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JEE Main 2021 26th August Shift 1 Physics Question Paper || JEE Main 2021 Math question paper for 26th August

May 12, 2022

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 Section A

1. An inductor coil stores 64 J of magnetic field energy and dissipates energy at the rate of 640 W when a current of 8 A is passed through it. If this coil is joined across an ideal battery, find the time constant of the circuit in seconds:

(1) 0.4
(2) 0.8
(3) 0.125
(4) 0.2

(4) 0.2

2. The magnitude of vectors , and in the given figure are equal. The direction of + with x-axis will be :

(4)

3. A series LCR circuit deriven by 300 V at a frequency of 50 Hz contains a resistance R= 3 kΩ, an inductor of inductive reactance XL = 250 πΩ and an unknown capacitor. The value of capacitance to maximize the average power should be:

(1) 4 μF
(2) 25 μF
(3) 40 μF
(4) 400 μF

(1) 4 μF

4. In a Screw Gauge, fifth division of the circular scale coincides with the reference line when the ratchet is closed. There are 50 divisions on the circular scale, and the main scale moves by 0.5 mm on a complete rotation. For a particular observation, the reading on the main scale is 5 mm and the 20th division of the circular scale coincides with reference line. Calculate the true reading.

(1) 5.00 mm
(2) 5.20 mm
(3) 5.15 mm
(4) 5.25 mm

(3) 5.15 mm

5. If E, L, M and G denote the quantities as energy, angular momentum, mass and constant of gravitation respectively, then the dimensions of P in the formula
P= EL²M-₅G are :

(1) [M⁰ L¹ T⁰]
(2) [M-1 L-1 T²]
(3) [M⁰ L⁰ T⁰]
(4) [M¹ L¹ T²]

(3) [M⁰ L⁰ T⁰]

6. Statement I :
By doping silicon semiconductor with pentavalent material, the electrons density increases.
Statement II :
The n-type semiconductor has net negative charge.
In the light of the above statements, choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

(1) Both Statement I and Statement II are true.
(2) Statement I is true but Statement II is false.
(3) Both Statement I and Statement II are false.
(4) Statement I is false but Statement II true.

(2) Statement I is true but Statement II is false.

7. A solid metal sphere of radius R having charge q is enclosed inside the concentric spherical shell of inner radius a and outer radius b as shown in figure. The approximate variation of electric field as a function of distance r from centre O is given by:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

(2)

8. Two narrow bores of diameter 5.0 m and 8.0 mm are joined together to form U-shaped tube open at both ends. If this U-tube contains water, what is the difference in the level of two limbs of the tube.

[Take surface tension of water T = 7.3×10²Nm-¹ angle of contact = 0, g = 10 ms² and density of water = 1.0×10³ kgm³ ]

(1) 5.34 mm
(2) 4.97 mm
(3) 2.19 mm
(4) 3.62 mm

(3) 2.19 mm

9. What equal length of an iron wire and a copper-nickel alloy wire, each of 2 mm diameter connected parallel to give an equivalent resistance of 3Ω ?
(Given resistivities of iron and copper nickel alloy wire are 12 μΩ  cm and 51 μΩ  cm respectively)

(1) 82 m
(2) 110 m
(3) 97 m
(4) 90 m

(3) 97 m

10. The rms speeds of the molecules of Hydrogen, Oxygen and Carbon dioxide at the same temperature are VH, VO and VCO₂ respectively then:

(1) VH = VO > VCO₂
(2) VCO₂ > VO > VH
(3) VH > VO > VCO₂
(4) VH = VO = VCO₂

(3) VH > VO > VCO₂

11. Identify the logic operation carried out by the given circuit:
(1) NOR
(2) OR
(3) NAND
(4) AND

(1) NOR

12. Car B overtakes another car A at a relative
speed of 40 ms-1. How fast will the image of car B appear to move in the mirror of focal length 10 cm fitted in car A, when the car B is 1.9 m away from the car A ?

(1) 0.1 ms-1
(2) 0.2 ms-1
(3) 4 ms-1
(4) 40 ms-1

(1) 0.1 ms-1

13. Inside a uniform spherical shell:

(a) the gravitational field is zero.
(b) the gravitational potential is zero.
(c) the gravitational field is same everywhere.
(d) the gravitational potential is same everywhere.
(e) all of the above.
Choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

(1) (a), (c) and (d) only
(2) (e) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (a), (b) and (c) only

(1) (a), (c) and (d) only

14. In a photoelectric experiment ultraviolet light
of wavelength 280 nm is used with lithium cathode having work function φ = 2.5 eV. If the wavelength of incident light is switched to 400 nm, find out the change in the stopping potential. (h=6.63×10-34Js, c= 3×10⁸ ms-1 )

(1) 1.9 V
(2) 1.1 V
(3) 1.3 V
(4) 0.6 V

(3) 1.3 V

15. A particular hydrogen like ion emits radiation of frequency 2.92 x 10¹⁵ Hz when it makes transition from n = 3 to n = 1. The frequency in Hz of radiation emitted in transition from n = 2 to n = 1 will be:

(1) 0.44 x 10¹⁵
(2) 4.38 x 10¹⁵
(3) 6.57 x 10¹⁵
(4) 2.46 x 10¹⁵

(4) 2.46 x 10¹⁵

16. In the given figure, the emf of the cell is 2.2 V and if internal resistance is 0.6 Ω Calculate the power dissipated in the whole circuit:
(1) 2.2 W
(2) 1.32 W
(3) 0.65 W
(4) 4.4 W

(1) 2.2 W

17. The initial mass of a rocket is 1000 kg. Calculate at what rate the fuel should be burnt so that the rocket is given an acceleration of 20 ms. The gases comes out at a relative speed of 500 ms-₁ with respect to the rocket:

(1) 60 kg s-₁
(2) 10 kg s-₁
(3) 6.0 x 10²kg s-₁
(4) 500 kg s-₁

(1) 60 kg s-₁

18. The fractional change in the magnetic field intensity at a distance ‘r’ from centre on the axis of current carrying coil of radius ‘a’ to the magnetic field intensity at the centre of the same coil is : (Take r <a).

(1)

19. An electric appliance supplies 6000 J/min heat to the system. If the system delivers a power of 90 W. How long it would take to increase the internal energy by 2.5×10³J?

(1) 4.1 x 10¹s
(2) 2.4 x 10³s
(3) 2.5 x 10²s
(4) 2.5 x 10¹s

(3) 2.5 x 10²s

20. The material filled between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor has resistivity 20092m The value of capacitance of the capacitor is 2 pF. If a potential difference of 40V is applied across the plates of the capacitor, then the value of leakage current flowing out of the capacitor is: (given the value of relative permitivity of material is 50)

(1) 9.0 μA
(2) 0.9 μA
(3) 9.0 mA
(4) 0.9 mA

(4) 0.9 mA

 Section B

21. Two spherical balls having equal masses with radius of 5 cm each are thrown upwards along the same vertical direction at an interval of 3 s with the same initial velocity of 35 m/s, then these balls collide at a height of______m.
(take g = 10 m/s²)

50

22. A source and a detector move away from each other in absence of wind with a speed of 20 m/s with respect to the ground. If the detector detects a frequency of 1800 Hz of the sound coming from the source, then the original frequency of source considering speed of sound in air 340 m/s will be ______ Hz.

2025

23. White light is passed through a double slit and interference observed on a screen 1.5 m away. The separation between the slits is 0.3 mm. The first violet and red fringes are formed 2.0 mm and 3.5 mm away from the central white fringes. The difference in wavelengths of red and voilet light is______ nm.

300

24. An amplitude modulated wave is represented by Cm(t) = 10 (1 + 0.2 cos 12560t) x sin (111×10⁴t) volts. The modulating
frequency in kHz will be_____.

2

25. Two travelling waves produces a standing wave represented by equation. y = 1.0 mm cos (1.57¹ cm ) x sin (78.5 s¹) t. The node closest to the orgin in the region x > 0 will be at x = ______ cm.

1

26. Consider a badminton racket with length scales as shown in the figure.

If the mass of the linear and circular portions of the badminton racket are same (M) and the mass of the threads are negligible, the moment of inertia of the racket about an axis perpendicular to the handle and in theM plane of the ring at r/2 distance from the end A of the handle will be____Mr²

52

27.  A uniform chain of length 3 metre and mass 3 kg overhangs a smooth table with 2 metre laying on the table. If k is the kinetic energy of the chain in joule as it completely slips off the table, then value of k is ____. (Take g= 10 m/s²)

40

28. A soap bubble of radius 3 cm is formed inside the another soap bubble of radius 6 cm. The radius of an equivalent soap bubble which has the same excess pressure as inside the smaller bubble with respect to the atmospheric pressure is____

2

29. The electric field in a plane electromagnetic wave is given by

If the wave falls normally on a perfectly reflecting surface having an area of 100 cm-. If the radiation pressure exerted by the E.M. wave on the surface during a 10 minute exposure is . Find the value of x.

354

30. Two short magnetic dipoles m₁ and m₂ each having magnetic moment of 1 Am² are placed at point O and P respectively. The distance between OP is 1 metre. The torque experienced by the magnetic dipole m₂ due to the presence of m₁ is___x
10-⁷Nm.

1

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