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Target IIT-JEE 2017

DPP#22/15/07/2015/Sol.

Physics For IITJEE by Shiv R. Goel (B.Tech., IITDelhi)


DPP#22: 15/07/2015
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CLASS XI

SOLUTIONS

We can write following equations for A and B


For A : v

Since maximum height for target 1 is less, so its


time of flight should also be less than 2.

v0
t
4

6.

AB Let second article was projected t second after first,

For B : v = v0t 3v0

then

y
A

A2

v0
O

N
3

t M
5
6

t2
t(min)

AB = (u cos ) t

1
t (t 3)(v 0 t 3v 0 )
2

1 = 0.5 t t = 2s
Total time of flight : T = t2 + t1 = 2 + 2 + t = 6s

Solve to get t = 6 min.


D

Range : R = (u cos ) T = 0.5 6 = 3m

It is clear from graph that acceleration is decreasing

Maxm height : H

with time. But velocity increases with time because


acceleration is positive (though it decreasing) all the

time.
3.

1 + 2 = 90o

8.

Sum of maximum heights

H
4.

5.

C-S : Magnitude of slope of v-t graph is increasing with


v vf vi (u cos i) (u cos i u sin j)

u sin j

| v | u sin
2

u sin
2g

u sin 2gH
2u sin 2
8H
T

2gH
g
g
g

A-R : In this option, velocity is decreasing so there is

B-PQ : In both options, velocity is increasing with time.

u sin 1 u cos 1 u

2g
2g
2g

gT 2 10 (6) 2

45 m
8
8

in magnitude so deceleration is decreasing.

But sin 2 = sin (90 - 1) = cos 1


2

u 2 sin 2 (gT / 2) 2

2g
2g

deceleration and as slope of v t graph is decreasing

u 2 sin 2 1 u 2 sin 2 2
H H1 H 2

2g
2g

Time taken to go from A to B is t1 t2 = t

Area OMP = Area NMQ

2.

t1

t1 = 2 + t

should be same upto t.

1 v0
(t)
2 4

1m

t2 = 2s,

Let they meet at any time t, then area of v-t graph

1B

time.
D-PQRS : In all cases velocity is +ve, so particle is

12.

moving in one direction continuously.

dr

r xi yj, v
v x i v y j
dt
For object to be definitely moving towards O,

r and v should be in opposite directions.



r .v0

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DPP#22/15/07/2015/Sol.

(xi yj).(v
x i v y j) 0

xvx + yvy < 0

1
For first case : Sy u y t a y t 2
2

For horizontal direction : D = (u cos 45o)t

13.

15

u 10 2

(1.5)

16.

(b)

Apply y x tan

15 tan 45o

(a)

gx 2
2u 2 cos 2
10(15) 2

2(10 2) 2 cos 2 45o

(c)
(d)

1
h 10 4 (10)(4) 2
2

r1 va ti

1
r2 v b tj at 2 k
2

v 2 v b j atk

r3 v 3 t

3.75 m

y
vb

Total height = h + y = 1 + 3.75 = 4.75 m

1
a
z

500
1
sin 37 o t 10t 2
3
2

1500

t2 + 20t 300 = 0

(t + 30) (t 10) = 0

t = 10s


At t = tf, r2 r3

Apply Sx = uxt

va

dir.

15.

v3

1
Apply Sy u y t a y t 2 , taking y +ve in downward
2

14.

h = 40 m

500
4000
(cos 37 o )(10)
1333.33m
3
3

As initial velocity is same in both cases, it means


magnitude of velocity and direction of projection
both are same. Since range is double in first case so
time of flight should also be double i.e. 4 s.
For second case :

T2

2u sin
u sin = 10
g

17.

1
v b tj at 2 k v3 t
2

1
v3 v b j atk
2

(a)

u sin 60o
g

(b)

R u 2 sin 2 (40 / 3) 2 sin120o 40

m
2
2g
2 10
3

(c)

h (u sin 60o )t

40
3

m/s

40

3
2 40m
3 2

(Relative disp = relative vel time)

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