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Time: 3 Hours

Date: 05-09-2015
Max. Marks: 360

JEE-MAINS MODEL-10
PART-B PHYSICS

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32.

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34.

An object is acted on by a retarding force of 10N and at a particular instant its kinetic
energy is 6J. The object will come to rest after it has travelled a distance of
1) 3 / 5m
2) 5 / 3m
3) 4m
4) 16m

W KE FS
Sol: According to work energy theorem
By applying the brakes without causing a skid, the driver of a car is able to stop his car
with in a distance of 5 m, if it is going at 36 kmph. If the car were going at
72 kmph, using the same brakes, he can stop the car over a distance of
1) 10 m
2) 2.5 m
3) 2 m
4) 40 m
KE1 W1 FS1
W KE ;

KE
W
FS 2
2
2
Sol:
A bullet fired into a trunk of a tree loses of its kinetic energy in travelling a distance
of 5 cm. Before stopping it travels a further distance of
1) 150 cm
2) 1.5 cm
3) 1.25 cm
4) 15 cm
S
KE1
W F .S KE ; 1
S2 KE2
Sol:
1
kg
A bead of mass 2
starts from rest from A" to move in a vertical plane along a
smooth fixed quarter ring of radius 5m, under the action of a constant horizontal force
F=5N as shown. The speed of bead as it reaches point B is
1) 14.14 m / s

2) 7.07 m / s
3) 5 m / s
4) 25 m / s

35.

1
mv 2 0 W1 W2
Sol: Applying the work energy theorem, we get 2
Horizontal force displacement + Vertical force displacement F R mg R
ur
V 4$
i 2 $j k$ ms 1
A motor boat is going in a river with a velocity
. If the resisting
ur
F 5$
i 10 $j 6k$ N ,
force due to stream is
then the power of the motor boat is
1) 100 W
2) 50 W
3) 46 W
4) 23 W

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36.

A man carries a load of 50 kg through a height of 40 m in 25 seconds. If the power of


the man is 1568 W, his mass is
1) 5 kg
2) 1000 kg
3) 200 kg
4) 50 kg
W m M gh
P

33.Pinst F .V FV cos
t
t
Sol:

37.

An electric motor creates a tension of 4500 newton in a hoisting cable and reels it at
the rate of 2 m/s. What is the power of the motor?
1) 15 KW
2) 9 KW
3) 225 W
4) 9000 KW
Sol:
A juggler throws continuously balls at the rate of three in each second, each with a
velocity of 10 ms-1. If the mass of each ball is 0.05 kg his power is
1) 2 W
2) 50 W
3) 0.5 W
4) 7.5 W
1

m mv 2
2
W
2
35.T m v g
P

max
t
t
r

Sol:
The work done to accelerate a body from 30 ms-1 to 60 ms-1 is three times the work
done to accelerate it from 10 ms-1 to v. The value of v in ms-1 is
1) 30
2) 20 2
3) 30 3
4) 10 10
x2
ur uur
1
1
W mv 2 mu 2 26. KE W F .dx
2
2
x1
Sol:
A block of mass 4kg is initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. A
ur
F 3 x $
i
horizontal force
newtons acts on it, when the block is at x=0. The
maximum kinetic energy of the block between x=0 and x=2m is
1) 6 J
2) 8 J
3) 9 J
4) 10 J
Sol:
A block of mass 4 kg slides on a horizontal frictionless surface with a speed of 2 m/s.
It is brought to rest in compressing a spring in its path. If the force constant of the
spring is 400 N/m, by how much the spring will be compressed
2
1) 2 10 m
2) 0.2m
2) 20m
4) 200m
1
1
i.e mv 2 kx 2
2
2
Sol: K.E of block is converted into elastic P.E in spring
A body slides down a fixed curved track that is one quadrant of a circle of radius, R,
as in the figure. If there is no friction and the body starts from rest, its speed at the
bottom of the track is
1) 5gR
5gR
2)
2gR
3)
gR
4)
1
mgh mv 2
2
Sol: Loss of P.E=gain in K.E;

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43.

2
A 1kg mass at rest is subjected to an acceleration of 5 5 m / s and travels 40m. The
average power during the motion is
1) 40 W
2) 8 W
3) 50 W
4) 200 W

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W FS maS
v

; v 2as , t
t
t
t
a
Sol:
If the power of the motor of a water pump is 3kW, then the volume of water in litres
g ms 2

that can be lifted to a height of 10m in one minute by the pump is


1) 1800
2) 180
3) 1800
4) 18
u
r
u
r
W mgh
P

and m V 35.P F .V
t
t
Sol:
5$
i 3 $j 6k
A particle moves with a velocity
m/s under the influence of a constant
$
$
$
5i 5 j 10k
force
N. The instantaneous power applied to the particle is
1) 100 W
2) 40 W
3) 140 W
4) 170 W
Sol:
A man has twice the mass of a boy and has half the kinetic energy of the boy. The
ratio of the speeds of the man and the boy must be
1) 2:1
2) 4:1
3) 1:4
4) 4:2
1
K .Eman K .Eboy
2
Sol:
A rubber ball falling from a height of 5m rebounds from a hard floor from a hard
floor to a height of 3.5m The % loss of energy during the impact is
1) 20%
2) 30%
3) 43%
4) 50%
h1 h2

100%
h
1
Sol: percentage loss of energy
Pavg

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50.

When a long spring is stretched by x c, its P.E is U. If the spring is stretched by Nx


cm, the P.E stored in it will be
U
U
2
3
1) N
2) NU
3) N U
4) N
1
1
2
U kx 2 & U 1 K Nx
2
2
Sol:
An elastic spring is compressed between two blocks of masses 1 kg and 2kg resting on
a smooth horizontal table as shown. If the spring has 12J of energy and suddenly
released, the velocity with which the larger block of 2 kg moves will be
1) 2 m/s
2) 4 m/s
3) 1 m/s
4) 8 m/s
1 2
kx KE1 KE2 and m1v1 m2 v2
Sol: 2
A block of mass 2kg
at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface A
ur is initially
2
F 9 x i
horizontal force
newton acts on it, when the block is at x=0. The
maximum kinetic energy of the block between x=0 m and x=3m in joule is
1) 24
2) 20
3) 18
4) 15
3

Sol:

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A freely falling body takes 4s to reach the ground. One second after release, the
percentage of its potential energy, that is still retained is
1) 6.25 %
2) 25%
3) 37.5%
4) 93.75%

Sol:
Two identical blocks A and B, each of mass m resting on smooth floor are connected
by a light spring of natural length L and the spring constant I, with the spring at its
natural length. A third identical block C (mass m) moving with a speed v along the
line joining A and B collides with A. The maximum compression in the spring is:
m
v
mv
mv
v
m
2k
2k
1)
2)
3) 2k
4) 2k
Sol:

53.

r
1
A bock of mass m 25kg on a smooth horizontal surface with a velocity v 3ms
meets the spring of spring constant k=100 N/m fixed at one end as shown in figure.
The maximum compression of the spring and velocity of block as it returns the
original position respectively are
1
1) 1.5m, 3ms
1

2) 1.5m, 0ms
1
3) 1.0m, 3ms

1
4) 0.5m, 2ms

54.

1 2 1 2
mv kx
2
Sol: K.E of block is converted into elastic P.E in spring i.e 2
A chain AB of length L is lying in a smooth horizontal tube so that a fraction h of its
length L, hangs freely and touches the surface of the table with its end B. At a certain
moment, the end A of the chain is set free. The velocity of end A of the chain, when it
slips out of tube, is
2g
h
Lh
1)

2)

L
2 gh log e
h

3)

L
2 gl log e
h

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Sol:

55.

System shown in fig is released from rest with mass 2kg in contact with the ground.
Pulley and spring are massless and the friction is absent everywhere. The speed of
5kg block when 2kg block leaves the contact with the ground is (force constant of the
spring k=40 N/m and g=10 m/s2)
1) 2m / s
2) 2 2m / s
3) 2m / s
4) 2m / s
Sol:

56.

K=100 N/m

37

A 1kg block situated on a rough inclined plane is connected to spring of a spring


constant 100 Nm-1 as shown in fig. The block is released from rest with the spring in
the upstretched position. The block moves 10cm down the incline before coming to
rest. Find the coefficient of friction between the block and the incline. Assume that
g 10m / s 2
the spring has a negligible mass and the pulley is frictionless.
1) 0.125
2) 1.25
3) 5.2
4) 4.5

1k
g

57.

1 2
kx
2
The potential energy of a particle of mass m is given by
for x<0 and U 0
E
x
2m
for x 0 . If total mechanical energy of the particle is E. Then its speed at
is
2E
E
E
1) zero
2) m
3) m
4) 2m
Sol:
U

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Sol:
A light spring o force constant K is held between two blocks of masses m and 2m.
The two blocks and the spring system rests on a smooth horizontal floor. Now the
blocks are moved towards each other compressing the spring by x and suddenly
released. The relative velocity between the blocks when the spring attains its natural
length will be
2k
2k
k
k
x
x
x

3m
3m
x
2
m
2
m

1)
2)
3)
4)

Sol:
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2
Power supplied to a particle of mass 2kg varies with time as P 3t / 2 W. Here t is ion
second. If velocity of particle at t=0 is v=0, the velocity of particle at time t=2s will be
1) 1 m/s
2) 4 m/s
3) 2 m/s
4) 2 2 m/s

Sol:
A car of mass M accelerated starting from rest. Velocity of the car is given by
1

2Pt 2
v

M
where P is the constant power supplied by the engine. The position of car
as a function of time is given as
1

3
8 P 2 2

t
1) 9 P
Sol:

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3
9 P 2 2

t
2) 8 P

2
8P 2 3

t
3) 9M

9 P 2 3

t
4) 8M