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momentum of a body varies with time as P=x+yt2.................x and y are position constants ..........in such a case the force is proportional to?????????( t2...........t.............1/t.............1/t2) _PLS EXPLAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!ANSWER WILL SURELY BE APPROVED

momentum of a body varies with time as P=x+yt2.................x and y are position constants ..........in such a case the force is proportional to?????????( t2...........t.............1/t.............1/t2)


_PLS EXPLAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!ANSWER WILL SURELY BE APPROVED

Grade:9

2 Answers

Jaya IITK
207 Points
10 years ago

F=dP/dt

keeping x and y constant

 

F is proportional to t

deepshikha k
10 Points
10 years ago

in that case i hope force will depend on value of y.as dp/dt=2y and force is directly proporional to rate of change of momentum

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