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The distance between two moving particles P and Q at any time is a. If Vr be their relative velocity and if u and v be the components of Vr along and perpendicular to PQ, then show that their closest distance is av/Vr and that the time that elapses before they arrive at their nearest distance is av/Vr^2

The distance between two moving particles P and Q at any time is a. If Vr be their relative velocity and if u and v be the components of Vr along and perpendicular to PQ, then show that their closest distance is av/Vr and that the time that elapses before they arrive at their nearest distance is av/Vr^2

Grade:12

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Saurabh
13 Points
one year ago
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