Physics Practical Class 11

The Central Board of Secondary Education provides a well-structured syllabus for the practical examination. The physics practical consists of various interesting experiments which are also essential for their 12th standard practical exam. So students must perform their physics practical exams properly to perform better in the final exam. The Physics Practical Class 11 is given here to help students prepare for their exam.

The physics practical exam for class 11 carries a total of 30 marks. Along with the projects and experiments, students must also prepare for the viva questions on the experiment which carries 5 marks. Students should practice graphs and diagrams as they are essential parts of the exam.

EXPERIMENT-1

AIM:

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DESCRIPTION OF THE MEASURING DEVICE:

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PRINCIPLE:

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PROCEDURE:

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OBSERVATIONS:

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CALCULATION:

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RESULT:

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PRECAUTIONS:

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SOURCES OF ERROR:

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EXPERIMENT 2

AIM:

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APPARATUS AND MATERIAL REQUIRED:

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DESCRIPTION OF APPARATUS:

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PRINCIPLE:

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PROCEDURE:

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OBSERVATIONS AND CALCULATION:

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RESULT:

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PRECAUTIONS:

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PROCEDURE:

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OBSERVATIONS AND CALCULATION:

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RESULT:

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PROCEDURE:

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OBSERVATIONS AND CALCULATION:

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RESULT:

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Practise This Question

A car moving at a speed of 30 kilo meters per hour is brought to a halt in 8 metres by applying brakes. If the same car is moving at 60 km. per hour, it can be brought to a halt with same breaking power in