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    Dropped object height

    thread ur question again so that more learned people can go through it and try to elucidate the situation a bit more it is getting complicated That is all i can offer
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    Dropped object height

    according to me the initial weight of object should be varied mathematically with a function so that by the time it reaches ground its weight becomes 203.66 N from 68 N now we have height as a variable and some mathematical function you wish to use, final velocity of the object. try to write...
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    Dropped object height

    is the velocity 29.95 at the moment of impact
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    Dropped object height

    this means mass has to be variable how are you planning to vary mass
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    Dropped object height

    it is definitely same velocity
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    Dropped object height

    If same force is needed then it is not possible for any height. At any height earths gravitation will be approx. 9.8 and F = mg and mass will remain constant.
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    Dropped object height

    is it "the same force or same velocity" at he end of the question
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    How to apply bernoullie's equation

    concept of impulse is involved
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    How to apply bernoullie's equation

    no the data is correct i think "with water splashing out parallel to plate" is the key point to he problem and this is where i make a mistake while applying Bernoulli any clue
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    How to apply bernoullie's equation

    i calculated pressure = 50000 Area = 2cm^2 force = 50000*(2/10000)=10N but the answer is 20N
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    How to apply bernoullie's equation

    Homework Statement A jet of water having velocity v = 10m/s and stream cross section = 2cm^2 hits a flat plate perpendicularly, with water splashing out parallel to plate. Find the force that plate experiences. density of water d=1000kg/m^3 Homework Equations 0.5dv^2 = p The Attempt...
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    Equilibrium of a hanging mass

    You must have seen problems on projectile motion on an incline . What coordinate axis did you choose?
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    Equilibrium of a hanging mass

    otherwise angle should be given. Always take coordinate axis in such a way that variables in question are reduced this is the concept to minimize the time you take for problem solving.
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