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Note: These are some selected problems from various books. Students are urged to attempt and solve

many more questions posed in these books.

1. A car starts from rest with an acceleration of 4 m/s2 at t = 0. Subsequently, the acceleration is

given by a (t) = 4 t/2 (a is in m/s2 and t in s) till it becomes zero. What is the final velocity?

How much distance was covered during t = 1s and t = 4s?

2. A ball is thrown up with an initial speed v0 . Acceleration due to air resistance is given by

kv (where v is instantaneous velocity and k is a positive constant). Find the maximum height

reached and time taken to reach the highest point.

3. A projectile takes of with an initial velocity of 10 m/s at an angle of 45 . It is just able to clear

two hurdles of height 2 m each, separated by a distance d. Find d and distance of the first hurdle

from the point of projection.

4. For a given initial speed v0 , show that the maximum range of a projectile on a plane inclined at

2

an angle to the horizontal, is v0 /g / (1 + sin ).

5. Two electric dipoles are kept at positions (4, 0) and (0, 3). The dipole moment of the dipole

at (4, 0) is p1 = 3br + 4.

b (Dont worry about units.) The dipole moment of the other dipole

is p2 = 2br. Find the energy of this configuration which is given by p1 p2 /r3 , where r is the

distance between two dipoles.

6. A particle moves in a plane with constant radial velocity r = 4 m/s, starting from the origin.

The angular velocity is constant and has magnitude = 2 rad/s. When the particle is 3 m from

the origin, find the magnitude of (a) the velocity and (b) the acceleration.

7. A particle is moving in a circle of radius 12 m. Starting from the rest the, its speed increases at

a constant rate of 3 m/s2 . Calculate its accelration after 4 s.

8. A bead rests at the top of a fixed frictionless hoop of radius R that lies in a vertical plane. The

bead is given a tiny push so that it slides down and around the hoop. At what points on the

hoop is the beads acceleration vertical? What is this vertical acceleration?

(Note: Use the fact

that the beads speed after it has fallen a height h is given by v = 2gh.)

r = at,

= b/t.

r = a cos

such that its acceleration is central. Find the acceleration in terms of r.

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