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A stone with weight w is thrown vertically upward into air from ground level with initial speed v 0. .If a constant force f due to air drag acts on the stone throughout its flight ,the speed of stone just before impact with the ground is what?

A stone with weight w is thrown vertically upward into air from ground level with initial speed v0..If a constant force f due to air drag acts on the stone throughout its flight ,the speed of stone just before impact with the ground is what?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
a)initial energy = 1/2 m v^2 
work done by air drag is f h 
potential energy at maximum height h is mgh ( or the work done by/against gravirty) 
1/2mv^2 = fh + mgh 
h = mv^2 /2(f+mg) or writing interms of W = mg , replace m on top with W/g and mg in the debominator with W you will get the result 

b) initial kinetic energy = 1/2mv^2 
final energy = 1/2mV2^2 where v2 is the final velocity 
work done by f is 2fh 
1/2mv^2 = 1/2mV2^2 + 2fh since there is no change in potential energy 
1/2 mv2^2 = 1/2mv^2 -2fh 
W v2^2 = Wv^2 -4fgh 
v2^2 = v^2 - 4gf/W * h 
but we know h = v^2/(2g(1+(f/W))) = Wv^2/(2g(f+W) 
v2^2 = v^2 - 4gf/W * Wv^2/(2g(f+W)) 
v2^2 = v^2 - 2f * v^2/((f+W)) = v^2 [(f+W -2f)/(W+f)] = v^2 (W-f)/(W+f) 
v2 = v^2 √((W-f)/(W+f)) 

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