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Question 41
A
Z only 
B
X only 
C
Y and Z 
D
Y and X 
Explanation.
Share Answer Under neutral equilibrium, the body rolls and the position of the center of gravity , C. G is neither raised nor lowered

Correct Option:
A

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Question 42
A
_q2
4or2
 
B
_q2
4or
 
C
_q
4or2
 
D
_q
4or
 
Explanation.
Share Answer Electric potential is work done in taking a unit mass or charge from infinity to that point
V = w = Fr = Q1Q2 x r
QQ4or2Q1

= _q
4or

Correct Option:
D

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Question 43
A
10 cm 
B
25 cm 
C
16 cm 
D
14 cm 
Explanation.
Share Answer m = v/u = -3
v = -3u
f = 15cm
1/v + 1/U = 1/f
1/-3U + 1/u = 1/15
2/3u = 1/15
3U = 15 x 2
U = 30/3
= 10 cm

Correct Option:
A

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Question 44
A
306 Hz 
B
512 Hz 
C
488 Hz 
D
356 Hz 
Explanation.
Share Answer f1 = 255Hz, T1 = 225N
f2 = ? T2 = 324N
But f T => f = KT
=> K = f/T
f1/T1 = f2/T2
225/225 = f2/324
f2 = 225225
225


= 225 x 18
__15

= 306Hz

Correct Option:
A

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Question 45
A
14.4 A 
B
1.0 A 
C
3.2 A 
D
9.6 A 
Explanation.
Share Answer
IV
R

= 12
12

= 1A

Correct Option:
B

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Question 46
A
Graham's Law 
B
Boyle's Law 
C
Pressure law 
D
Charles Law 
E
No Correct Option 
Explanation.
Share Answer Rate of diffusion is inversely proportional to the square root of density - Graham's law

\( P \propto \frac{1}{v} \) at constant temperature - Boyle's law

\( P \propto T \) at constant volume - Pressure law

\( P \propto T \) at constant pressure - Charles law

therefore no correct option

Correct Option:
E

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Question 47
A
Parallel connections do not heat up the wires 
B
series connections use high voltage 
C
less current will be used 
D
less voltage will be used 
Explanation.
Share Answer if appliances are connected in series, the effective voltage is the sum of individual voltages which will be high.

Correct Option:
B

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Question 48
A
B
\( \frac{1}{2} \) 
C
\( \frac{1}{\sqrt{2}} \) 
D
\( \sqrt{2} \) 
Explanation.
Share Answer Irms = \( \frac{I_0}{\sqrt{2}} \)

\( \text{Therefore } \sqrt{2Irms} = I_0 \\

\frac{Irms}{I_0} = \frac{1}{\sqrt{2}} \)

Correct Option:
C

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Question 49
A
5:3 
B
1:50 
C
50:1 
D
3:5 
E
No Correct Option 
Explanation.
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No official Explanation yet!


Correct Option:
E

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