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Question number: 14

» Wave Optics » Polarization

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If we consider electrons and photons of the same wavelength, then they will have same –

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Velocity

b.

Energy

c.

Momentum

d.

Angular momentum

Question number: 15

» Ray Optics » Deviation and Dispersion of Light by a Prism

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In an equilateral triangular prism, the angle of minimum derivation for a certain wavelength is . The corresponding angle of incidence is –

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d.

Question number: 16

» Kinematics » Average Speed and Instantaneous Velocity

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R. M. S. velocity of a particle is at pressure P. If the pressure increases by two times, then R. M. S. velocity will become –

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d.

Question number: 17

» Laws of Motion » Laws of Friction

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If the coefficient of friction of a plane inclined at is , then acceleration of a body sliding freely on it is

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Question number: 18

» Kinematics » Motion in a Plane

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A man is standing on a spring platform. Reading of spring balance is wt. If man jumps outside from the platform, then reading of spring balance –

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Increase

b.

Remain same

c.

Decrease to zero

d.

Both a. and c. are correct

Question number: 19

» Work, Energy and Power » Conservation of Mechanical Energy

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A simple pendulum with a bob of mass oscillates from to and back to A such that is H. If the acceleration due to gravity is , then the velocity of the bob as it passes through B is –

Sector c Sector c: CircularSector [A, B, C] Segment f Segment f: Segment [D, E] Point A A = (2.14, 1.74) Point A A = (2.14, 1.74) Point B B = (-0.86, 1.7) Point B B = (-0.86, 1.7) Point C C = (5.18, 1.72) Point C C = (5.18, 1.72) Point D Point D: Point on cPoint D Point D: Point on cPoint E E = (2.14, 3.64) Point E E = (2.14, 3.64) A text1 = “A”B text1_1 = “B”C text1_2 = “C”P text1_3 = “P”H text1_4 = “H”

a Simple Pendulum Oscillate From A to C

In figure a simple pendulum with a bob of mass m oscillates from A to C is shown.

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