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Q. 44. If the distance between two bodies each 1 Kg is 1 meter, then the force of attraction between these two bodies is:

  1. 9 x 109 N
  2. 3 x 10-11 N
  3. 6.67 x 10-11 N
  4. 8.8 x 10-12 N

Q. 45. White light does not converge on a single point after passing through convex because of:

  1. Chromatic aberration
  2. Spherical aberration
  3. Distortion
  4. Both spherical and chromatic aberration

Q. 46. A pendulum of length L has a period T. If the period is doubled, the length of the pendulum is:

  1. Doubled
  2. Halved
  3. Quadrupled
  4. Increased by

Q. 47. if volume of a given mass of a gas is doubled without changing its temperature, the density of the gas:

  1. Is doubled
  2. Remains unchanged
  3. Is halved
  4. Is reduced to 1/4 of the original value

Q. 48. How much average force should be applied to 2500 Kg car, having velocity of 30 m/s, in order to stop the in 15 seconds?

  1. 1000 N
  2. 6000 N
  3. 5000 N
  4. 8000 N

Q. 49. Graphite is used in the nuclear reactors for specific purpose that is it:

  1. Absorb neutrons
  2. Slow down neutrons
  3. Absorb alpha particles
  4. Slow down high speed electron

Q. 50. If velocity of 11 x 103 m/s is needed to escape a rocket from gravitational pull, how much velocity will be needed to escape a cricket-ball?

  1. 11 x 106 m/s
  2. 11 x 105 m/s
  3. 11 x 104 m/s
  4. 11 x 103 m/s

Q. 51. A body is projected with high velocity at 45o (angle) with ground, which falls after 15 seconds, its horizontal component of velocity during its motion will:

  1. Increase
  2. Decrease
  3. Remain constant
  4. First decrease then increase

Q. 52. Neutrons penetrate matter easily because they:

  1. Occupy no more than one-tenth of the volume of the electrons
  2. Are electrically neutral
  3. Occupy no more than one-tenths of the volume of the protons
  4. Have smaller mass than protons

Q. 53. The frequency of second’s pendulum is:

  1. 2 Hertz
  2. 0.5 Herts
  3. 1 Hertz
  4. 0.25 Herts

Q. 54. If tension in the string remains constant but the diameter of the sitting is doubled, what will be the effect on speed of transverse waves in the string?

  1. Remains constant
  2. Becomes double
  3. Become half
  4. Decreases four times

Q. 55. Pressure, exerted on a surface with some force, is

  1. Directly proportion to the surface area
  2. Inversely proportion to the surface area
  3. Directly proportion to the force
  4. None of them

Q. 56. The equation for Ampere law is:

  1. µoI = Bπr
  2. µoI = Bπr2
  3. µoI = B2πr
  4. µoI = Bπ2r2

Q. 57. A rate of change of angular momentum of a body is equivalent to:

  1. Impulsive force
  2. The applied torque
  3. Applied force
  4. Moment of inertia

Q. 58. Which of the following is equivalent to one Pascal of gas pressure?

  1. 1 Kg.m2/s2
  2. 1 Kg.m3/s2
  3. 1 Kg/m.s2
  4. 1 Kg.m/s

Q. 59. When a radio station is broadcasting a musical program, the antenna of its transmitter:

  1. Radiates AF electromagnetic waves
  2. Radiates longitudinal waves
  3. Radiates RF electromagnetic waves
  4. Radiates AF longitudinal waves

Q. 60. A copper rod has a resistance of 40Ω at 00C and a resistance of 56Ω at 1000C. What is the temperature co-efficient of resistance of copper?

  1. 2 x 10-4 K-1
  2. 4 x 10-3 K-1
  3. 4 x 10-4 K-1
  4. 8 x 10-4 K-1

CHEMISTRY

Q. 61. As we move away from nucleus, the distance between the shells:

  1. Remains same
  2. Increases
  3. Decreases
  4. Sometimes increase and sometime decreases

Q. 62. Which metal have least tendency to form a positive ion?

  1. Aluminum
  2. Calcium
  3. Iron
  4. Sodium

Q. 63. Detergents are:

  1. Natural products
  2. Synthetic products
  3. Both A and B
  4. None of above

Q. 64. Which gas is formed when ammonium chloride is heated with aqueous sodium hydroxide?

  1. Ammonia
  2. Chlorine
  3. Hydrogen
  4. Nitrogen

Q. 65. The atomic size of an atom is:

  1. Greater than the positive ion
  2. Smaller than the positive ion
  3. Greater than the negative ion
  4. Equal to covalent radius

Q. 66. If iron-sheet is dipped in a solution of zinc chloride and heated, then a layer of zinc is formed that protect iron from rusting. This process is called:

  1. Anodizing
  2. Chrome Plating
  3. Galvanizing
  4. Tin Plating
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