Chapter 2 – Kinematics

Chapter 2 – Kinematics

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–(Exercise: Questions Answers)–[Open]


 

–(Exercise: Numericals/Problems)–[Open]


 

–(Extra: MCQ’s)–[Open]


 

–(Extra: Short Questions)–[Open]


 

–(Extra: Long Questions)–[Open]


Contents

Section 1:  (Exercise: Questions Answers)

Section 2:  (Exercise: Numericals)

Section 3:  (Extra: MCQ’s)

Section 4:  (Extra: Short Questions)

  1. Define Kinematics. (GRW 2015)
  2. Define dynamics. (GRW 2015)
  3. How you will define the rest?                                                   (LHR 2011, GRW 2015)
  4. How you will define the motion?
  5. How we can say that rest and motion are relative states?
  6. Define Rotatory motion.                 (LHR 2013)
  7. Differentiate between circular motion and rotatory motion (GRW 2015)
  8. Define Vibratory motion.    (LHR 2011, GRW 2015)
  9. What do you know about scalar and vector quantities    (LHR 2014, 2015)
  10. How a vector is represented? (LHR 2014)
  11. What is Position? (GRW 2015)
  12. What is meant by distance?
  13. What do you know about Displacement?
  14. What do you know about speed?
  15. How you will define the uniform speed? (GRW 2013)
  16. Define variable speed.
  17. A body is moving with uniform speed. Will its velocity be uniform?
  18. What do you know about velocity?
  19. What do you know about uniform velocity?   (GRW 2013, 2015)
  20. Define variable velocity.
  21. Does speedometer of a car measure its velocity?
  22. Why a body moving along a circle with uniform speed has variable velocity?
  23. What is meant by the acceleration?   (LHR 2015)
  24. What is meant by uniform acceleration?
  25. Define variable acceleration.
  26. What is meant by positive acceleration and negative acceleration? (GRW2012, 2015)
  27. A body moving with uniform velocity. What will be its acceleration?
  28. Can a body moving with certain velocity in the direction of east can have acceleration in the direction of west?
  29. What do you know about graph?
  30. What do you know about gravitational acceleration?   (LHR 2011)
  31. How can we use equations of motion for bodies, which are falling freely under the gravity?
  32. What are the points kept in mind when bodies are moving freely under gravity?
  33. When a body is thrown vertically upward, its velocity at the highest point is zero. Why?

Section 5:  (Extra: Long Questions)

  1. Define Translatory motion and its types. (LHR 2011, 2012, 2013 GRW 2013, 2015)
  2. Explain Distance – time Graph.
  3. Explain Speed – Time Graph.
  4. Derive first equation of motion using speed time graph.  (GRW 2013)
  5. Derive second equation of motion using speed-time graph.      (LHR 2012, 2013)
  6. Derive third equation of motion using speed-time graph. (GRW 2015)

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  1. Hadia batool

    Good work.keep it up

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