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1st Year Physics Notes Chapter 3 - 11th Class Notes pdf

1st Year Physics Notes Chapter 3 - 11th Class Notes pdf
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Q.1 Define and explain the following terms:
 (1) Displacement
 (2) Velocity
 (3) Average velocity
 (4)1 Instantaneous velocity
 (5) Acceleration
 (6) Average acceleration
 (7) Instantaneous acceleration
 Answer
 (1) Displacement
 The change in position of body from its initial position to its final position is called displacement It tells us that how far and in what direction the body has displacedUnit The SI unit of displacement is meter (m)
Magnitude: Its magnitude is equal to the length of line It gives the distance between initial and final position
(2) Velocity
 The time rate of change of displacement of a body is called velocity
(3) Average velocity
 The ratio of the total displacement to the total time taken to cover this displacement is called as average velocity
Limitation of average velocity Average velocity does not tell us that
 The motion is steady or variable
 The path is straight or curved
 Unit
 Si unit is m/sec (i n ms)
 It is a vector quantity
 Its direction of velocity is along the direction of displacement
Q. Under what condition the body is said to be moving with uniform velocity?
 Answer
 If the average and instantaneous velocity of a body are equal the body is moving with uniform velocity
 OR
 If the instantaneous velocity does not change the body is said to be moving with uniform velocity
(5) Acceleration
 The time rate of change of velocity of a body is called acceleration Unit
 Si unit of acceleration is m/sec
 The dimensions of acceleration are
 Direction
 Acceleration is also a vector quantity as velocity is a vector quantity The direction of acceleration is along the direction of force
Positive Acceleration 
If the velocity of a body is increasing
 Its acceleration is positive
 Negative Acceleration
 If the velocity of a body is decreasing its acceleration is negative The negative acceleration is also called retardation or deceleration

  •  a body is moving with constant velocity then acceleration is zero Uniform acceleration
  •  A body has uniform acceleration if it has equal changes in velocity in equal intervals of time nowever short the interval maybe

 Acceleration of a body is positive if its velocity increases with time. The direction of this acceleration is the same in which the body is moving without change in its direction.
Acceleration of a body is negative if velocity of the body decreases The direction of negative acceleration is opposite to the direction in which the body is moving Negative acceleration is also called deceleration or retardation Condition under which the body is said to be moving with uniform acceleration.
 For a body moving with uniform acceleration, its average and instantaneous acceleration are equal
Q. What are Displacement-time graphs? Discuss.
 Answer
 distance-time graph
 It is useful to represent the motion of objects using graphs The terms distance and displacement are used interchangeably when the motion is in a straight line Similarly if the motion is in a straight line then speed and velocity are also used interchangeably in a distance time graph, time is taken along horizontal axis while vertical axis shows the distance covered by the object
(1) Object at rest In the graph
the distance moved by the object with time is zero That is, the object is at rest Thus, a horizontal line parallel to time axis on a distance-time graph shows that speed of the object is zero.
Object moving with constant speed:
 The speed of an object is sad to be constant if it covers equal distances in equal intervals of time The distance-time graph is a straight line Its slope gives the speed of the object. Consider two points A and B on the graph
Object moving with variable speed: When an object does not cover equal distances in equal intervals of time then its speed is not constant. In this case the distance-time graph is not a straight line. The slope of the curve at any point can be found from the slope of the tangent at that point.
Q. Discuss Newton's law of motion briely.
 Answer
 About Newton's Law of Motion
 Sir Isaac Newton published his empirical laws of motion in his famous book principia in 1687 These laws hold good for bodies moving with smaller speed compared to the speed of light.
 Newton's First Law of Motion / Law of Inertia Statement
 A body at rest will remain at rest and a body moving with uniform velocity will continue to do so unless unbalanced external force acts on it This is known as first law of inertia
 Inertial frame of reference
 The frame of reference in which Newton s first law holds and acceleration is zero is called internal frame of reference
 Example Earth is approximately an inertial frame of reference Newton's Second Law of Motion
 Statement
 When a force is applied on a body, it produces the acceleration in its own direction The magnitude of acceleration is directly proportional to applied force and inversely proportional to its mass
 Mathematical form F= ma
 Newton's Third Law of Motion
 Action and reaction are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction
Explanation
When two bodies interact with each other then Action and reaction forces act for the same length of time Action and reaction forces never act on the same body Action and reaction forces act on the different body 

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