Class 10 Physics 2018

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Class 10 Physics 2018 (Local) Paper

Section A

Q1. MCQs

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Section B

Q2.

(i) Write down any three common properties of Longitudinal and Transverse waves.

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(ii) If the time for 20 vibrations is 100 seconds then find:
a.   Time period         
b.   Frequency

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(iii) Explain briefly the transmission of radio waves.

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(iv) Define the following:
a. Reverberation
b. Acoustics

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(v) Find the sound intensity if the sound level is 80 dB.

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(vi) If the length of a simple pendulum is ‘4’ times, what will be the change in its time period?

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(vii) If a high voltage power line fell across your car while you were in the car. Why should you not come out of the car?

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(viii) Does each capacitor carry equal charge in series combination? Explain briefly.

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(ix) Write down any three properties of electric field lines.

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(x) Name any three uses of oscilloscope.

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(xi) Name two factors, which can enhance the thermionic emission and also define thermionic emission.

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(xii) What are radio Isotopes? Give two examples.

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(xiii) How much of 1 gram sample of pure radioactive matter would be left undecayed after four half lives.

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(xiv) The 14 – C : 12 – C ratio in the fossil bone is found to be 1/4 th that of the ratio in the bone of living animal. The half life of 14 – C is 5730 years. What is the approximate age of the fossil?

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(xv) Can current flow in a circuit without a potential difference?

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Section C

Attempt any Two Questions

Q3. a. Draw ray diagram of the following:                       (2+2+2)
(i)         Simple Microscope
(ii)        Compound Microscope 
(iii)       Telescope

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Q3. b. An object and its image in a concave mirror are of the same height yet inverted, when the object is 20 cm from the mirror. What is the focal length of the mirror?  (04)

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Q4. a. Define Resistance and also prove that R=ρL/A

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Q4. b. A step-down transformer has a turn ratio of 1:100. An AC voltage of level of amplitude 170 volts is applied to primary coil. If the current in the primary coil is 1 mA then what is the current in secondary coil?    (04)

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Q5. a. Define Generator, A.C Generator and also draw labeled diagram to illustrate the structure and working of A.C Generator.   (1+1+4)

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Q5. b. By applying a potential difference of 10 volts across the conductor, a current of 1.5A passes through it. How much energy would be obtained from the current in 2 minutes?   (4)

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Class 10 Physics 2018 (Overseas) Paper

Section A

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Section B

Q2.

(i) Prove that v=f λ

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(ii) Differentiate loudness and intensity of sound.

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(iii) Why the voice of women is more shrill than that of men?

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(iv) Define the following terms of lens:
a. Principal axis
b. Optical centre
c. Power of lens

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(v) Why is the driver’s side mirror in many cars convex rather than plane or concave?

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(vi) Why do we use a refracting telescope with a large objective lens of a large focal length?

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(vii) What is the difference between variable and fixed capacitor?

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(viii) Describe briefly electrostatic air cleaner.

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(ix) Differentiate between electromotive force and potential difference.

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(x) Why ammeter is always connected in series with circuit?

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(xi) Does a fuse in a circuit control the potential difference or the current?

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(xii) State Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction.

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(xiii) Can a transformer operate on direct current?

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(xiv) What is a supercomputer?

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(xv) Make a truth table of:
a. AND gate   
b. OR gate

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Section C

Attempt any Two Questions

Q3. a. Define Nuclear fission reaction and fission chain reaction. Differentiate between controlled and uncontrolled fission chain reaction.     (1+2+3)

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Q3. b. If the length of copper wire is 1 m and its diameter is 2mm then find the resistance of this copper wire. (Resistivity of wire is 1.69 x10-8 Ωm).  (04)

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Q4. a. Define C.R.O. Draw the labeled diagram of C.R.O. Explain the working of different parts of C.R.O.      (1+2+3)

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Q4. b. Calculate the intensity level of the faintest audible sound in decibel.          (04)

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Q5. a. Explain the following properties of the wave with reference to the ripple tank experiment:      (2+2+2)
(i)   Reflection                       (ii)  Refraction                       (iii) Diffraction

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Q5. b. A sound wave has a frequency of 2 kHz and a wavelength of 35cm. How long will it take to travel 1.5 km?

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