EAMCET  i.e Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test 2007 Exam Has been Conducted by JNT University Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. This EAMCET 2007 examination is the procedure to get the admission in Engineering and Medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh (APEAMCET).

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The refractive index of the material of a double convex lens is L5 and its focal length is 5 cm. If the radii of curvature arc equal1 the value of the radius of curvawre (in cm) is

(a) 5.0
(h) 6.5
(c) 8.0
(d) 9.5

In Ramsden eyepiece, the two planoconvex lenses each of focal length f are separated by a distance 12 cm. The equivalent focal length (in cm) of thc eyepiece is

(a) 10.5
(b) 12.0
(C) 13.5
(d) 15.5

In lluygen’s eyepiece

(a) the cross wires are outside the eyepiece
(b) condition for achromatism is satisfied
(c) condition for minimum spheiical atwrrat ion is nor satisfied
d) the image formed by the objective is a virtual image

A segmcnt of wire vibrates with a fundamental frequency of 450 lIz under a tension of 9 kg wt. Then tension at which the fundamental frequency of the same wire becomes 900 Hz is

(a) 36 kg-wt
(b) 27 kg-wt
(c) 18 kg-wi.
(d) 72 kg-wt

The magnitude of maximum acceleration is times that of maximum velocity of a simple harmonic oscillator. The time period of the oscillator in seconds is

(a)   4
(b)   2
(c)   1
(d)   0.5

The temperature of the system decreases in the process of

(a) free expansion