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Knowing is not enough, we must apply.
Sub : SR BIPC(CHAINA & ELITE) Date : 25-01-2019 Time : 3 Hrs NEET GRAND TEST - 1 Max. Marks: 720
MPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS :
The Test is of 3 Hours Duration.
The Test consists of 180 Questions. The Maximum Marks are 720.
There are Four parts in the question paper consisting of Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.
For each correct answer
4 Marks
and each incorrect answer
-1 Mark
.
PHYSICS
1. Two resistors of resistance
1
R
=
(1003)
and
2
R
=
(2004)
are connected in parallel. The equivalent resistance of the parallel combination is 1) (66.7
1.8)
2) (66. 7
4.0)
3) (66.7
3.0)
4. (66.7
7.0)
2. A body is projected vertically downward from
,
A
the top of the tower reach the ground in
1
t
seconds. If it is projected upward with same velocity, it reaches the ground in
2
t
seconds. At what time will it reach the ground if it is dropped from
A
? 1)
12
/
t t
2)
21
/
t t
3)
12
t t
4)t
1
t
2
3. A projectile can have the same range R for two angles of projection. It t
1
and t
2
be the times of flight in the two cases, then the product of two times of flight becomes 1)
212
t t R
2)
12
t t R
3)
12
1
t t R
4)
122
1
t t R
4. Two masses of 10 kg and 20 kg respectively are tied together by a massless spring. A force of 200 N is applied on a 20 kg mass as shown in figure. At the instant shown, the acceleration of 10 kg mass is 12 m/s
2
, the acceleration of 20 kg mass is 1)Zero 2)10 m/s
2
3)4 m/s
2
4)12 m/s
2
5. Two identical balls A and B are released from the positions show in figure. They collide elastically on horizontal position MN. The ratio of the heights attained by A and B after collision will be (neglect friction) 1) 1:4 2) 2:1 3) 4:13 4) 2:5 6. A vehicle of mass m is moving on a rough horizontal road with momentum P. If the coefficient of friction between the tyres and the road be
, the stopping distance is
1)
2
Pmg
2)
2
2
Pmg
3)
2
2
Pm g
4)
22
2
Pm g
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Knowing is not enough, we must apply.
7. Two masses
1
1
m
kg and
2
2
m
kg are connected by a light inextensible string and suspended by means of a weightless pulley as shown in the figure. Assuming that both the masses start from rest, the distance travelled by the center of mass in two seconds is (Take g = 10 m
2
s
) 1) 209
m
2)409
m
3) 23
m
4)13
m
8. Wheel of radius 20 cm has four forces applied to it as shown in fig. Then, the torque produced by these forces about O is 1)5.4 Nm anticlockwise 2)1.8 Nm clockwise 3)1.8 Nm anticlockwise 4)5.4 Nm clockwise 9. A cubical block of side a is moving with velocity v on a horizontal smooth plane as shown in figure. If hits a ridge at point O. The angular speed of the block after it hits O is 1)3v/(4a) 2)3v/(2a) 3) 3/2
v a
4)Zero 10. A uniform disc of radius R lies in the x-y plane, with its centre at srcin. Its moment of inertia about z-axis is equal to its moment of inertia about line y=x+c. The value of c will be 1) 2
R
2)
2
R
3) 4
R
4) – R
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11. A small body of superdense material , whose mass is twice the mass of the earth but whose size is very small compared to the size of the earth, starts from rest at a height H<< R above the earth’s surface, and reaches the earth’s surface in time t. Then t is equal to 1) 2/
H g
2) /
H g
3) 2/3
H g
4) 4/3
H g
12. A particle of mass M is situated at the centre of spherical shell of mass M and radius a. The magnitude of the gravitational potential at a point situated at a/2 distance from the centre will be 1) 2
GM a
2) 3
GM a
3) 4
GM a
4)
GM a
13. The pressure applied from all directions on a cube is P. How much its temperature should be raised to maintain the srcinal volume? The volume elasticity of the cube is
and the coefficient of volume expansion is
1)
P
2)
P
3)
P
4)
P
14. The minimum horizontal acceleration of the container so that the pressure at the point A of the container becomes atmospheric is (The tank is of sufficient height) 1) 32
g
2) 43
g
3) 42
g
4) 34
g
15. The emission spectrum of a black body at two difference temperature are shown by curves P and Q (as shown in figure). The ratio of the areas under the two curves P and Q will be 1)1:16 2)4:9 3)81:256 4)16:81 16. The ratio of the densities of the two bodies is 3:4 and the ratio of specific heat is 4:3. Find the ratio of their thermal capacities for unit volume 1) 1:2 2) 1:1 3) 2:3 4) 16:9 17. One mole of an ideal gas undergoes a process
1200
21
V P PV
,where P
0
, V
0
are constants. Change in temperature of the gas when volume is changed from V=V
0
to V=2V
0
is 1)
00
45
PV nR
2)
00
34
PV nR
3)
00
23
PV nR
4)
00
97
PV nR
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18. Six moles of an ideal gas performs a cycle shown in figure. If the temperature are T
A
=600 K, T
B
=800 K, T
C
=2200 K and T
D
=1200 K, the work done per cycle is 1)20 kJ 2) 30 kJ 3) 40 kJ 4) 60 kJ 19. One mole of an ideal gas undergoes a process in which T = T
0
+aV
3
, where T
0
and ‘a’ are positive constants and V is molar volume. The volume for which pressure will be minimum is 1)
1/30
2
T a
2)
1/30
3
T a
3)
2/30
2
aT
4)
2/30
3
aT
20. The period of oscillation of a simple pendulum of length
l
suspended from the roof of the vehicle which moves down without friction on an inclined plane of inclination
, is given by 1)
cos
lg
2)
12cos
lg
3)
2cos
lg
4)
12cos
lg
21. A police car moving at 22 m/s, chases a motorcyclist. The police man sounds his horn at 176 Hz, while both of them move towards a stationary siren of frequency 165 Hz. Calculate the speed of the motorcycle, if it is given that he does not observes any beats(velocity of sound = 330m/sec) Police Car Motorcycle Stationary siren(165 Hz) 22 m/s(176Hz) 1) 33 m/s 2) 22 m/s 3)Zero 4) 11 m/s 22. The fundamental frequency of a closed pipe is 220 Hz. If 1/4 of the pipe is filled with water, the frequency of the first overtone of the pipe now is 1)220 Hz 2) 440 Hz 3) 880 Hz 4) 1760 Hz 23. Six changes are placed at the vertices of a regular hexagon as shown in the figure. The electric field on the line passing through point O and perpendicular to the plane of the figure as a function of distance x from point O is 1)0 2)
30
Qa x
3)
30
2
Qa x
4)
30
3
Qa x
24. A uniformly changed and infinitely long line having a liner charge density ‘
’ is placed at a normal distance y from a point O. Consider a sphere of radius R with O as centre and R > y. Electric flux through the surface of the sphere is

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