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Physics-1st Ch# 2)

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## If A. B = 0 then t can be concluded that the two vectors are

a. parallel to each other
b. perpendicular to each other
c. unit vectors
d. anti parallel to each other

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( i x j ). K is equal to

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a. 0
b. 0
c. 1
d. k
Reverse process of vector addition is
a. subtraction b. resolution c. product
d. none
A force of 10 N acting along x axis has y component
a. zero
b. 10 N
c. 5 N
d. 20 N
Which one is not physical quantity
a. temp
b. velocity
c. mass
d. beauty
If the sum A + B of two between then, then
a. A is null vector
b. B is null vector
c. both A and B must be null vector d. none
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If I and J are unit vectors along x , y and z axis respectively the magnitude of vector i + j will be
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 2

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## If A x B points along positive of axis then vectors A and B must lie in

a. xy plane
b. xz plane
c. yz plane
d. none

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A. A will be equal to
a. A

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b. A2

c. 0

## If A . B = A x B then angle between A and B is

a. 0
b. 90
c. 45

d. A/2
d. 180

When line of action of force passes through the point, then magnitude of torque will be
a. zero
b. || = | x F |
c. = x F d. none
If a force of 10 N is applied parallel to a moment arm 10m, then magnitude of torque will be
a. 0
b. 100 Nm
c. 1 Nm
d. 100 N/m
If body is at rest or rotating with uniform angular velocity, then magnitude of torque wil
a. zero
b. || = | x F |
c. = x F d. none
If sum of all the forces acting on a body is zero the body is said to be in
a. static equilibrium b. transnational equilibrium c. both a & b d. none
A body moving with uniform velocity is in
a. dynamic equilibrium
b. static equilibrium c. both a & c d. none
The physical quantity which produces angular acceleration in
a. centripetal force
b. torque
c. impulse
d. force
For complete equilibrium
a. = 0
b. F = 0
c. = 0 F = 0
d. none
For second condition of equilibrium
a. = 0
b. F = 0
c. = 0
d. both (a,c)
The dimensions of torque are same as that of
b. work
b. power
c. force
d. momentum
Let = x F, the direction of torque is
b. in the direction of F
c. opposite to the direction of F

b. in the direction of
d. normal to the plane containing and F

Physics-1st Ch# 2)

Short Questions
Note attempt any 5 questions

i.

The vector sum of three vectors gives a zero resultant. What can be the
orientation of the vectors?
ii.
If one of the rectangular components of a vector is not zero, can its magnitude
be zero? Explain.
iii. Can a vector have a component greater than the vectors magnitude?
iv.
Can the magnitude of a vector have a negative value?
v.
Two vectors have unequal magnitudes. Can their sum be zero? Explain.
vi. Suppose the sides of a closed polygon represent vector arranged head to
tail. What is the sum of theses vectors?
vii.
Name three different conditions that could make A*B=0
viii.
Can a body rotate about its center of gravity under the action of its weight?
Long Questions
Attempt any one

Q# 2.
a).Define and explain vector product. Give its two examples and four
characteristics
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b).

## The torque of action of force, F = i 2 j , passes through a point whose

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position vector is ( j + k). Find (a) the moment of F about the origin, (b). the
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## moment of F about the point of which the position vector is i + k.

Q.3
a)Define and explain torque
b).A load of 10.0 N is suspended from a clothesline. This distorts the line so
that it makes an
angle of 150 with the horizontal at each end. Find the tension in the cloth