Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Paper – Rajasthan Part – 1

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Q: 1. The brakes applied to a car produce an acceleration of 8 in the opposite direction to the motion. If the car takes 3 seconds to stop after the application of brakes, the distance it travels during the time will be –





Q: 2. A bullet of mass 10 gm moving with 100 m/s is embedded in a block of 1 kg which is initially in rest. The final velocity of the system will be

(1) 1 m/s

(2) 1.5 m/s

(3) 0.5 m/s

(4) 2 m/s

Q: 3. The magnitude of buoyant force depends on which one of the following properties of fluid?

(1) Mass of object

(2) Size of object

(3) Density of liquid

(4) Size of container

Q: 4. The value of 200 units of energy into joules will be





Q: 5 In which of the following media, the speed of sound will be maximum?

(1) Glass

(2) Ethanol

(3) Air

(4) Vacuum

Q: 6 The weight of a body of mass 15 kg on moon is


(2) 2.45 N

(3) 245 N

(4) 0.245 N

Q: 7 The work required to increases the velocity of a particle from 18 km/h to 72 km/h, if mass of particle is 2 kg, is

(1) 275 J

(2) 225 J

(3) 15 J

(4) 375 J

Q: 8 The image formed by a concave mirror is observed to be real, inverted and larger than the object. Where should be the position of the object?

(1) At the centre of curvature

(2) Between the principal focus and centre of curvature

(3) Beyond the centre of curvature

(4) Between the pole of the mirror and its principal focus

Q: 9. The path of light in different media of refractive indices and is shown in figure. The velocity of light will be maximum in the medium whose refractive index is

Q_9_Find the Refractive Index





Q: 10 Which one of the following phenomena is an example of scattering of light?

(1) Bending of rod at interface of air and water

(2) Twinkling of start

(3) Tyndall effect

(4) Mirage in desert during summer

Q: 11 An electron enters in a magnetic field at right angles to it, as shown in figure. The direction of force acting on the electron will be

Q_11_Electron and Magnetic Field

(1) To the right

(2) To the left

(3) Out of paper

(4) Into the paper

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