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PROBLEMS IN PHYSICS

MKA1.

from roofs of two high buildings, as shown

in figure. Their velocities of projection are

2ms-1 and 14 ms-1 respectively. Horizontal

and vertical separation between points A

and B is 22m and 9 m respectively.

Calculate minimum separation between

the particles in the process of their

motion.

Ans:

6.00 m

the horizontal from top of a 65 m high tower

AB as shown in figure. Another identical ball is

thrown with velocity 20 ms-1 horizontally

towards AB from top of a 30 m high tower CD

one second after the projection of first ball.

Both the balls move in same vertical plane. If

they collide in mid air

(i) Calculate distance A.C.

(ii) During collision the two balls get stuck

together, calculate the distance between A

and

the point on the ground, at which the

combined ball strikes. Given g = 10 ms-2.

Ans:

(i) 40 m

(ii) 15 m

MKA 3. Two inclined planes OA and OB having 3 inclination (with horizontal) 300 and 600

respectively, intersect each other at O as

shown in figure. A particle is projected from

point P with velocity u = 10 ms -1 along a direction perpendicular to plane OA. If the

particle strikes plane OB perpendicularly at Q, calculate

(i) velocity with which particle strikes the

plane OB,

(ii) time of flight,

(iii) vertical height h of P from O,

(iv) maximum height from O, attained by

the particle, and

(v) Distance PQ..

Ans:

(i) 10 ms-1

(iii) 5 m

(v) 20 m

(ii) 2 sec.

(iv) 16.25

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MKA 4. A particle is moving along a vertical 3 circle of radius R = 20 m with a constant speed

v = 31.4 ms-1 as shown in figure. Straight

line ABC is horizontal and passes through the

centre of the circle. A shell is fired from point A at the instant when particle is at C. If distance

AB is 20m and shell collides with the particle at B, calculate

(i) smallest possible value of the angle of

projection,

(ii) Corresponding velocity u of projection.

( = 3.14 and g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(i) = 1

tan-1

3

(ii)

20

ms-1

MKA 5. A particle is projected from point O on 5 the ground with velocity u = 5 ms -1 at angle

=tan-1 (0.5). It strikes at a point C on a

fixed smooth plane AB having inclination of 37 0

with horizontal. If the particle does not rebound, calculate

(i)

(ii)

Ans:

co ordinates of point C in

reference to co-ordinate system

shown in figure.

maximum height from the

ground to which the particle

rises. (g = 10 ms-2)

(i) (5 m, 1.25 m)

(ii) 4.45 m

MKA 6. Two identical shells are fired from a point on the ground with same muzzle velocity at angles

of elevation = 450 and = tan-1 3 towards top of a cliff, 20 m away from point of firing. If both

the shells reach the top simultaneously, calculate

(i) muzzle velocity,

(ii) height of the cliff, and

(iii) time interval between two firings. If just before striking the top of cliff the two shells

get stuck together, considering elastic collision of combined body with the top,

calculate

(iv) maximum height reached by the combined body.

(i) 20 ms-1

(iii)

(above the ground

Ans:

(iv)

12

(ii) 10 m

m ( 10 2)sec 1.72 sec

MKA 7. A shell of mass m = 700 gm is fired from ground with a velocity 40 ms -1. At highest point of its

trajectory, it collides inelastically with a ball of mass M = 1.3 kg, suspended by a flexible

thread of length 1.40 m. If thread deviates through an angle of 120 0, calculate

(i) angle of projection of shell,

(ii) maximum height of combined body from ground, and

(iii) distance between point of suspension of ball and point of projection of shell.

Ans:

(i) 60

(ii) 62.3625 m

(iii) 92.57 m

MKA 8. A circle of radius R = 2 m is marked on upper surface of a horizontal board, initially at rest. A

particle starts from rest along the circle with a tangential acceleration a = 0.25 ms -2. At the

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same instant board accelerates upwards with acceleration b = 2.5 ms -2. If the co-efficient of

friction between board and particle is = 0.1, what distance with the particle travel on the

board without sliding? (g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

2 6m

C

and

B

having

18

masses m = 0.5 kg

each and charge q1 = and q = ( + 100 C) respectively, are

connected at the ends of a non conducting, flexible and

inextensible string of length r = 0.5 m. Particle A is fixed and B

is whirled along a vertical circle with centre at A. If a vertically

upward electric field of strength E = 1.1 105 NC-1 exists in

the space, calculate minimum velocity of particle B, required at

highest point so that it may just complete the circle.

(g =10 ms-2)

Ans:

61ms-1

MKA 10. A small sphere of mass m = 0.5 kg carrying a positive charge q = 110 C is connected with a

light, flexible and inextensible string of length r = 60 cm and whirled in a vertical circle. If a

vertically upwards electric field of strength E = 10 5 NC-1 exists in the space, calculate

minimum velocity of sphere required at highest point so that it may just complete the circle.

( g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

6 ms-1

MKA 11. A small sphere of mass m = 0.6 kg carrying positive charge q = 80 C is connected with a

light, flexible and inextensible string of length r = 30 cm and whirled in a vertical circle. If a

horizontally rightward electric field of strength E = 10 5 NC-1 exists in the space calculate

minimum velocity of sphere required at highest point so that it may just complete the circle.

( g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

3 ms-1

MKA 12. A particle of mass m = 0.1 kg and having positive charge q = 75 C is suspended from a

point by a thread of length l =10 cm. In the space a uniform horizontal electric field E=10 4 NC-1

exists. The particle is drawn aside so that thread becomes vertical and then it is projected

orizontally with velocity v such that the particle starts to move along a circle with the same

constant speed v.

Calculate radius of the circle and speed v. ( g = 10ms-2)

Ans:

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connected by a string, passing over a light frictionless pulley.

Both the blocks are resting on a horizontal floor and the pulley

is held such that string remains just taut.

At moment t = 0, a force F = 20 t Newton starts acting on the

pulley along vertically upward direction, as shown in figure.

Calculate

(i) velocity of A when B loses contact with the floor,

(ii) height raised by the pulley upto that instant, and

(iii) work done by the force F upto that instant. ( g = 10ms -2)

Ans:

(i) 5 ms-1

(ii) 5/6 m

smooth sphere of radius R = 2/ m such that one end A of

chain is at top of the sphere while the other end B is hanging

freely. Chain is held stationary by a horizontal thread PA as

shown in figure. Calculate acceleration of chain when the

thread is burnt. ( g = 10ms-2)

Ans:

4

.g 7.58ms 2

3

MKA 15. In the arrangement shown in figure 15. Pulley D and E are small

and frictionless. They do not rotate but threads slip over them

without friction and their masses being 4 kg and 11.25kg

respectively while masses of blocks A, B and C are 2 m, m and

m respectively. When the system is released from rest,

downward accelerations of blocks B and C relative to A are found

to be 5 ms-2 and 3 ms-2 respectively. Calculate

(i) accelerations of blocks B and C, relative to the ground, and

(ii) mass of each block. ( g = 10ms-2)

Ans:

(ii) Mass of A 18 kg

Mass of B = 9 kg

Mass of C = 7 kg

B and C is 7.5 kg, 6 kg and 1 kg respectively. the pulley

is solid circular disc of mass 0.5 kg, radius 20 cm and

thickness 1 cm. Thread between block A and pulley is

horizontal and that between pulley and block C is

vertical. The pulley is free to rotate about axis O without

friction and thread does not slip over its curved surface.

Neglecting friction between blocks B and C and that

between blocks and the floor, calculate resultant

acceleration of block C when the system is released.

( g = 10ms-2)

Ans:

5 ms2

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MKA 17.In the arrangement shown in figure, pulley are small, light

and frictionless, threads are inextensible and mass of

blocks A, B and C is m 1 = 5 kg, m2 = 4 kg and m3 = 2.5 kg

respectively. co efficient of friction for both the planes is

= 0.50. Calculate acceleration of each block when

system is released from rest. ( g = 10ms-2)

Ans:

a1 = 4 ms-2, a2 = 0, a3 = 2 ms-2

MKA 18. In the arrangement shown in figure mass of blocks A, B and C is 18.5 kg, 8 kg and 1.5 kg

respectively. Bottom surface of A is smooth, while coefficient of friction between B and floor

is 0.2 and that between blocks A and C is 1/3. System is released from rest at t = 0 and

pulleys are light and frictionless. Calculate

(i) acceleration of block C, and

(ii) energy lost due to friction during first 0.2 sec.

(g =

10 ms-2)

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

0.19

10 ms 2

joule

MKA 19. A block resting over a horizontal floor has a symmetric track

ABC, as shown in figure. Mass of the block is M = 3.12 kg. Length

AB = Length BC = 1 m. A block of mass m = 2 kg is put on the

track at A and the system is released from rest. Neglecting friction

and impact at B, calculate period of horizontal oscillations

performed by the block of mass M.

( g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

2 sec.

MKA 20. In the arrangement shown in figure a wedge of mass m3 = 3.45 kg is placed on a smooth

horizontal surface. A small and light pulley is connected on its top edge, as shown. A light,

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flexible thread passes over the pulley. Two blocks having mass m 1 = 1.3 kg and m2 = 1.5 kg

are connected at the ends of the thread. m 1 is on smooth horizontal surface and m 2 rests on

inclined surface of the wedge. Base length of wedge is 2m and inclination is 37 0. m2 is initially

near the top edge of the wedge. If the whole system is released from rest, calculate

(i) velocity of wedge when m2 reaches its bottom,

(ii) velocity of m2 at that instant and tension in the

thread during motion of m 2. All the surface are

smooth.

( g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(ii)

MKA 21. A small, light pulley is attached with a block C of mass 4 kg is placed on the top horizontal

surface of C. Another lock A of mass 2 kg is hanging from a string, attached with B and

passing over the pulley. Taking g = 10 ms-2 and neglecting friction, calculate acceleration of

each block when the system is released from rest.

If initial height of lower surface of block A is 12.5 cm from bottom of a hole cut in C, calculate

kinetic energy of each block and loss of potential energy of A when it hits the bottom of the

hole.

Ans: Vertical acceleration of A = 6.25 ms -2 (Downward)

Horizontal acceleration of A = 1.25 ms-2 (Rightward)

Acceleration of B = 5.00 ms-2 (Leftward)

Acceleration of C = 1.25 ms-2 (Rightward)

KE of A = 1.625 J,

KE of B = 0.75 J,

KE of C = 0.125 J,

Loss of PE = 2.50 J

MKA 22. A board is fixed to the floor of 2 an elevator such that the board forms

angle = 370 with horizontal

floor of the elevator accelerating

upwards. A block is placed on point A of the board as shown in figure.

When motion with velocity v1 = 4 ms1 is given to the block, it comes to

rest after moving a distance l = 1.6m relative to the board. Its velocity

was v2 = 4 ms1 down the board when it returns to point A. Calculate

acceleration a of elevator and coefficient of friction between the board

and the block. (g = 10 ms2)

Ans: 2.5ms-2, 0.25

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horizontal plane. Distance of B from the wall is 40

cm and it is held

at rest by an inextensible thread

BD. Another thread is connected to left face of B and

a block A of mass 2 kg is suspended as shown in

figure. Block C of

mass 2 kg is resting against the

vertical wall. Blocks B and C are hinged at the ends

of a light rigid rod.

Assuming friction to 20 cm is absent, calculate

acceleration of each block when thread BD is burnt.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

Acceleration of A = 3 ms-2()

Acceleration of B = 3 ms-2( )

Acceleration of C = 4 ms-2()

connected with each other by light and inextensible strings, as

shown in figure. Strings pass over light and frictionless pulleys

fixed to the edges of trolly of mass M = 21 kg. If coefficient of

friction between blocks and trolly surfaces is = 4/7, calculate

maximum possible value of angle so that block B remains

stationary relative to the trolly. Calculate also, the force F to be

applied horizontally on the trolley.

Calculate also, the force F to be applied horizontally on the trolley.

Ans:

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MKA 25. Two blocks of mass m1 and m2 are attached at the ends of an ideal spring of force constant

K and natural length l0. The system rests on a smooth horizontal plane. Blocks having mass

m1 and m2 are pulled apart by applying force F1 and F2 respectively as shown in figure.

Calculate maximum elongation of the spring.

Ans:

2 m1F2 m2F1

K m1 m2

MKA 26.A uniform solid sphere of radius R = 44 cm is cut into two parts

by a plane. Distance of the plane from centre of the sphere is

a = 26.4 cm as shown in figure. Calculate distance of centre of

mass of heavier part from centre O.

Ans:

132

cm

35

MKA 27. A vehicle of mass m starts moving S along a horizontal circle of radius R such that its

speed varies with distances s covered

by the vehicle as v = K, where K is a

constant. Calculate

i) tangential and normal force on vehicle as function of s,

ii) distance s in terms of time t, and

iii) work done by the resultant force in first t seconds after the beginning of motion.

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

2

1 11 2 2mK

s

K, t42t 2

mKmK

2 84

R

a horizontal circle of radius R such that normal acceleration of particle varies with time as an = Kt2,

where K is a constant. Calculate

(i) tangential force on particle at time t,

(ii) total force on particle at time t.

(iii) power developed by total force at time t, and

(iv) average power developed by total force over first t second.

Ans: (i)

(ii) m m

k(RKR

Kt 4 )

(iii)

(iv)

1mKRT

MKA 29. Two identical blocks A and B, each of 2 mKRt mass m = 2 kg are connected to the ends of

and ideal spring having force constant

K = 1000 Nm1. System of these blocks and

spring is placed on a rough force. Coefficient of friction between blocks and floor is = 0.5.

Block B is pressed towards left so that spring gets compressed.

(i) Calculate initial minimum compression x -0 of spring such

that block A leaves contact with the wall when system is

released.

(ii) If initial compression of spring is x = 2 x 0, calculate

velocity of spring is x = 2 x 0, calculate velocity of centre of

mass of the system when block A just leaves contact with the

wall. (g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

1

1.05 ms1

2

(i) 3cm

(ii)

= 0.51 ms-1

MKA 30. An ice cube of size a = 2-0 cm is floating in a tank (base area A = 50 cm x 50 cm) partially

filled with water. Density of water is 1 = 1000 kg m3 and that of ice is 2 -= 900 kgm3.

Calculate increase in gravitational potential energy when ice melts completely.

Ans:

-0.72 J

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MKA 31. A cubical block of wood (density 1 = 500 kg m 3) has side a = 30 cm. It is floating in a

rectangular tank partially filled with water (density 2 = 1000 kg m3 and having base area A =

45 cm x 60 cm. Calculate work done to press the block so that it is just. Immersed in water.

Ans:

6.75 J

MKA 32. A block of mass m is held at rest on a smooth horizontal floor. A light frictionless, small pulley

is fixed at a height of 6 m from the floor. A light inextensible string of length 16 m, connected

with A passes over the pulley and another identical block B is hung from the string. Initial

height of B is 5 m from the floor as shown in figure. When the system is released from rest, B

starts to move vertically downwards and A sides on the floor towards right.

(i) If at an instant string makes an angle with

horizontal, calculate relation between velocity u of

A and v of B,

(ii) Calculate v when B strikes the floor.

(g = 10 ms2)

v

40

41

ms1

Ans:

(i) u =v sec

(ii)

MKA 33. A string with one end fixed on a rigid wall, passing over a fixed frictionless pulley at a distance

of 2 m from the wall, has a point mass M of 2 kg attached to it at a distance of 1 m from the

wall. A mass m of 0.5 kg is attached to the free end. The system is initially held at rest so that

the string is horizontal between wall and pulley and vertical beyond the pulley as shown in

Figure

What will be the speed with which the point mass M will hit

the wall when the system is released? (g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

5x

5 5

ms1 3.39ms 1

6

MKA 34.Two identical buggies each of mass 150 kg move one after the other without friction with

same velocity 4 ms1 . A man of mass m rides the rear buggy. At a certain moment the man

jumps into the front buggy with a velocity v relative to his buggy. As a result of this process

rear buggy stops.

If the sum of kinetic energies of man and front buggy just after collision differs from that just

before collision by 2700 joule, calculate values of m and v.

Ans:

50 kg, 16 ms-1

MKA 35. Two balls of mass m1 = 100 gm and 3 m2 = 300 gm are suspended from point A by

l length l = 32/35 m. Ball of mass m1 is drawn

two equal inextensible threads, each of

2

aside and held at the same level as A

but at a distance from A, as shown in figure.

When ball m1 is released, it collides elastically with the stationary ball of mass m2. Calculate

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the other ball, and

(ii) maximum rise of centre of mass of the ball of mass m2.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 4 ms-1

(ii) 0.20 m

MKA 36. Two identical blocks A and B, each of mass m = 1.5 kg and carrying positive charge q = 30

Care kept stationary on a smooth horizontal floor. When the blocks are released, due to

electrostatic repulsion. A moves towards left while B towards right. After moving 10 cm, A

comes into contact with a mass less spring of force constant K = 6750 Nm 1 while after

moving 10 cm, B collides inelastically with a rigid wall as shown in Figure. Calculate.

(i) velocity of A when it comes in contact with the

spring, and

(ii) maximum compression of the spring.

Ans:

(i) 6 ms-1

(ii) 10 cm

MKA 37. Two small blocks A and B of masses, m1 = 0.5 kg and m2 = 1 kg respectively, each carrying

positive charge of q = 40 Care kept stationary on a smooth horizontal floor. When the blocks

are released, due to electrostatic repulsion, A moves towards left while B towards right. After

moving 40 cm, A comes in contact with a mass less spring of force constant K = 7600 Nm 1

while after moving 20 cm, B collides inelastically with a rigid wall as shown in figure. Calculate

(i) velocity of A when it comes in contact with the

spring and

(ii) maximum compression of the spring.

Ans:

(i) 12 ms-1

(ii) 101 cm

MKA 38. Two identical blocks A and B, each of mass m = 600 gm, each carrying positive charge of

q = 40 Care kept stationary on a smooth horizontal floor, When the blocks are released, due

to electrostatic repulsion, A moves towards left while B towards right. After moving 40 cm, A

comes in contact with a mass less spring of force constant K = 6400 Nm1, while after moving

20cm, B collides inelastically with a rigid wall as shown in figure. Calculate.

(i) velocity of A when it comes in contact with the

spring and

(ii) maximum compression of the spring.

Ans:

(i) 10 ms-1

(ii) 101 cm

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MKA 39. A wooden block of mass 700 gm is suspended by a light rigid rod of length 1 m form A. The

rod is free to rotate in a vertical plane through A, without friction.

A bullet of mass 10 gm is fired from point O on the ground with velocity 100 ms 1 at angel of

elevation . At highest point of its trajectory, it strikes the wooden block. At that instant block

was moving in vertical circle with velocity 7 ms 1and inclination of rod with vertical was 37 as

shown in Fig. The bullet gets embedded into the block and the combined body just completes

vertical circle. Calculate

(i) velocity of the combined body just after collision.

(ii) velocity of bullet just before collision, and

(iii) coordinates of A, in reference to coordinate system as

shown in figure.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 6 ms-1

(iii) (480.6 m, 180.8 m)

(ii) 80 ms-1

1

strikes elastically with a body of mass M = 2 m suspended by

two identical threads of length l = 1 m each as shown in Fig.

Calculate.

(i) maximum deflection angle with vertical of thread, and

(ii) period of small oscillations of body M.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans: (i) 37

(ii)

2

sec

10

plane. A small block of mass m rests over it at left end A

as shown in Fig. 41. A sharp impulse is applied on the

block, due to which it starts moving to the right with

velocity v0 = 6 ms 1. At highest point of its trajectory,

the block collides with a particle of the same mass m

moving vertically downwards with velocity v =2 ms1

and gets stuck with it. If the combined body lands at the

end point A of body of mass M, calculate length l.

(Neglect Friction).

(g = 10 ms2)

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Ans:

40 cm

MKA 42. In the arrangement shown in Fig. 42, ball and block

have the same mass m = 1 kg each, = 600 and length

l = 2.50 m. Coefficient of friction between block and

floor is 0.5. When the ball is released from the position

shown in the figure, it collides with the block and the

block stops after moving a distance 2.50 m.

Find coefficient of restitution for collision between the

ball and the block.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

vertical spring of force costant K = 1000 Nm 1 as shown in Fig. 43.

Another identical block A fall from a height h = 49.5 cm on the

block B and gets stuck with it. The combined body starts to

perform vertical oscillations.

Ans:

5 cm

(g = 10 ms2)

connected with each other as shown in Fig. 43 and

rest over a smooth horizontal table. At moment t = 0,

ball B is imparted a velocity v 0 = 9 ms1. Calculate

velocity of A when it collides with bass C.

Ans:

6 ms-1

charge q each are attached to the ends of a non

conducting light thread of length 2 l. A third particle of

mass 2 m is attached at midpoint of the thread. The

whole system is placed on a smooth horizontal floor

and the particle of mass 2 m is given a velocity v as

shown in figure. Calculate minimum distance between

the two charged particles during the process of

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motion.

Ans:

2q2l

40mv 2l q2

MKA 46. A pan of mass m = 1.5 kg and a block of mass M = 3 kg are connected with each other by a

flexible, light and inextensible string, passing over a small, light and frictionless pulley. Initially

the block is resting over a horizontal floor as shown in figure.

At t = 0, an inelastic ball of mass m 0 = 0.5kg collides with the pan

with velocity v0 = 16 ms1 (vertically downwards). Calculate

(i) maximum height, upto which the block rises,

(ii) the time t at which block strikes wit1h the floor,

iii) If the block comes to rest just after striking the floor, calculate

velocity of pan at t = 2 second.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 0.64 m

(ii) 1.60 sec

(iii) 0.48 ms-1 (downward)

MKA 47. Two identical blocks A and B each of mass 2 kg are hanging

stationary by a light inextensible flexible string, passing over a light

and frictionless pulley, as shown in Fig. 47. A shell C, of mass 1 kg

moving vertically upwards with velocity 9 ms 1 collides with block B

and gets stuck to it. Calculate

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

Ans:

maximum height reached by B, and

loss of mechanical energy up to that instant.

(iii) 32.4 joule

(ii) 0.81 m

MKA 48. A light flexible thread passes over a small, frictionless pulley. Two

blocks of mass m = 1 kg and M = 3 kg are attached with the thread

as shown in Fig. Heavier block rests on a slab. A shell of mass 1 kg,

moving upwards with velocity 10 ms 1, collides with the hanging block

at time t = 0. Calculate.

(i) maximum height ascended by M when it is jerked into motion, and

(ii) time t at that instant :

(a) If shell gets stuck the hanging block.

(b) If shell collides with the hanging block elastically. (g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

a. (i) 1 m

b. (i) 0.625 m

a. (ii) 2 sec

b. (ii) 2.50 sec.

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MKA 49. In the arrangement shown in Fig. pulleys are light and

frictionless and thread are flexible and inextensible. Mass of

each of the blocks A and B is m = 0.5 kg. Initially B is resting

over a slab and A is hanging.

A shell of equal mass m = 0.5 and moving vertically upwards

with velocity v0 = 12 ms1 strikes the block A and gets

embedded into at t = 0. Calculate.

(i) maximum height ascended by B when it is jerked into motion

and time t at that instant, and

(ii) time t when A strikes the slab. Initial height of block A from

the slab is h = 10 cm.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

length l = 1.50 m. Upper end of the thread is attached to the

ceiling of a trolley of mass M = 4 kg. initially. Trolley is

stationary and it is free to move along

horizontal

rails

without friction.

A shell of mass m = 1 kg, moving horizontally with velocity

v0 = 6 ms1, collides with the ball and gets stuck with it. As a

result, thread starts to deflect towards right. Calculate its

maximum deflection with the vertical.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

37

MKA 51. A small steel ball A is suspended by an inextensible thread of length l = 1.5

m from O. Another identical ball is thrown vertically downwards such that its

surface remains just in contact with thread during downward motion and

collide elastically with the suspended ball. If the suspended ball just.

Completes vertical circle after collision. Calculate the velocity of the falling

ball just before collision and its distance from O after t = 0.1 second after the

collision.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

MKA 52. A block A of mass m = 5 kg is attached with a spring having force constant k = 2000 Nm1.

The other end of the spring is fixed to a rough plane, inclined at 37 with horizontal and

having coefficient of friction = 0.25 Block A is gently placed on the plane such that the

spring has no tension. Then block A is released slowly.

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is achieved. Now an inextensible thread is connected

with block A and passed below pulley C and over

pulley D, as shown in figure,. Other end of the thread

is connected with another block B of mass 3 kg. Block

B is resting over a table and thread is loose.If the

table collapses suddenly and B falls freely through

80/9 cm the thread becomes taut, calculate

(ii) combined speed of blocks at that instant, and

(iii) maximum elongation of spring in the process of

motion.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 1 cm

(iii) 6 m

angel = 53 is resting over a smooth horizontal plane. A

shell of mass m = 0.5 kg moving horizontally with velocity

v0 = 40 ms1, collides with the wedge, just above point A.

As a consequence, wedge starts to move towards left with

velocity v -= 5 ms1. Calculate

(i) heat generated during collision.

(ii) maximum height reached by the shell, and

(iii) distance of point A of wedge from the shell when shell

strikes the plane.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(iii) 30 m

(ii) 45 m

MKA 54. A uniform chain A B of length 2l having mass per unit length is

hanging from ceiling of an elevator by two light, inextensible

threads AA and BB of equal length as shown in figure. Distance

AB is very small. At a certain instant, elevator starts ascending

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motion, thread BB is burnt. Assuring that instant to be t = O,

calculate tension in thread AA at time t.

3

l(g a) (ga)2 t 2

4

MKA 55.

A turn table is free to rotate about a fixed vertical axis and has a smooth groove made

on its upper surface along a radius. The table is rotated about the axis with constant angular

velocity and a particle of mass m is gently placed in the groove at distance a from the axis of

rotation. Calculate magnitude of resultant velocity of the particle as a function of its distance x

from axis of rotation. Calculate also, torque required to keep the angular velocity constant.

Ans:

2x 2 a2 ,2m2 x x 2 a 2

smooth horizontal table top. Two masses m 1 = 3 kg and m2 = 6.2

kg are connected at the ends of the strings as shown in Fig. 56.

Initially, m2 is held at rest and m1 is rotated along a horizontal

circle of radius r0 = 20 cm with angular velocity 0 = 18 rad sec1.

Calculate.

(i) acceleration of m2 when it is released from rest, and velocity of

m1 when radius of its circular path becomes 30 cm.

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

1

331

6.76ms

ms

2

23

kept stationary on a rough inclined plane by fixing a highly

dense particle at B. Inclination of plane is 37 with horizontal

and AB is the diameter of the sphere which is parallel to the

plane, as shown in Fig. 57 Calculate.

(i) mass of the particle fixed at B, and

(ii) minimum required coefficient of friction between sphere

and plane to keep sphere in equilibrium.

Ans:

(i) 3 kg

(ii) 0.75

MKA 58. A ball of radius R = 20 cm has mass m = 0.75 kg and moment of inertia (about its diameter)

I = 0.0125 kg m2. The ball rolls without sliding over a rough horizontal floor with velocity v 0 =

10 ms1 towards a smooth vertical wall. If coefficient of restitution between the wall and the

ball is e = 0.7 calculate velocity v of the ball long after the collision.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

2 ms-1

R = 0.10 m. At time t = 0, a sharp impulse is applied a B at angle of

450 with the horizontal, as shown in figure. So that the ball

immediately starts to move with velocity v0 = 10 ms1.

(i) Calculate the impulse. If coefficient of kinetic friction between the

floor and the ball is = 0.1, calculate,

(ii) velocity of ball when it stops sliding.

(iii) time t at that instant.

(iv) horizontal distance traveled by the ball upto that instant,

(v) angular displacement of the ball about horizontal diameter

perpendicular to AB, upto that instant, and

(vi) energy lost due to friction.

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(ii) Zero

(iii) 10 second

(iv) 50 m(Leftward)

(v) 1250 radians (clockwise)

(vi) 70 joule

MKA 60. A solid ball of diameter d = 11 cm is rotating about its one of the horizontal diameters with

angular velocity 0 = 120 rad/sec. It is released from a height so that it falls h = 1.8 m freely

and then collides with the horizontal floor. Coefficient restitution is e = 5/6 and coefficient of

friction between the ball and the ground is = 0.2. Calculate fraction of energy lost during

collision and the distance between the points where the ball strikes the floor for the first and

second time. ( g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

0.432, 2.2 m

MKA 61. A steel ball of radius R = 20 cm and mass m = 2 kg is rotating about a horizontal diameter

with angular velocity 0 = 50 rad/sec. This rotating ball is dropped on to a rough horizontal

floor and falls freely through a height h = 1.25 m. The coefficient of restitution is e = 1.0 and

coefficient of friction between the ball and the floor is = 0.3. Calculate

(i) distance between points of first and second impact of the ball with the floor, and

(ii) loss of energy due to friction.

Ans:

(i) 3 m

vertical inextensible strings as shown in figure. Calculate tension

T in left string at the instant, when right string snaps.

Ans:

Mg

4

angle 370 is placed on a smooth horizontal floor. A

solid cylinder of radius R = 20 cm and mass m = 4

kg is placed over the inclined surface of the prism. If

sufficient friction exists between the cylinder surface

and the prism, so that cylinder does not slip,

calculate also, force of friction existing between the

cylinder and the prism. ( g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

Angular acceleration of cylinder = 30 radian/sec 2

(clockwise)

R = 20 cm is free to roll (without sliding) over the

inclined surface of a wooden wedge of mass M = 0.28

kg. Surface of wedge in inclined at 37 0 with the

horizontal and the wedge lies on a smooth horizontal

floor. When the system is released from rest, calculate

(i) acceleration of the wedge,

(ii) angular acceleration of the cylinder, and

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wedge.

(g = 10 ms2)

(i) 3.75 ms-2

(ii) 30 rad sec-2

(iii) Normal reaction = 5.75 N

Friction = 3.00 N

Interaction force =

5.752 32 6.49N

Ans:

0.80 m is free to rotate about a horizontal axis O

passing through its centre. A particle P of mass M =

11.2 kg falls vertically through a height h = 36/245 m

and collides elastically with the rod at a distance l/4

from O. At the instant of collision the rod was

stationary and was at angle = 370 with horizontal

as shown in figure. Calculate

(i) angular velocity of the rod just after collision, and

(ii) velocity (direction and magnitude of particle P

after collision.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 3 rad/sec

(horizontally rightward)

MKA 66. A homogeneous rod AB of length L and mass M is hinged at the centre O in such a way that

it can rotate freely in the vertical plane. The rod is initially in horizontal position. An insect S of

the same mass M falls vertically with speed V on point C, midway between the points O and

B. Immediately after falling, the insect starts to move towards B such that the rod rotates with

a constant angular velocity .

(i) calculate angular velocity in terms of V

and L,

Ans:

has turned through an angle of 90 0,

calculate v in terms of L.

(i)

(ii)

7 12V

2gL

12 7L

MKA 67. A square frame is formed by four rods, each of length l = 60 cm. Mass of two rods AB and

BC is m = 25/18 kg each while that of rods AD and CD is 2m each. The frame is free to rotate

about a fixed horizontal axis passing through its geometric centre O shown in figure. A spring

is placed on the rod AB at a distance a = 15 cm from B. The spring is held vertical and a block

is placed on upper end of the spring so that rod AB is horizontal.

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(ii) If the spring is initially compressed by connecting a thread

between its ends and energy stored in it is 76.5 joule,

calculate

velocity with which block bounces up when the thread is burnt.

Calculate also maximum angular velocity of frame during its

rotational motion assuming that the block does not collide with the

frame in subsequent motion.

( g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 25/9 kg

(iii) 3.53 rad/sec

MKA 68. A heavy plank of mass 102.5 kg is placed over two cylindrical rollers of radii R = 10 cm and

r = 5 cm. Mass of rollers is 40 kg and 20 kg respectively. Plank is pulled towards right by

applying a horizontal force F = 25 N as shown in figure. During first second of motion the

plank gets displaced by 10 cm.

If plank remains horizontal and slipping does not 1take place, calculate magnitude and

direction of force of friction acting between

(i) plank an bigger roller,

(ii) plank and smaller roller,

(iii) bigger roller and floor, and

(iv) smaller roller and floor.

Ans:

(i) 3N

(iii) 1.00 N

(g = 10 ms2)

(ii) 1.50 N

(iv) 0.50 N

Mass of block, having track, is M = 1 kg and rests over a

smooth horizontal floor. A cylinder of radius r = 10 cm and

mass m = 0.5 kg is hanging by a thread such that axes of

cylinder and track are in same level and surface of

cylinder is in contact with the track as shown in figure.

When the thread is burnt, cylinder starts to move down the

track. Sufficient friction exists between surface of

cylinder and track, so that cylinder does not slip.

Calculate velocity of axis of cylinder

bottom of the track.

Ans:

when it reaches

(g = 10 ms2)

2 ms-1

MKA 70. A trolley initially at rest with a solid cylinder placed on its

bed such that cylinder axis makes angle with direction

of motion of trolley as shown in figure, starts to move

forward with constant acceleration a. If initial distance of

mid point of cylinder axis from rear edge of trolley bed is

d, calculate the distance s which the trolley goes before

the cylinder rolls off the edge of its horizontal bed.

Assume dimensions of cylinder to be very small in

comparison to other dimensions. Neglect slipping.

Calculate also, frictional force acting on the cylinder.

Ans:

3

1

dcos ec 2 ,

ma sin2 9 cos2

2

3

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MKA 71. A uniform circular disc of mass M and radius R is free to rotate

about a vertical axis O passing through its rim. An insect of

mass m is at point A such that line OA is the diameter of the

disc as shown in figure. The insect describes a complete circle

relative to disc and returns to the starting point A. Calculate the

angle moved by the disc relative to the ground.

Ans:

3M

1

3M

8m

cm is placed on a sharp support O such that AO = a = 40

cm and OB = b = 60 cm. A spring of force constant K =

600 Nm1 is attached to end B as shown in figure. To

keep the rod horizontal, its end A is tied with a thread

such that the spring is elongated by y = 1 cm. Calculate

reaction of support O on the rod when the thread is

burnt.

(g 10 ms2)

Ans:

20 newton

3 and B have mass m1 = 2 kg and m2 = kg

respectively. Pulley having moment of 7 inertia I = 0.11 kg m2 can rotate with out friction

10 of pulley are a 10 cm and b = 15 cm

about a fixed axis. Inner and outer radii

respectively. B is hanging with the thread wrapped around the pulley, while A lies on a rough

inclined plane. Coefficient of friction being =. Calculate

(i) tension in each thread, and

(ii) acceleration of each block. ( g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(ii) Tension in thread connected with B is 26 N

(iii) Acceleration of A = 2 ms-2 (up the plane)

(iv) Acceleration of B = 3 ms-2 (vertically downward)

A and B is m1 = 0.5 kg and m2 = 10 kg, respectively

and mass of spool is M = 8 kg. Inner and outer radii

of the spool are a = 10 cm and b = 15 cm

respectively. Its moment of inertia about its own axis

is I0 = 0.10 kg m2. If friction be sufficient of prevent

sliding, calculate acceleration of blocks A and B.

( g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

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MKA 75. A pulley of radius b = 20 cm is fixed 33 with a shaft of radius a = 10 cm. Moment of

inertia of shaftpulley system is I = kg 800 m2 and the system is free to rotate about axis O

of the shaft without friction. A block B of

mass m2 = 8 kg is resting over and ideal spring

of force constant. K = 2048 Nm 1. Lower end of the spring is fixed to the floor and the spring

is vertical. Thread connected between shaft and block B is just taut.

Another thread is connected between pulley and block A of mass m 1

= 4 kg. Initially this thread is loose. When block A is released, first it

falls freely through a height h = 405/1024 m, then the thread

becomes taut and block B is jerked into motion. Calculate

(i) initial compression of the spring,

(ii) velocity of block B when it is jerked into motion,

(iii) loss of energy during that jerk, and

(iv) maximum elongation of spring (from its natural length) in the

process of motion.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 125/32 cm

(ii) 80 cm sec-1

(iii) joule or 6.82 joule

(iv)

13

873

128

m 10.16cm

128

MKA 76. A wheel of radius R = 10 cm and moment of inertia I = 0.05 kgm2 is rotating about a fixed

horizontal axis O with angular velocity 0 = 10 rad/sec. A uniform rigid rod of mass m = 3 kg

and length l = 50 cm is hinged at one end A such that it can rotate about end A in a vertical

plane. End B of the rod is tied with a thread as shown in figure such that the rod is horizontal

and is just in contact with the surface of rotating wheel. Horizontal distance between axis of

rotation. O of cylinder and A is equal to

a = 30 cm.

If the wheel stops rotating after one second after

the thread has burnt, calculate coefficient of

friction between the rod and the surface of the

wheel.

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

0.2

MKA 77. In the arrangement shown in figure, ABC is a straight, light and rigid rod of length 90 cm.

End A is pivoted so that the rod can rotate freely about it, in vertical plane. A pulley, having

internal and external radii R = 7.5 cm and r = 5 cm is fixed to a shaft of radius 5 cm. The

pulleyshaft system can rotate about a fixed horizontal axis O. B is point of contact of the

pulley and the rod. From free end C of the rod

a mass m2 = 2 kg is suspended by a thread.

Another thread is wound over the shaft and a

block of mass m1 = 4 kg is suspended from it. If

coefficient of friction between the rod and the

pulley surface is

= 0.4 and moment of

inertia of pulleyshaft system about axis O is I

= 0.045 kg m2, calculate acceleration of block

m1, when the system is released. ( g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

1 ms-2

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MKA 78. A uniform rod of length l = 75 cm is hinged t one of its end and is free to rotate in vertical

plane. It is released from rest when the rod is horizontal. When rod becomes vertical, it is

broken at mid point and lower part now moves freely. Calculate distance of the centre of lower

part from hinge, when it again becomes vertical for the first time.

( g = 10 ms2)

Ans: 2.52 m

MKA 79. A man can jump over b = 4 m wide trench on earth. If mean density of an imaginary

planet is twice that of the earth, calculate its maximum possible radius so that he may

escape from it by jumping. Given radius of earth, R e = 6.4 106 m.

Ans:

6.4 km

MKA 80. A thin uniform rod of length 2 a has mass per unit length. Calculate magnitude of

gravitational field strength an potential as a function of distance r from centre of the rod

along the straight line

(i) perpendicular to the rod and passing through the centre,

(ii) coinciding with the rods axis (at points lying outside the rod).

2

2

2

Ans: (i)

(ii)

2Ga2Ga ,G log a r ar a

2 , 22G log e

2 (r 2 a )

r ar

r

r

a

MKA 81. A particle of mass m is placed on centre of curvature

of a fixed, uniform

(i) interaction force between the ring and the particle, and

(ii) work required to displace the particle from centre of curvature to

infinity.

Ans:

(i)

2GMm

GMm

RR2

(ii)

MKA 82. A system consists of a thin ring of radius R and a very long uniform wire oriented along axis

of the ring with one of its ends coinciding with the centre of the ring. If mass of ring be M and

mass of wire be per unit length, calculate interaction force between the ring and the wire.

GM

R

MKA 83. Inside a fixed sphere of radius R and uniform density , there is a

spherical cavity of radius R/2 such that surface of the cavity passes

through the centre of the sphere as shown in figure. A particle of mass m

is released from rest at centre B of the cavity. Calculate velocity

with

which particle strikes the centre A of the sphere. Neglect earths gravity.

Ans:

Ans:

2

GR2

3

MKA 84. In a vertical cylindrical vessel of base area A = 80 cm 2 water is filled to a height h = 30 cm. If

density and Bulk Modulus of water be = 1000 kg m3 and B = 2 109 Nm2, calculate elastic

deformation energy of water in the vessel. ( g = 10 ms 2)

2g2 Ah3

=1.8 x10-6 joule

6B

MKA 85. A ring of radius R = 4 m is

Ans:

made of a highly dense material. Mass of the ring is m 1 = 5.4 109 kg. Distributed uniformly

over its circumference. A highly dense particle of mass m 2 = 6 10 8 kg is placed on the axis

of the ring at a distance x0 = 3 m from the centre. Neglecting all other force, S except mutual

gravitational interaction of the two, calculate

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(ii) speed of the particle at this instant.

Ans: (i) 0.3 m

(ii) 18 cm/sec

MKA 86. An artificial satellite of mass m of a planet of mass M, revolves in a circular orbit

whose radius in n times the radius R of the planet. In the process of motion the satellite

experiences a slight resistance due to cosmic dust. Assuming resistance force on

satellite to depend on velocity as F = a. v.2 where a is a constant, calculate how long the

satellite will stay in orbit before it falls onto the planets surface.

Ans:

m R( n 1)

a GM

MKA 87. A satellite is revolving round the 5

1

earth in a circular orbit of radius a

from the satellite in forward direction

with relative velocity v = v0. Calculate, during subsequent motion of the particle its minimum

and maximum distance from earths centre.

Ans:

5a

a,

3

MKA 88. A solid sphere of mass m = 2 kg and specific gravity s = 0.5 is

held stationary relative to a tank filled with water as shown in

figure. The tank is accelerating vertically upward with acceleration

a = 2 ms2.

(i) Calculate tension in the thread connected between the sphere

and the bottom of the tank.

(ii) If the thread snaps, calculate acceleration of sphere with

respect to the tank. (density of water is = 1000 kg m3)

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans: (i) 24 N

and ends of both of the vertical arms are open to

surroundings of pressure 10500 Nm 2. A liquid of

density = 103 kg m3 is poured into the tube such that

liquid just fills horizontal part of the tube. Now, one of

the open ends is sealed and the tube is then rotated

about a vertical axis passing through the other vertical

arm with angular velocity 0 = 10 radian/ sec. If length

of each vertical arm be a = 6 cm, calculate the length of

air column in the sealed arm.

( g = 10 ms2)

Ans: 5 cm

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MKA 90. A cylindrical tank having crosssectional area A = 0.5 m 2 is filled with two liquids of density

1 = 900 kg m3 and 2 = 600 kg m3, to a height h = 60 cm each as shown in figure. A small

hole having area a = 5 cm 2 is made in right vertical wall at a height y = 20 cm from the

bottom. Calculate

(i) velocity of efflux,

(ii)horizontal force F to keep the cylinder in static

equilibrium, if it is placed on a smooth horizontal

plane, and

(iii) minimum and maximum values of F to keep the

cylinder in static equilibrium, if coefficient of friction

between the cylinder and the plane is = 0.01

(g = 10 ms2)

Ans: (i) 4 ms-1

(iii) Zero, 52.2 N

(ii) 7.2 N

MKA 91. Curved surface of a vessel has shape of a truncated cone having semi vertex angle

= 370. Top and bottom radii of the vessel are r1 = 3 cm and r2 = 12 cm respectively and

height is h = 12 cm. The vessel is full of water (density = 1000 kg m3) and is placed on a

smooth horizontal plane in vacuum. Calculate

(i) mass of the liquid in the vessel,

(ii) force on the bottom of the vessel,

(iii) resultant force on curves walls.

A hole having area S = 1.5 cm 2 is made in curved wall near

the bottom. Calculate

(iv) velocity of efflux,

(v) horizontal range of water jet, and

(vi) horizontal force required to keep the vessel in static

equilibrium. Neglect atmospheric pressure.

Ans:

(i) 0.756. kg

(iii) 9.72 N (vertically 24 ms1

upward)

(iv)

(v) 23.04 cm

(ii) 17.28. N

(vi) 0.288 N

MKA 92. A cylindrical tank of base area A has a small orifice of area a at the bottom. At time t = 0, a

tap starts to supply water into the tank at a constant rate Q m 3 s1. Calculate relation between

height h of water in the tank and time t.

Ans:

t=

Q 2gh

Q

loge

2h

identical brass rods of length l2 = 20 cm each,

support a light horizontal platform as shown in

figure. Cross sectional area of each of the three

rods is A = 1 cm2. Calculate stress in each rod

when a vertically downward force

F = 5000

N is applied on the platform.

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Ys = 2 1011 Nm2.

Youngs modulus of elasticity for brass, Y b = 1

1011 Nm2.

Ans:

In brass, b = 1.5 x 107 Nm-2

As =2 x 10-6 m2 other of bronze having cross sectional area

Ab = 1x10-6 m2 are suspended from a ceiling as shown in

Fig., horizontal distance between the two being r = 55 cm.

Each wire is l = 150 cm long. A light but horizontal cross

piece connects the lower ends of he wires. Where should a

force F = 1100 N be applied on this cross piece, so that it

remains horizontal after the force is applied.

Given, Youngs modulus of elasticity of steel, Ys = 2 x 1011

Nm-2, Youngs modulus of elasticity of bronze, Yb = 1.5 x 1011

Nm-2.

Ans:

x = 15 cm

MKA 95. Distance between centers of two stars is 10 a. Mass of these stars is M and 16 M and their

radii are a and 2a respectively. A body of Mass m is fired straight form the surface of larger

star directly towards the smaller star. Calculate minimum initial speed of the body so that it

can reach the surface of smaller star. Obtain the expression in terms of G, M and a.

Ans:

45GM

4a

MKA 96. A steel bolt of cross-section area Ab

= 5 x 10-5 m2 is passed through a cylindrical

tube made of aluminium. Cross-sectional area of the tube material is A t = 10 x 10-5 m2 and its

length is

l = 50 cm. The bolt is just taut so that there is no stress in the bolt. Calculate

stress in bolt and tube when temperature of the assembly is increased through = 10C.

Given : Youngs modulus of steel, Yb = 2 x 1011 Nm2

Youngs modulus pf aluminum, Yt = 1 x 1011 Nm2

Coefficient of linear thermal expansion of steel,

b = 1 x 105/C

Coefficient of linear thermal expansion of

aluminum, t = 2 x 105/C.

Ans:

Stress in bolt = 1 x 10 7 Nm-2 (tensile)

MKA 97. One end of an ideal spring is fixed to a wall at origin O and axis of spring is parallel to x-axis.

A block of mass m = 1 kg is attached to the free end of the spring and it is performing S.H.M

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Equation of position of the block in co-ordinate system shown in Fig. 97 is x = 10 + 3 sin (10t),

when t is in second and x in cm.

(i) Calculate force constant of the spring,

Another identical block, moving towards origin with velocity 0.6 ms -1 collides elastically with

the block performing S.H.M. at t = 0. Calculate

(ii) new amplitude of oscillations.

(iii) equation of position of block performing S.H.M., and

(iv) percentage increase in oscillation energy. Neglect friction.

Ans:

(ii) 6 cm

(iii) x = 10+6 sin(10t+) or x = 106 sin (10t) cm

(iv) 300 %

MKA 98. One end of an ideal spring is fixed to a wall at origin O and axis of spring parallel to x-axis. A

block of mass m = 1 kg is attached to free end of the spring and it is performing S.H.M.

Equation of position of the block in co-ordinate system shown in figure is x = 10 + 3. sin (10.t),

t is in second and x in cm.

Ans:

Another block of mass M = 3 kg, moving towards the origin with velocity 30 cm/sec collides

with the block performing S.H.M. at t = O and gets stuck to it. Calculate.

(i) new amplitude of oscillations,

(ii) new equation for position of the combined

body, and

(iii) loss of energy during collision. Neglect

friction.

(i) 3 cm

(ii) x = 10 + 3. sin (5t + ) or x = 10 3 sin (5t) cm

(iii) 0.135 joule

MKA 99. One end of an ideal spring is fixed with a wall and the other end is fixed with a block of mass

m = 1 kg. Force constant of spring is K = 100 Nm -1 and block is performing S.H.M. with

amplitude 3 cm. When the block is at left extreme position, an other block of mass M = 3 kg,

moving directly toward with velocity 80/3 cm/sec, collides and gets stuck to it.

(i) Calculate angular frequency and amplitude of oscillations of the combined body.

(ii) Assuming that the collision takes place at

t = 0, and right hand direction to be positive

xdirection. Calculate initial phase of

oscillations of the combined body. Neglect

friction.

Ans:

(ii) 217 or 217

rad

180

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MKA 100. Two identical blocks A and B of mass m = 3 kg are attached with ends of an ideal spring

of force constant K = 2000 Nm -1 and rest over a smooth horizontal floor. Another identical

block C moving with velocity V0 = 0.6ms-1as shown in figure strikes of block A and gets

stuck to it. Calculate for subsequent motion

(i) velocity of centre of mass of the system.

(ii) frequency of oscillations of the system,

(iii) oscillation energy of the system, and

(iv) maximum compression of the spring.

Ans:

(i) 0.2 ms-1

(ii)

5 10

H

2

(iii) 0.09 joule

3 10mm

(iv)

MKA 101. Two block A and B of masses m 1 = 3 kg and m2 = 6 kg respectively connected with each

other by a spring of force constant K = 200 Nm -1 as shown in Fig. 101. Blocks are pulled away

from each other by xo = 3 cm and then released. When spring is in its natural length and

blocks are moving towards each other, another block of mass m = 3 kg moving with velocity v 0

= 0.4ms-1 (towards right) collides with A and gets stuck to it. Neglecting friction, calculate

(i) velocities v1 and v2 of the blocks A and B respectively just before collision and their

angular frequency,

(ii) velocity of centre of mass of the system, after collision,

(iii) amplitude of oscillations of combined body, and

(iv) loss of energy during collision.

Ans:

(ii) 0.1 ms-1 (towards right)

(iii)

24 cm

(iv) 0.03

joule

light and spring are ideal, K1, K2, K3 and K4 are force

constants of the springs. Calculate period of small

vertical oscillations of block of mass m.

Ans:

1 1

1

1

K

K

K

K

1

2

3

4

4 m

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constant K1 and K2respectively. Lower ends of these

springs are attached to the ground so that the

springs remain vertical. A light rod of length 3a is

attached with upper ends B and C of springs. A

particle of mass m is fixed with the rod at a distance

a from end B and in equilibrium, the rod is

horizontal. Calculate period of small vertical

oscillations of the system.

2 m(K1 4K 2 Ans:

3

K1K 2

MKA 104. Fig shows a particle of mass m = 100 gm,

attached with four identical springs, each of length

l = 10 cm. Initial tension in each spring if F 0 = 25

newton. Neglecting gravity, calculate period of

small oscillations of the particle along a line

perpendicular to the plane of the figure.

Ans:

0.02 sec

MKA 105. In the arrangement shown in Fig. 105, body B is a solid cylinder radius R = 10 cm with

mass M = 4 kg. It can rotate without friction about a fixed horizontal axis O, A block A of mass

m = 2 kg suspended by an inextensible thread is wrapped around the cylinder. A horizontal

light spring of force constant K = 100 Nm -1 fixed at one end keeps the system in static

equilibrium. Calculate

(i) initial elongation in the spring, and

(ii) period of small vertical oscillations of the block.

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(i) 20 cm

MKA 106. A solid uniform sphere of radius r rolls without sliding along the inner surface of a fixed

spherical shell of radius R and performs small oscillations. Calculate period of these

oscillations.

Ans:

7(R r)

2

5g

MKA 107. One end of each of two identical

springs, natural length 9 cm and force constant K = 45 Nm -1 is attached with a small

particle of mass m = 30 gm. Other end of right spring if fixed with a wall and other end of left

spring is attached with a fixed block having a positive charge q = 1 C as shown in figure.

The particle rests over a smooth horizontal plane and springs are non-deformed.

Calculate deformation of springs when a positive

charge q = 1 C is given to the particle and

equilibrium is attained.

Calculate also, frequency of small longitudinal

oscillations of the particle.

Ans: 1 cm,

30

Hz

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MKA 108. A non-conducting piston of mass m and area S divides a non-conducting, closed cylinder

into two parts as shown in Fig. 108. Piston is connected with left wall of cylinder by a spring of

force constant K. Left part is evacuated and right part contains an ideal gas at pressure P.

Adiabatic constant of the gas is and in equilibrium length of each part is l.

Calculate angular frequency

oscillations of the piston.

PS Kl Ans:

ml

of

small

with water (density = 1000 kg m-3) upto 20 cm height.

One end of an ideal spring of natural length h 0 = 20 cm

and force constant K = 280 Nm-1 is fixed to the bottom of

a tank so that spring, remains vertical. This system is in

an elevator moving downwards with acceleration a = 2

ms-2. A cubical block of side l = 10 cm and mass m = 2

kg is gently placed over the spring and released

gradually, as shown in Fig. 109.

(i) Calculate compression of the spring in equilibrium

position.

(ii) If block is slightly pushed down from equilibrium

position and released, calculate frequency of its vertical

oscillations.

Ans:

(i) 4 cm

5 2

sec 1

(ii)

MKA 110. Both the limbs of a U-tube are vertical. One end of a light spring of

force constant K = 78 Nm -1is fixed with top of left limb and a piston of

mass m = 50 gm is attached with lower end of the spring as shown in

Fig. 110. Cross-sectional area of tube is S = 1 cm 2. Water (density

= 1000 kg ms-3) is poured into right limb till elongation of spring

reduces to a = 6 mm.

(i) Calculate difference h between level of water in right limb and

level of lower face of the piston

(ii) If mass of whole in the tube is M = 150 gm, calculate angular

frequency of small oscillations. (Neglect Atmospheric pressure).

Ans:

(i) 32 mm

(ii) 20 rad/sec

MKA 1* A bus is traveling along a straight road with velocity v = 6.4ms-1. A boy is sitting a distance a

way from line of motion of the bus. He throws a stone with velocity u = 10 ms -1 at the instant

when a glass window of the bus is infront of the him. If the stone strikes this glass window at

highest point of its trajectory and height of the window above the point of projection is H 1.8

m, calculate.

(i) time of flight of the stone,

(ii) distance a, and

(iii) inclination of plane of trajectory of stone with the road. (g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(iii) 37

(ii) 2.88 m

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MKA 2*. A particle of mass m=1kg is moving 5 along x-axis with constant velocity of magnitude

v0=2 ms-1. When it passes through

origin, it experience a constant force F= Newton

inclined at angle =tan-1 (2) with x-axis so that the particle now moves in negative quadrant of

x-y plane. Neglecting gravity, calculate equation to the trajectory of the particle.

Ans:

small and smooth. Mass of blocks A, B and C is m 1=

14 kg, m2 = 11 kg and M = 52 kg respectively. The

block A can slide freely along a vertical rail, fixed to left

vertical face of block C. Assuming all the surfaces to

be smooth, calculate magnitude of resultant

acceleration of each of the blocks A, B and C.

(g = 10 ms-2)

MKA 4*. A shell of mass m =1 kg is fired from a point O on the ground with velocity u =6 ms -1 at angle

= 60 with the horizontal. At highest point of trajectory, the shell just comes into contact to a

horizontal plank of mass M = 2 kg which is resting over a horizontal platform as shown in

figure. Coefficient of friction between shell and plank is 2 = 0.5 and that between plank and

platform is 1 = 0.1. In the figure, x-axis is horizontal axis

through O and is in the line of trajectory of the shell and

y-axis is vertical axis through O. Calculate co-ordinates f

the point where the shell finally comes to rest and

displacement of plank upto that instant.

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

velocity u = 10 ms -1 at an angle with horizontal.

At highest point of its trajectory, it comes into

contact with lowest point of a vertical circular

track of radius R = 1 m as shown in figure and

it starts to move along inner surface of the

track. Height of lowest point of the track from

ground is h = 3.10 m. Neglecting friction

between particle and the track, calculate

maximum height reached by the particle above

the ground

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

4.892 m

MKA 6*. A rod AB of length a = 90 cm can rotate freely in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis

OO, passing through its one end A as shown in figure, A particle is suspended from other and

rod by a light, inextensible thread of the length l = 50 cm. The thread is capable of with

standing a maximum tension equal to 1.25 times the weight of the particle. If rod starts to

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rotate and its angular velocity increases slowly and if height OA is equal to h = 120 cm,

calculate.

(i) speed of the particle when it strikes the

ground, and

(ii) distance of the point at which particle strikes

the ground from foot O of the axis of rotation.

(g = 10 ms-2)

1

(i) 5 ms 120 2 cm

(ii)

spring of force constant K = 110 Nm-1. Other end of the spring

is fixed to a rough plane having inclination =sin1(3/5) with the

horizontal and having coefficient of friction = 0.2. The spring

is kept in its natural length by an inextensible thread tied

between its ends as shown in figure. If the thread is burnt,

calculate elongation of spring when the block attains static

equilibrium position.

Ans:

64

11

cm

MKA 8*. A stationary light, smooth pulley can rotate without friction about a

fixed horizontal axis. A light rope passes over the pulley. One end of

the rope supports a ladder with a man and the other end supports a

counterweight of mass M, Mass of the man is m. Initially, centre of

mass of the counterweight is at a height h from that of the man as

shown in Fig. 8*. If the man starts to climb up the ladder slowly,

calculate work done by him to reach his centre of mass level with

that of the counterweight.

Ans:

mMgh

(M m)

r

an inextensible thread of length l = 1 m: The

0

point of suspension is at height h = 6 m 0 from the ground. The bass is drawn aside and

an impulse is given to it so that it passes through the equilibrium position with velocity= 5ms 1.

Another ball of mass m/2 is projected from the ground with velocity u at angle with

horizontal such that its plane of trajectory passes through the point of suspension and is

normal to .

At highest point of trajectory, second ball collides with the first ball. If at the instant of collision,

first ball was passing through its exactly lowest position and first ball, subsequently,

completes vertical circle, calculate.

(i) maximum possible value of , and

(ii) corresponding value of u. (g = 10 ms2)

Ans:

(i) 53

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MKA 10*. A ball of mass m = 1 kg is suspended from point O of a toy cart of mass M = 3 kg by an

inextensible thread of length l = 1.5625 m. The ball is first raised to point A and then the ball is

released from rest. Point A is in the same level as O and distance OA is such that the ball falls

freely through a height h = 1.25m as shown in figure, then thread becomes taut. Neglecting

friction, calculate

(i) velocity of cart just after the thread becomes taut, and

(ii) loss of energy when thread becomes taut.

Ans: (i)

(ii)

5350 1

msJ

749

MKA 11*.A wedge of mass M = 3.6 kg and having base angle = 3.7 is resting over a smooth

horizontal surface. A ball of mass m = 1 kg is thrown vertically downwards such that it strikes

the wedge with velocity v0 = 11 ms-1 at height h = 48 cm from base of the wedge as shown in

figure. Coefficient of restitution between ball and wedge is e = 0.5 Assuming all the surfaces

to be smooth, calculate

(i) velocity of wedge just after collision,

(ii) vertical component of velocity of ball just after

collision,

(iii) time of flight of ball from the instant of collision with

wedge to the instant when ball strikes the floor, and

(iv) distance between ball and right edge of the wedge

ball strikes the floor.

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(i) 2 ms1

(iii) 0.2 second

(iv) 1.20 m

MKA 12*. A uniform rod of length 4l and mass m is free to rotate about a horizontal axis passing

through a point distant l from its one end. When the rod is horizontal, its angular velocity is as

shown figure. Calculate

(i) reaction of axis at this instant,

(ii) acceleration of centre of mass of the rod at this instant,

(iii) reaction of axis and acceleration of centre of mass of the rod when rod becomes vertical

for the first time, and

(iv) minimum value of so that centre of rod can complete circular motion.

Ans:

(iv)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

3g 7l2 2

4mg

1 (l)

6g

13 7 7 6g

2

2 4g

mg

ml

,

7

7 l

71

MKA 13*. A uniform solid cylinder of mass m = 2 kg and radius R = 10 cm is gently placed on a rough

having inclination = 37 with horizontal and having coefficient of friction = 1/8, such that

axis of the cylinder is normal to line of greatest slope of the plane. Calculate after one second.

(i) Kinetic energy of the cylinder, and

(ii) loss of energy against friction.

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(i) 27 J

(ii) 3 J

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MKA 14*. A solid ball of radius R = 10 cm and mass m = 0.8 kg rolls down, from rest, along a rough

plane inclined at angle = 37 with horizontal. Vertical component of displacement of ball is h 1

= 1.75 m as shown in the figure. Base of inclined plane is at height h 2 = 37 cm

from

the

ground. If coefficient of friction and restitution between the ball and ground are = 0.025 and

e = 0.5 respectively, calculate distance, from O, of the point at which the ball strikes the

ground.

(i) for the first time, and

(ii) for the second time,

Calculate also, loss of energy against

friction during first collision with the

ground. What amount of energy is lost during

first collision with the ground ?

(G = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(i) 46 cm

(ii) 212 cm, 88.5 ml, 4.8885 J

MKA 15*. Two identical balls, each of mass m = 1 kg are attached at ends of an

ideal spring of natural length l0 = 10 cm and having force constant K =

13750 Nm-1. The system is placed on a smooth horizontal table. A

sharp impulse is applied at one of these balls in a direction normal to

axis of the spring. If the impulse is horizontal and is equal to J = 6 N-s,

calculate

(i) energy supplied by the impulse, and

(ii) an expression from maximum elongation x 0 of the spring during

subsequent motion.

(i) 18 J

(ii) J2(4

circular orbit of radius a with velocity v 0. A gun

0

is in the satellite and is aimed directly

towards the earth. A bullet is fired from the gun

with muzzle velocity . Neglecting 2 resistance offered by cosmic dust, calculate.

(i) minimum and maximum distance of bullet from earth during its subsequent motion, and

(ii) period of revolution.

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

2a

16a

,2a

33 3v 0

MKA 17*. Two cylindrical tanks having crosssectional area A and 2A are kept on a

horizontal floor. First tank is filled with water to a height h while the other is empty . If two tank

are connected by a pipe of cross-sectional area a(a<<A) at the bottom at t = 0, calculate

time t when level of water in two tanks becomes same.

Calculate also, loss of gravitations potential energy during the process

Assume density of water and gravitational acceleration to be uniform and equal to and g

respectively.

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Ans:

2A 2h 1

, Agh2

g is3 a uniform rod of

MKA 18*. In the arrangement shown Fig. 3a

18*, AB

length l = 90 cm and mass M = 2 kg. The rod is free to rotate

about a horizontal axis passing through end A. A thread

passes over a light, smooth and small pulley. One end of the

thread is attached with end B of the rod and the other end

carries a block of mass m = 1 kg. To keep the system in

equilibrium, one end of an ideal spring of force constant K =

7500 Nm-1 is attached with mid point of the rod and the other

end is fixed such that in equilibrium, the spring is vertical and

the rod is horizontal. If in equilibrium, the spring is vertical

and the rod is horizontal. If in equilibrium, part of the thread

between end B and pulley is vertical, calculate frequency of

small oscillations of the system.

15 5

4 Ans:

Hz,

2

405

radian, 759.375

joules

mass M, which is free to rotate about a fixed horizontal axis

O and passes through centre of the cylinder. One end of an

ideal spring of force constant K is fixed and the other end is

hinged to the cylinder at A. Distance OA is equal to R/2. An

inextensible thread is wrapped round the cylinder and

passes over a smooth, small pulley. A block of equal mass

M and having cross-sectional area A is suspended from

free end of the thread. The block is partially immersed in a

non-viscous liquid of density .

If in equilibrium, spring is horizontal and line OA is vertical,

calculate frequency of small oscillations of the system.

Ans:

1 (K Apg)

2

6M

MKA 111. A small sphere is charged uniformly and placed at point A (u, v) so that at point B (8,

electric field strength is E = (54i + 72j)NC-1 and potential is +900 volt.

Calculate

(i) magnitude of charge.

(ii) co-ordinates of point A, and

(iii) if di-electric strength of air is 3 x 106 Vm-1, minimum possible radius of the sphere

Ans:

(i) 1 C

(iii)

7)

3

MKA 112. Two long wires are placed on a smooth horizontal table. Wires have equal but opposite

charges. Magnitude of linear charge density on each wire is .Calculate (for unit length of

wires) work required to increase the separation between the wires from a to 2a.

Ans:

2

loge 2

20

charge density per unit length each. The wires are non-coplanar and mutually

perpendicular. Shortest distance between them is d. Calculate interaction force between

them.

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Ans:

2

20

dipole moment p1 and p2 are placed co-axially

and uni-directionally, at a distance r apart. Calculate nature and magnitude of force between

them.

Ans:

Attraction,

1 6p1p2

.

40 r 4

MKA 115. A small cork ball A of mass m is suspended by a thread of

length l. Another ball B is fixed at a distance l from point of

suspension and distance l/2 from thread when it is vertical, as

shown in Fig. 115. Balls A and B have charge (+q) each. Ball A is

held by an external force such that the thread remains vertical.

When ball A is released from rest, thread deflects through a

maximum angle of = 30, calculate m in terms of other

parameters.

Ans:

q2

(1 2 3 )

.

2

20 gl (2 3 )3 / 2

spring of force constant K = 104 Nm -1. The sphere is tied with a

thread so that spring is in its natural length. Another identical,

negatively charged sphere is fixed with floor, vertically below the

positively charged sphere as shown in figure. If initial separation

between sphere is r0 = 50 cm and magnitude of charge on each

sphere is q = 100C, calculate maximum elongation of spring

when the thread is burnt.

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

10 cm

MKA 117. A non-conducting hollow sphere having inner and outer radii a and b respectively is made

of a material having di-electric constant K and has uniformly distributed charge over its entire

solid volume. Volume density of charge is . Calculate potential at a distance r from its centre

when

(i) r > b,

(ii) r < a,

(iii) a < r < b.

3

3 2

Ans:

(i) V1 =

)

(b3 a3 )

(b b2a a

a3 (b a)

(ii)Vi=

3 0 b

30K 3 0r2 2 2

ab

(iii) V =

(b3 a3 )

b r

a3 (b r)

3 0 b

30K

2

rb

MKA 118. Distance between

centers

of two spheres A and B,

each of radius R is r as shown in Fig. 118. Sphere B has

a spherical cavity of radius R/2 such that distance of

centre of cavity is (r R/2) from the centre of sphere A

and R/2 from the centre of sphere B. Di-electric constant

of material of each sphere is K =1 and material of each

sphere has a uniform charge density per unit volume.

Calculate interaction energy of the two spheres.

Ans:

90r (2r R)

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enter at origin O of coordinate system, shown in Fig.

119. t has a spherical cavity of radius r = 1 cm, whose

centre is at (0, 3 cm).Solid material of sphere has uniform

positive charge density = coul m-3. Calculate potential at point

P (4 cm, 0).

Ans:

35.16 volt

MKA 120. A solid non-conducting hemisphere of radius R has a uniformly distributed positive charge

of density per unit volume. A negatively charge particle having charge q is transferred from

centre of its base to infinity. Calculate work performed in the process. Di-electric constant of

material of hemisphere is unity.

Ans:

qR2

MKA 121. Two circular rings A and B, each of radius a = 30 cm, are

4

placed coaxially with their axes vertical 0as shown in fugure.

Distance between centres of these rings is h = 40cm. Lower ring

A has a positive charge of 10C while uppering B has an

negative charge of 20 C . A particle of mass m = 100 gm

carrying a positive of q = 10 c is released from rest at the

centre of the ring A.

(i) Calculate initial acceleration of the particle.

(ii) Calculate velocity of particle when it reaches at the centre of

upper ring B.

(g = 10 ms-2)

Ans:

(ii) 8 ms-1

are placed coaxially with their axes horizontal in a

uniform electric field E = 105 NC-1 directed vertically

upwards as shown in figure. Distance between centres

of these rings A and B is h = 40 cm. Ring A has a

positive charge q1 = 10C while ring B has a negative

charge of magnitude q2= 20C, A particle of mass m =

100 gm and carrying a positive charge q = 10C is

released from rest at the centre of the ring A. Calculate

its velocity when it has moved a distance of 40 cm.

Ans:

6 2 ms 1

MKA 123. A particle having charge q = 8.85C is placed on the axis of a circular ring of radius R = 30

cm. Distance of the particle from centre of the rings is a = 40 cm. Calculate electrical flux

passing through the ring.

Ans:

1

1

105 NC1 m2

2

2

a

a

(Opp. Secretariat)

qa

20

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MKA 124. A non-conducting sphere of radius R x has a positive charge which is distributed over

its volume with density = 0 per unit 1 volume, where x is distance from the centre. If

R

dielectric constant of material of the

sphere id K = 1, calculate energy stored in

surrounding space and total self energy of the sphere.

Ans:

MKA

Ans:

02R5 1302R5

,

720

6300

r

125. Suppose in an v$

insulating

medium,

having dii

electric constant K =1, volume density of positive

charge varies with y-coordinate according to law = a, y.

A particle of mass m having positive charge q is placed in

the medium at point A (0, y0) and projected with velocity

=v0. as shown in figure. Neglecting gravity and frictional

resistance of the medium and assuming electric field

strength to be zero at y = 0, calculate slope of trajectory of

the particle as a function of y.

qa

(y 3 y 30 )

3m0 v 02

a

dx

x

suspended from a common point by

insulated light strings each of length l. The spheres are always on vertices of an equilateral

triangle of length of the side x (<<l).Calculate the rate dq/dt with which charge on each sphere

increases if length of the sides of the equilateral triangle increase slowly according to law .

Ans:

30mga2

l

MKA 127. A particle of mass m having

negative charge a move along an ellipse around a fixed positive charge Q so that its

maximum and minimum distances from fixed charge are equal to r 1 and r2 respectively.

Calculate angular momentum L of this particle.

Ans:

mr1r2 Qq

20 (r1 r2 )

spherical shells. A, B and C have radii a = 10 cm, b = 20 cm and c = 30 cm respectively. The

innermost shell A is earthed and charged q2 = 4 C and q3 = 3 Care given to shells B and C

respectively. Calculate charge q1 induced on shell A and energy stored in the system.

Ans:

10-3 m2 and are d = 8.85 mm apart as shown in figure.

Plate A has positive charge q1=10-10 coulomb and plate B

has charge q2 = 2 x 10-10 coulomb. Calculate energy

supplied by a battery of emf E = 10 volt when its positive

terminal is connected with plate A and negative terminal

with plate B.

Ans:

10-9 J

MKA 130. A steady beam of -particles travelling with kinetic energy E = 83. keV carries a current of I

= 0.2 A.

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(i) If this beam strikes a plane surface at an angle = 30 with normal to the surface, how

many -particles strike the surface in t = 4 second ?

(ii) How many -particles are there in length l = 20 cm of the bearn?

(iii) Calculate power of the source used to accelerate these -particles from rest. (Mass of particles = 6.68 x 10-27kg.)

Ans:

(iii) 8.35 mW.

MKA 131. Eight identical resistance r each are connected along edges of a

pyramid having square base ABCD as shown in figure. Calculate

equivalent resistance

(i) between A and D,

(ii) between A and O.

Ans:

(i)

87r

15

(ii)

are connected as shown in figure. Calculate

equivalent resistance between A and E.

Ans:

1.2 r

and B of the circuit shown in figure.

Ans:

14

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B of the circuit shown in figure.

Ans:

6.75

MKA 135. Temperature coefficients of resistance of two wires, A and B 1 = 3 x 10-3/C and 2 = 6 x

10-3/C respectively and that of their series combination is s = 5 x 10-3/C. Calculate

temperature coefficient of resistance of a circuit segment consisting of these two wires when

they are connected in parallel.

Ans:

4 x 10-3/C

resistance is connected between terminal P and

Q of the circuit shown in figure, calculate current

through 2.5 resistance and hence calculate

equivalent resistance of the circuit.

Ans:

Zero, 4

C = 15Fare connected as shown in figure.

Calculate equivalent capacitance between

terminals 1 and 4.

Ans:

11 F

MKA 138. A voltmeter of resistance Rv and an ammeter of resistance RA are connected in series

across a battery of emf E and of negligible internal resistance. When a resistance R is

connected in parallel to voltmeter, reading of ammeter increases to three times while that of

voltmeter reduces to one-third. Calculate R A and Rv in terms of R.

Ans:

RA =

8

R.,R V 8R

3

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R3 = 3, R4 = 2, R5 = 2, E1 = 16V and E2 =

11V. Calculate current through resistance R5.

Ans:

3A

and E3 = 2V and internal resistance R 1 = 4, R2 =

8 and R3 = 12 are connected with each other as

shown in figure. Calculate equivalent emf and

internal resistance of the combination.

Ans:

10 volt,

24

11

2.9F, C3 = 6F, C4 = 3F and C5 = 7 F.

If in steady state potential difference between

points A and B is 11 volt, calculate potential

difference across C5.

Ans:

1.8 volt

have equal charge q = 30 C each. C1 and C2 are

connected in series as shown in figure. If C 3 is

connected across the series combination by

connecting A with C and B with D and if resistance of

connecting wires is R = 10, calculate initial current in

the circuit and also heat generated.

Ans:

1 amp, 75 J

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battery is E = 20 volts and capacitance is C 1 =

5 F, C2 = 3F an C3 = 6F. Calculate charge

on capacitor C3 when switch S is closed and

steady state is reached. Calculate also, heat

generated in the circuit.

Ans:

Zero, 250 J

MKA 144.A parallel plate capacitor is filled by a di-electric whose di-electric constant varies with

potential difference V according to law K = aV, where a = 2volt -1. An air capacitor having same

dimensions charged to a potential difference of V 0 = 28 volt is connected in parallel to the

uncharged capacitor filled with above mentioned di-electric . Calculate ration of charge on

capacitor filled by aforesaid di-electric to charge on air capacitor in steady state.

Ans:

long time. At instant t = 0, it thrown from position 1 to 2.

Calculate thermal power P1(t) and P2(t) generated across

resistance R1 and R2 respectively.

Ans:

E2R1

E2R2

2t /(R2 R2 )C,

.e

.e 2t /(R1 R2 )C

(R1 R 2 )2

(R1 R 2 )2

by a battery of e.m.f. E1 = 100V and internal

resistance r1 = 1 by putting switch S in position 1

as shown in Fig. 146.

(i) Calculate heat generate across R = resistor

during charging of capacitor.

(ii) Now the switch is thrown to position 2 at instant

t = 0, Calculate current I (t) through the circuit,

consisting of capacitor and battery of emf E 2 = 50

volt and internal resistance r2 = 1

(iii) Calculate heat generated in a 50 volt battery during

low of current through this battery.

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(i)

1

I e t /10 amp

2

(iii) 1.25 J

495

(ii)

resistance R by putting switch S in position 1 of

circuit shown in Fig. 147. when discharge current

reduces to I0, the switch is suddenly shifted to

position 2.

Calculate the amount of heat liberated in resistor

R starting from this instant. Calculate also, current

I through the circuit as a function of time.

C C2

1

t Ans:

I02R2 C1C2

RC C

,I I0 e 1 2

2(C1 C2 )

MKA 148. A variable capacitor is adjusted in position of its lowest capacitance C 0 and is connected

with a source of constant voltage V for a long time. Resistance of connecting wires is R. At

t = 0, its capacitance starts to increase so that a constant current I starts to flow through the

circuit. Calculate at time t.

(i) power supplied by the source

(ii) thermal power generated in the connecting wires, and

(iii) rate of increase of electrostatic energy in capacitor,

(iv) What do you infer from above three results?

Ans:

(i) VI

(iii)

(ii) I2R

1

(VI I2R)

2

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stored in capacitors shown in figure. and

the rate which battery supplies energy.

Ans:

80.5 J, 10 W

air capacitor having plate f area A = 50 cm 2 each and

a distance d = 1 mm apart R1, R2 and R3 are resistors

having resistance 3 , 2 and 1 respectively. Two

identical sources each of emf V and negligible

internal resistance are connected as shown in figure

If dielectric strength of air is E0 = 3 x 106 Vm-1

calculate maximum safe value of V.

Ans:

8.25 kV

C2 = 2F and E = 6V, Calculate charge on each capacitor in

steady state.

Ans:

2C, 12C

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internal resistance of battery are 6 V and 0.5

respectively, Calculate charge on each

capacitor in steady state.

Ans:

0, 2 C, 0

R1 = 8, R2 = 5, C1 = 6F, C2

= F, E1 = 5 V, r1 = 2,

E2

= 24V, r2 = 3, E3 = 14V and r3

= 2 .

Calculate charge on capacitors

C1 and C2 in steady state.

Ans:

10C, 10C

steady state.

Ans:

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100 volt, R1 = 2, R2 = 4, C1 = 6F and

C2 = 3F.

When switch S is closed and electrical

equilibrium is attained, calculate

(i) further energy drawn from batteries

after closing the switch, and

(ii) heat generated in the circuit.

Ans:

(ii) 0.005 J

circuit shown in figure First, the

capacitor is charged by putting the

switch in position 1.

Calculate heat generated across each

resistor when switch is in position 2.

Ans:

across 10 - zero

across 4 - 120 J

across 6 - 20 J

across 3 - 40

MKA 157. In the circuit shown in figure, capacitor A has capacitance C 1 = 2F when filled with a

di-electric slab (K = 2). Capacitors B and C are air capacitors and have capacitances C 2 - 3F

and C3 =6F, respectively.

A is charged by closing switch S1 alone.

(i) Calculate energy supplied by battery during process of charging. Switch S 1 is now opened

and S2 is closed.

(ii) Calculate charge on B and energy stored in the system when electrical equilibrium is

attained.

Now, switch S2 is also opened, slab of A is the removed. Another dielectric slab of K = 2,

which can just fill the s1pace in B, is inserted into it and then switch S 2 alone is closed.

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electric field in B is increased.

Calculate also, loss of energy during

redistribution of charge.

Ans:

capacitor is 2 CV2, but energy

supplied by battery is CV2

(ii) 180C, 0.0162 J

(iii) 0.75, 0.0054 J

MKA

158.Two

square metallic plates of side a = 1

m are kept d = 8.85 mm apart, like a parallel

plate capacitor, in air, in such a way that their

surfaces are normal to oil surface in a tank filled

with that insulating oil (K = 11). The plates are

connected to a battery of emf V = 500 volt as

shown in figure. The plates are then lowered

vertically into the oil at a speed of v = 10 -3 ms-1.

Neglecting resistance of connecting wires,

calculate the current drawn from battery during

the process.

(0 = 8.85 x 10-12 C2 C2N-1 m-2)

Ans:

5 x 10-9 amp

the wire carrying a current I has he shape

shown in

(i) Fig. (A), and

(ii) Fig. (B).

(a)

equal to R and linear parts of the wire are very

long.

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

^

I^ I

Io i 0 ^ ( 2)

I k^

o

4R

( 28

1)Ri 0 k

4R

4R

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(B)

of radius R (< < l). Cross section of the conductor is

shown if Fig. 160. Thickness of the conductor is t

(<< R) and conductivity of its material varies with

angle only, according to the law = 0 cos . If a

battery of emf V and of negligible internal resistance is

connected across its end faces, calculate magnetic

induction at mid point O of the axis of the semicylinder.

0 0 Vt

4l

MKA 161. Each of two long parallel wires carries a constant current I along the same direction. The

wires are separated by a distance 2/. Calculate maximum magnitude of magnetic induction in

the symmetry plane of this system located between the wires. Calculate also, the maximum

force experienced by unit length of a third wire carrying the same current along the same

direction if third wire is parallel to and in the symmetry plane of other two wires.

Ans:

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Ans:

oI 0I2

,

2l 2l

shell of radius R has uniform surface charge density . The shell rotates about a diameter

with constant angular velocity Calculate magnetic induction B at the centre of the shell.

Ans:

2

0 R

3

7 carries a current I = 30 amp. Calculate

magneticinduction B at point P,

lying on axis of the loop and at a distance x =

cm

from centre of the loop.

Ans:

27 x 10-4 tesla

circular loop of radius R as shown in figure. Current flowing

through wire and the loop is I0 and I respectively. If distance

between centre of loop and wire is r = 2 R, calculate force of

attraction between the wire and the loop.

Ans:

2 3

0II0

parallel metallic plates carrying current in opposite

directions. Current density in each plate is j per unit

width. Calculate

(i) magnetic induction in space between the plates,

and

(ii) force acting per unit area of each plate.

Ans:

1

0 .j, 0 .j2

2

charge q1 = 1 coulomb and mass m1 = 40 gm, is

revolving along a circle of radius R = 40 40 cm with velocity v1= 5ms1in a uniform magnetic

three dimensional system. At t = 0, the particle

was at (0, 0.4m, 0) and velocity was directed along positive x-direction. Another particle

having charge q2 =1 coulomb and mass m 2 = 10g moving uniformly parallel to positive zdirection with velocity v2 = second1. Collid with the revolving particle at t=0 and gets stuck to

it. Neglecting gravitational force and coulomb force, calculate x, y and z co-ordinates of the

combined paticle at t = second.

Ans: (0.2 m, 0.2 m, 0.2 m)

MKA 167. An electron accelerated by a potential difference V =3 volt first enters into a uniform electric

field of a parallel-plate capacitor whose plates extend over a length l = 6 cm in the direction of

initial velocity. The electric field is normal to the direction of initial velocity and its strength

varies with times as E = t where , = 3600 Vm1 s1. Then the magnetic field is same as that

of the electric field. Calculate pitch of helical path traced by the electron in the magnetic field.

(Mass of electron, m = 9 x 1031 kg.)

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Ans:

ml2

1.215cm

2eBV

through a cable consisting of two thin co-axial metallic

(i) energy stored in it per unit length, and

(ii) inductance per unit length.

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

00I2

log

logee22

2

4

Another concentric coil of radius r(r<<R) carries current i. Planes of two coils are mutually

perpendicular and both the coils are free to

rotate about common diameter. Find maximum

kinetic energy of smaller coil when both the

coils are released, masses of coils are M and m

respectively.

Ans:

0 liMRr 2

2(MR2 mr 2 )

MKA 170. Calculate the inductance of a closely wound solenoid of length I whose winding is

made of copper wire of mass m. The winding resistance is equal to R. The solenoid

diameter is considerably less than its length.

Given, density of copper = d and resistivity =

Ans:

0mR

MKA 171. A solenoid of inductance L and resistance

4ldr is connected

in parallel to a resistance R.A battery of emf E and of

negligible internal resistance is connected across this

parallel combination in Fig. At time t = 0, switch S is

opened. Calculate.

(i) current I(t) through the solenoid after the switch is

opened, and

(ii) amount of heat generated in the solenoid.

Ans:

(i)

(ii)

E E 2LR r

.e

r 2r(r R)L

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time t = 0, Calculate current i 1 and i2 through

inductances L1 and L2 respectively at time t.

Ans:

Rt (L1 L 2 )

EL 2

1 e L1L2

i1

Rt (L1 L 2 )

(L1 L 2 )R

EL1

i2

1 e L1L 2

(L1 L2 )R

are straight conductors, each of length R and DEA is a

semi circle of radius R.

A small circular dI

loop of radius r is coplanar

centre of loop coincides

with the circuit and

dt

with

centre

of

curvature of the semicircle.

If current through the circuit increases at a constant

rate,

calculate emf induced in the loop.

Ans:

( 2 3 )0 r 2

4R

MKA 174. A stationary circular loop of radius a is located in a magnetic field which varies with time

from t = 0 to t = T according law B = B 0 .t(T t). If plane of loop is normal to the direction of

field and resistance of the loop is R, calculate

(i) amount of heat generated in the loop during this interval, and

(ii) magnitude of charge flown through the loop from instant t = 0 to the instant when current

reverses its direction.

Neglect self inductance of the loop.

Ans:

(i)

(ii) 2aa24BB2TT23

00

3R

4R

MKA 175. A plane spiral coil is made on a

thin insulated wire and has N = 100 turns. Radii of inside and outside turns are a = 10 cm and

b = 20 cm respectively. A magnetic field normal to the plane of spiral exists in the space. The

magnetic field increases at a constant rate = 0.3 tesla/second. Calculate potential difference

between the ends of he spiral

Ans:

1

N(a2 ab) 2.2 volt

3

connected by a conducting wire at one end. A uniform

magnetic field B (directed vertically downwards) exists in

the region of space. A light uniform ring of diameter d

which is practically equal to separation between the rails,

is placed over the rails as shown in figure. If resistance

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pull the ring with uniform velocity v.

Ans:

4B2 vd

a is made from a wire having resistance per unit length. The ring is

MKA 177. circular ring of radius

mounted on a car such that ring remains vertical. The car moves along a horizontal circle of

radius R and completes n revolutions per minute. If horizontal component of earths magnetic

field be H, calculate average rate at which heat is produced in the ring.

Ans:

3 a3H2n2

Js1

3600

plane, about a horizontal axis O passing through its mid

point. A long straight, horizontal wire is in the same

plane and is carrying a constant current I as shown in

figure. At initial moment of time, the rod is horizontal

and starts to rotate with constant angular velocity ,

calculate emf induced in the rod as a function of time.

b a sin t Ans:

b a sin t

0I

2a sin t blog

2 sin2 t

MKA 179. A metal rod AB of length l rotates with a constant angular velocity

about an axis

passing through O and normal to its length. Calculate potential difference ends A and B if

(i) external magnetic field is absent;

(ii) an external uniform magnetic field of induction B

directed parallel to the axis of rotation exists in the

space.

Ans:

(i)

2 2

11ml

B l2

44 e

(ii)

distances a and (a + b) from it, there are two

identical wires, each having resistance per unit

length, which are interconnected by a resistance

R as shown in figure. A conducting rod AB of length

b can slide along the wires without friction. At t = 0,

the rod is in extreme left position and starts to

move to the right with without friction. At t = 0, the

rod is in extreme left position and starts to move to

the right with constant velocity v, Calculate force F

required to maintain velocity of the rod constant as

function of time t. Neglect self induction of the

circuit.

Ans:

02 I02 v

a b

log

2

4 (R 2vt)

a

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