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If the length of a simple pendulum is doubled keeping its amplitude constant its energy will be

- Option 1)
Unchanged

- Option 2)
Doubled

- Option 3)
Four times

- Option 4)
Halved

As we learnt in
Time period of oscillation of simple pendulum -
- wherein
l = length of pendulum
g = acceleration due to gravity.
Halved
Option 1)
Unchanged
This solution is incorrect.
Option 2)
Doubled
This solution is incorrect.
Option 3)
Four times
This solution is incorrect.
Option 4)
Halved
This solution is correct.

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Two springs of constants k1 and k2 equal maximum velocities, when executing simple harmonic motion. The ratio of their amplitudes (masses are equal) will be

- Option 1)
- Option 2)
- Option 3)
- Option 4)

As learnt in
Relation of velocity and displacement -
- wherein
x is displacement from mean position
A is Amplitude.
Option 1)
This option is incorrect
Option 2)
This option is incorrect
Option 3)
This option is incorrect
Option 4)
This option is correct

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Two simple pendulums of length 5 m and 20 m respectively are given small linear displacement in one direction at the same time. They will again be in the phase when the pendulum of shorter length has completed how many oscillations

- Option 1)
5

- Option 2)
2

- Option 3)
1

- Option 4)
3

As learnt in
Time period of oscillation of simple pendulum -
- wherein
l = length of pendulum
g = acceleration due to gravity.
Option 1)
5
This option is incorrect
Option 2)
2
This option is correct
Option 3)
1
This option is incorrect
Option 4)
3
This option is incorrect

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Two bodies M and N of equal masses are suspended from two separate mass less springs of spring constants and respectively. If the two bodies oscillate vertically such that their maximum velocities are equal, the ratio of the amplitudes of M to that of N is

- Option 1)
- Option 2)
- Option 3)
- Option 4)

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The period of thin magnet is 4 sec. if it is divided into two equal halves then the time period of each part will be

- Option 1)
4 sec

- Option 2)
1 sec

- Option 3)
2 sec

- Option 4)
8 sec

As we discussed in concept
Physical pendulum -
Any rigid body suspended from a fixed support constitute a physical pendulum.
- wherein
e.g.
A circular ring suspended on a nail in a wall etc.
if it is divided into two equal halves the time period will be half
T = 2sec
Option 1)
4 sec
Option is incorrect
Option 2)
1 sec
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
2 sec
Option is correct
Option 4)
8...

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The maximum velocity of a body in S.H.M. is 0.25 m/s and maximum acceleration is 0.75 , the period of S.H.M. is

- Option 1)
- Option 2)
- Option 3)
- Option 4)

As we discussed in concept
Relation of velocity and displacement -
- wherein
x is displacement from mean position
A is Amplitude.
Option 1)
Option is incorrect
Option 2)
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
Option is correct
Option 4)
Option is incorrect

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The maximum velocity and maximum acceleration of a body moving in a simple harmonic oscillator are 2m/s and 4 the angular velocity is

- Option 1)
1 rad/s

- Option 2)
2 rad/s

- Option 3)
4 rad/s

- Option 4)
5 rad/s

As we discussed in concept
Relation of velocity and displacement -
- wherein
x is displacement from mean position
A is Amplitude.
Option 1)
1 rad/s
Option is incorrect
Option 2)
2 rad/s
Option is correct
Option 3)
4 rad/s
Option is incorrect
Option 4)
5 rad/s
Option is incorrect

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The angular frequency of small oscillations of the system shown in the figure is

- Option 1)
√(K / 2m)

- Option 2)
√(2K / m)

- Option 3)
√(K / 4m)

- Option 4)
√(4K / m)

Option 1)
√(K / 2m)
Option is incorrect
Option 2)
√(2K / m)
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
√(K / 4m)
Option is correct
Option 4)
√(4K / m)
Option is incorrect

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The acceleration due to gravity changes from 9.8 to 9.5 . To keep the period of pendulum constant, its length must changes by

- Option 1)
3 m

- Option 2)
0.3 m

- Option 3)
0.3 cm

- Option 4)
3 cm

As discussed in
Time period of oscillation of simple pendulum -
- wherein
l = length of pendulum
g = acceleration due to gravity.
g changes from to
length changes by 3 cm
Option 1)
3 m
This solution is incorrect.
Option 2)
0.3 m
This solution is incorrect.
Option 3)
0.3 cm
This solution is incorrect.
Option 4)
3 cm
This solution is correct.

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Starting from the extreme position, the time taken by an ideal simple pendulum to travel a distance of half of the amplitude is

- Option 1)
T/6

- Option 2)
T/12

- Option 3)
T/13

- Option 4)
T/4

As discussed in
Phase -
The quantity is called the phase . It determines the status of the particle in simple harmonic motion.
- wherein
e.g.
phase
Option 1)
T/6
This solution is correct.
Option 2)
T/12
This solution is incorrect.
Option 3)
T/13
This solution is incorrect.
Option 4)
T/4
This solution is incorrect.

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If the length of simple pendulum is increased by 44% then what is the change in the time period of the pendulum?

- Option 1)
22 %

- Option 2)
20 %

- Option 3)
33 %

- Option 4)
44 %

As discussed in
Time period of oscillation of simple pendulum -
- wherein
l = length of pendulum
g = acceleration due to gravity.
length increased by 44%.
New length
i.e. Time period increased by 0.2 or 20%
Option 1)
22 %
This solution is incorrect.
Option 2)
20 %
This solution is correct.
Option 3)
33 %
This solution is incorrect.
Option 4)
44 %
This solution is incorrect.

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If a simple pendulum oscillates with an amplitude of 50 mm and time period of 2s, then its maximum velocity is

- Option 1)
0.10 m/s

- Option 2)
0.16 m/s

- Option 3)
0.25 m/s

- Option 4)
0.50 m/s

As discussed in
Relation of velocity and displacement -
- wherein
x is displacement from mean position
A is Amplitude.
Option 1)
0.10 m/s
This solution is incorrect.
Option 2)
0.16 m/s
This solution is correct.
Option 3)
0.25 m/s
This solution is incorrect.
Option 4)
0.50 m/s
This solution is incorrect.

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If a simple harmonic oscillator has got a displacement of 0.02 m and acceleration equal to 2.0 at any time, the angular frequency of the oscillator is equal to

- Option 1)
10 rad

- Option 2)
0.1 rad

- Option 3)
100 rad

- Option 4)
1 rad

As we discussed in concept
Equation of S.H.M. -
- wherein
=>
Option 1)
10 rad
This option is correct.
Option 2)
0.1 rad
This option is incorrect.
Option 3)
100 rad
This option is incorrect.
Option 4)
1 rad
This option is incorrect.

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If a bar magnet of magnetic moment M is kept in a uniform magnetic field B, its time period of oscillation is T. Another magnet of same length and breadth is kept in a same magnetic field. If magnetic moment of new magnet is M/4, then its oscillation time period is

- Option 1)
T

- Option 2)
2T

- Option 3)
T/2

- Option 4)
T/4

As we discussed in concept
Time period of physical pendulum -
- wherein
moment of inertia about point of hinge
Seperation between point of suspension & centre of mass
Option 1)
T
This option is incorrect.
Option 2)
2T
This option is correct.
Option 3)
T/2
This option is incorrect.
Option 4)
T/4
This option is incorrect.

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For a particle executing simple harmonic motion, the kinetic energy K is given by the maximum value of potential energy is

- Option 1)
- Option 2)
Zero

- Option 3)
- Option 4)
Not obtainable

As we discussed in concept
Average value of kinetic energy -
Average of kinetic energy
- wherein
Option 1)
This option is correct.
Option 2)
Zero
This option is incorrect.
Option 3)
This option is incorrect.
Option 4)
Not obtainable
This option is incorrect.

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A spring has a force constant K and a mass m is suspended from it. The spring is cut into half and the same a mss is suspended from one of the halves. If the frequency of oscillation in the first case is a, then the frequency in the second case will be

- Option 1)
2 a

- Option 2)
a

- Option 3)
a/2

- Option 4)

As we discussed in concept
Time period of oscillation for spring mass system -
- wherein
m = mass of block
K = spring constant
when spring cut into two half then the force constant will be doubled.
Option 1)
2 a
This option is incorrect.
Option 2)
a
This option is incorrect.
Option 3)
a/2
This option is incorrect.
Option 4)
This option is correct.

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A simple harmonic oscillator has an amplitude a and time period T. The time required to travel from is

- Option 1)
- Option 2)
- Option 3)
- Option 4)

As we discussed in concept
Phase -
The quantity is called the phase . It determines the status of the particle in simple harmonic motion.
- wherein
e.g.
phase
Option 1)
Option is Correct
Option 2)
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
Option is incorrect
Option 4)
Option is incorrect

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A simple harmonic motion having an amplitude A and time period T is represented by the equation **y = 5 sin p (t + 4)m** then the values of (A in m) and (T in sec) are

- Option 1)
A = 5, T = 2

- Option 2)
A = 10, T = 1

- Option 3)
A = 5, T = 1

- Option 4)
A = 10, T = 2

As we discussed in concept
Phase -
The quantity is called the phase . It determines the status of the particle in simple harmonic motion.
- wherein
e.g.
phase
Option 1)
A = 5, T = 2
Option is correct
Option 2)
A = 10, T = 1
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
A = 5, T = 1
Option is incorrect
Option 4)
A = 10, T = 2
Option is incorrect

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A particle of mass m is executing SHM about its mean position. The total energy of the particle at given instant is

- Option 1)
- Option 2)
- Option 3)
- Option 4)

As we discussed in concept
Total energy in S.H.M. -
Total Energy = Kinetic + Potential Energy
- wherein
Total Energy =
Hence total energy in S.H.M. is constant
Total energy =
Option 1)
Option is incorrect
Option 2)
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
Option is correct
Option 4)
Option is incorrect

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A particle executes simple pendulum harmonic motion of amplitude A. at what distance from the mean position is its kinetic energy to its potential energy?

- Option 1)
0.51 A

- Option 2)
0.61 A

- Option 3)
0.71 A

- Option 4)
0.81 A

As we discussed in concept
Kinetic energy in S.H.M. -
- wherein
K=U
Option 1)
0.51 A
Option is incorrect
Option 2)
0.61 A
Option is incorrect
Option 3)
0.71 A
Option is correct
Option 4)
0.81 A
Option is incorrect

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