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Question number: 511

» Kinematics in One and Two Dimensions

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An object is moving with velocity towards North, then it takes turn left and moves with velocity . Calculate the resultant velocity of the particle.

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Question number: 512

» Electric Circuits

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Which of the following, gives value equivalent to ?

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None of the above

Question number: 513

» Periodic Motion, Mechanical Waves & Sound

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Two simple harmonic oscillations are given by the equations: and . Consider the and are the frequencies of and , respectively. And and are the amplitudes of and , respectively. What are the ratios of and , respectively?

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Question number: 514

» Atomic & Nuclear Physics

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A photon is emitted as an atom makes a transition from to level. What is the energy of the emitted photon?

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Question number: 515

» Light & Optics

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An object is placed at the focal point of a thin convex lens. Which of the following statements best describes the image that forms?

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The image is virtual, forming at twice the focal length on the same side of the lens as the object.

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The image is real, forming at the focal length on the side of the lens opposite the object.

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No image will form.

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The image is real, forming at twice the focal length on the side of the lens opposite the object.

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All of the above

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