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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 13/5/18
A car accelerates uniformly from velocity of 2m/s to 10m/s in 5s. Represent this through a v-t graph.
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 13/5/18
What is the type of motion described by a moving object when a constant force is applied in the direction opposite to the direction of motion?
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
A car travels with a constant speed of 5m/s in a straight line. Draw the corresponding distance-time graph and speed-time graph.
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
Select any one keyword and write as answer to the following questions
(a) Speed of the object is increasing continuosly.
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
Pls tell the answer!!! This is the third time I am asking!!!!
There was a question:?
A body moves upward with a velocity of 50m/s.?
(i) How high will the particle rise.(what does particle mean here?????)
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
What can you say about motion of the object if the s-t graph (distance-time graph) is parallel to the X-axis? Along with the answer pls explain it with a diagram!!!
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
A particle moves from point P directly towards another point Q which is at a distance of 10cm from P. It then comes to P directly. Calculate: (I) the total distance travelled and (ii) the displacement of the particle.
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Kartik Raj
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
Do Q3
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
(I am asking again because i didn't get the answer the previous time around!!!)
There was a question:?
A body moves upward with a velocity of 50m/s.?
(i) How high will the particle rise.(what does particle mean here?????)
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
There was a question:
A body moves upward with a velocity of 50m/s.
(i) How high will the particle rise.(what does particle mean here?????)
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1
Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
When a body is thrown upward how is a=-10m/s square? Shouldn't it be +10m/s square?
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
I am asking this question again because I didn't receive my answer the previous time!!!!
A body is thrown with velocity 50 m/s.?
(i) What will be it's velocity at the highest point of its journey?
(ii) How high would the particle rise??
(iii) What time would it take to reach the highest point? Take acceleration 10m/s square.
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Darshana R S
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
A body is thrown with velocity 50 m/s.
(i) What will be it's velocity at the highest point of its journey?
(ii) How high would the particle rise?
(iii) What time would it take to reach the highest point? Take acceleration 10m/s square.
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Bhavya
Subject: Science
, asked on 12/5/18
Under what conditions is the magnitude of average velocity of an object equal to its average speed?
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Ribhav Khanna
Subject: Science
, asked on 11/5/18
What is the difference between distance and displacement
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(a) Speed of the object is increasing continuosly.

There was a question:?

A body moves upward with a velocity of 50m/s.?

(i) How high will the particle rise.(what does particle mean here?????)

There was a question:?

A body moves upward with a velocity of 50m/s.?

(i) How high will the particle rise.(what does particle mean here?????)

A body moves upward with a velocity of 50m/s.

(i) How high will the particle rise.(what does particle mean here?????)

A body is thrown with velocity 50 m/s.?

(i) What will be it's velocity at the highest point of its journey?

(ii) How high would the particle rise??

(iii) What time would it take to reach the highest point? Take acceleration 10m/s square.

(i) What will be it's velocity at the highest point of its journey?

(ii) How high would the particle rise?

(iii) What time would it take to reach the highest point? Take acceleration 10m/s square.