The power supplied by a force acting on a particle moving in a straight line is constant.
(1)Find the variation of velocity with displacement s.
(2)Find the variation of displacement with time.
The Attempt at a Solution
I started off with power being constant so:
=> av=c2(other const)
integrating you get v3/3+k1(const of integ)=c1*s+k2
Now in the question nothing about initial velocity or displacement is given and the answer is v varies wrt s(1/3) which you get after integration only if constants of integration are 0.....
Similar problem in part 2......if constants of integration are 0 then you get s varies as t3/2 which is the answer.....
So i think the question is kinda incomplete....Isnt it?