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awarded  Popular Question
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comment What is the relationship and difference between BHP and Torque?
@ja72 why is RPM critical?
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asked Understanding that nothing can go beyond the speed of light
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comment Displacement with zero velocity
Thanks, I get it now.
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accepted Displacement with zero velocity
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comment Displacement with zero velocity
But we are able to get angular displacement using only internal force as per the video link. What makes the linear motion so special?
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comment Displacement with zero velocity
Yes, but did u see the video link that I gave? It explains how.
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asked Displacement with zero velocity
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comment Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
@JerrySchirmer, yes you are right, I blame my poor integration skills. Thanks a lot for your help.
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accepted Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
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comment Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
awesome! I the "looking closely" part was the key to solving the problem. Thanks!
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comment Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
Assuming that the initial speed is 0, when you will integrate the above equation once you will get what I have posted in my question. Which will ultimately leave you with a velocity parameter thus you will not be able figure out what is the actual distance traveled until u know the velocity.
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comment Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
Converted it to a conceptual question.
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revised Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
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comment Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?
Hi, I am new to this forum so was not really sure of the type of questions. Conceptually, here I just wanted to prove that if you are given the engine performance you can basically not find out the distance traveled by it at any point in time.
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asked Is it possible to find out the distance traveled by a car if the force applied on it is given?