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when t = 0, a particle at (1,0,0) moves towards (4,4,12) with a constant velocity of magnitude of 65 m/s. the position of the particle is measured in meters and time in sec. Assuming constant velocity the position of the particle at t= 2 sec is (a) (13 – 120 +40) m (b) (40 +31– 120) m (c) (13 – 40 + 12) m (d) (31 + 40+ 120) m

when t = 0, a particle at (1,0,0) moves towards (4,4,12) with a constant velocity of magnitude of  65 m/s. the position of the particle is measured in meters and time in sec. Assuming constant velocity the position of the particle at t= 2 sec is


 


                (a)          (13 – 120  +40) m


                (b)          (40  +31– 120) m


                (c)           (13  – 40 + 12) m


                (d)           (31  + 40+ 120) m

Grade:10

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Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
11 months ago
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Vikas TU
14149 Points
11 months ago
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Dear student 
Please refer the clear image , 
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Hope for the best 
Good Luck 
Cheers 

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