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Oscillations

Equations

2011

1. Out of the following functions representing motion of a particle which represents

m

SHM

I) y = sin t cos t

co

II) y = sin 3 t

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3

III) y = 5cos

3t

4

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IV) y = 1 + t + 2t 2

at b) I and III

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c) I and II d) Only I

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a) Vertical oscillations of a spring b) Motion of simple pendulum

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a

.s

9. Which one of the following equations of motion represents simple harmonic motion?

a) Acceleration = k0 x + k1 x 2 b) Acceleration = -k (x + a)

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c) Acceleration = k (x + a) d) Acceleration = kx

w

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2008

4. The function sin 2 (t ) represents

b) A periodic, but not simple harmonic motion with a period /

c) A simple harmonic motion with a period 2 /

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5. A particle executes simple harmonic oscillation with an amplitude a. The period of

oscillation is T. The minimum time taken by the particle to travel half of the

m

amplitude from the equilibrium position is

T T T T

co

a) b) c) d)

4 8 12 2

n.

2006

io

6. The motion of a particle varies with time according to the relation

at

y = a (sin t + cos t ) uc

a) The motion is oscillatory but not SHM b) The motion is SHM with amplitude a

c) The motion is SHM with amplitude a 2 d) The motion is SHM with amplitude 2a

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2005

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a

.s

1 3

y1 = sin t + cos t ; y2 = sin t + cos t is

w

2 2

7

w

a) b) c) d)

12 12 6 6

w

2003

9. The displacement of a particle from its mean position (in metre) is given by

y = 0.2 sin(10 t + 1.5 ) cos(10 t + 1.5 ) . The motion of the particle is

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c) Simple harmonic motion with period 0.1s d) Simple harmonic motion with periodic

0.2s

10. The displacement time graph of a particle executing SHM is as shown in the figure

m

co

The corresponding force-time graph of the particle is

n.

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a) b)

at c) d)

uc

ed

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a ks

.s

2008

w

11. Two simple harmonic motions of angular frequency 100 and 1000 rad s 1 have the

w

w

12. A point performs simple harmonic oscillation of period T and the equation of motion

is given by x = a sin(t + / 6) . After the elapses of what fraction of the time period the

velocity of the point will be equal to half of its maximum velocity

T T T T

a) b) c) d)

8 6 3 12

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13. Two points are located at a displacement of 10m and 15m from the source of

oscillation. The period of oscillation is 0.05s and the velocity of the wave is 300ms 1 .

What is the phase difference between the oscillations of two points?

2

a) b) c) d)

3 3 6

m

displacement is a/an

co

a) Straight line b) Circle c) Ellipse d) Hyperbola

n.

2007

io

15. The particle executing simple harmonic motion has a kinetic energy K 0 cos 2 t . The

at

maximum values of the potential energy and the total energy are respectively

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K0

a) 0 and 2K 0 b) and K 0 c) K 0 and 2K 0 d) K 0 and K 0

ed

16. Which one of the following statements is true for the speed v and the acceleration a,

hi

ks

a

.s

w

w

w

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2006

17. A particle executes SHM; its time period is 16s. If it passes through the centre of

oscillation then its velocity is 2ms 1 at times 2s. Then amplitude will be

a) 7.2 m b) 4 cm c) 6 cm d) 0.72 m

18. A particle executing SHM has amplitude 0.01 m and frequency 60 Hz. The maximum

m

acceleration of particle is

co

a) 60 2 ms 2 b) 80 2 ms 2 c) 120 2 ms 2 d) 144 2 ms 2

n.

io

2004

at

19. The magnitude of acceleration of particle executing SHM at the position of

uc

maximum displacement is

ed

20. If for a particle executing SHM, the equation of SHM is given as y = a cos t . Then

hi

which of the following graph represents the variation in its potential energy?

a ks

.s

w

w

w

2003

21. A particle of mass m oscillates with simple harmonic motion between points x1 and x2 ,

the equilibrium position being O. Its potential energy is plotted. It will be as given

below in the graph

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a) b)

m

c) d)

co

Time Period and Frequency

n.

2011

io

at

22. A particle of mass m is located in a one dimensional potential field where potential

energy is given by V(x) = A (1 cos px) where A and p are constants. The period of

uc

small oscillations of the particle is

ed

m m m 1 Ap

a) 2 b) 2 c) 2 d)

Ap Ap 2 A 2 m

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ks

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a

23. A body is executing SHM when its displacement large the mean position are 4cm and

.s

5cm it has velocity 10ms 1 and 8ms 1 respectively. Its periodic time t is

w

2 3

a) sec b) sec c) sec d) 2 sec

3 2

w

24. One-fourth length of a spring of force constant k is cut away. The force constant of

w

3 4

a) k b) k c) k d) 4k

4 3

d 2x dx

25. The equation of a damped simple harmonic motion is m 2

+ b + kx = 0 . Then the

dt dt

angular frequency of oscillation is

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1/2 1/ 2

k b2 k b2 k b2

1/ 2

b) =

k b

a) = 2 c) = d) = 2

m 4m m 4m m 4m m 4m

2009

26. Assertion (A): The periodic time of a hard spring is less as compared to that of a soft

m

spring.

Reason (R): The periodic time depends upon the spring constant, and spring

co

constant is large for hard spring.

n.

a) Both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.

b) Both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion.

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c) Assertion is true but reason is false.

at

d) Both assertion and reason are false.

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27. A body executes simple harmonic motion under the action of force F1 with a time

ed

4

period s . If the force is changed to F2 it executes simple harmonic motion with time

5

3

hi

period s . If both forces F1 and F2 act simultaneously in the same direction on the

5

ks

12 24 35 15

a

a) s b) s c) s d) s

25 25 24 12

.s

28. A simple pendulum performs simple harmonic motion about x = 0 with an amplitude

w

a

a, and time period T. The speed of the pendulum at x = will be

2

w

a 3 a 3 2 a a 3

w

a) b) c) d)

2T T T T

maximum kinetic energy of the bob is

a) mgl (1 cos ) b) 0.5 mgl c) mgl d) 2 mgl

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30. A particle of mass m is executing oscillation about the origin on the x-axis. Its

potential energy is U ( x) = k[ x]3 , where k is a positive constant. If the amplitude of

oscillation is a, then its time period T is

m

1

a) Proportional to b) Independent of a

a

co

c) Proportional to a d) Proportional to a 3/ 2

n.

31. Two pendulums have time periods T and 5T/4. They start SHM at the same time

from the mean position. What will be the phase difference between them after the

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bigger pendulum completed one oscillation

at

a) 450 b) 900 c) 600 d) 300

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2007

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32. The maximum displacement of the particle executing SHM is 1cm and the maximum

acceleration is (1.57) 2 cm s 2 . Its time period is

hi

a ks

.s

2006

w

w

w

1 1 1

a) T b) T c) T d) T

A m

34. A particle executes simple harmonic motion with a frequency f. Then frequency with

which the potential energy oscillates is

a) f b) f/2 c) 2f d) Zero

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Simple Pendulum

2010

35. Two simple pendulum first of bob mass M 1 and length L1 , second of bob mass M 2

m

and length L2 . M 2 = M 2 and L1 = 2 L2 If the vibrational energies of both are same. Then

co

which is correct?

a) Amplitude of B greater than A b) Amplitude of B smaller than A

n.

c) Amplitude will be same d) None of the above

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36. The mass and diameter of a planet are twice those of earth. The period of oscillation

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of pendulum on this planet will be (if it a seconds pendulum on earth)

a) 1/ 2s b) 2 2s c) 2s d) 1/2s

uc

37. Assertion (A): The percentage change in time period is 1.5%, if the length of simple

ed

Reason (R): Time period is directly proportional to length of pendulum.

hi

a) Both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.

ks

b) Both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion.

c) Assertion is true but reason is false.

a

.s

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motion. Both clock run at the same rate on earth and on a planet having the same

w

w

b) P will run faster than S.

c) Both will run at the same rate as on the earth.

d) Both will run at the same rate which will be different from that on the earth.

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39. The time period of a simple pendulum of length L as measured in an elevator

g

descending with acceleration is

3

3L 3L 3L 2L

a) 2 b) c) 2 d) 2

2g g g 3g

40. A pendulum has time period T in air when it is made to oscillation in water, it

m

acquired a time period T = 2T . Then density of the pendulum bob is equal to

co

(density of water = 1)

a) 2 b) 2 c) 2 2 d) None of these

n.

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at

41. A coin is placed on a horizontal platform which undergoes vertical simple harmonic

uc

motion of angular frequency . The amplitude of oscillation is gradually increased.

ed

The coin will leave contact with the platform for the first time

g

a) At the mean position of the platform b) For an amplitude of

2

hi

g2

ks

2

a

42. A heavy small-sized sphere is suspended by a string of length l. The sphere rotates

.s

uniformly in a horizontal circle with the string making an angle with the vertical.

Then, the time-period of this conical pendulum is

w

l l sin l cos l

w

a) t = 2 b) t = 2 c) t = 2 d) t = 2

g g g g cos

w

43. The length of the seconds pendulum is decreased by 0.3cm when it is shifted to

Chennai from London. If the acceleration due to gravity at London is 981cm s 2 , the

acceleration due to gravity at Chennai is (assume 2 = 10 )

a) 981cm s 2 b) 978cm s 2 c) 984cm s 2 d) 975cm s 2

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44. The time period of a simple pendulum in a stationary train is T. The time period of a

mass attached to a spring is also T. The train accelerates at the rate 5ms 2 .If the new

time periods of the pendulum and spring be Tp and Ts respectively, then

m

45. Assertion (A): Water in a U-tube executes SHM, the time period for mercury filled

co

up to same height in the U-tube be greater than that in case of water.

Reason (R): The amplitude of an oscillating pendulum goes on increasing.

n.

a) Both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.

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b) Both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion.

at

c) Assertion is true but reason is false.

uc

d) Both assertion and reason are false.

46. Time period of a simple pendulum is T. If its length increases by 2%, the new time

ed

period becomes

a) 0.98T b) 1.02 T c) 0.99T d) 1.01T

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47. The amplitude of an oscillating simple pendulum is 10cm and its period is 4s. Its

.s

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48. A simple second pendulum is mounted in a rocket. Its time period will decrease when

w

the rocket is

a) Moving up with uniform velocity

b) Moving up with uniform acceleration

c) Moving down with uniform acceleration

d) Moving around the earth in geostationary orbit

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49. If the length of a pendulum is made 9 times and mass of the bob is made 4 times, then

the value of times period becomes

a) 3T b) 3/2T c) 4T d) 2T

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co

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n.

50. The period of oscillation of a simple pendulum is T in a stationary lift. If the lift

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moves upwards with acceleration of 8g, the period will

at

a) Remain the same b) Decreases by T/2 c) Increase by T/3 d) None of these

51. Two spring are connected to a block of mass M placed on a frictionless surface as

uc

shown below. If both the springs have a spring constant k, the frequency of

ed

oscillation of block is

hi

ks

1 k 1 k 1 2k 1 M

a) b) c) d)

2 M 2 2M 2 M 2 k

a

.s

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52. The time period of a mass suspended from a spring is T. If the spring is cut into four

w

equal parts and the same mass is suspended from the of the parts, then the new time

period will be

T T

a) b) 2T c) d) T

2 4

53. Pendulum after some time becomes slow in motion and finally stops due to

a) Air Friction b) Earths Gravity c) Mass of Pendulum d) None of these

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54. Two springs of force constants k and 2k are connected to a mass as shown below.

The frequency of oscillation of the mass is

1 k 1 2k 1 3k 1 m

a) b) c) d)

2 m 2 m 2 m 2 k

m

55. Assertion (A): The amplitude of an oscillating pendulum decreases gradually with

co

time.

n.

Reason (R): The frequency of the pendulum decreases with time.

a) Both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion.

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b) Both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion.

at

c) Assertion is true but reason is false.

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d) Both assertion and reason are false.

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Key

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1) c 2) c 3) b 4) b 5) c 6) c 7) a 8) b 9) c 10) c

ks

a

20) b 21) c 22) b 23) b 24) b 25) a 26) a 27) a 28) d 29) a

.s

30) a 31) b 32) b 33) b 34) c 35) b 36) b 37) c 38) b 39) a

40) b 41) b 42) c 43) b 44) c 45) d 46) d 47) a 48) a 49) a

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Hints

Equations

d2y

1. y

dt 2

y = sin t cos t

m

3

And y = 5cos

3t are satisfying this

co

4

Condition and equation y = 1 + t + 2t 2 is not periodic and y = sin 3 t is periodic but not

n.

SHM

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2. Concept.

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3. Concept

Here y = sin 2 t

uc

4.

dy

= 2 sin t cos t = sin 2t

ed

dt

d2y

= 2 2 cos 2t

hi

dt 2

ks

d2y

For SHM, y

dt 2

a

t=

.s

y = a sin t

w

5.

w

a

y=

2

w

a

= a sin t

2

1

Or sin t = = sin

2 6

Or t = or t =

6 6

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T 2

Or t = =

12 T

6. y = a (sin t + cos t )

1 1

Or y = a 2 sin t + cos t

2 2

m

sin

Or y = a 2 cos sin t +

cos t

co

4 4

Or y = a 2 sin t +

n.

4

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This is the equation of simple harmonic motion with amplitude a 2

at

7. Let y = sin t cos t uc

dy

= cos t + sin t

dt

ed

d2y

2

= 2 sin t 2 cos t

dt

hi

Or a = 2 (sin t cos t )

ks

Or a = 2 y

Or a y

a

.s

9.

y = 0.1sin 2(10 t + 1.5 )

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y = 0.1sin 2(10 t + 3 )

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w

2 2 1

Time period T = = = = 0.1s

20 10

10. Concept

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11. amax = 2 A

(amax )1 12

Or =

(amax ) 2 22

2

(amax )1 (100) 2 1

= = = 1:102

m

Or

(amax ) 2 (1000) 10

2

co

12. x = a sin t +

6

n.

dx

v= = a cos t +

dt 6

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a

at

Or = a cos t +

2 6

uc

T T

Or t = = =

6 6 2 12

ed

T

Thus, at velocity of the point will be equal to half of its maximum velocity

12

hi

ks

1 1

Frequency v = = = 20 Hz

a

T 0.05

.s

Velocity, v = 300ms 1

w

v 300

Wavelength = = = 15m

w

v 20

w

2 2 2

= x = 5 =

15 3

14. v 2 = 2 (a 2 x 2 )

v2 x2

v2 + 2 x2 = 2a2 + =1

a 2 2 a2

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15. Concept

16. Concept

17. v = a cos t

2 2

2 = a. .cos .2

16 16

16 2

m

Or a = = 7.2cm

co

18. Maximum acceleration of particle = a 2 = a(2 f ) 2

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19. Concept

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20. The potential energy is maximum at extreme position (where y = a ) and zero at mean

at

position so, graph I is correct. Also, from

uc

y = a cos t

y = a at time t = 0

ed

hi

1

21. U = kx 2

2

ks

a

.s

1 2 1

U1 = kx1 and U 2 = kx22

w

2 2

w

w

dV

F = = Ap sin px

dx

F Ap 2 x

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Hence, the acceleration would be given by

F Ap 2

a= = x

m m

F

Also, a = = 2 x

m

Ap 2

But, =

m

m

co

2 m

Or T = = 2

Ap 2

n.

23. v = 2 (a 2 y 2 )

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102 = 2 (a 2 42 )

at

And 82 = 2 (a 2 52 ) uc

So, 102 82 = 2 (52 42 ) = (3 ) 2

Or = 2

ed

2

Time, t =

hi

2

t = = sec

ks

2

1

24. k

a

l

.s

4

k = k

w

w

w

2

b k b2

= 2

0 =

2m m 4m 2

26. Concept

29. Height of bob at maximum angular displacement

h = l l cos = l (l cos )

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Also, PE = KE

mgh = mgl (1 cos )

dU

30. U = k x F =

3

dx

= 3k x .. (i)

2

m

Also, \

x = a sin t

co

d 2x

And + 2x = 0

n.

2

dt

d 2x

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Acceleration, a = = 2 x

dt 2

at

d 2x

F = ma = m 2

dt

uc

= m 2 x (ii)

ed

3kx

From eqns (i) and (ii) =

m

hi

2 m m 1

T = = 2 = 2 T

3k ( a sin t )

ks

3kx a

31. Concept

a

.s

2

2 2

w

= 1 1.57 =

2 T 2

w

4 4 2

T2 = T = 4s

w

2

33. Up thrust (upwards) = Ax g

ma = Ax g

A g

Or a = x = 2 x

m

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2 m 1

T= = 2 T

A g A

Simple Pendulum

1 g

35. Frequency, n =

m

2 l

co

1

Or n

l

n.

n1 l L2

= 2 =

n2 l1 2 L2

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n2 = 2n1

n2 > n1

at

uc

1

Energy, E = m 2 a 2

2

ed

= 2 2 mn 2 a 2

hi

1

And a 2

mn 2

ks

a12 m2 n22

=

a22 m1n12

a

.s

w

w

GM

36. Gravity g =

R2

w

2

g earth M e Rp g 2

= 2 e =

g planet M p Re gp 1

1 T gp

Also, T e =

g Tp ge

2 1

=

Tp 2

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Tp = 2 2 s

l

37. T = 2 T l

g

T 1 l

=

T 2 l

T 1

m

= 3 = 1.5%

T 2

co

4

38. g = G R Or g R

3

n.

For pendulum block, g will increase on the planet so time period will decreases. But for

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spring clock, it will not change. Hence, P will run faster than S

g

at

39. The effective acceleration in a lift descending with acceleration is

3

uc

g 2g

g eff = g =

3 3

ed

L L 3L

T = 2 = 2 = 2

hi

g eff 2g / 3 2g

ks

40. The effective acceleration of a bob in air and water are given as

a

l l

T = 2 and T = 2

g g

.s

g 1

T

=

g

=

w

T g g

w

1

= 1 = 1 [ = 1]

T 1

Putting =

T 2

1 1

= 1 = 2

2

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42. Concept

g1T 2 g1

43. L1 = =

4 2 2

g 2T 2 g 2

L2 = =

4 2 2

m

g1 g 2

L1 L2 =

co

2

Or ( L1 L2 ) 2 = g1 g 2

n.

Or 0.3 10 = g1 g 2

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g 2 = 981 3 = 978cms 2

at

44. Time period of simple pendulum placed in a train accelerating at the rate of ams 2 is

uc

given by

m

ed

T = 2

k

hi

It is independent of g as well as a. hence, when the train acceleration, the time period of

the simple pendulum decreases and that of spring remains unchanged.

ks

a

i.e, Tp < Ts

.s

45. Concept

w

46. T l1/2

w

T 1 l

=

w

T 2 l

T 1

= = (2%) = 1%

T 2

T T 1

=

T 100

T = T + 0.01T

T = 1.01T

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47. A = 10cm, = 0.1m, T = 4s, t = 1s

y = A sin t

dy 2 2 2 0.1 2 1 2 0.1

= v = A cos(t ) = A cos t = cos = cos = 0

dt T T 4 4 4 2

l l

48. T = 2 T

g g

m

Since, time period of second pendulum decreases, so, it implies that effective value of g is

co

increasing. Thus, it means that rocket is acceleration upwards.

n.

l

49. T = 2

g

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T1 = T , l1 = l l2 = 9l

at

T1 l 1 1

= 1 = =

uc

T2 l2 9 3

T2 = 3T1 = 3T

ed

50. g = g + 8 g = 9 g

hi

1

T

g

ks

T1 T

T12 g = T22 9 g T2 = =

a

3 3

.s

1 1 1 2

51. = + =

keq k k k

w

k

keq =

w

2

w

1 k 1 k

Frequency of oscillation f = f =

2 2M 2 M

m

52. T = 2 (i)

k

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1

Spring constant

length

1

Or k . (ii)

x

k = 4k

So, new time period of same mass suspended from one of the parts,

m

m 1 m T

T = 2 = .2 =

co

4k 2 k 2

53. Concept

n.

54. Let F1 and F2 be the restoring forces produced then

io

F1 kx and F2 2kx

at

Total restoring force is uc

F = F1 + F2 = kx 2kx = (3k ) x

Hence, frequency

ed

1 2k

n=

2 m

hi

55. Concept

a ks

.s

w

w

w

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