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# M. W.

Khans
P.M.T. & I.I.T. CLASSES
1. GM/r has the dimensional formula (a)ML2T2 (b)LT-3 (c)L2T-2 (d)M-2L-2T-2 2. A 2% error is possible in orbital radius observed can result in an error in velocity calculated equal to (a)1% (b)2% (c)3% (d)1/3% 3. With the above observed error of 2% in r, the calculated error in time period is(a)1% (b) 2% (c) 3% (d)4% 4. Viscosity is measured in Nsm-2 in SI units. The number of equivalent CGS unit(poise) for 1 SI unit is (a) 0.1 (b)10 (c)20 (d)100 5. Specific heat of water is 4200J kg-1 K-1.It is equivalent to x cal g-1 o C-1 where x is (1 cal=4.2 J) (a)1 (b)2.2 (c)4.2 (d)4.8 6. Let one kilowatt hour be taken as one unit of energy denoted by u. The work done by force of 5N producing a displacement of 1 Km is (a)1/720u (b)1/120u (c)1/36 103u (d)5103u 7. The potential energy U of a particle varies with distance x from a fixed origin as U=ax/(b+x3), where , a and b are constants .Then, (a)the dimensional formula for a is ML9/2T-2 (b) the dimensional formula for a/b is ML3/2T-1 (c)the operation (a+b) is permissible (d)the operation x+b1/3 is not possible 8. The dimensional formula of o/B2, where o=Permeability of free space and B=magnetic field, is (a)M-1LT2 (b) M-1L-1T (c)M-1L-2T2 (d)M-1L-1T2 9. The pair of quantities having the same dimensional representation is (a)torque, angular momentum (b)stress, energy (c)pressure, Youngs modulus (d)force, momentum The SI unit of quantity 1/2Lv2, where is density, L length, v velocity, is (a)newton (b)newton metre (c)kg/s2 (d)kg m2 The (n+1)th division of a vernier scale coincides with the nth division of the main scale and one main scale division is equal to a unit .The least count of the vernier is (a) n/(n+1)unit (b) an/(n+1)unit (c) a/(n+1)unit (d) (n+1)/an unit A uniform wire of length l=50.05cm and radius r=0.50.005cm has mass m=0.4+0.004g. The maximum percentage error in its density is (a)1 (b)2 (c)4 (d)5.8 The total distance travelled(in m ) by a particle is given by S=6t2 where t is the time (in s). Find the average speed of the particle in the time interval from 0 to 5 s (a)30 (b)40 (c)10 (d)20 When a bus takes a hairpin curve on a hill, the motion will be (a)two dimensional (b)three dimensional (c)one or two dimensional (d)two or three dimensional The position time graph of a body in uniform motion is as shown. Then, 10.

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(a) the body is moving away from the observer(b)the body is moving towards the observer (c)such a position-time graph is not possible in the case of uniform motion (d)the body is moving with decreasing velocity 16. The position time graphs of two bodies moving in the same direction are as shown. The ratio of their speeds vA:vB will be (a)3:1 (b)1:3 (c)3:1 (d)1:3

19. Figure shows a-t graph of a body starting from rest. Then the velocity of the body after 2 s is (a)5m/s (b)10m/s (c)20m/s (d)15m/s a (m/s2) 5m/s2 2m/s2

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20. A body is thrown vertically upward. Which among the following is its velocity time graph? v v x(t) 30o 60o (a) t 17. The variation of velocity of a particle moving along a straight line is illustrated in the figure. The distance travelled by the particle in 4 s is A B 20 C V(m/s) 0 D 10 t (b)

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T(s) (a)60m (b)55m (c)30m (d)25m 18. A train 200m long passes over a bridge 600m long. The time taken by train to cross the bridge when the train moves with a uniform speed of 10m/s is (a)100s (b)40s (c)80s (d)60s

21. A body moves along a straight line with constant acceleration for 20 s after it starts from rest. It covers a distance S1 in the first 10 seconds and S2 in the next 10 seconds of its motion. Relation between S1 and S2 is (a)S2=3S1 (b)S2=4S1 (c)S2=2S1 (d)S2=S1

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