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## Homework Statement

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## The Attempt at a Solution

well i tried taking v = v

_{x}(i) + v

_{y}(j)

then listed forces acting in x, y direction using v

_{x},v

_{y}and divided by mass to get acceleration

then u used v = u + at for both x and y axis and surprisingly go v

_{y}/v

_{x}as √3

so means deflection is 60° viz wrong

and what was surprising about this method was that be it any position .. it always give 60° ... coz it doesn't require any distance traveled by particle or time ... nothing .... whats wrong ... ???

BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY ............

How do i do this question

i have 5 question of nearly this type ...... plz help me