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NERUL / POWAI

TOPICS: LAWS OF MOTION&

FRICTION

SECTION-I

This section contains 10multiple

choice questions. Each question has

4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its

answer, out which ONLY ONE is

correct.

1. The tension T in the thread shown in fig is

(a) 10 N

196 N

(b) zero

(c) 98 N

(d)

2. A body of weight 50 N is in

equilibrium on a horizontal

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force acting on the body and the normal force

will be

(a) 2N, 3N

(b) 5N, 7N

(c) 10 N, 15 N

(d) 20 N, 30 N

3. Three blocks of masses 3 kg, 6

kg and 1 kg are connected by a

string passing over two smooth pulleys

attached at the two ends of a frictionless

horizontal surface. The acceleration of 3kg

mass is

(a) 1ms

(b) 2 ms

(c) 3ms

(d) 4 ms

2

boats at rest oriented towards

each other. A sailor in the first boat pulls the

rope with a constant force of 100 N. First boat

with the sailor has a mass of 250 kg whereas

the mass of second boat is double of that

mass. If the initial distance between the boats

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meet each other is

(a) 13.8 s

(b) 18.3 s

(c) 3.18 s

(d)

31.8 s

5. Let be the coefficient of friction

between blocks of mass m and

M. The pulleys are frictionless and strings are

massless. Acceleration of mass m is

2mg

5mg

(a) M 5m 2m

(b) m 5M 2m

(c)

2 5mg

M 5m 2m

5 2mg

m 5m 2m

(d)

m

and

respectively

are

connected with the help of a pulley and string

as shown. Upper surface of vehicle is smooth

but vertical surface is rough.

Given a = g/7 and m 7.5 m .If B2 is about to

slide,coefficient of friction between block B

and side of vehicle is

1

(a) 0.4

0.3

(b) 0.5

(c) 0.6

inextensible string. Tension in

horizontal part of string is

Mg

3

2

(a) mg

(b) mg

(c) 3

(d)

(d)

300

Mg

2

acceleration of M with respect

to ground is 5 m s , then

(a) Acceleration of m with respect to M is 5 m s

(b) Acceleration of m with respect to ground is

2

5 m s2

(d) Acceleration of m with respect to ground is

2

10 m s 2

vertically with a speed of 5ms and rebounds

with the same speed. The ball remains in

contact with the surface for 0.01s. The average

force exerted by the surface on ball is

1

(a) 100 N

(b) 10 N

(d) 0.1 N

(c) 1 N

mass 2m are placed on a fixed

triangular wedge by means of

massless, inextensible string and a frictionless

pulley as shown. The wedge is inclined at 45 to

horizontal on both sides. The coefficient of

friction between block A and wedge is 2/3 and

that between block B and wedge is 1/3. If

system of A and B is released from rest then

acceleration of A is

(a) zero

(b) 1ms

(c) 2 ms

(d) 3ms

0

SECTION-II

This section contains 7 multiple

choice questions. Each question has

4 choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its

answer, out which ONE OR MORE

is/are correct.

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(b) the force on the clamp c is 2 mg

(c) the force on the clamp by the pulley is

3

2

4

mg

(d) the force on the clamp by the pulley is

3 2

mg

12. Let F, F and f denote the magnitudes of the

contact force, normal force and the friction

exerted by one surface on the other kept in

contact. If none of these is zero.

(a) F F

(b) F f

(c) F f

(d) F f f F f

N

between two bodies

(a) Static friction is always greater than the

kinetic friction

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greater than the coefficient of kinematic

friction.

(c) Limiting friction is always greater than

kinetic friction.

(d) Limiting friction is never less than static

friction

14. Consider a vehicle going on a horizontal road

towards east. Neglect any force by the air. The

frictional force on the vehicle by the road

(a) is towards east if the vehicle is accelerating

(b) is zero if the vehicle is moving with a

uniform velocity

(c) must be towards east

(d) must be towards west.

15. Figure shows a heavy block

kept on a frictionless

surface and being pulled by

two ropes of equal mass m. At t = 0, the force

on the left rope is withdrawn but the force on

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the magnitudes of the force by the right rope

and the left rope on the block respectively.

(a) F F Ffor t 0

(b) F F F mg for t 0

(c) F F, F Ffor t 0

(d) F F, F F for t 0

1

are light and frictionless. The tension in the

string will be

2mg sin

masses of two blocks A and B,

respectively such that M M . A weightless

spring balance S is connected by ideal strings

passing over ideal pulleys. The reading of the

spring balance (in kg wt) is

2M M

M M

(a) M M

(b) 2

(c) M M

(d)

1

4M1M 2

M1 M 2

This section contains 2 groups of

questions. Each question has 4

choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) for its

answer, out of which ONLY ONE is

correct.

An adventurous archeologist crosses between two

rock cliffs by slowly going hand over hand

along a rope stretched between the cliffs. He stops

to rest at the middle of the rope as shown in the

figure. The rope will break if the tension in it

exceeds 2.5 10 N . The mass of the archaeologist is 90

kg. The rope makes an angle 10

1

[sin 10 = .1736; cos 10 = .9848 , 0.1736 5.733 ]

4

(a) 3210 N

(b) 2970 N

(d) 2580 N

(c) 2867 N

rope does not break?

(a) sin 0.018 (b) sin 0.036 (c) sin 0.072 (d) sin 0.009

1

This section contains 2 questions. The

answer to each of the questions is a

single digit integer, ranging from 0 to

9. The correct digit below the question

number in the ORS is be bubbled.

(+4, 0)

20. Two blocks one of mass A = 1 kg and B = 2

kg. A force of 5 N is applied on A. Coefficient

of friction between A and B is 0.2 and that of

between B and horizontal surface is zero. Find

the time taken for the front surface of A to

coincide with that of B.

with his legs fixed and comes to rest with an

upward acceleration of magnitude 3g. Force

exerted on him by ground during landing

iskw. Find k =

CHEMBUR / THANE / MULUND/

NERUL / POWAI

TOPIC: LAWS OF MOTION&

FRICTION(ANSWER KEY)

1. c

2.d

8.a

c, d

9.b

10.a

14.a, b

15.a

20.2

3.b

4.b

11.a, c

16.c

17.c

21. 4

5.c

6.b

7.a

12.a, b, d 13.b,

18.d

19.a

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