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### CBSE - XI Science - Physics

1.       A force F(vector)=v(vector)*A(vector)[cross product] is exerted on a particle in addition to the force of gravity, where v is the velocity of the particle and A is a constant vector in horizontal direction. With what minimum speed a particle must be projected so that it continues to move undeflected with a constant velocity.

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# 1.       A force F(vector)=v(vector)*A(vector)[cross product] is exerted on a particle in addition to the force of gravity, where v is the velocity of the particle and A is a constant vector in horizontal direction. With what minimum speed a particle must be projected so that it continues to move undeflected with a constant velocity.

Asked by Pavitra jain 7th September 2015, 7:27 PM

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