Energy Crises In Pakistan Essay

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INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION, 2013 (ANNUAL) Date: 22.05.2013 9:30 a.m. to 9:50 a.m.
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The resistivity *

 of each segment will be:

1  3


2  3


same as the whole wire



This was the first experimental verification of Einstein’s mass-energy relation: * Deutron-induced reaction * Protons-induced reaction * Gama induced reaction * none of these Meter bridge is used to measure: * electric current * voltage * resistance * * capacitance Potential energy

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The sum of all the energies of the molecules in a substance is called: * Heat energy * Temperature * Kinetic energy The number of electrons in one coulomb charge is: *

6 1020


1.6 1018

* infinity

6.25 1018

* –1



The rest mass of the photon is: * 1 * zero In radioactive decay law * Wavelength


N  N0e t ,  represents:
* Half life * Decay constant * none of these


The speed of electromagnetic waves is given by: *


0 0



 0 0


0 0


 0 0

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The direction of induced current is given by: * Ohm’s law * Lenz’s law Resistors of 3,5 and the other resistors is: * 4 volts *


Coulomb’s law


Ampere’s law

7 are connected in parallel. If the P.D. across 5 resistor is 6 volt, the P.D. across
6 volts * 8 volts * 10 volts * Dynamo

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The practical application of phenomenon of mutual inductance is: * A.C. generator * Transformer * Rectifier

As the temperature of Black Body is raised, the wavelength corresponding to the maximum intensity shifts towards: * Similar wavelength * Shorter wavelength * Longer wavelength * none of these The rate of flow of blood in the body can be traced by using this radio isotope: *


Ca 45



Na 24








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