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11th class physics :kinematics in one Dimension + calculus @ vireshRatings: (0)|Views: 60|Likes: 0

Published by Viresh Singh

usefull for 11th moving students & JEE + NEET aspirants

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For 11

th

moving students : 1 D + Calculus based problems / 18 April-13

1- The particles P and Q, are situated at

same

position at time t =0.Both moves on the same line and their velocity-timegraphs are shown in the fig.(i) At time t =5, what is separation between the two particles? (ii) At what time t the two particles meet again ? 2- The velocity-time graph for a particle moving onstraight line is given:(i) displacement in the time interval t = 2 to t = 6 s

will be ……………

(ii) if at time t =0, the particle is at point A and when thevelocity is 10 ms

-1

the particle is at point B, then AB =…….

(iii) the displacements of the particle in 9

th

second and 10

th

second of motion will be in ratio …………

(iv) which of the following graph correctly show the plot between velocity and the displacement ?

(a) (b) (c)3- A particle starting from rest, accelerates at rate

α

for certain time and then undergoes retardation at rate

β

till it stops. Total time of motion is T. The average velocity during the motion of time duration T ,will be(a) {

α+ β}

T /2

(b)

√{α β}

T (c) 0.5

α β

T/{

α+ β}

(d)

α β

T/{

α+ β}

3--

Acceleration of a particle ( initially at rest) having one dimensional motion , is changing with timeaccording to the graph shown in the fig : Mark

true / false

against followingstatements :(i) the velocity starts decreasing after the time t = 10 s(ii) the velocity never decreases till time t =25 s(iii) the velocity at t= 25 s is zero(iv) the velocity at time t = 10 s is 4 m/s.(v) the direction of motion is changed at time t =10 s.

4

- An object is released with negligible velocity highest point A of a tower at time t =0. At the instants t = t

1

and t =t

2

, the object is at the positions B and C respectively.Mark

true / false

against following statements :(i) AB = g t

12

/ 2 (ii) BC = g (t

2

–

t

1

)

2

/2(iii) AC = g t

22

/ 2 (iv) If t

2

= 2 t

1

, then AB : BC : :

1 : 3

5

- A ball is released from a tower of height H with negligiblevelocity . The ball reaches to the ground after time interval T.In the last

t time interval if the ball falls by distance d i.e.

t time before reaching at the ground, the ball is at height d from the ground, then which relation is

not correct

? (a) g (

t)

2

/2 = d (b) g ( T -

t )

2

= H

–

d (c) g T

2

/ 2 = H

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