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### Doubts regarding solubility product problem

If there will be mixture of three solutions of equal volume we will divide it by 3, right? Please try to answer this as well.
Post by: gracy, Apr 8, 2017 in forum: Chemistry

### Doubts regarding solubility product problem

As I am also attaching solution along with the problem there is no point in posting this thread in homework forums . In the following question...
Thread by: gracy, Apr 6, 2017, 3 replies, in forum: Chemistry
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

Time = distance/ speed Time taken by the two trains to cross each other = distance to cross/ relative speed (as both are moving) Distance to...
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

Could you please explain a bit more?
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

A similar type of problem I have come across is as follows Two train each of length 100 m are running on parallel tracks. One overtakes the other...
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

I think it is same as asking time taken by trains to cross each other
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

Equal to sum of the two train's lengths I don't know how to answer this.
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

https://s22.postimg.org/yhjymuoap/crossing.png
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics
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### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

Should not the question mention what their (the two train's) initial separation was?
Post by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016 in forum: General Physics

### B Relative speed : Two trains crossing each other

Two trains having lengths of 120 m and 100 m are running in the opposite directions with velocities 40 km/h and 50 km/h . In what time they will...
Thread by: gracy, Oct 6, 2016, 18 replies, in forum: General Physics
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### Vector problem

But there is + AB as well .
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector problem

What's this?
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector problem

Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

zero
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

Zero. Sin 0=0
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework

### Resultant of two vectors of equal magnitude

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Resultant of two vectors of equal magnitude A is a) √3 A at 60 b) √2 A at 90 c)...
Thread by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016, 3 replies, in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

No, I meant in the solution direction of (A + B) is given to be northeast.
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

[ATTACH] I still think none of the above is right option.
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

Oh! what I have shown as A - B is actually - (A + B)
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

I think yes. What's wrong ?
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

I have edited my post.
Post by: gracy, Aug 16, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### Vector question - North-east direction

So here shall I consider north in the usual way and vertically upward as coming out from page?
Post by: gracy, Aug 15, 2016 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework