- Introduction
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- Average velocity
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- Instantaneous velocity
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- Average and instantaneous acceleration
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- Motion with constant acceleration
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- Projectile Motion
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- Uniform circular motion
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- Motion in three dimensions

A person standing at point A at t=0 throws a stone with velocity v and at an angle 60

Find the velocity vector at the maximum height if

Find the co-ordinates of the stone where its hit the X-axis

Find the velocity vector of the stone when it hits X-axis.

Find the co-ordinates of the point A on the plank when the stone hit the X-axis

Find the maximum value of velocity v so as to land the stone on the plank

The system is shown below in Figure

The ring X moves with constant velocity v downwards. The angle AXY is θ. Find the velocity of the ring Y

Find the velocity of ring Y with respect to ring X

If he wishes to land on the other bank at a point directly across the river from his starting point

Velocity of man with respect to the person standing on the bank

a) 5

b) 10

c) 6

d)5√3

Find the angle made by the man from the current

a) 120

b) 60

c) 30

d) 90

Find the time taken by the man to cross the river

what direction it should swim

a) 90

b) 30

c) 60

d) none of these

How much time

a) 5

b) 10

c) 6

d) 4

How much distance it will land from his starting point

a) 30

b) 20

c) 25

d) none of these

Find the rectangular components of the average velocity in the time interval between t and t+?t

Which of the following statements are true about the motion

a) The particle is experiencing uniform acceleration motion

b) The particle starts at y axis and touched x axis in 1sec

c) The initial velocity is towards negative Y axis

d) The velocity at t=1 is towards positive x axis

y=x

So that at any time v

Find the magnitude and direction of velocity at x=1/3 m

Find the acceleration at x=1/3 (both magnitude and direction)

a) 18 m/sec

b) 14 m/sec

c) 18 m/sec

d) 14 m/sec

Find the range on the inclined plane

Find the relation between and α for which object will have maximum range

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