APBIE Sample Paper for Physics and Chemistry

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Find the latest sample paper for Physics and chemistry of  Andra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education such that it will be of a great help to students during exams. Andra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education provides the best education to students of Andhra Pradesh and regulates the intermediate education in Andhra Pradesh. In this section, we have provided a sample paper for physics and chemistry for  the senior secondary examination. Questions has been taken from all the topics as per the syllabus of Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education. Still if it contains any error please do let us know. You can give your valuable feedback through the comment section. Any type of suggestions will be highly appreciated.

APBIE(ANDRA PRADESH BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ) Sample Paper for Physics

SECTION – A (VERY SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS)

1. Why does the car with a flattered tyre stops earlier than the one inflated tyres ?
2. Modern air crafts fly at heights that id upwards of 10 km. Calculate the value of ‘g’ at that altitude. Given the radius of the earth is 6400 km and the value of ‘g’ on the surface of the earth is 9.8 ms-2.
3. How does kerosene oil raise in the wick of a lantern ?
4. Why do two layers of cloth of equal thickness provide warmer covering than a single layer of cloth of double the thickness ?
5. Distinguish between transverse and longitudinal waves.
6. State Lenz’s law.
7. When current drawn from a cell increases, the potential difference between the cell electrodes decreases, Why ?
8. Define total internal reflection and write the relation between critical angle and refractive index of the media ?
9. Calculate the focal length of a lens if the radii of curvature of its two surfaces are +20 cm and -25 cm. (u = 1.5) ?
10. An electron is accelerated through a P.D. of 182 volt. Calculate its associative wavelength.
11. Differentiate between junction diode and zenor diode ?
12. Distinguish UPS from Invertor ?
13. What do you understand by terms film size and speed ?

SECTION – B (SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS)

Note : Answer any Six Questions 6 x 5 = 30 Marks

14. State and prove work – energy theorem ? What happens to kinetic energy of a particle if the speed of the particle is doubled ?
15. State Bernoulli’s theorem and write down the equation. Under what conditions Bernoulli’s theorem is applicable to a fluid ?
16. Show that the motion of simple pendulum is simple harmonic and derive expression for its time period ?
17. Explain the defects in image formation of optical instruments ?
18. How does a p.n junction diode works as a half wave rectifier ?
19. What is an inverter ? Write how it works ?
20. Explain the various steps involved in audio recording and reproduction?

SECTION – C (LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS)

Note: Answer any Three Questions 3 x 8 = 24 Marks

21. State Newton’s second law of motion. Hence derive the equation of motion F = ma from it. A Constant force of magnitude 50N is applied to a body of mass 10 kg moving initially with a speed of 10 ms-1. How long will it take the body to stop if the force acts in a direction opposite to its motion.

22.
a. Define specific heats of gas
b. Calculate Cp and Cv for argon. Given R = 8.3 J mol-1 k-1.
c. Derive the relationship between Cp and Cv.

23. Derive condition of balancing wheat stone bridge using Kirchhoff’s Law.
25. Describe Rutherford’s experiment of α – ray scattering and its findings.

APBIE(ANDRA PRADESH BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION) Sample Paper for CHEMISTRY

1. Define mole.
2. How many moles of ammonia are present in 170 gm. sample of ammonia ?
3. Draw the diagrams of ‘s’ and ‘p’ orbitals.
4. Explain why Dalton’s law is not applicable to a system of NH3 and Hcl.
5. What is the effect of temperature on vapour pressure of a liquid ?
6. Which of the following will increase the internal energy of the system ? Give reasons
a. Heat given to the system.
b. Work done on the system.

7. Identify Lewis acids and bases from the following

a. NH 3.
b. OH –.
c. BF 3.
d. Al+3

8. What is nitrolim ?
9. How do you restore the colour of old paintings ?
10. Draw the cyclic structure for α – d – glucose and β – d – glucose.
11. Carbon gets into the environment from dead organic matter. Justify.
12. Mention the causes for minamata disease. Write any two of its symptoms.
13. Identify the hybridisation of each of the carbon atom mentioned as 1,2,3 in

CH2 = C2 = CH2.

SECTION – B

Note : Answer any Six of the following 5 x 6 = 30 Marks

14. 7.3 gm of H2 and 53.4 gm of O2 are mixed and reacted. Calculate the weight of H2O formed in grams.

15. Explain the following with suitable examples:

a. Schottky defect
b. Frenkel defect

16. Define the following

a. Heat of combustion
b. Heat of formation

17. Compare the properties of alkali metals and alkaline earth metals with respect to

b. Ionization energy
c. Electro negativity

18. Calculate the magnetic moment of metals in the following complex ions.

a. [Co (NH3)4 Cl2]+.
b. [Cr (NH3)6]+3.

19. Identify the functional group present in the following compound and write IUPAC names of each compound.

a. CH3 CH2 OH
b. CH3 COOH
c. CH3 CH2 Cl
d. CH3 CONH2.
e. CH3 CHO.

20. ‘Any disturbance in the concentration of the constituents of the air cause pollution’.

21. Basing on the application of the dyes, distinguish between acid dyes and basic dyes.

SECTION – C

Note: Answer any Three of the following 8 x 3 = 24 Marks

22. What are the quantum numbers. Write the significance of quantum numbers.

23. What is hybridisation ? Discuss the hybridisation involved in the following examples.

a. C2H2.
b. C2H4.
c. CH4.

24. Apply the α – chateliers principle in manufacture of ammonia from the following equilibrium.

N2 (g) + 3H 2 (g) 2NH 3 (g); & H = -92 KJ

25. Classify the following hydrocarbons as alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. Write their IUPAC names.

a. (CH3)3CH.
b. CH3 CH.CH2.
c. (CH3) 4 C.
d. CH3 C.CH
e. CH3 C.C. CH3.
f. CH2 CH 2 ..