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Grade: 12th pass

                        

if the father has 60 kg and son has 30 kg. what is the ratio of their inertias ?

4 years ago

Answers : (3)

Nishant Vora
IIT Patna
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2467 Points
							Assuming they are equally spreaded along the axis,

ratio of inertia = ratio of masses = 2:1
4 years ago
Sheetal kumari
106 Points
							Ratio of inertia =ratio of masses so it is 2:1hope it helps you as we know that inertia depends only on mass of the body
						
3 years ago
Nitesh
102 Points
							Inertia is related with mass.Having greater Inertia meanswer having greater mass so here the ratio of Inertia = ratio of mass=60:30=2:1Answer is 2:1
						
3 years ago
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