Is it C??
There can be more than one correct options. C is also correct. I have doubt in 4th option. Is it correct?
There is no mass inside a spherical shell. So if u put any point mass inside the shell it will nt feel any force acc. To newton's law f motion. Just tally it with gauss law for electrostatics.
Is 4th correct?
Ya it sud b
The coulomb's law is a derivative of the Gauss law...so don't you think that if we change the nature of force to inverse cube, then the Gauss law won't hold good?
will changing dependence on distance put any constraints on dependence on mass?? net enclosed mass is 0 will changing variation on distance give u any result about grav. force???
So finally are the answers a,c,d ? @Mayank_Agarwal
bhai ye January ka post hai
Actually maine partial drop liya tha and ye maine last year ke sab questions bookmarked the ...i was just going through them today and found this ...so justt....
I forgot where I found that question.