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Important Previous years questions of IIT JEE part - 2 (In Hindi)
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Through this lesson, you can learn the solution of some advanced level questions which has asked in previous years exams of IIT JEE.

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Kumar Ketan
#Specialisation in Electronics #6 years teaching experience #Physics Faculty in Kota #"magical education" (211k+ subs) #Writer

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why u explain it in english..explain in tamil so u can give more info tous
Just for aspirants all over India so that everyone could get the benefit out of it. :-)
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why we didn't take option 1
sir d option ka graph ka koi aur logic ho sakta hai kya ??? please tell sir
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Sarthak garg
4 months ago
because there is a peak in that graph
very very valuable information about this chapter....thank you 😍
good job ............
aree par d option kaise wrong h
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  2. PROBLEMS OF COLLISIONS Advanced Level (Asked in IIT JEE) 2


  3. A tennis ball is dropped on a horizontal smooth surface .lt bounces back to its original position after hitting the surface. The force on the ball during the collision is proportional to the length of the compression of the ball. Which one of the following is sketches describes the variation of its kinetic energy K with time t most appropriately? The figures are only illustrative and not to the scale. [JEE (Adv.) 2014] (AU (Ca


  4. Solution: During fall, 2 So graph is upward parabola.


  5. During collision, KE will decrease in compression and increase in reformation. Finally, during going up KE will decrease.


  6. . The bob "A" of a pendulum released from 30% to the vertical hits another bob "B" of the same mass at rest on a table as shown in figure. How high does the bob "A" rise after the collision? Neglect the size of the bob and assume the collision to be elastic. IIT JEE 1997 30


  7. Solution: In this elastic collision velocity of masses are exchanged. A" doesn't rise


  8. Two masses "m" and "2m" are placed in fixed horizontal circular smooth hollow tube of radius "r" as shown in figure. The mass m is moving with speed "u" and the mass "2m" is stationary. After their first collision, the time elapsed for next collision. (coefficient of restitution e-1/2) IT JEE 2004 27r 37tr


  9. Solution: 2 m


  10. Let the speed of balls of mass m and 2m after collision be vi and v2 as shown in figure. Applying conservation of momentum 2