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A Complicated problem from force and motion

A particle is at rest. A force F is continuously pushing it forward at all velocities it attains till infinite time say till n seconds where n tends to infinity find the final relation for velocity, force, energy etc .”

Originally shared by Shatendra Sharma Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University

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Physics Numerical Problem

A small mass of 10 KG is suspended from a spring balance. It is Pulled by Horizontal Spring so it makes 60º with the vertical. Find the new reading of the spring balance.

Problem from Kinematics

A particle moving with constant acceleration describes in the last second of its motion 9/25th of the total.if it starts from rest how long is the particle in motion and through what distance does it move if it describes 6 cm in first sec

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