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Moving Things Around Us

Motion and Measurement of Distances
Physics
Class 6

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Which of the following is true

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In the given figure, find the speed of pulley P.

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A balloon is rising with constant acceleration . Two stones are released from the balloon at the interval of . Find out the distance between the two stones . after the release of second stone.

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A person walks up a stalled escalator in second. When standing on the same escalator, now moving, he is carried in second. The time it would take him to walk up the moving escalator will be:

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An airport terminal has a moving sidewalk to speed passengers through a long corridor. Larry does not use the moving sidewalk; he takes to walk through the corridor. Curly, who simply stands on the moving sidewalk, covers the same distance in . Moe boards the sidewalk and walks along it. How long does Moe take to move through the corridor? Assume that Larry and Moe walk at the same speed.

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At the instant, when the line joining locations of and is perpendicular to the line joining locations of and , what are the magnitudes of velocities of relative to and respectively?

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Two cars are moving in the same direction with a speed of 30 . They are separated from each other by 5 km. Third car moving in the opposite direction meets the two cars after an interval of 4 minutes. What is the speed of the third car?

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A boat is moving with uniform velocity pulling a water skier with the help of a tug-rope of length . To increase his speed the water skier tilts the skies slightly away from the direction of motion of the boat. As he does so, the tug rope rotates. What is the speed of the skier with respect to the ground and angular velocity of the rope, when and ?

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Choose the correct statement:

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A person standing on the escalator takes time to reach the top of a tower when the escalator is moving. He takes time  to reach the top of the tower when the escalator is standing. How long will he take if he walks up a moving escalator?

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