Answer :

The speed of the ball when travelling in the same direction as that of the train is (10+1) m/s = 11 m/s. The speed of the ball just after collision is 9 m/s in the opposite direction. Thus, it changes after the collision. Time taken by the ball travelling from one end to other to collide = 10/1= 10s. Thus, option (b) is correct.


For the first 10 seconds the speed of the ball is 11 m/s. For the next 10 seconds the speed of the ball is 9 m/s. The total distance covered by the ball is 20 m. The total time taken by the ball to do that is 20 seconds. Thus, average speed during these 20 seconds = 1 m will be uniform for every 20 seconds. Thus, option (c) is correct.


The train is not accelerating itself and is moving with a constant speed. It thus acts as an inertial frame of reference. Earth/ground is also an inertial frame of reference. Thus, the acceleration will be same in both the frames. Option (d) is correct.

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