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7.Explain. To train for conditions during a manned mission on the surface of Mars, where the acceleration due to gravity is ...

tion due to gravity is only 3.72 m/s2 , astronaut can be hung on a spring harness while on Earth. To provide the necessary force, we can stretch a stiff (large
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8.the girl on the sled, weighing 50 lb, leaves point A from rest and goes down a 2% icy slope ...

no friction). She collides with her friend, weighing 60 lb, at point B, 140 feet down the slope. After colliding, they travel together down the slope on the sled. The slope is maintained, but the ice is a little rougher, with a coefficient of friction of μk = 0.20. a) How fast will they be moving immediately after they collide? b) Will they come to a stop after the collision? If so, how far will they travel until they do? If not, what will their acceleration be?
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Mechanics is the study of motion of objects and its causes in relation with the force and displacement.  It also deals with the subsequent effects of forces on the bodies and its environment. Classical mechanics relates motion of objects with the application of various external forces and quantum mechanics describes the phenomena of motion at atomic level. 


Mechanics Sample Questions:


Question 1: Which equation of Impulse is derived from Newton's third law of motion?


a) F.dt = m.da          b) F.dt = m.dv


c) F.dt = ma.dv        d) F.dt = mv.dv


Answer: b) F.dt = m.dv


Explanation:  According to Newton’s second law,  Momentum P = mv


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Question 2: Given equation shows the relation of velocity w.r.t. to displacement . Find the acceleration at 2m.


a)   806           b) 622


c)   702           d) 812

Answer:  a)   806





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Question 3: For a body to be in static equilibrium, which of the following conditions should be satisfied?










Answer: (d)  


Explanation: For a body to be in static equilibrium, the sum of all the


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Question 4:  Area moment of inertia is defined in which of the following deformation of solid bodies.


a) Bending, Twisting

b) Twisting, Rotating

c) Rolling, Bending

d) Bending, Rolling


Answer: a) Bending, Twisting


Explanation: Area moment of inertia of any body's resistance to rotational deformation.


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Question 5: What is the expression of torque for a body travelling in circular motion with angular acceleration ???? and moment of inertia I.




Explanation: According to Newton’s second law of motion, F = ma


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Question 6: In a projectile motion, the ratio of maximum height reached to the time of flight is


a)               b) 


c)                d) 


Answer:  c) 



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Question 7: The ratio of mass moment of inertia of hollow sphere to the solid sphere is


a) 2/3      b) 5/3


c) 3/5      d) 3/2

Answer: b) 5/3



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Question 8: In equilibrium, forces acting on the body is


a) concurrent


b) concurrent, non-coplanar


c) coplanar, non-concurrent


d) concurrent, coplanar


Answer:  d) concurrent, coplanar 


Explanation: For a body to be in static equilibrium, the forces 


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Question 9: A horizontal force of 5 N is required to hold the box stationary against a wall. The coefficient of static friction between block and wall is 0.5. Find the weight of the block.


a) 2.5 N      b) 1 N


c) 1.5 N      d) 2 N

Answer:  a) 2.5 N


Explanation:  For the box to be stationary, Friction force acting in the upward direction balances the weight of the body.


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Question 10: A body has initial velocity and acceleration as    respectively. Find the velocity after 5 seconds.

a) 7 m/s        b) 6 m/s

c)  2 m/s       d) 5 m/s


Answer:   b) 6 m/s




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