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  2. When a dc voltage of 200 V is applied to a coil of self inductance (2-/3/ ) H, a current of 1 A flows through it. But by replacing dc source with ac source of 200 V, the current in the coil is reduced to 0.5 A. Then the frequency of ac supply is (a) 100 Hz (c) 60 Hz (b) 75 Hz (d) 50 Hz


  3. Resistance ofcoil, R =-00 = 2 1 A With ac source, I = R2X2 200 R2 + XL or 0.5 2 or R (2TTUL)2 (400)2 2 2V3 = (400)--(200) 200 600 or 4V3u = 2V3 100 or u = 50 Hz.


  4. Half-life of a radioactive substance is 20 minute. The time between 20% and 80% decay will be (a) 20 min (c) 40 min (b) 30 min (d) 25 min


  5. According to radioactive decay N Noe t where, Number of radioactive nuclei present in the sample at t 0 No N Number of radioactive nuclei left undecayed after time t decay constant For 20% decay 80N 0 100


  6. For 80% decay 20N 100 0 Dividing equation (i) by (ii), we get 4 eAti 2) Taking natural logarithms of both sides, we geu In 4 = (t2-ti) In 2 1/2 t2-ti 2 T1/2 = 2 20 min = 40 min


  7. A juggler throws balls into air. He throws one whenever the previous one is at its highest point. If he throws n balls each second, the height to which each ball will rise is 2g (d 2 (a) & (b)g (c) 28 (d) & 4n 2n2 n2


  8. Time taken by each ball to reach highest point, As the juggler throws the second ball, when the first ball is at its highest point, so v 0 Using, v u at, we get or ( 0 u + (-g)