a running man has half the kinetic energy that a boy of half his mass has.the man speed up by 1m/s and then has the same kinetic energy as the body. what were the original speeds of man and boy?
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How light has a dual nature?
A photon has zero rest mass. Explain how ?
(These questions were posted by Shubham SInha and Ritika Chatak)
The dual nature of light has been established through
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A mass 5kg descending vertically,draws up a mass of3kg by means of a light string passing over a pulley.At the end of 4 seconds,the string breaks.How much higher 3 kg mass would go?
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A rifle at a height H aimed horizontally fires a bullet to the ground. At the same time , a bullet with the same mass in dropped from the same height. Neglecting air resistance, which one hits the ground first?Explain. ED posted Answer: Both will hit t...
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It is my understanding that when antimatter comes in contact with matter that there is nothing left but pure energy. And since energy and matter are interchangeable (E=Mc2) doesn’t that mean you are actually left with all matter and no antimatter...
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How can we define one Newton? (Asked Pawas Rituja) One newton is defined as that force which when acts on a body of mass 1 kg produces an acceleration of 1 m/s^2 in it Incoming search terms:if you set up your pendulum atop mount everest would the period be less than the same as or greater thanit would [...]
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