1. Homework Statement
2. Homework Equations
a=dv/dt, v=dx/dt, x=integ(vdt)
3. The Attempt at a Solution
We were given the above problem and solution. Everything seems very straightforward. My question is this: should the function for acceleration also include a constant, e.g.
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1. Homework Statement
Three ants A, B and C are crawling on a large horizontal tabletop always occupying vertices of an equilateral triangle, size of which may vary with time. If at an instant, speeds of A and B are vA and vB, prove that vC>= vA+vB.
2. Homework Equations
Well, that's what I...
1. Homework Statement
Starting from the center of a circular path of radius R, a particle P chases another particle Q that is moving with a uniform speed v on the circular path. The chaser P moves with a constant speed u and always remains collinear with the centre and location of the chased...
1. Homework Statement
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall from a roof. It took him 2.25s to fall. How high was the roof?
2. Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution