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About Physics Syllabus of Class 11
CBSE Class 11 Physics Syllabus is a vast which needs a clear understanding of the concepts and topics. Knowing CBSE Class 11 Physics syllabus helps students to understand the course structure of Physics for the academic year. Going through the syllabus, CBSE Class 11 students get to know what they have to study, marks distribution for each unit and time duration of the same. Based on that, they can easily plan easily their study schedule. Students must follow the CBSE Class 11 Physics syllabus as the final exam question paper will be framed according to it.
Detailed NCERT Syllabus for Class 11 Physics of chapter Motion In A Straight Line
Elementary concepts of differentiation and integration for describing motion, uniform and non- uniform motion, average speed and instantaneous velocity, uniformly accelerated motion, velocity – time and position-time graphs. Relations for uniformly accelerated motion (graphical methods).
After studying this chapter students will be able to :
Introduction, Position, path length and displacement, Average velocity and average
speed, Instantaneous velocity and speed, Acceleration, Kinematic equations for
uniformly accelerated motion, Relative velocity.
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- DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISTANCE & DISPLACEMENT
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- Long Answer Questions [5 Marks]
- CHAPTER TEST
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QUIZ OF CHAPTER : Motion In A Straight Line
- UNIFORM MOTION
- NON UNIFORM MOTION
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Motion In A Straight Line
- DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISTANCE & DISPLACEMENT
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Tips & Tricks For CBSE Board & JEE Exams of Chapter Motion In A Straight Line
- During translational motion of the body, there is change in the location of the body.
- During rotational motion of the body, there is change in the orientation of the body, while there is no change in the location of the body from the axis of rotation.
- A point object is just a mathematical point. This concept is introduced to study the motion of a body in a simple manner.
- The choice of the origin is purely arbitrary.
- For one dimensional motion the angle between acceleration and velocity is either 0° or 180° and it does not change with time.
- For two dimensional motion, the angle between acceleration and velocity is other than 0° or 180° and also it may change with time.
- If the angle between a and v is 90°, the path of the particle is a circle.
- The particle speed up, that is the speed of the particle increases when the angle between a and v lies between –90° and +90°.
- The particle speeds down, that is the speed of the particle decreases, when the angle between a and v lies between +90° and 270°.
- The speed of the particle remains constant when the angle between a and v is equal to 90°.
- The distance covered by a particle never decreases with time, it always increases.
- Displacement of a particle is the unique path between the initial and final positions of the particle. It may or may not be the actually travelled path of the particle.
- Displacement of a particle gives no information regarding the nature of the path followed by the particle.
- Magnitude of displacement Distance covered.
- Since distance |Displacement|, so average speed of a body is equal or greater than the magnitude of the average velocity of the body.
- The average speed of a body is equal to its instantaneous speed if the body moves with a constant speed
- No force is required to move the body or an object with uniform velocity.
- Velocity of the body is positive, if it moves to the right side of the origin. Velocity is negative if the body moves to the left side of the origin.
- When a particle returns to the starting point, its displacement is zero but the distance covered is not zero.
- When a body reverses its direction of motion while moving along a straight line, then the distance travelled by the body is greater than the magnitude of the displacement of the body. In this case, average speed of the body is greater than its average velocity.
- Speedometer measures the instantaneous speed of a vehicle.
- Velocity of a particle having uniform motion = slope of displacement–time graph.
- Greater the slope of displacement-time graph, greater is the velocity and vice-versa.
- Area under v – t graph = displacement of the particle.
- Slope of velocity-time graph = acceleration.
- A body moving with a velocity u is stopped by application of brakes after covering a distance s. If the same body moves with velocity nu and same braking force is applied on it then it will come to rest after covering a distance of ns.
- The body returns to its point of projection with the same magnitude of the velocity with which it was thrown vertically upward, provided air resistance is neglected.
- All bodies fall freely with the same acceleration.
- The acceleration of the falling bodies does not depend on the mass of the body.
- If two bodies are dropped from the same height, they reach the ground in the same time and with the same velocity.
- If a body is thrown upwards with velocity u from the top of a tower and another body is thrown downwards from the same point and with the same velocity, then both reach the ground with the same speed.
- When a particle returns to the starting point, its average velocity is zero but the average speed is not zero.
- Suppose a body is projected upwards from the ground and with the velocity u. It is assumed that the friction of the air is negligible. The characteristics of motion of such a body are as follows.
(i) The maximum height attained = H = u2/2g.
(ii) Time taken to go up (ascent) = Time taken to come down (descent) = t = u/g.
(iii) Time of flight T = 2t = 2u/g.
(iv) The speed of the body on return to the ground = speed with which it was thrown upwards.
(v) When the height attained is not large, that is u is not large, the mass, the weight as well as the acceleration remain constant with time. But its speed, velocity, momentum, potential energy and kinetic energy change with time.
Frequently Asked Questions On Structure of Atom
What is Rest and Motion ?
If a body does not change its position as time passes with respect to frame of reference, it is said to be at rest. And if a body changes its position as time passes with respect to frame of reference, it is said to be in motion.
Frame of Reference : It is a system to which a set of coordinates are attached and with reference to which observer describes any event.
A passenger standing on platform observes that a tree on a platform is at rest. But the same passenger passing away in a train through station, observes that tree is in motion. In both conditions observer is right. But observations are different because in first situation observer stands on a platform, which is reference frame at rest and in second situation observer moving in train, which is reference frame in motion.
So rest and motion are relative terms. It depends upon the frame of references.
What is Distance ?
(1) Distance : It is the actual length of the path covered by a moving particle in a given interval of time.
(ii) Distance is a scalar quantity.
(iii) Unit : metre (S.I.)
What is Displacement ?
Displacement is the change in position vector i.e., A vector joining initial to final position.
(i) Displacement is a vector quantity
(ii) Unit : metre (S.I.)
Comparison between distance and displacement
(i) The magnitude of displacement is equal to minimum possible distance between two positions. So distance |Displacement|.
(ii) For a moving particle distance can never be negative or zero while displacement can be.
(zero displacement means that body after motion has came back to initial position)
i.e., Distance > 0 but Displacement > = or < 0
(iii) For motion between two points, displacement is single valued while distance depends on actual path and so can have many values.
(iv) For a moving particle distance can never decrease with time while displacement can. Decrease in displacement with time means body is moving towards the initial position.
(v) In general, magnitude of displacement is not equal to distance. However, it can be so if the motion is along a straight line without change in direction.
What is Speed ?
The rate of distance covered with time is called speed.
(i) It is a scalar quantity having symbol .
(ii) Unit : metre/second (S.I.), cm/second (C.G.S.)
What is Uniform speed ?
When a particle covers equal distances in equal intervals of time, (no matter how small the intervals are) then it is said to be moving with uniform speed. In given illustration motorcyclist travels equal distance (= 5m) in each second. So we can say that particle is moving with uniform speed of 5 m/s.
What is Non-uniform (variable) speed ?
In non-uniform speed particle covers unequal distances in equal intervals of time. In the given illustration motorcyclist travels 5m in 1st second, 8m in 2nd second, 10m in 3rd second, 4m in 4th second etc.
Therefore its speed is different for every time interval of one second. This means particle is moving with variable speed.
What is Average speed ?
The average speed of a particle for a given ‘Interval of time’ is defined as the ratio of total distance travelled to the time taken.
What Instantaneous speed ?
It is the speed of a particle at a particular instant of time. When we say ‚speed‛, it usually means instantaneous speed. The instantaneous speed is average speed for infinitesimally small time interval
What is Velocity ?
The rate of displacement covered with time is called speed.
(i) It is a vector quantity having symbol v .
(ii) Unit : metre/second (S.I.), cm/second (C.G.S.)
What is Uniform velocity ?
When a particle covers equal displacement in equal intervals of time, (no matter how small the intervals are) then it is said to be moving with uniform velocity. In given illustration motorcyclist travels equal distance (= 5m) in each second. So we can say that particle is moving with uniform velocity of 5 m/s.
What is Non-uniform (variable) velocity ?
In non-uniform velocity particle covers unequal displacements in equal intervals of time. In the given illustration motorcyclist travels 5m in 1st second, 8m in 2nd second, 10m in 3rd second, 4m in 4th second etc.
Therefore its velocity is different for every time interval of one second. This means particle is moving with variable velocity.
What is Average velocity ?
The average velocity of a particle for a given ‘Interval of time’ is defined as the ratio of total displacement travelled to the time taken.
What Instantaneous velocity ?
It is the velocity of a particle at a particular instant of time. When we say ‚speed‛, it usually means instantaneous velocity. The instantaneous velocity is average speed for infinitesimally small time interval.
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