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GURUKUL MONTHLY TEST: GUESS QUESTIONS

1. A charge Q, located at a point

r is in equilibrium under
the combined electric field of three charges q
1
, q
2
, q
3
. If
the charges q
1
, q
2
are located at points
2 1
r and r

respectively, find the direction of the force on Q due to
q
3
, in terms of q
1
, q
2
,

r and r , r 2 1
.
2. Prove that if the electric field is uniform in some
region, then the charge density must be zero in that
region.
3. What would Gausss law look like for the gravitational
field, which is defined by force/unit mass of a test
body?
4. The angles of inclination of the suspended charged
pendulum are 30 and 60 due to electric field of the
infinite sheets of surface charge densities o
1
and o
2

respectively. Then find the ratio
2
1
o
o
.

5. Find the ratio of o
E
passing through the surfaces S
1
and
S
2
.

6. Electric charge is uniformly distributed along a long
straight wire of radius 1 mm. The charge per cm length
of the wire is Q coulomb. Another cylindrical surface of
radius 50 cm and length 1m symmetrically encloses the
wire as shown in fig . Find the total electric flux passing
through the cylindrical surface.

7. If V = axy then prove that electric field at a point is
proportional to r.
8. Two thin wire rings each having a radius R are placed at
a distance d apart with their axes coinciding. The
charges on the two rings are +q and q. What is the
potential difference between the centres of the two
rings .
9. If 3 2 1 E and E , E

are the fields contributed by q
1
, q
2

and q
3
on Gaussian surface respectively
,
then what is
the E field at P.

10. Two charges q
1
and q
2
are placed 30 cm apart, as
shown in figure. A third charge q
3
is moved along the
arc of a circle of radius 40 cm from C to D. The change
in the potential energy of the system is , Find
the value of k.

11. An electric charge 10
3
is placed at the origin (0, 0) of
X Y co-ordinate system. Two points
A and B are situated at (\2, \2) and (2, 0) respectively.
Find the potential difference between the points A and
B.
12. The potential at a point x (measured in mm) due to
some charges situated on the x-axis is given by
V(x) = 20/(x
2
- 4) Volts. Find the electric field E at x= 4
m .
13. A ring of radius R has a charge +q. A charge q
0

is freed from the distance on its axis. Find the
kinetic energy when it reaches to the centre of
the ring.
14. Electric field intensity i s given by the relation E
= 100/x
2
where x is i n meters. Find potenti al
difference between the points x = 10 m and x =
20 m.
15. 2C charge is in some Gaussion surface, given
outwar flux , what addition charge is needed
if we want that 6 flux enters i nto the
Gaussian surface.
16. What is the val ue of el ectric fl ux i n SI unit in Y-
Z plane of area 2m
2
, if intensity of electric
field is N/C.
17. An infinite pl ane of positive charge has a
surface charge density . A metal ball B of mass
m and charge q is attached to a thread and tied
to a point A on the sheet PQ. Find the angle
which AB makes with the pl ane PQ.
k
4
q
0
3
e t
B
q
2
A
q
1
40cm
C
q
3
D
30cm
) j

2 i

5 ( E + =

18. Three charges +q, +q, +2q are arranged as


shown in figure. What is the field at point P
(center of side AC)

19. On an insulated rod haring length L, Q charge is
evenly distributed and a point charge q is
placed at a distance d from are of its ends as
shown. What will be the total electric force on
q.
20. Two similar small balls having mass m and
charge q are suspended by silk strings having
length , accordi ng to the figure. If in the
figure is an acute angle then for equi librium
what will be the distance between the centres
of the two balls.

21. A mass particle (mass = m and charge = q) is placed
between two point charges of charge q at 2L distance
apart. Find the frequency of oscillation of mass particle
if it is displaced for a small distance longitudinally.
22. An electron is projected as in fig. with kinetic energy K,
at an angle = 45
0
between two charged plates. Find
the magnitude of the electric field so that the electron
just fails to strike the upper plate.

23. The metal plate on the left in fig. carries a surface
charge of + per unit area. The metal plate on the
right has a surface charge of -2 per unit area. It is
assumed that the plates are large and the central plate
is connected to earth. What is the charge densities on
the left and right surface of the central plate are?

24. The electric field in a region surrounding the origin is
uniform and along the x-axis. A small circle is drawn
with the centre at the origin cutting the axes at points
A, B, C, D having coordinates (a, 0); (0, a); (a, 0); (0,
a) respectively as shown in fig. Then at what point the
potential is minimum ?

25. For the isolated charged conductor shown in fig. the
potential at points A, B, C and D are V
A
, V
B
, V
C
and V
D

respectively. Then write the relation between them.

26. As shown i n the figure, on bri ngi ng a charge Q
from point A to B and from B to C, the work
done are 2 joules and 3 joules respectivel y.
What will be the work done in bri ngi ng the
charge from C to A ?

27. In the following figure an isolated charged conductor is
shown. Write down the correct relation between the
electric field and the potential for points A,B,C and D .

28. A dipole with dipole moment p is placed in an. electric
field E. The dipole is displaced from its equilibrium
position AB to AB as shown in fig. Now what will be
the work required, so that the point A coincides with
B.

29. Two equal and opposite
charges q and +q are fixed
at the ends of a massless
insulating rod of length a. It
is placed along the X-axis as
shown. In this region the electric field varies as E = K/x
2

along the X-axis. Then find the direction and magnitude
of the net force on the system .

30. Consider equal and oppositely
charged oppositely charge large
parallel plates, with charge
density o . A small charge q
0
is
moved along the rectangular path
ABCDA where side AB = x and side
45
K
E
d
+ + + + + +

+
+
+
+
+
+

2o o
B
A
D
C
E
+
+ +
+ +
+
+
+
+
+
+
A
+
D B
C
B
C
A
E=0
+
+
+
+
+
+
+ +
+
+
+
+
B
C
+
+ + +
D
A
30
+q
+q
E
A
q
B
B'
q
O
X
+
a a
O
Y
-q
+q
D C
B
A
+o o
BC = y. What is work done in moving the charge (1)
along AB (2) along BC and (3) along closed path ABCD?
31. In the following fig. where the change q must be kept
so that the potential energy of the system will be
minimum?

32. Charges are placed on the vertices of a square as
shown. Let

E be the electric field and V the potential


at the centre. If the charges on A and B are
interchanged with those on D and C respectively, then
what happen to

E and V.

33. A parallel plate condenser with a dielectric of dielectric
constant K between the plates has a capacity c and is
charged to a potential V volts. The dielectric slab is
slowly removed from between the plates and then
reinserted. Find the net work done by the system in
this process.
34. The electrical potential at a point (x, y, z) is given by :
V = x
2
y xz
3
+ 4. What is the electrical field E

at
that point ?
35. Four capacitors are connected as shown here.
Calculate the equivalent capacitance between the
points X and Y.

36. (B)Find the equivalent capacitance between the
points A and B of the given combination of capacitors.
If a battery of emf 10 V is connected between the
points A and B calculate the total charge on the circuit.

37. (a) An electric dipole is held in a uniform electric field :

(i) Show that no translatory force acts on it.
(ii) Derive an expression for the torque acting on it.
OR
(b) Careful measurement of the electric field at the
surface of a black box indicates that the net outward
flux through the surface of the box is 8.0 10
3
Nm
2
/C.

(i) What is the net charge inside the box ?

(ii) If the net outward flux through the surface of the
box were zero, could you conclude that there were no
charges inside the box ? Why or why not ?
38. (A)Find an expression for loss of electrical energy when
two capacitors maintained at different potential are
allowed to share their charges.

OR
A particle of mass m and charge q enters the region
between the two charged plates initially moving along
x-axis with speed v
x
. The length of plate is L and a
uniform electric field E is maintained between the
plates. Show that the vertical deflection of the particle
at the far edge of the plate is
2
x
2
mv 2
qEL
.


39. A charged cork ball of mass m is suspended on a light string
in the presence of a uniform electric field as shown in Fig.

When C / N ) j B i A ( E
. .
+ = , where A and B are positive
numbers, the ball is in equilibrium at the angle u. Find (a) the
charge on the ball and (b) the tension in the string.

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