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the resultant of two forces 3P and 2P is R. If the first force is doubled then the resultant is also doubled. then the angle between the two forces us. plz xplain with the soln..

the resultant of two forces 3P and 2P is R. If the first force is doubled then the resultant is also doubled. then the angle between the two forces us. plz xplain with the soln..

Grade:12

4 Answers

Yogita Bang
39 Points
8 years ago

Dear Nandini,

In 1st case, R2=(3P)2+(2P)2+2*3*2*P2*cosΘ = 9P2+4P2+12P2cosΘ = 13P2+12P2cosΘ ----->(1)

In 2nd case, (2R)2=(6P)2+(2P)2+2*6*2*P2*cosΘ ; 4R2=36P2+4P2+24P2cosΘ = 40P2+24P2cosΘ ------->(2)

Multiply (1) by 4; 4R2=52P2+48P2cosΘ ------>(3)

(3)-(2) gives, 0=12P2+24P2cosΘ

Therefore, cosΘ = (-1/2) => Θ = cos-1(-1/2) = 120°

 

bhaveen kumar
38 Points
8 years ago

case 1, R2=(3P)2+(2P)2+2*3*2*P2*cosΘ = 9P2+4P2+12P2cosΘ = 13P2+12P2cosΘ ----->(1)

case 2, (2R)2=(6P)2+(2P)2+2*6*2*P2*cosΘ ; 4R2=36P2+4P2+24P2cosΘ = 40P2+24P2cosΘ ------->(2)

Multiply (1) by 4; 4R2=52P2+48P2cosΘ ------>(3)

(3)-(2) gives, 0=12P2+24P2cosΘ

Therefore, cosΘ = (-1/2) => Θ = cos-1(-1/2) = 120°

lokesh soni
37 Points
8 years ago

r2=9p2+4p2+2.6p2cosθ....................1

4r2=(6p)2+4p2+2.12cosθ..................2

dividing 2 from 1 

4=(36+4+24cosθ)/(9+4+12cosθ)

9+4+12cosθ=10+6cosθ

6cosθ=-3

cosθ=-0.5

θ=120degree

Kushagra Madhukar
askIITians Faculty 629 Points
one year ago
Dear student
 
Let us assume, 3P = A; and, 2P = B, which makes an angle θ with each.
Now, according to law of vector addition,
R2 = A2 + B2 + 2ABcosθ
or, R2 = (3P)2 + (2P)2 + 2(3P)(2P)cosθ = 13P2 + 12P2cosθ          --- (1)
 
as given, when A is replaced by 2A (= 6P), resultant vector also gets doubled.
Hence, new resultant R’ = 2R
Therefore,
(2R)2 = (6P)2 + (2P)2 + 2(6P)(2P)cosθ
or, 4R2 = 40P2 + 24P2cosθ
 
substituting the value of R2 from eqn. (1), we have,
4[ 13P2 + 12P2cosθ ] = 40P2 + 24P2cosθ
or, 24P2cosθ = – 12P2
or, cosθ = -1/2
or, θ = cos-1(-1/2) = 120o
Hence, the angle between the vectors is, θ = 120o
 
Hope it helps.
Regards,
Kushagra

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