QUIZ 1:Current Electricity(#freetestseries)


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QUESTION: 1

The n rows each containing m cells in series are joined in parallel. Maximum current is taken from this combination across an external resistance of 3Ω resistance. If the total number of cells used are 24 and internal resistance of each cell is 0.5 Ω then

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QUESTION: 2

 Two wires each of radius of cross section r but of different materials are connected together end to end (i.e. in series). If the densities of charge carriers in the two wires are in the ratio 1:4, the drift velocity of electrons in the two wires will be in the ratio

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QUESTION: 3

The plot represents the flow  of current through a wire at  three different times. The  ratio of charges flowing  through the wire at different  times is (see figure) 

Solution:

[c] Charge = area under the current-time graph 

q1=2×1=2,q2=1×2=2,and 

q3=12×2×2=2

 q1:q2:q3=2:2:2=1:1:1

          

QUESTION: 4

Find the equivalent resistance between A and B. Each resistor has same resistance R. 

Solution:

 The current in CO,OE,DO, and OF will be same, so these branches will not touch each other at O. 

QUESTION: 5

Find the equivalent resistance. across the terminals of source of e.m.f. 24 V for the circuit shown in figure 

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QUESTION: 6

In the part of a circuit shown in figure, the potential  difference (VG−VH)between points G and H will be 

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QUESTION: 7

The length of a given cylindrical wire is increased by 100% Due to the consequent decrease in diameter, the change in the resistance of the wire will be

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QUESTION: 8

When 5 V potential difference is applied across a wire of length 0.1 m, the drift speed of electrons is 2.5×10-4ms-1 If the electron density in the wire is 8×1028m-3s, the resistivity of the material is close to

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QUESTION: 9

 Two capacitors C1 and C2 (C1>C2) are charged separately to same potential. Now they are allowed to discharge through similar resistors. Initial rate of discharging will be

Solution:

Initial rate of discharging means initial current, which is equal to V/R, where V is initial potential. Here V and R are the same for both.

QUESTION: 10

For a cell, a graph is plotted between the potential Difference V across the terminals of the cell and the current I drawn from the cell (see figure). The emf and the internal resistance of the cell are E and r respectively. Then 

Solution:

V=E-ir. When i=0, the potential reading is 2 V. hence emf is 2V. When V=0, i=5A. This gives 

r=0.4Ω

QUESTION: 11

The effective resistance between points P and Q of the electrical circuit shown in the figure is 

Solution:

 

In a circuit, any circuit element placed between points at the same potential can be removed, without affecting the rest of the circuit, here, by symmetry, points A, B and C are at same potential, for any potential difference between P and Q.  The circuit can therefore be reduced as shown below  Effective resistance 

Req=2Rr/R+r.

QUESTION: 12

Two conductors AB and CD are connected between two parallel resistors in such a way that no current flows through them. Then a wire is connected between E and F. 

Solution:

As there is no current through, AB, all the points of AB are at the samepotential, say V1 for the same reason all the points of CD are at the same potential, say V2, but V1>V2 because current is flowing from A to C or B to D. therefore, 

VE>VF

. This is why on connecting E and F by a wire, current will flow from E to F. Hence choice (2) is correct.

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QUESTION: 13

 The potential difference across 8 ohm resistance is 48 volt as shown in the figure. What is the value of potential difference (in V) across A" and Y points? 


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QUESTION: 14

In order to quadruple the resistance of a uniform wire, a part of its length was uniformly stretched till the final length of the entire wire was 1.5 times the original length, the part of the wire was fraction equal to ______. 


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QUESTION: 15

 A battery of internal resistance 4Ω is connected to the network of resistances as shown. In order to give the maximum power to the network, the value of equivalent resistance (inΩ.) should be ______ R. 


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