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S.NoUnitChapterTopicPradeep KshetrapalGyaniSunaina's Score in each topicVemanth's score in each topicPriyanath's Score in each topicPavana Krishna's score in each topicHow the score is arrived: If sunaina was tested on a topic, say, Coulomb's Law, and she got 2 questions correct and 3 questions wrong from that topic, then her score will be +2-3 = -1. Suppose after few days, I again test her on the same topic with 5 questions, and this time, she gets 4 correct and 1 wrong, then her new updated score will be -1+4-1 = +2. Thus a large negative number score in a topic indicates that she is very weak in that topic and keeps getting it wrong in that topic. A large positive score in a topic indicates that she is very strong in that topic. Blank cell indicates that the topic has not been tested yet.
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11. Electrostatics1. Coulomb's Law TheoryIntroduction to Electrostatics1
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2Coulomb's Law1
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3Superposition principle to find force on a particle due to multiple charges1
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4Numerical Examples1 to 151
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51 mark questions - 1 to 301
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62 mark questions - 1 to 121
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7Numericals1 to 181
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8Objective Questions1 to 141
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92. Electric Field - Electric dipoleElectric field - due to point charge and group of point charges1
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10Electric field due to charged ring1
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11Electric lines of force1
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12Electric field due to an electric dipole1
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13Torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field1
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14Numerical Examples1 to 141
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151 mark questions - 1 to 151
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162 mark questions - 1 to 181
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17Numericals1 to 221
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18Objective Questions1 to 191
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193. Gauss' TheoremConcept of electric flux1
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20Gauss Law1
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21Deduction of Coulomb's law from Gauss' law1
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22Electric field due to infinite line of charge by Gauss law1
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23Electric field due to infinite plane sheet of charge by Gauss Law1
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24Electric field due to TWO infinite parallel sheets of charge by Gauss Law1
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25Electric field due to uniformly charged thin spherical shell1
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26Numerical Examples1 to 91
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271 mark questions1 to 81
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282 mark questions1 to 121
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29Numericals1 to 101
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30Linked Comprehension Type1
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31Integer Type1
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32Objective Questions1 to 221
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334. Electric PotentialMeaning of Electric potential1
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34Potential difference and potential due to a point charge1
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35Potential due to a group of point-charges1
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36Potential at a point on the axis of the dipole1
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37Potential at a point on the equatorial line of the dipole1
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38Potential at any point P distant r from the centre of the dipole1
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39Electric field as negative of gradient of electric potential1
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40Electron Volt1
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41Electric potential energy of a system of two point charges1
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42Electric potential energy of a system of more than 2 charges1
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43Electric potential energy of an electric dipole in an electric field1
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44Electric potential due to a spherically symmetric distribution of charge1
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45Van de graaf generator1Surya observing spark in Van de Graaf generator
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46Numerical Examples - 1 to 341
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471 mark questions1 to 221
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482 mark questions1 to 241
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49Numericals1 to 481
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50Objective Questions1 to 411
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515. Capacitors and DielectricsConcept of capacitance1
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52Capacitance of an isolated spherical conductor1
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53Potential Energy of a charged conductor1
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54Redistribution of charges - common potential1
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55Parallel plate air capacitor and its capacitance1
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56Combination of capacitors in Series1
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57Combination of capacitors in Parallel1
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58Energy stored in charged capacitor and in their series and parallel combinations1
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59Redistribution of charges and energy loss when capacitors are connected in parallel1
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60Force on the plates of a charged capacitor1
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61Dielectric constant1
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62Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor with a dielectric slab between plates1
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63Spherical capacitor and its capacitance1
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64Cylindrical capacitor and its capacitance1
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65Numerical Examples - 1 to 421
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661 mark questions - 1 to 281
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672 mark questions - 1 to 451
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683 or 4 mark questions - 1 to 511
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69Objective Questions - 1 to 431
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702. Current Electricity6. Steady CurrentsSimple Voltaic Cell (Primary Cell)1
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71Daniel Cell (Primary Cell)1
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72Leclanche Cell (Primary Cell)1
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73Dry Cell (Primary Cell)1
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74Lead Acid Cell (Secondary Cell)1
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75Edison's Alkali Cell or Ni-Fe Cell (Secondary Cell)1
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761 mark questions - 1 to 81
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772 mark questions - 1 to 101
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78Objective Questions - 1 to 61
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797. Electric Resistance and Ohm's LawElectric Current is a scalar quantity1
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80Relation between electric current and drift velocity of free electrons1
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relation between drift velocity and electric field1
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81Derivation of Ohm's Law on the basis of Free-electron model or drift velocity1
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82Specific resistance or resistivity1
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83Effect of temperature on resistance and resistivity - limitations of Ohm's law1
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84Electric power1
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85Colour code of resistors1
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86Numerical Examples - 1 to 371
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871 mark questions - 1 to 401
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882 mark questions - 1 to 501
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89Numericals – 1 to 531
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90Objective Questions - 1 to 281
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918. DC Circuits and Measurementsemf, internal resistance and terminal voltage of a cell1
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92Kirchoff's first law1
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93Kirchoff's second law11
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Kirchoff's second law1
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Kirchoff's law application1
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94Effective resistance in series1
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95Effective resistance in parallel1
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96Total current due to n identical cells in series1
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