2 identical bodies are allowed to fall from different heights h1 and h2. The ratio of their momentum when they reach the ground will be?
Asked by adityaahuja099 | 29th Dec, 2017, 03:43: PM
When the falling object reaches the ground, Initial potential energy is completely converted into kinetic energy
mgh = (1/2)mv2
hence velocity at the ground is given by
hence the ratio of their momentum
Answered by | 29th Dec, 2017, 04:12: PM
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