**Physics Practical Examination**

**( Board of Intermediate Education, Andhrapradesh)
**

**Question Bank (for the batches before March2009)
**

**SECTION – A**

1.Find the volume of given cylinder using vernier calipers.

2.Find the volume of given sphere using vernier calipers.

3.Compare the radii of given three wires using screw gauge.

4.Find the volume of the given rectangular glass plate using vernier calipers and screw gauge ( Take at least 3 observations).

5.Find the volume of given cylinder bt measuring the length with vernier calipers and radius with screw gauge.

6.Find the thickness of given glass plate and radius of curvature of given curved surface (watch glass) using spherometer.

7.Find the thickness of glass plate with spherometer and verify the result with a screw gauge.

8.Find the focal length of given spherical mirror with spherometer.

9.Find the mass of the given body correct to milligram using a common balance.

**SECTION – B**

10.Find the value of ‘g’ at a given place using a simple pendulum.Also find the percentage error in measurement.

11.Find the acceleration due to gravity at your place using simple pendulum from *l –* graph.Find length of seconds pendulum also.

12.Find length of seconds pendulum from *l –* graph.

13.Verify parallelogram law of forces.Find weight of given stone in air.

14.Verify the triangle law of forces take 3 readings). Find relative density of given stone.

15.Find the volume of the given stone using parallelogram law of forces.Take 3 observations.

16.Find the volume of the stone applying the triangle law of forces.

17.Verify Boyle’s law and draw p-l graph ( Take 8 observations).

**SECTION – C**

18.Verify Boyle’s law. Draw h- graph.(take 6 observations)

19.Using Boyle’s law apparatus,draw h- graph.Hence find the atmospheric pressure.

20. Find the co-efficient of apparent expansion of given liquid using the specific gravity bottle.

21.Find the co-efficient of real or absolute expansion of the given liquid using specific gravity bottle.

22.Find the specific heat of solid by method of mixtures.

23.Find the surface tension of water by capillary rise method.

24.Determine the radius of the bore of given capillary tube by capillary rise method.(T = 72 dyne/cm)

**SECTION – D**

25.Find the focal length of given concave mirror by u – v method.Draw u – v graph and hence find its focal length.Compare these two values.

26.Find the focal length of given concave mirror by u , v method.Verify the result from – graph method.

27.Find the focal length of given convex lens by u – v method.Verify the result from u – v graph.

28.Find the focal length of given convex lens from u – v graph.Verify result from – graph.

29.Find the focal length of given convex lens by u – v method.Verify the results from – graph.

30.Find the focal length of yhe given convex lens by lens displacement or conjugate foci method.

32.Draw I-d curve and determine the angle of the prism assuming refractive index of glass as 1.5 .

**SECTION – E**

33. Find velocity of sound in air at room temperature.(using 3 tuning forks) and estimate its value at C.

34.Compare the frequencies of the given two tuning forks using resonance apparatus.

35.Find the frequencies of the two given tuning forks using resonating air column apparatus.(Velocity of sound in air = 330

36.Draw the lines of force around a short bar magnet placed with its North pole pointing the North in the earths magnetic field and locate null or neutral points, and find the magnetic moment of the given magnet.

37.Draw the lines of force around a short magnet placed with the south pole pointing the North in the earth’s magnetic field and locate null points and find pole strength of the magnet.

38.Verify Inverse square law using deflection magneto-meter.Take 3 readings.

39.Compare the magnetic moments of given two magnets using a deflection magnetometer in Tan – B position by i)equal distance method and compare results with null method.Take 2 observations in each case.

40.Compare the magnetic moments of given two magnets using a deflection magnetometer in Tan – A position by i)equal distance method and compare results with null method.Take 2 observations in each case.

41.Measure the current flowing through a circuit using a tangent galvanometer.Verify the results using an ammeter in the circuit.

42.Find the reduction factor of the tangent galvanometer using an ammeter in the circuit.Verify the result from theory.

**SECTION – F**

43.Draw R – Cot graph and hence verify the Ohm’s law.

44.Draw R – Cot graph and hence find the resistance of the tangent galvanometer and the battery.

45.Find the resistance and specific resistance of the given wire using a meter bridge.

46.Using mere bridge , find the resistance of given wires by connecting them in series and in parallel.

47.Compare the resistance’s of the given two wires using meter bridge.

48. Draw voltage – current ( V-I) characteristics of junction diode.

**Physics Practical Examination**

**( Board of Intermediate Education, Andhrapradesh)
**

**Question Bank (W.e.f from I.P.E March2009)
**

**SECTION – A**

1. Using physical balance determine the mass of the given body correct to a milligram.

2. Find the volume of the given wooden cube using physical balance (density of wood = 0.8 gr/cc).

3. Find the acceleration due to gravity ‘g’ at your place using simple pendulum, also find the percentage of error in the measurement of ‘ g’.

4. Find the acceleration due to gravity ‘g’ at your place using simple pendulum.Draw graph and find the length of the seconds pendulum from the graph.

5. Draw graph in the case of a simple pendulum and find the length of the seconds pendulum(whose time period is 2 seconds).

6. Determine the co-efficient of static friction and calculate the force acting on a body sliding on a rough inclined plane. Draw graph.

7.Determine the coefficient of static friction and find the weight of the body sliding on a rough inclined plane using graph.

8.determine the coefficient of rolling friction and calculate the force acting on a body rolling on a rough inclined plane.

**SECTION – B**

9.Verify Boyle’s law and plot (h – ) graph.(Take 6 observations)

10.Plot (h – ) graph and determine the atmospheric pressure from graph.

11. Verify the parallelogram law of forces and the weight of given stone in air.(Take 3 observations)

12. Verify the parallelogram law of forces and find the relative density of the given object.(Take two observations)

13. Verify the triangle law of forces and find the weight of the given stone in air.(Take two observations)

14.Verify the triangle law of forces and find the volume of the given stone in air.(Take two observations)

15. Verify the law of parallel forces and find the weight of the given stone in air.(Take three observations)

16. Verify the law of parallel forces and find the relative density of given body.(Take three observations)

**SECTION – C**

17.Determine the coefficient of apparent expansion of the given liquid using specific gravity bottle.

18.Find the coefficient of volume expansion of glass using specific gravity bottle.(Real coefficient of real expansion of given liquid coconut oil is 0.000678 /deg Celsius.

19.Find the specific heat of the given solid by using method of mixtures.

20.Determine the surface tension of water by capillary rise method.

21.Determine the latent heat of vaporization of water using method of mixtures.

**SECTION – D**

23. Draw i-d curve and determine the angle of the prism assuming the refractive index of the material of the prism =1.5

24. Determine the velocity of sound in air at room temperature using resonance apparatus and calculate the value of velocity of sound at C

25.Compare the frequencies of the two given tuning forks using resonance column apparatus.

26.Find the frequencies of the given tuning forks using resonance air column apparatus.(Velocity of sound in air at room temperature = 330 m/sec).

27. Verify the first and second laws of transverse waves along a stretched string using sonometer.

28. Verify second and third laws of Transverse waves along a stretched string using sonometer.

29.Verify the first and third law’s of transverse waves along a stretched string using sonometer.

**SECTION – E**

30.Compare magnetic moments of two given short bar magnets in Tan-A position by equal distance method and verify the result with the value obtained from null method.(Take 2 observations)

31.Compare magnetic moments of two given short bar magnets in Tan-B position by equal distance method and verify the result with the value obtained from null method.(Take 2 observations).

32.Verify inverse square law using deflection magnetometer.(Take 4 observations in each position)

33.Draw the magnetic lines of forces in the combined magnetic field due to earth and the short bar magnet placed in the magnetic meridian with its North pole pointing towards south.Locate the null points and calculate the pole strength(m) of the given bar magnet.

34.Draw the magnetic lines of forces in the combined magnetic field due to earth and the short bar magnet placed in the magnetic meridian with its North pole pointing towards south.Locate the null points and calculate the Magnetic moment M of the given bar magnet.

35.Draw the magnetic lines of forces in the combined magnetic field due to earth and the short bar magnet placed in the magnetic meridian with its North pole pointing towards North.Locate the null points and calculate the pole strength(m) of the given bar magnet.

36.Draw the magnetic lines of forces in the combined magnetic field due to earth and the short bar magnet placed in the magnetic meridian with its North pole pointing towards North.Locate the null points and calculate the Magnetic moment M of the given bar magnet.

37. Find the value of magnetic moment M and the Horizontal component of earth’s magnetic field using vibration magnetometer.

**Section -F**

38. Find the strength of current using tangent Galvanometer in an electric circuit (Take 6 observations)

39. Determine the reduction factor of the Tangent galvanometer using ammeter.

40. Verify Ohm’s law using R-cot graph method.

41 Determine the internal resistance of the battery and the Galvanometer from R-cot graph.

42. Find the specific resistance of the wire using a meter bridge.

43. Using meter bridge.Find the electrical of the given two wires by connecting them in series and parallel.

44. Compare the resistances of the two given wires using meter bridge.(Take 3 observations for each wire)

48.Draw I-V characteristics of the junction diode.

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where are the details of the expirments given.

The details like aim of experiment, apparatus,procedure etc are clearly explained in the experiments ex : if you want the above said details for Vernier calipers(click this link) like this for every experiment you will find such explanation.

please give give information about deflection magnetometer in TanA position and also sonometer experiments details and give the links the wibsites,thank u

please give information about Boyel’s law with p-l graph experiment in Telugu medium or English Medium ( full version ), By Physics 2B proved ( SNM Sr )

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In simple pendulum length of the simple pendulum from graph should be 100? We r getting value 96 ?is it correct or not?