The maximum horizantal distance to which a particle can be thrown on a horizantal plane is 6 mtr.
The particle is projected up on an inclined plane along the line of greatest slope. The Plane has inclination 30 deg with horizantal. Find the maximum range (along the inclined plane) to which it can be projected, if the speed of projection remains same in the two cases.
Asked by Sunil Soni | 9th Aug, 2016, 06:46: PM
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 11th Aug, 2016, 12:40: PM
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