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HridyaNambiar

  • one year ago

In an elevator, a moongphaliwala sells his moongphali using a beam balance. If apparent weight of an object decreases in the elevator while accelerating downward, the moongphaliwala will

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  1. sanjaykupd
    • one year ago
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    it won't affect the amount of moongfali as beam balance compares the two weights

  2. kropot72
    • one year ago
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    ..............measure the same weight as it had when the elevator was not accelerating. The acceleration has equal effect on the weight of the moongphali and the balance weight. The accuracy of a beam balance is not affected by acceleration.

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