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6679

Edexcel GCE

Mechanics M3

(New Syllabus)

Advanced/Advanced Subsidiary

Monday 14 January 2002 Afternoon

Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Materials required for examination Items included with question papers

Answer Book (AB16) Nil

Graph Paper (ASG2)

Mathematical Formulae (Lilac)

Candidates may use any calculator EXCEPT those with the facility for symbolic

algebra, differentiation and/or integration. Thus candidates may NOT use calculators

such as the Texas Instruments TI 89, TI 92, Casio CFX 9970G, Hewlett Packard HP

48G

Instructions to Candidates

In the boxes on the answer book, write the name of the examining body (Edexcel), your

centre number, candidate number, the unit title (Mechanics M3), the paper reference (6679),

your surname, other name and signature.

Whenever a numerical value of g is required, take g = 9.8 m s

2

.

When a calculator is used, the answer should be given to an appropriate degree of accuracy.

Information for Candidates

A booklet Mathematical Formulae and Statistical Tables is provided.

Full marks may be obtained for answers to ALL questions.

This paper has seven questions. Pages 7 and 8 are blank.

Advice to Candidates

You must ensure that your answers to parts of questions are clearly labelled.

You must show sufficient working to make your methods clear to the Examiner. Answers

without working may gain no credit.

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This publication may only be reproduced in accordance with Edexcel copyright policy.

Edexcel Foundation is a registered charity. 2001 Edexcel

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1. A particle P of mass 0.2 kg moves away from the origin along the positive x-axis.

It moves under the action of a force directed away from the origin O, of

magnitude

1

5

+ x

N, where OP = x metres. Given that the speed of P is 5 m s

1

when x = 0, find the value of x, to 3 significant figures, when the speed of P is

15 m s

1

.

(8)

2. One end of a light elastic string, of natural length 2 m and modulus of elasticity

19.6 N, is attached to a fixed point A. A small ball B of mass 0.5 kg is attached to

the other end of the string. The ball is released from rest at A and first comes to

instantaneous rest at the point C, vertically below A.

(a) Find the distance AC.

(6)

(b) Find the instantaneous acceleration of B at C.

(3)

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3. Figure 1

C

A B

A rod AB, of mass 2m and length 2a, is suspended from a fixed point C by two

light strings AC and BC. The rod rests horizontally in equilibrium with AC

making an angle with the rod, where tan =

4

3

, and with AC perpendicular to

BC, as shown in Fig. 1.

(a) Give a reason why the rod cannot be uniform.

(1)

(b) Show that the tension in BC is

5

8

mg and find the tension in AC.

(5)

The string BC is elastic, with natural length a and modulus of elasticity kmg,

where k is constant.

(c) Find the value of k.

(4)

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4. Figure 2

y

R

O r x

Figure 2 shows the region R bounded by the curve with equation y

2

= rx, where r

is a positive constant, the x-axis and the line x = r. A uniform solid of revolution

S is formed by rotating R through one complete revolution about the x-axis.

(a) Show that the distance of the centre of mass of S from O is

3

2

r.

(6)

The solid is placed with its plane face on a plane which is inclined at an angle

to the horizontal. The plane is sufficiently rough to prevent S from sliding. Given

that S does not topple,

(b) find, to the nearest degree, the maximum value of .

(4)

5. A cyclist is travelling around a circular track which is banked at 25 to the

horizontal. The coefficient of friction between the cycles tyres and the track is

0.6. The cyclist moves with constant speed in a horizontal circle of radius 40 m,

without the tyres slipping.

Find the maximum speed of the cyclist.

(10)

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6. The points O, A, B and C lie in a straight line, in that order, where OA = 0.6 m,

OB = 0.8 m and OC = 1.2 m. A particle P, moving along this straight line, has a

speed of ( ) 3

10

3

m s

1

at A, ( ) 5

5

1

m s

1

at B and is instantaneously at rest at C.

(a) Show that this information is consistent with P performing simple harmonic

motion with centre O.

(5)

Given that P is performing simple harmonic motion with centre O,

(b) show that the speed of P at O is 0.6 m s

1

,

(2)

(c) find the magnitude of the acceleration of P as it passes A,

(2)

(d) find, to 3 significant figures, the time taken for P to move directly from A

to B.

(4)

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7. Figure 3

a C

O

B

A

Figure 3 shows a fixed hollow sphere of internal radius a and centre O. A particle

P of mass m is projected horizontally from the lowest point A of a sphere with

speed ( ag

2

7

). It moves in a vertical circle, centre O, on the smooth inner surface

of the sphere. The particle passes through the point B, which is in the same

horizontal plane as O. It leaves the surface of the sphere at the point C, where OC

makes an angle with the upward vertical.

(a) Find, in terms of m and g, the normal reaction between P and the surface of

the sphere at B.

(4)

(b) Show that = 60.

(7)

After leaving the surface of the sphere, P meets it again at the point A.

(c) Find, in terms of a and g, the time P takes to travel from C to A.

(4)

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