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A rod of mass m and length l is placed on a smooth tabl. A particle of same mass m strikes the rod with velocity v perpendicular tothe rod and at a distance x from the centre and sticks to it after collision. Find the maximum possible impulse (by varying x ) that can be imparted to the particle during collision. (the particle still sticks to the rod)

A rod of mass m and length l is placed on a smooth tabl. A particle of same mass m strikes the rod with velocity v perpendicular tothe rod and at a distance x from the centre and sticks to it after collision.
Find the maximum possible impulse (by varying x ) that can be imparted to the particle during collision.  (the particle still sticks to the rod)

Grade:12

2 Answers

Abhishek Kumar
askIITians Faculty 253 Points
6 years ago
Impulse = Change in Momentum
Max. Impulse = Max. change in momentum
For change in momentum use conservation of momentum and angular momentum.
Himaja
40 Points
6 years ago
The answer is mv/2 . I’m not arriving at the right answer. pls solve this

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