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A particle P of weight ff newtoas is attached to ote end of a light inextensible shing. The
other end of the saing is attached to a fixed point O. Ahorizontal force of magpitude 5 N
is applied to P. The prticle P is itr equilibrium with the string taut and with OP making
an angle of 25" to the downward vertical, as sholvn in Figure 1'

Find

(a)

## the tension in the string,

(b)

the value of W.

(3)

(3)

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Two forces (4i-2j)N and (2i+ qilN act on aparticle Pof mass 1.5 kg. The resultant
these two forces is parallel to the vector (2i + 1;.

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(4)

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3.

A car starts from rest and moves with constmt accelerdion along a straight horizontal
road. The carreaches a speed af Vms-l in20 seconds. Itmoves at constant speed I/m s1
for the next 30 seconds, then moves with constcnt deceleration 1
8 m.

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with coastant

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deceleration

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(a)

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the value of

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4.

At time t: A, a particle is projected vertically upwards with speed rz from a point,4. The
particle moves freely under gravity. At time I the particle is at its maximum height f1
above A.

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terms of u and g.

(2)

(b)

Show that

H = )o

(c)

3fl

## above the ground.

Find, in terms of 1} the total time from the instant of projection to &e instant when
the particle hits the ground.
(4)

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F'igurc 2
Two particlesl and B have ruxses 2m and3nr respectively. The particles are connected
by a light inexteasible siling whichprr*ses over a smooth light fixed pulley. The system
is held at rest with the string taut. The hanging parts of the string are vertical and A ard
B xe above a horizontal plane, as shown in Figure 2. The system is released from rest.

(a) Show that the tension ia the string immediately after the particles

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(6)

After descending 1.5 m, B strikes &e plane and is immediately brougfut to rest. In the
subsequent motion, r{ does not reach the pulley.

## &) find the distance

travelled by ,4 between the instant when B strikes the plane and the
instant whenthe string next beccmes taut.
(6)

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thatm:0.5 kg,

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## A non-uniforxr br;amAD has weight Fnewtons and length 4 m. It is held in equilibrium

in a horizontal position by two vertical ropes attached to the beam. The ropes are attached
to two pcints 3 and C on the beam, where AB = I m and CD:1 m, as shown in Figure 3The tension in the rope attached to C is double the tension in drc rope attached to B. The
bea6 is noodetled as a rod and the ropes are modelled as light inextensible strings-

(a) Find the distance of the eentre of mass of the beam &om

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(6)

A small load of weidht kW newtons is attached to the beam at D. The beam remains in
equilibrium in a horizontal position. The load is modelled as a particle.
Find

(b)

an expression for the tension in the rope attached to B, \$ving your answer in tErms

of k

(c)

andfi,

(3)

the set of possible values of ft for which both ropes remain taut.

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X'igure 4

A particle P of mass 2.7 kg lies on a rough plane inclined at 40" to the horizontal- The
particle is held in equilibrium by a force of magnitude 15 N acting at an angle of 50" to the
plane, as shown in Figure 4. The force acts in avertical plane containing a line of greatest
slope of the plane. The particle is in equilibrium and is on the point of sliding down the
plane-

Firld

(a)

P,
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## between P and the plane.

(s)
The force of magnitude 15 N is rernoved.

(c)

## Detsrmine uihether P moveq justtfyi"g yorn answer.

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