A ball is thrown upward with a certain speed. It passes through the same point at 3 second and 7 second from the start. The maximum height achieved by the ball is

1. 500 m

2. 250 m

3. 125 m

4. 450 m

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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#32-Solved Examples 19

#33-Solved Examples 20

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#30-Solved Examples 17

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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#28-Sign Convention

#29-Solved Examples 16

#31-Solved-Examples-18

#32-Solved Examples 19

#33-Solved Examples 20

#34-Solved-Examples-21

#35 Solved Examples 22

#30-Solved Examples 17

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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#28-Sign Convention

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#31-Solved-Examples-18

#32-Solved Examples 19

#33-Solved Examples 20

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#35 Solved Examples 22

#30-Solved Examples 17

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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A point moves with uniform acceleration and *v*_{1}, *v*_{2} and *v*_{3} denote the average velocities in the three successive intervals of time *t*_{1}, *t*_{2} and *t*_{3}. Which of the following relations is correct ?

(1) $({v}_{1}-{v}_{2}):({v}_{2}-{v}_{3})=({t}_{1}-{t}_{2}):({t}_{2}+{t}_{3})$

(2) $({v}_{1}-{v}_{2}):({v}_{2}-{v}_{3})=({t}_{1}+{t}_{2}):({t}_{2}+{t}_{3})$

(3) $({v}_{1}-{v}_{2}):({v}_{2}-{v}_{3})=({t}_{1}-{t}_{2}):({t}_{1}-{t}_{3})$

(4) $({v}_{1}-{v}_{2}):({v}_{2}-{v}_{3})=({t}_{1}-{t}_{2}):({t}_{2}-{t}_{3})$

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The initial velocity of the particle is 10 m/sec and its retardation is 2 m/sec^{2}. The distance moved by the particle in 5^{th} second of its motion is

(1) 1 m

(2) 19 m

(3) 50 m

(4) 75 m

PMT - 1976

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#33-Solved Examples 20

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#30-Solved Examples 17

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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A motor car moving with a uniform speed of 20 m/sec comes to stop on the application of brakes after travelling a distance of 10 m Its acceleration is

(1) 20 *m*/*sec*^{2}

(2) –20 *m*/*sec*^{2}

(3) –40 *m*/*sec*^{2}

(4) +2 *m*/*sec*^{2}

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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The velocity of a body moving with a uniform acceleration of 2 m/sec^{2} is 10 m/sec. Its velocity after an interval of 4 *sec* is

(1) 12 m/sec

(2) 14 m/sec

(3) 16 m/sec

(4) 18 m/sec

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#33-Solved Examples 20

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#30-Solved Examples 17

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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A particle starting from rest moving with constant acceleration travels a distance *x* in first 2 *seconds *and a distance *y* in next two *seconds*, then ** **

(1) *y* = *x*

(2) *y* = 2*x*

(3) *y* = 3*x*

(4) *y* = 4*x*

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#27-Equations for Uniform Acceleration 28Calculus Method29

#28-Sign Convention

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#32-Solved Examples 19

#33-Solved Examples 20

#34-Solved-Examples-21

#35 Solved Examples 22

#30-Solved Examples 17

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Uniformly accelerated motion

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