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Online Quiz on Work Power Kinematics_ and Laws of Motion

# Online Quiz on Work Power Kinematics_ and Laws of Motion

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Online quiz on work power energy , kinematics and laws of motion
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06/05/2014

Online

Quiz

on

Work

Power

Energy,

Laws

of

Motion

and

Kinematics

Level:

Tough

Marks:

30

Each

question

:

(+3,
1)

Time

allotted:

45

minutes

By

Ambarish

Srivastava

Q1.

Two

cars

start

off

to

race

with

initial

velocities

4

m/s

and

2

m/s

and

travel

in

straight

line

with

uniform

accelerations

1

m/s
2

and

2

m/s
2

respectively.

If

they

reach

the

final

point

at

the

same

instant,

then

the

length

of

the

path

is

:

(A)

30m

(B)

32m

(C)

20m

(D)

24m

Q2

The

trajectory

of

a

projectile

in

a

vertical

plane

is

y

=

ax

–

bx
2
,

where

a

and

b

are

constants

and

x

and

y

are

respectively

horizontal

and

vertical

distance

of

the

projectile

from

the

point

of

projection.

The

maximum

height

attained

by

the

particle

and

the

angle

of

projection

from

the

horizontal

are

(A)

21
b,tan b2a

(B)

21
a,tan 2ab

(C)

21
a,tan a4b

(D)

21
2a,tan ab

Q3.

A

glass

wind

screen

whose

inclination

with

the

vertical

can

be

changed

in

mounted

on

a

car.

The

car

moves

horizontally

with

a

speed

of

2

m/s.

At

what

angle

with

the

vertical

should

the

wind

screen

be

placed

so

that

the

rain

drops

so

that

the

rain

drops

falling

vertically

downwards

with

velocity

6

m/s

strike

the

wind

screen

perpendicularly.

(A)

tan
–1
(1/3)

(B)

tan
–1
(3)

(C)

cos
–1
(3)

(D)

sin
–1
(1/3)

Q4.

In

a

car

race

car

A

takes

t
0

time

less

to

finish

than

car

B

and

passes

the

finishing

point

with

a

velocity

v
0

more

than

car

B.

The

cars

start

from

rest

and

travel

with

constant

accelerations

a
1

and

a
2
.

Then

the

ratio
00
vt
is

equal

to

:

(A)

212
aa

(B)

1 2
a a2

(C)

1 2
a a

(D)

221
aa

Q5.

If

the

system

in

the

figure

is

released

from

rest

in

the

configuration

shown,

find

the

velocity

of

the

block

after

it

has

fallen

through

a

distance

10

metres,

given

mass

of

P

=

mass

of

=

10

kg

(A)

8

m/sec

(B)

8.85

m/sec

(C)

9.5

m/sec

(D)

10

m/sec

AQP

Q6.

If

the

surface

is

smooth,

the

acceleration

of

the

block

m
2

will

be

(A)

21 2
4
m gm m

(B)

21 2
24
m gm m

(C)

11 2
24
m gm m

(D)

11 2
2
m gm m

m
2
m
1

Q7

A

40kg

slab

rests

on

a

frictionless

floor.

A

10

kg

block

rests

on

the

top

of

the

slab.

The

coefficient

of

friction

is

0.4.

The

10

kg

block

is

acted

upon

by

a

horizontal

force

100N.

If

g

=

9.8m/s
2

the

resulting

acceleration

of

the

slab

will

be:

(A)

0.98

m/s
2

(B)

1.97

m/s
2

(C)

1.52

m/s
2

(D)

6.1

m/s
2

40kg10kg100 N
Q8.

A

simple

pendulum

of

mass

0.5

kg,

during

its

swing

in

the

vertical

plane,

is

observed

to

have

an

angular

velocity

of

2

in

the

position

shown.

The

instantaneous

tension

in

the

string

is

(g

=

10

m/s
2
)

(A)

2.5

N

(B)

4

N

(C)

4.5

N

(D)

5

N

60
0
1 m