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CBSE Class 11th Physics Sample Paper

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is one of the most reputed and  self-financing board of Education. The Board was originated with the aim of serving standards of quality education for both private and public schools across the country. Physics is one of the most interesting subject to prepare as per exam point of view. Attention and concentrations must be required by students to secure good marks in this subject. Here, we have tried to made available CBSE Class 11th Physics Sample Paper in order to provide a platform where students are able to judge their preparations. To enhance your preparations you can also take help from CBSE class 11 Biology Sample papersSo, start practicing.

 CBSE Class 11 Physics Sample Papers

Subject– Physics                                                                                    Marks-50 Time-2 hours

General Instructions:

CBSE Class 11 Physics Sample Papers

CBSE 11th Physics Sample Papers

1) This paper consist of three Sets as Set-A, B, C.

2) Answer all the question.

3) Every correct answer caries 3 marks.

4) Marks are given to each set for your convenience.

Set-A [Marks-20]

Q.1 Write the dimensional equation for coefficient of dynamic viscosity.

Q.2 Write any two applications of Bernoulli’s theorem.

Q.3 What is triple point of water?

Q.4 Why the glass breaker breaks when cold water sprinkled on it.

Q.5 State Stephen’s law of radiation and express it in mathematical form.

Q.6 What is surface tension of a liquid and mention effect of temperature on it?

OR State Newton’s law of cooling. which one cools faster, body A at higher temperature or body B at lower temperature.

Set-B [Marks-25]

Q.7 Derive an expression for escape velocity on a planet.

Q.8 Explain the concept of absolute scale of temperature.

Q.9 Define dot and cross product with one example each.

Q.10 Write any four differences between iso-thermal and adiabatic process.

OR Show the motion of a simple pendulum is simple harmonic.

Q.11 Explain the behavior of wire under gradually increasing load with the help of necessary graph.

Q.12 Show that the path of projectile is parabola.

Set-C [Marks-30]

Q.13 Explain the concept of moment of inertia.

Q.14 Explain the procedure to determine the coefficient of apparent expansion of a liquid using specific gravity bottle with relevant theory.

Q.15 State the law of conservation of energy verify it in the case of freely falling Object. Calculate the total energy of the body mass 5 kg which is freely falling from a height of 100 m,at the highest point and at middle and at the lowest point.

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    where we can experimentally verify the value of ”g”{acceleration due to gravity}

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