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The equationF=d/dt(m(t)v(t)) as applied to a variable mass system is true when Choose at least one answer. 1. mass enters the variable mass system with zero velocity relative to a stationary observer 2. mass leaves the system with zero velocity relative to a stationary observer 3. mass enters the system with zero velocity relative to the variable mass system 4.mass leaves the system with zero velocity relative to the variable mass system

The equationF=d/dt(m(t)v(t)) as applied to a variable mass system is true when Choose at least one answer. 1. mass enters the variable mass system with zero velocity relative to a stationary observer 2. mass leaves the system with zero velocity relative to a stationary observer 3. mass enters the system with zero velocity relative to the variable mass system 4.mass leaves the system with zero velocity relative to the variable mass system

Grade:12

1 Answers

Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
10 years ago

F=d/dt(m(t)v(t))=m(t)dv(t)/dt +v(t)dm(t)/dt, therefore (1) and (2) are correct

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