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New Sample Papers in Physics for Class XII and Science for X

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NEW:CBSE 12TH PAPER AND MARKING SCHEME 1

NEW:CBSE 12TH PAPER AND MARKING SCHEME 2

NEW:CBSE 12TH PAPER AND MARKING SCHEME 3

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Class x paper 2

 

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Class x paper1

 

CBSE Proficieny Test Previous question papers in Science and Maths

Proficiency Test 2012 Question Paper

Please download the question papers of proficiency test in science and maths conducted by CBSE at the links below.

 

Science proficiency test 2012 question paper

 

Maths Proficiency test 2012 question paper

 

Central Board of Secondary Education

 

More questions waiting for answers:

The following questions are waiting for an answer. You can contribute your answers by the time our team answer them.

  • When a piece of paper is held with its face perpendicular to a uniform electric field the flux through it is 25.0 N·m2/C. When the paper is turned 25.0o with respect to the field the flux through it is?
  • A cylinder rests on a horizontial rotating  disc, find at what angular velocity the axes of the disc and cylinder is R and the coefficient of friction U>D/H, where D is the diameter of the cylinder and H is its height.
  • Can static friction do non zero work on an object?if yes give example . if no give reason
  • How angular momentum is different from linear momentum?

 

Download Sample Papers for Class X and XII

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