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\\v_{@10s} =46\vec{i}+22\vec{j}

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Let the first ship steaming south be named A and the other B (these are 10 km apart on a

straight line). The relative velocity of A with respect to B is 20 √2 (draw a line @45 degrees from

B and draw a line perpendicular from this line to meet the ship A. So a triangle is formed with 10

km as vertical line and 20 √2 is the relative velocity line and line connecting ship A IS the

distance of closest approach.

sO CLOSEST distance = 10 sin 45 = 10/√2=7.07 km.

So, the distance of closest appraoch = 10 sin 45° = 10/√2 = 7.07 m Time taken to reach the

distance of closest approach = distance of closest approach / relative speed = (10/√2)/(20 √2) =

0.25 h

For the given projectile problem, y is zero at x = 2 and when x is maximum. Hence,

so y is zero at x = 2 or x =3. Since the projectile starts at 2, ignore the x = 2. The projectile ends

at 3

Maximum range = Final point – starting point = 3-2 = 1 unit.

Hence, option (d) 1 unit

Power of bulb is given as 100 watt. Calculate the energy first and then no.of photons.

Energy of one photon is

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