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Leader Test Series/Joint Package Course

TARGET : PRE-MEDICAL 2016

DATE : 18 - 10 - 2015
Test Pattern : AIPMT

TEST # 08
Test Type : Unit Test

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HINT SHEET
1.

Moment of inertia (= S mr 2) for a given body

2.

According to theorem of parallel axis,

rotation changes, usually moment of inertia

I = I CG + M(2R) 2
where, I CG = MI about an axis through the

will changes. Moment of inertia for a given

centre of gravity.

depends on the axis of rotation. So if axis of

axis depends on mass, shapes with same axis,


I =

moment of inertia will be different.

2
22
MR 2
MR 2 + 4MR 2 =
5
5

For a given shape, size, mass and axis it also


depends on the distribution of mass within

or MK2 =

the body. Farther the constituent particles of


a body are from the axis of rotation, larger

\ K=

will be its moment of inertia. So moment of


inertia does not depend only on angular
3.

22
MR 2
5

22
R.
5

[Note: Due to above reason it follows that

Let M be the mass of each disc. Let R A and


R B be the radii of discs A and B respectively.

in case of hollow and solid bodies of same

Then

velocity.

mass, radius and shape for a given axis, the


moment of inertia of the hollow body is
greater than that of the solid body ]

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As
\

M = pR 2Atd A = pR 2Btd B
dA > dB
R 2A < R 2B

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Now, I A =

1
1
MR 2A , I B = MR 2B
2
2

I A R2A
=
<1
I B R 2B

i.e.,
4.

mR 2

M
2
2
(16R
+
16R
)
4
+ m(2k 2 )

= 12
2

I A < I B.

I COD = S m

8 10 p
MR 2 .
=
3 16

8.

= m A rA2 + mBrB2

Torque exerted on the disc,


t = TR
Now,
t - Ia

= ma 2 + m(a cos 60) 2


l1

a2 5 2
= ma
= ma + m
4 4
2

5.

= 2 Ml + 2M l
l2
2

t
TR
2TR 2T
=
=
=
1
I
MR 2 MR
MR 2
2

A
l B

2 2
Ml .
3

Ml 2 Ml 2
+
=
6
2

6.

\ a=

l2

I median line = I A + I B + I C + I D
2

8
MR 2 - 10mR 2
3

T
C

L L L
- =
The distance OC =
2 3 6

Median

Applying the theorem of parallel axes,


I C = I O + M(OC) 2
ML2
L
+ M
=
12
6

1
mv 2
KT
2
=
1
K 1
mv 2 + Iw2
2
2

9.

ML2
=
.
9

1
mv 2
2
2
=
(Q I = mr 2 v = rw)
1
1 2
5
mv 2 + mr 2 v 2 v 2 / r 2
2
2 5

L/3
O

A
L/2

7.

L/2

M = Mass of the square plate before cutting


the holes
Mass of one hole,

M
m=
2
16R

2 pM
pR = 16

\ M o me n t of i n er ti a o f t he r em a in in g
portion,
I = I square 4I hole

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10.

KT
=
K

1
2
1+
5

5
or
7

5 : 7

In vertical direction,
0 v 2 sin 2 45 = 2gh
v2
h =
4g

or

At the highest point momentum = mv cos 45


=

mv
2

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(because vertical component of velocity
becomes zero at the highest point)
\ Angular momentum =

=
11.

mv
2

v2
mv 3
=
4g 4 2g

1 2 1
1
1
Iw + Mv 2 = Mk 2 w2 + MR 2 w2
2
2
2
2

1
Mw2 (k 2 + R2 )
2

a =

g sin q
.
b

When the gymnast lower his hands, his


moment of inertia about the axis of rotation
decreases (because mass is now located
nearer the axis of rotation).
Now, angular momentum of the system will
remain constant (i.e., Iw = constt.), hence
angular velocity gets increased.

16.

n =

1
1
Mw2 k 2 and K T = Mw2 R 2
2
2

900
rps = 15 rps
60

w0 = 2pn = 2p 15 = 30p rad/sec


t = 60 sec, w = 0
Now, w = w0 + at
0 = 30p + a 60

1
Mw2 k 2
KR
k2
2
\
=
= 2
Total KE 1
(k + R 2 )
Mw2 (k 2 + R 2 )
2

\ a =

The rolling sphere has rotation as well as


translation kinetic energy,

\ Retardation =

KE =

1
1
mu 2 + Iw2
2
2

1
12

mu 2 + mr 2 w2
2
25

1
mu 2 7
2
= mu 2
= mu +
2
5
10

Potential energy = Kinetic energy


\

mgh =
h =

13.

ds
dv
= v and
=a
dt
dt

15.

Total kinetic energy - K R + K T

KR =

12.

mv
h
2

But,

7
mu 2
10
7u 2
10g

From the figure in question 191, we find


h = s sin q
So,
v 2 = (2gs sin q)/b
Differentiating it w.r.t. time, we get;
2v.

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dv 2gsin q ds
=

dt
b
dt

17.

30 p
p
=60
2
p
rad/sec 2.
2

For sliding motion, V = V 0 + at = V 0 mgt


...(i)
as

a =

f -mMg
=
= -mg
M
M

It is worth noting here that when a body is given


initial velocity V0 on a rough surface, the velocity
is reduced because sliding is opposed by friction.
On the other hand, rolling is caused by friction.
When the relation V = Rw is satisfied, pure rolling
occurs.
Now, angular velocity of the body after t sec is,
w = w0 + 9 at
= at
( Q w0 = 0)
...(ii)
Also,
t = Ia = = fR = mMgR
\

a=

mMgR
I

....(iii)

Form eqn. (ii) and (iii),


w =

mMgR
t
I

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\ w=

26.

mMgR
mgt
t=
2
2
MR 2
R
5
5

Hence,

Rw =

5
mgt
2

2
2
Rw = V
5
5
(For pure rolling, V = Rw)
Putting in eqn. (i), We have,
mgt =

or

2
V
5

V = V0

=
27.

5
V0
7
When the separation between the lines of
action of the forces is zero, they cannot
constribute a couple and the body cannot
rotate.
d = 1m, r = 0.5 m

100
= 50 amp
2

V = VR2 + (VL - VC )2

V = 80 2 (60 - 120) 2
28.

7
V = V0
5

or

I = 10 sin 314 t
< I 2 > = < 10 2 sin 2 314 t >
= 100 < sin 2 314 t >

V = 100 V
Frequency of D.C. source f = 0
so, reactance by capacitor

XC =

V =

18.

20.

so, Z = R 2 + X C2
29.

Z =
average power P avg = V rms I rms cos f

120 2 p
= 4p rad/sec
w = 120 rpm =
60
\

L =Iw =

Mr 2
w
2

20 (0.5)2
4p
=
2
= 10 0.25 4 3.14
= 31.4 kg-m 2/sec.

21.

T=

23.
25.

cos f =

31.

p
T
T =
3 2p
6

p
1
=
=
60 6 360
Circuit is resistive
V 120
= 1 amp
so, I = =
R 120
at half power frequency Z = 2R
VL = VC
so, circuit is in resonance
so, voltage drop at combination of L & C will
be zero
so, V R = 200 V

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Z = 100

= 100

100 R

10 Z

= 100

100 6

10 10

= 600 W
f = 30

R
3
=
2
2

R
3
=
R = 50 3W
100
2

p
3

So, time difference =

22.

30.

1 1
=
f 60

f = 60 =

1
=
2pfc

X L = 10000 W given f 1 = 10000 H 2


X L1 = 2 pf1 L = 10000W

at f 2 = 20000 Hz
X L2 = 2pf2 L = 2p 20000L

X L1
X L2
X L1
X L2

2pf1 L
2pf2 L

f1 10000 1
=
=
f2 20000 2

X L2 = 2X L1 = 20000W

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32.

V = 10 sin wt, I = 5 cos (wt + p/6)


V = 10 cos (p/2 + wt)
so, phase difference =

33.

34.

p p p
- =
2 6 3

XL f
so, when freq. is doubled then X L will also
be doubled.
so, when switch B is closed then current will
be half.
frequency of LC oscillator.

w=

w=

quality factor Q = wL
R

40.

r.m.s. value of electric field =


E0
2

1
LC

30 10 -6 27 10 -3

27 3 10 -8

2 p LC

42.

1
2p LC

C = 87.9 pf
in LC oscillator energy will be completely
magnetic when current is max so

T 3T
,
.... etc.
4 4

in LCR circuit at resonance frequency


XL = XC

XC

1
& XL f
f

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ur
so, E k

T 6.28 10 -3
= 1.59ms
t= =
4
4

37.

= 4.58 10 6 J/m 3
ur
B i[(dir)]

t=

for E-M
wave
ur ur ur
C EB
ur
ur
B i,C j

1
1

C=

3
1200 10 2 p 200 10 -6
36.

1
8.854 10 -12 720 2
2

1
0 E 20
2

direction of prppagation is along


ur
y-dir. so C j

for min. value of capacitance frequency


should be max. so f max. = 1200 k Hz
1200 103 =

= 720 N/C (given)

Average total energy density =

E0

E 0 = 720 2 N/C

10 4
w=
rad / s
9
f=

38.

1
2p LC

f=

35.

so, when frequency of applied emf is less


than the resonant frequency then X C > X L
so, circuit is capacitive.

so that
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.

ur
2p

E = E 0 cos wt - y z
l

NCERT XII part-I Pg.# 274


NCERT XII part-I Pg.# 277
NCERT XII part-I Pg.# 272
NCERT P.g. # 159-160
2Na[Al(OH)4] aq. + CO2(g) Al2O3 . xH2O(s)
Sod. Aluminate
+ 2 NaHCO3(aq.)
NCERT P.g. # 149
NCERT P.g. # 161
NCERT P.g. # 149
NH2
|

(E.g. s in froth floatation) Aniline

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51.
53.
55.
57.
58.
59.
60.
62.

NCERT P.g. # 157


2 Cu2S + 3O2 2 Cu2O + 2SO2
NCERT P.g. # 160
NCERT P.g. # 154 (Ex. 6.3)
NCERT P.g. # 201
Flourine is most reactive.
NCERT P.g. # 179
NCERT P.g. # 174
N2 does not support combustion. It is filled in
electric bulb.
C12H22O11 + 18[O]
6 (COOH)2 + 5 H2O
From HNO3
Oxalic acid

63.
65.

BaO2 + O3
BaO + 2 O2
Oxidising agent are electron acceptore, there fore,
I.E. which involves removal of e has no relevance
in oxidising property.

81.

N=

82.

Eq. of O2 = eq. of Fe2O3

1000
w
15.8
1000

= 10 N
V(mL)
E
158 / 5
50

84.

85.

w = 480 gm
Cr2O42 + 8H+ + 3HCOOH 2Cr+3 + 3CO2 + 7H2O
3 moles of formic acid reduces = 1 mol K2Cr2O7
1 mole of formic acid reduce = 1/3 mole of K2Cr2O7
NO3 + 2H+ + e NO2 + H2O
...(1)

NO3 + 6H + 5e 0.5N2 + 3H2O ...(2)


NO3 + 5H+ + 4e 0.5N2O + 2.5H2O ...(4)
O

86.

Cr
O

100.
101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.

120. NCERT-XI Pg. # 158


127. NCERT-XI Pg. # 217
129. NCERT-XI Pg. # 217
130. NCERT Pg. # 208
131. NCERT-XI Pg. # 232
133. NCERT-XI Pg. # 222
134. NCERT Pg. # 182
136. NCERT Pg.# 218 (E), 219 (H)
138.
140.
142.
143.

NCERT
NCERT
NCERT
NCERT

Pg.#
Pg.#
Pg.#
Pg.#

213
223
212
191

(E),
(E),
(E),
(E),

(H)
(H)
(H)
(H)

144. NCERT Pg.# 178 (E), (H)


145. NCERT Pg.# 189, 190 (E)
147. NCERT Pg.# 198, (E), (H)
148. NCERT Pg.# 250, (E), 250-251 (H)
149. NCERT Pg.# 221 (E), (H)
150. NCERT Pg.# 251 (E), (H), Fig. 15.12
156. NCERT Pg.# 240, 245, 246, 247 (E), (H)
157. NCERT Pg.# 250 (E),(H)
158. NCERT Pg.# 252
159. NCERT Pg.# 250
160. NCERT Pg.# 249, (E), (H)

163. NCERT Pg.# 189, (E), 190 (H)

+2

+2

O=C=C=C=O
Avg. ON 4/3
NCERT-XI Pg. # 212, 213
NCERT-XI Pg. # 158
NCERT-XI Pg. # 159
NCERT-XI Pg. # 155
NCERT-XI Pg. # 201 Fig.-12.3
NCERT-XI Pg. # 197
NCERT-XI Pg. # 231,232
NCERT-XI Pg. # 236

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110. NCERT-XI Pg. # 179

Two peroxide linkage = 4


one double bond = 2
Total = 6
87.

109. NCERT-XI Pg. # 189

146. NCERT Pg.# 196, (E), (H)


Fe 2 O3 Fe

V = 2(3 - 0) = 6
f

w 1600
=
8 160 / 6

108. NCERT-XI Pg. # 176

164. NCERT Pg.# 185,186,187,177


165. NCERT Pg.# 201, 198, 197
166. NCERT Pg.# 199
167. 6CO2 produced in aerobic respiration [264gms]
264
Each Co2 produces
=44. In alcoholic
6
fermentation 2CO2 produced so, 2 44 = 88gms. CO2
produced
171. NCERT Pg.# 184,179,185
173. NCERT Pg.# 232
174. NCERT Pg.# 208, (E)(H)
175. NCERT Pg.# 235, 236 (H)
179. NCERT Pg.# 187(E), 188(H)

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