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1. hello i need help in solving this
Q)If the speed of a vehicle increases by 2 m/s,its kinetic energy is doubled,then original speed of the vehicle is
a)(sqrt of 2 )+1 m/s
b)2(sqrt of 2 -1)m/s
c)2(sqrt of 2 + 1 )m/s
d)sqrt of 2 (sqrt of 2 + 1)m/s
sqrt is square root of

2. none of those.
You should put a slash / in the correct place in (b)

3. Originally Posted by pikpobedy
none of those.
You should put a slash / in the correct place in (b)
accordind to me question is right i tried and got ans as c

Determine the KE at your answer at c) V = 2(sqrt of 2 + 1 )m/s and the KE at 2+V = 2 + 2(sqrt of 2 + 1 ) m/s.

Then try the KE at V = 2/((sqrt 2) -1)) and at the KE at 2+V= 2 + 2/((sqrt 2) -1))

What do you think? smile. cute factoring in "c" 2(sqrt 2 +1) = 2/(sqrt 2 -1) which I did not immediately see. I assumed incorrect typo.

5. Originally Posted by pikpobedy
Determine the KE at your answer at c) V = 2(sqrt of 2 + 1 )m/s and the KE at 2+V = 2 + 2(sqrt of 2 + 1 ) m/s.

Then try the KE at V = 2/((sqrt 2) -1)) and at the KE at 2+V= 2 + 2/((sqrt 2) -1))

What do you think? smile. cute factoring in "c" 2(sqrt 2 +1) = 2/(sqrt 2 -1) which I did not immediately see. I assumed incorrect typo.
Was i right??

6. you are right

7. thnx

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