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

Find the position, velocity of the stone as seen by the Man X at time t=2 sec

a. (19m ,19m/s)

b. (19.6m,19.6m/s)

c. (10m,10m/s)

d (11m,12m/s)

Find the position, velocity of the stone relative to Man Y at 3 sec

a. (39m, 70m/s)

b. (19m, 70m/s)

c. (70m, 39 m/s)

d. (14 m, 29m/s)

Find the acceleration of the stone with respect to Man X and Y.

a. (9.8 m/s

b. (9 m/s

c. (10 m/s

d. None of these

where

Find the trajectory of the particle

- Circle
- Parabola
- Eclipse
- None of the above

Find the average velocity of the particle from t=0 to

Find the scalar Product of Acceleration and velocity at any point t

a. 1

b. -1

c. 0

d. None of the above

Find the tangential acceleration at any point of time t

Find the radial acceleration at any point of time t

Bullet one is fired in the north direction with the muzzle velocity u. Find the velocity of the bullet as seen from the observer on the earth

a) u+v

b) u-v

c) u

d) v

Find the velocity of the bullet as seen from the observer on the moving car

a u+v-w

b u-v-w

c u

d v

Bullet one is fired in the south direction with the muzzle velocity u. Find the velocity of the bullet as seen from the observer on the earth

a u+v

b v-u

c u

d v

Find the velocity of the second bullet as seen from the observer on the moving car

a u+v-w

b v-u-w

c u

d v

Velocity of train relative to its driver

a. 0

b. 15 m/s

c. -15 m/s

d. 20 m/s

What is the velocity of train with respect to monkey

a. 5m/s

b -5 m/s

c. 15 m/s

d -15 m/s

Find the velocty of ground with respect to monkey

a. 5 m/s

b. -5 m/s

c. 10 m/s

d. -10 m/s

Find the relative velocity of particle B wrt to A at time t

a -u(i+j)

b u(i+j)

c 0

d none of the above

Find the relative velocity of particle A wrt to B at time t

a -u(i+j)

b u(i+j)

c 0

d none of the above

find the relative position vector of particle A wrt to B at time t

a -ut(i+j)

b ut(i+j)

c 0

d none of the above

- (b)
- (c)
- (a)
- (a)
- (a)
- (c)
- (b)
- (b)
- (a)
- (a)
- (a)
- (b)
- (a)
- (a)
- (a)
- (d)
- (a)
- (b)
- (b)

Class 11 Maths page Class 11 Physics page

- Principles of Physics Extended (International Student Version) (WSE)
- university physics with modern physics by Hugh D. Young 13th edition
- NCERT Exemplar Problems: Solutions Physics Class 11
- H.C. Verma Concepts of Physics - Vol. 1
- CBSE All in One Physics Class 11 by Arihant
- NCERT Solutions: Physics Class 11th
- New Simplified Physics: A Reference Book for Class 11 (Set of 2 Parts)
- Pradeep's A Text Book of Physics with Value Based Questions - Class XI (Set of 2 Volumes)
- Oswaal CBSE Sample Question Papers For Class 11 Physics (For 2016 Exams)

- ncert solutions for class 6 Science
- ncert solutions for class 6 Maths
- ncert solutions for class 7 Science
- ncert solutions for class 7 Maths
- ncert solutions for class 8 Science
- ncert solutions for class 8 Maths
- ncert solutions for class 9 Science
- ncert solutions for class 9 Maths
- ncert solutions for class 10 Science
- ncert solutions for class 10 Maths