Two circles C1 and C2 touch externally at A. The tangent to C1 drawn at a point B on the circumference of C1 meets C2 in P and Q so that P is between B and Q. QA is produced and meets C1 at X. Prove that angle XAB = angle PAB.
let AB and CD be perpendicular diameters of a circle. two chords AE and AF, which lie in the two different semicircles determined by the diameter AB are cut by the diameter CD in the points X and Y respectively. prove that angle EXF = angle EYF
2 circles C1 and C2 meet at the points A and B. Points C and Dare points on the circumferences of C1 and C2 respectively such that angle CAB = angle DAB. CD cuts C1 and C2 at the points Y and X respectively. if Z is the foot of the perpendicular from X to BY, prove that angle ...
in a quadrilateral ABCD, BC is parallel to AD. AB = BC, 13CD = 20BC and 34AB = 13AD. H is a point on AD such that CH is perpendicular to AD. Prove that 5CH = 3CD
I got... Torque (by radiation) = F dot R = A*P dot R = A*P cos(theta) R P = 0.5 * (electric constant) * E^2 Torque (by gravity) = -mg sin(theta) Torque (by radiation) + Torque (by gravity) = 0 Then i solved for E. Which gives me a wrong answer. I don't know why.
a 30 b 20 c 40
a 65 kg object is pulled at a constant velocity up an incline w/ a force of 95 N parallel to the incline. Assuming that the difference between the work output and input is work required to overcome friction, what is the force of friction along the incline (the length of the in...
because CH4 and 4F_2 ratio is 1:4
1. 8000 m/s^2 east
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