## OSCILLATIONS QUIZ 9

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Q1. A block of mass 4 kg hangs from a spring of spring constant k=400 N/m. The block is pulled down through 15 cm below and released. What is its kinetic energy when the block is 10 cm above the equilibrium position?
•  a) 5J
•  b) 2.5J
•  c) 1J
•  d) 1.9J
Solution

Q2.The displacement y of a particle executing periodic motion is given by y=4 cos2(t/2) sin⁡(1000t). This expression may be considered to be a result of the superposition of…….. independent harmonic motions
•  Two
•  There
•  Four
•  Five
Solution

Q3.  A simple pendulum has time period T1. The point of suspension is now moved upward according to the relation y=k t2,(k=1 ms(-2) ) where y is the vertical displacement. The time period now becomes T2. The ratio of (T12)/(T22 ) is (g=10 ms(-2) )
•  6/5
•  5/6
•  1
•  4/5
Solution

Q4. A simple pendulum is making oscillations with its bob immersed in a liquid of density n times less than the density of the bob. What is its period?
•  a) 2Ï€√(l/ng)
•  b) 2Ï€√(l/(1-1/n)g)
•  c) 2Ï€√(ln/g)
•  d) 2Ï€√(l/(n-1)g)
Solution

Q5.One end of a long metallic wire of length L is tied to the ceiling. The other end is tied to massless spring of spring constant K. A mass m hangs freely from the free end of the spring. The area of cross-section and Young’s modulus of the wire are A and Y respectively. If the mass is slightly pulled down and released, it will oscillate with a time period T equal to
•  2Ï€(m/K)
•  2Ï€{(YA+KL)m/YAK}1/2
•  2Ï€ mYA/KL
•  2Ï€ mL/YA
Solution

Q6. An object of mass 4 kg is attached to a spring having spring constant 100 N/m. It performs simple harmonic motion on a smooth horizontal surface with an amplitude of 2m. A 6 kg object is dropped vertically onto the 4 kg object when it crosses the mean position, and sticks to it. The change in amplitude of oscillation due to collision is
•  1 m
•  Zero
•  2[1-√(2/5)]
•  2[1-1/√5]

Solution

Q7.Two particles are executing identical simple harmonic motions described by the equations, x1=〖a cos〗⁡〖(Ï‰t+(Ï€/6))〗 and x2=〖a cos〗⁡〖(Ï‰t+Ï€/3〗). The minimum interval of time between the particles crossing the respective mean positions is
•  Ï€/2Ï‰
•  Ï€/3Ï‰
•  Ï€/4Ï‰
•  Ï€/6Ï‰
Solution

Q8.Two simple harmonic motions are represented by equations y1=4 sin⁡(10t+Ï•) y2=5 cos⁡10t What is the phase difference between their velocities?
•  Ï•
•  -Ï•
•  (Ï•+Ï€/2)
•  (Ï•-Ï€/2)
Solution

Q9.The mass and diameter of a planet are twice those of earth. The period of oscillation of pendulum on this planet will be (If it is a second’s pendulum on earth)
•  1/√2 s
•  2√2 s
•  2 s
•  1/2 s
Solution

Q10. A simple pendulum of length l and a mass m of the bob is suspended in a car that is travelling with a constant speed v around a circle of radius R. If the pendulum undergoes small oscillations about its equilibrium position, the frequency of its oscillation will be
•  1/2Ï€ √(g/l)
•  1/2Ï€ √(g/R)
•  1/2Ï€ √((g2+v4/R2 )(1/2)/l)
•  1/2Ï€ √(v2/Rl)
Solution

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