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CBSE Class 12th Physics Set I Guess Paper Second Term 2014

Nov 14, 2013 12:41 IST

    Find CBSE class 12th Physics Guess paper for the Second Term examination. Question has been framed as per the syllabus covered in the second term examination. It is very important to prepare the second term examination as it is a part of board exam preparation.

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    Some question of this Guess paper are given here

    Q. A wire connected to a bulb does not glow, whereas the filament of the bulb glows when same current flows through them. Why?

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    Q. A proton moving in a straight line enters a strong magnetic field along the field direction. How will its path and velocity change?

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    Q. A choke and a bulb are in series to a dc source. The bulb shines brightly. How does its brightness change when an iron core is inserted inside the choke coil?

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    Q. Write the following radiations in an ascending order with respect of their frequencies: X-rays, microwaves, UV rays, radio waves.

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    Q. Suppose that the lower half of the concave mirrors reflecting surface is covered with an opaque (non-reflective) material. What effect will this have on the image of an object placed in front of the mirror?

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