# NEET (NTA)-National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Medical) Physics: Questions 285 - 289 of 2320

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## Question number: 285

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The acceleration due to gravity at a place can be determined with the help of a simple pendulum. For this purpose effective length of the pendulum is considered. If ′ be the length of the string and ‘d’ the diameter of the bob then the effective length is equal to

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Choice (4)Response

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b.

c.

l + d

d.

l-d

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Capacitor C 3 in the circuit is variable capacitor (its capacitance can be varied). Graph is plotted between potential differences V, (across capacitor C 1) versus C 3, Electric potential V 1 approaches on asymptote of 10 volts as C 3 → ∞

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The ratio of energy stored in capacitor C 1 to that of total energy when C 3 → ∞ is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

b.

Zero

c.

Data insufficient

d.

1

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The ratio of the capacitance C1/C2 will be

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b.

c.

d.

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The value of C 3 for which potential difference across C 1 will become 8V, is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

2.5 C 1

b.

1.5 C 1

c.

3.5 C 1

d.

4.5 C 1

## Question number: 289

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An engine of mass 6 x 10 4 kg pulls a coach of mass 2 x 10 4 kg. Suppose that there is a resistance of 1 N per 100 kg acting on both coach and engine, and that the driving

Force of engine is 4800 N. The acceleration of the engine and tension in the coupling will respectively be

### Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

0.04 m/s 2, 20 N

b.

0.05 m/s 2, 1200 N

c.

400 m/s 2, 200 N

d.

0.09 m/s 2, 2000 N

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