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1. A particle is projected at an angle  0 = 60° with horizontal. If after
seconds the angle between
its velocity vector is reduced to half of its initial value, find the speed of projection (g = 10
m/sec2).
2. A particle when fired at an angle  = 600 along the direction of the breadth of a rectangular
building of dimension 9m  8m  4m so as to sweep the edges. Find the range of the projectile.
3. An elevator of height h is ascending with an acceleration a. After a time t a coin is dropped from
the top of an elevator. When will the coin strike the bottom of the elevator?
r
u  u0 i$ (ωacosωt ) $j

$j

i$

4. A particle is moving in a plane with a velocity given by,
, where and are
unit vectors along x and y-axes respectively. If the particle is at the origin at t = 0, then its distance from
3π / 2ω
the origin at time t =
will be-

  3u 0 

  a2

  2 

  3u 
0


  2 

2

 a


  3u 
0


  2 

2
2

a 



  4u 
0


  2 

 i$ $j  2kµ
5. At a particular instant velocity and acceleration of particle are
m/s and
respectively at the given instant particles speed is
(a) increasing
(b) decreasing
(c ) constant
(d) can’t be say

2

 a2


3i$ $j  kµ
m/s2

6. A stone projected at an angle 600 from the ground level strikes at an angle of 300 on roof of building
of height ‘h’. Then the speed of projection of stone is

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. . Putting 0 = 60° and t = 3. the coin strikes the floor of the elevator. . gx 2 2v 02 cos2  v0 (x. say v.(i) v sin 2 g 2 0 As we know R = x + X = 2h = v 02 sin 2 g  R = 2 (x +X) = Using (i) & (ii) h = . we obtain v0 = 10 m/sec. both of these points lie on the path of the projection. h) {(x + 2h). . Solution:  1  cos      sin    R = 2h cot (/2) Let after a time t from the instant of release. The coin was moving with the elevator with a velocity. . (ii)  R   h   2  tan  - g(R / 2  h)2 2gR cos2  sin 2 2 1 R  R    h  tan     h  tan   R 2  2   h=  R2 – 4Rh cot  . . Just after losing contact it begins to ascend with same velocity v (obeying the law of inertia of motion). . h } B A v0  C D x x 2h R y = h = tan  - .4h2 = 0 R= 4h cot   16 cot 2   16h2 2  R = 2h (cot  + cosec ) = 2h putting  = 600 & h = 4m R = 2  4 cot 300 = 8 3 m. we obtain t =  v0 = gt tan (0/2). After putting the coordinate of A in the trajectory equation of projection we obtain.v 0 Sin (0  ) gCos Solution: . t = v 0 Sin (0 / 2) g Cos (0 / 2) 0. putting  = 0/2. since  is reduced to half of Directly from the derived expression. Solution : Since the projectile touches A & B.

r.r.t the initial position or point of release) (Sg > Si)  Si = Sg – Si = ½ gt2 – vt (i) The net displacement S2 of the ascending elevator during time t is upwards (w.Since the net displacement s1 of the coin during time t is downward (w. Dps 20/21 Dps 21 .t. the initial position)  S2 = vt + ½ at2 (ii) Referring to the figure S1 + S2 = h (iii) Putting S1 and S2 from (i) & (ii) respectively in (iii) we obtain 1 2  1 2    gt  vt    vt  at   h 2  2    1 (g  a) t 2  h 2 t 2h (g  a) .