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N.T.

U ENTRY TEST
PHYSICS
1. The value of εr for air is
a. 1
b. 2.94
c. 2.284
d. 0
2. Ohm is unit of
a. electric current
b. resistance
c. electric potential
d. resistivity
3. A moving charge produces
a. electric field
b. magnetic field
c. both a and b
d. none of these
4. Magnetic flux is
a. BA
b. BAcosθ
c. B.A
d. None of these
5. Distance between A(2,3,4) and B(5,6,7) is
a. 5
b. 5.2
c. 6
d. 6.2
6. If a body is moving with uniform velocity it is said to be in
a. dynamic equilibrium
b. static equilibrium
c. equilibrium
d. both a and b
7. The height of projectile motion is
vi sinθ
a. h=
2g
2
v sinθ
b. h= i
g
v sinθ2
2

c. h= i
2g
2vi sinθ
d. h=
g
8. In the presence of air friction
a. loss in P.E. = Gain in kinetic energy
b. Loss in P.E.>Gain in K.E.
c. Loss in P.E. <Gain in K.E.
d. None of these
9. 1rad =
a. 180°
b. 57.3°
c. 360°
d. 3.14°
10. A 1000kg car is turning round a corner at 10ms-1 as it travels along an arc
of a circle. If the radium of the circular path is 10m, how long a force must
be exerted by pavement on the tires to hold the car in circular path?
a. 1.0×102N
b. 1.0×103N
c. 1.0×102N
d. 1.0×105N
11. The fluid will be incompressible when
a. Density is very small
b. Density is very high
c. Density remains constant
d. None of these
12. Law of conservation of energy holds in
a. equation of continuity and Bernoulli’s equation
b. equation of continuity
c. equation of Bernoulli’s equation
d. none of these
13. The vibratory or oscillatory motion is
a. circular motion
b. translatory motion
c. back and forth motion about a fixed point
d. linear motion
14. The time period of simple pendulum is given by
g
a. T=2π
l
l
b. T=2π
g
1 l
c. T=
2π g
1 g
d. T=
2π l
15. General Gas Law is given by
a. PV=RT
b. PV=NRT
2 1 2
c. PV= N< mV >
3 2
d. None of these
16. The watch mechanics uses ______ to check watch
a. concave mirror
b. convex mirror
c. both a and b
d. none of these
17. Range of visible region is
a. 200-400nm
b. 400-700nm
c. 300-600nm
d. 400-900nm

Three questions are missed here…


CHMISTRY
1. A cation contains
a. Positive charge
b. Negative charge
c. Neutral
d. None of these
2. Energy released in
a. exothermic reaction
b. endothermic reaction
c. both a and b
d. none of these
3. Ascorbic acid contains 40.92% carbon, 4.58% hydrogen and 54.5%of
oxygen by mass. The empirical formula of ascorbic acid is
a. C3H3O3
b. C3H4O3
c. C3H2O3
d. C2H4O6
4. The process used to separate mud particles from water is
a. Filtration
b. Crystallization
c. Sublimation
d. Chromatography

5. The relation used to find unknown volume is


a. P1V1 =P2 V2
V1 V2
b. =
T1 T2
P1V1 P2 V2
c. =
T1 T2
d. PV=nRT
 T 
e. VT =VO  1  
 273 
6. Diamond and graphite are
a. morphis
b. allotrops
c. polymorphs
d. none of these
7. The following equation represents
NaOH+HCl ˆ‡ˆ ˆ† NaCl+H 2 O H=-57.4KJmol-1
a. heat of neutralization
b. heat of formation
c. heat of solution
d. heat of reaction
8. In a reaction, if, concentration of products is equal to concentration of
reactants, it is said to be in
a. static equilibrium
b. state of equilibrium
c. both a and b
d. none of these
9. An improvement was made in Mendeleev’s periodic table after the
discovery of
a. atomic mass
b. atomic number
c. isotopes
d. radioactive elements
10. Which of the following is washing soda
a. Na2CO3
b. Na2CO3.10H2O
c. Na2CO3.H2O
d. None of these
11. The elements of Group IVA have similar property of
a. show a valency of four
b. form hydrides
c. form tetra chlorides
d. form dioxides

12. Elements of Group IIB are


a. typical transition elements
b. typical elements
c. non-typical transition elements
d. transition elements
13. Transition elements are
a. bad conductors of electricity
b. good conductors of electricity
c. semi-conductors
d. none of these
14. Oils and fats are
a. hydrocarbons
b. benzene compounds
c. organic compounds
d. alkyl halides
15. In benzene halogenation is a
a. addition reaction
b. electrophilic substitution reaction
c. neucleophilic substitution
d. β-Elimination reaction
16. The general formula of secondary alkyl halides is
a. R ― X
b. R ― CH ― X
|
R
c. R
|
R―C―X
|
R
d. None of these
Four questions are missed.

U.E.T
PHYSICS
1. Sum of all the torques acting on a body are equal to zero then body
is said to be in
a. Static equilibrium
b. Dynamic equilibrium
c. Rotational equilibrium
d. Equilibrium

2. in an inelastic collision
a. neither K.E. nor linear momentum conserved
b. K.E. and linear momentum are conserved
c. K.E. conserved but linear momentum not conserved
d. K.E.not conserved but linear momentum conserved
3. When the height of projectile is equal to maximum range.
a. tan-11
b. tan-12
c. tan-13
d. tan-10
4. Pressure in units equal to
a. Force per unit length
b. Energy per unit length
c. Energy per unit area
d. Energy per unit volume
5. the gravitation P.E. is varies proportional to
a. R
b. R2
c. 1/R
d. 1/R2
6. The product of area and velocity gives
a. Flow rate
b. Volume of liquid per second
c. Volume
d. None of these
7. In SHM which is conserved
a. K.E.
b. P.E.
c. Total energy
d. None of these
8. waves produced by
a. transport energy
b. frequency
c. amplitude
d. none of these
9. magnify power is given by
a. fo/fe
b. fo-fe
c. fo+fe
d. fo×fe
10. collimator is used in telescope to get
a. diffracted waves
b. parallel beam of light
c. dispersion of waves
d. interference of light

11. the process in which heat is added or removed


a. isothermal
b. adiabatic
c. a and b
d. none of these
12. the negative of potential gradient is
a. electric force
b. electric field intensity
c. electrical potential
d. dlectrical energy
13. capacitance of a capacitor decreases as
a. dielectric constant increases
b. charge decreases
c.
d.
14. the heating effect of current is given by
a. H=I2Rt
b. H=IR2t
c. H=IRt
d. H=IR/t
15. 0.75A current flows through an iron wire when a battery of 1.5V, the
resistance of wire will be? If its cross sectional are is 2.5×10-7m2
and length is 5m.
a. 2.0Ω
b. 0.5Ω
c. 0.2 Ω
d. 5 Ω
16. the resistance of the wire is directly proportional to
a. length
b. area of cross section
c. potential
d. current
17. the magnetic field B varies directly proportional to
a. potential
b. current
c. flux
d. none of these
18. magnetic field does not produce in
a. magnetized iron wire
b. stationary coil
c. moving coil
d. unmagnetized iron wire

19. potential energy varies


a. directly proportional to B
b. Inversely proportional to B
c.
d.
20. Ratio of stress to volumetric strain is called
a. Young’s modulus
b. Bulk modulus
c. Shear modulus
d. None of these
21. LED formed when these combines
a. Electrons, protons
b. Electrons, positrons
c. Electrons, photons
d. Photons, positrons
22. a reaction in which heavy nucleus splits into light nuclei is called
a. nuclear fusion
b. nuclear fission
c. radiation exposure
d. none of these
23. SI unit of pressure
a. Pa
b. Nm-2
c. Kgm2s-2
d. Nm-1
24. rheostat have _____ terminals
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
25. in reverse biased PN junction
a.
b.
c.
d.
5 questions are missing
CHEMISTRY
1. A gas having a volume of 1dm3 is enclosed in a vessel at 0°C
and the pressure is 4atm. This gas is allowed to expand until the
new pressure is 2atm, then the volume at 273K is
a. 40dm3
b. 20 dm3
c. 10 dm3
d. .08 dm3

2. Frequency of a spectral line in X-ray spectrum varies as the


square of atomic number of an element emitting it.
a. Moseley’s law
b. Davisson’s law
c. Bohr’s law
d. Plank’s law
3. the bond formed by unequal sharing of electron pair
a. ionic bond
b. covalent bond
c. polar covalent bond
d. coordinate covalent bond
4. ΔHf of substances are taken at
a. 0°C
b. 25°C
c. 0K
d. 248K
5. The amount of solute in solution represents the quantity of
a.
b.
c.
d.
6. Water has 4×10-g of dissolved oxygen in 5g of water. The
concentration of oxygen in parts per million.
a. 0.4
b. 4
c. 0.04
d. 40
7. the formula of Chile saltpeter
a. Na2CO3
b. Na2CO3.H2O
c. NaNO3
d. Na2B4O7.10H2O
8. Amphoteric oxides are
a. BeO, LiO
b. BeO, ZnO, AlO
c. LiO
d. CO2
9. Pentane shows
a. Position isomerism
b. Chain isomerism
c. Structural isomerism
d. Geometric isomerism

10. which is used as a solvent as antifreeze in radiators of


automobiles
a. methanol
b. ethanol
c. butanol
d. phenol
11. Acetone + HCN is a
a. Electrophilic substitution reaction
b. Electrophilic addition reaction
c. Neucleophilic substitution reaction
d. Neucleophilic addition reaction
12. the stick of lead pencil is made up of
a. graphite and clay
b.
c.
d.
13. according to Bohr angular momentum of an orbit depends on
a. quantum number
b. azimuthal quantum number
c. spin quantum number
d. principal quantum number
14. oxidation state of S is
a. -2, +2
b. -2, +4, +6
c. +4, +6
d. All of above
15. in benzene C ― C bond length is (AO)
a. 1.20
b. 1.37
c. 1.39
d. 1.94
16. In electrolysis which is collected on cathode
a. Na
b. Cl
c. Both
d. None
17. bromide ion is
a. reddish brown
b. yellowish brown
c.
d.
18. formula of chrome yellow is
a. PbCrO4
b. Cr2(SO4)3
c. KCl.MgCl2.6H2O
d. CrO2Cl2
19. sulphuric acid is used in preparation of HCl, H3PO4, HNO3
because it is a
a. strong acid
b. strong base
c. strong oxidizing agent
d. none of these
20. which is used in hydroxylation as Baeyer’s reagent
a. KMnO4
b. Ni
c.
d.
5 questions are missed.