The period of revolution of a satellite orbiting Earth at a height 4R above the surface of Earth is x hrs, where R is the radius of earth. The period of another satellite at a height 1.5R from the surface of the Earth is

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A planet of radius R = 1/10 (radius of Earth) has the same mass density as Earth. Scientists dig a well of 10 depth R5 on it and lower a wire of the same length and of linear mass density 10–3 kg m–1 into it. If the wire is not touching anywhere, the force applied at the top of the wire by a person holding it in place is (take the radius of Earth = 6 × 106 m and the acceleration due to gravity on Earth is 10 ms–2)

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A satellite is moving with a constant speed V in a circular orbit about the earth. An object of mass m is ejected from the satellite such that it just escapes from the gravitational pull of the earth. At the time of its ejection, the kinetic energy of the object is

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The time period of a satellite of the earth is 10 hours. If the separation between the earth and the satellite is increased to 4 times the previous value, then what will be the new time period of the satellite?

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 In a crystalline solid, anion B are arranged in cubic close packing and cation A are equally distributed between octahedral and tetrahedral voids. If all the octahedral voids are occupied, the formula for the solid is

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Two physical pendulums perform small oscillations about the same horizontal axis with frequencies w1 and w2. Their moments of inertia relative to the given axis are equal to I1 and I2 respectively. In a state of stable equilibrium, the pendulums were fastened rigidly together. What will be the frequency of small oscillations of the compound pendulum?

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A physical pendulum performs small oscillations about the horizontal axis with frequency co = 15.0 s-1 . When a small body of mass m = 50 g is fixed to the pendulum at a distance l = 20 cm below the axis, the oscillation frequency becomes equal to w2 = 10.0 s-1. Find the moment• of inertia of the pendulum relative to the oscillation axis.

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A physical pendulum is positioned so that its centre of gravity
is above the suspension point. From that position the pendulum
started moving toward the stable equilibrium and passed it with an
angular velocity w. Neglecting the friction find the period of small
oscillations of the pendulum.

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An arrangement illustrated in Fig consists of a horizontal uniform disc D of mass m and radius R and a thin rod AO whose torsional coefficient is equal to k. Find the amplitude and the energy of small torsional oscillations if at the initial moment the disc was deviated through an angle φ, from the equilibrium position and then imparted an angular velocity φo.

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A uniform rod of mass m = 1.5 kg suspended by two identical threads 1 = 90 cm in length (Fig) was turned through a small angle about the vertical axis passing through its middle point C. The threads deviated in the process through an angle a = 5.0°.Then the rod was released to start performing small oscillations.Find:
(a) the oscillation period;
(b) the rod's oscillation energy.

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A pendulum is constructed as a light thin-walled sphere of radius R filled up with water and suspended at the point 0 from a light rigid rod (Fig). The distance between the point 0 and the centre of the sphere is equal to 1. How many times will the small oscillations of such a pendulum change after the water freezes? The viscosity of water and the change of its volume on freezing are to be neglected.

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A particle of mass m moves in the plane xy due to the force varying with velocity as F = a (yi — xj), where a is a positive constant,i and j are the unit vectors of the x and y axes. At the initial moment t = 0 the particle was located at the point x = y = 0 and possessed a velocity v0 directed along the unit vector j. Find the law of motion x (t) , y (t) of the particle, and also the equation of its trajectory.

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A body of mass m fell from a height h onto the pan of a spring balance (Fig.)The masses of the pan and the spring are negligible, the stiffness of the latter is x. Having stuck to the pan, the body starts performing harmonic oscillations in the vertical direction. Find the amplitude and the energy of these oscillations.

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A particle of mass in moves due to the force F = - αmr,where a is a positive constant, r is the radius vector of the particle relative to the origin of coordinates. Find the trajectory of its motion if at the initial moment r = roi and the velocity v = voj, where I and j are the unit vectors of the x and y axes.

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A mathematical pendulum oscillates in a medium for which the logarithmic damping decrement is equal to 20 = 1.50. What will be the logarithmic damping decrement if the resistance of the medium increases n = 2.00 times? How many times has the resistance of the medium to be increased for the oscillations to become impossible?

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A body of mass in was suspended by a non-stretched spring, and then set free without push. The stiffness of the spring is x.Neglecting the mass of the spring, find:
(a) the law of motion y (t) , where y is the displacement of the body from the equilibrium position;
(b) the maximum and minimum tensions of the spring in the process of motion.

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