And btw why u cover below question using copies u don't want to show the other questions?? @Soumyadeep
What's the ans?
@Siddhant_Mudholkar No bro it ain't like that, the photo looks very neat with just the question required rather that half part of other questions peeping through the edges.
Anyway I'm gonna upload this paper when PDF comes.
@Anindya_Sikdar I read your previous edit , no its not to hide the solution the solution isn't just printed below the questions in exam.
Anyway ans is : AC
IDK if my approach is right,
Equating excess pressure on both sides,
Why would the excess pressure be (rho)gd ??
Yeah NVM wrong method
You all are using such short forms that I have to google every time to understand. At first I didn't know what is IMO and now nvm(never mind). I'm a noob to these short forms.
Here's the given solution, can someone please explain how can they just balance force for half parts.
Someone help plz...
I am getting B, C @Soumyadeep
Answer given is AC
But you may post what you did.
I think my attempt is wrong let me try it again
In given solution what's difference between t and d. Not able to understand.
Nice solution btw. Where did you get this?
Didn't understood solution bro. Sorry
It was in a test at PACE.
BTW where did you get the Q from?
Can you explain me why did they balance force for half part and won't there be ano the horizontal force for the interface b/w two parts?
No, cuz surface tension acts when the two interfaces are of different types. Like air water, or water glass.
So isn't there some kind of force keeping all molecules of water together?
There is. It cancels off.