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# Bakliwal Tutorials IIT

## Comprehensive 2017 B- Test 7

Solution Physics
SET-A

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.
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.
As perpendicular distance from origin is constant since line is parallel to x axis also momentum is constant as
velocity is constant.
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
Vqsin30o Vpsin30o (Velocities perpendicular to the line joining both the particles)
10
=
0.5[8-(-6)]
10
=
7
10
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.
Linear momentum of particle = mVo
Perpendicular distance of ax+by+c = 0 from origin is
Therefore, mvr = mVo C
a2+b2

C
a2+b2

Here r is -i + j and F is F k
Therefore, rXF = (-i+j) X F k
= -F(i+j)
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

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.
Refer solution for question 9 and put Mr2/4 = I
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
Theoretical
Theoretical
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)

Theoretical
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

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