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Comprehensive 2017 B- Test 7

Solution Physics
SET-A

1. Answer is C
As there no force on the rod in the horizontal therefore x coordinate of center of mass will not change. It is zero
initially so it will remain zero. It is possible only with option C.
2. Answer is A
As all the particles of wire are at a perpendicular distance r from the axis therefore Moment of Inertia is miri2
which is equal to Mr2.
3. Answer is B
As perpendicular distance from origin is constant since line is parallel to x axis also momentum is constant as
velocity is constant.
4. Answer is D
To be in equilibrium following condition should be followed
Torques of weight of both the rods should be balanced about the pivot
Mglsin30o/2 = mglsin60o/2 solving it we get D
5. Answer is D
Vqsin30o Vpsin30o (Velocities perpendicular to the line joining both the particles)
10
=
0.5[8-(-6)]
10
=
7
= 0.7 rad/s
10
6. Answer is A
As for a square, Moment of Inertia is same for all the axes in the plane of square and passing through center of
mass of square.
7. Answer is B
Linear momentum of particle = mVo
Perpendicular distance of ax+by+c = 0 from origin is
Therefore, mvr = mVo C
a2+b2

C
a2+b2

8. Answer is D
Here r is -i + j and F is F k
Therefore, rXF = (-i+j) X F k
= -F(i+j)
9. Answer B,C,D
Radius of gyration = I/m for Disc I = MR2/2 Therefore, radius of gyration = R/2
p,r,t axes are in the plane of the disc where as s is perpendicular to the plane of the disc.
t
p
r

10. Answer is A,B,D


T = R X F = R F sin
For 8 N R = 0.2m , @ = 120o
For 4 N R = 0.2 m , @ = 30o
For 9 N R = 0.2 m , @ = 270o
Therefore net torque will be 1.8Nm clockwise.
11. Answer is A,B,C,D
Refer solution for question 9 and put Mr2/4 = I
12. Answer is A,C
M = 2R = L
R = L/2
Now,
Moment of Inertia = MR2/2
Put R = R = L/2
This gives
Moment of Inertia = ML2/8 2
13. Answer is A,B,C,D
Theoretical
14. Answer is B
Theoretical
15. Answer is A,B,C
Refer solution of question 6

Moment of Inertia about s = Mr2/2


Moment of Inertia about p and r = Mr2/4
(Due to symmetry Ip = Ir and using perpendicular axis theorem
Is = Ip+ Ir)
Moment of Inertia about t = Mr2/4 + Mr2 = 5Mr2/4
(Using parallel axis theorem)

16. Answer is B,D


Theoretical
17. Answer is 5 rad/sec2
Y axis
X axis
5N
Z axis

Mass = 20kg Radius = 0.1m


Therefore I = Mr2/2 = 20 X 0.1X0.1 /2 = 0.1
T = 5 X 0.1 = 0.5 N-m
T = I@ => @ = 5 rad/sec2

18. Answer is 2
Area of circle =
Area of square = (R/2)2 as length of diagonal of square = R
Therefore, ratio of mass of Circle and Square = 2:1
Mass of remaining portion = 2 1
Now Center of Mass (COM) of Circle = (0, 0)
Center of Mass of square = (0,R/2)
Using Y COM of Circle = (Y COM of remaining Portion X (2 1) + Y COM of Square X 1)/2
0 = [Y COM of remaining Portion X (2 1) + (R/2)X 1]/2
0 = Y COM of remaining Portion X (2 1) + (R/2)
-R/2 = Y COM of remaining Portion X (2 1)
-R/2 (2 1) = Y COM of remaining Portion
19. Answer is 8
Let the density of material be
Mass of loop of radius R Ma = 2R
Mass of loop of radius Mb 2R = 2(2R) = 4 R
Ia = Ma(R)2 , Ib = Mb(2R)2 which gives Ib/Ia = 8
20. Answer is 4
Li = M(R)2 Lf = M(R/2)2
Therefore, Lf /Li = 1/4