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Physics Quiz on Oscillation
Physics Quiz on Oscillation: Previous trends reveal that NEET aspirants find Physics as the most challenging section amongst the other sections. But most of them fail to decipher the reason behind this. This particularly can be as the candidates taking up this examination are predominantly medical aspirants with their subject of interest being Biology. Also, sections like Physics are more on theories, laws, numerical as opposed to Biology which is more of factbased, life sciences and comprising of substantial explanations. In this post we are providing you Physics quiz on Oscillation.
Physics Quiz on Oscillation
Q1. A particle executes S.H.M of amplitude A. At what distance from the mean position is its kinetic energy equal to its potential energy?
a) 0.51 A
b) 0.61 A
c) 0.71 A
d) 0.81 A
c) 0.71 A
Q2. The displacement of a particle performing simple harmonic motion is given by, x= 8 sin ωt + 6 cos ωt, where distance is in cm and time is in second. The amplitude of motion is _______.
a) 10 cm
b) 14 cm
c) 12 cm
d) 3.5 cm
a) 10 cm
Q3. The mass and diameter of a planet are twice those of earth. The period of oscillation of pendulum on this planet will be (if it is a second’s pendulum on earth) _______.
a) 1/√2 second
b) 2 x √2 second
c) 2 second
d) ½ second
b) 2 x √2 second
Q4. For a magnet of a time period T magnetic moment is M. If the magnetic moment becomes onefourth of the initial value, then the time period of oscillation becomes _______.
a) Half of the initial value
b) Onefourth of the initial value
c) Double of the initial value
d) Four times the initial value
c) Double of the initial value
Q5. The time period of a simple pendulum is T remaining at rest inside a lift. Find the time period of the pendulum when the lift starts to move up with an acceleration of g/3.
a) T
b) T/2
c) 2T/5
d) T√3/2
d) T√3/2
Q6. A a place where g = 980 cm/sec^{2 }the length of seconds pendulum is about ______.
a) 100 cm
b) 50 cm
c) 25 cm
d) 10 cm
a) 100 cm
Q7. The maximum velocity for a particle in S.H.M is 0.16 m/s and maximum acceleration is 0.64 m/s^{2 .}The amplitude is _______.
a) 4 x 10^{2} m
b) 4 x 10^{1} m
c) 4 x 10 m
d) 4 x 10^{0} m
a) 4 x 10^{2} m
Q8. A particle of mass m is hanging vertically by an ideal spring of force constant k. If the mass is made to oscillate vertically, its total energy is ______.
a) Maximum at extreme position
b) Maximum at mean position
c) Minimum at mean position
d) Same at all positions
d) Same at all positions
Q9. A simple pendulum on length l and mass m is suspended vertically. The string makes an angle θ with the vertical. The restoring force acting on the pendulum is _______.
a) mg tanθ
b) mg sinθ
c) – mg sinθ
d) – mg cosθ
c) – mg sinθ
Q10. The length of the second’s pendulum on the surface of the earth is 1m. The length of the same pendulum on the surface of the moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is (⅙)^{th} of the g on the surface of the earth is ____.
a) 36 m
b) ⅙ m
c) 1/36 m
d) 1m
b) ⅙ m
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