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Drishti Agarwal
Subject: Physics
, asked on 18/6/21
I want to get the solution for this
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Vanshika
Subject: Physics
, asked on 5/6/21
if y=9t^3+8t^2+6t+4 where y is expressed in metre 80t m sec then,find the value of position, velocity and accn at the end of 2 sec.
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Geetanjali .
Subject: Physics
, asked on 3/6/21
Why cos(-120 degree)= cos (120 degree)??
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Navya Gupta
Subject: Physics
, asked on 2/6/21
Evaluate the given indefinite integral
f(5/3+5x)dx
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Geetanjali .
Subject: Physics
, asked on 31/5/21
Plz answer this question asap
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Navya Gupta
Subject: Physics
, asked on 23/5/21
A particle of mass 2 kg is at rest initially. A force of magnitude F is applied on the particle such that the particle starts moving along the X - axis and its displacement is given by x = 2 + 3t + 4t? .
calculate the magnitude of
i) the velocity of the particle at t = 3s
ii) acceleration of the particle at t = 3s
iii)force(F) applied on the particle
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Ishan Kumar
Subject: Physics
, asked on 11/5/21
Find Integration of -2x^-1/3 with respect to x
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Sukhnaz Gill
Subject: Physics
, asked on 10/5/21
Find the derivative of
6x^5?x-3
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Shreedeepthi Nimmagadda
Subject: Physics
, asked on 8/5/21
How is this sum solved?please give detailed explanation
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Sugourna Paul
Subject: Physics
, asked on 6/5/21
A particle starts moving along x-axis
from t = 0, its position varying with time
as x=2t^3-3t^2+1.
(a) At which time instants is its velocity
zero?
(b) What is the velocity when it passes
through origin?
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Sugourna Paul
Subject: Physics
, asked on 6/5/21
The acceleration of a particle is given by a=t^3+t^2+5, where a is in ms^-2 and t in sec. At t=1s, the displacement and velocity are 8.30m and 6.25m/s, respectively. Calculate the displacement and velocity at t=2s.
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Sugourna Paul
Subject: Physics
, asked on 6/5/21
The velocity of a particle is given by v=12+3(1+7t^2).What is the
acceleration of the particle?
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Sugourna Paul
Subject: Physics
, asked on 6/5/21
Displacement of a particle is given by y=(6t^2+3t+4)m , where t is in
second. Calculate the instantaneous
speed of the particle at t=2sec
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Sugourna Paul
Subject: Physics
, asked on 2/5/21
Find dy/dx if y=square root(1-cos2x)/square root(1+cos2x)
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Sugourna Paul
Subject: Physics
, asked on 2/5/21
Find dy/dx if y=?1-cos2x/?1+cos2x
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f(5/3+5x)dx

calculate the magnitude of

i) the velocity of the particle at t = 3s

ii) acceleration of the particle at t = 3s

iii)force(F) applied on the particle

6x^5?x-3

from t = 0, its position varying with time

as x=2t^3-3t^2+1.

(a) At which time instants is its velocity

zero?

(b) What is the velocity when it passes

through origin?

acceleration of the particle?

second. Calculate the instantaneous

speed of the particle at t=2sec