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201213
Paper Code 
12
D C,B,A
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QUESTIONS
Q. 1
The number of
Four
Three
Two
One
Rotatory
Vibratory
Circular
Random
motion
motion
motion
motion
210.0g
1
significant figures in 210.0 g are
2
The spinning motion of a body around its
own axis is called
One Newton(N) is equal to
3
Rate of change
of momentum can be written as
4
F
5
The magnitude of Resultant force (F) is given by
N m1 Kg2
N m Kg1
The S.I unit of gravitational constant is
S.I
6
h
7
Formula for orbital velocity of satellite at
height h is
Momentum
Torque
Power
Energy
Rate of doing work is called
One pascal is equal to
pgl
pgh
Pga
pgv
8
9
10
Up thrust of liquid is given by
11
The relation between coefficient of volume
expansion
and linear expansion
is
Rate of flow
Temperature
Time
Length
Area
of heat is inversely proportional to
12
(vii) Differentiate between land and sea breezes. (ii) On doubling the moment arm. (iii) Differentiate between physical balance and electronic balance. (v) Calculate the value of latent heat of fusion of 4 kg of ice at (vi) Define rate of flow of heat and write its mathematical form.20 12 13 (I) 63 2:45 WZZ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Z Part . Differentiate between circular motion and rotatory motion. (viii) Why is it not advisable to wear dark colour clothes in summer season?.I unit. what will be the effect on value of centripetal force. (iii) Write any two uses of thermal expansion in our daily life. mass 2 kg and (ix) Calculate the value of force acting on a body of produces an acceleration of 2 ms2 in it.axis (i) F (ii) " (iii) (vi) SI 4 2 (i) (iv) A force "F" is acting on a body at an angle (v) g (viii) (vii) with xaxis. (iii) Define law of gravitation and write its mathematical form. (iv) Why are communication satellites stationed at geostationary orbits? (v) Why is the value of "g" different at different places? (vi) Define work and write its S. (viii) For a body of mass "m" moving in a circle of radius "r". If its velocity is doubled. calculate its power. (vii) Define limiting friction and write its mathematical form. (PT O) . Why a wooden block floats on surface of water?. (viii) A machine does 4 Joule of work in 2 sec. (vi) Differentiate between distance and displacement. (vii) Write the names of any four forms of Energy. Write the magnitude of horizontal and vertical components of the force. (ii) Describe scientific notation? Give an example.™ ÆZ ÐÃÐ~ sF `GŠ X4 (ii) (iv) (i) (iii) (vi) (v) (viii) (vii) (i) On what factors pressure of a liquid depends?. 4. (iv) (v) Define scalars and vectors.™ ÆZ ÐÃÐ~ sF `GŠ X 3 X . find its effect on the value of torque. Answer any FIVE parts from the followings: (10) X.™ (12) ÆZ B ÐÐÃÐ ~sF `GŠ X2 (ii) (i) (iv) (vi) ! (iii) (v) (vii) r m (viii) 2 (ix) (i) Define base and derived quantities. Answer any FIVE parts from the followings: (10) X. Answer any SIX parts from the followings: X.I 2. 3. (iv) On what factors evaporation of liquid depends?. (ii) Define principle of floatation.
Find the Young's modulus of the wire.8N 6. 3 1+3 8 3 ! 2. (a) Define Centripetal force & Derive its formula. 1+3 (b) A Cube of glass of 5cm side and mass 306g has a Cavity inside it. 7x3=21 X. 4 (b) Find the mass of a small stone by a Physical Balance. (a) Define thermal expansion and derive an expression for linear thermal expansions in solids. 3 . If the density of glass if 2.8 N & 4. Find 3 1+3 9 1mm 10.( 2 ).02cm % X 11 . (a) Define Pressure. 6 1+3 (b) A Picture frame is hanging by two vertical strings. 3 Part . Weights are suspended as shown in the fig. 5 ' 5 & 0.55gcm # 306g 5 3 8. A meter rod is balanced at 50 cm. 3 1+3 3 4. The tension in the strings are 3.55gcm the volume of the cavity.Part .. (a) Derive Second Equation of Motion with the help of Graph. Find its Orbital Speed.. (b) A steel wire 1 m long has cross sectional area 1+3 is stretched through 1mm by a force of 10000 N. 3 2 KE=1/2mv 1+3 7 850 3 2 7.II XZŠ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Note: Attempt any Three questions. 1+3 (b) A Polar satellite is launched at 850 KM above Earth.III XÎXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Z (Practical Part) Attempt any two Questions 5 % 5x2=10 "W1"50cm 10 10. (a) Define kinetic Energy and prove that KE=1/2mv . Find unknown weight (W 1) by using principle of moments. Drive an expression for the pressure in liquids.000 N 1 $ 3 9. Find the weight of the picture frame.4N.4N 3.™ Z Æ]ÑZÎ& ÐÐÃ X^â 4 3 5.
Differentiate between positive and negative zero error. Apply zero correction on a cylinder of diameter 0.81 cm measured by a vernier calliper having positive zero error 0.11.02 cm. Find corrected dimater of cylinder 5 .
5 12 12. time (min) 0 Temp(C0) 30 5 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 20 0 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 100 100 100 120 .Draw a graph between time & tempeture when ice is converted in to steam by slow heating with the help of following table.