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For the parabola #y^2 = 4x#, AB and CD are any two parallel chords having slope 1. #C_1# is a circle passing through O, A and B and #C_2# is a circle passing through O, C and D where O is the origin. #C_1# and #C_2# intersect at?
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Equation of all lines passing through the intersection of lines #2x + 3y -5=0# and #x+y-2=0# is given by #(2x + 3y-5) + lambda(x+y-2) = 0#, of all these lines one line is farthest from point #(7,4)# the value of #lambda# is?
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Two blocks of masses #m_1# and #m_2# are connected with a light spring of force constant #K# and whole system is kept on a frictionless horizontal surface the masses are applied forces #f_1# and #f_2# respectively?
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A particle has initial velocity, #v = 3hati + 4hatj# and a constant force #F = 4hati - 3hatj# acts on it. The path of the particle is?
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Where have we taken use of the equation #y = x^2#?
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A force #vecF = (3xy -5z)hatj + 4zhatk# is applied on a particle. The work done by the force when the particle moves from point #(0,0,0)# to point #(2,4,0)# along the path #y = x^2# is?
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A force #vecF = (3xy -5z)hatj + 4zhatk# is applied on a particle. The work done by the force when the particle moves from point #(0,0,0)# to point #(2,4,0)# along the path #y = x^2# is?
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A particle projected at a definite angle #alpha# to the horizontal passes through points #(a,b)# and #(b,a)# referred to horizontal and vertical axes through the point of projection. Then?
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A particle projected at a definite angle #alpha# to the horizontal passes through points #(a,b)# and #(b,a)# referred to horizontal and vertical axes through the point of projection. Then?
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A particle projected at a definite angle #alpha# to the horizontal passes through points #(a,b)# and #(b,a)# referred to horizontal and vertical axes through the point of projection. Then?
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Two blocks of masses #m_1# and #m_2# are connected with a light spring of force constant #K# and whole system is kept on a frictionless horizontal surface the masses are applied forces #f_1# and #f_2# respectively?
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