@Viraam_Rao pls see the mistake
v_1 = (...)t
I don't think this is correct cuz acceleration in that direction isnt a constant. ϴ is changing with time so is the magnitude of acceleration.
@Viraam_Rao can you try, I'm not getting
Ok ill try in the morning bro.
Is the answer 3?
Sned the soln
In soln they did it even shorter, by dvx/dt = dv/dt.
Didn’t understand that bro. Can u elaborate ?
Ohh that’s a nice observation they made. The two components of force are equal in magnitude so net force is along angle bisector between x axis and drag force as a result of which the force component along x axis = force component along velocity v. So the accelerations can be related.
Where is this question from ? Like I see it’s FIITJEE but what exactly ?
It’s available online ?
Yes why not
You can download and solve.
Thanks a lot !
@pratyaksh_tyagi how did u solve the next question ? ( That ring one )
Can u post the solution for the same ?