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DPP 11

1.

2.

to a support is connected by a thread which passes

over a pulley and other end of thread is connected

with the block of mass 10kg. A horizontal force of

50 3 N is applied on the rod. The system is in

equilibrium. The value of is

(a) 300

(b) 600

(c) 900

(d) 00

m

50 3 N

At a certain instant when the rod is

inclined at 60 to the horizontal, the

point A is moving horizontally at 3 m/s,

while B is moving in the vertical

direction. The velocity of B is

(a)

1

3

m/s

(b) 2 3 m/s

vB

B

A

(c)

3 m/s

60

vA

(d)

3.

2 kg are placed against a vertical wall as shown in figure. The coefficient of friction between blocks and horizontal surface is 0.4. A

horizontal force of 20 N is applied on block A. Then, the frictional

force between block B and floor is (g = 10m/s2)

(a) 4 N

(b) 5 N

(c) 16 N

(d) 20 N

4.

In the above problem, the contact force between block B and the wall is

(a) 20 N

(b) 0 N

(c) 4 N

(d) 10 N

5.

3

m/s

2

friction acting on the block is

(a) i

(b) 1.8 i

(c) 2.4 i

(d) 3 i

6.

A car begins to move at time t = 0 and then accelerates along a straight track with a velocity

given by V(t) = 2t2 ms1 for 0 < t < 2, where t is time in second. After the end of

acceleration, the car continues to move at a constant speed. A small block initially at rest on

the floor of the car begins to slip at t = 1 s and stops slipping at t = 3 s. The coefficient of

static and kinetic friction between the block and the floor are s and k respectively. Find

3 s

the value of

.

k

7.

between them is 0.1. A horizontal force of 15 N is applied to

the slab at t = 0. Calculate the distance (in cm) moved by slab

when the block has moved a distance of 0.5 m on the slab.

8.

Two particles 1 and 2 are projected upwards from a point at the same instant with velocities

of 5 m/sec and 10 m/sec respectively. Their angles of projection with vertical are 37 and

53 respectively and horizontal components of their velocities are in same direction. Find

the time interval (in ms) between the moments when they pass through the other common

point of their paths.

DPP 12

1.

lifted vertically with a constant acceleration of 2.5

m/s2 as shown in the figure. The force of interaction

between the top link and the link just below it will be

(a) 6.15 N

(b) 4.92 N

(c) 3.69 N

(d) 2.046 N

2.

coefficient of friction at all surfaces is 0.25. The

acceleration of B when external force is 4 mg will be

g

3g

g

(a)

(b)

(c)

20

10

20

3.

(d) zero

(b) 0.2

(c) 0.04

(d) 0.4

A system of masses is shown in the figure with masses & coefficients of friction indicated. The maximum value of F for

which there is no slipping anywhere is

(a) 56.25 N

(b) 90 N

(c) 112.5 N

(d) 150 N

5.

(a) 56.25 N

(b) 90 N

(c) 112.5 N

(d) 150 N

6.

Hemisphere is moving right with a uniform velocity v2

and the end of rod which is in contact with ground is

moving left with a velocity v1. Find the rate (in rad/s)

at which the angle is decreasing at the moment when

= 45. (Take R = 2 m, v1 v 2 4 m/s )

7.

block starts sliding over a horizontal plane. The graph shows

the velocity-time graph of the motion. The co-efficient of

friction between the plane and the block is

(a) 0.02

4.

1

2

3

4

5

v1

wooden plank resting on a frictionless surface. The mass of

the plank is 10 kg, its length is 300 m and the coefficient of

friction between the man and the plank is 0.2. Find the

shortest time (in s) in which the man can reach the other end

of the plank starting from rest and stopping at the other end.

v2

8.

shown. The lower member A can be pushed forward in its

horizontal channel. The sides of the channels are smooth, but

at the interfaces of A and B, which are at 45 with the

horizontal, there exists a static coefficient of friction = 0.4.

What is the minimum force F (in N) that must be applied

horizontally to A to start motion of the latch B if it has a mass

m = 0.6 kg ?

DPP 13

1.

arranged on smooth inclined surfaces as shown in figure.

The least value of that prevents the arrangement from

collapse is

1

(a) tan 1

2

2.

(b) tan 1

3

1

(c) tan 1

3 3

along a straight horizontal road. A pedestrian starts to cross

the road with a uniform speed v when the truck is 4 m away

from him. The minimum value of v so that he can cross the

road safely is

(a) 2.62 m/s

(b) 4.6 m/s

(c) 3.57 m/s

1

(d) tan 1

4 3

2m

Truck

v0

man

4m

3.

A particle is projected with a speed of 100 m/s at angle = 60 with the horizontal at time t

= 0. At time t the velocity vector of the particle becomes perpendicular to the direction of

velocity of projection. Its tangential acceleration at time t is

(a) 10 m/s2

(b) 5 3 m/s2

(c) 5 m/s2

(d) zero

4.

2

(a) 3 km

(b)

km

(c) 2 km

3 3

5.

6.

7.

(d)

2 km

10

N is applied horizontally as shown in the

3

figure. The frictional force acting on the block

is

10

20

(a) zero

(b)

N

(c)

N

(d) 5 N

3

3

A student is standing on a train travelling along a straight horizontal track at a speed of 10

m/s. The student throws a ball into the air along a path, that makes an initial angle of 60

with the horizontal along the track as observed by the student. The professor standing on the

ground observes the ball to rise vertically. What will be the maximum height (in m) reached

by the ball.

A particle of mass 2.5 kg is moving in gravity free space with velocity of 3i m/s. At t = 0, a

force of magnitude 67.5 N starts acting on the particle such that it is always perpendicular to

its instantaneous velocity. Find the minimum time (in ms) after which the particle has the

same velocity as the initial. ( = 3.14)

8.

force acting always towards fixed point O on the

d 2

d

and at the moment

2

dt

dt

2

when = 45.

DPP 14

1.

2.

A cat wants to catch a rat. The cat follows the path whose equation is x y 0 . But rat

follows the path whose equation is x 2 y 2 4 . The co-ordinates of possible points of

catching the rat are

(a) ( 2 ,

2)

(b) ( 2 ,

(c) ( 2 ,

3)

(d) (0, 0)

2)

A

v

is pulled up with constant velocity v. The velocity of block

B is

(a) v/2

(b) v

(c) v/3

(d) 3v

B

3.

A particle is projected with a velocity u, at an angle , with the horizontal. Time at which

its vertical component of velocity becomes half of its net speed at the highest point will be

u

u

(a)

(b)

sin cos

2g

2g

(c)

4.

u

2 cos sin

2g

(d)

u

2 sin cos

2g

1 m varies with time t (initial velocity of particle is zero) as

shown in figure. Time after which total acceleration of particle

makes an angle of 30 with radial acceleration is

(a) 4 sec

(b)

4

sec

3

(c) 2 3 sec

(d)

2 sec

5.

A man is standing on a rough (= 0.5) horizontal disc rotating with constant angular

velocity of 5 rad/sec. Distance from centre at which he should stand so that he does not slip

on the disc is

(a) R 0.2m

(b) R 0.2 m

(c) R 0.5 m

(d) R 0.3 m

6.

velocity V as shown. Another particle B is moving in a circle of

radius 1 m with same speed V. At the moment when A is

diametrically opposite to B, find the radius of curvature (in m)

of B as seen by A at this moment.

7.

Km

under the action of a force F = 2 directed (r = position of bead from P &

r

R

K = constant) towards a point P with in the circle at a distance

from the

2

centre. What should be the minimum velocity (in m/s) of bead at the point

of the wire nearest the centre of force (P) so that bead will complete the

k

circle (Take

8 unit)

3R

8.

A ball is attached to an end of a light inextensible string, the other end of which is fixed at

the origin. The ball moves in vertical x-y plane where x is along horizontal and y along

vertical. At the top of its trajectory, when string is straight its velocity is 5i m/s. What

will be the angular velocity (in rad/s) when ball is at the bottom of the trajectory.

[length of string = 0.5 m]

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