# Book 1:Chapter No 3 Motion and Force

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## Book 1:Chapter No 3

Motion and Force

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Question 1 |

The shortest directed distance betwecn two points is called

A | Distance |

B | Acceleration |

C | Speed |

D | Displacement |

Question 2 |

The shortest distance traveled by a body between two th.ed points is known as

A | Distance |

B | Angular displacement |

C | Amplitude |

D | Linear displacement |

Question 3 |

The distance covered by a body in unit time is called

A | Velocity |

B | Retardation |

C | Accelemtion |

D | Speed |

Question 4 |

A body moves along a straight line, the motion of the body is

A | Vibratory |

B | Rotatory |

C | Rectilinear |

D | Translatory or linear |

Question 5 |

Rate of change of displacement is called

A | speed |

B | Velocity |

C | Acceleration |

D | None of these |

Question 6 |

In the displacement time graph, if the slope of the line increa~es then

A | the speed increases |

B | the velocity becomes |

C | the acceleration decreases |

D | the average velocity becomes greater |

Question 7 |

If the slope of the velocity time graph is same for all points on the curve acceleration is said to be

A | yariable |

B | average |

C | unifonn |

D | increasing |

Question 8 |

Wben the total displacement is divided by the totid time taken,we get

A | average distance |

B | averllge acceleration |

C | averllge acceleration |

D | None of these |

Question 9 |

The unit of velocity in Sl unit is

A | Kilometer per minute |

B | Meter pcr second |

C | Centimeter per second |

D | Kilometer per second |

Question 10 |

The instantaneous velocity is equal to the average velocity if a body moves with a

A | Uniform vclocity |

B | Variable vclocity |

C | Variable acceleration |

D | Uniform acceleration |

Question 11 |

when two bodies move toward each other with constant speeds the distance between them decreases at the rate of 6 m/s. If they move in the same direction the distance between them increasesâ€˘ at the rate of 4 m/s. Then theil' velocitics are

A | 5 m/s, I m/s |

B | 3 m/s , 3 m/s |

C | 6 m/s, I m/s |

D | 4 m/s . 2 m/s |

Question 12 |

The dimensions of velocity are

A | L T-1 |

B | LMT |

C | LMT-1 |

D | LM-1T |

Question 13 |

Acceleration in a body is always produced in the direction of

A | velocity |

B | torque |

C | momentum |

D | force |

Question 14 |

Dimensions of accelenltion are

A | ILTI |

B | I LT"2I |

C | IL2I |

D | ILT1I |

Question 15 |

In SI system of units, the velocity is measured in

A | Centimeter per second |

B | Meter per second |

C | Foot per second |

D | Miles per second |

Question 16 |

The span of hoard jump depends upon

A | mass of the jumper |

B | height of the jump |

C | angle of projection |

D | velocity Of the jumper |

Question 17 |

If a body is moving with copstant velocity of 10m/see north, then its acceler.ation is

A | 0 |

B | 10 m/sec2 |

C | 20 rn/sec2 |

D | 5 rn/sec2 |

Question 18 |

If the velocity of a body does not increase by equal amounts in equal intervals of time it is said to have

A | Uniform acceleration |

B | Variable acceleration |

C | Average acceleration |

D | In_stantaneous acceleration |

Question 19 |

A cricket ball is hit so that it travels straight up in air and it acquires 3 seconds to reach the maximum height. Its initial velocity is .

A | 10 ms-1 |

B | 15 ms-1 |

C | 29.4 ms-1 |

D | 12.2 ms-1 |

Question 20 |

A body is thrown .vertically upward with initial velocity 9.8 m S-l. It will attain height

A | 9.8m |

B | 19.8m |

C | 4.9m |

D | 29.4m |

Question 21 |

The change in velocity per unit time is called

A | Speed |

B | Uniform velocity |

C | Acceleration' |

D | Retardation |

Question 22 |

The unit of acceleration in SI units is

A | kM-s2 |

B | Cm S-2 |

C | m S-2 |

D | m-s2 |

Question 23 |

The dimensions of acceleration are

A | LT-1 |

B | L-1T |

C | LT-2 |

D | L-2T |

Question 24 |

When the values of average and instantaneous acceleration are equal the body is said to be moving with

A | Average acceleration |

B | Uniform acceleration |

C | Positive acceleration |

D | None of these |

Question 25 |

The limit of the average velocity over . a path 'length that approaches zero but always includes a point "A" represents

A | instantaneous velocity at "A |

B | average velocity at "A |

C | average speed at "A" |

D | instantaneous speed at "A" |

Question 26 |

The acceleration of a had} moving with uniform velocity is

A | zero |

B | Not zero |

C | ot uniform |

D | variable |

Question 27 |

Acceluation is defined as

A | Rate of change of distence |

B | Ratc of change of displaccment |

C | Ratc of change of velocity |

D | Rate of changc of speed |

Question 28 |

Distance covcred hy a freely falling hody in 2 seconds will be

A | 4.9m |

B | 19.6m |

C | 39.2m |

D | 44.1 |

Question 29 |

What would be magnitude and directionof acceleration which would malic thc balance Ireading zero

A | Zero |

B | 9.8 ms-2 downward |

C | 9.8 ms-2 upward |

D | 1 ms-2 |

Question 30 |

The distancc covcred by a bodyn in time t starting from rest

A | at2/2 |

B | V t |

C | a2t/2 |

D | at2 |

Question 31 |

Acceleration of 1.5 ms'2 expressed in kIn br'2 is

A | 32-1- |

B | 5.4 |

C | 5400 |

D | 19440 |

Question 32 |

A lead hall of 511 kg and an iron hall of 25kg bothof tile same diameter are allowed to fall from the top of a building. When they are 15 mctres ahove the ground, they have identical

A | P.E. |

B | K.E. |

C | Momenta |

D | Acceleration |

Question 33 |

A holly is thrown vertically upward with initial velocity of 9.8 mis, it will attain height

A | 4.9m |

B | 9.8m |

C | 19.8m |

D | 29.4m |

Question 34 |

Accclenition of hollies of different masses allowed to fall freely is

A | Variable |

B | The same |

C | Different for different bodies |

D | Different for different heights |

Question 35 |

The lIirection of linear accelenltion prollucell in a moving body is alays the same as the direction of

A | Velocity |

B | Torque |

C | Mass |

D | Force |

Question 36 |

The mass of a body weighing 39.2 N in kg is

A | 3 |

B | 4 |

C | 5 |

D | 6 |

Question 37 |

The gravitational Jlull on a hody is known as

A | Mass |

B | Weight |

C | Acceleration |

D | Force |

Question 38 |

The characteristic of weight is

A | A vector quantity |

B | Not fixed property |

C | Depend upon the location as well as the'motion of framework |

D | All of the above |

Question 39 |

The dimensions of weight arc given by

A | LT1 |

B | LT2 |

C | MLT2 |

D | ML2T |

Question 40 |

The discus usell hy women athlete has a mass of lkg. Its wei~ht in Newton is

A | 98N |

B | 100N |

C | 80N |

D | 9.8N |

Question 41 |

When a c1imher reaches the top of a mountain

A | His mass is now greater |

B | His weight is now greater |

C | His mass is now slightly smaller |

D | His weight is now slight!y smaller |

Question 42 |

Inertial mass and gravitational mass are

A | Identical |

B | Opposite |

C | Proportional |

D | Weights |

Question 43 |

Pull of each on a mass of 20 kg on the surface of the bearth

A | 20N |

B | 196N |

C | 19.6N |

D | 1960N |

Question 44 |

Weight of a freely falling body of mass 100gm at a height of 1m ahove the surface of each is

A | 0.94 N |

B | 0.97 N |

C | 098 N |

D | 0.99 N |

Question 45 |

The unit of weight in 51 units is

A | Dyne |

B | Pound |

C | Netwon |

D | Slug |

Question 46 |

One dyne is equal to

A | 10-5 N |

B | 10^5 N |

C | 10-3 N |

D | 10^3 N |

Question 47 |

The dimensions of force are

A | MLT2 |

B | M2LT2 |

C | N-T |

D | ML2T |

Question 48 |

When a horse pulls a tonga the force that causes the horse to move fonyard is the force

A | it exerts on the tonga |

B | the tonga exerts on it |

C | the ground exerts on it |

D | the exerts on the ground |

Question 49 |

The unit of fOlTe or weight in 51 unit is

A | Dync (dn) |

B | Kilogram (kg) |

C | Netwon (N) |

D | Centimeter |

Question 50 |

A 5kg mass is falling freel~', the fOl'ce (01' weight) acting 0'1 â€˘t will he

A | 5 N |

B | 9.8 N |

C | 19.6 N |

D | 0 |

Question 51 |

The magnitude of the force producing an acceleration of Hl mll.in a body of mass SIIII l-,J1l1 in Newton is

A | 3 |

B | 4 |

C | 5 |

D | 6 |

Question 52 |

Newton's first law is also called as

A | Law of torque |

B | Law of force |

C | Law of inertia |

D | None of these |

Question 53 |

The law of inertia was first time formulated bv

A | Galileo |

B | Netwon |

C | Kepler |

D | None of these |

Question 54 |

The external unbalance force required toâ€˘ accelerate a body is proportional to the product of the mass of the body and the acceleration produced is called

A | First law of motion |

B | Law of inertia |

C | Second law of motion |

D | Third law of motion |

Question 55 |

Newton's sccond law of motion is also called

A | Law of grayitation |

B | Law of inertia |

C | Law of acceleration |

D | Law of inertial frame |

Question 56 |

According to sccond law of motion, the magnitude of force is directly proportion to

A | Mass |

B | Velocity |

C | Acceleration |

D | None of these |

Question 57 |

A mass.of 5kg movcs with an acceluation of 10msâ€˘2 force on it is

A | 10 N |

B | 50 N |

C | 2 N |

D | 15 N |

Question 58 |

A ball is projcctcd vertically upwards with an initial vclocity of 19.6 ms-1 It comes backto thc surface of the earth in

A | 2s |

B | 4s |

C | 6s |

D | 8s |

Question 59 |

An object whoes mass is 100gm starts from rest and moves with constant acceleration of 20 cms-2. At the endof 8 s, its momentum (in gm.cm/s) will be

A | 5000 |

B | 8000 |

C | 16000 |

D | 32000 |

Question 60 |

The type of mass that appeare in expression F = ma is

A | Rclativistic |

B | Variable |

C | Gravitational |

D | Inertial |

Question 61 |

Applied force F on a hody of mass m, moving with acceleration a is

A | m/a |

B | a/m |

C | ma |

D | m+a |

Question 62 |

The laws of motion show the rclation between

A | Mass and wcight |

B | Mass and velocity |

C | Mass and accelcrallon |

D | Force and acceleration |

Question 63 |

Laws of motion arc valid in a system which is

A | Non-incrtial |

B | At rest |

C | Incrtial |

D | In the spacc |

Question 64 |

Laws of motion arc not valid in a system which is

A | Moving with uniform velocity |

B | At rest |

C | Isolated |

D | Non-incrtial |

Question 65 |

When a man jumps off the ground, the reaction force of the ground is

A | Smallcr than the weight of the |

B | Greater than the weight of the man |

C | Equal to the weight |

D | Zero |

Question 66 |

Temperature changes when two balls collide. Which one of the following is Conserved ?

A | Velocity |

B | Kinetic energy |

C | Both of them |

D | Momcntum |

Question 67 |

Fundamental units of momentum are

A | N - m |

B | N - scc |

C | N - m^-1 |

D | N - scc^-1 |

Question 68 |

When a bullet is fired by a gun the gun mows backward with at

A | Velocity less than the bullet |

B | Velocity more than the bullet |

C | Velocity equal to that of the bullet |

D | Remains at rest |

Question 69 |

The product of mass of a particle and its vclocity is called

A | Kinctic energy |

B | Potcntial energy |

C | Linear mOlilcntnm |

D | Force |

Question 70 |

Rate of change of momentum is called

A | Force |

B | Prcssure |

C | Tension |

D | Impulse |

Question 71 |

A particle of mass 0.5gm moving along x-axis is located at X1 = I5 m at T1 = 5 sec and at X2 = 33 m at T2 =13 sec. Its average velocity is

A | 2.455 ms^-1 |

B | 6j ms^-1 |

C | 4.45ms^-1 |

D | 2.25 ms^-1 |

Question 72 |

Unit of momentum in S.I unit is

A | Kg-ms' or N-m |

B | Kg- -m-s or N-m- |

C | Kg-m-s' or N-s |

D | Kgc_m2_sâ€˘1 or N_m,i |

Question 73 |

If a gunman standing in a stationary boat in water fires the gun in a horizontal direction

A | The boat wiII move away from the target. |

B | Tht boat illmO'e in the direction of the target |

C | The boat will spin around. |

D | The boat will capsize. |

Question 74 |

The unit of linear impulse is the same as that of

A | Force |

B | Momentum |

C | Energy |

D | None of these |

Question 75 |

A force which almost opposes the motion of a body is called

A | Impulsive force |

B | Force of friction |

C | Static friction |

D | Gravitational force |

Question 76 |

A force of 1000 N acts on a body for 0.01 sec. and changes its velocity from 10 m / s to 20 m / s, what wi'lI be the impulse

A | 100 N-sec |

B | 50 N-sec |

C | 10 N-sec |

D | 5 N-sec |

Question 77 |

Change in momentum of a body is equal to

A | Applied force |

B | Impulse |

C | Weight |

D | Impulsive force |

Question 78 |

Neutron c:in be slowed down if the stationar~' targets were

A | Protons |

B | Electrons |

C | Photons |

D | x-rays |

Question 79 |

The substances used as moderato,"s always consist of

A | Lighter atoms |

B | Heavier atoms |

C | Atoms of comiparable masses |

D | None of thes |

Question 80 |

Neutrons can be slowed down if the stationary targets are

A | x-rays |

B | Photons |

C | Protons |

D | Electrons |

Question 81 |

In case of an elastic collision between two bodies

A | Both momentum and energy arc not conserved. |

B | Both momentum and energy arc conserved. |

C | Momentum is conseryed bu not energy. |

D | Energy is conserved but not momentum |

Question 82 |

When two bodies separate instantaneouly after collision. The collision is said to be

A | Pem tly elastic |

B | Perfectly inelastic |

C | Partially elastic |

D | Partially inelastic |

Question 83 |

Neutron can be slowed down if the stationary targets arc

A | X-rays |

B | Photons |

C | Protons |

D | Electrons |

Question 84 |

In perfectly elastic collision between two balls, the rclati"e elocities before and anel' collision are related as

A | Vrel > V' rel |

B | Vrel = V' rel |

C | Vrel < V' rel |

D | Vrel = -V' rel |

Question 85 |

A massive ball collides with a light ball at rest, The momentum ,icquil'ed by the light ball is 1011 N-sec. Which of the following, is impulsive force

A | I x10*5 N |

B | 2x10*5 N |

C | 3x10*5 N |

D | 4x x10*5 N |

Question 86 |

The orbital 'peed of the earth around the sun is approximately.

A | 30000mph |

B | 50000 mph |

C | 60000 mph |

D | 70000 mph |

Question 87 |

A rocket moves according to the principle of conservation of

A | Eilergy |

B | Momientum |

C | Mass |

D | Force |

Question 88 |

Flight of a rocket in the space is an example of

A | first law of motion |

B | second law of motion |

C | third law of motion |

D | law of gravitation |

Question 89 |

A ball is thnmn vertically upward with an initial velocity of 49m/s. The maximum height it will reach will be

A | 122.5m |

B | 245 |

C | 500 m |

D | 545 m |

Question 90 |

An example of projectile motion is

A | A bullet shot from a rifle |

B | An object dropped from an airplane |

C | A thrown football |

D | All of the above |

Question 91 |

Thc path of a proectile is

A | Ellipse |

B | Circle |

C | Parabola |

D | Hyperbola |

Question 92 |

A shot fired horizontally with a velocity of 100 m / s from the top of a 122.S m high building will strike thc ground at a distance of

A | 100 m |

B | 300 m |

C | 500 m |

D | 600 m |

Question 93 |

A body can have constant velocity when it follows a

A | Circular path |

B | Rectilinear path |

C | Ellipticalpath |

D | Zig-Zag pat |

Question 94 |

A body sitting in train moving at constant velocity throws a ball straight up into the air, the ball will drop

A | Behind him |

B | In front of him |

C | In his hands |

D | Beside him |

Question 95 |

The speed of hovercraft is

A | 150 km h^ -1 |

B | 60 km h^ -1 |

C | 200 km h^ -1 |

D | 60 km s^-1 |

Question 96 |

To improve the jumping record, a long jumper should

A | ) Jump as high as possible |

B | Jump at an angle of 45" |

C | Jump at an angle of 60" |

D | None of these |

Question 97 |

The path followed by the projectile is known as its

A | Cycle |

B | Maximum range |

C | Trajectory |

D | Route |

Question 98 |

During the projectile motion, the horizontal componcnt of velocity

A | Changes with time |

B | Becomes zero |

C | Does not change but remains constant |

D | Increases with time |

Question 99 |

The bomber drops its bomb when it is vertically above the target. It misses the target due to

A | The horizontal component of velocity |

B | The vertical component of velocity |

C | Pull of gravity |

D | Air resistance |

Question 100 |

Motion of a projectile is

A | One dimensional |

B | Two dimensional |

C | Three dimensional |

D | Four dimensional |

Question 101 |

Motion of a body along Y-axis is

A | One dimensional |

B | Two dimensional |

C | Three dimensional |

D | None of these |

Question 102 |

The horizontal range of projectile is

A | 2ViSin(theta) /g |

B | Vi 2 Sin 2(theta) /2g |

C | Vi Sin(theta)Cos(theta)/2g |

D | Vi 2 Sin2(theta)/2g |

Question 103 |

The maxmium range of projectile is

A | Rmax = Vi 2 /g |

B | Rmax = 2V/g |

C | Rmax = Vi / g |

D | Rmax = 2Vi2/g |

Question 104 |

For maximum linear distance of travel, a projectile must he fired' at an angle of

A | 0 |

B | 45 |

C | 60 |

D | 90 |

Question 105 |

The time of flight of a projectile is

A | Vi Sin(theta)/g |

B | Vi 2 Sin 2(theta)/2g |

C | Vi Sin(theta)/g |

D | 2Vi Sin(theta)/g |

Question 106 |

The horizontal range of projectile is maximum when it is projected at an angle of

A | 20 |

B | 30 |

C | 45 |

D | 60 |

Question 107 |

The velocity component, with which a projectile covers vertical distance. is minimum

A | At the time of projection |

B | At the highest point of its trajectory |

C | Just before hitting the plane of projection |

D | At 1/4th of its trajectory |

Question 108 |

The velocity a projectile is maximum

A | At half of the height |

B | At the highest point |

C | At one fourth of the height |

D | Just before striking the groui1d and at the point of projection |

Question 109 |

The horizontal range and maximum range of a projectile are related as

A | R = Rmax Sin^2(theta) |

B | R = Rmax Sin(theta) |

C | R = Rmax Sin 2(theta) |

D | 2R = Rmax Sin^2(theta) |

Question 110 |

Time taken by projectile to reach the maximum height is

A | Vi Sin o / 2 |

B | Vi Sin o / g |

C | Vi Sin 2o / g |

D | 2Vi Sin o / g |

Question 111 |

The vertical component of velocity of a projectile at the highest point of its trajectory is

A | Zero |

B | Maximuim |

C | Minimum |

D | Doubled |

Question 112 |

In long jump what factors determine the span of the jump (l)Angle of projection (ll)Initial velocity (lll)Acceleration due to gravity

A | I and II are correct only |

B | II and III are correct only |

C | l and llI are correct only |

D | I., II and lll are correct |

Question 113 |

A bomber drops its bomb when it is vertically above the target, it

A | Vertical component of velocity |

B | Gravitational force |

C | Horizontal component of velocity |

D | Air resistance |

Question 114 |

A missile is fired with a speed of 98 m/sec at an angle of 311Â° with the horizontal. The missile is air bome for

A | 10 sec |

B | 20 sec |

C | 30 sec |

D | 40 sec |

Question 115 |

A ball is thown horizontally from the top of 490 m high cliff with a velocity of 10 m / sec. It experiences (I) Horizontal accelenition equal to zero (I1) Vertical acceleration of 9.8 m / sec2 (III) Angular acceleration of 9.8 rad / sec2

A | I only is true |

B | I and II only are true |

C | II and lll only are true |

D | I, II and III are true |

Question 116 |

If we want to kill a monkey sitting on the tree we should aim

A | A little above the monkey |

B | Straight at the monkey |

C | A little below the monkey |

D | At random |

Question 117 |

Range of a projectile is the same for which the following pair of angles?

A | 30Â° and 60Â° |

B | 0Â° and 45Â° |

C | 15Â° and 60Â° |

D | 30Â° and 75Â° |

Question 118 |

A football player will throw a foothall at maximum distance if the angle of projection is

A | 30Â° |

B | 45Â° |

C | 60Â° |

D | 90Â° |

Question 119 |

The range of a projectile projected with a velocity of 50m/s making an angle of '60Â° with the horizontal in 2 Sec is

A | 100 m |

B | 50 m |

C | 25 m |

D | None |

Question 120 |

In a projectile motion, the total time of flight is

A | Twice the time to reach the highest point |

B | The time to reach the highest point |

C | Half the time to reach the highest point |

D | Three times the time to reach the highest point |

Question 121 |

The maximum-height reached hy a pro.iectile with a yclocity of 14m/s at an angle of 30 with the horizontal is

A | 2.5 m |

B | 3 m |

C | 1.25 m |

D | 4 m |

Question 122 |

If projectile is thrown with a velocity of 19.6 mls making an angle of 311Â° with X-axis, then time taken to reach the highest point is

A | 1 Sec |

B | 2Sec |

C | 3Sec |

D | 4Sec |

Question 123 |

At the highest point, a projectile has its veliical component of vclocity equal to

A | Maximum |

B | Minimum |

C | Horizontal component of velocity |

D | Initial velocity |

Question 124 |

The path of projectile is

A | Parabolic |

B | Elliptical |

C | Circular |

D | Horizontal |

Question 125 |

In a projectile motion, the body has

A | One compoilent of velocit'y |

B | Two components of velocity |

C | Three components of velocity |

D | Four components of velocity |

Question 126 |

In projectile motion, the horizontal component of velocity

A | Remains constant |

B | Changes |

C | Increses |

D | Decrease |

Question 127 |

When a projectile moves upwards, its verttical componcnt of velocity

A | Remains constant |

B | Decrease |

C | Increase |

D | Becomes equal to horizonlal velociy |

Question 128 |

The path of projectile is determined by

A | Gravitational force |

B | Magnetic force |

C | Electric force |

D | Electromagnetic force |

Question 129 |

Following code will result in: int a = 3.5

A | |

B | Compilation error |

C | Runtime error |

D | a being 3.5 |

Question 129 Explanation:

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Question 130 |

Which pair of atomic numbers represents elements of s block?

A | 5,19 |

B | 7,17 |

C | 19,37 |

D | 3 |

Question 130 Explanation:

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Question 131 |

How many times the following for loop will print the word HELLO : for ( i = 3

A | i <= 12 |

B | i++ ) cout << "HELLO" |

C | |

D | 3 |

Question 131 Explanation:

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Question 132 |

____________ are another important off-balance-sheet activity

A | |

B | Letters of credit |

C | Bills of exchange |

D | Bills of payment |

Question 132 Explanation:

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Question 133 |

In a college, some courses contribute more towards an overall GPA than other courses. For example, a science class is worth 4 points

A | mathematics is worth 3 points |

B | history is worth 2 points |

C | and English is worth 3 points. The values of the grade letters are as follows, A= 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0. What is the GPA of a student who made a â€śCâ€ť in Trigonometry, a â€śBâ€ť in American History, an â€śAâ€ť in Botany, and a â€śBâ€ť in Microbiology? |

D | 2.59 |

Question 133 Explanation:

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Question 134 |

For all real numbers a, let a* = 1 - a. Quantity A: ((-1)*)* Quantity B: 2*

A | if the quantity in Column A is greater |

B | |

C | if the quantity in Column B is greater |

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