# Laws of Motion-Force and Inertia (NEET (National Eligibility cum Medical Entrance Test) Physics): Questions 37 - 41 of 57

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## Question number: 37

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What is the tension in a rod of length L and mass M at a distance y from F, when the rod is acted on by two unequal forces F1 and F2 (

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## Question number: 38

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A rope of length 15 m and linear density 2 kg/m is lying length wise on a horizontal smooth table. It is pulled by a force of 25 N. The tension in the rope at the point 7 m away from the point of application, will be –

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13.33 N

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36.67 N

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11.67 N

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All of the above

## Question number: 39

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In above question, what is the tension in each string?

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## Question number: 40

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In the situation shown in figure, both the pulleys and the strings are light and all the surfaces are frictionless. The acceleration of mass M, tension in the string PQ and force exerted by the clamp on the pulley, will respectively be (block A = M and B = 2M and force is 2Mg)

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## Question number: 41

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A body of mass 50kg resting on a smooth inclined plane is connected by a massless inextensible string passing over a smooth pulley, at the top of the inclined plane have another mass of 40 kg as shown in the figure. The distance through which 50 kg mass fall in 10 sec will be - (The angle of the inclined plane is 30°)

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1.304 m

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81.5 m

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13.04 m

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1.63 m

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