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Motion in a Plane

Solutions

SECTION - A

School/Board Exam. Type Questions

Very Short Answer Type Questions :

1. Which of the following is a scalar quantity?

Momentum, Acceleration, Work, Force.

Sol. Work is a scalar quantity, others are vectors.

2. Name two vector quantities.

Sol. Displacement and velocity.

3. Can three vectors of different magnitudes be combined to give a zero resultant?

Sol. If three vectors form the sides of a triangle when taken in the same order, the resultant vector is a null vector.

4. If | A B | | A B |, what is the angle between A and B ?

Sol. Let the angle between A and B be .

| A B | A2 B 2 2 AB cos

| A B | A2 B 2 2 AB cos

A2 + B2 + 2ABcos = A2 + B2 2ABcos

4ABcos = 0

= 90

5. What is the average value of acceleration of an object in uniform circular motion in one complete revolution?

v

Sol. a

t

In one complete rotation v v v 0 . On reaching the same point, the object has same velocity.

a 0

Sol. No, electric current does not obey vector laws of addition.

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58 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

Sol. No, sum of two vectors is always a vector.

Its magnitude = 12 12

= 2

9. What is the direction of A B for parallel vectors A and B ?

Sol. It is along either A or B , both have same direction.

10. When can the sum of two vectors be minimum and maximum?

Sol. Minimum, when two vectors are in opposite directions.

Maximum, when two vectors are parallel i.e., in same direction.

Short Answer Type Questions :

11. Two vectors having magnitudes A and 3 A are perpendicular to each other. What is the angle between their

resultant and A ?

Sol. Let R be their resultant.

Then by law of cosines

| R | A2 ( 3 A)2

R

| R | 2A 3A

|R| 3A

Using law of sines, A

sin90 sin

3A

sin sin90

2A

3

sin

2

= 60

12. Find the angle of the vector A 3i 6 j k with y-axis.

Sol. Here | A | 33 62 ( 1)2

= 9 36 1

= 46

Let A make angle with y-axis, then

| A | cos 6

6

cos 0.88465

46

= cos1 (0.88465)

= 27.79

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 59

13. A boy sitting in a train moving with constant velocity, throws a ball vertically upwards. How does the ball appear

to move to an observer, (i) inside the train, (ii) outside the train.

Sol. (i) To an observer sitting inside the train, the ball will appear to move straight vertically upwards and then

downwards.

(ii) To an observer sitting outside the train, the ball will appear to move along the parabolic path.

14. Rain is falling vertically with speed 20 m/s. A man runs with speed of 10 m/s towards east. In which direction

should he hold his umbrella?

Sol. Velocity of rain with respect to man Up

v rm v rain v man

10 vman 10 m/s

tan West East

20 vrain vman

1

= 20 m/s

2

Or = 26.56 inclined to vertical towards east direction. Down

15. Are the two vectors (2 kg) (4 m/s, towards east) and 2(4 m/s, towards east) same?

Sol. No, (2 kg) (4 m s1, towards east) shows the multiplication of a scalar quantity i.e., mass of 2 kg with a velocity

vector. So it is a momentum vector of magnitude 8 kg m/s directed towards east.

2 (4 m/s, towards east) is the velocity vector of magnitude 8 m/s. Hence, the two are not same.

16. If A B C and | C | | A | and | B | . Does that mean | C | | A | | B | ?

Sol. No, In above case, A, B and C represent three sides of a triangle. And no side is ever greater than the sum

of the other two.

Hence, | C | | A | | B |

17. Show graphically that subtraction of two vectors is not commutative.

Sol. The two figures given show that A B and B A are two different vectors.

A B

A A

AB B

BA B

18. A projectile is fired with kinetic energy 4 kJ. If its range is maximum, what is its K.E. at the highest point of

its path?

Sol. Since the range is maximum, the angle of projection is 45.

If velocity of projection = v

1

4 kJ mv 2

2

v

Velocity at the highest point = v cos45 =

2

2

1 v

K.E. at highest point = m

2 2

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60 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

1 1

mv 2

2 2

4 kJ

2 kJ

2

19. For a given velocity in projectile motion, name the quantities related to a projectile which have maximum values

when the maximum height attained by the projectile is the largest.

Sol. (i) Vertical component of initial velocity

(ii) Angle of projection

(iii) Time of flight

20. Give a few examples of motion in two dimensions.

Sol. (i) Projectile motion

(ii) Uniform circular motion

(iii) Non-uniform circular motion : The object moving in a circle has different speeds at different points. For

example, A stone tied with a thread whirled in a vertical plane.

21. Find the angle of projection at which the horizontal range and maximum height of a projectile are equal.

Sol. Hmax = R

v 02 sin2 0 v 02 sin 20

2g g

sin 0

= 2cos 0

2

tan0 = 4 or 0 = 75.96

22. Why is centripetal acceleration called so? Is it a constant vector?

Sol. Centripetal acceleration always acts towards the centre of the circular path at every point. Hence, it is called

centripetal acceleration which in Greek means center seeking. Since its direction changes continuously, it

is not a constant vector.

23. What do you mean by resolution of a vector and components of a vector?

Sol. Splitting a vector into two or more component vectors is called resolution of the vector. A vector can be resolved

into infinite number of components. However a vector can have only two rectangular components in a plane.

Components of vector : If vectors A, B and C, when added using vectors laws, result into vector D , then they

are said to be component vectors of D along directions A, B and C .

Sol. Resultant R (2i 4 j k ) (3i 2 j 2k )

R (5i 2 j k )

Hence, rectangular components of R are

Rx = 5 along x-axis

Ry = 2 along y-axis

Rz = 1 along z-axis

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 61

25. If the position of particle at time t is given by r 2t 2 i 6t j 8k. r has the unit m. Find the component of velocity

along z-axis at time t = 4 s.

Sol. r 2t 2 i 6t j 8k

dr

v 4ti 6 j 0k

dt

= 4ti 6 j

vz = 0, here. The particle does not have any velocity along z-axis.

26. An object is projected at an angle 30. If its horizontal velocity is 50 km/h, what is its vertical velocity?

Sol. 0 = 30

v0cos0 = 50 km/h

v0sin0 = ?

50

v 0 sin 0 sin30

cos30

1

= 50 km/h = 28.86 km/h

3

27. What is the relative velocity of a man swimming downstream with speed 12 km/h (in still water) with respect

to a child running towards the river with speed 4 km/h in direction perpendicular to water flow. Speed of water

flow = 4 km/h.

Sol. Velocity of man in still water = 12 km/h = v m

Velocity of water flow v w 4 km/h

Net velocity of man w.r.t. ground = v mn 16 km/h i

Velocity of child = vC 4 km/h j

v ( mn )c 16i 4 j

vw

vmn

| v ( mn )c | (16)2 (4)2 = 4 17 km/h y

vC

O

x

1 1

tan

4

28. What do you mean by angular speed in uniform circular motion? How is it related to time period and centripetal

acceleration?

Sol. Angular speed ( ) : The time rate of change of the angular displacement of an object having uniform circular motion

is called angular speed ().

2

or aC = 2r

T

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62 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

29. A cyclist going round a circular path with constant speed 10 km/h completes 42 revolutions in 30 minutes.

Find its centripetal acceleration.

42 7 1

Sol. Frequency = s ...(i)

30 60 300

1 300

Time period T s

7

2R

Also T

v

vT

R

2

Given that v = 10 km h1

5 300

10

R 18 7 m 625 m ...(ii)

22 33

2

7

aC = 4 22R

22 22 7 7 625

= 4 [using equation (i) and (ii)]

7 7 300 300 33

11

= m/s2

27

= 0.41 m s2

30. Find time of flight of an object projected at angle 30 with speed 60 m/s. [take g = 10 m/s2 ]

2v 0 sin 0 2 60 1

Sol. T = =6s

g 10 2

31. State and prove the law of cosines.

Sol. Law of cosines : The resultant R of two vectors P and Q inclined at an angle is given by

R P 2 Q 2 2PQ cos .

Let the two vectors P and Q are inclined at an angle with each other. Then, the resultant of their vector addition

can be obtained by using parallelogram method as shown below.

Here, AB P Q

Now in ABE B

AB2 = AE2 + BE2 [Pythagoras theorem]

Q

Q P+

AB2 = (AC + CE)2 + BE2 ...(i)

From BCE, we can have A P C E

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 63

CE = CBcos = Qcos [CB = Q, opposite sides of a parallelogram]

Also BE = CBsin = Qsin

Substituting these values in equation (i) above,

AB2 = (P + Q cos)2 + Q2sin2

AB2 = P2 + Q2 + 2PQcos

32. Define a unit vector.

Explain how can we express a vector using unit vectors along coordinate axes?

Sol. A vector having unit magnitude is called a unit vector. The unit vector along the direction of vector A is denoted by

A

A. A is given by A .

A

It does not have any unit.

It is convenient to express a general vector in terms of its rectangular components using unit vectors. If the

components of a vector P along the respective axes are Px, Py, Pz. Then

P Px i Py j Pz k

Let A 6i 8 j 10k

= | A | 62 82 102

= 200

= 10 2

A 6i 8 j 1k

Unit vector A

| A | 10 2 10 2 2

3i 4 j 1k

=

5 2 5 2 2

33. Explain how can we resolve a vector into two components lying in its plane?

Sol. The process of splitting up of a vector into two or more vectors is known as the resolution of a vector.

Let us consider the components in a plane. Suppose we want to resolve a vector P along any two directions,

say l and m

, which lie in a plane containing P . Here l and m are the unit vectors along two directions.

^

m

^

I P

Figure (i)

a straight line parallel to l from the tail of P and another straight line parallel to m from

Now if we draw

the head of P , and mark their intersection point as N (say), then we obtain an arrangement as shown in figure

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64 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

(ii) below. ON is a vector parallel to l , and NS is a vector parallel to m .

S

P

Figure (ii)

Then ON l

And NS m

Whereand are the real numbers denoting the magnitude of ON and NS respectively.

By applying triangle method of vector addition in figure (ii).

We get P ON NS

P l m

Or we say and are the components of vector P along the directions l and m

.

2

(ii) The maximum range of a projectile is times the actual range for a given velocity of projection. What

3

is the angle of projection for the actual range?

Sol. (i) The maximum horizontal distance travelled by the projectile during its flight is called the horizontal range of

the projectile. This is the straight distance OP as shown in figure. It is denoted by R.

R can be calculated by using equation

x = (v0cos0)t

2v 0 sin 0

When x = R, t Time of flight, Tf y

g

(2v 0 sin 0 ) 2v 02 (sin 0 )(cos 0 )

R (v 0 cos 0 ) v0

g g

v 02 sin 20 0 P x

R [ 2 sin0 cos0 = sin(20)] O

g R

v 02

R is maximum when 20 = 90 i.e., Rmax =

g

v 02 2

(ii) Rmax R [R = actual Range]

g 3

v 02 2 v 02 sin20

g 3 g

3

sin20

2

20 = 60

0 = 30

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 65

35. Can the resultant of three non parallel, coplanar forces of magnitudes 4 N, 8 N and 3 N acting on a particle

be zero? Explain.

Sol. A vector having zero magnitude and having any arbitrary direction is called a null vector. It is denoted by 0 .

Examples of null vector :

(i) Zero displacement

(ii) Zero change in velocity

(iii) Resultant of two equal and opposite forces acting at a point.

Properties of null vector 0.

A0 A

A0 A

A .0 0

A .0 0

Vector sum of three non-parallel and coplanar vectors will be zero only when the given vectors are represented

by three sides of a triangle. From geometry, the sum of any two sides of a triangle must be greater, than

the third side. Here in given problem (4 + 3) N < 8 N. The forces can not be represented by the side of a

triangle. Hence their resultant can not be zero.

36. (i) Show that a projectile follows a parabolic path.

(ii) Find the horizontal distances travelled by a projectile projected at an angle 30 with horizontal with speed

15 m/s, at the time it is at height 2.5 m above the point of projection. [take g = 10 ms2]

Sol. (i) Consider a stone projected with velocity v0 at angle with x-axis.

v0x = v0 cos [Horizontal speed at the time of release]

v0y = v0 sin [Vertical speed at the time of release]

Along horizontal :

y

v x v 0 x v 0 cos i v0 a = gj

v0y

If we take the time at which the stone is projected as t = 0,

then its horizontal displacement at any time t is

x

xi (v 0 cos )ti O v0x

or x = v0cost ...(i)

Along vertical : The stone moves under a constant acceleration a g j . The velocity v y of the stone at

time t is given by

v y j v 0 y j ( g )t j vy = v0sin gt

1 2

y v 0 sin t gt

2

x

Substituting t from equation (i)

v 0 cos

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66 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

x 1 x2

y v 0 sin g 2

v 0 cos 2 v 0 cos

2

1 g

y tan x x2 Equation of trajectory of the projectile.

2 (v 02 cos2 )

(ii) v0 = 15 m/s

= 30

1 2

y (v 0 sin )t gt 2.5 m (vertical height)

2

1

2.5 (15 sin 30 )t 10t 2

2

15

2.5 t 5t 2

2

10t2 15t + 5 = 0

t = 0.5 s, 1 s

Horizontal distance travelled x = v0cos0t

= 15 cos 30 0.5 [Taking t = 0.5 s]

2.5 m

3

= 15 0.5 6.5 m 2.5 m

2

Similarly for t = 1 s, x = 12.99 m 12.99 m

37. Prove the commutative and associative properties of vector addition. How do we specify the position of an object

using vectors?

Sol. (i) Commutative Property : To obtain A + B , we shift B parallel to itself so that its tail coincides with the head

of A . The line segment joining the tail of A to the head of A represents A + B and its direction is as shown

in the figure (ii).

B

B A+B

B

A

A

(i)

(ii)

If instead of B , we shift A parallel to itself such that the tail of A coincides with the head of B , the vector

obtained by joining the tail of B to the head of B gives B + A .

A

B

B+A

A

(iii)

If we compare A + B and B + A from figures (ii) and (iii), we find the two vectors are equal i.e., A + B B + A .

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 67

(ii) Associative Property : The figure shows that A B C A (B C ) ( A B ) C

A

A

+

A+ B+ C

B

B

C

+

B

C

We can describe the position of an object using position vector. The position vector of a point P is the vector

joining origin O to the point P. Thus it is the line OP having arrow at P.

38. The position of an object is described by the vector r t 2 i 2t j tk at any time t. Find its position, velocity

and acceleration at time t = 6 s.

Sol. r t 2 i 2t j tk

dr

v 2ti 2 j k

dt

dv

a 2i 0 j 0k

dt

at t = 6 s,

(i) Position : r 62 i 12 j 6k = 36i 12 j 6k

(ii) Velocity : v 2 6i 2 j 1k = 12i 2 j k

| v | 122 22 ( 1)2 = 149 m s1

(iii) Acceleration : a 2i

39. If A 2i j and B i 2 j , find the scalar magnitude and directions of

(i) A

(ii) B and

(iii) A B

Sol. (i) A 2i j

Magnitude of A (2)2 ( 1)2 5

Direction of A with x-axis.

1

= tan1 = 26.56

2

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68 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

(ii) B i 2 j

Magnitude of B (1)2 ( 2)2

5

Direction of B with x-axis

2

= tan1 = 63.43

1

(iii) A B (2i j) (i 2 j) (3i 3 j )

Magnitude of A B 32 ( 3)2 3 2

Direction of A B with x-axis.

3

= tan1 = 45

3

40. Show that a two-dimensional uniformly accelerated motion is a combination of two one-dimensional motions

along perpendicular directions.

Sol. A body is said to be moving with uniform acceleration if its velocity vector suffers the same change in equal interval

of time, however small. For this case the average acceleration of the object is same as its instantaneous

acceleration over a given time interval.

The motion in a plane with uniform acceleration can be treated as two separate simultaneous one-dimensional

motions with constant acceleration along two perpendicular directions. This can be shown as follows.

Let a constant acceleration a act on an object moving in a plane. This acceleration changes its velocity from v 0

at time t = 0 to v at time t = t. Then

v v0

a

t 0

v v 0 at ...(i)

As we have studied in the last chapter, that for an object having constant acceleration, average velocity is given

as

v0 v

v ...(ii)

2

r r0

From the definition of average velocity during the time interval t = t 0, it can be expressed as v .

t 0

Where r and r 0 are the position vectors of the particle at time t = t and t = 0 respectively.

vt r r0

or r r0 vt

v v

r r0 0 t

2 [From equation (ii)]

v v at

0 0

r r0 t [From equation (i)]

2

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 69

1

r r0 v 0t at 2

2

Writing in component form

1

xi y j x0 i y 0 j (v 0 x i v 0y j )t (ax i ay j )t 2

2

Rearranging

1 1

xi y j x0 v 0 x t ax t 2 i y 0 v 0 y t ay t 2 j

2 2

1

x x0 v 0 x t ax t 2

2 along x-axis

1 ...(iii)

y y 0 v 0 y t ay t 2 along y-axis

2

Thus we see that the motions in x and y-directions can be treated independently from each other. This result

simplifies our study of motion in a plane.

A similar result can be obtained for the three-dimensional motion of an object. So for this case, we get a set of

three equations as follows.

1

x x0 v 0 x t ax t 2

2

1

y y0 v0y t ay t 2

2

1 2

z z0 v 0 z t az t

2

Sol. (i) Relative velocity : Let two objects A and B are moving in a plane with velocities v A and v B measured with

respect to ground. The relative velocity of A with respect to B is given by

v AB v A v B ...(i)

v BA v B v A ...(ii)

v AB v BA

And | v AB | | v BA |

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(ii) Average velocity : Average velocity v of an object is the ratio of its displacement and the corresponding time

interval.

r x

v i y j

t t t

r

Since v , the direction of average velocity is the same as that of r .

t

The instantaneous velocity or simply the velocity is the limiting value of the average velocity when the time

interval approaches zero.

(iii) Average Acceleration : The average acceleration a is the ratio of the change in velocity and the

corresponding time interval. If the velocity of an object changes from v to v1 in time interval t, then the

acceleration of the object is given by the relation

v v

a

t

v

a [where v v v ]

t

From the above relation, we can see that a is along the direction of v . The direction of v is different

from that of v and v as long as the object moves along a curve and not along a straight line. Or we say

that for the motion along a curve, the direction of average acceleration is different from that of the velocity

of the object. They may have any angle between 0 and 180 between them.

(iv) Centripetal Acceleration : Consider a particle moving on a circular path of radius r and centre O, with a

uniform speed v, as shown in the figure below. Let the particle be at point P at time t, and at Q at time t +t.

Let v1 and v 2 be the velocity vectors at P and Q directed along the tangents at P and Q respectively.

To find the change in velocity,

v 2 v1 v

v2

Q

This is the change in velocity during this time interval t. r2

r

O

r1 v1

P

v

a i.e., a is along v.

t

As t 0, the average acceleration becomes the instantaneous acceleration and also approaches zero.

Thus v and hence, a is perpendicular to velocity vector v 1 . But since v 1 is directed along tangent at point P,

so acceleration ac acts along the radius towards the centre of the circle. That is why this acceleration is called

v2

centripetal acceleration which means centre seeking. Numerically its value is .

r

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 71

42. (i) Using graphical method, find the angle between (i j ) and (i j ) .

y

i+j

45 x

Sol. (i)

45

i j

1

tan 1

1

1 = 45

1

tan 2

1

2 = 45

Required angle = 90

(ii) | i j | 12 12

= 2

2

1

ij

1 1

= i j

2 2

Similarly | i j | 2

1 1 1

Unit vector along i j , is = ij = i j

2 2 2

43. The ceiling of a long hall is 30 m high. What is the maximum horizontal distance that a ball thrown with a

speed 45 ms1 can go without hitting the ceiling of the wall? [take g = 10 m/s2]

Sol. v0 = 4 5 ms1

Let 0 = angle for projection

v 02 sin2 0

Taking maximum height reached Hmax

2g

v 02 sin2 0

We have 30

2g

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72 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

2 30 2 10

sin 0

v 02

30 2 10

sin2 0

45 45

2 600 8

sin 0

45 45 27

2 2

sin 0 ...(i)

3 3

cos 0 1 sin2 0

8 15 15 5

= 1

27 27 3 3 3

5

cos 0 ..(ii)

3

1 2 2

Horizontal range R for 0 sin

3 3

v 02 sin 20

R

g

v 02

= 2 sin 0 cos 0

g

v 02 2 2 5

= 2 [Using equation (i) and (ii)]

g 3 3 3

45 45 2 2 2

5

10 9 3

= 164.3 m

44. A body of mass 10 kg revolves in a circle of diameter 0.8 m completing 420 revolutions in a minute. Calculate its

Sol. Given,

Diameter = 0.8 m

Radius R = 0.4 m

Frequency ( ) = = rev/s = 7 s1

Time taken 60

22

(i) Angular speed = 2 = 2 7 = 44 rad/sec

7

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 73

2R

(ii) Linear speed v

T

1 1

T = time period s

7

22 0.4 44

v 2 = 0.4 = 0.3591 m s1

77 49

1

(iii) Time period T = 0.142 s

7

(iv) Centripetal acceleration aC = 2R = (44)2 0.4 = 774.4 m/s2

45. A bird is flying with velocity 5i 6 j w.r.t. wind. Wind blows along y-axis with velocity v. If bird is initially at

A, and after sometime reaches B as shown. Find v, and also find the velocity of bird with respect to ground.

y

B

30

A x

Sol. Given that velocity of bird with respect to wind is v bw 5i 6 j

Velocity of wind w.r.t. ground v wG v j

Now v bw v bG v wG ...(i)

5i 6 j v bG vwG

v bG 5i 6 j v j

v bG 5i (6 v ) j

v bG is shown by the vector AB in figure. Since velocity v bG makes angle 30 with y-axis, it is inclined at 60 with

x-axis. Hence

6v

tan60

5

6v

3

5

v = 2.66 m s1

Velocity of bird with respect to ground

v bG 5i 6 j 2.66 j

5i 8.66 j

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SECTION -B

Model Test Paper

2. Pick out the scalar quantity among the following : relative velocity, viscous drag, current, work, momentum.

3. If an object having uniform circular motion undergoes an angular displacement , what is the angle between

its initial and final velocity vectors?

Sol.

Sol. Let a 2i 3 j

b 1i 1j

c 3i 2 j

a b c (2 1 3)i (3 1 2) j

= 0i 0 j

= Null vector

6. If a projectile is projected at 55, at what other angle can it be projected to obtain the same range if projected

with same speed?

Sol. 35

7. When can A B be equal to A B ?

Sol. When B O

A B A and A B A

AB AB

When B is a null vector.

40 1 2 1

Sol. s s

60 3

1 3

Time period T 1.5 sec

2

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 75

9. Keeping the angle of projection same, how does the horizontal range of a projectile vary, when its initial

velocity is doubled?

v 02 sin 20

Sol. Horizontal distance R ...(i)

g

Let v 0 2v 0

(v 0 )2 sin 20

R

g

4v 02 sin20

=

g

Sol. A vector P can be specified by two methods.

(i) By its magnitude | P | and its orientation with x-axis in x-y plane.

(ii) By its rectangular components along the corresponding co-ordinate axes i.e., Px and Py.

P Px i Py j

Sol. Let A 3i 7 j 4k

| A | 3 2 72 42

= 9 49 16

= 74

A

A

| A|

1

A (3i 7 j 4k )

74

12. Find the resultant of two forces of magnitude 12 N and 7 N acting simultaneously on a body at angle 60

with each other.

Sol. P 12 N

Q 7N

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76 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

= 60

R P Q Q

R P 2 Q 2 2P cos 60

P

2 2 1

R 12 7 2 12 7

2

= 144 49 84

= 277

= 16.64 N

Let R makes with P

Q R

Then [Law of sines]

sin sin 60

Q sin 60

sin

R

7 3

=

16.64 2

sin = 0.364

= 21.36

13. Show that the horizontal range of a projectile is maximum when projected at angle 45, for given v0.

v 02

Sol. R sin 20

g

For given value of v0, R is maximum when sin20 = 1

i.e., 20 = 90

or 0 = 45

14. The angle between velocities vA and v B is 60. Find vA B if | vA | 16 and | v B | 4

Sol. Given | v A | 16

| vB | 4

Choose x-y plane such that

v B lies along x-axis. (See figure) vA

Then v B 4i vAB 60

x

vB O vB

v A (16cos 60)i (16 sin 60) j

= 8i 8 3 j

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 77

v AB v A v B

= (8i 8 3 j ) 4i

v AB 4i 8 3 j

Hence, | v AB | (4)2 (8 3)2

= 16 64 3

= 14.42 m/s

Let be the angle of v AB with direction of v B i.e., direction of x-axis.

1 8 3

Then tan

4

= tan1(2 3)

= 73.89

Hence, v AB is 28 m/s at an angle 73.89 with v B .

15. How would a projectile motion be affected if air resistance becomes too large to be neglected?

Sol. If air resistance becomes too large, the path of the projectile will be different from its idealized trajectory.

Maximum height attained and the horizontal range will be lesser than that attained in vacuum.

16. Find the magnitude of change in momentum of an oblique projectile during its whole journey if velocity and

angle of projection are v0 and 0 respectively.

Velocity of projection = v0

Angle of projection = 0

In vector form, velocity at the time of projection

v 0 v 0 cos 0 i v 0 sin 0 j

v v 0 cos i v 0 sin j [Projectile hits back with the same velocity, in downward direction]

Change in momentum

p m(v v 0 )

p 2mv 0 sin 0 j

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78 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

17. Find the magnitude of change in velocity for the uniform circular motion shown below.

4 m/s

B

4 m/s

60

O A

v A 4 m/s normal to OA

4 m/s

v B 4 m/s normal to OB

v

B

Since angle between OA and OB is 60. A

vB 60 v

4 m/s

Hence, angle between v A and v B is also 60. 60

A

O

Change in velocity v v B v A

| v | v A2 v B2 2v A .v B cos 60

1

= 16 16 2 16

2

v 4 m/s Along the perpendicular bisector of the angle AOB.

Sol. (i) Uniform circular motion : An object is said to have uniform circular motion if it travels in a circular path

with constant speed.

(ii) Angular displacement : Angle that an object in circular motion subtends at the centre of its circular path,

while going from one point to another, is called its angular displacement, in a given time.

(iii) Frequency of rotation : Number of rotations completed in unit time is called the frequency of rotation.

Sol. (i) Unit vector does not have any unit or dimension.

(ii) A null vector does not have a specific direction as its magnitude is zero.

(iii) Centripetal acceleration is not a constant vector. Its direction changes continuously.

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Solution of Assignment (Set-1) Motion in a Plane 79

20. Show that parallelogram method and triangle method of vector addition are equivalent.

Sol. Let A and B be two vectors. Their addition by triangle method and parallelogram method is shown below

graphically.

B B

+ B B +

A A

A A

Triangle method Parallelogram method

It is clear that the two methods bear the same result.

21. Find the velocity of an object after 3 s if its position at t = 0 is given as r 3ti 2t 2 j

Sol. Given r 3ti 2t 2 j

dr

v 3i 4t j

dt

At t = 3, v 3i 12 j

| v | (3)2 (12)2

= 153

Angle made with x-axis = tan1 (4)

22. State and prove the law of sines.

Sol. Let A and B be two vectors, inclined at angle with each other.

Let their resultant R A B , make angle with A and angle with B as shown in the figure.

Draw OM LN. Draw NP LM which meets LM at point P when extended.

In PNM

PN PN

sin ...(i)

MN | B |

PN PN N

In PNL, sin LN ...(ii)

|R|

From (i) and (ii)

O B

R

| B | sin | R | sin

|B| |R| L

...(iii) A M P

sin sin

OM OM

In MOL, sin ...(iv)

LM | A |

OM OM

In MON, sin ...(v)

MN | B |

From (iv) and (v),

| A | sin | B | sin

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80 Motion in a Plane Solution of Assignment (Set-1)

|A| |B|

...(vi)

sin sin

From, equation (iii) and (vi) we have,

|A| |B| |R|

Law of sines

sin sin sin

23. What do you mean by relative velocity? A boat goes in a river with speed 15 km/h (in still water) while a man

crosses it with speed 8 km/h (in still water). The speed of water flow is 4 km/h and the boat goes downstream.

How fast and in which direction does the man swim according to a man in boat?

Sol. Relative velocity : The velocity of an object A as observed by another object B (moving or at rest) is called

relative velocity of A with respect to B.

v AB v A v B

Where v A and v B are respective velocities with respect to a common reference point.

Let the direction of river flow be as shown in the figure.

Given that

Speed of boat in still water, vb = 15 km/h

Speed of water flow vw = 4 km/h

Down stream flow

As the boat goes downstream, net velocity of boat

y

vw

v b(net) v b vw

vm vm(net)

v mb(

= 19i km/h [Parallel vectors] x

ne

vb(net) t) vb(net)

Velocity of man in still water = v m 8 j km/h [see figure]

Net speed of man in river, v m(net) v m v w

River

= 8 j 4i

v mb(net) v m(net) v b(net)

= (8 j 4i ) 19i

= 8 j 15i 15i 8 j

| v mb(net) | ( 15)2 82

= 225 64

= 289

= 17 km/h

8

Direction tan1

15

= 28.07

The man appears to swim at speed 17 km/h making angle 28.07 with the upstream.

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