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The displacement of a particle is given by r(vector)=A(i^ coswt+j^ sinwt). The motion of the particle is: a) an SHM B) ON A straight line c) on a circle d) WITH CONTANT ACCELERATION

The displacement of a particle is given by r(vector)=A(i^ coswt+j^ sinwt). The motion of the particle is:


a) an SHM


B) ON A straight line


c) on a circle


d) WITH CONTANT ACCELERATION

Grade:12

1 Answers

Badiuddin askIITians.ismu Expert
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12 years ago

Dear Ramsing

r=A(i coswt+j sinwt)

x=Acoswt

y =Asinwt

 

square and add

x2 +y2 = (Acoswt)2 +(Asinwt)2

x2 +y2 = (A)2

this the equation of circle

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