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1. km km km r km r

2. (a) m&r& = 2

− 2

= (1 + ) − 2 − 2 (1 − ) − 2

2

T1 (r + a) (r − a) a a a a

α

T2 α α T2 km r km r r

l sin α ≈ [1 + (−2) ] − 2 [1 + (−2)(− )] (as | ± |<< 1 )

B a2 a a a a

D

α 4km

T2 mg = r

a3

mg

4k

i.e. &r& ≈ r , which is a S.H.M.

For D: Resolving forces along vertical direction: a3

2T2 cos α = mg --- <1>

2π a3

Therefore, period = =π

For B: Resolving forces along vertical direction: 4k k

T1 cos α = mg + T2 cos α --- <2> a3

Resolving forces along horizontal direction: (b) Suppose the converse that the student is correct.

(T1 + T2 ) sin α = m(l sin α)ω 2 --- <3> 4k

Now, solve &r& = r:

a3

mg 4k k

From <1>, T2 = λ2 − 3

= 0, λ = ±2

2 cos α a a3

3mg k k

Substitute into <2>: T1 = r = A cos(2 3

t ) + B sin( 2 t) ,

2 cos α a a3

3mg mg k k k

Substitute into <3>: ( + ) sin α = m(l sin α)ω 2 r& = 2 3

[− A sin( 2 3

t ) + B cos(2 t )]

2 cos α 2 cos α a a a3

2g k a

i.e. ω2 = As r (0) = 0 and r&(0) = , we have A = 0 and B =

l cos α a 2

a k

Thus, r = sin( 2 3 t )

2 a

r

which contradicts to the assumption that | ± |<< 1 .

a

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3. (a) Let v be the resultant speed r OA r

4. (a) F1 = 20 = 20i

after rebounded from P. P | OA |

u r r r

r AC − 2i − 4 j − 4 k r r r

θ F2 = 6λ = 6λ ⋅ = −2λi − 4λj − 4λk

π v

Resolving velocity along OP: −θ | AC | 22 + 42 + 42

2 r r

π r BD − 3 j + 4k r r

u sin θ = v sin( − θ) F3 = 15 = 15 ⋅ = −9 j + 12k

2 A O B | BD | 32 + 4 2

r r

Resolving velocity perpendicular to OP: r AB − 2i + 3 j r r

F4 = 13µ = 13µ ⋅ = −2µi + 3µj

π | AB | 2 2 + 32

eu cos θ = v cos( − θ)

2 r 4 r r r r

0 =resultant force = ∑ Fi = (20 − 2λ − 2µ)i + (3µ − 4λ − 9) j + (−4λ + 12)k

i =1

e 3µ − 4λ − 9 = 0 . On solving, λ = 3 and µ = 7

= tan θ , i.e. e = tan 2 θ − 4λ + 12 = 0

tan θ

r r r r r r r

(b) Let t1 and t 2 be the time taken from A to P and from P to B (b) F2 = −6i − 12 j − 12k , F4 = −14i + 21 j

respectively. Total moment about O

Consider the displacement along and perpendicular to AB: r r r r

= OA × F1 + OA × F2 + OB × F3 + OA × F3

(u cos θ)t1 + (v sin θ)t 2 = 2

(u sin θ)t1 = (v cos θ)t 2 r r r r

= 0 + OA × ( F2 + F4 ) + OB × F3

2 cos θ

Solving, we have t1 = = 4 cos θ , r r r r r r

u i j k i j k

r r r

2 sin θ cos θ = 2 0 0 +0 3 0 = 36i + 24 j + 18k

t2 = = 2 sin θ ⋅ = 4 cos θ (Q u = 2 )

v u sin θ − 20 9 − 12 0 − 9 12

r r r

3 7 36i + 24 j + 18k 6 r 4 r 3 r

Now 6 = t1 + t 2 = 8 cos θ , cos θ = , ∴ tan θ = (c) unit vector = = i+ j+ k

4 3 36 2 + 24 2 + 18 2 61 61 61

7 6 r 4 r 3 r

i.e. e = tan 2 θ = (or −( i+ j+ k) )

9 61 61 61

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r r

5. (a) Let i and j be the unit vectors pointing East and North respectively. (c) For Q to be closest to P, d should be minimum and hence β should be

r r r r r r maximized.

v P = −u sin 45 o i + u cos 45 0 j , v Q = v sin αi + v cos αj

u − 2v cos α 2 − 2 cos α

By (a), cot β = =

r r r u r u r u + 2v sin α 2 + 2 sin α

∴ P vQ = v P − v Q = −( + v sin α)i + ( − v cos α) j

2 2 d cot β 2[1 − 2 (cos α − sin α)]

=

u u dα (2 + 2 sin α) 2

(Note: − v cos α ≥ −v > 0 )

2 2 π

r 2[1 − 2 cos(α + )]

As P vQ is in the direction of N β W, 4

=

(2 + 2 sin α) 2

u

+ v sin α

2 u − 2v cos α π

tan β = , i.e. cot β = . = 0 gives 2 cos(α + ) = 1 ,

u u + 2v sin α 4

− v cos α

2

π

α= (or 15 o )

(b) 12

N

r

P rQ r

P vQ β

Y X

d

r r

relative velocity. (i.e. P rQ ⊥ P v Q )

Shortest distance = d cos β

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r r

6. (a) Resolving forces along e θ and e r : dr R 1

(b) By (a), r& = gR 2 ( 3 − 2 )

r dr r r

1 d (r 2 θ& ) er

m ⋅ =0 − −− <1>

r dt R 1

2 mgR 2 ∫ r&dr = gR 2 ∫ ( 3

−

r2

)dr

m(&r& − rθ& 2 ) = − mgR − −− < 2 > er

r

r2 θ r2

1 2 1 R

r& = gR 2 ( − 2 ) + C

2 r 2r

gR π r θ

with r (0) = 2 R , θ(0) = 0 , r&(0) = sin

2 4 gR

At t = 0 , r (0) = 2 R and r&(0) = ,

gR π 2

and r (0)θ& (0) = cos O

2 4 1 gR 2 1 R gR

∴ ( ) = gR 2 ( − )+C , C=−

2 2 2 R 2( 2 R ) 2 4

From <1>, r 2 (t )θ& (t ) = C , a constant. 1 2 1 R gR

∴ r& = gR 2 ( − 2 ) −

2 r 2r 4

gR

At t = 0 , C = r 2 (0)θ& (0) = r (0)[r (0)θ& (0)] = 2 R ⋅ = gR 3

2 − gR

r& 2 = (r 2 − 4rR + 2 R 2 ) --- <*>

gR 3 2r 2

∴ r 2 (t )θ& (t ) = gR 3 , i.e. θ& (t ) =

r 2 (t )

To find the greatest distance r, we need to find a value of r such that r& = 0

From <2>: &r& = − + rθ& 2 = − + r( )2

r2 r2 r2

gR 2 R From <*>, r& = 0 gives r 2 − 4rR + 2 R 2 = 0 ,

= ( − 1)

r2 r r = (2 ± 2 ) R

By (a), r&& r =( 2 + 2 )R

< 0 , but r&& r =( 2 − 2 )R

>0

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7. (a) (i) Let x and y be the direction along and perpendicular plane. The two components of velocity make an angle α with the plane,

eu sin α e tan α

1 2 ⇔ tan α = =

x = (u cos α)t − 2 ( g sin θ)t g sin α g cos α

u cos α (1 − 2 tan α tan θ) 1 − 2 tan α tan θ

α

y = (u sin α)t − 1 ( g cos θ)t 2 x ⇔ 1 − e = 2 tan α tan θ

2 y g

(iv) The speed just after impact at Y

Let T be the time of flight.

α = (eu sin α) 2 + [u cos α(1 − 2 tan α tan θ)] 2

Q y t =T = 0

2u sin α

∴ T= = (eu sin α) 2 + (u cos α ⋅ e) 2 = eu

g cos θ

OX = x t =T = T (u cos α − T)

2 make an angle α with the plane.

2u sin α g sin θ 2u sin α 2(eu ) 2 sin α

= (u cos α − ⋅ ) By (a), XY = cos(α + θ) = e 2 OX

g cos θ 2 g cos θ 2

g cos θ

2u 2 sin α XY

= 2

(cos α cos θ − sin α sin θ) i.e. = e2

g cos θ OX

2u 2 sin α 10 1 1

= 2

cos(α + θ) (b) (i) Put OX = 1 , XY = −1 = , by (iv), e= (e > 0)

g cos θ 9 9 3

2u sin α 1 1

(ii) y& t =T = u sin α − g cos θ ⋅ T = u sin α − g cos θ ⋅ = −u sin α Substitute into (iii), 1− = 2 tan α tan 30 o , tan α =

g cos θ 3 3

i.e. component of velocity = u sin α i.e. α = 30 o

2u sin α (ii) Put OX = 1 , α = 30 o , θ = 30 o into (a)(i),

(iii) x& t =T = u cos α − g sin θ ⋅ T = u cos α − g sin θ ⋅

g cos θ g cos 2 30 o = 2u 2 sin 30 o cos 60 o

= u cos α (1 − 2 tan α tan θ) 3

u=g

Just after rebound at X, the components of velocity along x- and y- 2

axes are u cos α(1 − 2 tan α tan θ) and eu sin α .

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8. (a) Define x-y-axes as shown in the figure: x O Let ( x , y ) be the coordinates of the centre of mass of the whole solid.

The coordinates of centre of mass of the kth block n

First block

∑ x k mk ρπR 3 l(n + 1) 2 6n 3R(n + 1)

R l x= k =1

= ⋅ =

= ( xk , yk ) = ( ⋅ k , kl − ) 2

n 2 M 4n ρπR l(n + 1)(2n + 1) 2(2n + 1)

y

kR 2 n

m k =mass of the kth block = ρ ⋅ π( ρπR 2 l 2 (n + 1) 2 Ml

n

) l , where ρ =density of the solid. ∑ y k mk −

y= k =1

= 4 2

n n

kR 2 ρπR l 2 n M M

* M = ∑ m k = ∑ ρ ⋅ π( ) l= ∑k2

k =1 k =1 n n 2 k =1 ρπR 2 l 2 (n + 1) 2 6n l

= ⋅ 2

−

ρπR 2 l n(n + 1)(2n + 1) ρπR 2 l(n + 1)(2n + 1) 4 ρπR l(n + 1)(2n + 1) 2

= ⋅ =

n2 6 6n 3ln(n + 1) l (3n 2 + n − 1)l

= − =

n n

Rk kR ρπR 3 l n 3 2(2n + 1) 2 2(2n + 1)

* ∑ xk mk = ∑ ⋅ ρπ ( ) 2 l = ∑k

k =1 k =1 n n n 3 k =1 Therefore,

= ⋅ =

n3 4 4n 3R (n + 1)

=x =

n n

l n

l n 2(2n + 1)

* ∑ y k m k = ∑ (kl − 2 ) ⋅ m k = ∑ klm k − 2 ∑ m k

k =1 k =1 k =1 k =1 distance of centre of mass of the solid above the table

n

kR 2 Ml (3n 2 + n − 1)l (n 2 + n + 1)l

= ∑ kl ⋅ ρπ( ) l− = nl − y = nl − =

k =1 n 2 2(2n + 1) 2(2n + 1)

ρπR 2 l 2 n

Ml

= 2 ∑k3 − 2

n k =1

ρπR 2 l 2 n 2 (n + 1) 2 Ml

= ⋅ −

n2 4 2

ρπR 2 l 2 (n + 1) 2 Ml

= −

4 2

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(b) Distance of centre of mass of C from VA

3R(n + 1) 3R (ii) Resolving forces along horizontal and vertical directions:

= lim =

n →∞ 2( 2n + 1) 4

3W cos α

F = N 1 cos α = N 1 sin α = (sin α − cos α )

Distance of centre of mass of C from the base 2

h 3W sin α

(n 2 + n + 1)( ) N = W − N 1 sin α = W − (sin α − cos α)

= lim n =h (put l =

h

)

2

n →∞ 2(2n + 1) 4 n

Under equilibrium,

(c) V 3

F ≤ µN , where µ =

4

N

N1 4 F ≤ 3N

h

G CG = 9W sin α

α 4 6W cos α(sin α − cos α ) ≤ 3W − (sin α − cos α )

2

C 3R 3(h / 3) h

BG = = = 4 cos α (sin α − cos α) ≤ 2 − 3 sin α (sin α − cos α )

B 4 4 4

P h

F AP = 4 sc − 4c 2 ≤ 2 − 3(1 − c 2 ) + 3sc ,where s = sin α , c = cos α

A 6

α

W sc ≤ 7c 2 − 1

tan α ≤ 7 − sec 2 α = 7 − (1 + tan 2 α )

(i) Take moment about A: tan 2 α + tan α − 6 ≤ 0

AC (W cos α ) + AP ( N 1 ) = AB(W sin α) (tan α − 2)(tan α + 3) ≤ 0

h h h tan α ≤ 2

(W cos α) + ( N 1 ) = (W sin α )

4 6 4 Furthermore, N1 ≥ 0 , sin α − cos α ≥ 0 , tan α ≥ 1

3W

N1 = (sin α − cos α)

2 Combining the two results, we have 1 ≤ tan α ≤ 2 .

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9. (a) As the string is inextensible, (ii) (1) Let a be the downward acceleration of P relative to the movable

T T

the accelerations of the two particles pulley B.

are the same, say a1 . a1 a1 Let y be the displacement of C towards left.

Resolving forces vertically:

(1 + k )mg − T = (1 + k )m ⋅ a1 --- <1> (1 + k )mg (1 − k )mg N B T

T2 C

T − (1 − k )mg = (1 − k )m ⋅ a1 --- <2>

T2 T &y&

Consider (1 + k )× < 2 > −(1 − k )× < 1 > : A &y&

F

2T = 2(1 − k 2 )mg Mg T1 T1

i.e. 2

T = (1 − k )mg 2mg

T2 N B T

C T

Q P T

A T2 T

&y& + a &y& − a

F

Mg T1 T1

2mg mg 3mg

2 2

1

Using the result in (a) by putting k = , we have

2

1 3mg

T1 = [1 − ( ) 2 ]mg =

2 4

3mg

B: T = 2T1 =

2

A: T2 = 2mg

3mg mg

C: F + T = T2 , ∴ F = T2 − T = 2mg − =

2 2

mg

i.e. magnitude of frictional force = , pointing towards right.

2

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10. (a) * Let v p be the velocity of P just before impact with Q.

A: 2mg − T2 = 2m&y& --- <1>

By “ v 2 − u 2 = 2as ”, v p 2 − 0 2 = 2( g sin 30 o )l

C: N = Mg ,

T2 = T + F = T + µN = T + µMg --- <2>

v p = gl

B: T = 2T1 --- <3>

Q: T− = ( &y& + a) --- <4>

2 2 By conservation of linear momentum along plane:

3mg 3m gl

P: T− = ( &y& − a) --- <5> mv p + m(0) = (m + m) w , w=

2 2 2

1 3m * By conservation of energy (from M to B):

* ×<5>+<4>: T1 = ( &y& + g )

3 4 KEi + PEi + EEi = KEf + PEf + EEf (set PE=0 at level M)

3m 1 1 λ

Substitute into <3>: T= ( &y& + g ) --- <A> 0+0+0 = (2m) w 2 + (−2m ⋅ g ⋅ l sin 30 o ) + ( )l 2

2 2 2 l

From <1>: T2 = 2mg − 2m&y& --- <B> 5mg

∴ λ=

Substitute <A> and <B> into <2>: 2

T2 = T + µMg

3m

2mg − 2m&y& = ( &y& + g ) + µMg

2

m − 2µM

&y& = g

7m + 2M

m

(2) &y& > 0 , µ<

2M

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(b) Let x be the displacement of P measure from M. x

11. (a) * y = tan 30 o x =

o 3 IO

m&x& = −T + mg sin 30

N T

λ mg x 2a

= − x++ * I O = ∫ dI O

l 2

M y

30o x

5mg mg 1 O

=− x+ =∫ ( y 2 dm + x 2 dm) y

2l 2 mg 3

5g l 10

9 ∫

&x& = − (x − ) = x 2 dm dx

2l 5

5g 10

9 ∫

--- S.H.M. with (1) ω2 = = x 2 (ρ ⋅ 2 ydx)

2l

l 20ρ 2 a cos 30 o

(2) centre of oscillation at E, where ME =

5

, =

9

∫

3 0

x 3 dx

l 4l 5ρa 4 m m

(3) Amplitude = EB = MB − ME = l − = . = , where ρ = =

5 5 1

3 (2a) 2 sin 60 o 3a 2

The motion from B to M corresponds to an angular displacement 2

θ = ωt in an auxiliary circle. 5

= ma 2

ωt = θ = π − φ 3

M’

−1 ME

= π − cos

M'E

l/5 M

= π − cos −1 E

4l / 5

B φ

−1 1 θ = ωt

= π − cos

4

1 1 2l 1

t= (π − cos −1 ) = (π − cos −1 )

ω 4 5g 4

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(b) (i) * Find the centre of mass of the composite body

* It is given that the velocity of centre of mass ( VG ) is 5 ga

Define the x-y-axes as follow: y

The coordinates of centre of mass of before impact with the ground.

(1) Y are ( ,a) X Y

3

x ω

3a A

i.e. ( xY , y Y ) = ( , a)

3 x

C.G. C.G.

o

2a cos 30 VG

(2) X are ( − ,a )

3

A A

3a

i.e. ( x X , y X ) = (− , a) Before impact After impact

3

Therefore, By conservation of angular momentum about A:

( x, y ) = coordinates of centre of mass of composite body ( m + 2 m) x ⋅ V G = I A ω

x X M X + xY M Y y X M X + y Y M Y 3a

=( , ) 3m ⋅ ⋅ 5 ga = 5ma 2 ⋅ ω

M X + MY M X + MY 9

− 3a 3a g

( )(m) + ( )(2m) ω=

3 3 (a)(m) + (a)(2m) 15a

=( , )

m + 2m m + 2m

3a

=( ,a)

9

* I A = moment of inertia of the composite body about A

5ma 2 5(2m)a 2

= + = 5ma 2

3 3

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(ii) Let d be the distance between A and the centre of mass of the Let ω f be the angular speed just before the lower side of Y hits the

composite body. floor.

x C.G. By conservation of energy:

1 1

I A ω 2 + 3m ⋅ g ⋅ y = I A ω f 2 + 3m ⋅ g ⋅ d cos(φ + 30 o )

y d C.G. 2 2

φ

φ + 30 o d 1 g 1 4 3a

⋅ 5ma 2 ⋅ + 3mga = ⋅ 5ma 2 ⋅ ω f 2 + 3mg ⋅

2 15a 2 9

A A mga 8 3mga

+ 6mga = 5ma 2 ω f 2 +

Just start to rotate Just before impact 3 3

about A on the floor

19 − 8 3

5ma 2 ω f 2 = ( )mga

3

Before hitting the floor, the vertical distance of C.G. from the floor 19 − 8 3 g (4 − 3 ) 2 g

ωf 2 = ⋅ = ⋅

= d cos(φ + 30 o ) 15 a 15 a

= (d cos φ) cos 30 o − (d sin φ) sin 30 o g

o o

i.e. ωf = (4 − 3 )

= y cos 30 − x sin 30 15a

3 3a 1 4 3 a

= a⋅ − ⋅ =

2 9 2 9 --- End of Solutions ---

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