Oscillations
SHM executed by a particle about the mean position O is shown below.
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and Column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Which option correctly associates column I with column II?
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and Column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Column I | Column II | ||
(1) | At a | (P) | K.E. is $\frac{3\mathrm{T}.\mathrm{E}.}{4}$ |
(2) | At b | (Q) | Velocity is zero |
(3) | At c | (R) | Acceleration is maximum |
(4) | At d | (S) | Velocity is negative |
Which option correctly associates column I with column II?
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JEE Advanced 0
SHM executed by a particle about the mean position O is shown below.
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and Column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Which of the following option correctly relates column I with column II?
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and Column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Column I | Column II | ||
(1) | At a | (P) | K.E. is $\frac{3\mathrm{T}.\mathrm{E}.}{4}$ |
(2) | At b | (Q) | Velocity is zero |
(3) | At c | (R) | Acceleration is maximum |
(4) | At d | (S) | Velocity is negative |
Which of the following option correctly relates column I with column II?
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JEE Advanced 0
SHM executed by a particle about the mean position O is shown below.
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and Column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Which option correctly relates column I with column II?
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and Column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Column I | Column II | ||
(1) | At a | (P) | K.E. is $\frac{3\mathrm{T}.\mathrm{E}.}{4}$ |
(2) | At b | (Q) | Velocity is zero |
(3) | At c | (R) | Acceleration is maximum |
(4) | At d | (S) | Velocity is negative |
Which option correctly relates column I with column II?
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JEE Advanced 0
SHM executed by a particle about the mean position O is shown below:
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
βWhich option correctly matches column I with column II.
Column I of the table shown below represents the position of the particle and column II shows some of the characteristics of the particle at different positions.
Column I | Column II | ||
(1) | At a | (P) | K.E is $\frac{3\mathrm{TE}}{4}$ |
(2) | At b | (Q) | Velocity is zero |
(3) | At c | (R) | Acceleration is maximum |
(4) | At d | (S) | Velocity is negative |
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JEE Advanced 0
The maximum amplitude of the system shown such that there no relative slipping between the blocks is
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AIIMS 0
Column 1 | Column 2 | Column 3 | |||
(A) | (i) | k_{1} = 2k k_{2} = k |
(P) | m = M | |
(B) | (ii) | k_{1} = k k_{2} = k |
(Q) | m = 2M | |
(C) | (iii) | k_{1} = 4k k_{2} = 2k |
(R) | m = 3M | |
(D) | (iv) | k_{1} = 3k k_{2} = k |
(S) | m = 4M |
All the surfaces are smooth and the blocks are given a small push in a horizontal direction and released.
In which case the time period T of the oscillation is maximum?
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JEE Advanced 0
Column 1 | Column 2 | Column 3 | |||
(A) | (i) | k_{1} = 2k k_{2} = k |
(P) | m = M | |
(B) | (ii) | k_{1} = k k_{2} = k |
(Q) | m = 2M | |
(C) | (iii) | k_{1} = 4k k_{2} = 2k |
(R) | m = 3M | |
(D) | (iv) | k_{1} = 3k k_{2} = k |
(S) | m = 4M |
All the surfaces are smooth and the blocks are given a small push in horizontal direction and released.
In which case the time period T of the oscillation is minimum?
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JEE Advanced 0
Column 1 | Column 2 | Column 3 | |||
(A) | (i) | k_{1} = 2k k_{2} = k |
(P) | m = M | |
(B) | (ii) | k_{1} = k k_{2} = k |
(Q) | m = 2M | |
(C) | (iii) | k_{1} = 4k k_{2} = 2k |
(R) | m = 3M | |
(D) | (iv) | k_{1} = 3k k_{2} = k |
(S) | m = 4M |
All the surfaces are smooth and the blocks are given a small push in horizontal direction and released.
For the same displacement x from mean position, which case will have the maximum speed of the block at the mean position?
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JEE Advanced 0
A block of mass m is connected to a spring and oscillating as shown.
When the block is at one of its extreme position, a wax piece of same mass m falls and sticks to the block.
Match the column and choose the correct option.
When the block is at one of its extreme position, a wax piece of same mass m falls and sticks to the block.
Match the column and choose the correct option.
Column I | Column II | ||
(P) | $\frac{\mathrm{New}\mathrm{maximum}\mathrm{acceleration}}{\mathrm{Old}\mathrm{maximum}\mathrm{acceleration}}$ | (1) | 1 |
(Q) | $\frac{{\displaystyle \mathrm{New}\mathrm{maximum}\mathrm{velocity}}}{{\displaystyle \mathrm{Old}\mathrm{maximum}\mathrm{velocity}}}$ | (2) | $\sqrt{2}$ |
(R) | $\frac{\mathrm{New}\mathrm{time}\mathrm{period}}{\mathrm{Old}\mathrm{time}\mathrm{period}}$ | (3) | $\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$ |
(S) | $\frac{\mathrm{New}\mathrm{amplitude}}{\mathrm{Old}\mathrm{amplitude}}$ | (4) | $\frac{1}{2}$ |
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JEE Advanced 0