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ASLBM(submarinelaunchedballisticmissile)isfiredfromadistanceof3000 km.IftheEarthwereflatandtheangleoflaunchis45withhorizontalfindthetimetakenbySLBMtohitthetargetandthevelocitywithwhichthemissileisfired.A SLBM (submarine launched ballistic missile) is fired from a distance of 3000 \mathrm{~km} . If the Earth were flat and the angle of launch is 45^{\circ} with horizontal find the time taken by SLBM to hit the target and the velocity with which the missile is fired.

A boy places a fire cracker of negligible mass in an empty can of 40 \mathrm{~g} mass. He plugs the end with a wooden block of mass 200 \mathrm{~g} . After igniting the firecracker he throws the can straight up. It explodes at the top of its path. If the block shoots out with a speed of 3 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} how fast will the can be going?
A boy places a fire cracker of negligible mass in an empty can of  40 \mathrm{~g}  mass. He plugs the end with a wooden block of mass  200 \mathrm{~g} . After igniting the firecracker he throws the can straight up. It explodes at the top of its path. If the block shoots out with a speed of  3 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1}  how fast will the can be going?

Aboyplacesafirecrackerofnegligiblemassinanemptycanof40 gmass.Heplugstheendwithawoodenblockofmass200 g.Afterignitingthefirecrackerhethrowsthecanstraightup.Itexplodesatthetopofitspath.Iftheblockshootsoutwithaspeedof3 ms1howfastwillthecanbegoing?A boy places a fire cracker of negligible mass in an empty can of 40 \mathrm{~g} mass. He plugs the end with a wooden block of mass 200 \mathrm{~g} . After igniting the firecracker he throws the can straight up. It explodes at the top of its path. If the block shoots out with a speed of 3 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} how fast will the can be going?

Explain the circumstances in which the velocity " v " and acceleration "a" of a car are:(iv) " v " " is zero but "a" is not
Explain the circumstances in which the velocity "  v  " and acceleration "a" of a car are:(iv) "  v "  " is zero but "a" is not

Explainthecircumstancesinwhichthevelocity"v"andacceleration"a"ofacarare:(iv)"v""iszerobut"a"isnotExplain the circumstances in which the velocity " v " and acceleration "a" of a car are:(iv) " v " " is zero but "a" is not

Explain the circumstances in which the velocity " v " and acceleration "a" of a car are:(v) "a" is zero but " v " is not zero
Explain the circumstances in which the velocity "  v  " and acceleration "a" of a car are:(v) "a" is zero but "  v  " is not zero

Explainthecircumstancesinwhichthevelocity"v"andacceleration"a"ofacarare:(v)"a"iszerobut"v"isnotzeroExplain the circumstances in which the velocity " v " and acceleration "a" of a car are:(v) "a" is zero but " v " is not zero

A hose pipe ejects water at a speed of 0.3 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} through a hole of area 50 \mathrm{~cm}^{2} . If the water strikes a wall normally calculate the force on the wall assuming the velocity of the water normal to the wall is zero after striking.
A hose pipe ejects water at a speed of  0.3 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1}  through a hole of area  50 \mathrm{~cm}^{2} . If the water strikes a wall normally calculate the force on the wall assuming the velocity of the water normal to the wall is zero after striking.

Ahosepipeejectswaterataspeedof0.3 ms1throughaholeofarea50 cm2.Ifthewaterstrikesawallnormallycalculatetheforceonthewallassumingthevelocityofthewaternormaltothewalliszeroafterstriking.A hose pipe ejects water at a speed of 0.3 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} through a hole of area 50 \mathrm{~cm}^{2} . If the water strikes a wall normally calculate the force on the wall assuming the velocity of the water normal to the wall is zero after striking.

Each of the following questions is followed by four answers one of which is correct answer. Identified that answer.(i) What is meant by a ballistic trajectory?(a) The paths followed by an un-powered and unguided projectile is called ballistic trajectory.(b) The path followed by the powered and unguided projectile is called ballistic trajectory.(c) The path followed by un-powered but guided projectile.(d) The path followed by powered and guided projectile.
Each of the following questions is followed by four answers one of which is correct answer. Identified that answer.(i) What is meant by a ballistic trajectory?(a) The paths followed by an un-powered and unguided projectile is called ballistic trajectory.(b) The path followed by the powered and unguided projectile is called ballistic trajectory.(c) The path followed by un-powered but guided projectile.(d) The path followed by powered and guided projectile.

Eachofthefollowingquestionsisfollowedbyfouranswersoneofwhichiscorrectanswer.Identifiedthatanswer.(i)Whatismeantbyaballistictrajectory?(a)Thepathsfollowedbyanunpoweredandunguidedprojectileiscalledballistictrajectory.(b)Thepathfollowedbythepoweredandunguidedprojectileiscalledballistictrajectory.(c)Thepathfollowedbyunpoweredbutguidedprojectile.(d)Thepathfollowedbypoweredandguidedprojectile.Each of the following questions is followed by four answers one of which is correct answer. Identified that answer.(i) What is meant by a ballistic trajectory?(a) The paths followed by an un-powered and unguided projectile is called ballistic trajectory.(b) The path followed by the powered and unguided projectile is called ballistic trajectory.(c) The path followed by un-powered but guided projectile.(d) The path followed by powered and guided projectile.

A 1500 kg car has its velocity reduced from 20 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} to 15 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} in 3 . S . How large was the average retarding force.
A 1500 kg car has its velocity reduced from  20 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1}  to  15 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1}  in  3 . S . How large was the average retarding force.

A1500kgcarhasitsvelocityreducedfrom20 ms1to15 ms1in3.S.Howlargewastheaverageretardingforce.A 1500 kg car has its velocity reduced from 20 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} to 15 \mathrm{~ms}^{-1} in 3 . S . How large was the average retarding force.

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