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7.

A particle is projected upwards with a velocity of 40ms 1 . The ratio of displacement and
distance covered by the particle in 6 seconds is (g=10ms-2 )
1) 3 : 5

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2) 4 : 5

3) 1 : 4

4) 3 : 1

A body is projected vertically upwards from the top of a tower. Its velocity at a height h above
the tower is half to that at its velocity when is at a depth h below the top of the tower. The
maximum height that it can reach above the tower is

7h
3
From the top of a tower a body is projected vertically upwards with a velocity 19.6ms 1 and it
reaches the ground at t1 seconds. Another body is projected vertically downwards with a
1) h

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2)

4h
3

3)

5h
3

4)

velocity of 19.6ms 1 and reaches the ground t 2 seconds. The difference in the time t1 t 2 is
1) 1 sec
2) 2 sec
3) 4 sec
4) 8 sec
10. A body is projected up with a velocity U. It reaches P, Q, R in its path with velocities
Then PQ : QR is.
1) 1 : 1
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2) 20 : 7

3) 7 : 20

u u u
, , .
2 3 4

4) 1 : 2

A body is projected vertically up with a velocity 20ms1. After 1s, if the acceleration due to
gravity ceases to act, then the body
1) floats in the air

2) continues to move up with constant velocity

3) rises up with acceleration 4) reaches a certain height and then falls


12. A body a projected up with some velocity has a velocity x at a height y above the ground. When
its velocity becomes zero, its height from the ground is
1) x + 2y

2)

x 2 2y
g

3)

x2
y
2g

4)

2x 2
y
g

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