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Units and Measurement

11th Class - CBSE - Physics - 2754 Questions - 0 Concepts

Important Questions

Q1 Subjective Hard
The edge of a cube is measured using a vernier callipers. [9 divisions of the main scale is equal to 10 divisions of vernier scale and 1 main scale division is 1 mm]. The main scale division reading is 10 and 1 division of vernier scale was found to be coinciding with the main scale. The mass of the cube is 2.736 gm. Calculate the density in $\mathrm{g}\mathrm{m}/\mathrm{c}\mathrm{m}^{3}$ up to correct significant figures.

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Q2 Single Correct Hard
From the following combinations of physical constants (expressed through their usual symbols) the only combination, that would have the same value in different system of units, is:
• A. $\dfrac {ch}{2\pi \epsilon_{0}^{2}}$
• B. $\dfrac {e^2}{2\pi \epsilon_0Gm_{e}^{2}}(m_e=$ mass of electron)
• C. $\dfrac {\mu_0 \epsilon_0}{c^2}\dfrac {G}{he^2}$
• D. $\dfrac {2\pi \sqrt {\mu_0\epsilon_0}}{ce^2}\dfrac {h}{G}$

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Q3 Subjective Hard
To find the value of g using simple pendulum, $T = 2.00 s$ and $l = 1.00 m$ were measured. Estimate maximum permissible error in g. Also find the value of g.

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Q4 Single Correct Hard
If the velocity of light $C$, the universal gravitational constant $G$, and Planck's constant $h$ are chosen as fundamental units, the dimension of mass in this system are
• A. $h^{1/2}C^{1/2}G^{-1/2}$
• B. $h^{-1}C^{-1}G$
• C. $hCG^{-1}$
• D. $hCG$

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Q5 Subjective Hard
If  velocity (V), force (F) and time (T) are chosen as fundamental quantities, express (a) mass and (b) energy in terms of V, F and T.

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Q6 Multiple Correct Hard
Which of the following pairs have the same dimensions?
(L = inductance, C = capacitance, R = Resistance)
• A. $\dfrac{L}{R}$ and CR
• B. LR and CR
• C. $\dfrac{L}{R}$ and $\sqrt{LC}$
• D. RC and $\dfrac{1}{LC}$

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Q7 Single Correct Hard
Two plates have lengths measured as $(1.9 \pm 0.3)m$ and $(3.5 \pm0.2)m$. Calculate their combined length with error limits.
• A. $(5.4 \pm 0.5)m$
• B. $(5.4 \pm 2.5)m$
• C. $(4.4 \pm 0.5)m$
• D. $(5.4 \pm 1.5)m$

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Q8 Subjective Hard
In Searle's experiment to find Young's modulus, the diameter of wire is measured as $D = 0.05cm$, the length of wire is $L = 125 cm,$ and when a weight, $m = 20 kg$ is the put, extension in wire was found to be $0.100 cm$. Find the maximum permissible error in Young's modulus (Y).

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Q9 Single Correct Hard
With due regard to significant figures, add the following:
a. 953 and 0.324
b. 953 and 0.625
c. 953.0 and 0.324
d. 953.0 and 0.374
• A. a. $953$; b. $954$ c. $953.3$ d. $953.4$
• B. a. $953$; b. $955$ c. $953.3$ d. $953.4$
• C. a. $952$; b. $954$ c. $953.3$ d. $953.4$
• D. a. $953$; b. $954$ c. $953.3$ d. $952.4$

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Q10 Subjective Hard
In an experiment, the following observations were recorded:
$L = 2.820 m, M = 3.00 kg, l = 0.087 cm$, diameter $D = 0.041 cm$. Taking $g = 9.81 m s^{-2}$ and using the formula, Y =$\frac{4Mg}{\pi D^2 l}$, find the maximum permissible error in Y.

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