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A ball is dropped from rest from a height of $1 \: m$ in a frictionless tube as shown in the figure. If the tube profile is approximated by two straight lines (ignoring the curved portion), the total distance travelled (in $m$) by the ball is _____ (correct to two decimal places)
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A beam is fixed at one end and is vertically supported at the other end. What is the degree of statistical indeterminacy? $1$ $2$ $3$ $4$
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GATE2018239
A force of $100 \: N$ applied to the centre of a circular disc, of mass $10 \: kg$ and radius $1 \: m$, resting on a floor as shown in the figure. If the disc rolls without slipping on the floor, the linear acceleration (in $m/s^2$) of the centre of the disc is _______ (correct to two decimal places).
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GATE2018229
In a rigid body in plane motion, the point R is accelerating with respect to point P at $10 \angle 180^{\circ} \: m/s^2$. If the instantaneous acceleration of point $Q$ is zero, the acceleration (in $m/s^2$) of point $R$ is $8 \angle 233^{\circ}$ $10 \angle 225^{\circ}$ $10 \angle 217^{\circ}$ $8 \angle 217^{\circ}$
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GATE2018230
A rigid of length $1 \: m$ is resting at an angle $\theta =45^{\circ}$ as shown in the figure. The end $P$ is dragged with a velocity of $U=5 \: m/s$ to the right. At the instant shown, the magnitude of the velocity $V$ (in $m/s$) of point $Q$ as it moves along the wall without losing contact is $5$ $6$ $8$ $10$
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GATE2018154
Block P of mass $2$ kg slides down the surface and has a speed $20$ m/s at the lowest point, Q, where the local radius of curvature is $2$ m as shown in the figure. Assuming $g=10 \: m/s^2$, the normal force (in N) at Q is ____ correct to two decimal places.
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GATE201815
A bar of uniform cross section and weighing $100 \:N$ is held horizontally using two massless and inextensible strings $S1$ and $S2$ as shown in the figure The tensions in the strings are $T_1=100 \: N \text{ and } T_2=0 \: N$ $T_1=0 \: N \text{ and } T_2=100 \: N$ $T_1=75 \: N \text{ and } T_2=25 \: N$ $T_1=25 \: N \text{ and } T_2=75 \: N$
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