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# TMA Quiz Questions

TMA: TMA3/PHY111
Matric Number: NOU143573900
PHY111 - ELEMENTARY MECHANICS

1 A string is wound around a wheel of radius 20 cm. How large is the angle through which the
wheel must turn to unwind 30 cm of the string?
86 degrees
47 degrees
75 degrees
54 degrees

2 An electric fan is turning at 3.0 rev/s when it is turned off. it coasts to rest in 18.0s.
Assuming the deceleration is uniform, how many revolution did it turn through while coming
to rest?
27 rev
66 rev
105 rev
130 rev

3 A ball tied to the end of a string is swung in a vertical circle of radius

r
under the influence of gravity. What will be the tension in the string when the ball is at the top
of the path if the its speed is

v
at that point?

Find the angular acceleration.0s. 5.52rad/s2 5 A synchronous satellite circles the earth eastward above equator once every 24h and stays over the same spot on the earth because the earth is rotating at the same rate.55rad/s2 3.m(v2r+1g) m(v2r−1g) m(v2r−g) m(v2r+g) 4 A car with 80-cm diameter wheel starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to a velocity of 20 m/s in 9.5rad/s2 7. What is the orbital radius of the synchronous satellite? 4.2×107m .22rad/s2 44.

4×107m 3. What is the velocity of the synchronous satellite? 9800 m/s 4300 m/s 3100 m/s 2400 m/s 7 If two vectors are represented by two adjacent sides of a parallelogram the resultant is represented in _________ and _________.6.6×107m 2. triangle and rectangle magnitude and dierction parallel and perpendicular scalar and vector 8 The addition of two vectors and gives a third vector known as the --------------of the two vectors resultant .1×107m 6 A synchronous satellite circles the earth eastward above equator once every 24h and stays over the same spot on the earth because the earth is rotating at the same rate.

sum distance displacement 9 The following are examples of vector quantities except displacment velocity accleration speed 10 A car with 80-cm diameter wheel starts from rest and accelerates uniformly to a velocity of 20 m/s in 9. Find the angular velocity.0s. 20 rad/s 50 rad/s 30 rad/s 60 rad/s 11 Which of the following is NOT a unit of energy? joule newton-metre kilowatt-hour watt .

Calculate the average kinetic energy of the sprinter 3.8m/s2 100.42 kJ 13 How much work is done when a bucket of mass 1.7 J 14 Which of the following properties of a ball is conserved as it falls freely in a vacuum? kinetic energy gravitational potential energy monentum mechanical energy 15 Which of the following is not true? .36 kJ 2.6 J 453.5 J 901.3 J 2000.11 kJ 34.83 s.15 kJ 65.5 kg with 10 kg of water in it is pulled up from the bottom of a well 8 m deep? Take g=9.12 A 65 kg sprinter completes a 100 m race in 9.

3.41m/s2 2.3m/s2 2.67m/s2 4. A light inextensible string passing over a small.A crate sliding across the floor does work against frictional forces Work is done if a component a force acting on an object exists in the direction of its displacement A man with a bag of cement on his head does work to move the bag of cement as he walks from place to place on a flat horizontal floor Work is a scalar quantity 16 Which of the following quantities has the same dimensions as work? momentum impulse moment of a force pressure 17 A 2 kg and a 4 kg hang freely at opposite ends of a light inextensible string which passes over a small and light pulley fixed to a rigid support. Calculate the acceleration of the system.67m/s2 18 A 15 kg block rests on the surface of a plane inclined at an of 30 degrees to the horizontal. smooth pulley at the top of the plane connects .

11m/s2 19 A 20 kg block on an inclined plane is pulled up the plane with rope tied to the block.55m/s2 0. The tension in the rope is 250 N and the frictional force on the block is 8. Find the acceleration of the blocks.7m/s2 4.0 N. The 2 kg mass is on the surface of the table assumed to be smooth.the block to another 13 kg block hanging freely.2m/s2 2.79m/s2 4.What is the acceleration of the block? 3. Calculate the acceleration of the system and the tension in the string 6.77m/s2 3. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the 15 kg block and the plane is 0.25.7m/s2 .1m/s2 7. The rope is at angle of 37 degrees above the surface of the plane.6m/s2 20 A block of mass 2 kg is connected to a freely hanging block of mass 4 kg by a light and inextensible string which passes over pulley at the edge of a table. 2.

and 13.6 N 2.4 N 0.3 N 3.3m/s2 and 34.5m/s2 and 32.2 .54m/s2 and 40.