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JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 2 Offline

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Two large circular discs separated by a distance of 0.01 m are connected to a battery via a switch as
shown in the figure. Charged oil drops of density 900 kg m

(neglect the buoyancy force, take acceleration due to gravity = 10 ms

^{−3}are released through a tiny hole at the center of the top disc. Once some oil drops achieve terminal velocity, the switch is closed to apply a voltage of 200 V across the discs. As a result, an oil drop of radius 8 $$ \times $$ 10^{−7}m stops moving vertically and floats between the discs. The number of electrons present in this oil drop is ________.(neglect the buoyancy force, take acceleration due to gravity = 10 ms

^{−2}and charge on an electron (e) = 1.6 $$ \times $$ 10^{–19}C)Your input ____

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JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 2 Offline

Numerical

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A point charge q of mass m is suspended vertically by a string of length l. A point dipole of dipole
moment $$\overrightarrow p $$ is now brought towards q from infinity so that the charge moves away. The final
equilibrium position of the system including the direction of the dipole, the angles and distances is
shown in the figure below. If the work done in bringing the dipole to this position is N $$ \times $$ (mgh),
where g is the acceleration due to gravity, then the value of N is _________ .

(Note that for three coplanar forces keeping a point mass in equilibrium, $${F \over {\sin \theta }}$$ is the same for all forces, where F is any one of the forces and $$\theta $$ is the angle between the other two forces)

(Note that for three coplanar forces keeping a point mass in equilibrium, $${F \over {\sin \theta }}$$ is the same for all forces, where F is any one of the forces and $$\theta $$ is the angle between the other two forces)

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JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 1 Offline

Numerical

+4

-0

One end of a spring of negligible unstretched length and spring constant k is fixed at the origin (0, 0).
A point particle of mass m carrying a positive charge q is attached at its other end. The entire system
is kept on a smooth horizontal surface. When a point dipole $$\overrightarrow p $$ pointing towards the charge q is fixed
at the origin, the spring gets stretched to a length l and attains a new equilibrium position (see figure
below). If the point mass is now displaced slightly by $$\Delta $$l << l from its equilibrium position and
released, it is found to oscillate at frequency $${1 \over \delta }\sqrt {{k \over m}} $$. The value of $$\delta $$ is ______.

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JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 1 Offline

Numerical

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A circular disc of radius R carries surface charge density

$$\sigma \left( r \right) = {\sigma _0}\left( {1 - {r \over R}} \right)$$, where $$\sigma $$

$$\sigma \left( r \right) = {\sigma _0}\left( {1 - {r \over R}} \right)$$, where $$\sigma $$

_{0}is a constant and r is the distance from the center of the disc. Electric flux through a large spherical surface that encloses the charged disc completely is $$\phi $$_{0}. Electric flux through another spherical surface of radius $${R \over 4}$$ and concentric with the disc is $$\phi $$. Then the ratio $${{{\phi _0}} \over \phi }$$ is ________.Your input ____

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