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Here is the question that i did : 1) A open lift is moving upwards with a velocity of 10ms^-1 . It has an upward acceleration of 3 ms^-2. A ball is projected upwards with a velocity of 30ms^-1 relative to the ground . Find the distance traveled by the ball by the time it reaches the same height above the lift floor from which it was projected 2) Two cars A and B moving on two intersecting mutually perpendicular roads have uniform velocity u and v respectively . Their initial distances from the point of intersection are a and b respectively . Calculate the minimum distance of approach between the two cars In the image the solution ( HINT ) is available .. if any problem in understanding ask me i will upload solution again
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