The torque produced by a force depends on(i) The magnitude of the force(ii) The direction of the force(iii) The point of application of the force relative to origin

A rope is wrapped twice around a rough pole with a coefficient of friction ‘A . It is subjected to a force Fj at one end and a gradually increasing force F2 is applied at the other end till the rope just starts slip-ping. At this instant the ratio of F2 to Fi is

A stone was thrown vertically upwards from the ground with a velocity of 50 m/sec. After 5 seconds another stone was thrown vertically upwards from the same place. If both the stones strike the ground at the same time, then the velocity with which the second stone was thrown should be (Assume g = 10 m/sec²)

A shell travelling with a horizontal velocity of 100 m/sec explodes and splits into two parts, one of mass 10 kg and the other of 15 kg. The 15 kg mass drops vertically downward with initial velocity of 100 m/sec and the 10 kg mass begins to travel at an angle to the horizontal of tan”1 x, where x is

A ladder of weight 'w' rests against a smooth vertical wall, and rests on rough horizontal ground, the coefficient of friction between the ladder and the ground being 1/4. The maximum angle of inclination of the ladder to the vertical, if a man of weight 'w' is to walk to the top of it safely, is tan'1 x, where x is

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