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1) Name the physical quantity whose dimensional formula is same as that of the gravitational potential.

2) Find the angle between A and B if |A B| ! A. B ") #an the tra$ectory of pro$ectile be a straight line. %) &hat is the effect of pressure on the velocity of sound in air. '. Name the largest and smallest practical unit of energy and give relation. ((). &rite the dimensional formula for *niversal +ravitational constant. ,. &hat do you mean by centre of mass.. &hy do we use long wires to measure the /oung0s modulus1. 2tate Newton0s 3aw of cooling. . 14. 5ow much faster does sound travel in hydrogen than in o ygen. 11. 6he velocity 7of water wave may depend upon their wavelength the density of water and the acceleration due to gravity g. Find the relation between these quantities by method of dimensions. 12. 8educe the relation for motion of an ob$ect along a straight line with constant acceleration9702 ( v2 ! 2a : 0 ; ) 1". 5ow can you e plain flying of a bird is an e ample of resultant of two vectors. 1%. 6wo e actly similar wires of steel and copper are stretched by equal forces. <f the total elongation is 1 em. Find by how much is each wire elongated given /s ! 24 1411 dyne/cm2, /c ! 12 1411 dyne=cm2. 1'. A body of mass m is ta>en from distance r1 to r2 from the centre of the earth. &hat is wor> required to displace the body. 1). 2tate is 2tefan0s law- &rite are the 2< units of 2tefan0s constant1,. 8efine angle of repose and. prove that angle of repose is equal to the angle ?f friction. 1.. 2how the total mechanical energy of a body Falling freely under gravity is conserved. 11. 8erive a relation between moment of inertia and angular momentum. 24. Find the .unit vector perpendicular to each of the vectors 1\ 1\ 1\ 1\ 1\ 1\ " i @ $ @ 2> and 2i ( 2$. @ % > 21.2tate and prove principle of conservation of linear momentum and e plain anyone application. 22. A bullet has a mass of 24 g and is moving with a speed of 1444 cm=s. <t can penetrate 14 cm of a given target before coming to rest <f the same target were only ) cm thic>A what will be the speed and B.C. of the bulletA when its comes out2". 2tate and e plain Archimedes principle. 2%. A particle starting form rest and moving with uniform acceleration of 4." m=s2describes 1=2'th of the whole distance in the last second of its motion. 5ow long has it been in motion and what is the whole distance2'. 2tate the law of equipartition of energy. *sing this lawA show that for a perfect diatomic gas y! 1.% &here yis the ratio of two specific heats. 2). 8erive an e pression for the e cess pressure inside an air bubble. 2,. A boy stands at ,..% m from a building and throws a ballA which $ust enters a window "1.2m above the ground. #alculate the velocity of pro$ection of the ball. 2..8erive an e pression for torque in #artesian #oordinates. 21. 8erive escape velocity and derive an e pression for it. "4. Cstablish Bornoulli0s equation for liquid flowA &hat does the equation essentially represent"1. &hat is a #arnot engine- 8escribe its wor>ing and derive an e pression for its efficiency. "2. 8erive the equation of state for adiabatic process by using this equation. Find the pressure

required to compress adiabatically a gas at atmospheric pressure to one fifth of its volume :y! 1.%) "". 8erive the relations for the >inetic energy potential energy and total energy of a body e ecuting 2.5.D. <n what positionsA the energy is wholly >inetic or wholly potential"%. C plain 8oppler0s effect in sound. ?btain an e pression for the apparent frequency of sound when the listner is moving towards stationary source.