Hi Class XI Students!

The following portions are very much essential for obtaining a pass mark in class XI. So please read the portions from your text book well and try to answer the questions which can be asked from them.

- Uses of dimensional analysis
- Types of errors and propagation off errors
- derivation of equations of uniformly accelerated motion graphically.
- Derive expression for the trajectory of a projectile (or show that the trajectory of a projectile is a parabola.
- Derive expression for the horizontal range, time of flight and max. height of a projectile motion
- Derive expression for centripetal acceleration of a body in uniform circular motion.
- State the laws of motion
- Derive F = ma
- Law of conservation of momentum and its applications
- Impulse – momentum principle and its applications
- Laws of friction
- Motion of connected systems and expression for T and a
- Banking of roads at curves
- Max safe speed of a car on a level road at curve and on a banked road.
- Work energy theorem and applications
- Potential energy of a spring
- Law of conservation of energy and applications
- Derive expression for the velocities after collision when two bodies collide elastically when moving in one dimension
- Theorems of moment of inertia and applications
- Derive expression for torque
- Derive an expression for rotational kinetic energy
- Law of conservation of angular momentum and applications
- Radius of Gyration
- Keplers laws of planetary motion.
- Escape Velocity
- Orbital velocity
- Geostationary or geosynchronousÂ satellitesÂ their height from surface of earth and orbital speed
- Variation of acceleration due to gravity with height (altitude) and depth
- Hooke’s law
- Stress vs strain graph
- Youngs modulus, bulk modulud and modulus of rigidity
- Types of strain and stress
- Pascal’s law and its applications
- State and prove bernoulli’s theorem and discuss the applications
- Torricellis theorem and its proof using Bernoulli’s theorem
- Theory of Venturimeter.
- Stokes law and expression for terminal velocity
- Derive expression for excess pressure inside a liquid drop.
- Capillarity and expression for capillary ascent (Capillary ascent formula)
- Thermal stress
- Thermal expansion and its applications
- Thermal conductivity
- Wien’s displacement law in nradiation
- Black body radiation
- Ferri’s black body
- Kaws of thermodynamics
- Carnot’s heat engine construction and working
- Carnot’s cycle
- efficiency of carnot engine
- carnot’s theorem
- carnot’s refigerator
- Specific heat of gases
- Mayer’s relation
- SHM
- Show that the oscillations of a loaded spring and those of a simple pendulum are simple harmnonic, Derive expression for their time periods.
- Derive expression for the KE, PE and total energy of the oscillations of a loaded spring and express them graphically
- Free, forced, damped vibrations and resonance
- Doppler effect
- Beats and applications

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