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This errata sheet lists errors and their correction for the the book titled

IIT JEE Physics (1978-2015: 38 Years) Topic-wise Complete Solutions,

Vol I: Mechanics, Waves and Optics, First Edition, 2015

2., by Jitender

Singh and Shraddhesh Chaturvedi.

I Page 21 Solution 16. Correct solution of this problem is:

16. The trajectory followed by the four persons

N

M

is very interesting (see figure). Consider a small

time interval t at the beginning of journey. In

this time interval, all of them travel a distance

O v

vt in the direction of persons they are facing

v

2

line KL and so on. In the next time interval, K

v

K v

L

starts moving in the direction of new position

d

of L, L starts moving in the direction of new

position of M and so on. Through this process, all persons meet at the

centre of the square O. The symmetry plays key role in this problem. Four

persons always remain at the corners of a square. The size of this square

diminishes continuously but its centre remains fixed at O.

Now, concentrate on the motion of K. The magnitude of velocity is v

and the direction of velocity at any instant is along the side of a square

formed by the four persons at that instant (see figure). Thus, velocity

vector always makes 45 angle w.r.t. line joining current position of K

and centre of the

square O. Hence, component of velocity towards O is

v cos 45 = v/ 2 (a constant). The displacement of K from the initial

position to the final position is vector KO with magnitude d/ 2. Thus,

time taken by K to reach O is the ratio ofdisplacement and component

d/ 2

= d.

of velocity along displacement i.e., t = v/

v

2

Let us verify above argument by an example. y

B

Consider the motion from the point O to the

2v

2v

BC = d. The direction of velocity is as shown

v

45 45

x

in the figure and its magnitude

from O to A is O

A

C

reach C is given by

d

d

d

d(1 + 2)

t = tOA + tAB + tBC = + + =

.

v

v

2v

2v

This time can also be calculated as the ratio of displacement (OC)

and

d(1+ 2)

OC

the component of velocity along displacement i.e., t = v =

.

v

Aliter: The velocity of K is v along KL. The velocity of L is zero along

KL (because it is perpendicular to the line KL). Thus, the separation KL

2

decreases at a rate v. Since this rate is constant, the time taken to reduce

the separation from d to zero is d/v.

Credit: Halachandra Kalloli and Aryamaan Yadav (15-08-2016, c, mtb)

I Page 205 Solution 6 Equation 2. Replace g = 4 2 t2 /(ln2 ) by g =

4 2 ln2 /t2 .

Credit: Kshitiz Chaurasia (15-08-2016, t, xfa)

I Page 238 Solution 17. Complete solution of this problem is:

17. Let height of the container is large enough.

wards pulling the lighter sphere (density )

2

2

along with it. In equilibrium, the system can

3

3

be in one of the two configurations shown in the

figure. In case (i), heavier sphere sits on the

case (i)

case (ii)

bottom of the container and in case (ii) lighter

sphere is partially submerged.

Let the elongation of the spring be x. In case (i), the forces acting

on the heavier sphere are its weight (downwards), upthrust (upwards),

spring force (upwards), and normal reaction N (upwards). In equilibrium,

resultant force on the sphere is zero i.e.,

3

4

3 R (3)g

= 43 R3 (2)g + kx + N.

(1)

3

4

3 R ()g

+ kx = 34 R3 (2)g.

(2)

to get

x = 4R3 g/(3k).

(3)

equilibrium conditions on the two spheres gives

3

3

4

4

3 R (3)g = 3 R (2)g +

3

4

3 R ()g + kx = V (2)g.

kx,

(4)

(5)

The equation (4) gives x = 4R3 g/(3k) (same as equation (3)). Substitute

x in equation (5) to get V = 4R3 /3. Thus, lighter sphere is completely

submerged. Note that the system floats in the liquid.

Credit: Prasad Patankar (15-08-2016, c, mvb)

I Page 277 Solution 1 Paragraph starting with Solutions of equation. . . .

Replace (4x 0.4t) by (4x 0.4t) at all the three places in this paragraph.

3

Credit: Prasad Patankar

(15-08-2016, t, qga)

I Page 298 Paragraph for Question 31-33 second last line. Replace is

thus 340 Hz by is thus 320 Hz.

Credit: Prasad Patankar (15-08-2016, t, lia)

I Page 387 Solution 33. Replace 1/f = 3/200 cm1 = 3/2 m1 by 1/f =

3/200 cm1 = 3/2 m1 .

Credit: Prannoy Mehta (15-08-2016, t, nta )

I Page 429 Appendix A. Replace Mass of the electrom by Mass of the

electron. (15-08-2016, t, appendix)

1

ERRATA SHEET (August 20, 2016)

This errata sheet lists errors and their correction for the the book titled

IIT JEE Physics (1978-2015: 38 Years) Topic-wise Complete Solutions,

Vol 2: Heat, Electromagnetism and Modern Physics, First Edition, 2015

2., by Jitender Singh and Shraddhesh Chaturvedi.

I Page 15 Solution 22 Paragraph starting with In fundamental mode. . . .

Replace = m/l = 0.5/1 = 0.5 kg/m by = m/l = 0.1/1 = 0.1 kg/m.

Credit: Divyanshu Tiwari (15-08-2016, t, uza)

I Page 24 Solution 12 Paragraph starting with The specific heats at

constant pressure. . . . Replace

Cp,He = Cv,He + R = 25 RT,

and

Cp,He = Cv,He + R = 52 R,

and

by

(15-08-2016, t, hyb)

R

R

~ d~s = 4GMenc by E

~ d~s =

I Page 292 Solution 19. Replace E

4GMenc .

Credit: Tribhuvan Narayan Soorya (15-08-2016, t, uib)

I Page 429 Appendix A. Replace Mass of the electrom by Mass of the

electron. (15-08-2016, t, appendix)

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