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Question1) 61.What is the oscillation known as if it can be expressed in terms of single harmonic function?

[A] Harmonic oscillation

[B] Functional oscillation

[C] Regular oscillation

[D] None of the above

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: A [Harmonic oscillation]

Notes:

Harmonic oscillation is that oscillation which can be expressed in terms of single harmonic function (i.e. sine or cosine function). Example :y =asin w t or y = acos w t

Question2) 62.What is the relationship between mass and time period of a spring pendulum?

[A] T∝ 1/√m

[B] T ∝ √m

[C] T ∝ m

[D] √T ∝ m

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: B [T ∝ √m]

Notes:

Time period of a spring pendulum depends on the mass suspended as T∝ √m i.e. greater the mass greater will be the inertia and so lesser will be the frequency of oscillation and greater will be the time period.

Question3) 63.What happens to the frequency of the pendulum if it is suspended from the ceiling of the lift moving up ward with constant acceleration?

[A] it decreases

[B] it increases

[C] may increase or decrease

[D] No change

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: B [it increases]

Notes:

If the lift is moving up ward with constant acceleration a then the time period of the pendulum decreases and frequency increases

Question4) 64.What is second’s pendulum?

[A] simple pendulum whose time period of vibrations is one second

[B] simple pendulum whose time period of vibrations is two seconds

[C] simple pendulum whose time period of vibrations is four seconds

[D] simple pendulum whose time period of vibrations is ten seconds

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: B [simple pendulum whose time period of vibrations is two seconds]

Notes:

A second’s pendulum is that simple pendulum whose time period of vibrations is two seconds.

Question5) 65.Which of the following produces Electromagnetic waves?

[A] charges at rest

[B] charges in uniform motion

[C] accelerated charges

[D] All of the above

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: C [accelerated charges]

Notes:

Neither stationary charges nor charges in uniform motion (steady currents) can be sources of electromagnetic waves. The former produces only electrostatic fields, while the latter produces magnetic fields that, however, do not vary with time. As per Maxwell’s theory, accelerated charges radiate electromagnetic waves.

Question6) 66.What is the audible range of sound for human beings?

[A] 20 Hz to 2000 Hz

[B] 200 Hz to 20000 Hz

[C] 20 Hz to 20000 Hz

[D] 2000 Hz to 20000 Hz

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: C [20 Hz to 20000 Hz]

Notes:

The audible range of sound for human beings extends from about 20 Hz to 20000 Hz (one Hz = one cycle/s).

Question7) 67.Which of the following is the cause of echo?

[A] When sound is absorbed

[B] When sound is transmitted

[C] When sound is reflected

[D] When sound is refracted

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']

Explaination: Correct Answer: C [When sound is reflected]

Notes:

If we shout or clap near a suitable reflecting object such as a tall building or a mountain, we will hear the same sound again a little later. This sound which we hear is called an echo.

Question8) 68.Which of these parts of the ear responds to sound waves like a microphone’s diaphragm?

[A] eardrum

[B] lobe

[C] fluid in the inner ear

[D] pinna

Option- ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']