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Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.4 (3 marks 3 min.) [12, 12]
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ANSWER KEY OF DPP NO. 01


1. (C) 2. (D) 3. (A) 4. (A) 5. (A), (B), (C), (D)


6. (A), (B), (C), (D) 7. (A) 8. (C) 9. (D)

1. One mole of an ideal gas at a temperature T1 expands slowly according to the law
p
= constant. Its final temperature is T2. The work done by the gas is :
V
p
 T1      = 
V
T2 
R 2R
(A) R(T2 T1) (B) 2R(T2 T1) (C*) (T2 T1) (D) (T2 T1)
2 3

2. A bead of mass m is attached to one end of a spring of natural length R and spring constant k =
( 3 1)mg
. The other end of the spring is fixed at point A on a smooth vertical ring of radius R as
R
shown in figure. The normal reaction at B just after it is released to move is
 m    R          
( 3 1)mg
k= R A
R
(fixed) () B 
B

30°
A

mg 3 3 mg
(A) (B) 3 mg (C) 3 3mg (D*)
2 2

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Sol.(D) The extension is spring is x = 2R cos 30° – R = 3 1R

Applying Newton's second law to the bead normal to circular ring at point B
N=k 3 1 R cos 30° + mg cos 30°
3 1
= mg 3 1 R cos 30° + mg cos 30°
R
3 3mg
N= .
2

3. A sounding body emitting a frequency of 150 Hz is dropped from a height. During its fall under gravity it
crosses a balloon moving upwards with a constant velocity of 2m/s one second after it started to fall.
The difference in the frequency observed by the man in balloon just before and just after crossing the
body will be: (given that -velocity of sound = 300m/s; g = 10m/s2)
   150 Hz     
1 2m/s 
 (
= 300m/s; g = 10m/s2
(A*) 12 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) 4
Sol. v v0
f f0
v vs
300 2
when approaching : fa = 150
300 10
300 2
when receding : fr = 150 fa – fr 12 Hence (A).
300 10

4. A particle is projected at angle 60º with speed 10 3 , from the point ' A ' as shown in the fig. At the
same time the wedge is made to move with speed 10 3 towards right as shown in the figure. Then the
time after which particle will strike with wedge is (g = 10 m/sec2) :
   'A'   60º   10 3   
(wedge) 10 3     


(A*) 2 sec (B) 2 3 sec


4
(C) sec (D) none of these 
3

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Sol. Suppose particle strikes wedge at height ‘S’ after time t. S = 15t – 10 t2 = 15t – 5 t2. During this time
2
distance travelled by particle in horizontal direction = 5 3 t. Also wedge has travelled travelled extra
distance

S 15t 5t 2
x= =
tan 30 1/ 3
Total distance travelled by wedge in time t = 10 3 t. = 5 3 t + 3 (15 – 5t2)
t = 2 sec.
Alternate Sol.
(by Relative Motion)

2u sin 30 2 10 3 1
T= = = 2 sec. 15
g cos 30 10 3
t = 2 sec. 30°

10 3 5 3

A
5.* A particle performing S.H.M. undergoes displacement of (where A = amplitude of S.H.M.) in one
2
second. At t = 0 the particle was located at either extreme position or mean position. The time period of
S.H.M. can be : (consider all possible cases)
A
  ( A =  )
2
 t = 0 
 : ()
(A*) 12s (B*) 2.4 (C*) 6s (D*) 1.2s
T T
Sol. It T be the time period ; time to go from O to Q is and from M to P is .
12 6

A
The displacement is when particle goes from O to Q, from O to N to Q,
2
from O to N to O to P, and so on
T T T 5T T T 7T
t= or t = or t=
12 4 6 12 2 12 12
Hence possible time period T is
12 1 12 1
T = 12 s or T= = 2.4 s or T= s
5 7
A
similarly displacement is when particle goes from M to P or M to N to P
2
Hence the possible time period T is
6 1
T = 1 × 6 = 6 s or T = s = 1.2 s
5
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T T
Hindi. T O Q  M  P   
12 6

A
 O Q, O N  Q, O N O P  
2
T T T 5T T T 7T
t= or t =  t=
12 4 6 12 2 12 12
T 
12 1 12 1
T = 12 s  T= = 2.4 s  s T=
5 7
A
M P M N P  
2
T 
6 1
T = 1 × 6 = 6 s or T = s = 1.2 s
5
Ans. T = 1.2 s, 6s, 2.4s, 12s

6.* In the figure shown all the surface are smooth. All the blocks A, B and C are movable, x-axis is
horizontal and y-axis vertical as shown. Just after the system is released from the position as shown.
   A, B  C   x- y-
 
y
A

B x
C

Horizontal Surface
(A*) Acceleration of 'A' relative to ground is in negative y-direction
(B*) Acceleration of 'A' relative to B is in positive x-direction
(C*) The horizontal acceleration of 'B' relative to ground is in negative x-direction.
(D*) The acceleration of 'B' relative to ground along the inclined surface of 'C' is greater than g sin .
(A*) 'A' y-
(B*) 'B' 'A' x-
(C*) 'B' x-
(D*) 'B' 'C' g sin 

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Sol. (Tough) There is no horizontal force on block A, therefore it does not move in x-direction, whereas there
is net downward force (mg – N) is acting on it, making its acceleration along negative y-direction.
Block B moves downward as well as in negative x-direction. Downward acceleration of A and B will be
equal due to constrain, thus w.r.t. B, A moves in positive x-direction.
 x-, (mg –
N)  y-
 B    x-  A  B   
B  A  x-

B B

Normal reaction due to C C 


Due to the component of normal exterted by C on B, it moves in negative x-direction.
C  B , x-
NA

B
NC

Mg  
 The force acting vertically downward on block B are mg and NA(normal reaction due to block A). Hence
the component of net force on block B along the inclined surface of B is greater than mg sin . Therefore
the acceleration of 'B' relative to ground directed along the inclined surface of 'C' is greater than g sin
  B   mg + NA ( A  )   B 
 B   mg sin     B 
 C g sin 

COMPREHENSION
A 2kg block hangs without vibrating at the bottom end of a spring with a force constant of 400 N/m. The
top end of the spring is attached to the ceiling of an elevator car. The car is rising with an upward
acceleration of 5 m/s2 when the acceleration suddenly ceases at time t = 0 and the car moves upward
with constant speed. (g = 10 m/s2)
400 N/m 2 
5 2 t = 0 
 (g = 10 2)

7. What is the angular frequency of oscillation of the block after the acceleration ceases?

(A*) 10 2 rad/s (B) 20 2 rad/s (C) 20 rad/s (D) 32 rad/s
K
Sol. = = 200 rad/s
m

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8. The amplitude of the oscillations is

(A) 7.5 cm (B) 5 cm (C*) 2.5 cm (D) 1 cm

9. The initial phase angle observed by a rider in the elevator, taking upward direction to be positive and
positive extreme position to have /2 phase constant, is equal to
   
 /2 
(A) zero (B) /2 rad (C) rad (D*) 3 /2 rad
Sol. 8, 9
Maximum extension the spring from natural position is x.
Then mg + ma = kx
2(10 5)m
x= = 7.5 cm
400
Extension of the spring when it is stretched to equilibrium line is x'.
mg =kx'
2 10
x' = = 5 cm
400
Therefore amplitude A = x –x' = 2.5 cm
If upward direction is taken as positive at t = 0, x = – A
Using x = A sin (w t + f)
– A = A sin f
Eq. line
3
f= F= 0
2 A
 8, 9
x  V=0
 mg + ma = kx
2(10 5)m
x= = 7.5 cm
400
 x' 
mg =kx'
2 10
x' = = 5 cm
400 Eq. line
A = x –x' = 2.5 cm F= 0
t = 0  x = – A A
x = A sin (w t + f) 
V=0
– A = A sin f
3
f=
2

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Course : VIJETA (JP) Date : 02-04-2015



Total Marks : 35 Max. Time : 37 min.
Single choice Objective ('–1' negative marking) Q.1 to Q.6 (3 marks 3 min.) [18, 18]
Comprehension ('–1' negative marking) Q.7 to Q.9 (3 marks 3 min.) [9, 9]
Match the Following (no negative marking) (2 × 4)Q.10 (8 marks 10 min.) [8, 10]


ANSWER KEY OF DPP NO. 02
1. (B) 2. (C)  3. (C) 4. (C) 5. (C) 6. (D) 7. (B)
8. (C) 9. (A) 10. (A) p,q (B) q,r (C) q,r (D) s

1. The value of = Cp/Cv for a gaseous mixture consisting of 2.0 moles of oxygen and
3.0 moles of helium. The gases are assumed to be ideal.
2.0  3.0     = Cp/Cv    

7 29 23 25
(A) (B*) (C) (D)
5 19 19 19

2. Figure shows the kinetic energy K of a simple pendulum versus its angle from the vertical. The
pendulum bob has mass 0.2 kg. The length of the pendulum is equal to (g = 10 m/s2).
 K  0.2
 (g = 10 2).
K(mJ)
15

10

5
(mrad)
-100 0 100
(A) 2.0 m (B) 1.8 m (C*) 1.5 m (D) 1.2 m

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1
Sol. mVm2 = 15 × 10–3 Vm = 0.150 m/s
2
g
A = 0.150 m/s L qm. = 0.150 m/s
L
0.150 0.150
gL = 3
L= = 1.5 m
100 10 0.1

3. A particle is revolving in a circle increasing its speed uniformly. Which of the following is constant?

      



(A) centripetal acceleration () (B) tangential acceleration ()
(C*) angular acceleration () (D) none of these ()
at dv
Sol. Angular acceleration ( ) = Since, a t = constant
r dt
magnitude of is constant
Also its direction is always constant (perpendicular to the plane of circular motion).
whereas, direction of at changes continuously a t is not constant.

4. A bead of mass m is located on a parabolic wire with its axis vertical and vertex at the origin as shown
in figure and whose equation is x2 = 4ay. The wire frame is fixed in vertical plane and the bead can slide
on it without friction. The bead is released from the point y = 4a on the wire frame from rest. The
tangential acceleration of the bead when it reaches the position given by y = a is :
 x2 = 4ay   
m     
y = 4a y = a 
 :

g 3g g g
(A) (B) (C*) (D)
2 2 2 5
Sol. x = 4ay
2

Differentiating w.r.t. y, we get


y 
dy x
=
dx 2a
dy
At (2a, a), =1
dx
hence  = 45°
the component of weight along tangential direction is mg sin .
 mg sin .
g
hence tangential acceleration is g sin =
2
g
 g sin =
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5. In the shown arrangement if f1, f2 and T be the frictional forces on 2 kg block, 3kg block and tension in
the string respectively, then their values are:
f1, f2  2 kg  3kg  T    


(A) 2 N, 6 N, 3.2 N (B) 2 N, 6 N, 0 N


(C*) 1 N, 6 N, 2 N (D) data insufficient to calculate the required values.
(D)  
Sol. (C) FBD
1N T
2kg T 3kg 8

fmax = 2 fmax = 6
Net force without friction on system is ‘7N’ in right side so first maximum friction will come on 3 kg block.
7N 3Kg 

1 2
2kg 2 3kg 8
1 6
So f2 = 1 N, f3 = 6 N, T = 2N
f2 = 1 N, f3 = 6 N, T = 2N

6. A block is attached with a spring and is moving towards a fixed wall with speed v as shown in figure. As
the spring reaches the wall, it starts compressing. The work done by the spring on the wall during the
process of compression is :
 v 
 


(A) 1/2 mv2 (B) mv2 (C) Kmv (D*) zero 
Sol. As point of application of force is not moving, therefore work done by the force is zero
 

COMPREHENSION
A pulse is started at a time t = 0 along the +x direction on a long, taut string. The shape of the pulse at
t = 0 is given by function f(x) with
  t = 0  +x   t = 0 
f(x) 
x x
1 for 4 x 0 4 x 0  1
4 4
f(x ) x 1 for 0 x 1 f(x ) 0 x 1  x 1
0 otherwise   0

here f and x are in centimeters. The linear mass density of the string is 50 g/m and it is under a tension
of 5N,
f x (cm)  50 g/m 5N 
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7. The shape of the string is drawn at t = 0 and the area of the pulse enclosed by the string and the x-axis
is measured. It will be equal to
t = 0 x-
(A) 2 cm2 (B*) 2.5 cm2 (C) 4 cm2 (D) 5 cm2
Sol. Shape of the pulse at t = 0
t = 0 
y(cm)
1

x(cm)
–4 0 1

That is a triangular pulse 


1 5
Area of the pulse = [(4 × 1) + (1 × 1)] = cm2
2 2
8. The vertical displacement of the particle of the string at x = 7 cm and t = 0.01 s will be
(A) 0.75 cm (B) 0.5 cm (C*) 0.25 cm (D) zero
x = 7 cm t = 0.01 s 
(A) 0.75 cm (B) 0.5 cm (C*) 0.25 cm (D) 
T
Sol. v= = 10 m/s

Solution of the wave equation that gives displacement of any piece of the string at any time

(x vt ) (x vt )
1 for vt 4 x vt 1 vt 4 x vt  
4 4
y f ( x, t ) ( x vt ) 1 for vt x vt 1 y f ( x, t ) (x vt ) 1 vt x vt 1  
0 otherwise 0  

Using v = 1000 cm/s, t = 0.01 s 


vt = 10 cm
as  (vt – 4) < (x = 7 cm) < vt
1 1
y= (7 – 10) + 1 = cm = 0.25 cm
4 4
9. The transverse velocity of the particle at x = 13 cm and t = 0.015 s will be
x = 13 cm t = 0.015 s 
(A*) –250 cm/s (B) –500 cm/s (C) 500 cm/s (D) –1000 cm/s
y
Sol. Transverse velocity =
t
at t = 0.015 s, vt = 15 cm
as for x = 13 cm
(vt – 4) < x < vt
y
=
t
t = 0.015 s , vt = 15 cm
x = 13 cm 
(vt – 4) < x < vt
therefore 
y v
= – = – 250 cm/s 
t 4

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10. In each situation of column-I, the x-coordinate of a particle moving along x-axis is given in terms of time
t. ( is a positive constant). Match the equation of motion given in column-I with the type of motion
given in column-II.
-I  x-   t    x- ( 
) -I -II 
Column-I Column-II
(A) sin t – cos t (p) SHM
(B) sin3 t (q) Periodic
(C) sin t + sin3 t + sin5 t (r) Periodic but not SHM
(D) exp (– 2 t2) (s) Non periodic
-I -II
(A) sin t – cos t (p) (SHM)
(B) sin3 t (q) (periodic) 
(C) sin t + sin3 t + sin5 t (r) 
(D) exp (– t )
2 2
(s) 
Ans. (A) p,q (B) q,r (C) q,r (D) s
1 1
Sol. (A) x 2 sin t cos t x = 2 sin ( t – ) is periodic with SHM.
2 2 4
(B) x = sin t can not be written
3

as x = A sin( ' t + ) so it is not SHM


but periodic motion.
(C) Linear combination of different periodic function is also periodic function.
d2 x
is not directly proportional to x i.e. this motion is not SHM
dt 2
(D) x continuously decreases with time. So x is not periodic function.
1 1
(A) x 2 sin t cos t x = 2 sin ( t – ) SHM 
2 2 4
(B) x = sin3 t as x = A sin( ' t + ) 
SHM 
(C) 
d2 x
x SHM 
dt 2
(D) x x 

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