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Ruchi.

  • 2 years ago

plz hlp me out :"(

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  1. Ruchi.
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    difference b/w velocity vector or acceleration vector.

  2. Ruchi.
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  3. Coolsector
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    velocity is the rate of the change in the position with respect to time (dx/dt)

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    its magnitude is speed but as a vector it also has a direction

  5. Coolsector
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    acceleration is the rate of the change in the velocity with respect to time (dv/dt or d^2x/dt^2)

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    @Coolsector

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    how will u find ag. vel b/w 2 point on d displacement time graph?

  8. Ruchi.
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    can u draw it

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    the graph

  10. Coolsector
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    |dw:1348397838962:dw|

  11. Ruchi.
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    r u sure its true.

  12. Coolsector
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    yes.. this is how you find the average velocity

  13. Ruchi.
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    i 'm telling abt next question

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    ?

  15. Ruchi.
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    i;m telling that hw will u....abt this question

  16. Ruchi.
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    my question hw will u find d avg.vel b/w 2 point on d displacement time graph.

  17. Coolsector
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    by calculating the slope between the two points if the coordinates of point 1 are (t1,x1) and point two (t2,x2) then the average velocity is (x2-x1)/(t2-t1)

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    |dw:1348398831356:dw|

  19. Ruchi.
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    next question shows the expression of relative velocity.

  20. Coolsector
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    relative with respect to..?

  21. Ruchi.
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    show the expression

  22. Ruchi.
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    @satellite73

  23. Ruchi.
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    @Coolsector hlpme out

  24. Coolsector
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    vba = vb - va

  25. Coolsector
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    this is b relative to a

  26. Coolsector
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    and those are vectors..

  27. Ruchi.
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    @Coolsector

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    ??

  29. Coolsector
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    relative velocity -> body b relative to body a is given by the vector equation : vba = vb - va

  30. Ruchi.
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    draw vel time graph 4 a particle moving with non-uniform acceleration

  31. Coolsector
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    |dw:1348399535112:dw|

  32. Coolsector
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    for example .. (anything that is not a straight line\linear)

  33. Ruchi.
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    position of particle when acc is maximum bt v=0

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    @Coolsector

  35. Ruchi.
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    hlp me out

  36. Coolsector
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    graph of position given v=0 at t =0 but has acceleration ?

  37. Ruchi.
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    write the position nt graph

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    @Coolsector

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    i dont understand what you need

  40. Ruchi.
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    ques;write the postion of a particle , when its acc is max , bt its velocity beccomes zero

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    |dw:1348400395649:dw|

  42. Coolsector
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    like parabola

  43. Ruchi.
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    the graph will nt touch the last line in mean x-plane

  44. Coolsector
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    what ?

  45. Ruchi.
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    r u in habit of saying what|dw:1348404246084:dw|

  46. Ruchi.
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    @Coolsector

  47. Coolsector
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    it may touch .. you can draw infinite graphs describing what you asked for i just gave an example

  48. Ruchi.
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    don't give exampler i 'm confusing

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