PhysicsAcceleration a in case of circular motion is given by ar2+at2 where ar is radial component of acceleration and at the tangential component of acceleration at governs the magnitude of velocity V and its direction of motion Column-I Column–Ia) If ar=0,at=0i)motion is non – uniform circularb) If ar=0,at≠0ii)motion is uniform circularc) If ar≠0,at=0iii)motion is accelerated translatord) If ar≠0,at≠0iv)uniform linear motion 

Acceleration a in case of circular motion is given by ar2+at2 where ar is radial component of acceleration and at the tangential component of acceleration at governs the magnitude of velocity V and its direction of motion

 Column-I Column–I
a) If ar=0,at=0i)motion is non - uniform circular
b) If ar=0,at0ii)motion is uniform circular
c) If ar0,at=0iii)motion is accelerated translator
d) If ar0,at0iv)uniform linear motion

 

  1. A

    a - i, b - iii, c - iv, d - ii

  2. B

    a - iv, b - iii, c - ii, d - i

  3. C

    a - iii, b - iv, c - ii, d - i

  4. D

    a - ii, b - iv, c - i, d - iii

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    Solution:

    a=ac2+at2 at=dvdt=0 (if v= constant)  ac=v2R  (a) ar=0 and at=0 a=0 uniform and translatory   (b) ar=0 and at0 a=at  i.e., v= variable and ar0 arr=v2D must variable   but it is given, ar=0 motion is accelerated translatory.  (c) ar0,at=0 att=Ov= constant   so, ar=v2r0 so motion is uniform circular motion  (d) ar0 and at0 at0v constant   and so ar=v2r constant 0 so motion is non-uniform circular motion. 

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