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A small particle of mass m/10 is moving horizontally at a height of 3R/2 from ground with velocity 10 m/s. A perfectly inelastic collision occurs at point P of sphere of mass m placed on smooth horizontal surface. The radius of sphere is R, (m = 10 kg and R = 0.1 m) (Assume all surfaces to be smooth).

Sphere of radius R – In perfect inelastic collision

Sphere of Radius R – in Perfect Inelastic Collision

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small particle of mass m/10 is moving horizontally at a height of 3R/2 from ground with velocity 10 m/s. A perfectly inelastic collision occurs at point P of sphere of mass m placed on smooth horizontal surface. The radius of sphere is R, (m = 10 kg and R = 0.1 m) (Assume all surfaces to be smooth).

Sphere of radius R – with radius R and R/2

Sphere of Radius R – with Radius R and R/2

Speed of particle just after collision is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

approx. 15.0 m/s

b.

approx. 5.0m/s

c.

approx. 20.0 m/s

d.

approx. 10 m/s

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A small particle of mass m/10 is moving horizontally at a height of 3R/2 from ground with velocity 10 m/s. A perfectly inelastic collision occurs at point P of sphere of mass m placed on smooth horizontal surface. The radius of sphere is R, (m = 10 kg and R = 0.1 m) (Assume all surfaces to be smooth).

Sphere of radius R – Having inelastic collision

Sphere of Radius R – Having Inelastic Collision

Angular speed of sphere just after collision is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

2 rad/sec

b.

2.5 rad/sec

c.

3 rad/sec

d.

Zero

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In the above example, the height ascended or descended, as the case may be, during that time i. e. 8 sec will be -

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a.

6.976 m

b.

17.44 m

c.

1.744 m

d.

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