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In H.C.VERMA's Concepts of physics Vol-1 Page no.67 .... How can u say that the distance covered by E is also the same as that of G?? And one more thing how can u say that the distance covered by the disc D is not equal to the distance covered by the block E??? Im doing self-study.No coaching so kindly help me secure a good air in aieee 2011 !!!!

In H.C.VERMA's Concepts of physics Vol-1 Page no.67 ....


How can u say that the distance covered by E is also the same as that of G??


And one more thing how can u say that the distance covered by the disc D is not equal to the distance covered by the block E???


 


 


Im doing self-study.No coaching so kindly help me secure a good air in aieee 2011 !!!!

Grade:12

1 Answers

Sudheesh Singanamalla
114 Points
10 years ago

the distance travelled by G is equal to the distance travelled by C provided the man is pulling an unstretchable string which is almost considered massless.

Disk 'D' can slide and travel a larger distance compared to E because of its shape, ciruclar object tend to move faster when pushed than a cube object.

 

Hope that helps

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