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Nothing in JEE will beyond this model questions in Newtons Laws of motion & fr iction

Note:

1) Spring force:

x k F x is displacement of the free end from its natural length or deformation of the spring

where K=spring constant.

2) Spring Property: l K = constant

= Natural length of spring.

3) If spring is cut into two ratio m:n then spring constant is given by

n m

n

n m

m

+

l

l

l

l

2 1

;

2 2 1 1

l l l k k k

For series combination of springs ........

1 1 1

2 1

+ +

k k k

eq

For parallel combination of spring

3 2 1

k k k k

eq

+ + .

4) Spring Balance: It does not measure the weight. It measures the force exerted by the object at the hook.

5) String Constraint: When two objects are connected through a string and if the string have the following

properties.

a) The length of the string remains constant i.e. inextensible string.

b) Always remains tight, does not slacks.

Then the parameters of the motion of the objects along the length of the string and in the direction of extension

have definite relation between them.

6) Wedge Constraint: Conditions:

i) There is a regular contact between two objects

ii) Objects are rigid.

The relative velocity perpendicular to the contact plane of the two rigid objects is always zero if there is a

regular contact between the objects. Wedge constraint is applied for each contact.

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In other words,

Components of velocity along perpendicular direction to the contact plane of the two objects is always equal if

there is no deformations and they remain in contact.

7) Newtons Law for a System:

.......... 3

3

2

2

1

1

+ + +

a m a m a m Fext

3 2 1

, , m m m are the masses of the objects of the system and

3 2 1 , ,

a a a are the acceleration of the objects respectively

8) Newtons Law for non inertial frame:

+ a m F F Pseudo al Re

Net sum of real and pseudo force is taken in the resultant force.

Frame Pseudo a m F

Pseudo force is always directed opposite to the direction of the acceleration of the frame.

Pseudo force is an imaginary force and there is no action-reaction for it. So it has nothing to do with Newtons

Third Law

Reference Frame:

A frame of reference is basically a coordinate system in which motion of object is analyzed. There are two

types of reference frames.

a) Inertial reference frame: Frame of reference moving with constant velocity.

b) Non-inertial reference frame: A frame of reference moving with non-zero acceleration.

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9) Tension in a Spring: Attached between masses remains unchanged during infinitely small time interval because

it requires the displacement of the masses to change the tension and which requires a finite time interval. When

one end of the spring is made free then the tension becomes zero in infinitely small interval.

Multiple choice questions (only one is correct)

1. A body of specific gravity 6, weighs 0.9kg when placed in one pan (say pan A) and 1.6kg when placed on the

other pan (pan B) of a false balance. The beam is horizontal when both the pans are empty. Now if the body is

suspended from pan A and fully immersed in water, it will weigh

a) 0.5kg b) 0.6kg c) 0.75kg d) 0.8kg

2. The pulley has mass M >m. String is massless. The above system is released from rest from the position

shown. Then

a) Body (1) will slowly come down, till equilibrium is attained at level AA shown.

b) The system will perform oscillations with equilibrium position at level AA and amplitude

0.5m

c) The response of the system depends on whether pulley-string interface has friction or not.

d) The system will continue to be in the same initial position.

3. In the position shown above Let T

1

be the tension in the left part of the string, T

2

= Tension in the right part, N

= Normal reaction on block (2) by the resting surface. Then

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a) T

1

= T

2

= 0 and N = mg b) T

1

=mg, T

2

= 0, N =mg

c) T

1

= T

2

= mg and N = 0 d) T

1

= T

2

=

2

mg

and N=

2

mg

4. A body of mass m was slowly hauled up the hill and down the hill onto the other side by a force by a

F which

at each point was directed along a tangent to the trajectory. The work performed by this force, if the coefficient

of friction is

1

uphill and

2

downhill, is

a) mg ( )

2 2 1 1

l l + b) mg ( )

2 2 1 1

2 l l + + h

c) mg ( )

2 2 1 1

l l + + h d) mg ( )

2 2 1 1

l l

5. The bob of a pendulum is taken to position A and given an initial velocity u in the direction shown, in the

following cases.

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If the minimum value of u so that the pendulum reaches position OB in case (i) and position OC in case (ii) are

u

1

in case (i) & u

2

in case (ii), then ( )

2

1

2

10

ms g is

u

u

a) ( ) 2 3 + b) ( ) 3 2 + c) ( ) 3 2 d) ( ) 2 2 3

6. A conveyor belt carrying powdery material is at an angle 37

0

to the horizontal and moves at a constant speed of

1ms

-1

as shown. Through a small hole in the belt, the powdery material drops down at a constant rate of 1kg

per second. What is the force to be applied on the belt along the direction of its motion so as to maintain its

constant speed of 1ms

-1

?

a) -1 N b) Zero c) +1 N d) None of the above

7. Small body A on a hemispherical body B which is on a wedge C which is on a smooth horizontal surface.

System is released from rest from the position shown when cm cm

B

5 , 10 , 37

0

l l .

When

C

l , 53

0

is 4.5cm

B

l at that instant is (neglect friction)

a) 9 cm b) 10 cm c) 10.5 cm d) 11 cm

8. A pendulum consists of a mass m attached to the end of a light string 0.5m long. It can oscillate in the vertical

plane. If it is let go in the horizontal position and has an inelastic collision with the floor, e = 0.5, the rebound

velocity is (ms

-1

) (the angle turned is 6 / ) (g = 10ms

-2

)

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a)

2

5

b)

4

5

c)

4

35

d)

4

45

9. The track is in the vertical plane. The track is rough with friction coefficient . A particle at A is allowed to

slide down and goes upto B and returns. Heights of A and B are 0.2m and 0.1m respectively, as shown. The

maximum possible value of is

a)

4

1

b)

7

1

c)

6

1

d)

5

1

10. A particle is projected from a point on a horizontal floor. After it has three collisions with the floor, it is found

that the ratio of maximum height to minimum peaks reached by it is

,

_

36

12

2

10

. The coefficient of restitution is

a) .5 b) 0.64 c) 0.8 d) 0.9

11. The potential energy function along the positive x axis is given by ( )

x

b

ax x U + , a, b are constants. If it is

known that the system has only one stable equilibrium configuration, the possible values of a and b are

a) a = 1, b = 2 b) a = 1, b = -2 c) a = -1, b = 2 d) a = -1, b = -2

12. The acceleration of the 1kg block immediately after the string is cut is (g = 10ms

-2

).

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a) 4ms

-2

b) 4.1ms

-2

c) 16ms

-2

d) 40ms

-2

13. A circular pan with its side wall inclined inward at 53

0

as shown is rotating about its central vertical axis with a

constant angular velocity. A ball placed at the edge rotates along with it as shown. If the ball exerts a force of

22.5 N on the side wall and 23.5N on the bottom surface, the mass of the ball is

a) 1kg b) 2kg c) 3kg 4kg

14. Acceleration of 10kg block, when system released from rest, is

a) 0.5ms

-2

b) 1 ms

-2

c) 1.25 ms

-2

d) 1.66ms

-2

15. Case(A)

Case (B)

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The reaction force between the 5kg and 6kg block in case A and case B will be

a) equal and non zero b) unequal with case A being more

c) unequal with case B being more d) equal and zero

For Question No. 16 to 20:

Each question consider of two statements: one is Assertion (A) and the other is Reason(R). You are to examine

these two statements and select the answer using the code given below.

a) Both A and R individually correct, but R is the correct explanation of A

b) Both A and R individually correct, but R is the not correct explanation of A

c) A is true but R is false d) A is false but R is true

16. Assertion (A): If a block is released from rest, when reaches the bottom point of the wedge, its

speed is same irrespective whether the wedge is fixed or the wedge is fee to move.

Reason(R): Mechanical energy is conserved in both cases.

17. Assertion (A): A body is at rest on floor. You lift it vertically up and bring it to rest at a point h

above the ground. The work done by you is zero.

Reason(R): Any non-zero work done by a force on a body results in change in kinetic energy of

the body.

18. Assertion (A): The negative of the work done by the conservative internal forces on s system

equals to change in its potential energy.

Reason(R): Work energy theorem.

19. Assertion (A): In a tug of war that team wins which applies more tension force on string then

their opponents.

Reason(R): The winning team must be having stronger players.

20. Assertion (A): If a block starts moving at t = 0 with an acceleration a then its kinetic energy at

time t with respect to two non-inertial frames which have same acceleration in a

direction is not always same.

Reason(R): The work energy theorem W K is not for non-inertial frame.

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Match the following Questions 21 to 25

21. Two columns are given in each question. Match the elements of Column-I with Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

i) Friction force p) Contact force

ii) Normal reaction q) Electromagnetic force

iii) Tension in a string r) Gravitational force

iv) Force between two charges of mass m s) Nuclear force

a) (i-p,q), (ii-p,q), (iii-q,s), (iv-q,r) b) (i-p,q), (ii-p,q), (iii-q), (iv-q,r)

c) (i-p,q), (ii-p), (iii-q,s), (iv-q) d) (i-q), (ii-p), (iii-q,s), (iv-p,q,r)

22. In Column-I there are some motions of a body and Column-II contains the list of concepts that can be used for

the analysis of these motions

Column-I Column-II

i) A body moving in a vertical circle p) Conservation of energy

ii) A body moving in a horizontal circle q) Conservation of momentum

iii) A body dropped from a height on a block attached

to the top of a vertical spring r) Centripetal force

iv) Rocket propulsion s) Centrifugal force

a) (i-p,q,r), (ii-q,r,s), (iii-p,q,s), (iv-p) b) (i-p,s), (ii-p,r), (iii-q), (iv-p,q,r)

c) (i-p,r), (ii-q,s), (iii-p), (iv-p,q) d) (i-p,r,s), (ii-r,s), (iii-p,q), (iv-q)

23. When two bodies collide they come in contact at t = t

1

and loses contact at t = t

2

. This (t

2

-t

1

) is a very small

time interval. Consider this small time interval and match the following.

i) Elastic collision p) Kinetic energy decreases and potential

energy increases and then potential

energy decreases and kinetic energy increases

ii) Inelastic collision q) Kinetic energy + potential energy is conserved

iii) Perfectly inelastic collision r) Momentum is conserved

iv)Oblique elastic collision s) Kinetic energy decreases and potential energy

increases and then situation remains same

a) (i-q,r), (ii-p,r), (iii-p,q,r), (iv-q,r) b) (i-p,r), (ii-q,r), (iii-q,r), (iv-p,r)

c) (i-p,q,r), (ii-p,q,r), (iii-q,r,s), (iv-p,q,r) d) (i-r,s), (ii-r,s), (iii-r,s), (iv-r,s)

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24. For each of the following four cases of Column-I match the range of force F in column B so that the block m is

not slipping on the surface with which it has contact.

For all cases m = 2kg; 2 . 0 Take g = 10m/s

2

Column-I Column-II

p) (48N, 80N)

q)

,

_

N N

11

500

,

19

500

r)

,

_

N N

11

380

,

19

220

s)

,

_

N N

17

380

,

23

220

a) (i-p), (ii-q), (iii-q,r), (iv-p,q,r,s) b) (i-p), (ii-q), (iii-r,s), (iv-q,r)

c) (i-q), (ii-p,s), (iii-q,s), (iv-r,s) d) (i-q,r), (ii-p,q), (iii-r), (iv-p,q,r)

25. A body is moving in a vertical circle of radius R, considering motion from top point of circle bottom most

point of circle, match the following.

Column-I Column-II

i) Tangential accelertaion p) Always increases

ii) Centripetal acceleration q) Always decreases

iii) Angular velocity r) First increases then decreases

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iv) Potential energy s) Variable depending on angle made with

vertical by string

t) Variable independent of the made angle with

vertical by string

a) (i-r,s), (ii-q,r), (iii-p,t), (iv-p,q) b) (i-q,s), (ii-r,s), (iii-p,r), (iv-q,r)

c) (i-p,s), (ii-q,r), (iii-q,s), (iv-p,r) d) (i-r,s), (ii-q,s), (iii-p,s), (iv-p,s)

Write the final answer to each question in this section in the column provided.

26. The block ABCDE of mass 5m has BC part spherical, of radius 1m, is on frictionless horizontal surface. BC is

quarter circle. A small mass m is released at B and slides down. How far away from D does it hit the floor? (g

= 10ms

-2

)

27. The kinetic energy of a particle of mass 1kg moving along a circle of radius 1m depends on time t as K = t

4

.

Find the force acting on the particle as function of t.

28. Spring is already in a compressed position with initial compression = 5cm. The 10kg block is allowed to fall.

Determine the maximum compression of the spring before the block rebounds. (g = 10ms

-2

).

29. A long plank of mass M = 8kg, length m 1 l rests on a horizontal surface. Coefficient of friction 2 . 0

1

.

A small block, mass m = 2kg rests on the right extreme and of M, on the rough top surface. At t = 0, a force F=

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25.5N is applied on M towards the right. (see figure). The block m does not slide on M. At t = 3s, force F is

increased to 31N. The block m falls off Ms surface at t =7s. Determine the coefficient of friction between m

and M.

30. A particle is released on the smooth inside wall of a cylindrical tank at A with a velocity u which makes an

angle with the horizontal tangent. When the particle reaches a point B, a distance h below A, determine the

angle (as an inverse function of cosine) made by its velocity with the horizontal tangent at B.

Passage-I (31 to 33):

Two blocks of masses 10kg and 5kg are placed on a rough horizontal floor as shoen in figure. The strings and

pulley are light and pulley is frectionless. The coefficient of friction between 10kg block and surface is 0.3

while that between 5kg block and surface is 0.2. A time varying horizontal force. P=5t Newton (t is in sec) in

applied on 5kg block as known. [Take g=10ms

-2

]

31. The motion of block starts at t = t

0

, then t

0

is

a) 14s b) 8s c) 9s d) 12s

32. The friction force between 10kg block and surface at

2

0

t

t is in between

a) zero and 10N b) 10N and 35N c) 12.5N and 17.5N d) 12.5N certain value

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33. The acceleration of 5kg block at t = 2t

0

is

a) 12 ms

-2

b)

2

5

14

ms c)

2

9

14

ms d) 2 ms

-2

Passage-II (34 to 36):

A block of mass 4kg is pressed against a rough wall by two perpendicular horizontal force F

1

and F

2

as shown

into figure, coefficient of static friction between the block and floor is 0.6 and that of kinetic friction is 0.5.

[Take g=10ms

-2

]

34. For F

1

= 300N and F

2

= 100N, find the direction and magnitude of friction force acting on the block.

a) 180N, vertically upwards b) 40N, vertically upwards

c) 107.7N, making an angle of

,

_

5

2

tan

1

with the horizontal in upward direction.

d) 91.6N, making an angle of

,

_

5

2

tan

1

with the horizontal in upward direction.

35. For F

1

=150N and F

2

=100N, find the direction and magnitude of friction force action on block.

a) 90N, making an angle of

,

_

5

2

tan

1

with the horizontal in upwards direction

b) 75N, making an angle of

,

_

5

2

tan

1

with the horizontal in upwards direction

c) 107.7N, making an angle of

,

_

5

2

tan

1

with the horizontal in upwards direction

d) Zero

36. For data of Question No.35, find the magnitude of acceleration of block.

a) Zero b) 22.5 ms

-2

c) 26.925 ms

-2

d) 8.175 ms

-2

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37. System shown in figure is in equilibrium and at rest. The spring and string are massless, now the string is cut.

The acceleration of mass 2m and m just after the string is cut will be

a)

2

g

upwards, g downwards b) g upwards,

2

g

downwards

c) g upwards, 2g downwards c) 2g upwards, g downwards

38. For the situation shown in the figure, the block is stationary wrt incline fixed in an elevator. The elevator is

having an acceleration of

0

5 a whose components are shown in the figure. The surface is rough and

coefficient of static friction between the incline and block is

S

. Determine the magnitude of force exerted by

incline on the block. [Take 6 . 0 , 37

2

0

0

S

and

g

a ]

a)

10

mg

b)

25

9 mg

c) 41

25

3

mg

d)

2

13 mg

39. For the situation shown in the figure, mass of block A in equilibrium is [Assume all the pulley as light and

frictionless and string as inextensible and light]

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a) kg

sin

2

b) 1 kg c) 18 kg d) kg sin

5

54

40. If coefficient of friction between all surfaces (for the shown diagram) is 0.4, then find the minimum force F to

have equilibrium of the system. [Take g = 10 m/s

2

]

a) 62.5N b) 150 N c) 135 N d) 50 N

41. If the acceleration of wedge in the shown arrangement is a m/s

2

towards left, then at this instant acceleration of

the block (magnitude only) would be

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a)

2

/ 4 s m a b)

2

/ cos 8 17 s m a c)

2

/ 17 s m a d)

2

/

2

cos 17 s m a

42. Seven pulleys are connected with the help of 3 light strings as shown in the figure below. Consider P

3

, P

4

, P

5

as

light pulleys and pulleys P

6

and P

7

have masses m each. For this arrangement mark the correct statement(s)

a) Tension in the string connecting P

1

, P

3

and P

4

is zero.

b) Tension in the string connecting P

1

, P

3

and P

4

is

3

mg

.

c) Tension in all the 3 strings are same and equal to zero.

d) Acceleration of P

6

is g downward and that of P

7

is g upward

Passage (43 to 45):

A system of two blocks is placed on a rough horizontal surface as shown in the figure below. The coefficient of

static and kinetic friction at two surfaces are shown. A force F is horizontally applied on the upper block as

shown. Let f

1

, f

2

represent the frictional forces between upper and lower surfaces of contact, respectively and

a

1

, a

2

represent the acceleration of 3kg and 2kg block, respectively.

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43. If F is gradually increasing force then which of the following statement(s) would be true?

a) For a particular value of F(<F

0

) there is no motion at any of the contact surface.

b) The value of F

0

is 10N.

c) As F increases beyond F

0

, f

1

increases and continues to increases until it acquires its limiting

value

d) All of the above

44. For F=12N, mark the correct option.

a) f

1

=7.8N, f

2

=7.8N, a

1

=1.4 m/s

2

, a

2

=0 m/s

2

b) f

1

=7.8N, f

2

=10N, a

1

= a

2

=1.4 m/s

2

c) f

1

=7.8N, f

2

=5N, a

1

= a

2

=1.4 m/s

2

d) f

1

=7.4N, f

2

=5N, a

1

= a

2

=1.2 m/s

2

45. For relative motion to be there between two blocks, the minimum value of F should be

a) 15 N b) 30 N c) 25 N d) 32 N

Match the following Type:

For the situation shown in the figure below, match the entries of Column-I with the entries of Column-II.

46. Column-I Column-II

A) If F=12N, then P) Relative motion between A and B is there

B) If F=15N, then Q) Relative motion between B and C is there

C) If F=25N, then R) Relative motion between C and the ground is there

D) If F=40N, then S) Relative motion is not there at any of the surface

47. For the given situation, how can we relate the velocity of A and B for given value of y?

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48. If the system shown in the adjacent figure is released from rest and m moves down with velocity v

0

and

velocity of M towards the wall is

cos

0

v

, then can we write the acceleration of M also in the same way, i.e.,

acceleration of

cos

0

a

M where a

0

is the acceleration of m?

49. In the system shown in the figure, M = 13.4kg, m

1

=1kg, m

2

=2kg and m

3

= 3.6kg. The coefficient of static

friction between m

1

and m

2

is 0.75 and that between m

2

and M is 0.6. All other surface are frictionless.

What minimum horizontal force F must be applied to M so that m

2

does not slip on M?

50. A solid cylinder of mass m=4kg and radus r=20cm is placed on a triangular wedge of mass M=1.12kg which in

turn is placed on smooth a horizontal floor as shown in the figure. If sufficient friction exists between cylinder

and wedge so that cylinder doesnt slip on the wedge, then determine.

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a) The acceleration of prism when the system is released.

b) Angular acceleration of cylinder about its own axis.

c) The force of friction existing between the cylinder and the prism.

51. A body of mass 1kg is kept on the floor of a moving truck at 3m from its rear end. The coefficient of static

friction between the floor and the body is 0.24 while that of kinetic friction is 0.18.

(a) Find the maximum acceleration a

max

the truck may have in the forward direction for which

the body does not slip on the floor?

(b) Suppose the truck is given an acceleration slightly greater than a

max

found in part (a) so that the body slips.

At the instant the body begins to slip, the driver of the truck reduces the acceleration at a constant rate C. What

must be value of C such that slipping stops just before the body falls down form the truck? [Take g =9.81 m/s

2

]

52. Two persons each of mass 40kg are standing on a plank A of mass 10kg which in turn is kept on another plank

B of mass 20kg and the entire system is on a smooth horizontal plane as shown in the figure. Now, the persons

start approaching each other with constant speeds of v

1

=10m/s and v

2

= 5 m/s [wrt plank A] as shown, as a

result of which B moves rightwards by 100m in 20s, then velocity of A is [wrt ground]

a) s m/

9

5

towards left b) s m/

3

10

towards right

c) s m/

9

5

towards right d) s m/

3

10

towards left

53. A 4kg block rests on top of a 8kg block which rests on a frictionless surface as shown. The coefficient of

friction between the two blocks is in such a way that to start relative motion between two blocks a minimum

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horizontal force of F = 30N is to be applied on the lower block. The minimum value of horizontal force F

required to be applied on the upper block so that there is a relative motion between the blocks, is

a) Zero b) 26 N c) 60 N d) 15 N

54. A non-uniform sphere of mass M is at rest on a rough horizontal surface. Now, a constant horizontal force

starts acting on it as shown. Some statements are given here with reference to the motion of sphere.

Statement-I: Friction force acting on the sphere could be zero.

Statement-II: Friction force acting on sphere could be towards right.

Statement-III: Friction force acting on sphere could be towards left.

Statement-IV: Sphere may perform a pure rolling motion.

Now, choose the correct option.

a) Only statement I and IV are correct

b) Only statement II and III are correct

c) All the statements are correct

d) Only statement I, II and III are correct

55. Statement-I: In the diagram shown all surfaces are frictionless. If the system is released form

rest, the block of mass M moves towards left.

Statement-II: Normal contact force between M

2

and M (acting on M in left direction) is greater

than the horizontal component of reaction force exerted by hinge on M (towards

right).

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56. In the arrangement shown, pulleys and strings are light and frictionless. If the system is released from rest, the

acceleration of m is

a) g /3 b) g c) g /4 d) 2g

57. A block of mass 2kg is pressed against a rough wall as shown in the figure.

The friction force between the wall and block is [Take g = 10 m/s

2

]

a) 60 N b) 50 N c) 30 N d) 20 N

58. The coefficient of static friction between the two blocks shown in the figure is and the table is smooth. The

maximum value of F so that both blocks move together, is

a) ( )g m M + b) mg c) Mg d)

( )

M

g m M m +

59. Two blocks of masses 3kg and 6 kg are connected with the help of a spring of spring constant k, as shown in

the figure shown. If at any instant acceleration of 3kg block is 1m/s

2

along right, then at this instant

acceleration of 6kg block would be [Neglect friction]

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a)

2

/ 1 s m to right b)

2

/ 1 s m to left c)

2

/

2

1

s m to right d)

2

/

2

1

s m to left

60. In the situation shown in the figure, the system is in equilibrium. All the strings, spring and pulley are light.

Just after cutting the string AB,

a) The tension in the string GH is 6g b) The tension in the string GH is zero

c) The tension in string GH is

4

21g

d) The 2kg block remains in equilibrium

61. Statement-I: In A, force F required to start the motion of block is less.

Statement-II: As normal contact force increases, limiting friction force increases.

62. Two blocks of masses 3kg and 2kg are placed side by side on an incline as shown in the figure. A force, F =

20N, is acting on 2kg block along the incline. The coefficient of friction between te blocks and the incline is

same and equal to 0.1. The normal contact force between 2kg and 3kg blocks is [Take g = 10m/s

2

]

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a) 18 N b) 30 N c) 12 N d) 27.6 N

63. A stationary body of mass m is slowly lowered onto a massive platform of mass M (>>m) moving at a speed

4m/s as shown in the figure. How far the body slides along the platform? [Take

2

/ 10 2 . 0 s m g and ]

a) 8m b) 12m c) 6m d) 4m

64. Two blocks both having masses 5kg are connected by a light string as shown in the figure. A horizontal force

of 30N is applied on one of the blocks, the coefficient of friction between the blocks and surface is 0.5. Under

these circumstances, the string is vibrating in its fundamental mode in resonance with a tuning fork of

frequency 100Hz. Length of string is 50cm and its linear mass density is 1g/m. The friction forces between A

and surface and between are, respectively

a) 25N and 25N b) 10N and 25N c) 20N and 10N d) 10N and 20N

65. A light rod can rotate freely in vertical plane about the hinge at its bottom end. Two strings tie the top of the

rod with blocks A and B as shown. At the instant shown in figure, if block A is moving down with speed 3

m/s, then the speed of B would be

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a) 6 m/s b) s m/

5

18

c) s m/

5

24

d) None of these

Matrix-Match Type Question:

66. A block of mass m is released from rest on a smooth inclined plane (wedge), the wedge itself is resting on

smooth horizontal surface as shown in the figure. Assume that the block undergoes a vertical displacement of

h. For this situation, match the entries of Column-I with the entries of Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

A) Work done by normal reaction force on the block, is P) Positive

B) Work done by normal reaction force exerted by block

on the wedge is Q) Negative

C) Total work done by normal reaction force (acting

between block and wedge) on block and wedge is R) Zero

D) Total work done by all forces on block is S) Less than mgh in magnitude

67. The figure shows a pulley-mass system which is kept in an elevator moving up with acceleration g. Then the

tension T in the string is given by

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a)

2 1

2 1

m m

g m m

+

b)

2 1

2 1

2

m m

g m m

+

c)

2 1

2 1

4

m m

g m m

+

d)

( )

2 1

2 1

m m

g m m

+

68. A car of mass m is driven with acceleration a along a straight level road against a constant external resistive

force F. When the velocity of car is v, the rate at which the engine of the car is doing work will be

a) Fv b) mav c) (F + ma)v d) (ma F) v

69. A car starts from rest and attains a kinetic energy K by accelerating without slipping along a horizontal road in

20s. If air resistance is neglected, the work done by external forces, which accelerates the car will be

a) Zero b) K c)

20

K

d)

10

K

70. A boy of mass m is sliding down a vertical pole by pressing it with a horizontal force F. If is the coefficient

of friction between his palms and the pole, the acceleration with which he slide down, is

a) g b)

m

F

c)

m

F

g

+ d)

m

F

g

71. A truck moving on a smooth horizontal surface with a uniform speed u is carrying dust. If a mass m of the

dust leaks from the truck in vertical downward direction in time t , the force needed keep the truck moving at

its constant speed, is

a) Zero b)

t

m u

c)

dt

du

m d)

dt

du

m

t

m

u +

72. A body of mass 1kg is dropped from a height h = 40cm on a horizontal platform fixed to one end of a vertical

spring as shown in figure. The other end of the spring is fixed to ground. As a result of the impact of ball with

platform, the spring compresses by x = 10cm. [Neglect the mass of platform. The force constant of spring is [g

= 10 m/s

2

]. Assume that during collision to energy is lost.]

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a) 600 N/m b) 1000 N/m c) 300 N/m d) 5000 N/m

73. A spring is compressed between blocks of masses m

1

and m

2

placed on a smooth horizontal surface as shown

in figure. When the blocks are released, they have initial velocity of v

1

an v

2

in the direction shown. The blocks

travel distances x

1

and x

2

before coming to rest. The ratio of

2

1

x

x

is

a)

2

1

m

m

b)

2

1

m

m

c)

1

2

m

m

d)

1

2

m

m

74. A uniform rod of mass M and length L is resting between a rough wall and a rough floor as shown in the

figure. The coefficient of friction between any two surfaces is . The angle of for which the rod is just on

the verge of slipping is

a)

,

_

2

1

1

tan b)

,

_

2

1

tan

2

1

c)

,

_

2

1

sin

2

1

d) None of these

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75. A heavy spherical ball is constrained in a frame as shown in figure. All the surfaces are frictionless, the frame

is moving with limiting acceleration so that ball is just on the verge of leaving contact with the frame. For this

situation (limiting condition), mark out the correct statement(s).

a) If > , then ball will leave the contact with frame first from left side.

b) If > , then ball will leave the contact with frame first from right side

c) The ball leave the contact with frame first from left side whatever be the relation between

and .

d) The ball leave the contact with frame first from right side whatever be the relation between

and .

76. Sand is falling from a stationary hopper on a flat cart being pulled by a constant force. The rate at which sand

is falling on cart is constant. The horizontal component of force exerted by the falling sand on the cart is

a) Continuously increasing b) Continuously decreasing

c) Constant d) First increasing and then decreasing

Passage Questions (77 to 79):

A thin uniform rod of mass m and length L is hinged at one end from other end a light string is attached. The

string is wound over a frictionless pulley (having mass 2m) and a block of mass 2m is connected to string on

other side of pulley as shown. The system is released from rest when the rod is making an angle of 37

0

with

horizontal. Based on above information answer the following questions:

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77. Just after release of the system from rest, acceleration of block is

a)

121

72g

, downwards b)

119

48g

, downwards c)

121

90g

, downwards d)

121

90g

upwards

78. Just after release of the system, the resultant force exerted by hinge on rod is

a) 0.7 mg b) 0.92 mg c) 0.53 mg d) mg

79. Just after release of the system from rest, the resultant force exerted by hinge H

2

on pulley is

a) mg

121

46

in upward direction b) mg

121

46

in downward direction

c) mg

121

438

in upward direction c) mg

121

438

in downward direction

Matrix-Match Type Question:

80. In Column-I four statements corresponding to different situations are given. In Column-I statements two vector

quantities are compared in last, while comparison is given in Column-II. Match the entries of Column-I with

the entries of Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

A) Two blocks of masses 2kg and 4kg are placed one over P) Same in magnitude

the other on a rough horizontal surface as shown in figure.

The coefficient of friction between blocks is 0.2 while

between 4kg block and surface is 0.1. An horizontal force

of 5N is applied to 2kg block. Then friction force experienced

by B due to

,

_

BA

f A and friction force experience by B due to

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surface

,

_

BS

f B are

B) A particle is performing SHM about x = 0, it crosses a position Q) Different in magnitude

x = x

0

at t = t

1

and at t = t

2

, there is no other crossing at x = x

0

between t

2

t

1

. If 1

v and 2

1

and

t

2

respectively, then 1

v and 2

v are

C) Two points A and B are marked on the axis of a uniformly R) Same in direction

charged ring at same distance from centre on two sides as

shown. If 1

E and 2

B respectively, then 1

E and 2

E are

D) A single turn carrying current of 1A is considered. If

A S) Opposite in direction

is its area vector and

then

A and

M are

81. A block of mass 10kg is in equilibrium as shown in the figure. If the block is displaced in vertical direction by

a small amount, then angular frequency of resulting motion is

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a) 2 10 b) 5 10 c) 2 5 d) 5 5

82. A 5kg ring attached to a spring slides along a smooth fixed rod which is inclined at an angle of 60

0

with

horizontal, as shown in figure. The spring is in its relaxed state when ring is at A, the natural length of spring is

0.5m. The value of spring constant k, so that ring is having zero velocity at B is

a) 500 N/m b) 323 N/m c) 484 N/m d) 286 N/m

Only One Correct Option Questions:

83. In the figure shown the acceleration of A is,

^ ^

15 15 j i a A +

contact with B)

a) 6

^

i b) -15

^

i c) -10

^

i d) -5

^

i

84. Two blocks A and B of masses m & 2m respectively are held at rest such that the spring is in natural length.

Find out the accelerations of both the blocks just after release.

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a) g g , b)

3

,

3

g g

c) 0, 0 d) 0 , g

85. A bob is hanging over a pulley inside a car through a string. The second end of the string is in the hand of a

person standing in the car. The car is moving with constant acceleration a directed horizontally as shown in

figure. Other end of the string is pulled with constant acceleration a vertically. The tension in the string is

equal to

a)

2 2

a g m + b) ma a g m +

2 2

c) ma a g m + +

2 2

d) ( ) a g m +

86. Two blocks A and B each of mass m are placed on a horizontal surface. Two horizontal force F and 2F

are applied on both the blocks A and B respectively as shown in figure. The block A does not slide on block

B. Then the normal reaction acting between the blocks is:

a) F b) F/2 c)

3

F

d) 3F

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87. In the arrangement shown, by what acceleration the boy must go up so that 100kg block remains stationary on

the wedge. The wedge is fixed and friction is absent everywhere. (Take g = 10 m/s

2

)

a) 2 m/s

2

b) 4 m/s

2

c) 6 m/s

2

d) 8 m/s

2

88. A system is shown in the figure. A man standing on the block is pulling the rope. Velocity of the point of string

in contact with the hand of the man is 2m/s downwards. The velocity of the block will be: [Assume that the

block does not rotate]

a) 3 m/s b) 2 m/s c) 1/2 m/s d) 1 m/s

89. In the figure shown the velocity of lift is 2m/s while string is winding on the motor shaft with velocity 2m/s

and block A is moving downwards with a velocity of 2m/s, then find out the velocity of block B.

a) 2 m/s b) 2 m/s c) 4 m/s d) None of these

90. System is shown in the figure. Assume that cylinder remains in contact with the two wedges. The velocity of

cylinder is

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a) s m

u

/

2

3 4 19 b) s m

u

/

2

13

c) s m u / 3 d) s m u / 7

91. The beads A and B move along a semicircular wire frame as shown in figure. The beads are connected by an

inelastic string which always remains tight. At an instant the speed of A is u,

0 0

75 45 BOC and BAC , where O is the centre of the semicircular are. The speed of bead B at that

instant is:

a) u 2 b) u c)

2 2

u

d) u

3

2

92. A plank is held at an angle to the horizontal (Fig.) on two fixed supports A and B. The plank can slide

against the supports (without friction) because of its weight Mg. Acceleration and direction in which a man of

mass m should move so that the plank does not move.

a)

,

_

+

M

m

g 1 sin down the incline b)

,

_

+

m

M

g 1 sin down the incline

c)

,

_

+

M

m

g 1 sin up the incline d)

,

_

+

m

M

g 1 sin up the incline

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93. Objects A and B each of mass m are connected by light inextensible cord. They are constrained to move on a

frictionless ring in vertical plane as shown in figure. The objects are releases from rest at the positions shown.

The tension in the cord just after release will be

a) 2 mg b)

2

mg

c)

2

mg

d)

4

mg

94. A pendulum of mass m hangs from a support fixed to a trolley. The direction of the string when the trolley

rolls up a plane of inclination with acceleration a

0

is

a)

1

tan

b)

,

_

g

a

0 1

tan c)

,

_

0

1

tan

a

g

d)

,

_

cos

sin

tan

0 1

g

g a

95. The acceleration of the block B in the above figure, assuming the surfaces and the pulleys P

1

and P

2

are all

smooth.

a)

m

F

4

b)

m

F

6

c)

m

F

2

d)

m

F

17

3

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96. In the figure shown all block are of equal mass m. All surfaces are smooth. The acceleration of the block A

with respect ground.

a)

2

sin 3 1

sin 4

+

g

b)

2

2

sin 3 1

sin 4

+

g

c)

2

sin 3 1

sin 4

+

g

d) None of these

Match the Column Questions:

97. Column-I gives four different situations involving two blocks of mass m

1

and m

2

placed in different ways on a

smooth horizontal surface as shown. In each of the situations horizontal forces F

1

and F

2

are applied on blocks

of mass m

1

and m

2

respectively and also m

2

F

1

< m

1

F

2

. Match the statements in Column-I with corresponding

results in Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

A) Both the blocks are connected by massless inelastic

string. The magnitude of tension in the string is

p)

,

_

+

2

2

1

1

2 1

2 1

m

F

m

F

m m

m m

B) Both the blocks are connected by massless inelastic string.

The magnitude of tension in the blocks is

q)

,

_

+

+

2

2

1

1

2 1

2 1

m

F

m

F

m m

m m

C) The magnitude of normal reaction between the blocks is

r)

,

_

+

+

1

1

2

2

2 1

2 1

m

F

m

F

m m

m m

D) The magnitude of normal reaction between the blocks is

s)

,

_

+

+

2 1

2 1

2 1

m m

F F

m m

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98. The system shown below is initially in equilibrium. Masses of the blocks A,B,C,d and E are respectively 3m,

3m, 2m 2m and 2m. Match the conditions in Column-I with the effects in Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

A) After spring 2 is cut, tension in string AB p) Increases

B) After spring 2 is cut, tension in string CD q) Decreases

C) After spring between C and pulley is cut, tension in string AB r) Remain constant

D) After spring between C and pulley is cut, tension in string CD s) Zero

Subjective Questions

99. In the figure shown, blocks A and B move with velocities v

1

and v

2

along horizontal direction. Find the ratio of

2

1

v

v

.

100. Find the acceleration of B.

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101. Find the acceleration of A w.r.t. ground

102. Find the acceleration of C w.r.t. ground

Only One Correct Option Questions:

103. In the arrangement shown in the figure mass of the block B and A are 2m, 8m respectively. Surface between B

and floor is smooth. The block B is connected to block C by means of a pulley. If the whole system is released

then the minimum value of mass of the block C so that the block A remains stationary with respect to B is:

(Co-efficient of friction between A and B is .)

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a)

m

b)

1

2

+

m

c)

1

10m

d)

1

10

m

104. Two block of masses m

1

and m

2

are connected with a massless unscratched spring and placed over a plank

moving with an acceleration a as shown in figure. The coefficient of friction between the blocks and platform

is .

a) Spring will be stretched if g a >

b) Spring will be compressed if g a

c) Spring will neither be compressed nor be stretched for g a

d) Spring will be in its natural length under all conditions

105. A bead of mass m is located on a parabolic wire with its axis vertical and vertex directed towards downward as

in figure and whose equation is x

2

=ay. If the coefficient of friction is , the highest distance above the x-axis

at which the particle will be in equilibrium is

a) a b) a

2

c) a

2

4

1

d) a

2

1

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106. In the shown arrangement if f

1

, f

2

and T be the frictional forces on 2kg block, 3kg block & tension in the string

respectively, then their values are:

a) 2N, 6N, 3.2N b) 2N, 6N, 0N c) 1N, 6N, 2N

d) Data insufficient to calculate the required values.

107. A block of mass 2kg is given a push horizontally and then the block starts sliding over a horizontal plane. The

figure shows the velocity-time graph of the motion. The co-efficient of sliding friction between the plane and

the block is: (Take g = 10m/s

2

)

a) 0.02 b) 0.20 c) 0.04 d) 0.40

108. The coefficient of friction between 4kg and 5kg blocks is 0.2and between 5kg block and ground is 0.1

respectively. Choose the correct statements

a) Minimum force needed to cause system to move is 17N

b) When force is 4N static friction at all surfaces is 4N to keep system at rest

c) Maximum acceleration of 4kg block is 2m/s

2

d) Slipping between 4kg and 5kg blocks start when F is 17N

109. The two blocks, m = 10kg and M = 50kg are free to move as shown. The coefficient of static friction between

the blocks is. 5 and there is no friction between M and the ground. A minimum horizontal force F is applied to

hold m against M that is equal to.

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a) 100 N b) 50 N c) 240 N d) 180 N

110. The coefficient of friction between block of mass m and 2m is tan 2 . There is no friction between block

of mass 2m and inclined plane. The maximum amplitude of two block system for which there is no relative

motion between both the blocks.

a)

m

k

g sin b)

k

mg sin

c)

k

mg sin 3

d) None of these

111. A force F =t is applied to a block A as shown in figure, where t is time in second. The force is applied at t =0

seconds when the system was at rest. Which of the following graph correctly gives the frictional force between

A and horizontal surface as function of time t. [Assume that at t = 0, tension in the string connecting the two

blocks is zero].

a) b) c) d)

112. A block of mass m is attached with a massless spring of force constant k. The block is placed over a fixed

rough inclined surface for which the block of mass M required to move the block up the plane is (neglect mass

of string and pulley and friction in pulley.)

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a) m

5

3

b) m

5

4

c) m

5

6

d) m

2

3

113. A plank of mass M

1

= 8kg with a bar of mass M

2

= 2kg placed on its rough surface, lie on a smooth floor of

elevator ascending with an acceleration g/4. The coefficient of friction is 5 / 1 between m

1

and m

2

. A

horizontal force F = 30N is applied to the plank. Then the acceleration of bar and the plank in the reference

frame of elevator are:

a)

2 2

/ 5 , / 5 . 3 s m s m b)

2 2

/

8

50

, / 5 s m s m c)

2 2

/

8

25

, / 5 . 2 s m s m d)

2 2

/ 5 . 4 , / 5 . 4 s m s m

114. A block of mass 1kg lies on a horizontal surface in a truck. The coefficient of static friction between the block

and the surface is 0.6 if the acceleration of the truck is 5m/s

2

, the frictional force acting on the block is:

a) 5 N b) 6 N c) 10 N d) 15 N

115. Two blocks with masses M

1

and M

2

of 10kg respectively are placed as in figure. 2 . 0

S

between all

surfaces, tension in string and acceleration of M

2

block will be

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a) 250 N, 3 m/s

2

b) 200 N, 6m/s

2

c) 306 N, 4.7 m/s

2

d) 400 N, 6.5 m/s

2

May have More than One options Correct:

116. The value of mass m for which the 100kg block remains is static equilibrium is

a) 35kg b) 37kg c) 83kg d) 85kg

117. A block A (5kg) rests over another block B (3 kg) placed over a smooth horizontal surface. There is friction

between A and B. A horizontal force F

1

gradually increasing from zero to a maximum is applied to A so that

the blocks move together without relative motion. Instead of this another horizontal force F

2

, gradually

increasing from zero to a maximum is applied to B so that the blocks move together without relative motion.

Then

a) F

1

(max) = F

2

(max) b) F

1

(max) > F

2

(max) c) F

1

(max) < F

2

(max) d) F

1

(max):F

2

(max)=5.3

118. Two blocks of same mass m = 10kg are placed on rough horizontal surface as shown in figure. Initially tension

in the massless string is zero and string is horizontal. A horizontal force

,

_

t F

6

sin 40

is applied as shown

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on the block A for a time interval t = 0 to t = 6sec. Here F is in Newton and between block B and ground is

0.30. (Take g = 10m/sec

2

). Match the statements in Column-I with the time intervals (in seconds) in Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

A) Friction force between block B and ground is zero in

the time interval p) 0 < t < 1

B) Tension in the string is non zero in the time interval q) 1 < t < 3

C) Acceleration of block A is zero in the time interval r) 3 < t < 5

D) Magnitude of friction force between A and ground is

decreasing in the time interval s) 5 < t < 6

119. Two blocks of mass m and 2m are slowly just placed in contact with each other on a rough fixed inclined plane

as shown. Initially both the blocks are at rest on inclined plane. The coefficient of friction between either block

and inclined surface is . There is no friction between both the blocks. Neglect the tendency of rotation of

blocks on the inclined surface. Column-I gives four situation. Column-II gives condition under which

statements in Column-I are true. Match the statement in column-I with corresponding conditions in Column-II.

Column-I Column-II

A) The magnitude of acceleration of both blocks are same if p) 0

B) The normal reaction between both the blocks is zero q) > 0

C) The net reaction exerted by inclined surface on each block

make same angle with inclined surface on block r) tan >

D) The net reaction exerted by inclined surface on block of

mass 2m is double that of net reaction exerted by inclined

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surface on block of mass m if s) tan <

120. A block of mass m is put on a rough inclined plane of inclination , and is tied with a light thread shown.

Inclination is increased gradually form = 0

0

to = 90

0

. Match the Columns according to corresponding

curve.

Column-I Column-II

A) Tension in the thread versus p)

B) Normal reaction between the block and the incline versus q)

C) Friction force between the block and the incline versus r)

D) Net interaction force between the block and the incline versus s)

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121. A smooth ring A of mass m can slide on a fixed horizontal rod. A string tied to the ring passes over a fixed

pulley B and carries a block C of mass M as shown in figure. At an instant the string between the ring and the

pulley makes an angle with the rod. What acceleration will the ring start moving if the system is released

from rest with ?

122. Two blocks of masses 5kg and 7kg are connected by uniform rope of mass 4kg as shown in the figure. An

upward force F = 200N is applied on the system. Calculate

(a) Acceleration of the system (b) Tension at the top of the heavy rope

(c) tension at the mid point of the rope

(Take g = 10m/s

2

)

123. An aerostat of mass m starts coming down with a constant acceleration a. Determine the ballast mass to be

dumped for the aerostat to reach the upward acceleration of the same magnitude. The air drag is to be

neglected.

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124. The masses of the bodies A and B in figure are 20kg and 10kg, respectively. They are initially at rest on the

floor and are connected by a weightless string passing over a weightless and frictionless pulley. An upward

force F is applied to the pulley. Find the acceleration a

1

of body A and a

2

of body B when F is

(a) 98 N (b) 196 N (c) 394 N

125. Two masses M

1

= M

2

= M are arranged as shown in the figure. Find the acceleration of mass M

2

. The pulleys

are massless and frictionless.

126. A block of mass 50kg is released from the position of rest for which the spring is under a tension of 45N. If the

pulley are massless and the block goes 150mm down, find the velocity of the block at this instant.

127. In figure M=1.9kg, m = 0.1kg, ( ) 8 . 0 cos

1

, the wedge M is moving frictionlessly on the floor. Find the

distance moved by M where m reaches the floor starting from a height of 2m.

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128. A chain of length l is placed on a smooth spherical surface of radius R with one of ends fixed at the top of the

sphere. What will be the acceleration of the each element of the chain when its upper end is released? It is

assumed that the length of the chain

,

_

<

2

R

l .

129. Block A in figure weighs 4N and block B weights 8N. The coefficient of sliding friction between all surfaces is

0.25. Find the force P necessary to drag block B to the left at constant speed.

(a) If rests A on B and moves with it. (b) If A is held at rest

(c) If A and B are connected by a light flexible cord passing around a fixed frictionless pulley.

130. In figure A is 10kg block and B is a 5kg block, (a) determine the minimum mass of C which must be placed on

A to prevent it from sliding. If coefficient of static friction

S

between A and the table is 0.25 (b) the block C

is suddenly lifted off A, what is the acceleration of block A, if the coefficient of kinetic friction between A and

the table is 0.20?

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131. In the arrangement the masses of bodies are equal to m

0

, m

1

, and m

2

, the masses of the pulley and the threads

are negligible, and there is no friction in the pulley. Find the acceleration a with which the body m

0

comes

down, and the tension of the thread binding together the bodies m

1

and m

2

if the coefficient of friction between

the bodies and the horizontal surface is equal to . Consider possible cases.

132. In the figure coefficient of kinetic friction between the block 3kg and 2kg is 3 . 0 . The horizontal table

surface is smooth. Find

(i) The acceleration of mass (ii) Tension in the strings

133. A small body A starts sliding down from the top of a wedge whose base is equal to 2.10m. The coefficient of

friction between the body and the wedge surface is 0 . 140. At what value of angle will the time of sliding

be the least? What will it be equal to?

134. Consider a chain of length L lying on a horizontal table top such that a portion of length x hangs vertically (see

figure). It is assumed that at x = 0, the velocity of the chain was zero. Determine the velocity v of the chain as a

function of the overhang length x.

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135. A cylinder of mass m and radius r rests on two supports of the same height (see figure). One support is

stationary, while the other slides from under the cylinder at a velocity v. Determine the force of normal

pressure N exerted by the cylinder on the stationary support at the moment when the distance between the

points A and B of the supports is 2 r AB , assuming that the supports where very close to each other at the

initial instant. The friction between the cylinder and the supports should be neglected.

136. A cylinder and a wedge with a vertical face, touching each other, move along two smooth inclined planes

forming the same angle with the horizontal (see figure). The masses of the cylinder and the wedge are m

1

and m

2

respectively. Determine the force of normal pressure N exerted by the wedge on the cylinder,

neglecting the friction between them.

137. ABCD is square; along the sides AB, CB, DC, and DA forces act equal respectively to 6, 5, 8, and 12N. Find

the algebraic sum of their moments about the centre O of the square, if the side of the square is 4m.

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138. ABCD is square; along the sides AB, BC, DC, and DA act forces equal to 1, 9, 5 and 3N. Find force, passing

through the centre of the square, and the couple which are together equivalent to the given system.

139. Two identical, uniform, frictionless spheres, each of weight W, rest in a rigid rectangular container as shown in

figure, find, in terms of W, the forces acting on the spheres due to (a) the container surfaces and (b) one

another, if the line of centres of the spheres makes angle of 45

0

with the horizontal.

140. Find the pull P required to lift the load W shown in figure assuming the efficiency of the system is 78%.

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141. A heavy homogeneous sphere is suspended by a light string, one end of which is attached to a vertical wall and

the other, to a point on the vertical line through the centre of sphere as shown in figure. What should be the

coefficient of friction between the sphere and the wall for the sphere to remain in equilibrium?

142. A short, right circular cylinder of weight W rests in a horizontal, V-shaped notch of angle 2 as shown in

figure. If the coefficient of friction is , find the horizontal force parallel to the axis necessary for slipping to

occur.

143. A rectangular block 1m wide and 2m high is dragged to the right along a level road at a constant speed by a

horizontal force P, as shown in figure. The coefficient of sliding friction is 0.4, the block weighs 50kg and it cg

is at centre. (a) Find the force required (b) find the value of h at which the block just start to tip (c) find the line

of action of the normal force N exerted on the block by the surface, if the height h is 1m.

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144. A garage door is mounted on an overhead rail, as in figure. The wheels at A and B have rusted so that they do

not roll but slide along the track. The coefficient of sliding friction is 0.5. The distance between the wheels is

2m, and each is 0.5m in from the vertical sides of the door. The door is symmetrical and weighs 800N. It is

pushed to left at constant velocity by a horizontal force P?

(a) If the distance h is 1.5, what is the vertical component of the force exerted on each wheel by the track?

(b) Find the maximum value of h can have without causing one wheel to leave the track.

145. In the arrangement shown in figure the person of weight W pulls himself up with an acceleration a. If the

weight of the chair is w. then find the tension in the rope. Is it always possible to lift the chair?

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146. In figure the block M

1

has mass 1kg and the trolley M

2

is 10kg. Friction between M

1

and M

2

is 0.5, while the

trolley moves frictionlessly on the floor. If

0

30 , determine the maximum F for which there is no slippage

between M

1

and M

2

.

147. In figure m

1

= 1kg and m

2

= 2kg. The pulley is movable. At t =0, both masses touch the ground and the string

is tant. A vertically upward, time-dependent force F=2t, where t is the time in second and F is the force in

Newton, is applied to the pulley. Calculate (a) the time when m

1

is lifted off the ground and (b) m

2

is lifted off

the ground (c) when t = 25s, what is the acceleration of the masses as seen by an observer outside.

148. In the system shown in figure, M=13.4kg, m

1

=1kg, m

2

= 2kg and m

3

= 3.6kg. The coefficient of static friction

between m

1

and m

2

is 0.75 and that between m

2

and M is 0.6. All other surfaces are frictionless

(a) What minimum horizontal force F must be applied to M so that m

2

does not slip on M?

(b) What is the maximum value of F for which m

1

does not slip on m

2

?

(c) If F = 100N, does m

1

slip with respect to m

2

or does m

2

slip with respect to M?

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149. A noose is placed around a log and used to pull it with a force F. How will the tension of the ropes forming the

loop depend on the magnitude of the angle ? In what conditions will the tension of the rope in the sections

AB and AC be larger than in the section AD?

150. One end of a heavy uniform board of weight P and length l presser against a corner between a wall and a

floor. A rope is attached to the other end of the board (figure). Determine the tension in the rope BC if the

angle between the board and the rope is

0

90 . How will the tension in the rope change as the angle

between the board and the floor increases if the angle remains constant?

151. A ladder of weight P and length l is placed against a smooth vertical wall at an angle

0

30 . The centre of

gravity of the ladder is at a height h from the floor (figure). A man pulls the ladder at its middle point in a

horizontal direction with a force F. What is the minimum value of F which will permit the man to detach the

upper end of the ladder from the wall? The friction against the floor is such that the bottom of the ladder does

not slide.

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152. A wooden block lies on an inclined surface (figure). With what force should this block be pressed against the

surface to retain it in equilibrium? The weight of the block is P = 2kgf, the length of the inclined surface l =1m

and h = 60cm. The coefficient of friction of the block against the inclined surface is 4 . 0 .

153. A heavy log is pulled on an inclined surface with the aid of two parallel ropes secured as shown in figure. The

weight of the log is P =400kg f, the height of the inclined surface h = 1m, and its length l =2m. What force F

should be applied to each rope to pull the log up?

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KEY

1) c 2) d 3) c 4) a 5) d

6) b 7) c 8) c 9) b 10) b

11) c 12) d 13) a 14) d 15) c

16) d 17) d 18) c 19) d 20) c

21) b 22) d 23) c 24) a 25) d

26)

m

5

24

27)

N t

6

2+

28)

( )cm 1 17

2

5

29)

1 . 0

2

30)

,

_

2

1

2

1

cos

cos

u

gh

u

31) a 32) c 33) c 34) c 35) b

36) d 37) a 38) d 39) b 40) a

41) b 42) a,c 43) d 44) c 45) b

46) (A-R),

(B-R),

(C-Q,R)

(D-P,Q,R)

47) 48) 49) 50)

51) d 52) b 53) c 54) c 55)

56) b 57) d 58) d 59) d 60) c

61) b 62) c 63) d 64) d 65) c

66) (A-P,S)

(B-P,S)

(C-Q,S)

(D-Q,S)

67) c 68) c 69) a 70) d

71) a 72) b 73) c 74) b 75) d

76) c 77) a 78) c 79) c 80) (A-P,S)

(B-P,S)

(C-P,S)

(D-P,R)

81) a 82) b

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Laws of Motion & Equilibrium

Answers

121)

2

cos

cos

M m

Mg

+

145)

( )( )

g

g a w W

3

+ +

; only for 2W > w

122) (a) 2.5m/s

2

(b) 112.5 N (c) 87.5 N 146)2.52N

123)

( ) a g

ma

m

+

2

147) (a) 9.81s, (b) 19.62s,

(c) 15.19ms

2

, 2.69 m/s

2

.

124) (a) 0, 0 (b) 0, 0 (c) 0.05m/s

2

, 9.9m/s

2

148) (a) 117.7N, (b) 147N, (c) m

2

slips on M

125)

2

/

5

2

s m

g

149)

0

120 ,

2

cos 2

>

F

T

126) 1.28 m/s 150) cos

2

P

T

127) 1.66m. 151)

2

cos

sin 2

l

h P

F

128) ( ) [ ] R

Rg

a / cos 1 l

l

152) F = 1.4 kgf.

129) (a) 3.00N (b) 4.00N (c)5.00N 153) 50

4

l

h P

F kgf.

130) M

C

= 10kg, a = 1.96 m/s

2

131)

( ) ( )

,

_

+ +

+

1

]

1

+ +

+

2 1 0

2 0

2 1 0

2 1 0

1

;

m m m

g m m

T g

m m m

m m m

a

132) (i) 5.75 m/s

2

(ii) T

1

=17.38N, T

2

= 40.5N

133) T = 1.05s,

0

49

134) x

L

g

v

135)

r

mv mg

N

2

2

2

136) tan

2

2 1

2 1

,

_

+ m m

m m

137) 10N-m.

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138) N 2 6 inclined at 45

0

to the side AB.

139) (a) Bottom: 2W; side; W (b) 2 W

140) 1923.08N

141) 1

142)

sin

W

143) (a) 196N (b) h=1.25m (c) 0.4m to the right

144) (a) 100N, 700N (b) 2.0m

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