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Free Physics Objective Questions for SS2
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1.The S.I unit of moment of a force is ________
(a) kgm (b) Nm (c) Jm (d) Nm-1
2.What is the angular speed of a body vibrating at 50 cycles per second?
(a) 200 rad/s (b) 100 rad/s (c) 50 rad/s (d) 0.01 rad/s
3.Two forces 6N and 8N act eastwards and northwards respectively on a body. Calculate the magnitude of their resultant.
(a) 2N (b) 7N (c) 10N (d) 14N
4.Which of the following correctly gives the relationship between linear speed, v and angular speed, of a body moving uniformly in a circle of radius r?
(a) V = r (b) v = (c) v = r2 (d) v2 = r
14. An aeroplane flies 3km due west and then 4km due north. Find its resultant displacement from its starting point.
(a) 5km (b) 10km (c) 15km (d) 20km
15. Two forces 10N each are inclined at 1200 to each other, what is their resultant force?
(a) 10N (b) 20N (c) 30N (d) 40N
16. ________ is the turning effect of a force about a point.
(a) Momentum (b) Weight (c) Speed (d) Moment
17. Moment of a force depends on two factors, the magnitude of the force and ________
(a) distance (b) velocity (c) speed (d) acceleration
28. The S.I unit of frequency is ________
(a) second (b) Hertz (c) kilogram (d) Newton
29. Angular acceleration is related to linear acceleration by ________
(a) a r (b) a = 2r (c) a2 = r (d) a = r2
30. 1 complete oscillation is equivalent to ________
(a) 2 radians (b) 3 radians (c) 4 radians (d) 5 radians
Free Physics Theory Questions for SS2
1a) Define the period, T of a simple harmonic motion and state its unit.
1b) A uniform beam 6m long and weighing 40N rests on supports at P and Q placed left and right 1m from each end of the beam. Weights of 100N and 80N are placed near P and Q respectively on each end of the beam, calculate the reaction at P and Q.
1c) Give one example of simple harmonic motion.
2a) A body of mass 0.02kg is suspended from the end of a spiral spring whose force constant is 0.4 Nm-1, an angular velocity of 4.46 rads-1 and an amplitude of 0.2m. calculate:
i) The total energy
ii) Maximum velocity of the motion
iii) Maximum acceleration
2b) What is momentum?
2c) A body of mass 5kg moves with a velocity of 5ms-1, what is its momentum.
3a) State the two conditions necessary for equilibrium of parallel coplanar forces.
3b) A mass of 2kg is supported by two cords which makes angles of 300 and 500 with the vertical. Find the forces on the two cords.
3c) Give one example of application of couple.