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Two particle of mass 1kg and 2kg respectively are initially 10m apart. At t=0,they start moving towards each other with uniform speeds 2m/s and 1m/s respectively.find the displacement of their centre of mass at t=1s.
 one year ago
 one year ago
Two particle of mass 1kg and 2kg respectively are initially 10m apart. At t=0,they start moving towards each other with uniform speeds 2m/s and 1m/s respectively.find the displacement of their centre of mass at t=1s.
 one year ago
 one year ago

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Sorry, this is beyond me. If anything, I would wonder if there is some charge attached to these giant particles? That would kind of explain why there is a displacement of a center of mass, maybe?
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ShiBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
I think i might have this, let me draw a picture firstdw:1346651812423:dw Do you have the equation for the center of mass?
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