No one radius is d/2
That curved portion you drew right next to the label for 'd' isn't curved in the problem right. They say its at right angles
Yes right i took the wrong angle into consideration while applying the formula
A very basic question :
How do we define Force due to surface tension for objects with certain area ?
Surface tension is Force per unit length right ?
Take the length of the boundary where this area is in contact with another material.
Okay nvm was thinking something else
Have a Basic Doubt does in case of sealed tube pressure above the liquid is Patm or different ? ( In the above case it would be 0 I think since it was filled up to brim)
Do you have the solution?
I would assume pressure =Patm but isn't V=0?
Nope in case of sealed tube it is zero I think
How to proceed?
is it n=3
Solution @Mayank_Chowdhary @Chirag_Hegde
@Mayank_Chowdhary i hv seen few questions in which they take Patm in case of sealed tube too .
Which aits is this?
5th May @Chirag_Hegde
This is not a physics question at all lol
I was trying to apply fluid mech. For like 10min
Just Google this
Awesome question , calculus kills this , I have seen this one somewhere else in go iit only. 1 year before . where this question came @Viraam_Rao bro , my pat??
Yeah my pat bro.