30 views

Uploaded by guruvashistha

physics sample paper Trivium

- 2 Force and Acceleration
- Fundamental of Atmospheric Modeling - Jacobson
- 8 Science Force
- Www.civildesignhelp.info Vv.html
- 3_Nezhad_265-268
- A Level Physics 22 June2013
- CARL J. WENNING- Scientific Epistemology- How Scientists Know What They Know [JPTEO- Autumn 2009]
- 5th IJSO-Test Solution.pdf
- Wedge Fall
- leaves 2
- Rph Sc Year 6 Friction
- ECO2
- Dolly Lesson Plan in Math
- Analysis
- cygnus project
- Atwood's Procedures1 - Revised
- FAHU datasheet
- MÃ ĐỀ 006 .pdf
- Pep Minera Mp Envpep1412009 v2
- The Earth's Atmosphere

You are on page 1of 5

1. Two people sit on a park bench 6.0 ft long, weighing 160 lb. A boy weighing

75lb sits directly over the legs on the left side. A man weighing 170 lb sits 2.0 ft

to the right of the boy. How much weight is supported by each leg on the right

side?

2. Can two velocities be added in such a way as to give a resultant with zero

magnitude? If so, give an example of such a situation.

3. The iron ball shown is being swung in a vertical circle at the end of a 0.7-m

string. How slowly, in ft/s, can the ball go through its top position without

having the string go slack?

bowl of radius 30 cm. Calculate the following: a) the gravitational potential

energy at A relative to B, b) the particle's kinetic energy at B, c) the particle's

speed at B and d) the kinetic energy and potential energy at C.

5. A tube has a pressure difference of 15,000 Pa. The entrance radius is 3 cm and

the exit radius is 1 cm. What is a) the entrance velocity?, b) the exit velocity?

and c) the flow rate if the fluid is gasoline (density of gasoline is 700 kg/m^3)?

maximum height of 8 m. Find the required angle of projection of the shell.

7. A 1.38 kg block at rest on a tabletop is attached to a horizontal spring having

constant 18.1 N/m. The spring is initially unstretched. Find the speed of the

block after it has moved 0.281 m from equilibrium if the surface between

block and tabletop is frictionless. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2.

Answer in units of m/s.

8. A block of mass m = 2.10 kg slides down a 30.0 incline which is 3.60 m high. At

the bottom, it strikes a block of mass M = 6.70 kg which is at rest on a

horizontal surface.

Assume a smooth transition at the bottom of the incline, an elastic collision,

and ignore friction. Determine the speeds of the two blocks after the collision

a) lighter block & b) heavier block. Determine how far back up the incline, the

smaller mass will go?

9. The planet Mars has a mass of 6.1 1023 kg and radius of 3.1 106 m. What is

the acceleration of an object in free fall near the surface of Mars? The value of

the gravitational constant is 6.67259 1011 N m2/kg2. Answer in units of

m/s2.

10.Please tick the correct answer and explain the reason for answer given.

12.Find the resultant of a vector whose component vectors are +6.50m vertically

and +9.60m horizontally.

13.A uniform plank of a length 2.00 m and mass of 30.0kgis supported by three

ropes, as indicated in figure. Find the tension in each rope when a 700N

person is 0.500 m from the left end.

14.You blow up a balloon and pinch the open end closed. Predict what will

happen when you let go of the balloon in terms of Newton's Third Law of

Motion? I predict that the atmospheric air pressure will squeeze the air out of

the balloon when I let go. When the air comes out of the balloon, it exerts a

force on the lower layers of atmospheric air. This is the action. The layers of

atmospheric air are the division of the air in the atmosphere into five layers.

The density of the air in the bottom layer, the one closest to the ground, is

thick but as height increases the upper layers of air get thinner. The reaction

is...?

15.Please answer the question below:

16.A spherical balloon has a radius of 7.35 m and is filled with helium. How large a

cargo can lift it? Given mass is 930kgs.Density of air=1.2kg/m^3.

17.A car approaches a level, circular curve with R = 40 m. If the concrete is dry,

what is the maximum speed the car can negotiate the curve at constant

speed? (Take s = 1.3).

18.A fisherman yanks a fish vertically out of the water with an acceleration of 2.25

m/s2using very light fishing line that has a breaking strength of 25 N. The

fisherman unfortunately loses the fish as the line snaps. What can you say

about the mass of the fish?

19.A 155 N box is suspended from the ceiling by two ropes making an angle

with the horizontal. If is 530 what is the tension on each wire?

20.Compare the weight of a mass of 1 kg at a ceiling of h = 3 m to that on the

floor. On the floor g = 9.8 m/s2.

- 2 Force and AccelerationUploaded byMohd Harris Idris
- Fundamental of Atmospheric Modeling - JacobsonUploaded bysatty02
- 8 Science ForceUploaded byAjay Anand
- Www.civildesignhelp.info Vv.htmlUploaded byconsultor9010
- 3_Nezhad_265-268Uploaded byarqureshi
- A Level Physics 22 June2013Uploaded byInhamul Hassan
- CARL J. WENNING- Scientific Epistemology- How Scientists Know What They Know [JPTEO- Autumn 2009]Uploaded byA Fernando CG
- 5th IJSO-Test Solution.pdfUploaded byВук Радовић
- Wedge FallUploaded byPengintai
- leaves 2Uploaded byapi-324006011
- Rph Sc Year 6 FrictionUploaded byRatnavell Muniandy
- ECO2Uploaded byAndres Campo
- Dolly Lesson Plan in MathUploaded byMarlly Louise Fernando
- AnalysisUploaded byIanGeneroso
- cygnus projectUploaded byapi-366788962
- Atwood's Procedures1 - RevisedUploaded bySeleneblue
- FAHU datasheetUploaded byAdnan Mukadam
- MÃ ĐỀ 006 .pdfUploaded byThảo Nguyễn Cla
- Pep Minera Mp Envpep1412009 v2Uploaded byRahul Kumar
- The Earth's AtmosphereUploaded byWèñmàrk Êràldö
- Anthe Mock Test 4 Ix 2019Uploaded byaditya
- Lecture 1 Engg MechUploaded byTooba Arshad
- Physics-G-IUploaded byAbdallahSaleem
- Another Meaning of DevelopmentUploaded byPathik Partha Basu
- T2 bab 14Uploaded bycikguanuar
- s7(Dynamics).pdfUploaded bycmng
- Hw05 SolutionsUploaded byAniket Parandwal
- SVRphy16.pdfUploaded byanoeta
- CP1 June 2014 WebUploaded byAndrew Orr
- study 101Uploaded byruth anne mamaradlo

- 44.X-RAYSUploaded bymrhard2004
- Physics of Bungee JumpingUploaded byguruvashistha
- 42.Photo Electric EffectUploaded bymrhard2004
- 200 Puzzling Physics Problems.pdfUploaded byguruvashistha
- Ordinary Differential EquationsUploaded byguruvashistha
- Motion Class 9Uploaded byguruvashistha
- Irodov, Problems in General Physics - Singh Solution 1(1)Uploaded byguruvashistha
- v2chap1Uploaded byguruvashistha

- chap6 PhysicsUploaded byMadhavi Sivan
- HEAT AND TEMPERATUREUploaded byLester Anthony Gaoiran
- Summative Test in Science 8 Module 2Uploaded byShayne Arriola
- lab 6 electrical motor nik groupUploaded byapi-263251621
- Crank Shaft DesignUploaded byAnonymous QiMB2lBCJL
- Inertia FormulasUploaded byberkahharian
- Treatment of Torsion of Reinf Conc Beams in Current StandardsUploaded byameensderaj
- The Arup Journal Issue 6 1967Uploaded byjuanjosefontana
- 13 QuestionsUploaded byNagarajuRaginaboyina
- AIRCRAFT-PROPULSION-gROUP-finL2.pptxUploaded byMarian Jaramilla Cajilig
- SD Column Design 2Uploaded byegozenovie
- IGC_2016_paper_487Uploaded byEswara Prasad
- st1 st3Uploaded byapi-336990777
- Miguel Angel Vivas MefleUploaded byMiguel Ángel
- CVL Final Exam Past YearUploaded byApril Sky
- staelinUploaded byWilliam Marques
- FEM Brief NotesUploaded byJoão Martos
- Physics Review Part 1Uploaded byCarla
- XII PhysicsUploaded byCharu Bhanot
- Exam 4H Rev Ques.pdfUploaded byMohammad Tayyab
- Physics of Wall BallsUploaded byErika Morrison
- Summary TurbineUploaded bySatrio Tri Jayanto
- Hybrid CFD-CAA simulation of a heated and unheated Cylinder in turbulent cross owsUploaded byAwais Ali
- 20180923Uploaded byihpeter
- c6mkii WebUploaded byHAFIZ ARSALAN ALI
- MECHAP04Uploaded bysaad kh
- 3qwgeUploaded byAnonymous wosn1ly
- Plaxis 2 Modelo MaterialesUploaded byGianella Paredes Vargas
- SQUARE-DUploaded byRodolfo Eliu Curiel Rosas
- CE 3870_HW3Uploaded byJoseph Tshiaba