Riya Kothari Asked a Question
May 17, 2020 1:51 pmpts 30 pts
if transverse acceleration is zero,will transverse velocity be constant
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  • Riya Kothari
    this is the question
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    Abhishek singh
    option B should be correct! if it is given so, do let me know. I will explain to you.
  • Abhishek singh
    Can you please elaborate the question? Just specify which transverse acceleration you are talking about. Because in waves it has different meanings. and for central forces, it has ...
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    Riya Kothari
    well I'm studying kinematics so...
  • Riya Kothari
    That's what I was asking.
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  • Dhairya sharma
    i apologize for misconception
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  • Dhairya sharma thankyou
    angular velocity is constant but not thitha or argular displacement.👍
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    Dhairya sharma
    i hope now it's clear ??
  • Dhairya sharma
    now i hope finally it's clear
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  • Dhairya sharma
    ys....angular velocity is constant.....i appolize that i thought it's varying.see attached again.
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  • Dhairya sharma
    see the attached. it may be or may not be.
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    Riya Kothari
    no this is wrong because if r is fixed then rsquare*dtheta/dt is constant and not zero.
  • Riya Kothari
    See I've attached one thing here. now my question is if transverse velocity is what it is written over here, why shouldn't it be constant?
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  • Dhairya sharma
    it's not necessari always. it will be constant and may be zero . it's not true that always it will be zero.
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    Riya Kothari