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`        Two particles, one with constant velocity 50 ms and the other with uniform acceleration 10 ms, starts moving simultaneously from`
2 years ago

Arun
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```							Dear Student Your question is incomplete.However I have written here a complete question and it's answer. 2 particles one with constant velocity of 50m/s and the other with uniform acceleration of 10m/s2 start moving simultaneously from the same place in the same direction.They will be at a distance of 125 m from each other afte Solution- We can do it by relative motion concepts. From frame of 1st particle, u21 = -50 and a21 = 10.s21 = 125 = u21 t + 1/2 a21 t2 = -50t + 1/2 10 t2 => 25 = -10t + t2Solving: t = 5 + 5 sqrt(2) = 5 (1 + sqrt(2)) seconds RegardsArun (askIITians forum expert)
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