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Chapter wise solutions to H C Verma’s Concepts of Physics Part 1

Problems from H C Verma‘s Concepts of Physics is considered a must work out assignment by most of the IIT aspirants.

Here you can find the solutions to the problems chapterwise. The downloads are based on the old edition of HC Verma’s Concepts of Physics. In case the book is revised, the answers and solutions may not match. Students will have to use your senses to find out. We cannot reproduce the questions for reasons known to all.

If you donot have a copy of HC Verma’s concepts of Physics, Buy it here at the lowest price.

The solutions can be downloaded in pdf format by clicking on the links below.

  1. CHAPTER 1
  2. CHAPTER 2
  3. CHAPTER 3
  4. CHAPTER 4
  5. CHAPTER 5
  6. CHAPTER 6
  7. CHAPTER 7
  8. CHAPTER 8
  9. CHAPTER 9
  10. CHAPTER 10
  11. CHAPTER 11
  12. CHAPTER 12
  13. CHAPTER 13
  14. CHAPTER 14
  15. CHAPTER 15
  16. CHAPTER 16
  17. CHAPTER 17
  18. CHAPTER 18
  19. CHAPTER 19
  20. CHAPTER 20
  21. CHAPTER 21
  22. CHAPTER 22

SEE PART TWO FOR MORE

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    1. kuldeep says:

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    In volume 1, chapter 3, problem no 31, why is the intial velocity of the elevator taken as zero?

    1. jadu says:

      because the elevator starts its motion at the moment when the coin is dropped. we consider the motion of elevator when coin is dropped.therefore u of both elevator and coin is taken zero.

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    3. SRAVAN says:

      BECAUSE IT JUST STARTS FROM REST .

    4. Mustafa says:

      please read the question once again. coin is dropped when elevator just starts.
      therfore u=0.

    5. xyz says:

      initial velocity of elevator is taken as 0 because elevator is starting from rest!

    6. vidyalankar says:

      bcauz in problem they have said that A PERSON IN ELEVATOR DROPS A COIN AT THE MOMENT THE ELEVATOR START… in problem they consider this condition hence the initial velocity(u)is zero……

  5. Ruturaj says:

    @Siri, Read the question very carefully, It says "a person in the elevator drops the coin at the moment the elevator starts." So u = 0(a body always start from rest… )

    Can u help me with Laws Of motion Problem no.28.. In the solutions the equation for the third object is taken as
    [t/2 – m3g – m3(a + a') = 0 ]
    Why?

    Shouldn't it be [m3g – t/2 – m3(a + a') = 0]

    Please elaborate…

    1. abhishek.sharma says:

      check…it has relative acceleration a2,which is acting in upward diection……it,'s easy if you apply contraint relation…….

    2. Raj says:

      you can take is anyway…. it's just the matter of direction… in the end if u chose the wrong direction… u will get a -ve sign with ur answer….

    3. Mustafa says:

      acceleration of block is a+a' . force is m(a+a') and is taken on left.

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  17. hitisha says:

    ch 5 ques. 33, phy. volume 1 m not able to eliminate r,t and a……help me out…

    1. Garima says:

      Mg – T =Ma —— A
      T – Rsin* = M'a ———–B
      Rcos* = mg —-c
      Rsin* – ma = 0 ———D
      D in B
      T – ma = M'a
      => T = (m+M')a ———-E
      E in A
      Mg = (m+M'+M)a ———F
      c / D
      tan* = a/g => a = gtan* ———G
      G in F
      Mg = (m+M'+M) gtan*
      M(1- tan*) = M'+m
      M= ((m+M')tan*)/ (1- tan*)
      M = (m+M') / (cot* – 1 )

  18. kartikey says:

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  19. hitisha says:

    ch 6, q 22, b part.. 12 newton is not shown on lower block…y so?

    1. Aravindravi says:

      when 12 N is applied on lower block…..there are two forces in horizontal direction..so…..12N-friction force=ma………(note……in friction force..the friction is exerted by 2kg mass so…m=2kg)…but in ma ……m=4kg

  20. hitisha says:

    srry silly mistake of mine…..pls dont bother about it..

  21. hitisha says:

    q-27…..ch 7..vol. 1… y normal is taken towards center????

    1. Aravindravi says:

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  26. UDAY says:

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    1. Dhawal Harkawat says:

      see uday,

      first , in these type of problems , there is a shift in the centre of mass of the body– and whenever these type of problems comes, we generally use the formula —

      dispalcement = CM1 – CM2

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      M2 – mass of ballon
      X1 – L
      X2 – 0

      Now as soon as monkey starts moving towards the ballon ,, and finally reaches there ..,,, so X1 = 0 as new position of monkey becomes (0,0)

      so ,, CM2 = 0

      by applying the above mentioned formula ,, we grt the answer as —–

      ml / M + m

      where the symbols have been put according to the symbols used in the question,,,,,

      if then also any problem comes,,, then please ask me ==

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  27. devna says:

    a person brings mass of 1 kg from infinity to a pt A .initially the mass was at rest but moves at a speed of 2m/s as it reaches A .the work done by person on the mass is -3 J .the potential at A is..?

  28. archana says:

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  33. vivek says:

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    what i think is :the mass i distributed along the length but,
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    according to the solution the entire mass is concentrated in the point L/10,L/2.————->just look for this m(L/2+L/10)
    am i correct ?

    1. chinmay says:

      Luk vivek’
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  34. rajesh sherma says:

    when a light beam passes through the glass slab first it reduceses it velocity and the get it again why this happends

    1. PARVEEN says:

      VELOCITY DEPEND ON REFRACTIVE INDEX GLASS TO AIR REF. INDEX DECRSES SO VELOCITY INCREASES

    2. Dharmik says:

      take it this way…. u r runnin at ur max speed on a non crowded track… and u r runnin at ur maximum speed on a crowded track… obviously max speed on non crowded track > max speed on crowded track…. this is because density of the crowded place is more than density of non crowded place…. same happens in the case of light…. when it goes to a denser medium its max speed i.e 3.8 x 10 raise to power 8 decreases….

  35. lalit says:

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  36. saloni says:

    can we also find the solutions to the objective type questions?if anyone knows…..pls let me know.

  37. siddhant. roxtaar says:

    gud solutions but i need shorter methods to solve d questions……..

  38. aravindravi says:

    in chapter 7 prob no 26 hw is v cos theta/2=ucostheta/cos(theta/2)

  39. haroon says:

    aray yar solutions ka pecha mat karo concepts ka pecha karo solutions jak mar kay tumharay dimag mai ayai gay

  40. kmohan says:

    Chap 3, Ojective 1, Question 13. The answer is given as (b). I think it should be (d). Is this correct?

  41. saloni says:

    in vol 1,chapter 5,Q.no:22 – why is the acceleration of mass m1 taken downward when its mass is less than that of m2…….it should accelerate upward in such a case ???please explain

    1. Subhasish Prusty says:

      mass m2 is only acting downwards & not m1…..

  42. ram says:

    is it possible to get solutions for d c pandey?

  43. anshu says:

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  44. aravind says:

    hwcum in prob 21 there is no tension shown..how the force (T) is taken in upward direction………….and then how is it equated to tension acting on lower block…….lot of mistakes have been done…………just they are trying to bring the answer……………..no concept

  45. evil says:

    volume 1, chapter 9, Q 37….in the solution….what is l and a ????

  46. evil says:

    volume 1, chapter 9, Q 37…in the solution given…what is l and a ????

  47. himanshu says:

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  48. Anupam says:

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  50. diya says:

    in chap 12 q 1 the angle taken out as phi/6 but when magnitude of acc is taken out then in shm formula the angle is taken as phi/3 why????

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  55. Samujjwal says:

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  56. dhruv says:

    I think a faster way to solve problem no 60 chapt9 will be to conserve energgy and momentum along X-axis = 0. Momentum along Y – Axis shall not be conserved since an external reactin force N is being applied on the system.

  57. anirudh says:

    in chapter 10 Q no. 40 mei m1f*r3g 1 and 3 is in subscript… what is it

  58. anirudh says:

    in chapter 10 Q no. 68 mei rod ka moment of inertia about an end mr2 le kar solve kiya hai… magar ml2/3 karne par kuch aur ata hai….2 is in superscript

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  61. Nilabhra says:

    I think the answer to problem 28 in chapter 5 is wrong. In the solution it is written :

    T = 1g – 1a2 = 0 …(i) from fig (2)

    which is impossible because the block moves up with acceleration a1.

  62. Nilabhra says:

    Let me rephrase that. The answer given is correct (of course) but the method of solving I find to be wrong.

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  66. Anjanragh says:

    can ne1 help in chapter 13 question 5 part b

  67. where can i download hv verma volume2?

    1. admin says:

      Solutions are available here. Better buy the book if you are asking about the original Concepts of Physics by H C Verma

  68. neethu says:

    chp-10,ques 25,b)-wats wrong in using work done=torque X radian angle(teta)

  69. Vedant says:

    Is it right t0 say that centrifugal f0rce is a reacti0n t0 centripetal f0rce.In s0me b00ks it is given the same.But acti0n and reacti0n acts 0n tw0 different b0dies in c0ntact and centripetal and centrifugal f0rces act 0n same b0dy

  70. anshul says:

    can anyone tell me that chapter 5 Que 7 how come the force f and force F are in the direction of the block

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    can anyone explian me d solution for chaptr 15 24th sum hw dd thy gt T’

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    see suyash………….

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  77. Subhasish Prusty says:

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  79. kunal says:

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  80. for quest 42..chptr 3 of vol1..is der any odr mthd wich dsnt include eq of trajectory?

  81. RUCHA says:

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  82. NAVEEN NISHAD says:

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  83. arvind says:

    chapter 6 problm 21 2 mistakes
    1)at 3 last step it should b U-1 not u+1
    2)T means max force where is tension because if no tension the block will nt experience = force from both sides and wl accelerate.please verify eating my head off.

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  85. Nilabhra says:

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  125. rajshekar says:

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    1. admin says:

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  127. sanyOg yadav ! says:

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    1. admin says:

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  128. dinesh says:

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  129. bharat says:

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  132. Kautilya says:

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    1. admin says:

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    2. vidyalankar says:

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  133. Kautilya says:

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  134. priya says:

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  135. priya says:

    in chapter no.6 of part 1 how the question no.18 is solved.
    i mean i don’t understand what is P.
    plz help me out

  136. Subhapriya says:

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  137. dinesh sharma says:

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    as we move from left to right linear mass density increases LINEARLY from lemda 1 to lemda 2….find the COM of this rod?

  140. Kartik says:

    I have problem in Chap-5 , Ques 28.
    I made equations as follows –

    for mass , m1 –>
    T – m1g = m1a1

    for mass , m2 –>
    T/2 – m2g = m2(a1 – a2 )

    for mass , m3–>
    m3g – T/2 = m3(a1 + a2)

    but in the solution only my 2nd equation is correct..
    mass m1 is going up so it should be T – m1g = m1a1 .. , right ??
    and m3 is going down….. but in sol they have marked its acc. upwards… why so ???

  141. saket says:

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  142. Shashi suman says:

    Sir in chap 16 ques no 14. Can we take average velocity between t1 and t2
    ans is coming by this method also
    v1=v(root)T1/T
    v2=v(root)T2/T

  143. Anand says:

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  144. rishi says:

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  145. Anand says:

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  146. tazeen says:

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  147. Nanda kishore says:

    Please explain the problem-68,in chapter-10

  148. vigneshwar says:

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  149. himanshu says:

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  151. shruti says:

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  152. parhitosh says:

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  159. pathik says:

    can anyone plz explain this Q. deeply????:-

    volume 1 -chapter no 3 – Q21—(pg 52)
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  160. karan says:

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  161. sriram says:

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  162. ali haider abdi says:

    see tne conversion its wrong in chapter no 15 part 1 hcv question no 15 please explain me..

  163. psb says:

    In chapter 6 Q.no-28 Your solution says that Tension force is acting on the mass of block M in the vertical direction and you have written a equilibrium condition for the forces on block M in the vertical direction Where as you haven’t mentioned any tension in the vertical direction on block M in the free body diagram-2. How could you come to such a conclusion with out mentioning in the body diagram?

  164. akshat k says:

    i didn’t understand the 2nd equation of chap 10 , ques 34 pls help .

  165. shivam agarwal says:

    I didn’t understood that why the acceleration of block of mass 2M in ch-5 Q-31 is taken as a/2

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