A particle moves along a circle of constant radius with radial acceleration changing with time a(base r)= kt(power n) where k is constant and n>1. how does the power developed by the net force on the particle vary with time?

Asked by venkata_1506 | 6th Sep, 2015, 07:58: PM

Expert Answer:

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We have not understood the query that you have posted.
 
The acceleration ic changing with time, but the equation that you have provided does not match dimensionally ar = ktn
 
Here, unit of LHS is ms-2 and that of RHS is sn.
 
So, we would request you to clarify / provide additional details so that we may answer this to the best of the ability. If you can provide the actual source of the question then it would be helpful.

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Answered by Romal Bhansali | 7th Sep, 2015, 01:57: PM