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#### In given circuit when switch has been closed then charge on capacitor and respectively are

The circuit is given as

Let be the charge after switch has been closed.

Then,

…(i)

But we know that, charge is conserved

or …(ii)

On putting the value of Eq. (ii)

Now, from Eq. (i)

Hence,

Let be the charge after switch has been closed.

Then,

…(i)

But we know that, charge is conserved

or …(ii)

On putting the value of Eq. (ii)

Now, from Eq. (i)

Hence,

#### In given circuit when switch has been closed then charge on capacitor and respectively are

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The circuit is given as

Let be the charge after switch has been closed.

Then,

…(i)

But we know that, charge is conserved

or …(ii)

On putting the value of Eq. (ii)

Now, from Eq. (i)

Hence,

Let be the charge after switch has been closed.

Then,

…(i)

But we know that, charge is conserved

or …(ii)

On putting the value of Eq. (ii)

Now, from Eq. (i)

Hence,

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#### Solution of differential equation is

#### Solution of differential equation is

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#### In the given figure, a hollow spherical capacitor is shown. The electric field will not be zero at

The electric field of a hollow spherical capacitor is localised in between inner and outer surface of the spherical conductor.

Therefore, at point , the electric field will not be zero.

Therefore, at point , the electric field will not be zero.

#### In the given figure, a hollow spherical capacitor is shown. The electric field will not be zero at

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The electric field of a hollow spherical capacitor is localised in between inner and outer surface of the spherical conductor.

Therefore, at point , the electric field will not be zero.

Therefore, at point , the electric field will not be zero.

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#### In the capacitor shown in the circuit is changed to 5 V and left in the circuit, in 12s the charge on the capacitor will become

Final charge on capacitor is

where = charge on capacitor at

=time constant of the circuit.

Putting

Given,

Hence,

where = charge on capacitor at

=time constant of the circuit.

Putting

Given,

Hence,

#### In the capacitor shown in the circuit is changed to 5 V and left in the circuit, in 12s the charge on the capacitor will become

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Final charge on capacitor is

where = charge on capacitor at

=time constant of the circuit.

Putting

Given,

Hence,

where = charge on capacitor at

=time constant of the circuit.

Putting

Given,

Hence,

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#### The solution of the differential equation represent

#### The solution of the differential equation represent

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#### The stress - strain graphs for materials A and B are as shown. Choose the correct alternative

#### The stress - strain graphs for materials A and B are as shown. Choose the correct alternative

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#### In the experiment to determine Young’s modulus of the material of a wire under tension used in the arrangement as shown. The percentage error in the measurement of length is ‘a’, in the measurement of the radius of the wire is ‘b’ and in the measurement of the change in length of the wire is ‘c’. Percentage error in the measurement of Young’s modulus for a given load is

#### In the experiment to determine Young’s modulus of the material of a wire under tension used in the arrangement as shown. The percentage error in the measurement of length is ‘a’, in the measurement of the radius of the wire is ‘b’ and in the measurement of the change in length of the wire is ‘c’. Percentage error in the measurement of Young’s modulus for a given load is

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#### The graph shows the change ' ' Dl in the length of a thin uniform wire used by the application of force ‘F’ at different temperatures T_{1} and T_{2} The variation suggests that

#### The graph shows the change ' ' Dl in the length of a thin uniform wire used by the application of force ‘F’ at different temperatures T_{1} and T_{2} The variation suggests that

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#### The load versus extension graph for four wires of same material is shown. The thinnest wire is represented by the line

#### The load versus extension graph for four wires of same material is shown. The thinnest wire is represented by the line

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#### A 2 capacitor is charged as shown in the figure. The percentage of its stored energy dissipated after the switch is turned to positions 2 is

(say)

This charge will remain constant after switch is shifted from position 1 to position 2.

Energy dissipated80% of the initial stored energy .

This charge will remain constant after switch is shifted from position 1 to position 2.

Energy dissipated80% of the initial stored energy .

#### A 2 capacitor is charged as shown in the figure. The percentage of its stored energy dissipated after the switch is turned to positions 2 is

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(say)

This charge will remain constant after switch is shifted from position 1 to position 2.

Energy dissipated80% of the initial stored energy .

This charge will remain constant after switch is shifted from position 1 to position 2.

Energy dissipated80% of the initial stored energy .

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#### What is the potential difference between points in the circuit shown?

Consider the charge distribution as shown. Considering the branch on upper side, we have

Here,

…(i)

…(ii)

From Eqs. (i) and (ii), we get

Similarly for the lower side branch

…(iii)

...(iv)

From Eqs. (iii) and (iv)

Here,

…(i)

…(ii)

From Eqs. (i) and (ii), we get

Similarly for the lower side branch

…(iii)

...(iv)

From Eqs. (iii) and (iv)

#### What is the potential difference between points in the circuit shown?

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Consider the charge distribution as shown. Considering the branch on upper side, we have

Here,

…(i)

…(ii)

From Eqs. (i) and (ii), we get

Similarly for the lower side branch

…(iii)

...(iv)

From Eqs. (iii) and (iv)

Here,

…(i)

…(ii)

From Eqs. (i) and (ii), we get

Similarly for the lower side branch

…(iii)

...(iv)

From Eqs. (iii) and (iv)

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#### If m and n are order and degree of the equation then

#### If m and n are order and degree of the equation then

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#### What is the potential difference across 2F capacitor in the circuit shown?

Net emf in the circuit here

volt

While the equivalent capacity

Charge on each capacitor

Potential difference across capacitor

#### What is the potential difference across 2F capacitor in the circuit shown?

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Net emf in the circuit here

volt

While the equivalent capacity

Charge on each capacitor

Potential difference across capacitor

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#### Two insulating plates are both uniformly charged in such a way that the potential difference between them is V. (, plate 2 is at a higher potential). The plates are separated by m and can be treated as infinitely large. An electron is released from rest on the inner surface of plate 1. What is its speed when it hits plate 2? (e=1.6

Since so electric field will point from plate 2 to plate 1.

The electron will experience an electric force, opposite to the direction of electric field, and hence move towards the plate 2.

Use work-energy theorem to find speed of electron when it strikes the plate 2.

Where is the required speed.

The electron will experience an electric force, opposite to the direction of electric field, and hence move towards the plate 2.

Use work-energy theorem to find speed of electron when it strikes the plate 2.

Where is the required speed.

#### Two insulating plates are both uniformly charged in such a way that the potential difference between them is V. (, plate 2 is at a higher potential). The plates are separated by m and can be treated as infinitely large. An electron is released from rest on the inner surface of plate 1. What is its speed when it hits plate 2? (e=1.6

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Since so electric field will point from plate 2 to plate 1.

The electron will experience an electric force, opposite to the direction of electric field, and hence move towards the plate 2.

Use work-energy theorem to find speed of electron when it strikes the plate 2.

Where is the required speed.

The electron will experience an electric force, opposite to the direction of electric field, and hence move towards the plate 2.

Use work-energy theorem to find speed of electron when it strikes the plate 2.

Where is the required speed.

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#### Calculate the force ' ' F that is applied horizontally at the axle of the wheel which is necessary to raise the wheel over the obstacle of height 4m. Radius of the wheel is 1m and its mass is

applying principle of moments

F (0.6)=100(0.8)

ÞF=133.3N

F (0.6)=100(0.8)

ÞF=133.3N

#### Calculate the force ' ' F that is applied horizontally at the axle of the wheel which is necessary to raise the wheel over the obstacle of height 4m. Radius of the wheel is 1m and its mass is

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applying principle of moments

F (0.6)=100(0.8)

ÞF=133.3N

F (0.6)=100(0.8)

ÞF=133.3N