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Date of submission: 03-11-15
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA, PATTOM
HALF YEARLY SAMPLE QUESTION
CLASS XI PHYSICS Max. marks:70
i. All questions are compulsory.
ii. There are 23 questions. Qns.1-5 carry 1 mark each, Qns.6-10 carry 2 marks each, Qns.11-22 carry 3 marks each, Qns.24-26 carry 5 marks each.
iii. Qns.23 is a value based question and carry 4 marks.
iv. Overall choice is not allowed. However, internal choices are provided. You are to attempt only one of the choices in such questions.
v. You may use the following physical quantities wherever required.
c= 3 x 108m/s.
Planck’s constant, h= 6.626 x 10-34 Js.
Boltzmann constant k= 1.381 x 10-23 J/K.
Avogadro’s number NA = 6.022 x 10 23 mole-1.
Radius of earth= 6400 Km.
Mass of earth = 6 x 1024 Kg.
1) What is the numerical ratio of velocity to speed of an object?
2) Can a body have constant speed and still have a varying velocity? Explain:-
3) Why a pilot looping a vertical loop not fall down even at the highest point?
4) Why is it more difficult to revolve a stone tied to a larger string than a stone tied to a smaller string?
5) The velocity of a moving particle is given by V = 6 + 18t + 9t2 where x is in meters and t is in seconds. What is its acceleration at t=2 s?
for two children A and B returning from school
(a) Who lives closer, A or B?
(b) Who started earlier from school, A or B?
(c) Who walked faster, A or B?
(d) Who reached home earlier, A or B?
8) State and prove Polygon law of vector addition:-
9) Define angle of friction. Show how it is related with coefficient of static
Define angle of repose. Show how it is related with angle of friction?
10) A light body and a heavy body have the same kinetic energy. Which one
will have the greater momentum? Give reason for your answer:-
11) The shadow of a tower standing on a level plane is found to be 50m
longer when sun’s altitude is 300 than when it is at 600. Find the height of the tower.
12) Derive graphically the following equations of motion for a uniformly
(a) s= ut + ½ at2
(b) v2-u2 = 2as
13) Define relative velocity . Deduce an expression for relative velocity of an
object with respect to another in terms of their velocities relative to
earth. Hence, draw position-time graphs of two objects moving along a
straight line, when their relative velocity is:-
(i) +ve, (ii) -ve (iii) zero
15) Consider a body of mass m tied to one end of a string and rotating in a
vertical circle of radius r. Show that the minimum velocity of projection
16) Prove the work- energy theorem for a variable force.
18) Derive an expression for moment of inertia of a ring about a tangent in
its own plane. Given, moment of inertia of a ring about an axis through
its centre and perpendicular to its plane = MR2/2.
19) State the principle of conservation of angular momentum. Give any two
20) Define escape velocity. Derive an expression for escape velocity of a
body from the surface of earth.
21) Moon has no atmosphere. Why?
22) What are conservative and non- conservative forces? Give examples.
23) One rainy day, Devu was returning back home from school with her
elder sister Malu. On the way back home, they saw a running boy skidding and falling. Both the girls helped the boy to get up. Then, Devu asked her sister why after a rain we skid and fall.
(a) What might be the reason Malu has given to Devu?
(b) Give two values exhibited by the girls.
24) Define projectile. Show that its path is parabolic. Also, find expressions
for (i) maximum height attained and (ii) time of flight.
Define centripetal force. Derive an expression for the centripetal
acceleration of a body moving with uniform speed v along a circular path
of radius r. show that it acts along the radius towards the centre of the
25) State the law of conservation of mechanical energy. Show that the total
mechanical energy of a body falling freely under gravity is conserved.
Show it graphically.
Define elastic collision. Prove that the relative velocity of approach
before collision is equal to relative velocity of separation after collision.
Hence, derive expressions for velocities of two bodies after collision
in terms of their initial velocities before collision.
26) Obtain an expression for acceleration due to gravity on the surface of
earth. Discuss its variation with altitude, depth and shape of earth.
Define orbital velocity and time period of a satellite. Derive expressions