A particle moves with constant speed on a circle in anticlockwise direction as shown in figure
Match column I and with Column II:
ColumnI 
Column II 

(A) 
Angular momentum of the particle about 
(p) 
Is minimum when the particle is at 

(B) 
Angular momentum of the particle about 
(q) 
Is maximum when the particle is at 

(C) 
Angular velocity of the particle about 
(r) 
Does not remain constant 

(D) 
Angular velocity of the particle about 
(s) 
Remains constant 

CODES : 


A 
B 
C 
D 



a) 
D 
b,c 
d 
a,c 



b) 
b 
c 
d 
a 



c) 
a 
b 
c 
d 



d) 
b,a 
c 
d 
a 


A particle moves with constant speed on a circle in anticlockwise direction as shown in figure
Match column I and with Column II:
ColumnI 
Column II 

(A) 
Angular momentum of the particle about 
(p) 
Is minimum when the particle is at 

(B) 
Angular momentum of the particle about 
(q) 
Is maximum when the particle is at 

(C) 
Angular velocity of the particle about 
(r) 
Does not remain constant 

(D) 
Angular velocity of the particle about 
(s) 
Remains constant 

CODES : 


A 
B 
C 
D 



a) 
D 
b,c 
d 
a,c 



b) 
b 
c 
d 
a 



c) 
a 
b 
c 
d 



d) 
b,a 
c 
d 
a 


(a) We know that angular momentum= linear momentum perpendicular distance. So about angular momumtum will remain constant. But about it will keep on changing. It is maximum about when the particle is at , because then the perpendicular distance is maximum We know that angular velocity . So about angular velocity will remain constant. But about it will keep on changing. It is a minimum about when the particle is at , because then the perpendicular distance is maximum 
Complete the given number/letter analogy, by choosing the correct answer from the given alternatives.
V B R M T H : E O I Z G U : : P F X L W A : ? 

(a) 
K S C Y D N 
(b) 
K S X C W N 
(c) 
K F C Y W Z 
(d) 
K F X C D Z 
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