tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post4164318971557891830..comments2018-11-17T17:25:36.974+05:30Comments on Solutions to I E Irodov - Physical Fundamentals of Mechanics: Irodov Problem 1.82Krishna Kant Chintalapudinoreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post-55848252999617754482013-01-24T18:56:48.195+05:302013-01-24T18:56:48.195+05:30thanx for the solution. I was trying to solve this...thanx for the solution. I was trying to solve this question since 3 months. Just as I was gettin wrong relation between the accelerations I couln't get the right answer<br /><br />Ashish Kumar Choubeyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13497764788047639677noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post-67006132166434094582009-06-04T07:19:12.567+05:302009-06-04T07:19:12.567+05:30the beauty of the solution lies in doing it in the...the beauty of the solution lies in doing it in the inertial frame rather than the usual method of taking M as the reference...nuclearsupermohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06395329498621640986noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post-13978307052250914842008-06-11T18:36:00.000+05:302008-06-11T18:36:00.000+05:30Suppose that you are walking in a bus with a speed...Suppose that you are walking in a bus with a speed v2 relative to the bus and the bus itself is moving with a speed v1 in the opposite direction, your speed as seen by an observer standing on the road will be v1-v2. <BR/><BR/>In this problem, the mass is accelerating down the incline at a rate w relative to M, but then M itself is moving moving horizontally backwards at a rate w . The net acceleration of the mass as seen by a stationary observer is the sum of these two motions. This is shown in the figure and explained beside it. <BR/><BR/>Hope the explanation made sense.krishna_kanthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07024636005277277405noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post-6099694373749210122008-06-11T12:52:00.000+05:302008-06-11T12:52:00.000+05:30Hi, You have done a gr8 job by posting these solut...Hi, <BR/>You have done a gr8 job by posting these solutions.<BR/>I was trying to solve this problem, <BR/>and i got a different solution. The difference comes due to equation 3 that you are using. You assumed that acceleration along the incline is w2=w. Then why there is 1-cos factor coming there.<BR/> <BR/><BR/>ThanksPradyumnahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10300531209692781145noreply@blogger.com