... 4. 2013

(A) 36W In a Millikan oil drop experiment a student

(B) 16W sprayed oil droplets with a density of 780

(C) 9 W kg/m3 between two horizontal parallel

plates that were 6.0 cm apart. The student

(D) 4 W

adjusted the potential difference between

(E) 2 W the plates to 5000 V so that one of the

drops became stationary. The diameter of

this drop was measured to be 3x10-6 m.

2. 2015 The magnitude of the charge on the drop is

....

(A) 1.10x10-18 C

(B) 1.06x10-17 C

(C) 1.10x10-15 C

(D) 1.06x10-13 C

(E) 1.10x10-12 C

Four identical light bulbs (B1, B2, B3, and B4) INDUCTANCE, MAGNETIC FORCE

and six voltmeters are connected as shown in

1. 2012

the figure. Assuming that V is as its original

A long solenoid with closely spaced turns

reading when all bulbs are working and V’ is

carries a direct electric current. Each turn

as its reading when B2 is caught on fire. If B2 of wire exerts ....

were to be caught on fire, the reading of V1 is (A) an attractive force on the next adjacent

... . turn.

(A) 𝑉 ′ ≫ 2𝑉 (B) a repulsive force on the next adjacent

(B) 2𝑉 > 𝑉 ′ > 𝑉 turn.

(C) zero force on the next adjacent turn.

(C) 𝑉 ′ = 𝑉

1

(D) either an attractive or a repulsive force

(D) 𝑉 > 𝑉 ′ > 𝑉 on the next adjacent turn, depending on

2

1 the direction of current in the solenoid.

(E) 𝑉 ≫ 𝑉′

2 (E) either an attractive or a repulsive force

on the next adjacent turn, but is not

4

depending on the direction of current in

the solenoid.

2. 2015

One particle has mass m. It travels along a

way and makes an upright angle with a

magnetic field. Because the particle has a

positive charge q, it is influenced by

Lorentz force and makes a circle of radius

R with frequency f . The magnitude of the

magnetic field is ... .

𝑚𝑓

(A)

𝑞

2𝜋 𝑓𝑚

(B)

𝑞

𝑚

(C)

2𝜋𝑓𝑞

𝑚𝑓

(D)

𝑞𝑅

𝑚𝑞𝑓

(E)

2𝜋𝑅

5. 2013

Two long straight wires are carrying the

same current I and separated by a

distance r exert a force F on each other.

The ratio of force between twowires before

and after changes is 96. If the current is

increased to 4I, the separation between

the two wire is reduced to ....

𝑟

(A)

6

𝑟

(B)

16

𝑟

(C)

24

𝑟

(D)

96

𝑟

(E)

144

1. 2012

Double-slit interference is investigated

using light of wavelength 600 nm. The

fringe spacing is 1.44 mm. If the screen is

1.2 m away from the slits,

how far apart are the slits?

(A) 2.500 mm

(B) 0.500 mm

(C) 0.250 mm

A ring of radius a lies in a y ¡z plane. The

(D) 0.050 mm

ring contains positive charge Q that is (E) 0.005 mm

uniformly distributed. The center of the ring

is at the origin. The suitable graph that 2. 2015

represents relation between electric field E

and distance x is ... .

(see the figure)

5

Two origins of sounds are separated by a 10〗^(-5)T. (1 eV= 1.6×〖10〗^(-19) J).

distance d. Both sounds are in phase.

The work function of the metal is ....

Each sound source emits a wave with

(A) 5.345 eV

wavelength λ. The path difference of the

(B) 4.500 eV

two sources is ∆𝐿 = 𝐿1 − 𝐿2 . If the

(C) 3.345 eV

interference between the two sounds at

(D) 2.500 eV

point P is always destructive, the ∆𝐿 is

(E) 1.345 eV

equal to ... .

(A) d sinθ

𝑥 RELATIVISTIC

(B)

𝐿1

𝑥

(C) 𝑑 1. 2012

𝐿2

1 Half lives of two uranium isotopes U238 and

(D) 𝜆 U235 are known to be 4.5 x109 yr and

2

(E) 2λ 7.1x108 yr, respectively. If the earth was

formed with equal amounts of the two

3. 2013 isotopes, estimation the current age of the

earth given that uranium ores are 99.29%

A light source of wavelength λ illuminates

of U238 and 0.71 % of U235 is ....

a metal and ejects photoelectrons with a (A) 2 x 109 yr

maximum kinetic energy of 1.00 eV. A (B) 4 x 109 yr

second light source of wavelength λ/2 (C) 6 x 109 yr

illuminates a metal and ejects (D) 8 x 109 yr

photoelectrons with a maximum kinetic (E) 9 x 109 yr

energy of 4.00 eV. The work function of

2. 2015

the metal is ....

(A) 1.0 eV A beam with a length of L is measured by

(B) 1.5 eV an observer when the beam moves with a

speed of 1.8 x 108 m/s relative to him/her.

(C) 2.0 eV

The true statement is ... .

(D) 2.5 eV

(A) L = 0.60m

(E) 3.0 Ev

(B) L = 0.80m

4. 2013 (C) L = 0.90m

(D) L = 1.00m

Photons of wavelength 450 nm are

(E) L >> 1.00m

incident on a metal. The most energetic

electrons ejected from the metals are bent

into a circular arc of radius 20.0 cm by a

magnetic field with a magnitude of 2.00×〖

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