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Gravitation

1.

W and jumped down a wall of height h. Before he

reach the ground he experienced a load of

(a)

zero

(b)

W/2

(c)

W

(d)

2W

2.

density of the earth are related by which of the

following relation? Where g is gravitational

constant and R is radius of the earth

4 gR 2

4 gR 3

(b)

=

(a)

=

3G

3G

3g

3g

(c)

=

(d)

=

4 GR

4 GR 3

3.

4.

5.

6.

(a)

fast

(b)

slow

(c)

constant at every point

(d)

none of the above

Keplers second law regarding constancy of arial

velocity of a planet is a consequence of the law of

conservation of

(a)

energy

(b)

angular momentum

(c)

linear momentum

(d)

none of these

The period of geostationary artificial satellite is

(a)

24 hours

(b)

6 hours

(c)

12 hours

(d)

48 hours

A geostationary satellite is orbiting the earth at a

height of 6R above the surface of the earth, R

being the radius of the earth. The time period of

another satellite at a height of 2.5 R from the

surface of earth is

(b)

6 hr

(a)

6 2 hr

(c)

7.

8.

5 2 hr

(d)

10 hr

are nearly 1013 m and 1012 m respectively.

Assuming that they move in circular orbits, their

periodic times would be in the ratio of

(a)

10

(b)

100

(d)

1000

(c)

10 10

A satellite is orbiting close to the surface of the

earth, then its speed is

(a)

2gR

(b)

(c)

Rg

(d)

Rg

Rg

2

w w w . q u e s t i o n p a p e r s . n e t . i n

9.

were proportional to 1/R (and not as 1/R2) where

R is separation between them, then a particle in

circular orbit under such a force would have its

orbital speed v proportional to

1

(b)

R0

(a)

R2

1

(c)

R1

(d)

R

10.

massive star in a circular orbit of radius R with a

period of revolution T. If the gravitational force of

attraction between the planet and the star is

proportional to R

(a)

T 2 R2

(c)

T2 R

then

7

(b)

T2 R

(d)

T2 R3

11.

R is T. The period of another satellite in circular

orbit of radius 4R is

(a)

T/4

(b)

8T

(c)

2T

(d)

T/8

12.

closest from the Sun at a distance d1 and has a

speed v1. At another point B, when it is farthest

from the sun at a distance d2, its speed will be

d1 v 1

d2 v 1

(b)

(a)

d2

d1

(c)

d12 v 1

d 22

(d)

d 22 v 1

d12

13.

earth is

(a)

6 hours

(b)

12 hours

(c)

24 hours

(d)

365 days

14.

of mass m moving round a planet of mass M,

the velocity of the satellite is given by

gM

GMm

(b)

v2 =

(a)

v2 =

r

r

GM

GM

(d)

v= 2

(c)

v=

r

r

15.

escape velocity. The sum of its kinetic and

potential energy is

(a)

Positive

(b)

Negative

(c)

Zero

(d)

may be positive or negative

Gravitation

17.

18.

approximately (R = 6400 km)

(a)

7 km/sec

(b)

112 km/sec

(c)

12.2 km/sec

(d)

1.1 km/sec

If the earth is 1/4th of its present distance from

the sun, the duration of the year would be

(a)

1/4 of the present year

(b)

1/6 of the present year

(c)

1/8 of the present year

(d)

1/16 of the present year

The relation between escape velocity and orbit

velocity is

1

(b)

ve =

vorb

(a)

ve = 2 v orb

2

(c)

19.

ve = 2vorb

(d)

ve =

3 vorb

(a)

it is closer ot the earth

(b)

it revolves round the earth

(c)

it gets light from the sun

(d)

the escape velocity of gas molecules is

less than their root mean square velocity

here

20.

mass remaining the same, the acceleration due to

gravity on the earths surface would

(a)

decrease by 2%

(b)

remain unchanged

(c)

increase by 2%

(d)

will increase by 9.8%

21.

forces respectively, between the two electrons

situated at a distance of 10 m. The ratio Fg/Fe is of

the order of

(b)

1036

(a)

1043

43

(c)

10

(d)

1036

22.

suppose the earth suddenly shrink uniformly to

half its present size without losing any mass. The

value of g at the same point (assuming that the

distance of the point from the centre of the earth

does not shrink) will become

(b)

4.9 m/sec2

(a)

9.8 m/sec2

2

(c)

19.6 m/sec

(d)

2.45 m/sec2

23.

orbit around the sun as shown in figure. The

kinetic energy of mercury will be greater at

D

Sun

B

E

(a)

(c)

24.

w w w . q u e s t i o n p a p e r s . n e t . i n

16.

(b)

(d)

B

D

circular orbit just above the earths surface is v.

For a satellite orbiting at an altitude of half of the

earths radius, the orbital velocity is

3

ev

(b)

v

(a)

2

2

(c)

25.

A

C

2

v

3

(d)

2

3v

above the surface of the earth is the same as at a

depth x below it, then (both x and h being much

smaller than the radius of the earth)

(a)

x=h

(b)

x=2h

h

(d)

x = h2

(c)

x=

2

1. Ans.: (a)

2. Ans.: (c)

3.Ans.: (a)

4. Ans.: (b)

5. Ans.: (a)

6. Ans.: (a)

7. Ans.: (c)

8. Ans.: (c)

9. Ans.: (b)

10. Ans.: (b)

11. Ans.: (b)

12. Ans.: (a)

13. Ans.: (c)

14. Ans.: (c)

15. Ans.: (b)

16. Ans.: (c)

17. Ans.: (c)

18. Ans.: (a)

19. Ans.: (d)

20. Ans.: (c)

21. Ans.: (c)

22. Ans.: (a)

23. Ans.: (a)

24. Ans.: (c)

25. Ans.: (b)

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