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A pendulum is hanging in a moving car making an angle θ with the verticle, the car is moving with a constant acceleration. The linear momentum of the pendulum is incresing as seen from outside. Is this against coservation of linear momentum. Where is the external force coming from...??? And plz explain me what happens to the linear momentum in a non-inertial frame...???

A pendulum is hanging in a moving car making an angle θ with the verticle, the car is moving with a constant acceleration. The linear momentum of the pendulum is incresing as seen from outside. Is this against coservation of linear momentum. Where is the external force coming from...???


 


And plz explain me what happens to the linear momentum in a non-inertial frame...???

Grade:12

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swapan jain
30 Points
10 years ago

no,law is not violated.it is due to the pseudo force

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