HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Chapter 9 Centre of Mass, Linear Momentum, Collision

HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Chapter 9 Center of Mass, Linear Momentum, Collision can be used as a source of background information on topics where you might lack proficiency such as questions related to finding velocity with respect to earth of certain object and the rate of change of velocity when the object is dropped from a certain height etc. These books contains questions which will be asked in prominent examinations and are highly recommendable to help students develop better skills and help them prepare efficiently. You will get to learn topics of momentum and collision in the problems given here such as :

  • We will be seeing questions related to change in momentum if mass, volume and velocity, we have problems on momentum of a body during incidence and reflection from a rigid surface
  • We have questions on finding the total time to reach the ground when a bag is thrown at a certain velocity from a certain height and some problems on external force in longitudinal direction and the shifting of center of mass
  • We have questions on electron and antineutrino ejected in the same or opposite direction and finding the total momentum and we have problems related to shifting to center of mass when an object is in motion whether it is horizontal and vertical

In order to help students understand the concept clearly we are offering HCV Solutions Vol 1 that consist of conceptual problems along with solved examples. Free Body Diagrams are being incorporated into every question which you need to solve to get clarity. Every chapter of HC Verma exercises are arranged in a systematic manner in order to give you an incredible learning experience while solving clearing your doubts with respect to the topics in the physics syllabus here.

HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Center of Mass, Linear Momentum, Collision Chapter 9

Practise This Question

Figure shows two cylinders of radii r1 andr2 having moments of inertia I1 and I2 about their respective axes. Initially, the cylinders rotate about their axes with angular speeds ω1 and ω2 as shown in the figure. The cylinders are moved closer to touch each other keeping the axes parallel. The cylinders first slip over each other at the contact but the slipping finally ceases due to the friction between them. Find the angular speeds of the cylinder 1 and 2 respectively after the slipping ceases.