CBSE Board Class 11 Physics Previous Year Question Papers 2008

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Syllabus Q.22> A boat is 20m wide and its mass is 500kg. A person of mass 100kg is standing at the center. As the person moves towards the right, the boat starts drifting towards the left. The person continues moving towards the right till he reaches the end. Find (a)By how much would the boat drift? (b)What is the actual displacement of the person.

CBSE Board 12th English Core Syllabus ICSE Board Class 11 Q.23> Mention the units and dimension of the following quantities. Psychology (a)Torque (b)Moment of inertia ICSE Board Class 11 (c)Angular momentum Sociology (d)Angular impulse (e)Rotational kinetic energy Gujarat Board Class Q.24> A radius of the wheels of a car is 20cm. The car is moving with a constant velocity of 10m/s. The maintain the 12 Physics rotation of the wheels, the engine has to deliver a torque of 125Nm. What is the power of the engine? West Bengal Board Q.25> A rod of length 5m is supported by two strings as shown in Class 9 Syllabus For the figure. It is made of a material of non-uniform density because 60o 30o of which the center of mass does not lie at the geometrical center. Social Science The rod is in a position of equilibrium, translational as well as rotational. This means that the net force as well as the net torque Maharashtra Board acting on it are zero. Find the position of CoM Class 12 Botany (b) In which of the ropes is the tension greater? (c) The same rod is now suspended by two vertical strings. Find the tension in both the strings. The mass of the rod is 4kg syllabus CBSE Board 12th Functional English Syllabus Andhra Pradesh Board Class 11 English Core Andhra Pradesh Board Class 12 Syllabus of Commerce Andhra Pradesh Board Class 12 Accountancy

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