UPSEE 2013 Solved Physics Question Paper – Part 3

Find step by step solution of UPSEE 2013 Physics paper. This papers is very useful for those students who are going to take examination this year.

Updated: Dec 8, 2016 14:49 IST

Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) is a state level engineering entrance examination for degree level engineering institutions and other professional colleges

Find UPSEE Physics Question Paper for the year 2013. This paper consists of 50 multiple choice questions with one correct option. Detailed solution of each question has been provided so that students do not loose their precious time in searching solutions of these questions.

In this article we will discuss Que 11 to Que 20 of UPSEE 2013 Physics Paper.

The question were asked mainly from Circular Motion, Bernoullis Theorem, Continuity equation, Stoke’s law, Stress and Strain, Relationship between stress, strain and Young’s Modulus, Range and height of projectile motion, The induced e.m.f. in a conductor moving in a magnetic field intensity, law of conservation of momentum, Rotational Kinetic energy and translational kinetic energy.

This solved paper will help the students in their final level of preparation. It will help the students to understand the pattern and difficulty level of the examination. It has also been seen that sometimes questions are repeated in UPSEE Exam. The students must go through the complete paper in order to understand the examination pattern and the level of questions asked in the examination.

UPSEE Solved Question Paper: 2016

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