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MODEL QUESTION PAPER 3


II P.U.C. PHYSICS (33)
Max. Marks: 70

Time: 3 hours 15 min.


General instructions:
a) All parts are compulsory.

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b) Answers without relevant diagram/ figure/circuit wherever necessary will not carry any marks.
c) Direct answers to the Numerical problems without detailed solutions will not carry any marks.

PART A

10 x 1 = 10

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I Answer the following


1. What is electric dipole.
State Ampers circuital law.

3.

Mention any one use of electromagnet.

4.

Name the law which gives polarity of induced emf.

5.

Give the wavelength range of X-rays.

6.

Mention the expression for displacement current.

7.

How does the power of a lens vary with its focal length?

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8.

Who proposed wave theory of light?

9.

Write the SI unit of activity.

10. Draw the circuit symbol of npn transistor.

II.

PART B
Answer any FIVE of the following questions

52 = 10

11. Write any two properties of electric field lines.

12. Mention an expression for force on charge moving in uniform magnetic field and
explain the terms.
13. Define the terms retentivity and coercivity.
14. What are eddy currents? Give one use of eddy currents.
15. What is a thin prism? Write its deviation expression.
16. Represent the plane polarised light and unpolarised light diagrammatically.
17. Define half-life of radioactive element and mention expression for it.
18. Write two differences between intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors.

III.

PART C
Answer any FIVE of the following Question

53 = 15

19. Derive an expression for an electric potential energy of a system of two point
charges in the absence of electric field.
20. State and explain Ohms law and hence define ohm.

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21. Write any three properties of ferromagnetic materials.
22. Derive an expression for motional emf ,induced across the end of a conducting
rod moving in a uniform perpendicular magnetic field
23. Mention any three sources of energy losses in transformer.

24. Mention three properties of nuclear forces .

25. Distinguish between conductors,insulators and semiconductors on the basis of

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band theory

26. Draw the block diagram of amplitude modulation transmitter.

PART D
Answer any TWO of the following Questions

IV.

25 = 10

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27. Obtain an expression for electric field due to an infinitely long straight uniformly
charged wire using Gauss law

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28. Derive an expression of effective resistance of two resistors connected in parallel


29. Derive an expression for magnetic field on the axis of circular wire carrying
Answer any TWO of the following Questions
25 = 10
30. Derive the expression for the refractive index of the material of the prism in
terms of angle of prism A and angle of minimum deviation D
31. What is photoelectric effect? Using Einsteins photoelectric equation, explain
three experimental results.
32. Explain n-p-n transistor as an amplifier in common emitter mode.

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electric current.

Answer any THREE of the following.

35 = 15

33. A 400 pF capacitor charged by a 100 V d c supply is disconnected from the supply
and connected to another uncharged 400pF capacitor calculate the loss of

energy.

34. Three resistors 1,2 and 3 are connected in series, what is the total resistor of

35.

the combination? if the combination is connected to a battery of emf 12 V and


negligible internal resistance then obtain the potential drop across each resistor.
A series L C R circuit with R = 20,L =1.5 H and C = 35F is connected to a
variable frequency of 200 V AC supply when the frequency of the supply is equal
to the natural frequency of the circuit , what is the average power transferred to
the circuit in one complete cycle.

36. Monochromatic light of wavelength 5000 Ao from a narrow slit is incident on the
double slit. If the separation of 10 fringes on the screen 1 m away is 2 cms . Find
the slit separation.
37. Calculate the shortest and longest wavelength of Balmer series of hydrogen
atom. Given R = 1.097 x10 7/m.

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SCHEME OF EVALUATION: MODEL QUESTION PAPER 3


Q. No

I.
1.

Marks

ANSWERS
PART A

6.

Displacement current: id = o

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Inversely
Huygen
Bequerel or

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8.
9.
10.

dE
dt

dis/s

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2.

3.
4.
5.

Two equal and opposite charges separated by small distance constitutes an electric
dipole.
The line integral of magnetic field around any closed path in free space is equal to
o
times the net current enclosed by that path .
Used in electric cells/loud speakers/telephone (ANY ONE)
Lenzs law
0.1Ao to 100Ao

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PARTB

1
1
1each
1
1
1
1

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Any two
F = B q v sin
Explanation of terms
13. Correct Definitions
Jkcfhjkdhfj
14. Meaning
Any one use
15. It is a prism of small angle
d = A(n-1)
Representation(diagram)
16.
Polarized
Un-polarised

II.
11.
12.

1
1
1
1
1 each

Definition
Expression
Two differences

17.

PARTC

18.
III
19.

1
4 o
1
W =
4 o

V1 =

q1
r
q1
r

1
q2

This work done is stored in the charges as potential energy and is given by ,
PE =

20.

1
4 o

q1q 2
r

Where r is the distance between the charges

Statement.
Explanation.
Definition of ohm .

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1

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21.
22.

Any three properties

1 each

Magnetic flux enclosed by the loop is given by =

= Bl x

From Faradays law , magnitude of induced emf is given by,

dx
v
dt

Any three losses


Any three properties

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24.

e = Blv

Arriving at
23.

d
------>(2)
dt

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e =

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Conduction band

Conduction band

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Conduction band

Small energy gap

Overlapping

Valence band

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Valence band

1 each

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Large energy gap


Valence band

Semiconductors

Insulators

Conductors

1 each

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Conductors.

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In conductors,valence band and conduction bands are overlapped .

Semiconductors

semiconductors, the valence band and conduction bands are separated by small
energy gap .

Insulators.

In insulators, the valence band and conduction bands are separated by large energy
gap
3

26.

Transmitting antenna
Message signal

Power
amplifier

Amplitude
modulator

Carrier

PARTD
IV.
27.

Figure
Flux through curved surface = E area of curved surface

1
= E

r l -.(1)

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From Gausss theorem, Flux =

q
---->(2)
o

E =

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On comparing (1)and (3), we get

2 o r

Figure

28.

V
V
and I 2
R1
R2
V
V V

R p R1 R2
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1

R p R1 R2

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I = I1 + I2

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Diagram

29.

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I1

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o I ( dl r )
dB = dB
4
r3
Idl
dB o 2
4 r

1
1

1
1

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1
1

Magnetic field due to two elements = 2dB sinq

Arriving at

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30.

o 2IR 2
dB
4 ( R 2 x 2 )3 / 2

Ray diagram
n

sin i1
sin r1

Arriving at d = (r1+r2-A)
Graph or expatiation of variation of d with i (angle of incidence)
A D
sin

Arriving at final expression , n


A
sin
2

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31.

Meaning of photoelectric effect

Equation

Circuit diagarm
Input and out wave forms
Explanation

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33.

1
1
U i CV 2 qV 2 10 6 J
2
2
After connecting charged capacitor to uncharged

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R s 1 2 3 6

R s R1 R 2 R 3

34.

E
Rr

2
1

V1 IR1 2V

pd across R 2 ,

V2 IR2 4V

V3 IR3 6V

pd across R 3 ,

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2A
6
pd across R 1 ,

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Loss in energy, U i U f 110 6 J

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1
capacitor of same capacity of the charge will flows
2
1
1q
qV
U f q1V V
110 6 J
2
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32.

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Three results

Z R 2 ( X L X C )2

Atresonance X L X C 0

Z R
V
I 10 A
Z
P VI 2000W

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n 1 10 2

36.

1
1

10-2 10-2

10-3 m
n
10

D
d

D
d
2.5 10 4 m

37.
1
1
R 2 2

n1 n2
To calculate longest wavelength n1 2 and n 2 3

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1
R 2 2

n1 n2
6.5616x10 -7 m

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To calculate shortest wavelength, n1 2 and n 2


1 1
1.097 x10 7 2

3.647 x10 -7 m

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