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Questions / Mark scheme.

1) Car moving along a road, points past points PQR.

QR= 120m QR = 4 seconds

45m 120m

P 2secs Q 4 secs R

45 = 2u + 2a

165= 6u+18a

10 = 4a

i) u = 20

ii) a = 2.5

TOTAL (7)

2) 2 forces act on a particle

F2= (i-3j)

Finding this

angle 2

x

1

= Tan x = 2/1

= 90 - 63.4349….

= 26.565… (2)

= 2p+3 = 0

3/2=P

P=1.5 (4)

TOTAL (6)

P: mass= 2m, speed= 2u

Q: mass= m, speed = 3u

If impulse exerted on each particle during collision is 3.5mu, what are final

speeds of P and Q

2U 3U

BEFORE m

2m

AFTER 2m m

For P For Q

I = m (v - u) I = m (v - u)

3.5mu = 2mv - 4mu 3.5mu = mv + 3um

7.5mu = 2mv 0.5mu = mv

v = 7.5mu/2m

= 3.75u = 0.5u

(b) B had v = 0.5u (3)

TOTAL (6)

4) Particle on a slope inclined at arc tan (4/3), Co-efficient of friction 0.5, what is

acceleration down slope

TOTAL (9)

coefficient of friction = 0.2 Find P (2SF).

P

R

50

Fr

15g

Multiply both sides by 5 to get rid of 0.2:

R= 5Pcos50

5Pcos50 + Psin50 = 147

3.979982492P = 147

P= 36.93483585

= 37N (2SF) (9)

TOTAL (9)

6) A Car is pulling along a car using a tow bar, with a driving force 1200N

Trailer: resistance 200N, weight 200kg

Car: resistance 400N, weight 800kg

1200N

200 800

200N

400N

F=ma

1200-400-200 = 1000a

600/1000=a

a=0.6 (3)

F=ma

T-200= 200 x 0.6

T= 320N (3)

(c) Find breaking force if thrust in tow bar is 100N and driving force is removed.

Isolate the trailer to find deceleration.

F=ma

200+100= 200a

300/200 = a

a = - 1.5 (deceleration)

F = 900N (7)

TOTAL (13)

7) A uniform beam, length 2m, weight 20g is suspended by two strings, P and Q.

Such that:

0.7m

0.3m 1.4m 0.3m

Xm

P Q

20g

50g

a) prove = (588-350x)=PN

TMA(P): (X x 50g) + (0.7 x 20g) = 1.4Q

c) Explanation of what are the maximum and minimum weights at each string?

Where 0<x<1.4

When x=0 Q=98N

When x=1.4 Q=588N

98<Q<588

When x=0 Q=588

When x=1.4 Q=98

98<P<588 (3)

Y+3Y = 686

Y= 171.5 (tension at string P)

TMA(Q)

(50gX) + (0.7 x 20g) = (1.4 x 171.5)

490X = 240.1

X = 0.208…

So distance from Q = 1.4 – 0.208… = 1.19…m (3)

TOTAL (12)

8) A hiker H starts at 100j from point O, he walks with velocity (1.2I +0.9J)

Speed = 2.25

1.5 (2)

Prove distance of H from K after t is (?I +?J)

Had to do –H + K and this was equal to the distance they gave you. (4)

TOTAL (13)

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