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particle A moves along the line y =30 metrs with a constant velocity V(3metrs/sec) and directed parallel to positive X axis/Particle B starts from the origin with zero speed and constant accelration a (0.4 m/Secxsec)at angle theta at the same time the particle A passes y axi/The square of time at which they collide?

particle A moves along the line y =30 metrs with a constant velocity V(3metrs/sec) and directed parallel to positive  X axis/Particle B starts from the origin with zero speed and constant accelration a (0.4 m/Secxsec)at angle theta at the same time the particle A passes y axi/The square of time  at which they collide?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Sumit Majumdar IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty 137 Points
7 years ago
Dear student,
Can you please specify if the particle A is constrained to move parallel to the x-axis or there is a gravitational force acting on it as well.
Regards

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