NEET Physics: Questions 1583 - 1588 of 2142

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Question number: 1583

» Oscillations and Waves » Simple Harmonic Motion » Oscillations of a Spring

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The periodic time of a body executing simple harmonic motion is 5 sec. After how much time from time t = 0, its displacement will be half of its amplitude

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Question number: 1584

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When the displacement is half the amplitude, the ratio of potential energy to the total energy is

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Choice (4) Response

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b.

1

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d.

Question number: 1585

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What is the maximum acceleration of the particle doing the SHM where y is in cm?

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Question number: 1586

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A simple pendulum consisting of a ball of mass m tied to a thread of length l is made to swing on a circular arc of angle θ in a vertical plane. At the end of this arc, another ball of mass m is placed at rest. The momentum transferred to this ball at rest by the swinging ball is

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Choice (4) Response

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Non zero

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Zero

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A particle performs linear SHM such that it is placed on platform1 & platform 2 along with particles up and down with amplitude A = 1 cm. If the particle does not loose contact with platform anywhere and mass of particle is 1 kg, find:

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The minimum, possible time period

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Choice (4) Response

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0.1 sec.

b.

0.3 sec.

c.

0.2 sec.

d.

0.4 sec.

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For minimum time period condition average potential energy between t = 0 to t = 0.05 sec (Take g = 10 m/s)

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Choice (4) Response

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0 025 Joule

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0.1 Joule

c.

0.06 Joule

d.

0.08 Joule

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