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Circular Kinematics

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Question 1. A body moving in a circular path with a constant speed has a ___
  1.    constant velocity
  2.    constant momentum
  3.    constant kinetic energy
  4.    constant acceleration
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option C. -> constant kinetic energy
A Body Moving In A Circular Path With A Constant Speed Has A...
We can see that direction of velocity and acceleration changes continuously
Both are not constant.
Momentum is m.v which depends on velocity and changes with velocity.
The only quantity that is constant is speed and kinetic energy is 12m|v|2 where|v| is the speed.
Answer is kinetic energy.
Question 2.  
At t1 = 2.00 s, the acceleration of a particle in counter clockwise circular motion is  At T1 = 2.00 S, The Acceleration Of A Particle In Counter ... It moves at constant speed. At time t2 = 5.00 s, the particle's acceleration is  At T1 = 2.00 S, The Acceleration Of A Particle In Counter ... What is the radius of the path taken by the particle if t2 - t1 is less than one period?                                                     
  1.    40π2
  2.    360π2
  3.    30π2
  4.    60π2
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> 40π2
Given the body is moving in anti-clockwise direction
 At T1 = 2.00 S, The Acceleration Of A Particle In Counter ...
Since,the speed is constant, net acceleration will always be directed toward the centre and since it is
 At T1 = 2.00 S, The Acceleration Of A Particle In Counter ...
This will be the only path possible using this, we can calculate ω as we can find the change in angle
 At T1 = 2.00 S, The Acceleration Of A Particle In Counter ...
 At T1 = 2.00 S, The Acceleration Of A Particle In Counter ...
We can see that angle between the vectors is 90 which means particle would have covered an angle of 36090=270=3π/2radin3s
Question 3. Two cars having masses m1 and m2 move in circles of radii r1 and r2 respectively. If they complete the circle in equal time, the ratio of their angular speeds ω1ω2 is _______
  1.    m1m2
  2.    r1r2
  3.    m1r1m2r2
  4.    1
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option D. -> 1
If time taken to complete a revolution is t.
Then ω1=2πt,ω2=2πt
we get ω1=ω2orω1ω2=1
Question 4.  
A circular disc is rotating with constant angular velocity ω about an axis that passes through the centre. A particle 'P' is kept at a distance of 2m from the centre and another particle 'Q' at a distance of 3m from the centre.
Which of these will have higher centripetal acceleration?
  1.    P
  2.    Q
  3.    both have equal
  4.    can't say until value of ω is given
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option B. -> Q
If a particle goes in a circle with constant ω then it has a centripetal acceleration given by ω2R since ω is constant for both particles. So the acceleration depends on R
So particle q will have higher centripetal acceleration.
Question 5. A car is moving on a circular path and takes a turn. If R1 and R2  be the reactions on the inner and outer wheels respectively, then
  1.    R1 = R2
  2.    R1 
  3.    R1 > R2
  4.    R1 ≥ R2
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option B. -> R1 
Reaction on inner wheel R1=12M[gv2hra]
Reaction on outer wheel R2=12M[g+v2hra]
where, r = radius of circular path, 2a = distance between two wheels and h = height of centre of gravity of car.
Question 6. A stone of mass m is tied to a string of length l and rotated in a circle with a constant speed v. If the string is released, the stone flies
  1.    Radially outward
  2.    Radially inward
  3.    Tangentially outward
  4.    With an acceleration mv2l
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option C. -> Tangentially outward
Stone flies in the direction of instantaneous velocity due to inertia
Question 7.  
A purse at radius 2.00 m and a wallet at radius 3.00 m travel in uniform circular motion on the floor of a merry-go-round as the ride turns. They are on the same radial line. At one instant, the acceleration of the purse is (2.00 m/ s2)^i    + (4.00 m/ s2)^j    . At that instant and in unit-vector notation, what is the acceleration of the wallet?                                                                   IIT JEE- 2001
  1.    2 ^i  + 4 ^j   
  2.    4 ^i  + 2 ^j   
  3.    3 ^i  + 6 ^j   
  4.    3 √5 ^i  + 3 √5 ^j   
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option C. -> 3 ^i  + 6 ^j   
 A Purse At Radius 2.00 M And A Wallet At Radius 3.00 M Tra...
dθdt is constant.
In other words in uniform circular motion the angular velocity remains constant body doesn't have any tangential acceleration but normal acceleartion.
Hence ωis same
So the above answer matches with the magnitude of third option in the given answers.
Question 8. A car is travelling with speed v on a circular road of radius r. If it is increasing its speed at the rate of 'a' meter/sec2, then the resultant acceleration will be
  1.    √{v2r2−a2}
  2.    √{v4r2+a2}
  3.    √{v4r2−a2}
  4.    √{v2r2+a2}
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option B. -> √{v4r2+a2}
Question 9. A car moves on a circular path of radius 10 metre. It complete 5 revolution in 5 minute. What is its average speed?
  1.    10 π m / minute
  2.    20 π m / minute
  3.    30 π m / minute
  4.    5 π m / minute
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option B. -> 20 π m / minute
The linear speed is,
v = r ω ;ω = θt
Substituting, we get,
v=20 π m / minute
Question 10.  
A particle moves along a circular path over a horizontal xy coordinate system, at constant speed. At time t1 = 5.00 s, it is at point (5.00 m, 6.00 m) with velocity (3π m/s)^j  and acceleration in the positive x direction. At time t2 = 10.0 s, it has velocity (-3π m/s)^i and acceleration in the positive y direction. What are the (a) x and (b) y coordinates of the center of the circular path if t2 - t1 is less than one period?
  1.    (15 m, 6 m)
  2.    (-5 m, 6)
  3.    (15 m, 0)
  4.    (-5 m, 0)
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> (15 m, 6 m)
We know the body is undergoing uniform circular motion,
 A Particle Moves Along A Circular Path Over A Horizontal X...
only possible path is
 A Particle Moves Along A Circular Path Over A Horizontal X...
As acceleration should always be directed toward the centre
To calculate the position of the centre, we need the radius, to calculate radius,v=ωr we can use the relation,as we can calculate ω
ifr=10m, coordinates of the centre (15 m,6m)

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