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        A baseball is dropped form the roof of a tall building. As the ball falls, the air exert aresistive force (f) that varies directly with the speed as f = qv, where q is a constant.Find the speed of the falling ball as a function of time
one year ago

harshin nechooli
121 Points
							 here we can consider the assistance post to be a frictional force or some kind of resistance force which is proportional to the velocity so here the net force at political instant on the body will be the gravitational force - the resistance force that is the net force on the body and we know that the net force on the body is equal to mass into acceleration of the body and you very well known that that acceleration of is Gravitation force - resistance force is equal to mass ×differential of velocity if you write it is an equation and take the MG - q v part into the denominator ofdv and dt to right  then you can integrate it to have an expression in logarithm as velocity as a variable

one year ago
Harish Solanki
8 Points
							ok, so the final equation looks like mg-qv=mdv/dt? also i am not that good in integrations,  can you do it please?

one year ago
harshin nechooli
121 Points
							I don't know how to upload an image here.    so that I can show you how it's done.    if you tell me then. .......

one year ago
alok sharma
13 Points
							the motion of ball will follow equation:  m*a = m*g-f                 m is mass of ballor                                                          m*a = m*g-q*v,                                                                $\frac{\mathrm{d}v }{\mathrm{d} t} = a$                                                          $\frac{\mathrm{d}v }{\mathrm{d} t} = mg-mv$integrating equation , take initial v = 0  $v= \left ( mg/q )\times \left ( 1-\exp \left ( -qt/m \right ) \right )$

8 months ago
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