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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

8.

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

9.

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

11.

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

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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