JEXPO 2013: Physics Question PART(1-25 Q)

1. When a person uses a convex lens as a simple magnifying glass the object must be placed at a distance. 
  • Less than the focal length
  • More than the focal length
  • Less than twice the focal length
  • More than twice the focal length
2. The end product of radioactive decays is.
  • carbon
  • lead
  • helium
  • hydrogen
3. When a vapor condenses into liquid.
  • It absorbs heat 
  • It rejects heat
  • Its temperature rises
  • Its temperature falls

4. One surface of a lens is convex and the other is concave. If radii of curvature are r1 and r2 respectively, then the lens will be convex if  :

5. An object is placed at a distance of f/2 from a convex lens of focal length f. The image will be:
  • At one of the foci, virtual and double of its size
  • Greater than 1.5 but less than two times
  • At 2f, virtual and erect
  • None of these

6. A motorcycle and a car moving on a horizontal Road with the same velocity. If they are brought to rest by application of brakes, provided equal retardation then:
  • The motorcycle will stop at a certain distance
  • The car will stop at a shorter distance
  • Both will stop at the same time
  • Nothing can be predicted

7. Choose the Correct sequence of substances which are ordered in an increasing order of forces of attraction between the particles:
  • Water, oxygen, sugar,
  • Sugar, water, oxygen
  • Sugar, oxygen, water
  • Oxygen, water, sugar

8. In a Tsunami, the entire ocean, from the surface to the bottom, participate in the wave motion. For such waves, the wave speed is given by v = √gh where g is the acceleration due to gravity and h=3.5 km, is the depth of the ocean surface. A Tsunami has been detected at a point 250 km from the shore. How much time would it take to reach the shore?
  • 2.5 hours
  • 1 hour
  • 25 minutes
  • 6 minutes

9. A thin wire of resistance 4Ω (4 Ohm) is bent to form a circle. The resistance across any diameter is :

10. The note middle C played on the piano differs from middle C played on the violin because of a difference in :
  • Frequency
  • Wavelength
  • Fundamentals
  • Harmonics

11. A batch of five resistors has the same value. The Ratio of the maximum and the minimum resistance that can be made out of them is :
  • 05:01
  • 10:04
  • 02:01
  • 25:01

12. Which device would most likely be classified as a load in an electrical circuit :
  • Battery
  • Lightbulb
  • Ammeter
  • Switch

13. If the wavelength if the sound wave increases, the pitch of the sound :
  • Decreases
  • Increases
  • Remain unchanged
  • None of these

14. A metallic wire of a specific resistance 's' is stretched in such a way that its length is doubled and area of cross section is halved. Then the specific resistance of the wire will be :
  • 2s
  • s/ 2
  • s
  • s/4

15. If a glass prism is placed inside water then is dispersive power :
  • Remain unchanged
  • Decreases 
  • Increases
  • May increase or decrease depending on the dispersive angle of the prism

16. In the case of vibration, the restoring force is :
  • Proportional to displacement
  • Proportional to velocity
  • Proportional to kinetic energy
  • Proportional to potential energy

17. A current is passed through a conducting spring. Then this spring :
  • Get compressed
  • Gets expanded
  • Oscillates
  • Remain unchanged

18. The ratio of masses of two bodies P and Q is 1:8 and the ratio of the kinetic energies is 2:1, then the ratio of their Momentums is :
  • 1:4
  • 1:2
  • 4:1
  • 1:16
19. A spacecraft of mass M moving with velocity v in space explodes and breaks into two pieces. After the explosion, a mass m of the spacecraft is left stationary. The velocity of the other part is :

  • mv/M-m
  • Mv/(M-m)
  • (M+m)/M
  • Mv/m
20. The resultant of two vectors of magnitudes 3 unit and 4 unit is 5 unit. The angle between the two vectors is :

  • 𝝅/2
  • 𝝅/4
  • 𝝅
  • 3𝝅/4
21. If the weight of a body is 9.8 kg then the mass of the body is :

  • 980 gm
  • 1 kg
  • 9.8 kg
  • 1 gm
22. The dimension of specific gravity is :

  • M0L0T0
  • ML-1T-2
  • ML-3T-0
  • MLT-2
23. A body of mass 10kg is falling vertically with uniform velocity. What is the resisting force of air?
  • 0
  • 5kg-wt
  • 10kg-wt
  • 15kg-wt
24. If the electronic charge is 1.6 x 10-19 C, then the number of electrons passing through a section of wire per second, when the wire carries a current 2A, is :
  • 1.25x1017
  • 1.6 x 1017
  • 1.25 x 1019
  • 1.6 x 1019
25. The kinetic energy of a body of mass m is E. The momentum of the body is

  • mE
  • 2mE
  • 2mE
  • 2√mE

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Source: Oriental MCQ (2018)
Author: Abhinandan Singh


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