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A vectora istr:rned withotrt a change in itslength through asmallangle d0.what areI eIandAa? Doesthespeedometer ofa carmeasure speed or velocity?Explain. whenaparticle moveswith constantvelocity, itsaverage velocityand its instantaneous velocityspeed areequal. Comment onthis statement. trn agiventimeinterual, is thetotaldistrlac-em-ent rallo n product ofa particle eQr ofthe average velocity andthetimeinterval, evenwhenthevelocityis notconstant? Explain. " can youhavezerodisplacement andanonzero average velocity?can youhave a zerodisplacement andanonzero velocity?Illustate youranswer ona x_tgraph. Atwhichpointon itspathaprojectile hasthesmallest speed? A person standing ontheedge ofa cliffat some heightabove theground belowthrowsoneball sfiaight upwith initial speed u andthenthrows another ballrtrigt t ooo* with thesame initial speed. which ball, ifeither,hasthelargerspeed whenit hitstheground? tieglect air resistance. An airplane on flood relief missionhasto dropa sackof rice exactlyin thecenter of a circleonthe ground while flying atapredetermined heightandspeed. Whatis sodifficult about that? why doesn,t it just dropthesack whenit is directlyabove thecircle.

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Q' 12 Giveanexample from yourownexperience in whichthevelocityof anobjectis zeroforjust aninstant oftime,butits acceleration isnotzero.

Q.13

A ball is droppedfrom rest from the top of a building and strikes the ground with a speedvr. From groundlevel, asecondballistlnown staightupwardatthesameinstantthatthe firstball is dropped. The initial speedofthesecondballisvo:v* thesame speedwithwhichthefirstball will eventually strikethe ground.Ignoring air resistance, decidewhetherthe balls crosspathsat halfthe heightofthe building, abovethehalfuay point, or below the halfivay point. Give your reasoning. Themuzde velocity of a gun is thevelocity ofthe bullet when it leavesthe banel. The muzle velocity of onerifle with a shortbarel is greaterthan the muzzle velocity of anotherrifle that hasa loner barrel.ln uihich rifle is the accelerationof thebullet larger?Explain your reasoning. On a riverboat cruise, a plastic bottle is accidentally dropped overboard.A passenger on the boat estimate thatthe boat pulls aheadof the bottle by 5 meterseachsecond. Is it possibleto concludethat the boat is moving at 5 m/s with respectto the shore?Account for your answer. A wrench is accidentallydroppedfrom the top of the maston a sailboat.Will the wrench hit at the same placeon the deckwhetherthe sailboatis at restor moving with a constantvelocity? Justifr yor:r answer. Is the accelerationof a projectile equalto zero when it reaches the top of its trajectory?Ifnot, why not? A child is playing on the floor of a receational vehicle (RD asit moves along the highway at a constant velocity.Hehas atoycamon, which shoots amarbleatafixedangle andspeed withrespecttothefloor. The cannoncan be aimed toward the front or the rear ofthe RV. Is the rangetoward the front the same as,lessthan,or greaterthan the rangetoward the rear?Answer this question(a) from the child's point of view and (b) from the point ofview of an observerstandingstill on the ground. Justify your answers.

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Q.19 Threeswimmers can swim equally fast relative to the water.They have araceto seewho can swim acrossa river in the leasttime. SwimmerA swims perpendicular to the currentandlandson the far shore downstream,because the current has swep him in that direction. Swimmer B swims upstreamat an angleto the current and lands on the far shoredirectly opposite the starting point. Swimmer C swims downstreamat an angle to the current in an attemptto take advantageof the current. Who crossesthe river in the leasttime? Account for vour answer.

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Theacceleration ofa particle whichmoves along thepositive x-axis varies with its position as shown.If thevelocityof thepanicleis 0.8m/satx:- 0 , thevelocityof the particleat x = I .4 is(inm/s) (A) 1.6 (B) 1.2 (c) 1.4 (D) noneofthese

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starts position fromthepositionxo:-15m,thenits att:2s will be Q.12 Ifthe particle ( C)10m (A)-sm (B)sm (D) 15m Q.l3 Themaximumdisplacementoftheparticleis (A) 33.3 (B)23.3 ( C) 18.3 m m m

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Q. 16 A particlestartsmoving rectilinearly at time t : 0 suchthat its velocity V' changes with time 't' according to the equationv : t2- t wheret is in seconds v is in and m/s. The time interval for which the particle

retards is ( A) t < l l 2

(B )1 1 2 <t<1

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Withwtratvelocityshould another ballbethrown Q.17 A ballisthrownverticallydownwith velocityof 5m/s. st downafter2 seconds sothht it canhit the I ball in 2 seconds (A) 40m/s (B) 55m/s (C) 15m/s (D)25 m/s

Q.l8 Aparticle is projectedvertically upwardsfrom apointAonthe ground.Ittakest, timeto reacha point B but it still continuesto move up. If it takesfrrttrer ! time to reachthe groundfrom point B thenheight

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in suchawaythatthenextball is thrownwhentheprevious oneis at Q.19 Ballsaretluownverticallyupward themaximumheight.Ifthemaximumheightis 5m,thenumberofballsthrownperminuteurillbe (A) 40 (B) 50 (c) 60 (D) 120 restundergravityandreboundingfromasolidsr:rfaceis Q.20 Thevelocity-timegraphofabodyfallingfrom

represented by which ofthe following graphs?

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in a vertical planehastwo grovesof samelength directedalong e.2 1 A disc arranged thevertical chordAB and CD asshowninthe fig. The sameparticlesslide is down alongAB and CD. The ratio ofthe time tAB/tcD

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Qaestion No. 22 to 24 (3 questions) A projectile is thrown with a velocity of 50 ms-l at an angleof 53" with the horizontal Q.22 statement Choosetheincorrect (A) It fravelsvertically with a velocity of 40 ms-l @) It tavels horizontallywith a velocity of 30 ms-r . iC) ttre minimum velocity ofthe projectile is 30 ms-l (D)Noneofthese Determinethe irstants at which the projectile is at the sameheight (c )t = 2 s a n dt : 6 s (D)a llt h e a b o v e ( A) t: 1 sandt= 7s (B ) t:3s andt: 5 s The equationofthe najectoryis given by (A) tSOy:240x-t',2 (B) lS0Y:*--240x

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from ahorizontalplane(x-z plane)suchthatits velocityvectorattinie t is givenby Aparticle is projected V = ui + (b - ct) j . Its rangeon the horizontal planeis given by

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from time abird starts At thesame of projection. angle atsome Aball is thrownfrom apointon ground flight in its u. Giventhat with speed h horizontatly ataheight thispointofprojection above apointdirectly strikes ground whereball on thebird atonepoint.Findthedistance balljust touches (A)2u (B) u

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Its speed of 530 to horizontal. fromtop of atowerwith avelocityof 5 m/satanangle A ball is projected is : whenit is at aheightof 0.45m fromthepointof projection (D)datainsufficient. (C) 4 m/s (B) 3 m/s (A) 2 m/s

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itreachesground. ( A) 6m (B ) 10m

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at anangleof 37oasshownin figure.Theman Q.30 A ball is hit by a batsman u: I 5ms-r theball runatwhatmirimum velocitysothathecatches ' atP should standing b e f o r e i tstri ke sth e g ro u n d .A s sum ethatheightofmanisnegligiblein^ i-F-B' heightofprojectile. to maximum comparison ----q-5*-' (B) 5 msr (A) i msr (C)9 ms-' @) 12mrr

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when its directionof motion u at anangle0 with thehorizontal.Its speed A projectileis fired with a speed makesan angle'c' with the horizontal is (C) u cos0seca @) u sin0 seca sincr (B) u secO (A) u secO coscr,

0 with the whichis inclinedatanangle to. th9slope is firedwith a velocityatright anelg A projectile e.32 ninzontal.TheexpressionfortherangeRalongtheinclineis -'2 Zvz _. atanOsec0 Zv, .. ^ Ltan2e 2vz _- atane (D) (C) (A) -secg 1n;

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0 withthehorizontal angle speed suchthatAmakes arethrownwiththesame e.34 TwoprojectilesAandB angle 0 withthe vertical,then andBmakes height maximum same (B) mustachieve timeofflight (A) Bothmusthive same loth time of flight thanB (D) Bothryayhavesame range iCi A musthavemorehorizontal As thebombdropsdownfromtheaeroplane, abomb. velocityreleases flying ataconstant e.3 5 An aeroplane aeroplane beverticallybelowthe (A) itwill always is flying horizontally onlyifthe aeroplane aeroplane the below verically be 1gi it wiUalways of45otothe is flyingatanangle aeroplane only ifthe aeroplane iCiit*iff ahaysbeverticallybelowthe horizontal is flyinghorizontally ifthe ae,roplane theaeroplane fall behind (D) it will gradually willbe inthe airforthelongesttime? Whichbaseball baseballs. several aplayerhits e.36 Suppose

(A) The onewith the farthestrange. maximum height' @) The onewhich reaches initial velocity' (C) The onewith the greatest

1D;Th"o''.leavingthebatat45owithrespecttotheground. Question No. 37 A 38 (2 questions) At t: 0 a projectile is fired from a point O(taken as origin) on the groundwith a speedof 50 m/s at an angleof 53owith the horizontal. It just passes two points A & B eachat height 75 m abovehorizontal as shown. pointsA and B is Q.37 The horizontal separationbetrveenthe

(A) 30m

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(D) 120 (c) 60 (B) 100 (A) 60Jt . \,.i . . not does reach thetop.If theescalator onanescalatorYd standing for apassenger oneminute It takes ifhe atthetop to arrive forthepassenger to walkup. Howlongwill it take him3 minute it takes move

? walksupthemovingescalator (D) 35 sec (C) 40 sec (B) 45 sec (A) 30 sec a maximumheightof h. with sucha velocitythatit reaches Q.40 A bodyA is thrownverticallyupwards notreborurd. the groundanddoes from height h. It strikes bodyn is dropped another Simultaneously by : (upwarddirectionis positive) ThevelocityoiArelative to B v/s time graphis bestrepresented

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A body is thrown up in a lift with a velocity u relativeto the lift andthe time of flight is fourd to bet. The acceleration with which the lift is moving up is

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Question No. 42 to 45 (1 questions) Two projectilesareth,rownsimultaneously inthe sameplanefrom the samepoint. Iftheirvelocities arev, andv, at angles0, and 0, respectivelyfrom the horizontal, then answerthe following questions The trajectory of particle 1 with respectto particle 2 will be (A) aparabola @)astaightline (C) a vertical straightline @) a horizontal suaightline

theincorrect statement thenchoose Q.43 Ifv,cos0, = vrcos0r, (A) oneparticlewill remainexactlybelowor above theotherparticle the trajectory of one with respect to will be averticalstraightline other @) (C) bothwill havethesame range (D)noneofthese thenchoose theincorrect statement Q.44 Ifvrsin0, :vrsinO2, (A) thetime of flight of boththeparticles will besame the maximum particles height attained by the will besame @) (C) thetrajectory of onewith respect to another will beahorizontalstraightline none ofthese @) If v, : v, and0, ) 02,thenchoose theincorrect statement :'ot (A) Particle 2 moves undertheparticle1 (B) Theslope ofthe trajectory ofparticle2 with respect to 1is always positive (C) Boththe particle will have thesame range ifel > 45oande2< 45oand0, * 0r:99" (D) none ofthese = 5 kmlhr.He enters A swimmer swimsin still waterat a speed a 200m wide river,havingriver flow Q.46 : speed 4 km/hr atpointA andproceeds to swimat anangl e of 127"(sin 37o: 0.6)with theriver flow pointB is located direction. Another directlyacross A ontheotherside. Theswimmer lands ontheother = 3 km/hr.Thetotaltimein which bankatapoint C, from whichhewalksthedistance CB with a speed hereachrs fromAto B is (A) 5 minutes (C)3 minutes (D)None @)4minutes of 5 km/hr.in still water, crosses ariver of width I km alongtheshonest possible Q.47 A boathavinga speed pathin I 5 minutes. Thespeed ofthe river in Km/hr. (A) 1 (B)3 (c)4 O) JAT

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A flagis mounted on acarmovingdueNorthwith velocityof 20km/hr.Strong windsareblowingdue East with velocityof 20km/hr.Thefl agwill pointin direction (A)East (C) South-East (D) South @) North- East - West

a river flowing with velocityof 5 m/s.Hereaches apoint Q.49 A manis crossing directly across ata distance of 60m in 5 sec. His velocityin still watershould be (A) 12mls 13 @) m/s (C) 5 mis @) l0m/s at speed of 2 m/swhichcauses therainto fall atsome Q.50 Windis blowingin thenorthdirection angle with thevertical. With whatvelocityshould acyclistdrivesothattlrerainappears verticalto him : (A) 2 m/ssouth (B) 2 m/snorth (C) 4 m/swest @) a ds south

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4 mrr in oppositedirection of the initial velocity ofblock. Ifthe block stopsslipping on the belt after (s) 4 secof the throwing then choosethe correct statements (A) Displacementwith respectto groundis zero after2.66 andmagnitudeof displacementwith respect to groundis 12 m after 4 sec. (B) Magnitudeof displacement with respect to groundin 4 secis 4 m. (C) Magnitudeof displacement with respect to belt in 4 secis 12m. Displacement ground with respect to is zero in 8/3 sec. @)

Q.2

A particle has initial velocity 10m/s. It movesdueto constantretardingforce alongthe line ofvelocity whichproducesaretardationof 5 m/s2. Then (A) themaximum displacement in thedirectionof initial velocity is l0 m (B) the distance travelledin first 3 seconds is 7.5 m (C,)the distance travelledin first 3 seconds is 12.5m (D) the distance havelled in first 3 seconds is 17.5m. Velocity-timegraphfor a car is semicircle asshownhere.Which ofthe following is correct: (A) Car must move in circularpath. (B) Accelerationofcar is neverzero. (C) Mean speedofthe particle is n/4 m/s. (D) The carmakesatumonce during its motion. Markthecorrectstatements foraparticle goingonastraightline (A) ifthe velocity is zeroat any instant,the accelerationshould also be zero at that instant is zeroat any instantwithin thetime interval @) ifthe velocity is zerofor a time interval,the acceleration (C) ifthe velocity andacceleration haveoppositesign,theobjectis slowing down position ifthe and velocity have oppositesign,the particle is moving towardsthe origln @) Aparticle initiallyat restissubjectedtotwoforces.One isconstant,thestherisaretardingforce proportionalto the particle velocity. In the subsequent motion ofthe particle : (A) the accelerationwill increasefrom zero to a constantvalue (B/ the acceleration will decrease from its initial value to zero \ (C) thevelocity will increasefrom zeroto maximum & then decrease from zeroto aconstantvalue. @) the velocitywill increase Let V and d denotethe velocity andacceleration respectively of a body in one{imensional motion (A) | V I mustdecrease when d <0 when d > 0 @) Speedmustincrease (C) Speedwill inoease when both i and d are < 0 (D) Speedwill decrease when i <0 and d >0 The figwe showsthe velocity (v) of a particle plotted againsttime (t) (A) Theparticle changes its direction ofmotion at somepoint @) The accelerationofthe particle remainsconstant (C) The displacement ofthe particleis zero (D) The initial andfural speeds oftheparticle arethesame

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aretnreforamovingbody? Whichofthefollowing statements (A) Ifits speedchanges,its velocity must changeand it must have someacceleration @) Ifits velocity changes,its speedmust changeand it musthave someacceleration (C) If its velocity changes,its speedmay or may not change,and it must have someacceleration @) If its speedchangesbut direction of motion doesnot change,its velocity may remain constant respectively of a body Let v anda denotethe velocity and acceleration = (A) a can be non zero when v 0 @) amustbezerowhenv:0 (C) a may be zero when v 7 0 @) The direction of a must have someconelation with the direction ofv The displacement x of a particle dependon time t asx : crt2 - Ft3 (A) particle will return to its startingpoint aftertime $ . p I !

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Aprojectileofmass l kg isprojectedwithavelocityof Jn *ttsuchthatitsuikesonthesamelevel of .,6 m. Whichofthe following optionsareincorrect: asthepointofprojectionata distance (A) thema:rimum canbe 0.25m. height reached bytheprojectile @)theminimumvelocityduringits motioncanbe r,E rr,lt (C)thetimetaken fortheflightcanbe {, potential (D) maximum duringits motioncanbe6J. energy

E sec.

(s) thecorrect altemative Q.12 Choose greatesthorizontal (A) Ifthe geatestheighttowhichaman ish,thenthe canthrowastone upto distance is 2h. whichhecantlrowthestone (B) Theangleofprojectionforaprojectile motionwhose range R is ntimesthemanimum heightis tan-r(4/n) (C) Thetime of flight T andthe horizontalrangeR of a projectileareconnected by the equation = gT2 2Rtan0 ofprojection. where0 is theangle (D) A ball is thrownverticallyup.Anotherball is thrownat anangle0 with thevertical.Bothof them periodoftime. Thentheratioofheightsattained remainin air for thesame by thetwo ballsI : I . Q.l3 Abeadis freeto slidedownasmoothwiretightly sfietchedbetweenpointsAand B onavertical circle. point onthecircle starts Ifthe bead from restatA, thehighest A (A) its velocityv onarrivingatB is proportional to cosO to tanO @) its velocityv onarrivingatB is proponional (C) time to arriveatB is proportional to cos0 (D) timeto arriveatB is independent ofO

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for horizontal motiorl thex & y Q.I 4 IfT is thetotaltime of flight, h is themaximumheight& R is therange co-ordinates ofprojectilemotionandtimet arerelated as:

y:*(+) A) ('-+)

(c)v=+r'[r)[t-I] \",, J '-\T/ ['-;j

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(D)v-n,(R)f, - -XJ \ut r t, R)

A particle movesin the xy planewith a constantacceleration'g'in the negativey-direction. Its equation ofmotion is y: *-O*', where a and b areconstants.Which ofthe following are conect? (A) The x-component'of its velocity is constant.

{;, (C)At theorigir\ its velocitymakes anangle tan-t(a) with thex-axis. exactlylike aprojectile. @) Thepaniclemoves of ahorizontal tablewith velocity4 m/s.It hitstheground Q.16 A ball is rolledoffalong theedge aftertime 0.4s.Whichofthefollowingarecorrect? (A) Theheightofthetable is 0.8m ground atanangle of60owiththevertical @) Ithits the (C) It covers a horizontaldistance I .6m from thetable with verticalvelocity4 m/s @) It hitstheground is projected from theground with velocityu atangle 0 with horizontal. Q.17 A particle Thehorizontal range, maximum heightandtimeof flight areR, H andT respectively. Theyaregivenby, u2sin20 0 2usinO u2sin2 ,H:- ;- andT= - ;, Now keeping u asfixed,0 is variedfrom 30oto 60".Then, (A) R will first increase thendeoease, H will increase andT will decrease (B) Rwill first increase thendecrease rryhile H andT bothwill increase (C) R will decrease while H andT will increase whileH andT will increase @) R will increase *= moves with constant speedv along aregularhexagonABCDEF Q.18 Aparticlg in thesame order. Thenthe magnitude ofthe average velocityfor its motionfromAto (A) F is v/5 (C) C is v,lltZ @) D is vR @) B is v moves with a constant speed alongthelinejoining two statiolrary Q.I 9 An observer objects. He will observe thatthetwoobjects (A) havethesame speed thesame velocity @) have (c)aroveinthe same direction directions @) moveinopposite movittgcart facing thedirection ofmotion,throwsaballstraight Q.20 A manonarectilinearly upwith respect .-tohimself ' (A)Theballwillalwaysretumtohim rehrmto him @) Theballwill never (c) Theballwill returnto him if thecartmoves with constant velocity The ball will fatl behind him ifthe cart moves with some acceleration @)

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Q.6 Q.7 Q.8 ofprojectile is smallestat the highestpoint. Speed Boththeballswillhitthe groundwithsamespeed. If sackofrice is droppedwhen it isjust abve the cente it will fall aheadofcircle because sackwill have velocity sameasplanein horizontal direction. I't Curve at particular time x hasmore than onevalue hencenot a l-D motion.

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Length of a moving body cannot decrease with time A ball moving forward collides with surfacereboundsand stopsafter IId collision Aball repeteadlymaking inelastic collisionswithfloor. Collisionofaballwithsurface. {Surfacehaslargevelocityforshorttime.}

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is incorrect car cannot travel aroundtrack with eonstantvelocity asdirection is continuously clunging. correct

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place onthedeckirrespective of thatboatis atrestor movingbecause wrench will hit atthesame Q.I 6 Yes velocityandwhenboatis movingbothwill have whenboatis atrestwrench will havezerohorizontally same horizontal velocity. throughout remains constant thejourney: g oftheprojectile Q.17 Acceleration Q.l8 in boththecases. will besame In childpointofview range In ground frameofreference V"r:V.-Vt V.:V", + V, : V. cos0 + Vr Range will bemore For front rangeV""*on : Range V""*on V" cos0 - V, will beless For RearRange (a) (b)

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