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Question number: 8

» Classical Mechanics » Special Theory of Relativity » Relativistic Kinematics

Appeared in Year: 2011

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A double pendulum consists of two point masses m attached by massless strings of length l as shown in the figure. The kinetic energy of the pendulum is –

 A double pendulum of two masses m

a Double Pendulum of Two Masses M

Figure shows a double pendulum consists of two point masses m attached by massless strings of length l.

(December)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

12ml2[θ˙12+θ˙22+2θ˙1θ2˙cos(θ1θ2)]

b.

12ml2[θ˙12+2θ˙22+2θ˙1θ2˙cos(θ1θ2)]

c.

12ml2[2θ˙12+θ˙22+2θ˙1θ2˙cos(θ1θ2)]

d.

12ml2[θ˙12+θ˙22]

Question number: 9

» Classical Mechanics » Special Theory of Relativity » Relativistic Kinematics

Appeared in Year: 2011

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The acceleration due to gravity (g) on the surface of Earth is approximately 2.6 times that on the surface of Mars. Given that the radius of Mars is about one half the radius of Earth, the ratio of the escape velocity on Earth to that on Mars is approximately. - (June)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

2.3

b.

1.3

c.

1.1

d.

5.2

Question number: 10

» Classical Mechanics » Special Theory of Relativity » Mass-Energy Equivalence

Appeared in Year: 2011

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Given that the ground state energy of the hydrogen atom is 13.6eV , the ground state energy of positronium (which is a bound state of an electron and a positronium) is – (December)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

13.6eV

b.

27.2eV

c.

+6.8eV

d.

6.8eV

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