Motion Numericals for Class 11 Students

Motion | Numericals for Class 11 Students

1. An old person moves on a semi-circular track of radius 40.0 m during a morning walk. If he starts at one end of the track and reaches at other end, find the…

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Vector | Numericals For Class 11 Students

A Vector Quantity or Vector is a Physical Quantity that have both magnitude and direction.  Symbol for denoting Vector are generally written as a letter with an arrow on top pointing to the right,…

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Thermodynamics MCQs with Answers for Class 11 Students

The first law of thermodynamics is a statement of a) conservation of heat b) conservation of work c) conservation of momentum d) conservation of energy Answerd) conservation of energy If heat is supplied…

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Thermodynamics Graph Questions for Class 11 Students

Question 1 Below diagram shows a process ABCA performed on an ideal gas. Find the net heat given to the system during the process. SolutionAs process ABCA is a cyclic process so net…

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Thermodynamics Numericals For Class 11 Physics

Question 1 A sample of an ideal gas is taken through the cyclic process abca (as shown in diagram below). It absorbs 50 J of heat during the part ab, no heat during…

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Heat Engines

A Heat Engine is a device by which a system is made to undergo a cyclic process that results in conversion of heat to work. Usually Heat Engines consists of Hot reservoir (kept…

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First Law of Thermodynamics

Suppose that we’ve put in some gas into a container with a piston on top of container. If we put this container on top of a heater (like a simple burner) then slowly…

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Motion in a Straight Line

When a particle is constrained to move on a straight line, we say that object is in Straight Line motion. Generally we choose the straight line as X-axis and a suitable time instant…

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Average and Instantaneous Acceleration

If the velocity of a particle remains constant as time passes, we say that it is moving with uniform velocity. If the velocity changes with time, it is said to be accelerated. The…

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Average Velocity and Instantaneous Velocity

The average velocity of a particle in a time interval t1 to t2 is defined as its displacement divided by the time interval. For example – If the particle is at a point…

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