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Questions on Rotational Motion, Paper 1

1. Moment of inertia of a disc about an axis which is

tangent and parallel to its plane is I. then the

moment of inertia of disc about a tangent,, but

perpendicular to its plane will be (MHT-CET-

2005)

(a)

4

I 3

(b)

2

I 3

(c)

6

I 5

(d)

5

I 6

2. If radius of solid sphere is doubled by keeping its

mass constant, then

(a)

4

1

I

I

2

1

= (b)

1

4

I

I

2

1

=

(c)

2

3

I

I

2

1

= (d)

3

2

I

I

2

1

=

Answer: (a)

3. Calculate the M.I. of a thin uniform ring about an

axis tangent to the ring and in a plane of the ring,

if its M.I. about an axis passing through the centre

and perpendicular to plane is 4 kg m

2

. (MHT-

CET-2006)

(a) 12 kg m

2

(b) 3 kg m

2

(c) 6 kg m

2

(d) 9 kg m

2

Answer: (c)

4. By keeping moment of inertia of a body constant,

if we double the time period, then angular

momentum of body (MHT-CET-2005)

(a) Remains constant (b) Becomes half

(c) Doubles (d) Quadruples

Answer: (b)

5.

I 2

L

2

represents (MH-CET 2003)

(a) Rotational kinetic energy of a particle.

(b) Potential energy of a particle

(c) Torque on a particle

(d) Power

Answer: (a)

6. The M.I. of a disc about an axis passing through

its centre and perpendicular to plane is

2

MR

2

,

then its M.I. about a tangent parallel to its

diameter is |MH-CET 2002|

(a)

2

MR

2

(b)

2

MR

5

4

(c)

2

MR

4

5

(d)

2

MR

4

3

Answer: (c)

7. The M.I. of disc about an axis perpendicular to its

plane and passing through its centre is .

2

MR

2

Its

M.I. about a tangent perpendicular to its plane will

be (MH-CET 2002)

(a)

2

MR

2

3

(b)

2

MR

4

3

(c)

2

MR

2

1

(d) Cannot be

determined

Answer: (b)

8. The torque acting is 2000Nm with an angular

acceleration of 2 rad/s

2

. the moment of inertia of

body is (MHT-CET-2004)

(a) 1200 kgm

2

(b) 900 kgm

2

(c) 1000 kgm

2

(d) Cant say

Answer: (d)

9. Four solid spheres each of mass M and diameter

2r, are placed with their centers on the four

corners of a square of side a (> 2r). the moment

of inertia of the system about one side of square is

(DEC 92)

(a) ( )

2 2

a 4 r 5 M

5

2

+ (b) ( )

2 2

a 2 r 5 M

5

2

+

(c) ( )

2 2

a 5 r 2 M

5

2

+ (d) ( )

2 2

a 5 r 4 M

5

2

+

Answer: (d)

10. For increasing the angular velocity of a object by

10%, the kinetic energy has to be increased by

(MHT-CET-2001)

(a) 40% (b) 20%

(c) 10% (d) 21%

Answer: (d)

11. M.I. of a thin uniform circular ring about the

tangent to the plane of the ring is (CPMT 92)

(a)

2

MR

2

(b) MR

2

(c)

4

MR

2

(d)

2

MR

2

3

Answer: (d)

12. A thin uniform ring of mass M and radius R

passing through its centre and perpendicular to its

plane. Then its M.I. is, (CPMT 82)

(a)

2

MR

2

1

(b) MR

2

(c) 2MR

2

(d)

2

MR

2

3

Answer: (b)

Answer (d)

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13. Ratio of rotational K.E. to rolling K.E. of a solid

sphere is |MH-CET 2002|

(a)

3

2

(b)

5

2

(c)

7

2

(d)

Answer: (c)

14. A body of M.I. of 5 kg m

2

, rotating with an angular

velocity of 6 rad/s, has the same kinetic energy as

a mass of 20 kg, moving with a velocity of

(a) 3 m/s (b) 2 m/s

(c) 4 m/s (d) 5 m/s

Answer: (a)

15. A thin uniform circular disc of mass M and radius R

is rotating in a horizontal plane about an axis

passing through its centre and perpendicular to

the plane with angular velocitye. Another disc of

same mass but half the radius is gently placed

over it coaxially. The angular speed of the

composite disc will be (IIT 86)

(a) e

4

5

(b) e

5

4

(c) e

5

2

(d) e

2

5

Answer: (b)

16. A wheel having a moment of inertia of 2 kg m

2

about its vertical axis, is rotating at the rate of 60

r.p.m. about this axis. What is the retarding torque

required to stop its rotation one minute?

(a) Nm

12

t

(b) Nm

15

t

(c) Nm

12

t

(d) Nm

18

t

Answer: (b)

17. Two bodies have their moments of inertia I and 2I

respectively about their axis of rotation. If their

kinetic energies of rotation are equal, their angular

momenta will be in the ratio of

(a) 1:2 (b) 2:1

(c) 1 : 2 (d) 2 : 1

Answer: (d)

18. A particle of mass m is moving with a constant

velocity along a line parallel to the +ve direction of

the X-axis. The magnitude of its angular

momentum w.r.t the origin

(a) Is zero

(b) Goes on increasing as x is increased

(c) Goes on decreasing as x is increased

(d) Remains constant for all positions of the

particle

Answer: (d)

19. Torqueses of equal magnitude are applied to a

hollow cylinder and a solid sphere, both having the

same mass and radius. Both of them are free to

rotate about their axis of symmetry. If o

c

and o

s

are the angular accelerations of the cylinder and

the sphere respectively, then the ratio

s

c

o

o

will be

(a)

2

5

(b)

5

2

(c)

3

4

(d)

4

3

Answer: (b)

20. A dancer on ice spins faster when she folds here

arms. This is due to (CPMT. PMT MP 86)

(a) Increases in energy and increase in angular

momentum

(b) Decrease in friction at the skates

(c) Constant angular momentum and increase in

kinetic energy

(d) Increase in energy an decreases in angular

momentum

A

nswer: (c)

21. The moment of inertia of a loop of radius R and

mass M about any tangent line will be (CPMT 92)

(a)

2

MR

2

3

(b)

2

MR

2

(c) MR

2

(d)

4

MR

2

Answer: (a)

22. A mass is revolving in a circle which is in the plane

of the paper. The direction of angular acceleration

is

(CPMT 83)

(a) Upward to the radius

(b) Towards the radius

(c) Tangential

(d) At right angle to angular velocity

Answer: (c)

23. Angular momentum is (CBSE 93)

(a) A scalar

(b) A polar vector

(c) A scalar as well as vector

(d) An axial vector

Answer: (d)

24. Which is the wrong relation from the following?

(MH-CET 99)

(a) t = I o (b) F = ma

(c) L = I e (d) I = t o

Answer: (d)

25. Two circular discs A and B have equal masses and

uniform thickness but have densities

1

and

2

such that

1

>

2

. their moment of inertia is

(MHT-CET-2000)

(a) I

1

> I

2

(b) I

1

>> I

2

(c) I

1

< I

2

(d) I

1

= I

2

Answer: (c)

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