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(c)

45

3

45

8.

Fundamentals of Vectors

1.

i 4k

axis is

2.

(b) 4

(c) 3

(d) Zero

4.

5.

5

45

and 3

so that the

i 3j 2k

i 6j 7k

9.

(a) 4

i 2j 5k

(b) 4

i 2j 5k

(c) 3

i 4j 5k

(a) 3

i 5j 2k

(a) 2

(b) 3

(c) 4

(d) 5

(b) 3

i 2j 5k

(a)

i

j 10k

(b)

i j 5k

fly starting at one corner ends up at a

diametrically opposite corner. What is the

magnitude of its displacement

(c)

i j

(d) 2

i 4j 6k

(a) 17 m

(b) 26 m

(c) 36 m

(d) 20 m

(3,4,5). Its displacement vector be

making an angle of 60 with vertical. Its vertical

component be

10.

(a) 10 N

(b) 3 N

body. Each force makes angle / 50 with the

preceding force. What is the resultant of the forces

(c) 4 N

(d) 2.5 N

(a) 1000 N

(b) 500 N

(c) 250 N

(d) Zero

If A 3

i 4j and B 7

i 24

j, the vector

having the same magnitude as B and parallel to A

is

(c)

20

i 15

j

(c)

(b) 5 2

(c) 4

(d) 2 10

13.

14.

(a)

1

45

45

,

2

45

45

and

and

3

45

45

2 (d)

Given vector A 2

i 3

j, the angle between A

and y-axis is

1

is a

[CPMT 1993]

vector A are

1

1

i

j

2

2

Scalar

2

3

A

The expression

(a) Unit vector

If A 2

i 4

j 5k

(4, 4, 0) and ( 2, 2, 0) must be

(a) 6

(d)

3A

12.

(d) 15

i 20

j

(b)

11.

(b) 15

i 10

j

Value of its components (in terms of magnitude of

A ) will be

(a)

7.

(d)

having different magnitudes can be added to give

zero resultant

(a) 5

i 20

j

6.

45

and

45

system is (3, 2, 5). Then its position vector will be

(c) 5

i 3j 2k

3.

[RPMT 2004]

(a) 5

, 0 and

(a) tan

3/ 2

(c) sin1 2 / 3

(b)

15.

(b) tan

(d) cos1 2 / 3

i

j is

(a) k

(c)

(b)

i

j

i j

2

2/ 3

(d)

i j

2

Vectors

16.

. Its length

A vector is represented by 3

i

j 2k

in XY plane is

25.

(c)

17.

18.

10

[EAMCET (Engg.)

(b)

14

(a) 1

(d)

(c)

point and all are lying in one plane. If the angles

between them are equal, the resultant force will

be

[CBSE PMT 1995]

(a) Zero

(b) 10 N

(c) 20 N

(d) 10 2N

26.

(b) 45

(c) 22.5

(d) 30

27.

23.

replaced by two (or three)

0.11

(d)

0.39

(a)

1

)

(3i 6j 2k

7

(b)

1

)

(3i 6j 2k

7

(c)

1

)

(3i 6j 2k

49

(d)

1

)

(3i 6j 2k

49

Surface area is

(a) Scalar

vector

Angular momentum is

[MNR 1986]

(a) A scalar

29.

(a) Pressure

QP

(c) PQ

Q

(d) P Q P

The

position

vector

of

a

particle

is

r (a cost)

i (a sint)

j . The velocity of the

particle is

[CBSE PMT 1995]

(c) r

30.

[AFMC

1998]

(a) Displacement

(c) Acceleration

(d) Work

The

1

(i j k)

3

angle

between

(b) r

1

(i j k)

2

(d) r

1

(i j k)

2

the

two

and B 3

is

A 3

i 4j 5k

i 4

j 5k

vectors

[DPMT 2000]

Which of the following is a scalar quantity

1

(i j k)

3

(a) r

c k

(Engg.) 2003]

system, three vectors are expressed as

along the

direction of sum of these vector is

[Kerala CET

(b) | P| | Q|

where

i,

j, k

correct

Q

(a) P

(b) Vector

a 4

i

j , b 3

i 2

j and

[CBSE

rectangular park of size 400 m 300 m, starting

from one corner to the other corner diagonally

opposite. Which of the following statement is

incorrect

[HP PMT 1999]

vector as their resultant

24.

0.01

(b)

by

and B

vectors A 4

i 3

j 6k

i 3

j 8k

is [EAMCET 2000]

28.

22.

represented

the original vector as their resultant

21.

is

as their resultant

20.

vector

i j with xaxis is

(a) 90

unit

19.

0.5

i 0.8

j ck

PMT 1999; EAMCET 1994]

1994]

(a) 2

If

31.

(a) 60

(b) Zero

(c) 90

i 4t2j 7k

Vectors

The distance traversed in first 10 sec is

[DPMT

2002]

32.

33.

(a) 500 m

(b) 300 m

(c) 150 m

(d) 100 m

A 4

i 3

j and B 8

i 8

j will be

24

i 5

j

13

(b)

(c)

6

i 5j

13

12

i 5

j

13

The

between

7.

two

vectors

and B 3

will be

A 3

i 4j 5k

i 4

j 5k

[Pb. CET 2001]

9.

(a) 90

(b) 0

(c) 60

(d) 45

1.

of 12 N at what angle the two vectors be added to

get resultant vector of 17 N, 7 N and 13 N

respectively

(a) 0, 180 and 90

(b) 0, 90 and 180

(c) 0, 90 and 90

2.

If

3.

10.

A B

(b) 5 5, tan1 (1 / 2)

(a) 40 m/s NW

(b) 20 2 m/s NW

(c) 40 m/s SW

(d) 20 2 m/s SW

magnitude of difference is

[CPMT 1995; CBSE

(c) 1 /

of the same magnitude F. The angle between the

two forces is

(a) 45

(b) 120

(c) 150

(d) 60

maximum, what must be the angle between them

(a) 0

(b) 60

(c) 90

(d) 180

equal to 4 N and 3 N. The net force on the particle

is [CPMT 1979]

(a) 7 N

(b) 5 N

(c) 1 N

N

Two vectors

C lies

(d)

outside

this

plane,

then

the

11.

smaller than the magnitude of larger force, the

two forces must be

(a) Different both in magnitude and direction

(b) Mutually perpendicular to one another

(c) Possess extremely small magnitude

(d) Point in opposite directions

12.

mutually perpendicular directions. The resultant

force on the point mass will be

[CPMT 1991]

(a) F1 F2

(b)

A and

and travels at the same speed. The change in its

velocity be

v2

(b) Cannot be zero

will be

(a) 5, tan1 (3 / 4)

(a)

[CPMT 1983]

PMT 1989]

v1

[UPSEAT 1999]

4.

wall at an angle and rebounds at the same speed

and same angle. The magnitude of the change in

momentum of the object will be

vector

A 4

i 3

j and B 6

i 8

j then magnitude

and direction of

(d) 5

i 4

j 10k

(d) 2 mv

8.

the

(c) 4

i 5

j 20k

(d) 5

angle

(b) 20

i 5

j 4k

(c) 0

(b) 10 2

(a) 20

i 5

j 4k

(b) 2 mv sin

[KCET 1997]

.

C 6

i 2k

i 3

j along the

(c) 5 2

34.

6.

[BHU 1995]

(a)

vector

i

j is

and

A 2

i

j, B 3

jk

Value of A 2B 3C would be

(a)

5.

(c)

F12 F22

(b) F1 F2

(d) F12 F22

Vectors

13.

If

and B is

(a) 60

(c) 120

14.

| A B | | A | | B |,

(c)

Let

and B be 120 and resultant be C

22.

| A B|

The magnitude of vector A, B

and

23.

C

are

(a) 0

16.

(b)

(c) / 2

(d) / 4

Magnitude of vector which comes on addition of

24.

(c)

17.

(b)

13.2

202

(d)

160

25.

and 5 m towards north then 6 m vertically upward.

The sum of these displacements is

18.

(b) 10.04 m

(d) None of these

three

vectors

, B

A 3

i 2

jk

i 3

j 5k

and

26.

19.

(b)

(d)

27.

5

12

(b) cos

12

13

(d) cos

5

13

7

13

perpendicular to the vector A and its magnitude is

equal to half the magnitude of vector B. The angle

between A and B is

(a) 120

(b) 150

(c) 135

(d) None of these

What vector must be added to the two vectors

may be a unit vector along

(b) B C A

x-axis

[BHU 1990]

(c) C A B

(a) 2

i

jk

(b) 2

i

jk

(d) A B C 0

(c) 2

i

jk

(d) 2

i

jk

Let C A B then

28.

(b) It

is

possible

to

have

| C | | A |

and

The value of the sum of two vectors A and B

with as the angle between them is

(a) Zero

(b) tan1(P / Q)

(c) tan1(Q / P )

(d)

tan1(P Q) /(P Q)

[BHU 1996]

of (P Q) and (P Q)

| C | | B |

21.

and 2

, so that the resultant

i 2

j 2k

i

jk

(a) A B C

20.

(b) 8 N and 8 N

(d) 2 N and 14 N

units and P Q R, the angle between Q and R

is [CEET 1998]

(c) cos

form

C 2

i

j 4k

Isosceles triangle

(c) A right angled triangle

No triangle

For the figure

the resultant force is 8 N and its direction is

perpendicular to minimum force then the forces

are

[CPMT 1997]

(a) cos

[AIIMS 1998]

(a) 12

(c) 14.31 m

The

(d) 10, 20, 40

body, then the body is

(a) 6 N and 10 N

(c) 4 N and 12 N

[BHU 2000]

136

resultant cannot be zero

[CPMT 1985]

(c) In equilibrium

(d) Moving with an acceleration

two vectors, 6

i 7

j and 3

i 4

j is

(a)

(d)

(a) At rest

(b) Moving with a uniform velocity

then the angle between A and B is

[CPMT 1997]

A 2 B 2 2AB sin

(c) 10, 20, 23

| A B|

(b)

A 2 B 2 2AB sin

| A B|

A 2 B 2 2AB cos

A 2 B 2 2AB cos

(b) 0

(d) 90

15.

(a)

29.

P . What is the angle between P and Q

(a) cos1(P / Q)

(b) cos1( P / Q)

Vectors

(c) sin1 (P / Q)

30.

31.

32.

(c) 20 km/hour

(d) sin1 ( P / Q)

of the

resultant of two vectors of magnitudes P and Q are

in the ratio 3 : 1. Which of the following relations

is true

(a) P 2Q

(b) P Q

(c) PQ 1

(c) cos1(1 / 4)

33.

and C are 3, 4

between A and B is

(b) cos1(0.6)

2

7

1

(c) tan

39.

(b) cos1(1 / 2)

40.

(d) cos1(1 / 4)

Further if | A | | C |, then what is the angle

(d)

travels 75 km North, 60 km North-east and 20 km

East. The minimum distance between the two

stations is

[AFMC 1993]

(a) 72 km

(b) 112 km

(c) 132 km

(d) 155 km

through an angle of 90. If the speed of the

scooter remains unchanged in taking turn, the

change is the velocity of the scooter is

[BHU 1994]

between A and B

(a)

(c)

34.

radian

(b)

3

radian

4

radian

(b) Zero

(c) 10.0 ms1 in southern direction

(d) radian

41.

(c) 4

i 6

j

(b) 4

i 6

j

(a) 22.36 km

(d) 4

i 6

j

(c) 5 km

of 100 km/hr at a constant height from the surface

of earth. The change in the velocity as it travels

half circle is

42.

(d) 0

What

displacement

displacement

be

added

to

to

give

Two

forces

F2 10

i 5

j 15k

[AMU 1995]

the

a

(d) 20 km

and

F1 5

i 10

j 20k

(b) 45

(c) 60

(d) 90

resultant force of 2 N

[HP PMT 1999]

(a) 18

i 6

j

(a) 2 N and 2 N

(b) 1 N and 1 N

(c) 1 N and 3 N

(d) 1 N and 4 N

18

i 6

j

(b)

32

i 13

j

(d) 25

i 13

j

and then due North with velocity 15 km/hour. The

resultant velocity

[AFMC 1995]

(a) 5 km/hour

43.

(a) 30

(c)

37.

must

25

i 6

j m

(b) 2 km

36.

will be displacement from initial point

[AFMC 1994, 2003]

[AMU 1996]

(a) 4

i 6

j

35.

i , F2 6j, the third

force is

A, B

resultant is equal to the greater force. Then the

angle between the two forces is

(a) cos1(1 / 2)

(a)

Q is doubled, the new resultant is perpendicular

to P. Then R equals

(a) P

(b) (P+Q)

(c) Q

(d) (PQ)

Two forces, F1 and

38.

(d) 25 km/hour

(b) 15 km/hour

44.

the resultant is R. The first force is now increased

to 6N and the resultant become 2R. The value of

is [HP PMT 2000]

(a) 30

(b) 60

Vectors

(c) 90

45.

Three

are in

forces

forces

(d) 120

(c) 238

equilibrium. What is the angle between the

? Also name the triangle formed by the

as sides

53.

Two vectors

A B A B . Then

(a)

If

and B will be

1.

48.

(a) 90

(b) 120

(c) 0

(d) 60

resultant of two given vectors are 17 units and 7

unit respectively. If these two vectors are at right

angles to each other, the magnitude of their

resultant is

[Kerala CET (Engg.) 2000]

(a) 1

(c)

2.

is

1

2

1

2

(d) 1

and 4

If two vectors 2

i 3j k

i 6

j k

(b) 16

(a) 0

(b) 2

(c) 18

(d) 13

(c) 3

(d) 4

their vector differences. In that case, the forces

3.

through a distance 10 meter in a direction making

an angle of 60 with the force. The work done by

the force be

(a) 200 J

(b) 100 J

(c) 300

(d) 250 J

velocity is 10. The direction of motion of the body

with the horizontal at this instant is

4.

(a) tan1(2)

(b) tan1(1 / 2)

(c) 45

(d) 0

(4

i

j 3k

[CMEET 1995; Pb. PMT 2002, 03]

resultant force on the body has maximum value of

[Manipal 2003]

(a) 4 N

(b) 0 N

(c) 20 N

(d) 8 N

5.

(a) P / 2

(c)

(b) P / 4

(d) 2P

(a) 100 J

(b) 200 J

(c) 300 J

(d) 250 J

6.

(b) 2

(c) 3

The value of the triple product A .(B A ) is

[CBSE PMT 1991, 2005]

(a) A 2 B

[BHU 2000]

(c)

274

(b) 38

and B , sum (A B) is

(a) 1

magnitude of the sum of these vector is

(a)

of their magnitude is

each other at an angle of 120. The magnitude of

their resultant is

[Karnataka CET

2004]

to

A particle moves from position 3

i 2

j 6k

due to a uniform force of

14

i 13

j 9k

[Manipal 2003]

52.

(b)

(a) 14

51.

50.

is perpendicular to the

If a vector 2

i 3

j 8k

[CBSE PMT 2005]

49.

(d) B 0

vector 4j 4

i k

47.

that

Multiplication of Vectors

46.

such

(b) A B 0

A. B 0

(c) A 0

| A B| | A| | B|

are

[JIPMER 2000]

(d) 560

A and B

A 2 B sin

(b) Zero

(d) A 2 B cos

Vectors

7.

If

15.

[CPMT 1989]

and B is

(a) V1 is parallel to V2

[AIEEE 2004]

8.

(a) / 2

(b) / 3

(b) V 1 V 2

(c)

(d) / 4

(c)

If

A 3

i j 2k

B 2

i 2j 4k

and

9.

(d) | V 1 | | V 2 |

then

value of | A B | will be

16.

(a) 8 2

(b) 8 3

(c) 8 5

(d) 5 8

) m about the

acting at the point r (3

i 2

j 3k

origin be

17.

(b)

17

i 6

j 13k

18.

(d)

(c) 6

i 6

j 12k

If

A B C, then

statements is wrong

(a)

(b)

C A

(c) C (A B)

11.

12.

which

of

the

C B

19.

(d) C (A B)

(d) +11 J

and

The angle between two vectors 2

i 3j k

[EAMCET 1990]

(a) 0

(b) 90

(c) 180

(

i

j)

(a) 30

(b) 45

(c) 60

(d) 90

particle

moves

with

m / s under

6

i 4

j 3k

velocity v parallel to x-axis in x-y plane as shown

in fig. Its angular momentum with respect to origin

at any time t will be

the

a

influence

(b) 45 J/s

i

(c) mvb

i

(d) mv

(c) 25 J/s

vectors

F 1 2i 5k

and

(a) 20

(b) 23

(c) 5 33

(d) 26

Consider a vector

20.

If

P .Q PQ,

21.

(a) 0

(b) 30

(c) 45

(d) 60

A force

F 5

i 6j 4k

acting on a body,

. Work done

produces a displacement S 6

i 5k

by the force is

[KCET 1999]

that is perpendicular to F is

(a) 10 units

(b) 18 units

(a) 4

i 3

j

(b) 6

i

(c) 11 units

(d) 5 units

(c) 7k

(d) 3

i 4

j

22.

i 5j

each other, when

[AIIMS 1987]

and B 5

i 5

j will be

(a) Zero

(b) 45

(a) A B 0

(b) A B 0

(c) 90

(d) 180

(c)

(d)

A B 0

[AIIMS 1999]

F 4

i 3

j. Another vector

A. B 0

of

(a) 35 J/s

two

velocity

(b) mvbk

Consider

and

N. The

constant force F 20

i 15

j 5k

(a) mvbk

14.

(b) +13 J

(c) +7 J

[EAMCET 1995]

following

F 2 3j 4k

product of these vectors is

13.

(a) 7 J

) is

(

jk

17

i 6

j 13k

10.

is

i 2

j 4k

(a) 6

i 6

j 12k

A force F (5

i 3

j) Newton is applied over a

particle which displaces it from its origin to the

point r (2

i 1

j) metres. The work done on

the particle is

)N

F (2

i 3

j 4k

[CPMT 2000]

Vectors

23.

The

P a

i a

j 3k

vector

and

(a) 0

Q a

i 2j k

(c)

24.

(a) 3

(b) 4

(c) 9

(d) 13

31.

subjected

to

a

force

given

by

) N. What is the work

F (2

i 15

j 6k

10 m along the Y-axis

[CBSE PMT 1994]

25.

32.

Let

A

i A cos

jA sin

anytime

[MNR 1991;

(a) 0

(b) 30

(c) 90

(d) 180

(c) 10 units

(d) 5 units

A vector

33.

The

angle

34.

)

(c) (

jk

(d) (4

i)

vectors

and

F 2 is zero

B, A B 0,

the

35.

36.

vectors

(A B)

37.

(a) Zero

(b)

(c) / 4

(d) / 2

is

(P Q)

the

angle

1

3

2

A vector

1

(b) cos

(d) sin1

5

3

5

3

(a) Zero

) is

Angle between the vectors (

i

j) and (

jk

(a) 90

(b) 0

(c) 180

(d) 60

(c) Antiparallel

(d) Inclined at an angle of 60

and

(B A) is

What

by

(a) Perpendicular

(b) Parallel

between

given

and D 4

i 6

j then the displacement vectors

AB and CD are

angle

vectors

, B 4

, C 7

A 3

i 4

j 5k

i 5

j 6k

i 9

j 3k

The

two

is

[UPSEAT 2000]

then F 2 could be

(b) (

i

j)

between

1

(c) sin

(a) 4

j

(d)

6i 6 j 3k and 7i 4 j 4k is

[EAMCET (Engg.) 1999]

1

(a) cos

vector.

i B cos j B sin

(a) 14 units

any

(b)

i B sin j B cos

(c)

is

between

be

i B sin j B cos

of a force F such that the value of its linear

30.

(d) 0

i B cos j B sin

(a)

vectors A 2

i 3

j and B

i 4j is

29.

(c) 1

UPSEAT 2000]

28.

(b) 3

(d) 190 J

27.

(a) 6

(c) 160 J

at

2 and 3 is 1. What is their cross product

[BHU 1997]

(P )

(d)

(b) 150 J

26.

(a) 20 J

momentum

(b)

between

If

force

(F ) 4

i 5

j and

(s) 3

i 6k

[Manipal 1995]

( P Q)

and

4 3

(c) 6 3

(a)

5 6

(d) 4 6

(b)

displacement

Vectors

38.

If | A B | | A . B |,

(b) y-axis

and B will be

(c) z-axis

[AIIMS 2000; Manipal 2000]

39.

40.

(a) 30

(b) 45

(c) 60

In an clockwise system

(d) 90

(a) j k

i

i .

i 0

(b)

(a)

(c) j j 1

.

(d) k

j 1

(c) 3A 3B

46.

[CPMT 1990]

v r, where is the angular velocity and

47.

41.

31 units

(c)

37 units

(d)

41 units

Three vectors

42.

[AIIMS 1996]

(b) c

(c)

(d) b c

2

i

43.

14

i 34

j 16k

48.

and

2j

(d)

The value of (A B) (A B) is

[RPET 1991, 2002; BHU 2002]

(a) b

b. c

21

i 4

j 4k

(c)

a. c 0. The vector

a is

and

a. b 0

acting

Find the torque of a force F 3

i

j 5k

(b) 4

i 4

j 6k

a, b

parallel to

(a) 14

i 38

j 16k

, then | v| is

r 4

j 3k

(b)

(b) A B

body is

i 2j 2k

29 units

A B

at the point r 7

i 3j k

(a)

the vector A + B is perpendicular to

49.

(b) 1 unit

(c) 2 units

(d) 4 units

What is the unit vector perpendicular to the

(a) 0

(b) A 2 B 2

(c) B A

(d) 2(B A)

If

and B are perpendicular vectors and

and B 2

.

vector A 5

i 7

j 3k

i 2

j ak

The value of a is

and 6

following vectors 2

i 2

jk

i 3

j 2k

(a)

i 10

j 18k

[EAMCET 1991]

(b)

5 17

i 10

j 18k

50.

5 17

(c)

17

the

vectors

j 3k

and

51.

(a)

61 sq.unit

(b)

59 sq.unit

(c)

49 sq.unit

(d)

52 sq.unit

The

position

of

(a) x-axis

and

accelerates

with

particle

is

given

20

(a) 10 2

(b)

(c) 2 10

(d) 10

Two

adjacent

sides

of

parallelogram

are

3

i 2

jk

[AMU 1997]

by

The angular momentum is perpendicular to

[EAMCET (Engg.) 1998]

F 6

i 8

j 10k

and

represented by the two vectors

i 2

j 3k

is

i 2

jk

45.

[CMEET 1995]

by

(d) 8

5 17

represented

(c) 7

(d)

i 10

j 18k

44.

(b) 8

i 10

j 18k

5

(a) 2

52.

(a) 8

(b) 8 3

(c) 3 8

(d) 192

and

The position vectors of radius are 2

i j k

while those of linear momentum are

2

i 3

jk

Vectors

53.

2

i 3

jk

[BHU 1997]

(a) A

(b) A

(a) 2

i 4k

(b) 4

i 8k

(d) Zero

(c) 2

i 4

j 2k

(d) 4

i 8k

What

is

the

value

of

linear

Lami's Theorem

velocity,

and r 5

3

i 4j k

i 6

j 6k

if

[CBSE

1.

(a) 6

i 2

j 3k

(b) 6

i 2

j 8k

(c) 4

i 13

j 6k

(d)

[CET 1998]

(a) 0.9659

(b) 2

18

i 13

j 2k

54.

(b) 1

(c)

55.

When

(d)

A.B | A || B |,

2.

then

56.

and

and

and

and

If | A B|

(a)

can act in any direction

AB

(a) A 2 B 2

1/ 2

(b)

3 AB)1 / 2

A B

3.

(d)

acting on a particle

F 3

i cj 2k

in its

causes a displacement S 4

i 2

j 3k

A force

58.

(b) 6

(c) 1

(d) 0

A force F (5

i 3

j) N is applied over a particle

s (2

i 1

j) m. The work done on the particle is

[BHU 2001]

(a) + 11 J

(c) + 13 J

59.

(b) + 7 J

(d) 7 J

equal to

(c)

P

Q

R

tan

tan

tan

(d)

P

Q

R

sin

sin

sin

If a body is in equilibrium under a set of noncollinear forces, then the minimum number of

forces has to be

[AIIMS 2000]

4.

value of c will be

[DPMT 1997]

(a) 12

P

Q

R

sin

sin

sin

(a) Four

(c) Two

1/ 2

(A B AB)

57.

1

2

P

Q

R

(b)

cos

cos

cos

is

coplanar forces P, Q and R as shown in the figure.

Select the correct statement

(c) (A 2 B 2

[AFMC 1994]

(a) A

(b) A

(c) A

(d) A

150o

(c) 1

(a) 0

point and are in equilibrium. Given P = 1.9318 kg

5.

(b) Three

(d) Five

in different planes can be added to give zero

resultant

(a) 2

(b) 3

(c) 4

(d) 5

As shown in figure the tension in the horizontal

cord is 30 N. The weight W and tension in the

string OA in Newton are

[DPMT 1992]

(a) 30

3, 30

(b) 30

3, 60

(c) 60

3, 30

Relative Velocity

30o

30 N

O

W

Vectors

1.

2.

3.

same speed 30 km/hr. They are separated by a

distance of 5 km, the speed of a car moving in the

opposite direction if it meets these two cars at an

interval of 4 minutes, will be

(a) 40 km/hr

(b) 45 km/hr

(c) 30 km/hr

(d) 15 km/hr

(a) 10 km/hr

(b) 20 km/hr

(c) 30 km/hr

(d) 40 km/hr

(c) 10 3 km/ h

5.

9.

10.

(c) 15 km/h

jeep moving with a speed of 9 m/s. A police man

chases him on a motor cycle moving at a speed of

10 m/s. If the instantaneous separation of jeep

from the motor cycle is 100 m, how long will it

take for the policemen to catch the thief

(a) 1 second

(b) 19 second

(c) 90 second

(d) 5 / 3 km/ h

to ground. The water in the river is moving with a

velocity 3i 4j with respect to ground. The

relative velocity of the boat with respect to water

is

[CPMT 1998]

(a) 8j

(b) 6i 8j

(c) 6i +8j

(d) 5 2

(b) 15 s

(c) 8 s

(d) 10 s

m/min. A man on south bank of river, capable of

swimming 10m/min in still water, wants to swim

across the river in shortest time. He should swim

du

v

v

sin1

2

u

direction making an angle of

of 10 m/s. A parrot flying towards south with a

speed of 5 m/s crosses the train. The time taken

by the parrot the cross to train would be:

(a) 30 s

du

v

(d) x will be max. if he swims in a direction

v

sin1

2

u

making an angle

of

direction of the flow of water

11.

with

west to east with a speed of 40 km/h observes

that the rain-drops are falling vertically down. To

the another man standing on ground the rain will

appear

[HP PMT 1999]

[BHU 1998]

7.

(b) 60 km/h

(b) 5 km/h

6.

(a) 80 km/h

He has to cross a river of width d flowing with a

velocity u (u > v). The distance through which he

is carried down stream by the river is x. Which of

the following statement is correct

the moving man, will be

2 km/ h

with 80 km/h. The relative velocity of B with

respect to A is

[AFMC 2000]

with the vertical to keep the rain away. He throws

the umbrella and starts running at 10 km/hr. He

finds that raindrops are hitting his head vertically,

the speed of raindrops with respect to the road will

be

(a) 10 /

4.

8.

point on the bank of a stream is swimming with a

speed of 0.5 m/s at an angle of 1200 with the

direction of flow of water. The speed of water in

the stream is

[CBSE PMT 1999]

(a) 1 m/s

(d) The information given is insufficient to decide

the direction of rain.

12.

still water. If the velocity of water is 4 km/h, the

time taken for going upstream 8 km and coming

back is

[EAMCET 1990]

Vectors

(a) 2h

4.

(b) 2h 40 min

(c) 1h 20 min

(d) Cannot be estimated with the information

given

13.

speed of 10 m/s. A bird flying towards east with a

speed of 5 m/s crosses the train. The time taken

by the bird to cross the train will be

2002]

5.

14.

(b) 12 sec

(c) 10 sec

(d) 8 sec

(a) 12, 5

(b) 14, 4

(c) 5, 13

(d) 10, 8

length through a small angle d . The value of

[Manipal 2002]

(a) 16 sec

point is 18 and the magnitude of their resultant is

12. If the resultant is at 90 with the force of

smaller magnitude, what are the, magnitudes of

forces

[Roorkee

1992;

AIEEE

| a| and

the resulting velocity of boat is 10 km/h then the

velocity of river water is

[CPMT 2001]

6.

are respectively

(a) 0, a d

(b) a d , 0

(c) 0, 0

OA, OB

and

(a) 4 km/h

(b) 6 km/h

circle is R.

(c) 8 km/h

(d) 10 km/h

(a) 2R

(b) R(1

2)

45o

45o

(c) R 2

(d) R( 2 1)

1.

2.

3.

If a vector

is the value of AB AC AD AEE AF D

(a)

(a) 0

(b) 1

(b) 2AO

(c) 2

(d) 3

(c) 4 AO

acting at a point is zero, then the minimum value

of n is

[SCRA 2000]

(a) 1

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) 4

are

same

in

same

in

(d) Yes,

same

in

vectors

O

A

change in velocity of its tip in 15 seconds is

[IIIT 2000]

magnitude but opposite in sense

other

8.

(c)

9.

the

(d) 6 AO

(a) Zero

(b) No

when

AO

(a) Yes, when the 2 vectors

magnitude and direction

7.

are

2

with each

3

(b)

cm/ sec

30

(d)

30 2

cm/ sec

2

cm/ sec

30

After 10 seconds its direction changes towards

north with same velocity. The average acceleration

of the particle is

[CPMT 1997; IIT-JEE 1982]

(a) Zero

(c)

1

2

(b)

m/ s2 N E

(d)

1

2

m/ s2 N W

1

2

m/ s2 S W

Vectors

10.

A force F K (y

i x

j) (where K is a positive

constant) acts on a particle moving in the x-y

plane. Starting from the origin, the particle is

taken along the positive x- axis to the point (a, 0)

and then parallel to the y-axis to the point (a, a).

The total work done by the forces F on the

particle is

[IIT-JEE 1998]

11.

(a) 2 Ka 2

(b) 2Ka 2

(c) Ka 2

(d) Ka2

(a)

(c)

(d)

(e)

reason is the correct explanation of the assertion.

If both assertion and reason are true but reason is

not the correct explanation of the assertion.

If assertion is true but reason is false.

If the assertion and reason both are false.

If assertion is false but reason is true.

1.

Assertion

(b)

A 3

i 6

j 2k

B 2

i j 2k

and

(a)

(c)

12.

5

17 sq.unit

2

(b)

3

17 sq.unit

5

(d)

2

17 sq.unit

5

(a) P W tan

14.

Reason

5.

the current in 4 minutes. If in still water he can

swim with a speed 5/3 times that of the current,

then the speed of the current, in m/min is

6.

7.

[Roorkee 1998]

(b) 40

(c) 50

(d) 60.

Assertion

correct option out of the options given below:

Assertion

A B is perpendicular to A.B

:

:

If

| A B| | A B|

,

then

A B B A

:

Vector product of two vectors is

an axial vector

Reason

(b) 3 km/h

(d) 5 km/h

(a) 30

A B

and B , then tan

A.B

Assertion

Reason

crosses a river of width 1 km along the shortest

possible path in 15 minutes. The velocity of the

river water is

(a) 1 km/h

(c) 4 km/h

3.

(c) T 2 P 2 W2

T P W

is 45

: i j is equally inclined to both

i

and j and the angle between

and

i

j is 90

4.

(b) T P W 0

13.

Reason

5

17 sq.unit

3

The sphere is pushed away from the wall by a

stick. The forces acting on the sphere are shown in

the second diagram. Which of the following

statements is wrong

(d)

2.

A B is perpendicular to both

A B as well as A B.

Assertion :

Angle between

i

j and

i

: If v = instantaneous velocity, r =

velocity, then v r .

Assertion :

Minimum number of non-equal

vectors in a plane required to give

zero resultant is three.

one plane

Assertion :

Relative velocity of A w.r.t. B is

greater than the velocity of either,

when they are moving in opposite

directions.

Reason : Relative

velocity

of

A

w.r.t.

B vA vB

8.

Assertion

A and B is commutative.

Reason : A B B A

9.

Assertion :

A.B B.A

Reason : Dot product of two vectors is

commutative.

10. Assertion :

r F and F r

Reason

commutative.

: Cross

product

of

vectors

is

Vectors

11.

Assertion

:

A negative acceleration of a

body is associated with a slowing

down of a body.

Reason : Acceleration is vector quantity.

12. Assertion :

A physical quantity cannot be

called as a vector if its magnitude is

zero.

Reason : A vector has both, magnitude and

direction.

13. Assertion :

The sum of two vectors can be

zero.

Reason : The vector cancel each other, when

they are equal and opposite.

14. Assertion :

Two vectors are said to be like

vectors if they have same direction

but different magnitude.

Reason : Vector quantities do not have specific

direction.

15. Assertion :

The scalar product of two

vectors can be zero.

Reason : If two vectors are perpendicular to

each other, their scalar product will be

zero.

16. Assertion :

Multiplying any vector by an

scalar is a meaningful operations.

Reason : In uniform motion speed remains

constant.

17. Assertion :

A null vector is a vector whose

magnitude is zero and direction is

arbitrary.

Reason : A null vector does not exist.

18. Assertion :

If dot product and cross product

a null vector.

Reason : Null vector is a vector with zero

magnitude.

19. Assertion :

The cross product of a vector

with itself is a null vector.

Reason : The cross-product of two vectors

results in a vector quantity.

20. Assertion :

The minimum number of non

coplanar vectors whose sum can be

zero, is four.

Reason : The resultant of two vectors of

unequal magnitude can be zero.

21. Assertion :

If A.B B.C, then A may

Reason : The dot product of two vectors

involves cosine of the angle between

the two vectors.

22. Assertion :

Vector addition is commutative.

Reason : (A B) (B A).

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53

Multiplication of Vectors

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10

11

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59

Lami's Theorem

1

Relative Velocity

1

10

ac

11

12

13

14

Fundamentals of Vectors

10

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Vectors

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