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Class 11th Physics CBSE Value Based Questions in for free download in PDF format. The most CBSE Value Based Questions for annual examination from are given here for download. The additional questions for practice from XII class CBSE exam are collected from various sources. It includes questions asked in previous year exams, questions provided by Kendriya Vidyalaya KV schools, DoE, Delhi government school, Navodaya Vidyalaya samiti NVS and other government and private schools in India and abroad that are affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. Class 11 Physics have different set of questions. The questions includes 1 mark questions, 2 mark questions, 3 mark questions, 4 mark questions, 5 mark questions and other questions as per the latest CBSE curriculum for the current session.

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NCERT Class 11 Physics Chapter-wise  Solutions

Part I

  • Chapter 1 - Physical World
  • Chapter 2 - Units and Measurements
  • Chapter 3 - Motion in a Straight line
  • Chapter 4 - Motion in a Plane
  • Chapter 5 - Laws of Motion
  • Chapter 6 - Work, Energy and Power
  • Chapter 7 - System of Particles and Rotational motion
  • Chapter 8 - Gravitation

Part II

  • Chapter 9 - Mechanical Properties of Solids
  • Chapter 10 - Mechanical properties of fluids
  • Chapter 11 - Thermal Properties of matter
  • Chapter 12 - Thermodynamics
  • Chapter 13 - Kinetic Theory
  • Chapter 14 - Oscillations
  • Chapter 15 - Waves

CBSE Value Based Questions and Answers for CBSE Exams

1. An old woman crossing the road was holding a money purse. She was not able to walk .A pick pocket snatches away her purse. A school student of class X having seen this incident tries to help that old lady. He informs the police Inspector who stands nearby. The Inspector collects the money purse from the pickpocket and hand it over to the old lady.

  • (a)What values do you find in the school student?
  • (b)Also the police inspector in a jeep is chasing the pickpocket on a straight road.

The jeep is going at its maximum speed ‘v’. The pickpocket rides on the motorcycle of a waiting friend when the jeep is at a distance ‘d’ away and the motorcycle starts with a constant acceleration ‘a’. Show that the pickpocket will be caught if v≥√2ad.

Ans: (a) The student is sympathetic towards others, helping, and applies his presence of mind in solving the problems, knows how to use public services.

(b) s= ½ at2, the distance covered by the this time interval =s + d = vt

t= v ±√ v2-2adThe pickpocketter will be caught if t is real ad positive

 a This will be possible if v2≥ 2ad or, v≥ 2ad.

2. Sita a student of class XII was suffering from malaria. The area is full of mosquitoes. She was not having mosquito net. Her friend Geeta has an extra net. She gave it to Sita. Also she took Gita to a Doctor, got her medicines. After a week Sita became normal

(a) Comment upon the qualities of Sita.

(b) The mosquito net over a 7 m X 4mbed is 3m high. The net has a hole at one corner of the bed through which a mosquito enters the net. It flies and sits at the diagonally opposite upper corner of the net(i) Find the magnitude of the displacement of the mosquito (ii)Taking the hole as the origin, the length of the bed as the X-axis, its width as the Y-axis and vertically up as the Z-axis, with the components of the displacement vector.

Ans: (a) Sita has a caring attitude, and concern for others.

(b)(i)√ 74m i.e.,{ (√72+42+32) } (ii)The components of the vector are 7m,4m,

3. Krishna went for sight seeing to a nearby river along with his physics teacher. He noticed that the wind was blowing from the side and the sailboat still continued to move forward. He was surprised. He asked his physics teacher the explanation of this situation. The teacher having noticed his interest explained the concept through a small example. The physics of sailing is very interesting in that sailboats do not need the wind to push from behind in order to move. The wind can blow from the side and the sailboat can still move forward. The answer lies in the well-known principle of aerodynamic lift. Imagine you are a passenger in a car as it's moving along, and you place your right hand out the window. If you tilt your hand in the clockwise sense your hand will be pushed backwards and up. This is due to the force of the air which has a sideways component and upwards component (therefore your hand is pushed backwards and up).

(a) What values could you find in Krishna?

(b) Also explain what Magnus effect is.

 Ans: (a) Krishna is very interested in learning the subject; also he is interested in knowing how science helps in understanding the day to day experiences, observant, has courage to ask questions.


4. Having found his mother suffering from fever Venkat took her to the doctor for treatment. While checking the status, the doctor used a thermometer to know the temperature of the body. He kept the thermometer in the mouth of the patient and noted the reading as 102◦

 F. Doctor gave the necessary medicines.

After coming home, Venkat asked his mother, who is a science teacher , why mercury is used in a thermometer when there are so many liquids. Then his mother explained the reason.

 (a) Comment upon the values of the mother.

 (b)A newly designed thermometer has its lower fixed point and upper fixed point marked at 5◦and 95◦ respectively. Compute the temperature on this scale corresponding to 50◦C

Ans: (a) Mother has interest in educating her son and explained that Mercury has got the following properties for being used in thermometers

 (i) The expansion of Mercury is fairly regular and uniform.

(ii) It is opaque and shining, hence can be easily seen through the glass tube.

(iii) Mercury is a good conductor of heat ad has low thermal capacity,

(iv) Mercury does not wet the sides of the glass tube in which it is filled.

(b) Let Ө be the temperature on the scale corresponding to 50◦C, then

( Ө -5)/(95-5) =(C- 0)/(100-0) =C/100 or Ө = 50◦

Thus, the required temperature on the scale of the designed thermometer is 50◦.

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