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viniterranova

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A 0.5 kg particle falls free under the influence of gravity. It is at y=10 and x=2 at time t1. What is the torque about the origin exerted on the particle at this time?

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  1. Will-i-am
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    ........something

  2. rohith.asrk
    • 6 months ago
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    If the gravity is acting along the negative z axis then torque = 51Nm If it is along negative y axis then, 9.8Nm !|dw:1401526066984:dw|

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