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a rod is kept in a position such that it makes an angle theta with the floor. it is allowed to collide with
floor only with com velocity V. assuming collision to be elastic find the angular velocity of the rod after the impact
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 one year ago
a rod is kept in a position such that it makes an angle theta with the floor. it is allowed to collide with floor only with com velocity V. assuming collision to be elastic find the angular velocity of the rod after the impact
 one year ago
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given length of rod l and mass m
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plz i need solution..........
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its a tough ques for me to solve . but u can get this solution in hc verma physics part 1 in chapter centre of mass u can get it online .. this is all i can help
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as per my knwoledge this would be right if any mistakes please intimate me
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