When we say that body is moving in x-y plane, y-z plane and vice versa what do we mean by that and how to determine that?
Asked by Ankit Jha | 2nd Jun, 2013, 11:15: AM
So, a body moving in the x-y plane would mean that its velocity would have i and j components but no k component. However, if the body is moving in y-z plane, it will have j and k components but no i component. You can simply determine, in which plane the body is moving by looking at its velocity at any given time.
Answered by | 3rd Jun, 2013, 05:44: PM
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