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        a man is walking with a speed of 3m/s .raindrops are falling on the ground with speed of 3m/s what is the velocity of raindrops with respect to man?
one year ago

Khimraj
3008 Points
							angle between velocity of both is 90
so relative velocity will be 5$\hat{i}$ + 5$\hat{j}$ ( assuming downward as negative y axis)
so relative velocity = 5$\sqrt{2}$ m/s
Hope it clears.

one year ago
Sapna
14 Points
							Let velocity of man =v=3m/sLet velocity of rain =V=3m/s resultant velocity is the velocity of rain wrt man=3^2+3^2=x^2 =x=18^1/2=4.24

one year ago
Khimraj
3008 Points
							sorry I take velocity  5m/s instead of 3m/s
so correct answer is 3$\sqrt{2}$ m/s.

one year ago
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