Physics-Work, Energy & Power (NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 9): Questions 1 - 7 of 60

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Question number: 1

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The work done by a student in lifting a block from the ground and keeping it on a shelf of height is:

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Question number: 2

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A ball is projected vertically upward with a kinetic energy . If it goes up to a maximum height of , then the mass of the ball is approximately:

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Question number: 3

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Potential energy of a particle is , when it is at height from the ground. Then what is the mass of the particle?

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Question number: 4

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When a ball reaches the ground, its velocity is , from a height . What is the value of ?

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Question number: 5

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The kinetic energy in terms of the momentum is given as:

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Question number: 6

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Two masses of and are moving with equal kinetic energies, then the ratio of magnitudes of their linear momenta is:

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Question number: 7

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Two blocks of masses and are dropped from a height . At any instant, which physical quantity they both have equal?

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Acceleration

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Momentum

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Kinetic energy

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Potential energy

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