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priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • qstn no 16

Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Where are you facing problem?

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • qstn no. 17 nd 18

Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Where are you facing problem?

     

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • qstn no 35

Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Share your working, what is the problem?

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • qstn no 29

Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Where are you facing the problem?

     

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • qstn no. 17 nd 18

Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Share your working, also there are no Question 17 or 18 in the image.

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • qstn no 34 35

Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Share your working. Where are you facing the problem?

NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • pls solve 29th and 30th que
Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Share your working. You have to use equations of motion directly.

ADITI SINGH
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • preeti reached the metro station and find out that escalator was not working . She walked up the stationary escalator in time t1. on the other hand if she remains stationay on moving escalator, then escalator took her up in time t2. The time taken by her to walk up on the moving escalator will be  :

    (A) t1t2/ t1+t2

    (B) t1-t2

    (C) t1 +t2/2

    (D) t1t2/t1 -t2

Shraddha
2 years ago
ADITI SINGH
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • if theta 1 & theta 2 are apparent angle of dip observed in 2 verticle plane at right angleeeee to each other then true angle of dip is

    (a) cot2theta= cot2theta1 - cot2theta2

    (b) tan2 theta=tan2theta1-than2theta2

    (c) cot2theta=cot2theta1+cot2theta2

    (D) tan2theta=taan2theta1+tan2 theta 2

     

Shraddha
2 years ago
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NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Physics | Motion in A Straight Line
  • The sum of the magnitude of two forces acting at a point is 18. Reaultant of these two vectors is 12.If reaultant is at 90 degree with the force of smaller magnitude,what are the magtitudes of forces.
Divya Garg
6 months ago
  • Share your working.