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FRICTION

Question 1 A block of Mass M is moving with a velocity v on straight surface.What is the shortest
distance and shortest time in which the block can be stopped if is coefficent of friction
a.v2/2g,v/g b. v2/g,v/g c.v2/2Mg,v/g d none of the above
Question 2 A horizontal force of F N is necessary to just hold a block stationary against a wall. The
coefficient of friction between the block and the wall is . The weight of the block is
a.F b. F(1+) c. F/ d none of these
Question 3.A body is sliding down a rough inclined plane of angle of inclination for which coefficent
of friction varies with distance y as (y)=Ky where K is constant.Here y is the distance moved by the
body down the plane.The net force on the body is zero at A.Find the value of constant K
a. tan/A b. Acot
c. cottan/A
d. Atantan
Question 4 A given object takes n times as much times to slide down a 45 rough incline as its takes
to slide down a perfectly smooth 45 incline.The coefficent f kinectic friction between the objects and
incline is gievn by.
a. 1/(1-n2) b.1-1/n2 c. 1/(1-n2) d. (1-1/n2)
Question 5 A uniform chain of length L is lying on the horizontal surface of a table.If the coefficent of
friction between the chain and the table top is . what is the maximum length of the chain that can
hang over the edge of the table without disturbing the rest of the chain on table.?
a.L/(1+) b. L/(1+) c. L/(1-) d. L/(1-)
Question 6 The coefficent of static and kinectic friction between a body and the surface are .75 and .
50 respectively.A force is applied to the body to make it just slide with a constant acceleration which is
a. g/4
b g/2 c. 3g/4
dg
Question 7 A block of mAss M is moving with a velocity v on straight surface.What is the shortest
distance and shortest time in which the block can be stopped if is coefficent of friction
a.v2/2g,v/g
b. v2/g,v/g
c.v2/2Mg,v/g
d none of the above
Question 8 A horizontal force of F N is necessary to just hold a block stationary against a wall. The
coefficient of friction between the block and the wall is . The weight of the block is
a.F
b. F(1+)
c. F/
d none of these

Solution 1
Force of friction opposes the motion. Force of friction=N=mg. Therefore retardation =mg/m=g
From v2=u2+2as or S=v2/2g from v=u+at or t=v/g
Solution 2
Let W be the weight. Reaction force=F Weight downward=W weight Upward=frictional force=r=F
For no movement weight Upward=Weight downward W=F
Solution 3
The downward force=mgsin The upward force=mgcos
=mg(sin-kycos) at y=A, f(y)=0 ,
0=sin-kAcos or K=tan/A

Net force f(y)=mgsin-mgcos

Solution 4
let be the coefficient of friction . Acceleration is smooth 45 inclined plane=gsin=g/(2)sup>1/2.
Acceeration in friction 45 inclined plane=gsin-qcos=[g/(2)sup>1/2(1-). Now s=ut+(1/2)at 2
or 2s=at2 as =0 .
For smooth plane 2s=g/(2)sup>1/2t2 ---(1)
for friction plane 2s=[g/(2)sup>1/2(1-)(nt)2 -(2)
so (1-)n2=1 or =1-1/n2
Solution 5
Let m be the mass per unit length. Let L be the full length and l be the length of chain hanging. So net
force downwards=mlg . Net frictional force in opposite direction=m(L-l)g
Now mlg=m(L-l)g
or l=(L-l) or l=L/(1+)
Solution 6
Minimum force with which body will just move=smg. After the body start moving Frictional force
becomes =kmg
So ma=smg-kmg
or a=g/4
Solution 7
Force of friction opposes the motion. Force of friction=N=mg
Therefore retardation =mg/m=g
From v2=u2+2as or S=v2/2g
from v=u+at or t=v/g
Solution 8
Let W be the weight
Reaction force=F
Weight downward=W
weight Upward=frictional force=r=F
For no movement
weight Upward=Weight downward
W=F