An ant and a mosquito are at one of the vertices of cubical classroom having side length They have to reach ar diagonally opposite point of the eubidar dassroom. Find the displacement and minimum distance covered by both of them
Asked by jayakumarharismita | 10th Apr, 2021, 12:38: PM
Let us consider ant and mosquito are started from the point A and reach the diagonally opposite point G .
Let a be the side of cubical room.
Minimum distance travelled by ant AC + CG = ( √2 + 1 ) a
Minimum distance travelled by mosquito AG = √3 a
Displacement in both the cases = AG = √3 a
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 10th Apr, 2021, 02:58: PM
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