The maximum distance up an inclined plane (of an inclination ð›¼ð›¼) reached by an object of mass m, taking the air resistance proportional to the instantaneous velocity (constant of proportionality K) into account is
a) Find the inclination ð›¼ð›¼ of the plane of a 5 kg object moved through a maximum distance of 2 m with an initial velocity of 10 m/s. If K = 2 s/kg.
b) If the maximum height attained by a body of mass m when thrown upward with an initial velocity ð‘£ð‘£0 (air resistance is proportional to its instantaneous velocity, the constant of proportional being K is given by
At what initial velocity will a body of mass 3 kg be thrown so as to attain a maximum height of 5m. Given that K = 2s/kg. What happens as ð¾ð¾→0
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