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From The Position R1 = I^ +2 J^ 2k^ (m) To The Position R2 =7i^+ 10 J^ + 5k^ (m). What Is The Work Done?
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A Force F> =5i^ + 6 J^ + 4k^ Acting On A Body , Produces A Displacement S> =6i^5k. Work Done By The Force Is
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If V1>1 + V2= V>1  V>2 And V2 Is Finite, Then ?
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Consider A Vector F> = 4i>  3j^ . Another Vector That Is Perpendicular To F> Is ?
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A Body Moves Due East With Velocity 20 Km/hour And Then Due North With Velocity 15 Km/h The Resultant Velocity?
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A Body Is At Rest Under The Action Of Three Forces, Two Of Which Are F1>=4 I^ , F>2=6j^, The Force Is . Force Is.
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Given That A>+ B> = C> And That C> Is _l To A> . Further If I A L=I C> ! , Then What Is The Angle Between A> And B>?
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The Resultant Of A>+ B> Is R1. On Reversing The Vector The Resultant Becomes R>2 . What Is Value Of R21 + R22 ?
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The Resultant Of P And Q Is Perpendicular To P . What Is The Angle Between P> And Q>?
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If Vectors P, Q And R Have Magnitude 5, 12 And 13 Units And P+ Q = R , The Angle Between Q And R Is?
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The Magnitude Of Vector A>. B> And C Are Respectively 12, 5 And 13 Units And A>+ B> = C> Then The Angle Between A> And B> Is?
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If The Resultant Of The Two Forces Have A Magnitude Smaller Than The Magnitude Of A Larger Force, Two Forces Must Be
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Two Vectors A And B Lie In A Plane, Another Vector C> Lies Outside This Plane, Then The Resultant These Three Vectors I.e., A>+ B>+ C>
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For The Resultant Of The Two Vectors To Be Maximum, What Must Be The Angle Between Them?
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Two Forces, Each Of Magnitude F Have A Resultant Of The Same Magnitude F. The Angle Between The Two Forces Is?
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If A Vector P> Making Angles (alpha Beta And Gama) Respectively With The X,Y,Z Axes Respectively. Then Sin2(alpha)+sin2(beta) + Sin2(gama)=?
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