UPSEE Question Papers Answers 2006

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 Permanent magnet has properties retentivity and coercivity respectively:
1) high-high
2) low-low
3) low-high
4) high-low

Hydrogen bomb is based upon:
1) fission
2) fusion
3) chemical reaction
4) transmutation

Six moles of 02 gas is heated from 20°C to 35°C at constant volume. If specific heat capacity at constant pressure is 8 calfmol-K and R = 8.31 J/mol-K, what is change in internal energy of gas?
1) 180 cal
2) 300 cal
3) 360 cal
4) 540 cal

In Carnot engine efficiency is 40% at hot reservoir temperature T. For efficiency 50% what will be temperature of hot reservoir?
1)T/5 2)2T/5 3)6T 4)6T/5

A ball of mass 2 kg moving with velocity 3 mIs, collides with spring of natural length 2 m and force constant 144 N/rn. What will be length of compressed spring?
1)2 m
2) 1.5m
3) 1 m
4) 0.5 m

A proton moving horizontally downward enters in a magnetic field pointing towards north. In which direction proton will deflect?
1) East
2) West
3) North
4) South

Induced emf in the coil depends upon:
1) conductivity of coil
2) amount of flux
3) rate of change of linked flux
4) resistance of coil

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