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JEE (Main) Physics Practice Paper: Set-I

Oct 16, 2015 19:45 IST

    Find JEE (Main) Physics Practice Paper for the year 2016 JEE exam. These questions not only help the students to prepare for exams in a better manner but also help them in understanding the depth with which a topic should be studied.

    Few sample questions from the Question Paper are given below:

    Q. A micrometer screw gauge with pitch of 0.5 mm and 50 divisions on circular scale is used to measure the diameter of a thin wire. Initially when the gap is closed the line of fourth division coincides with the reference line. Three readings show 46th, 48th and 44th division coinciding with the reference line which is beyond 0.5 mm of the main scale. The (best) measured value is

    (a) 0.46 mm

    (b) 0.94 mm

    (c) 0.92 mm

    (d) 1.00 mm

    Q.In a meter bridge experiment the resistance to be measured is connected in the right gap and a known resistance in the left gap has value of 50 ± 0.2 Ω when the null point is judged to be at 60 ± 0.2 cm .The students notes that the ends of the bridge wire are not at 0.0 cm and 100.0 cm of the scale and makes a guess that they may be somewhere within 0.2 cm beyond the scale ends. The value of the unknown resistance should be expressed as

    (a) 33.33 ± 1

    (b) 75 ± 1

    (c) 75.0 ± 0.9 

    (d) 33.4 ± 0.5

    Q. A taxi leaves the station A for station B every 10 minutes. Simultaneously, a taxi also leaves the station B for station A every 10 minutes. The taxies move at the same constant speed and go from A to B or vice versa in 2 hours. How many taxies coming from other side will meet each taxi en route from B to A?

    (a) 11

    (b) 12

    (c) 23

    (d) 24

    Q. A ball dropped on ground from a height of 1.00 m rises to a height of 75 cm on rebounce. When thrown down from the same height with a velocity of 2.0 m/s, it would rise to (assume g = 10 m/s2)

    (a) 80 cm

    (b) 90 cm

    (c) 85 cm

    (d) 95 cm

    Q. A metallic body of material with density of 8000 kg/m3 has a cavity inside. A spring balance shows its mass to be 10.0 kg in air and 7.5 kg when immersed in water. The ratio of the volume of the cavity to the volume of the material of the body must be

    (a) 2/5

    (b) 1/2

    (c) 1

    (d) 3/4

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