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4 years ago

Vikas TU
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```							let h be the height of wedges.Now for first wedge momentum conservation and from energy conswrvation,0 + 0  =  mv1  -  Mv2we get v2 = mv1/M m/s.andmgh = 0.5Mv2^2 + 0.5mv1^2solving both we get v1^2 = 2Mgh/(M+m) …..................(1) For wedge (2)0.5mv1^2 = 0.5Mv0^2 + mgxand mv1 = Mv0solving we get,x = v1^2(M – m)/2gMsubstituing from eq. (1) we get x = [(M-m)/(M+m)]h meter.
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