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I'm getting stuck to this question. Actually, how can I make a graph between relative velocity and the time? And how can I compare the two graph of the same?

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2 years ago

Eshan
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```							Dear student,Relative velocity of$\dpi{80} P_1$with respect to$\dpi{80} P_2$is given as$\dpi{80} v_{P_1}-v_{P_2}$Let the velocities of the particles be represented as$\dpi{80} v_{P_1}=k_1t$and$\dpi{80} v_{P_2}=k_2t$Clearly$\dpi{80} k_1>k_2$(since these are the slopes of v-t curves)Hence relative velocity=$\dpi{80} (k_1-k_2)t$which is a straight line with positive slope. Hence it increases continuously.Hope it helps. Regards.
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2 years ago
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