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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

why a book on a table is not considered a action-reaction pair although normal force and weight(due to gravity or gravitational force of earth)are equal and opposite?

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

Describe the nature of force acting in the above shown displacement time graphs
 

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

In a rocket , fuel burns at the rate of 1kg/s .This fuel is ejected from the rocket with a velocity of 60km/s . This exerts a force on rocket equal to ;- 

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

The speed of a train at a constant rate α from zero to v , then remains constant for an interval , and finally decreases to zero at a constant rate β . If L be the total distance travelled then the total time taken is 
ans.:- L/V + V/2[1/α+1/β]
HOW TO FIND IT ?

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

How can we derive newton's 1st law of motion with the 3rd law mathematically?

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

 A ball was moving at a velocity of 10m/s from rest and its mass is 200g. suddenly it was struck by a hockey stick which made it return along its original path at the velocity of 5m/s. What amount of impulse did act on the ball?

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

(i) A ball was moving at a velocity of 10m/s from rest and its mass is 200g. suddenly it was struck by a hockey stick which made it return along its original path at the velocity of 5m/s. What amount of impulse did act on the ball?

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

"The direction in which an object moves is given by the direction of velocity of the object and not by the direction of acceleration". Give an example to justify this statement.

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

A body of mass 10 kg is moving with the velocity of 10 m/s. It collides with a body of mass of 5 kg which is in rest. What is the total velocity after the collision?

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CBSE - IX - Physics - Force and Laws of Motion

Difference between a permanent magnet and a temporary magnet.

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