Ashitosh shinde Asked a Question
July 14, 2020 6:01 pmpts 25 pts
If velocity, assumed to be uniform, and time are denoted by v and t, respectively, then the product tv is (a) a vector in a direction different from that of v (b) a scalar of magnitude r times | v| (C) a velocity of magnitude t times |v|(d) the displacement in the direction of v.
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  • Vaishali sharma Best Answer
    no it can never be velocity
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  • Vaishali sharma thankyou
    dear it would be displacement on the direction of v
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  • Ashitosh shinde
    but here mode sign is used
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    Vaishali sharma
    if v is vector then vt also
  • Vaishali sharma
    hope u will get my point
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    Ashitosh shinde
    Hello mam option c is given to be correct
  • Vaishali sharma
    reason behind is that vt should be distance but v is vectorial quantity so vector × scaler should be vector. so it would be vector
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  • Vaishali sharma
    so option d would correct
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