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A woden block is suspended by light rope of lenght 0.9m vertically the block is pulled aside through an angle 60degree to the vertical and then released. the maximum velocity of the the block can attain is (g=10metres /second square) a)3m/s b)3root2m/s c)3/root2m/s d)1.4m/s

A woden block is suspended by light rope of lenght 0.9m vertically the block is pulled aside through
an angle 60degree to the vertical and then released. the maximum velocity of the the block can attain is
(g=10metres /second square)
a)3m/s   b)3root2m/s   c)3/root2m/s   d)1.4m/s 

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1 Answers

Saurabh Kumar
askIITians Faculty 2411 Points
6 years ago
Draw the FBD and use work energy theorem.
Try to get the component of force acting vertically downward and horizontally..

Good Luck

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