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Gravitation Topic is a fundamental concept that has been studied for centuries. It is a force that exists between any two objects in the universe, and it governs the motion of planets, stars, and galaxies. In the context of Class 9 Physics, the study of gravitation introduces students to the basic principles of the force, its effects on objects, and its application in various scenarios. Let us see some Numericals Practice Questions of this capter.
Q1. Let us find force of attraction between two block lying 1m apart. Let the mass of each block is 40 kg.
Sol. The force of attraction between two objects with mass is governed by Newton's law of universal gravitation. The formula for the force of attraction (gravitational force) between two objects is:
F = (G * m_{1} * m_{2}) / r^{2}
Where:
F is the gravitational force.
G is the universal gravitational constant (6.67430 x 10^{11} N·m^{2}/kg^{2}).
m_{1} and m_{2} are the masses of the two objects.
r is the distance between the centers of the two objects.
In your case, both blocks have a mass of 40 kg each, and they are lying 1 meter apart. So, m_{1} = 40 kg, m_{2} = 40 kg, and r = 1 m.
Now, plug these values into the formula to calculate the force of attraction: F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} N·m^{2}/kg^{2} * 40 kg * 40 kg) / (1 m)^{2}
Let's calculate it step by step:
So, the force of attraction between the two 40 kg blocks lying 1 meter apart is approximately 1.067888 x 10^{6} N.
Q2. The gravitational force between two object is 49 N. How much distance between these objects be decreased so that the force between them becomes double?
Sol. Step1 : Here, F = 49 N
Let r = original distance between the objects.
m_{1} and m_{2} = masses of the objects
F = G m_{1} × m_{2}/r² …(1)
Let new distance is R and then force is 2F,
We get, 2F = G m_{1} × m_{2}/R²…(2)
Dividing equation (2) by (1)
2 = r²/R²
R² = r²/2
R = r/√2
Hence decrease in distance = rr/√2 = r (√2  1)/√2
Q3. Two bodies A and B having masses 2 kg and 4 kg respectively are seperated by 2m. Where should a body of mass 1 kg be placed so that the gravitational force on this body due to bodies A and B is zero?
Sol. Let a body of mass 1 kg be placed at point P at a distance x from body A. Therefore, the distance of mass 1 kg from a body B = (2 x) m.
Gravitaional force on 1 kg due to body A is given by
F = N(along PA) = N (along PA)
Gravitational force on 1 kg due to body B is
F' = N (along PB).
Since gravitational force on 1 kg due to bodies A and B is zero, therefore,
F = F ' or (2 x)^{2} 2x^{2} or (2 x) = x = 1.414 x
or 2.414 x = 2 or x = 0.83 m.
Q4. Calculate the force of gravitation due to a child of mass 25 kg on his fat mother of mass 75 kg if the distance between their centres is 1m from each other. Given G = (20/3) × 10^{}^{11} Nm^{2} kg^{}^{2}.
Sol. Here m_{1} = 25 kg ; m_{2} = 75 kg ; d = 1 m ; G = 20/3 × 10^{}^{11} Nm^{2} kg^{}^{2}
Using F = Gm_{1}m_{2}/d^{2}
F = 20/3 x 10^{11} x 75 x 25
F = 12,500 × 10^{}^{11}
or F = 1.25 × 10^{}^{7} N
Q5. A boy drops a stone from the edge of the roof. If passes a window 2m high in 0.1s. How far is the roof above the top of the window ?
Sol. Let a stone be dropped from the edge of the roof A. Let it passes over B with a velocity say u. Consider motion BC.
u = ?, a = 9.8 ms^{_2} ; s = h = 2m ; t = 0.1 s
Using s = ut gt^{2}, we have
2 = u(0.1) × 9.8 (0.1)^{2}
2 = 0.1u 0.049
0.1u = 2 / 0.049
or u = = 19.51 ms^{_1}
This initial velocity at B in motion BC is the final velocity in motion AB. Considering motion AB, we have
u = 0 ; v = 19.51 ms^{_1} ; s = ? ; a = 9.8 ms^{_2}
Using v^{2}  u^{2} = 2as, we have
(19.51)^{2}  (0)^{2} = 2 × 9.8 s
or s = 19.4 m
Roof is 19.4 m above the window.
Q6. A ball thrown up is caught by the thrower after 4 s. With what velocity was it thrown up? How high did it go? Where was it after 3 s ? (g = 9.8 m s^{_2})
Sol. Since the time of going up is the same as that of commg down, therefore time of going up = 4/2 = 2s. Let it starts upward with velocity u.
Here u = ?; a =  9.8 m s^{_2} ; t = 2s; v = 0 (at the top); s = h
Using v = u at
or 0 = u _ 9.8 × 2
or u = 19.6 m s^{_1}
Again v^{2}  u^{2} = 2as
0  (19.6)^{2} = 2 (9.8) h
h = 19.6 m
After 2s, it starts coming downwards (starting with u = 0). Considering downward motion.
u = 0; a = 9.8 m s^{_2}; t = 3  2 = 1s; s = ?
s = ut at^{2}
or s = 0 × 9.8 (1)^{2} = 4.9 m from top.
Q7. Coconut is hanging on a tree at a height of 15 m from the ground. A boy launches a projectile vertically upwards with a velocity of 20 m s^{_1}. After what time the projectile pass by coconut? Explain the two answers in this problem.
Sol. Here u = 20 m s^{_1}; a =  10 m s^{_2}; s = 15 m ; t = ?
Using s = ut at^{2}, we have
15 = 20t (10) t^{2}
Dividing throughout by 5, we have
3 = 4t  t^{2}
or t^{2} 4t 3 = 0
or (t  1) (t  3) =t  1 = 0 or t = 1s
or t 3 = 0 or t = 3s
After 1s, it will cross coconut while going up and after 3 s while coming down.
Q8. Fig. (a) shows how to calculate pressure exerted by a brick of mass 3 kg : (a) when standing on end; (b) when lying flat. The total force or thrust exerted is the same in both the cases.
Sol. In Fig. (a), A_{1} = 5 cm × 10 cm = 50 cm^{2} = 50 × 10^{_4} m^{2} and
F_{1} = 3 kg wt = 3 kg × 10 m/s^{2} = 30 N
Thus, pressure exerted, P_{1} = = 6 × 10^{3} N/m^{2} = 6 × 10^{3} Pa
In Fig. (b), A_{2} = 10 cm × 20 cm = 200 cm^{2} = 200 × 10^{_4} m^{2} and
F_{2} = 3 kg wt = 3 kg × 10 m/s^{2} = 30 N
Thus, pressure exerted, P_{2} = = 1·5 × 10^{3} N/m^{2} = 1·5 × 10^{3} Pa
Q9. What is the force of gravitation between two point masses of 1 kg and 2 kg kept 1 m apart?
Sol.
To calculate the gravitational force (F) between two point masses (m1 and m2) separated by a distance (r), use the formula:
F = (G * m_{1} * m_{2}) / (r^{2})
Where:
Here, m_{1} = 1 kg, m_{2} = 2 kg, and r = 1 m. G is also provided.
Now, substitute these values into the formula to calculate the gravitational force:
F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2} * 1 kg * 2 kg) / (1 m^{2})
First, calculate the product of the masses: m_{1} * m_{2} = 1 kg * 2 kg = 2 kg^{2}
Now, calculate the force: F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2} * 2 kg^{2}) / (1 m^{2})
Next, simplify: F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2} * 2 kg^{2}) / (1 m^{2})
Now, perform the calculation: F = 6.67430 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2} * 2 kg^{2}
Now, multiply the constants: F = 13.34860 x 10^{11 }Nm^{2}/kg^{2}
So, the gravitational force between the two point masses of 1 kg and 2 kg, kept 1 meter apart, is approximately 13.34860 x 10^{11 }Nm^{2}/kg^{2}
Q10. Calculate the force of gravitation between the Earth and the sun. Mass of Earth = 6 × 10^{24} kg, Mass of Sun = 2 × 10^{30} kg. The average distance between the two is 1.5 × 10^{11}m.
Sol. To calculate the gravitational force (F) between the Earth and the Sun, we can use Newton's law of universal gravitation, which is given by the formula:
F = (G * m_{1} * m_{2}) / (r^{2})
Where:
Now, substitute these values into the formula to calculate the gravitational force:
F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2}* 6 x 10^{24} kg * 2 x 10^{30} kg) / (1.5 x 10^{11} m)^{2}
First, calculate the product of the masses: m_{1} * m_{2} =6 x 10^{24} kg * 2 x 10^{30} kg = 1.2 x 10^{55} kg^{2}
Now, calculate the force: F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2} * 1.2 x 10^{55} kg^{2}) / (1.5 x 10^{11} m)^{2}
Next, simplify: F = (6.67430 x 10^{11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2} * 1.2 x 10^{55} kg^{2}) / (1.5 x 10^{11} m)^{2}
Now, perform the calculation: F = (8.00916 x 10^{43} Nm^{2}) / (2.25 x 10^{22} m^{2})
Now, divide to get the value of F: F = 3.5596296 x 10^{21} N
So, the gravitational force between the Earth and the Sun is approximately 3.5596296 x 10^{21} Newtons.
Q11. Write down the expression for acceleration experienced by a particle on the surface of the moon due to gravitational force on the moon. Find the ratio of this acceleration to that experienced by the same particle on the surface of the earth. If the acceleration due to gravity on the earth is 9.8 ms^{_2}, what is the acceleration of a particle on the moon's surface? Mass of moon = 7.3 × 10^{22} kg; Mass of Earth = 6 × 10^{24} kg. Radius of moon= 1.74 × 10^{6} m, Radius of earth = 6.4 × 10^{6} m.
Sol. The expression for acceleration (am) experienced by a particle on the surface of the Moon due to the gravitational force on the Moon can be calculated using Newton's law of universal gravitation:
a_{m} = (G * Mm) / (Rm^2)
Where:
Now, let's calculate a_{m}:
a_{m} = (6.67430 x 10^11 Nm^2/kg^2 * 7.3 x 10^22 kg) / (1.74 x 10^6 m)^2
First, calculate the product of the constants:
G * M_{m} = (6.67430 x 10^11 Nm^2/kg^2) * (7.3 x 10^22 kg)
Now, calculate R_{m}^2:
(1.74 x 10^6 m)^2 = 3.0276 x 10^12 m^2
Now, calculate a_{m}:
a_{m} = (6.67430 x 10^11 Nm^2/kg^2 * 7.3 x 10^22 kg) / (3.0276 x 10^12 m^2)
Now, perform the calculation:
a_{m} ≈ 1.625 m/s^2
So, the acceleration experienced by a particle on the surface of the Moon (a_{m}) is approximately 1.625 m/s^2.
To find the ratio of this acceleration to that experienced by the same particle on the surface of the Earth, we can use the same formula for acceleration (ae) on the Earth's surface:
a_{e} = (G * Me) / (Re^2)
Where:
Now, let's calculate a_{e}:
a_{e} = (6.67430 x 10^11 Nm^2/kg^2 * 6 x 10^24 kg) / (6.4 x 10^6 m)^2
First, calculate the product of the constants:
G * M_{e} = (6.67430 x 10^11 Nm^2/kg^2) * (6 x 10^24 kg)
Now, calculate R_{e}^2:
(6.4 x 10^6 m)^2 = 4.096 x 10^13 m^2
Now, calculate ae:
a_{e} = (6.67430 x 10^11 Nm^2/kg^2 * 6 x 10^24 kg) / (4.096 x 10^13 m^2)
Now, perform the calculation:
a_{e} ≈ 9.81 m/s^2
So, the acceleration experienced by a particle on the surface of the Earth (ae) is approximately 9.81 m/s^2.
Now, to find the ratio of am to ae:
am / ae ≈ 1.625 m/s^2 / 9.81 m/s^2 ≈ 0.1656
Therefore, the ratio of the acceleration on the surface of the Moon to that on the surface of the Earth is approximately 0.1656.
g_{m} =0.16 × g_{E}_{ }= 0.16 × 9.8 = 1.57 ms^{_2}
Q12. Find the value of acceleration due to gravity at a height of (a) 6400 km, (b) 12,800 km from the surface of the earth. Radius of earth is 6400 km.
Sol.
We know that the acceleration due to gravity at the surface of the Earth is 9.8 m/s².
To find the value of acceleration due to gravity at a height of 6400 km above the surface of the Earth, we can use the formula:
g' = (g*R^2) / (r + h)^2
where g is the acceleration due to gravity at the surface of the Earth (9.8 m/s²), R is the radius of the Earth (6400 km), r is the distance from the center of the Earth (also 6400 km), and h is the height above the surface of the Earth.
(a) When h = 6400 km:
g' = (9.8*6400^2) / (6400+6400)^2 = 2.45 m/s²
Therefore, the acceleration due to gravity at a height of 6400 km above the surface of the Earth is 2.45 m/s².
(b) When h = 12800 km:
g' = (9.8*6400^2) / (6400+12800)^2 = 0.61 m/s²
Therefore, the acceleration due to gravity at a height of 12800 km above the surface of the Earth is 0.61 m/s².
Q13. A particle is thrown up vertically with a velocity of 50 m/s. (a) What will be its velocity at the highest point of its journey? (b) How high would the particle rise? (c) What time would it take to reach the highest point.
Sol. At the highest point the velocity will be zero.
Considering activity A to B
Using v = u at
0 = 50 9.8 × t
t = 5.1 s
Also v^{2}  u^{2} = 2as
0^{2} (50)^{2} = 2 (9.8) × s
5 = 127.5 m
Q14. With reference to the above sample problem, (a) Find the time the particle takes from the highest point back to the initial point (b) Find the velocity with which the particle reaches the initial point.
Sol. The data is given in the adjacent figure. Considering activity B to A
Using v^{2 } u^{2} = 2as
v^{2}  0^{2} = 5(9.8)(127.5)
v = 50 m/s
Also v = u at
50 = 0 9.8 (t)
t = 5.1 s
Q15. A ball is dropped from the top of a tower 40 m high. What is its velocity when it has covered 20 m ? What would be its velocity when it hits the ground? Take g= 10 m/s^{2}.
Sol. Let the point B be at a height of 20 m.
Activity from A to B :
u_{1} = 0, a_{1} = 10 ms^{_2}, s_{1} = 20 m, v_{1} = ?
v_{1}^{2}  u_{1}^{2} = 2a_{1}s_{1}
v_{1}^{2}  0^{2} = 2 (10) (20)
v_{1}^{2} =20^{2}
v_{1} = 20 m/s
Activity from A to C : C is a point on the ground
u_{2} = 0, a_{2} = 10 ms^{_2}, s_{2} = 40 m, v_{2} = ?
v^{2}_{2}  u_{2}^{2} = 2a_{2}s_{2}
v_{2}^{2}  0^{2} = 2 (10) (40)
v_{2}^{2} = 800
v_{2} = 28.28 ms^{_1}
Q16. A body is thrown up with a speed 29.4 ms^{_1}.
(a) What is its speed after (i) t = 1 s, (ii) t = 2 s and (iii) t = 3 s.
(b) What is its height after (i) t = 1 s, (ii) t = 2 s and (iii) t = 3 s.
Sol. (a) (i) u = 29.4 ms^{_1}, a = 9.8 ms^{_2}, t_{1} = 1 s, v_{1} = ?
v_{1} = u at_{1}
= 29.4 (9.8) x 1 = 19.6 ms^{_1}
(ii) u = 29.4 ms, a = 9.8 ms^{_2}, t_{2} = 2 s, v_{2} = ?
v_{2} = u at_{2}
= 29.4 (_9.8) × 2 = 9.8 ms^{_1}
(iii) u = 29.4 ms^{_1}, a = 9.8 ms^{_2}, t_{3} = 3 s, v_{3} = ?
v_{3} = u at_{3}
= 29.4 (_9.8) × 3 = 0
(b) (i) u = 29.4 ms^{_1}, a = 9.8 ms^{_2}, s_{1} = h_{1} , t_{1} = 1s
h_{1} = ut_{1} at_{1}^{2} =29.4 × 1 (9.8) × 1 =24.5m
(ii) u = 29.4 ms^{_1}, a = 9.8 ms^{_2}, s_{2} = h_{2}, t_{2} = 2 s
h_{2} = ut_{2} at_{2}^{2} = 29.4 × 2 (9.8) × 2^{2} = 39.2 m
(iii) u = 29.4 ms^{_1}, a = 9.8 ms^{_2}, s_{3} = h_{3}, t_{3} = 3 s
h_{3} = ut_{3} at_{3}^{2} = 29.4 x 3 (9.8) × 3^{2} = 44.1 m
Q17. What is the weight of a person whose mass is 50 kg.
Sol. The weight of the person
W = mg = 50 x 9.8 = 490 N
Note: The gravitational unit of force is kgf (kilogram force) or kgwt (kilogram weight) 1 kgwt = 9.8 N = 1 kgf
490 N = 50 kgf
Q18. Weight of a girl is 294 N. Find her mass.
Sol. Weight (W) = Mass (m) × Acceleration due to gravity (g)
Given that the weight of the girl is 294 N and the acceleration due to gravity on Earth is approximately 9.81 m/s², you can rearrange the formula to solve for mass (m):
m = W / g
Substitute the values:
m = 294 N / 9.81 m/s²
Now, calculate the mass:
m ≈ 29.96 kg
So, the mass of the girl is approximately 29.96 kilograms.
Q19. Weight of an object is 294 N on the surface of the earth. What is its weight at a height of 200 km from the surface of the earth. Radius of the earth= 6400 km.
Sol. Weight at a height of 200 km
W_{h} = mg
Here mg = 294 N, R = 6400 km, h= 200 km
W_{h} = 294
= 276.45 N
Note: Weight decreases with increase of height from the surface of the earth.
Q20. The gravitational force between two objects is F. How will this force change when
(i) distance between them is reduced to half ?
(ii) the mass of each object is quadrupled ?
Sol. (i) According to Newton's law of gravitation, gravitational force F between two objects distance r apart is
When distance between them is reduced to half, i.e., r' = r/2, the force,
Thus, F' = 4F
i.e., force becomes 4 times its previous value. "
(ii) Again, according to Newton's law of gravitation, the gravitational force F between two objects of masses m_{1} and m_{2} is
F µ m_{1}m_{2}
When mass of each object is quadrupled,
m'_{1} = 4m_{1}
and m'_{2} = 4m_{2}
The force, F ' µ m'_{1}m'_{2}
or F' = 16 F
i.e., force becomes 16 times its previous value.
Q21. A sphere of mass 40 kg is attracted by a second sphere of mass 15 kg when their centres are 20 cm apart, with a force of 0·1 milligram weight. Calculate the value of gravitational constant.
Sol. Here, m_{1} = 40 kg, m_{2} = 15 kg
From r = 20cm =2 × 10^{_1} m
F = 0·1 milligram weight = 0·1 × 10^{_3} gram weight
= 10^{_4} × 10^{_3} kg wt = 10^{_7} × 9·8 N (1 kg wt = 9.8 N)
From G = 6·53 × 10^{_11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2}
Q22. Calculate the force of gravity acting on your friend of mass 60 kg. Given mass of earth = 6 x 1024 kg and radius of Earth = 6·4 x 10^{6} m.
Sol. Here, m = 60 kg, M = 6 × 10^{24} kg
R = 6·4 × 10^{6} m, F = ?
G = 6·67 × 10^{_11} Nm^{2}/kg^{2}
Thus, F = 58·62 N
Q23. A particle is thrown up vertically with a velocity of 50 m/s. What will be its velocity at the highest point of the journey? How high would the particle rise ? What time would it take to reach the highest point? Take g = 10 m/s^{2}.
Sol. Here, initial velocity, u = 50 m/s
final velocity, v = ?
height covered, h = ?
time taken, t = ?
g = 10 m/s^{2}
At the highest point, final velocity v = 0
From v^{2}  u^{2} = 2 gh, where g =  10 m/s^{2} for upward journey,
0  (50)^{2} = 2 (10) h
h = 125 m
From v = u gt,
or 0 = 50 (10) t
t = 50/10 = 5 s
Q24. A force of 15 N is uniformly distributed over an area of 150 m^{2}. Find the pressure in pascals.
Sol.
Pressure (P) = Force (F) / Area (A)
Given:
Now, simply plug these values into the formula: P = 15 N / 150 m²
Now, calculate the pressure: P = 0.1 Pa
So, the pressure is 0.1 Pascals (Pa).
Q25. How much force should be applied on an area of 1 cm^{2} to get a pressure of 15 Pa?
Sol. Here, area, A = 1 cm^{2} = 10^{_4} m^{2}
pressure, P = 15 Pa = 15 N/m^{2}
As P = , F = P × A = (15 N/m^{2}) × (10^{_4} m^{2}) = 1·5 x 10^{_3} N
Q26. A block weighing 1·0 kg is in the shape of a cube of length 10 cm. It is kept on a horizontal table. Find the pressure on the portion of the table where the block is kept.
Sol. Given:
First, calculate the force (weight) of the block: Weight (F) = m * g
F = 1.0 kg * 9.81 m/s² ≈ 9.81 N
Now, calculate the area (A) of the bottom face of the cube:
A = Length (L) * Width (W)
A = 0.1 m * 0.1 m = 0.01 m²
Now, calculate the pressure (P):
P = F / A
P = 9.81 N / 0.01 m²
P = 981 Pascals (Pa)
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(A) Attraction between two planets (p) gravity
(B) Attraction between a body and a planet (q) weightlessness
(C) Free fall (r) gravitational force
(D) Weight (s) gravitation
Q2. CloumnI ColumnII
(A) A body falling freely (p) displacement
(B) Distance with direction (q) velocity
(C) Speed with direction (r) acceleration
(D) Rate of change of velocity (s) uniformly accelerated motion
Q3. CloumnI ColumnII
(A) Wide straps of school bags (p) motion of planets around the sun.
(B) Archimedes principle (q) weight of an object
(C) Gravitational force (r) submarine
(D) Upthrust (s) balloons
(t) to reduce pressure
Q4. CloumnI ColumnII
(A) Loss in weight (p) gravitational force
(B) Motion of moon around the earth (q) upthrust
(C) Airship (r) increasing pressure
(D) Sharp tip of a needle (s) archimedes principle
(t) centripetal force
1. The force of attraction between two bodies is called gravity.
2. The value of G depends upon the mass of two objects.
3. If a spring balance, holding a heavy object is released, it will read zero weight.
4. The value of G is high if the radius of the body is more and less if radius is less.
5. The centre of mass and centre of gravity for a small body lie at the same point.
6. The gravitational force between two bodies changes if a material body is placed between them.
7. The acceleration of a body thrown up is numerically the same as the acceleration of a downward falling body but opposite is sign.
8. The value of g is zero at the centre of the earth.
9. The inertia of an object depends upon its mass.
10. All objects attract each other along the line joining their centre of mass.
11. Acceleration due to gravity, g = , where symbols have their usual meanings.
12. Archimedes' principle does not apply to gases.
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2. .................... is the force of attraction between a body and a planet.
3. Acceleration due to gravity .................... with height from the surface of the earth.
4. Acceleration due to gravity .................... with depth from the surface of the earth.
5. Acceleration due to gravity is a maximum at the ....................
6. .................... of a body changes from place to place but its .................... remains constant.
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10. A fish .................... by squeezing out air, from its ....................
11. When a body is partly or wholly immersed in a .................... , it experience an ....................
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3. (A ® t), (B ® r, s), (C ® p, q) (D ® r, s) 4. (A ® q, s), (B ® p,t), (C ® q, s), (D ® r)
1. False 2. False 3. True 4. True 5. True 6. False 7. True
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