# UPSEE Question Paper 2010 Answers

UPSEE i.e Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE- 2010) Exam Has been Conducted by Gautam Buddh Technical University (GBTU). This UPSEE Entrance 2010 examination is the procedure to get the admission in Engineering and Medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh State (GBTU Entrance).

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## UPSEE Question Paper 2010 Answers

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Which of the following are true ?
1. A body having constant speed can have varying velocity.
2. Position time graphs for two objects with zero relative velocity are parallel.
3. The numerical ratio of velocity to speed of an object can never be more than one.
1)1 only
2) 2 and 3
3) All
4) None of these

The centripetal acceleration of a body moving in a circle of radius 100 m with a time period of 2 s will be
1) 98.5 ms2
2)198.5 ms2
3) 49.29 ms2
4) 985.9 ms2

How many NAND gates are used in an OR gate?
1) Four 2) Two 3) Three 4) Five

Neutrino emission in 3-decay was predicted theoretically by
1) Planck
2) Heisenberg
3) Laue
4) Pauli

A telescope consists of two thin lenses of focal lengths 0.3 m and 3 cm respectively. It is focused on moon which subtends on angle of 0.5° at the objective. Then, the angle subtended at the eye by the final image will be
1)5°
2) 0.25°
3) 0.5°
4) 0.35°