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Nalanda Open University Exam Paper
Please provide me the B.SC Physics part 1 paper of the Nalanda Open University\

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Re: Nalanda Open University Exam Paper
I am here by providing you the question paper of last year of the B.SC Physics part 1 paper of the Nalanda Open University I am here by providing you the few question list asked in the last exam. GroupA 1. Define Gradient of a scalar, divergence and Curl of a vector. How do you express these quantities in Cartesian and spherical Polar Coordinates? 2. Distinguish between holonomic and nonholonomic constraints. Give suitable examples for each. What are generalised coordinates? What is the advantage of using these Coordinates for a physical system. 3. Set up the Lagrangian for a (i) one dimensional harmonic oscillator & (ii) particle of mass m falling freely in uniform gravitational field. Write equations of motion in each case using Lagrange's equations. 4. Derive the expression for force experienced by a particle in rotating frame of reference and hence define the 'centrifugal force' and 'Coriolis force'. 5. Write notes on any two of the following: (a) Kepler's laws (b) D 'Alembert's principle (c) Hamilton's Equations of Motion Please feel free to download the PDF
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Re: Nalanda Open University Exam Paper Nalanda Open University Annual Examination  2012 B.Sc. Physics (Honours), PartI PaperI Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80 Answer any five questions, selecting at least one from each group. All questions carry equal marks. GroupA 1. Define Gradient of a scalar, divergence and Curl of a vector. How do you express these quantities in Cartesian and spherical Polar Coordinates ? 2. Distinguish between holonomic and nonholonomic constraints. Give suitable examples for each. What are generalised coordinates? What is the advantage of using these Coordinates for a physical system. 3. Set up the Lagrangian for a (i) one dimensional harmonic oscillator & (ii) particle of mass m falling freely in uniform gravitational field. Write equations of motion in each case using Lagrange's equations. 4. Derive the expression for force experienced by a particle in rotating frame of reference and hence define the 'centrifugal force' and 'Coriolis force'. 5. Write notes on any two of the following: (a) Kepler's laws (b) D 'Alembert's principle (c) Hamilton's Equations of Motion GroupB 6. Describe with a neat diagram, the MidrelsonMorley Experiment and explain clearly the conclusions drawn from this experiment. 7. State and explain Lorentz Transformation Equations and use them to obtain rule for transformation of velocity of a particle. Prove that velocity of light is in variant under L.T. 8. Establish the following equations for a relativistic system. (a) K c m K c p b c m c p E 2 0 2 4 2 0 2 2 2 2 1 ) ( & where the symbols have the usual meaning. GroupC 9. Determine the position of nodes and antinodes in the formation of stationary waves. 10. What are ultrasonic Waves? How are they produced? Mention its properties.
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