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Determine horizontal velocity with which a stone must be projected horizontally from a point P, so that it may hit the inclined plane perpendicularly. the inclination of the plane is 'theta' and point P is at height 'h' above the foot of the incline.

Determine horizontal velocity with which a stone must be projected horizontally from a point P, so that it may hit the inclined plane perpendicularly. the inclination of the plane is 'theta' and point P is at height 'h' above the foot of the incline.

Grade:12

1 Answers

rahul vinod upputuri
51 Points
10 years ago

how would be that possible

if the stone is thrown then the stone is going downwards and the velocity of the STONE  ALONG THE PLANE INCREASES

BUT FOR THE BALL TO FALL PERPENDICULARLY ON THE INCLINE IT SHOULD HAVE ZERO VELOCITY ALONG THE PLANE

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