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# The given graph shows the variation of velocity with displacement. Which one of the graph given below correctly represents the variation of acceleration with displacement?

## The correct answer is:

### The equation from the given graph can be written as,

Substituting from Eq. (i), we get

Thus, graph is a straight line with positive slope and negative intercept.

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### The graph between the displacement and for a particle moving in a straight line is shown in figure. During the interval and the acceleration of the particle is

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Region shows that graph having constant slope velocity is constant. Hence acceleration is zero

Region shows that graph is parallel to time axis velocity is zero. Hence acceleration is zero.

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Region shows that graph bending toward time axis acceleration is negative.

Region shows that graph is parallel to time axis velocity is zero. Hence acceleration is zero.

Region shows that graph is bending towards displacement axis acceleration is positive.

Region shows that graph having constant slope velocity is constant. Hence acceleration is zero

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### What is the equivalent resistance between in the given circuit?

and are in series

are in parallel

and are in series

and are in parallel

and are in series

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are in parallel

and are in series

and are in parallel

and are in series

Now, and are in parallel

### What is the equivalent resistance between in the given circuit?

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and are in series

are in parallel

and are in series

and are in parallel

and are in series

Now, and are in parallel

are in parallel

and are in series

and are in parallel

and are in series

Now, and are in parallel

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### The current in the 1 resistor shown in the circuit is

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Also, R’’=2 +1 =3

From Ohm’s law,

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In the given circuit 4 resistors are connected in parallel, this combination is connected in series with 1 resistance.

Also, R’’=2 +1 =3

From Ohm’s law,

Also, R’’=2 +1 =3

From Ohm’s law,

### The current in the 1 resistor shown in the circuit is

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Resistances 6 and 2 are in parallel

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Now, R’ and 3 are in parallel,

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### A 3 V battery with negligible internal resistance is connected in a circuit as shown in the figure. The current I, in the circuit will be

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The circuit can be shown as given below

The equivalent resistance between D and C.

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Between A and B, the resistance of middle part AOB

Therefore, equivalent resistance between A and B

The equivalent resistance between D and C.

Now, between A and B, the resistance of upper part ADCB,

Between A and B, the resistance of middle part AOB

Therefore, equivalent resistance between A and B

### The equivalent resistance between the points A and B will be (each resistance is

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The circuit can be shown as given below

The equivalent resistance between D and C.

Now, between A and B, the resistance of upper part ADCB,

Between A and B, the resistance of middle part AOB

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The equivalent resistance between D and C.

Now, between A and B, the resistance of upper part ADCB,

Between A and B, the resistance of middle part AOB

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The equivalent circuit is given by

4 and 2 resistances are in series on both sides.

Then 6 and6 resistances are in parallel on both sides

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4 and 2 resistances are in series on both sides.

Then 6 and6 resistances are in parallel on both sides

R=3

### There resistances of 4 each are connected as shown in figure. If the point D divides the resistance into two equal halves, the resistance between points A and D will be

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The equivalent circuit is given by

4 and 2 resistances are in series on both sides.

Then 6 and6 resistances are in parallel on both sides

R=3

4 and 2 resistances are in series on both sides.

Then 6 and6 resistances are in parallel on both sides

R=3

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### Period of is

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### Period of

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