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Solution

Correct option is Given, and These equations give u = 5 ms–1 and a = 10 ms–2.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

A body goes from A to B with a velocity of 40 kmh–1 and returns from Bto A with a velocity of 60 kmh–1. What is the average velocity of the body during the whole journey?

Q2

The area under the velocity-time graph between any two instants t = t1and t = t2 gives the distance covered in time Q3

A particle is given a displacement of 4 m in the x-y plane. If the x-component of the displacement vector is 2 m, the y-component will be

Q4

A car, starting from rest, accelerates at a constant rate of 5 ms–2 for some time. It then retards at a constant rate of 10 ms–2 and finally comes to rest. If the total taken is 6 s, What is the maximum speed attained by the car?

Q5

A body, starting from rest, moves in a straight line with a constant acceleration a for a time interval t during which it travels a distance s1. If continues to move with the same acceleration for the next time interval tduring which it travels a distance s2. The relation between s1 and s2 is

Q6

A stone is dropped from a height of 125 m. If g = 10 ms–2, what is the ratio of the distances traveled by it during the first and the last second of its motion?

Q7

A simple pendulum is hanging from the ceiling of a compartment of a train. It is observed that the string is inclined towards the rear of the train. If follows that the train is

Q8

The displacement of a body from a reference point, is given by where x is in metres and t in seconds. This shown that the body is

Q9

A car moving at a speed v is stopped in a certain distance when the brakes produce a deceleration a. If the speed of the car was nv, what must be the deceleration of the car to stop it in the same distance and in the same time?

Q10

A car is moving at a certain speed. The minimum distance over which it can be stopped is x. If the speed of the car is doubled, what will be the minimum distance over which the car can be stopped during the same time?