Posted by ahsan asghar on Sunday, August 21, 2011 at 3:47am.
two bodies of 9kg and 5.7kg are attached with ends of a string which passes over a pulley so that both bodies move vertically starting from rest at equal heights,lighter body hits pulley in 1.2sec.find length of string and speed with which it hits pulley.diameter of pulley is 14cm

physics (tension in strin and acceleration of syst  ahsan asghar, Sunday, August 21, 2011 at 3:49am
ans (3.608m,3.388m\sec)

physics(free fall)  ahsan asghar, Sunday, August 21, 2011 at 4:03am
a stone is dropped from the top of a tower .in the last second of its motion it travels a distance of 44,1m.find(a)height of tower .(b)velocity while hitting the ground.

physics (tension in strin and acceleration of syst  drwls, Sunday, August 21, 2011 at 8:11am
Let H be the tower heiight and g the acceleration of gravity (9.8 m/s^2). Let t be the time it takes to fall the full tower height. Here is what you know:
H = (g/2) t^2
H44.1 = (g/2)(t1)^2
Solve those two equations TOGETHER for the height H. It is easiest to solve for t first
44.1 = (g/2)*[t^2  t^2 + 2t 1)
= 4.9 [2t  1)
2t 1 = 9
t = 5 seconds
H = 4.9*25 = 122.5 m
(b) Vfinal^2 = 2 g H
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