A wire, which passes through the hole in a small bead, is bent in the form of quarter of a circle. The wire is fixed vertically on ground as shown in the below figure. The bead is released from near the top of the wire and it slides along the wire without friction. As the bead moves from A to B, the force it applies on the wire is

A block of mass m_{1} = 1 kg another mass m_{2} = 2 kg, are placed together (see figure) on an inclined plane with angle of inclination $$\theta$$. Various values of $$\theta$$ are given in List I. The coefficient of friction between the block m_{1} and the plane is always zero. The coefficient of static and dynamic friction between the block m_{2} and the plane are equal to $$\mu$$ = 0.3. In List II expressions for the friction on the block m_{2} are given. Match the correct expression of the friction in List II with the angles given in List I, and choose the correct option. The acceleration due to gravity is denoted by g.

[Useful information : tan (5.5$$^\circ$$) $$\approx$$ 0.1; tan (11.5$$^\circ$$) $$\approx$$ 0.2; tan (16.5$$^\circ$$) $$\approx$$ 0.3]

List I | List II | ||
---|---|---|---|

P. | $$\theta = 5^\circ $$ |
1. | $${m_2}g\sin \theta $$ |

Q. | $$\theta = 10^\circ $$ |
2. | $$({m_1} + {m_2})g\sin \theta $$ |

R. | $$\theta = 15^\circ $$ |
3. | $$\mu {m_2}g\cos \theta $$ |

S. | $$\theta = 20^\circ $$ |
4. | $$\mu ({m_1} + {m_2})g\cos \theta $$ |

A ball of mass (m) 0.5 kg is attached to the end of a string having length (L) 0.5 m. The ball is rotated on a horizontal circular path about vertical axis. The maximum tension that the string can bear is 324 N. The maximum possible value of angular velocity of ball (in radian/s) is

A block of mass m is on an inclined plane of angle θ. The coefficient of
friction between the block and the plane is μ and tan θ > μ. The block is held
stationary by applying a force P parallel to the plane. The direction of force
pointing up the plane is taken to be positive. As P is varied from P_{1} =
mg(sinθ − μ cosθ) to P_{2} = mg(sinθ + μ cosθ), the frictional force f versus P
graph will look like