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Question number: 1877
» Gravitation » Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
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The semimajor axes of the orbits of mercury and mars are respectively 0.387 and 1.524 in astronomical unit. If the period of Mercury is 0.222 year, what is the period of Mars?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  1.73 years 

b.  1.23 years 

c.  3.24 years 

d.  1.95 years 

Question number: 1878
» Oscillations and Waves » Doppler Effect in Sound
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The speed of sound in air at a given temperature is 250 m/s. An engine blows whistle at a frequency of 810 cps. It is approaching the observer with velocity 25 m/s. The apparent frequency in cps heard by the observer will be
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  1100 

b.  800 

c.  900 

d.  1000 

Question number: 1879
» Gravitation » Orbital Velocity of a Satellite
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A satellite is revolving in an orbit close to the earth’s surface. Taking the radius of the earth as 5.8 ⨯ 10 ^{6} meter, the value of the orbital speed and the period of revolution of the satellite will respectively be (g = 9.8 meter/sec ^{2})
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  7.5 km/sec, 8.0 minutes 

b.  2.7 km/sec, 8.51 minutes 

c.  7.75 km/sec, 80.51 minutes 

d.  7.5 km/sec, 80.51 minutes 

Question number: 1880
» Experimental Skills » Galvanometer
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A current of 5.5 A produces a deflection of 45° in the galvanometer. The figure of merit is
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Question number: 1881
» Gravitation » Orbital Velocity of a Satellite
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A satellite has to revolve round the earth in a circular orbit of radius 6 ⨯ 10 ^{3} km. The velocity of projection of the satellite in this orbit will be 
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