CBSE 10th Science - Physics

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CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2014 - Physics - Question 5
by added on Mon Feb 16 10:43:23 UTC 2015 2932 views
Question - "A concave mirror of focal length 15 cm can form a magnified, erect as well as inverted image of an object placed in front of it." Justify this statement stating the position of the object with respect to the pole of the mirror in both the cases for obtaining the images. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2014 - Physics - Question 35
by added on Mon Feb 16 06:00:41 UTC 2015 784 views
Question - A student focused the Sun rays using an optical device 'X' on a screen S as shown. From this it may be concluded that the device 'X' is a (select the correct option) (A) Convex lens off focal length 10 cm. (B) Convex lens of radius of curvature 20 cm. (C) Convex lens of focal length 20 cm. (D) Concave mirror of focal length 20 cm. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2014 - Physics - Question 13
by added on Mon Feb 16 06:33:15 UTC 2015 519 views
Question - Draw a ray diagram to show the path of the refracted ray in each of the following cases: A ray of light incident on a concave lens is (i) passing through its optical centre. (ii) parallel to its principal axis. (iii) directed towards its principal focus. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2014 - Physics - Question 38
by added on Mon Feb 16 05:58:33 UTC 2015 268 views
Question - Study the following diagrams in which the path of a ray of light passing through a glass prism as traced by four students P, Q, R and S is shown: The student who has traced the path correctly is (A) P (B) Q (C) R (D) S Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 

CBSE Board Papers Class 10 - 2014 - Physics - Question 22 b
by added on Mon Feb 16 06:01:13 UTC 2015 184 views
Question - A converging lens has focal length of 12 cm. Calculate at what distance the object should be placed from the lens so that it forms an image at 48 cm on the other side of the lens. Vedantu - Your Personal Teacher Online - Get an clear edge over other students by constant revision of important topics with an awesome teacher. - Get your doubts and questions resolved instantly by booking an instant live session - Prepare for competitive exams with our exam courses and achieve your goal - Skipped a topic in tuitions? Learn it on Vedantu by taking our topic courses

 
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