HC Verma Solutions For Class 12 Physics

HC Verma Solutions part 2 is one of the most popular and sought after study material for the various board as well as competitive exams like JEE amongst others. The HC Verma book is one the most extensively used reference tool by students as well as engineering aspirants who are gearing up to appear for various exams. The main feature of this book is that it contains miscellaneous questions with different degree of difficulty. The solutions are therefore provided especially for students who are studying and solving the questions from this book. These solutions will help in constructive preparation and learning.

The HC Verma Solutions Part 2 is mostly based on the class 12 CBSE syllabus and features chapters like Laws of Thermodynamics, Heat and Temperature, Gauss Law, Electric Field and Potential, Capacitors and several other topics. The HC Verma part 2 PDF can be accessed from this page and students can also download it for future reference. Students can also check out part 1 solutions for HC Verma by following the given link.

HC Verma Part 2 Chapter-wise Solutions For Physics

Here you can find concepts and solutions of Physics part 2 of all 25 chapters. Click on the links to access the chapter- wise solutions.

All in all, by practising the questions and studying the solutions students will be able to stay ahead in the competition and perform well in their exams. With these resources, they will be well equipped with greater knowledge about the subject and also have better problem-solving skills.

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Practise This Question

You are in outer space at point A and you are “falling” towards Jupiter. But lucky for you, you’re “falling” at a speed of ‘v’ which is higher than the escape velocity of Jupiter’s gravitational field at a distance ‘R’ as shown in the figure. Your prayers to the Old Gods and the New seem to be working because luck is on your side once again. You don’t fall directly onto the planet but go around it and away from it because of your escape velocity. When you reach point B, what is your speed(v’) ? (Assume the only force that acted on you is Jupiter’s gravitational pull. Also assume Jupiter is stationary.)