114 views

Uploaded by Viresh Singh

usefull for 11th moving students & JEE + NEET aspirants

- 01. Basic Concepts of Chemistry-1(Final)
- States of Matter
- Motion in a Plane
- Mendelian Genetics
- Test sheet :Physics -current and electrostat 26 june 13 @Viresh
- PHYSICS XI CH-9 [ Mechanical Properties of Solids ]
- JEE mains ,NEET and Advanced test paper
- Electric Charges and Fields 12CPUT101 SOLUTIONS
- 11th Class Physics
- IIT Suggested Syllabus.
- Jee Usefull for BITS and JEE mains or similar Main Test 4
- Mechanical Properties of Solids and Acoustics
- Aromatic Compounds
- Carbohydrates, Amino Acids & Polymers IIT Theory
- Motion in a Straight Line
- Cell Water Potential
- NCERT Physics Class XII Solution of Chapter 1 - Electric Charges and Fiel
- LOGIC GATE
- Digestion and Absorption
- Logic Gates Project

You are on page 1of 2

1- The particles P and Q, are situated at same position at time t =0. Both moves on the same line and their velocity-time graphs are shown in the fig. (i) At time t =5, what is separation between the two particles? (ii) At what time t the two particles meet again ? 2- The velocity-time graph for a particle moving on straight line is given: (i) displacement in the time interval t = 2 to t = 6 s will be (ii) if at time t =0, the particle is at point A and when the -1 velocity is 10 ms the particle is at point B, then AB =. th th (iii) the displacements of the particle in 9 second and 10 second of motion will be in ratio (iv) which of the following graph correctly show the plot between velocity and the displacement ? (a) (b) (c)

3- A particle starting from rest, accelerates at rate for certain time and then undergoes retardation at rate till it stops. Total time of motion is T. The average velocity during the motion of time duration T , will be (a) { + } T /2 (b) { } T (c) 0.5 T/{ + } (d) T/{ + } 3-- Acceleration of a particle ( initially at rest) having one dimensional motion , is changing with time according to the graph shown in the fig : Mark true / false against following statements : (i) the velocity starts decreasing after the time t = 10 s (ii) the velocity never decreases till time t =25 s (iii) the velocity at t= 25 s is zero (iv) the velocity at time t = 10 s is 4 m/s. (v) the direction of motion is changed at time t =10 s. 4- An object is released with negligible velocity highest point A of a tower at time t =0. At the instants t = t1 and t =t2 , the object is at the positions B and C respectively. Mark true / false against following statements : (i) AB = g t1 / 2 2 (iii) AC = g t2 / 2

2

5- A ball is released from a tower of height H with negligible velocity . The ball reaches to the ground after time interval T. In the last t time interval if the ball falls by distance d i.e. t time before reaching at the ground, the ball is at height d from the ground, then which relation is not correct ? 2 2 2 (a) g ( t) /2 = d (b) g ( T - t ) = H d (c) g T / 2 = H

6- A ball is released from a tower of height H with negligible velocity . In the last second before

reaching at the ground, if the ball falls by distance 9 H / 25, then H = (a) 125 m (b) 250 m (c) 80 m (d) none 7- From the tower of height H, the balls A, B and C are projected with speed u upward, speed u downward and released with negligible velocity respectively. The balls reaches to the ground after time t1 , t2 and t3 respectively with speeds v1 , v2 and v3 respectively. Mark true/ false against following statements : (i) H = - u t1 + g t12 /2 (ii) v1 < v2 (iii) t1 > t2 (iv) t1 t2 = t32 8-In the expression u t + a t2/2 is differentiated with respect to t , we will get (a) u+ at (b) ut+ at/2 9- If y is differentiated with respect to x i.e. dy / dx is calculated , it will yield (a) rate of change of y with respect to x (b) change in y 10- If dy / dx = f then integration of f with respect to x will yield (a) change in f (b) change in y 11- If velocity at time t is t time 4 + 2t + t2 then find (i) acceleration at time t =1 (ii) displacement in fist

12-Find derivative of the following functions with respect to t : (a) 2/t (b) sin( 2 t ) + 3 cos (t/3) (c) ln t + et (d) t2 e5t (e) (3 t + 5 )4

13- Integrate the following functions with respect to t: (a) t3 (b) 2 4 t + sint (f) 1/ ( 2 t + 3 ) (c) 1/t (d) 1/t2 + cos(3t) (e) (2 t + 3 )4

14-If acceleration of a particle at time t is 4 2 t m/s2, and the velocity at time t =0 is 5 m/s, then (a) find velocity at time t (b) find displacement in first 4 seconds (c) find the time when velocity is zero ***15-If the velocity v is related with position x as v = 4 -2 x then find the acceleration at x = 1

- 01. Basic Concepts of Chemistry-1(Final)Uploaded byKamal Kishore
- States of MatterUploaded bySunil Nainwal
- Motion in a PlaneUploaded byMichael Kidd
- Mendelian GeneticsUploaded bypeterr1022
- Test sheet :Physics -current and electrostat 26 june 13 @VireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- PHYSICS XI CH-9 [ Mechanical Properties of Solids ]Uploaded byNandita Jain
- JEE mains ,NEET and Advanced test paperUploaded byViresh Singh
- Electric Charges and Fields 12CPUT101 SOLUTIONSUploaded bydayanandan1
- 11th Class PhysicsUploaded byRishabh Sharma
- IIT Suggested Syllabus.Uploaded byGurmeet Singh Ahuja
- Jee Usefull for BITS and JEE mains or similar Main Test 4Uploaded byViresh Singh
- Mechanical Properties of Solids and AcousticsUploaded byMayank Agarwal
- Aromatic CompoundsUploaded byemre
- Carbohydrates, Amino Acids & Polymers IIT TheoryUploaded byTikeshwar Sharma
- Motion in a Straight LineUploaded bySandy Rose
- Cell Water PotentialUploaded byJanina Bautista
- NCERT Physics Class XII Solution of Chapter 1 - Electric Charges and FielUploaded byRamnaresh Sharma
- LOGIC GATEUploaded byMamoon Abu Elheja
- Digestion and AbsorptionUploaded byAnthony Hernandez
- Logic Gates ProjectUploaded byJay
- Mendelian GeneticsUploaded byfarzinmparabia
- Sheet6 - Polymers StructuresUploaded byAbdalla Mohamed Abdalla
- IAS Prelims Paper I Solved 2011Uploaded byravi
- Motion in Straight LineUploaded bycpverma2811
- 5 gas lawsUploaded byarnelditan
- Chapter 7 - Lesson NotesUploaded byMr. Kleier
- Quantities, Units, And MeasurementUploaded byTriacute
- Electric Potential and Capacitors SolutionsUploaded bydayanandan1
- Motion in a Straight Line.Uploaded bytatva
- Blood Glucose TestingUploaded bysarguss14

- Kinematics in one dimension -1Uploaded byViresh Singh
- Magnetism Current 21 Oct13Uploaded byViresh Singh
- JEE mains ,NEET and Advanced test paperUploaded byViresh Singh
- Sample test -JEE advance 13-op-mag-mech-1 @vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- units & measurements :Physics @ vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- 1D-2Uploaded byViresh Singh
- 1 dimensional motion(3) @vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- Sample test forJEE -advance op-mag-mech-2 @vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- Jee Usefull for BITS and JEE mains or similar Main Test 4Uploaded byViresh Singh
- geometrical or ray optics problems : for 12th moving or dropoutsUploaded byViresh Singh
- CENTER of MASS , collision .physics@vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- for 12th class physics :Practice test on electrostatic FIELD , POTENTIAL & ENERGY@vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- SAMPLE TEST for JEE Advance Mod+Optics.pdf@VireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- Rigid body physics@vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- AIEEE 2013 physics @viresh -5 aprilUploaded byViresh Singh
- Past@vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- PHYSICS @ Viresh_iitk /test-2-JEE-2012Uploaded byViresh Singh
- Physics 7@ vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- physics @ Viresh_iitk // 1 DUploaded byViresh Singh
- Physics@Viresh_iitk //test -3 for IIT JEE-2012Uploaded byViresh Singh
- Physics 6 @ Viresh_iitkUploaded byViresh Singh
- physics@viresh_iitk / Test-1-JEE2012Uploaded byViresh Singh
- test-05 ( modern physics plus) /iit-JEE/Physics @vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- Circular Motion@viresh_iitkUploaded byViresh Singh
- sample test 04 for IIT-JEE/AIEEE-@vireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- test /questions for IIT-JEE/AIEEE-2012 @ VireshUploaded byViresh Singh
- Magnetics ..for JEEUploaded byViresh Singh
- QUIZ : Physics 1d,2d kinematics @ Physics @ Viresh ( 7th march )Uploaded byViresh Singh

- Harmonic Excitation 1Uploaded byChristopher Ysit
- C6_Part3_V3Uploaded byOsman Kutlu
- Electro Masgnetic Propulsion system.pdfUploaded byFidel Silassie
- MagnetismUploaded byrchandra2473
- FKM Guideline: Strengths, Limitations and Experimental ValidationUploaded byAnonymous wdnkofW
- Casing DesignUploaded byndlr81
- InfoGraph exercise exampleUploaded byhipergrass
- Fundamentals of Vortex-Induced VibrationUploaded byVikram Nikam
- EBCS-4.pdfUploaded byAbera Mulugeta
- Non linear anilysis of reinforced concreteUploaded byYerkoCastellónVillarroel
- Mechanical Interview QuestionsUploaded byz_sheeraz
- Industrial Robot (1)Uploaded bySarah Emma
- 88_ftp-libre (1)Uploaded bypouya agabeygi
- 5 3 First Law of ThermodynamicsUploaded byHammad
- entropy-16-02549Uploaded byAmritansh Ranjan
- BB101Uploaded byFly Withme
- Test+FyBCh20 21NVC06+Magnetic+Induction+&+AC+CircuitsUploaded byEpic Win
- Advanced FRF based determination of structural inertia propertiesUploaded byVenu Kishore
- Robo Analyzer User ManualUploaded byaustinvishal
- Transverse Shear for project 2Uploaded byboobybobert
- Relationship of Torque and Shaft Size _ Pumps & Systems MagazineUploaded byaniketthorat03
- Chapter 2 force and motion(Teacher)Uploaded byFahmi Ami
- Improving Engine Crane DesignUploaded byKhalil Ali
- Concrete Stress-Strain.pdfUploaded byManuel Antunes Luis
- Experimental Study using Earthquake Shake TableUploaded byIRJET Journal
- EEE 43 Problem Set 1Uploaded byRuben_Aldave_4254
- QuasiMoroUploaded byLaye Gueye
- Weight & Bolting_Rev0Uploaded byNasrul Adli
- White_Ed 6_P4.26Uploaded byAnonymous RJtBkn
- 3D PendulumUploaded byoscarjofk