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Important Previous years questions of IIT JEE Part - 6 (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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  2. In a one dimensional collision between two identical particles A and B, B is stationary and A has momentum p before impact. During impact, B gives impulse J to A (a) The total momentum o the 'A plus B' system is p before and after the impact, and (p -1) during the impact. (b)During the impact A g ves impulse J to B (c)the coefficient of restitutio -1 (d)the coefficient of restitution is L+1

  3. Solution: According to question: Before impact- mui m in After impact- Where J is impulse.

  4. Before impact For partical A, Let, Then momentum = mass velocity mass = m velocity = U1 For partical B, mass=m velocity- 42 Because partical B is stationary

  5. After impact- For partical A, Let, velocity= For partical B, Let, velocity-v2 Then Impulse= F t {F=ma = max t m (axt) 2 2

  6. From law of conservation of linear momentum- where mim2m w2 from eq.2 U2

  7. from eq. (1) then PIeg. (3)

  8. We know that coefficient of restitution- 02-Vi from eq (1), eq (2) and eq (3) JP_J 0-P/m _2J_P 2.J

  9. elastic head on collision with another sphere of heavier mass M at rest collision (no external force acts on system of two spheres ). Statement-2: During a collision of spheres of unequal masses, the heavier (M>>m), then direction of velocity of sphere of mass m is reversed due to exerts more force on lighter mass in comparison to the force which lighter mass exerts on heavier mass.

  10. a)Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1 b) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is not a correct explanation for Statement-1 c)Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False d) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True