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Assignment # 2 MTH404 (Fall 2019)
Maximum Marks: 20
Due Date: 10 -12-2019
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Question No. 1:
A particle P is moving in a straight line with Simple harmonic motion. The particle completes 6 oscillations per second and passes through the center of oscillation, O, with speed 5ms-1. Calculate the amplitude of the motion. MARKS 10
Question No. 2:
A particle of mass 3 kg moves under the force F in xy-plane such that at any time its polar coordinates are given by . Find the radial and transverse components of Force. MARKS 10
@zareen said in MTH404 Assignment 2 Solution and Discussion:
A particle of mass 3 kg moves under the force F in xy-plane such that at any time its polar coordinates are given by . Find the radial and transverse components of Force. MARKS 10
@zareen said in MTH404 Assignment 2 Solution and Discussion:
A particle P is moving in a straight line with Simple harmonic motion. The particle completes 6 oscillations per second and passes through the center of oscillation, O, with speed 5ms-1. Calculate the amplitude of the motion. MARKS 10
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