A car is driven by an engine that delivers constant power (except possibly at the initial instant). If it starts from rest, its displacement varies with time \((t)\) as:
1. \(t\)
2. \(\sqrt t\)
3. \(\frac{1}{\sqrt t}\)
4. \(t\sqrt t\)
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An elevator can carry a maximum load of \(1800\) kg (elevator + passengers) is moving up with a constant speed of \(2\) m/s. The frictional force opposing the motion is \(4000\) N. The minimum power delivered by the motor to the elevator is:
1. \(59000\) W
2. \(44000\) W
3. \(11000\) W
4. \(22000\) W

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A particle moves with a velocity \((5\hat i-3\hat j+6\hat k)\) ms–1 horizontally under the action of constant force \((10\hat i+10\hat j+20\hat k)\) N. The instantaneous power supplied to the particle is:
1. \(200\) W
2. zero
3. \(100\) W
4. \(140\) W
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