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Rain and Man problems – How to solve?

Shashank Asked:

“How to solve rain and man problems from motion in one dimension?”

Answer:

The problem is solved using principles of vector addition.

There is a simple logic to remember

A/C = A/B x B/C

If we represent diagrammatically (in the form of vectors) the velocity of rain wrt ground, velocity of man wrt ground and velocity of rain wrt man, then we can write

Vr/m = V r/g + Vg/m = V r/g – Vm/g = V r/g + (- Vm/g)

Where (- Vm/g) is the negative vector of Vg/m

I will be adding illustrations soon.

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