Two pulses of amplitude A each are travelling on a rope and are L apart at a certain moment. Point P is midway between them. L/2V later displacement of P would be |

A) A | B) 2A | C) A/2 | D) 0 |

Two pulses of width L and of amplitude A each are travelling on a rope and are 4L apart at a certain moment. Point P is midway between them. |

A) P starts moving at 3L/2V |

B) P starts moving at 3L/2V, and stops moving after 5L/2V |

C) P reaches its maximum position of 2A at 2L/V |

D) All of these |

Two pulses of width L, and amplitude A each are travelling on a rope and are 4L apart at a certain moment. Point P is midway between them. |

A) P starts moving at 3L/2V |

B) P stops moving at 5L/2V |

C) P does not move at all |

D) duration of motion is undefined |

Two pulses of amplitude A and 2A are travelling on a rope. Point P is midway between them. |

A) displacement of P varies between A and 2A |

B) displacement of P varies between 0 and A |

C) displacement of P varies between 0 and -A |

D) displacement of P varies between -A and 2A |

Two pulses of width L, and amplitude A and 2A are travelling on a rope and are 4L apart at a certain moment. Point P is L/2 away from the leading edge of the left pulse. Displacement of P varies between |

A) +A and +2A | B) 0 and A | C) +2A and –A | D) -A and 2A |

A hypothetical triangular pulse is travelling on a rope to the right towards P. |

A) P moves up at HV/2L and down at HV/L |

B) P moves up at HV/L and down at HV/2L |

C) P moves up and down at HV/L |

D) P moves up and down at HV/2L |

Two triangular pulses of equal height h travelling on a rope reach P simultaneously. L/4V after they arrive at P, displacement of P will be |

A) h | B) 2h | C) h/2 | D) h/4 |

Two triangular pulses of equal height h and width 3L travelling on a rope reach P simultaneously. 2L/V after they arrive at P, displacement of P will be (Peaks of left pulse and the right pulses are L from their left edges) |

A) h | B) 2h | C) 3h/2 | D) h/4 |

2,4,3,2,3,2,1,3