The order of temperature required for thermonuclear fusion to take place is:
A body of mass 10 kg is moving with a velocity 20 m s−1. If the mass of the body is doubled and its velocity is halved, find:(i) the initial kinetic energy, and (ii) the final kinetic energy.
A body of mass 50 kg has a momentum of 3000 kg ms-1. The velocity and the kinetic energy of the body is
60 ms-1; 1500 J
60 ms-1; 36000 J
60 ms-1; 90000 J
15 ms-1; 36000 J
A pebble is thrown up. It goes to a height and then comes back on the ground. State the different changes in form of energy during its motion.
Explain how the law of conservation of momentum can be used to explain (i) recoil of a gun (ii) motion of a rocket.
Name the three forms of kinetic energy and give one example of each.
A rifleman, who together with his rifle has a mass of 100 kg, stands on a smooth surface fire 10 shots horizontally. Each bullet has a mass 10 g projected with a velocity of 800 ms. What velocity does rifleman acquire at the end of 10 shots?
For the same kinetic energy of a body, what should be the change in its velocity if its mass is increased to four times its original value?
Velocity should be halved
Velocity should be doubled
Velocity should be constant
Velocity is independent
A ball of mass 0.5 kg slows down from a speed of 5ms-1 to 3ms-1.Calculate the change in kinetic energy of the ball.
A stone of mass 64.0 g is thrown vertically upward from the ground with an initial speed of 20.0 ms-1. The gravitational potential energy at the ground level is considered to be zero. Applying the principle of conservation of energy, the potential energy attained the total energy of the stone at its halfway point can be calculated to be: (g= 10 m s-2).
A bomb of mass 9 kg initially at rest explodes into two pieces of masses 3 kg and 6 kg. If the kinetic energy of 3 kg mass is 216 J, then the velocity of 6 kg mass will be
Two particles A and B of equal masses are suspended from two massless springs of spring constants and respectively. If the maximum velocities during oscillations are equal, the ratio of the amplitude of A and B is:
A spring is kept compressed by a small trolley of mass 0.5 kg lying on a smooth horizontal surface as shown in the figure given below:
When the trolley is released, it is found to move at a speed of 2 ms-1. What potential energy did the spring possess when compressed?
Calculate the decrease in the kinetic energy of a moving body if its velocity reduces to half of the initial velocity.
What do you understand by the kinetic energy of a body?
If the speed of a car is halved, how does its kinetic energy change?
Find the kinetic energy of a body of mass 1 kg moving with a uniform velocity of 10 m s−1.
Calculate the kinetic energy of a body of mass 2 kg moving with a speed of 10ms−1.
Give an example where, when a body is released from a height, the potential energy of the body is gradually transformed into kinetic energy?
What is the relationship between the kinetic energy and work done?
Kinetic energy is proportional to the square root of the velocity.
While playing a football match, Krish collided and got entangled with Tom who was playing for opposite team and running from opposite side. The mass of Krish was 40 kg and the mass of Tom was 60 kg. If Tom was running with a velocity of 4 m/s and Krish was running with a velocity of 3 m/s, If Krish stops completely, find the velocity of tom after collision assuming other forces were negligible (in m/s).
If a ball is thrown upward, what type of energy changes take place?
Does height affect Momentum ?
Two bodies of mass 3 kg and 1 kg have equal momentum. Ratio of their kinetic energy is: