Why do we take the X-axis along the direction of motion........?
Asked by topperpranav | 25th Dec, 2009, 01:05: PM
Any orthogonal axes will help. And we can as well put y axes along the direction of motion, it's only the complications that we have sort out and manage. And we want to keep things simple.
For the example, x axes should be along the wedge.
Answered by | 25th Dec, 2009, 01:15: PM
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