CBSE Class 11-science Physics Conservative Forces
Work, Energy and PowerThis video explains conservative forces and the work done by conservative f
Work, Energy and PowerThis video explains non-conservative forces, work done by them and the rela
Work, Energy and PowerThis video contains practice questions on conservative and non-conservative
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- What are conservative and non-conservative forces. Give one example of each force.
- Why a coolie does no work when he moves on a level road while carrying a box on his head?
- Write four properties of conservative forces.
- Explain that gravitational force is a conservative force.
- Calculate the velocity of the bob of simple pendulum at its mean position if it is able to rise to vertical height of 20 cm. Take g = 9.8 m/s2.
- Find the maximum compression in a spring of spring constant 800 N/m, if it is hit by a ball of 0.5 kg released from the height of 10 m. The ball initially followed a curved path and then move horizontally on a frictionless surface to meet the target.
- A ball at rest is dropped from a height of 10 m. It loses 25% of its kinetic energy in striking the ground. Find the height to which it bounces. Give the reason of loss of kinetic energy.
- A ball of mass 0.1 kg is thrown vertically up with a velocity of 10 m/s. At what height, will its kinetic energy be half its original value?
- 250 joules were spent in lifting a 10 kg weight to a height of 2 m. Calculate the acceleration with which it was raised. (Take g = 10 m/s2)