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SUMMATIVE TEST 2 in General Physics 1 (Weeks 5-8)

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  • Q1

    A body remains stationary on an inclined plane. Which of the following correctly describes the frictional force on the body and the resultant force respectively?

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    down the plane; zero

    up the plane; zero

    zero; down the plane

    zero; vertically downwards

  • Q2

    Which of the following is not a valid example of action and reaction to which Newton's third law of motion applies?

    The forces of repulsion between two parallel wires carrying currents in opposite direction.

    The weight of a satellite and the centripetal force keeping the satellite in orbit.

    The forces of attraction between two gas molecules passing near each other.

    The forces of attraction between an electron and a proton in a hydrogen atom.

  • Q3

    Three blocks of masses 2.5 kg, 1.5 kg and 2.0 kg on a smooth surface are connected by two inelastic strings and pulled by a force of 15.0 N. The tensions in the strings connecting the blocks are T1and T2. What are the values of the tension T1and T2?

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    T1 = 5.00 N; T2 = 10.0 N

    T1 = 2.50 N; T2 = 3.00 N

    T1 = 8.75 N; T2 = 5.00 N

    T1 = 7.50 N; T2 = 7.50 N

  • Q4

    Two bodies P and Q of different masses on a smooth table are connected by a light elastic string. A person pulls P and Q apart, and then release them. Which of the following is of the same magnitude for both P and Q?

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    Distance moved



  • Q5

    A load of weight Whangs from 2 ropes as shown in the figure. The tensions in the rope are T1and T2.Whichtriangle represents the equilibrium of the three forces W, T1and T2? 

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