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VECTORS

1.

(a)

29

(b) 5 m

13

(c)

(d)

20

2.

The minimum number of vectors in different planes which can be added to give a zero

resultant is

A) 5

B) 4

C) 3

D) 2

3.

A) 2P sin /2

4.

5.

B) 2P cos /2

C) 2P cos

A) 2N

B) 8 N

C) 18 N

D) P

D) 20 N

Four concurrent coplanar forces in Newton are acting at a point and keep it in

equilibrium. Then values of P and are

A) 1N, 90

B) 2N, 60

2N

C)

, 90

D) 2N, 90

P Q P Q

6.

If

and , then

A) = 0

B)

=0

C)

=0

D) = 60

2 i 3 j 4 k

7.

Length of

in the X Y plane is

20

B)

A) 5

The resultant

C)

D) Zero

AC

C of A and B

8.

13

is perpendicular to . Also

and

A)

is

radian

B)

3

4

radian

C)

5

4

radian

D)

7

4

radian

OA, OB and OC

9.

A) r

shown in figure is

B) 2r

C) r (1 +

D) r (

-A)

10.

rectangular component is

3

2

A) 30 km h-1

B) 30

km h-1

C) 30

km h-1

D) zero

11.

Figure shows three vectors a , b and c . If RQ = 2PR, which of the following relations is

correct?

A) 2a c 3b

B) a 3c 2b

2

C) 3a c 2b

D) a 2c 3b

12.

If

r

a1

and

r

a2

the value of (

(a) 2

13.

r

a1

r

a2

).(2

(b)

r

a1

3

2

r

a2

r

a1

r

a2

|=

, then

) is :

(c)

1

2

(d) 1

Two billiard balls are moving on a table and the component velocities along the edges

3

-1

ball. The angle between the direction of motion of the balls is

A) 15o

B) 30o

C) 45o

D) 75o

14.

The maximum and minimum resultants of two forces are 170 N and 70 N respectively.

The resultant of the forces when the angle between them is 90o is

A) 130 N

B) 104 N

C) 142 N

D) 96 N

15.

cross product is

3

A) 120

B) 60

C) 40

D) 5

2( x 2 y 2 )

16.

The angle between the forces (x+ y) and (x- y) if their resultant is

A) 0

B) 30

C) 60

3

D) 90

17.

A) 30 N, 50 N

3

5

B) 60 N, 80 N

C) 90 N, 120 N

D) 120 N, 160 N

18.

If

r r r r

AB C D

(a)

(b)

r

B

r

A

is parallel to

is perpendicular to

(c) Component of

(d) Component

19.

If

A)

20.

r r

C D

r

C

ur ur

ur ur

AX B 3 A.B

B AB

2

r

C

r

C

along

along

r

A

r

A

= component of

1

2

2

2

A B

B)

r

D

= - component of

ur ur

A B

AB

along

along

r

A

r

A

is:

1

2

C)

ur ur

r

D

ur ur

B 3 AB

2

ur

1

2

A B

D)

Three

relation A.B 0 and A.C ur 0ur, then A is parallelurto:

ur vectors satisfy the u

ur

r

A) C

B) B

C) BxC

D) B.C

21.

r

A

and

r

B

are

mutually perpendicular if :

(a)

(b)

(c)

r

A

r

A

r

A

and

and

and

r

A

r

B

r

A

r

B

r

B

r

B

are perpendicular but their magnitudes are arbitrary

r

B

22.

The resultant of two vectors P and Q is R . If q is doubled and the new resultant is

perpendicular to P , then R equals

A) P

B) Q

C) P-Q

D) P+Q

23.

A force of - Fk acts on O, the origin of the coordinate system. The torque about the point

(1, -A) is: where force is in Newton and co-ordinates are in meters.

(A) F (i j ) N-m

(B) F (i j ) N-m

(C) F (i j ) N-m

(D) F (i j ) N-m

24.

The magnitude and direction of i j is

A) 2 , 45 with i

B) 2 , 45 with i

C) 2 , 45 with j

D) None

25.

r r

r

r

a

b

If two non parallel vectors a and b are equal in magnitude then the vectors

and

r r

ab

are

A) Parallel to each other

C) And parallel to each other

26.

D) Inclined at an acute angle

If the sum of two unit vectors is a unit vector, then magnitude of their difference is :

1

C) 2

B) 3

A) 2

27.

D) 5

r r r

r r

r

a

a

b

c

Three vectors , and

are given as i j, b j k, c 2i 5j 3k . Choose the

correct statement

r

r

A) vectors

r

r

r

r

a b .c 0

C)

28.

29.

A) 10 N and 3 N

B) 6.5 N and 6.5 N

C) 6 N and 19 N

D) 12 N and 5 N

r

r

r

r r r

r

r

A

B

C

Given that A B C . If

=4,

= 5 and

= 61 . The angle between A and C is:

A) 30

30.

B) 60

C) 90

D) 120

The sum of magnitudes of two forces acting at a point is 18 units and the magnitude of

their resultant is 12 units. The resultant is at 90 with the smaller magnitude. The

magnitude of the individual forces (in units) are

A) 6 and 12

B) 9 and 9

C) 4 and 14

D) 5 and 13

6

KEY

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

30.

B

B

B

B

D

B

C

B

C

B

D

C

A

A

C

D

B

d

A

C

d

B

D

B

B

B

C

D

B

D

SOLUTIONS

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

OA and OC

9.

10.

11.

The resultant

is r

and is along

RQ 2 PR

RQ 2 PR

a c 2 b c

12.

40

30

20

Sin = 4/5

x 20

13.

4

16km

5

v1 5i 5 j

1 45

v2 2 3i 2 j 1 30

OB

15

14.

F1 F2 170, F1 F2 170

F1 120 F2 50

F 1202 50 2 130 N

15.

10 8 Cos 40 3

Cos 3 / 2

x 10 8

16.

17.

18.

1

40

2

Length of the given vector does not changed by the rotation of the co-ordinate axis.

12 (n 1) 2 n 2 32

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

r r r

Torque r F

i j

r r

r F 1 1

0 0

24.

25.

26.

r

F Fk and r i j

k

0

F i( F ) j ( F ) F (i j )

2

$

i $

j 12 1 2

Magnitude of

0

Direction is 45 with x axis.

r r

r r

r r

a

a

b

If a b have same magnitude then

120

27.

28.

29.

30.

r r r

a b .c 0

122 52 13

60

42 52 2 4 5 cos 61

F1 F2 18

9

= 3

12 F22 F12

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