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ground.

At the same instant a particle Q is released from rest at a point hm above the ground. P and

Q hit the

ground at the same instant, when Q has speed V ms−1.

(i) Find the time after projection at which P hits the ground. [2]

(ii) Hence find the values of h and V.

2.

Three coplanar forces act at a point. The magnitudes of the forces are 20N, 25N and 30N,

and the

directions in which the forces act are as shown in the diagram, where sin ! = 0.28 and cos !

= 0.96,

and sin " = 0.6 and cos " = 0.8.

(i) Show that the resultant of the three forces has a zero component in the x-direction. [2]

(ii) Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant of the three forces. [2]

(iii) The force of magnitude 20N is replaced by another force. The effect is that the resultant

force

is unchanged in magnitude but reversed in direction. State the magnitude and direction of

the

replacement force.

4.

Forces of magnitude X N and 40N act on a block B of mass 15 kg, which is in equilibrium in

contact

with a horizontal surface between points A and C on the surface. The forces act in the same

vertical

plane and in the directions shown in the diagram.

(i) Given that the surface is smooth, find the value of X. [2]

(ii) It is given instead that the surface is rough and that the block is in limiting equilibrium.

The

frictional force acting on the block has magnitude 10N in the direction towards A. Find the

coefficient of friction between the block and the surface.

Small blocks A and B are held at rest on a smooth plane inclined at 30A to the horizontal.

Each is

held in equilibrium by a force of magnitude 18N. The force on A acts upwards parallel to a

line of

greatest slope of the plane, and the force on B acts horizontally in the vertical plane

containing a line

of greatest slope (see diagram). Find the weight of A and the weight of B.

A block of weight 7.5N is at rest on a plane which is inclined to the horizontal at angle !,

where

tan ! = 7

24. The coefficient of friction between the block and the plane is -. A force of magnitude

7.2N acting parallel to a line of greatest slope is applied to the block. When the force acts up

the

plane (see Fig. 1) the block remains at rest.

(i) Show that - ≥ 17

24. [4]

When the force acts down the plane (see Fig. 2) the block slides downwards.

(ii) Show that - < 31

24.

A block of mass 60 kg is pulled up a hill in the line of greatest slope by a force of magnitude

50N

acting at an angle !A above the hill. The block passes through points A and B with speeds

8.5ms−1

and 3.5ms−1 respectively (see diagram). The distance AB is 250m and B is 17.5m above the

level

of A. The resistance to motion of the block is 6N. Find the value of !.

where

sin ! = 0.1, acted on by a force of magnitude 40N. The force acts upwards and parallel to a

line of

greatest slope of the plane. The box is on the point of slipping up the plane.

(i) Find the coefficient of friction between the box and the plane. [5]

The force of magnitude 40N is removed.

(ii) Determine, giving a reason, whether or not the box remains in equilibrium.

A particle P of mass 0.3 kg is attached to one end of a light inextensible string. The other

end of the

string is attached to a fixed point X. A horizontal force of magnitude F N is applied to the

particle,

which is in equilibrium when the string is at an angle ! to the vertical, where tan ! = 8

15 (see diagram).

Find the tension in the string and the value of F.

equilibrium on the plane. The normal reaction force acting on the particle has magnitude

2.4N. Find

(i) the value of _, [2]

(ii) the least possible value of the coefficient of friction.

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