I just want to know how to easily solve problems related to kinematics and friction. I don’t know why i always face problem in these two topics a lot…… Please help and tell some tricks to solve these both……. THANK U

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# Category: KINEMATICS

## Difference between Scalar Product and Vector Product

“What is the difference between dot product and cross product?” [The question was posted by Salman)

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## Relative position of a helicopter

If a helicopter takes off from a point on earth.(at certain altitude) and its still at that point in air.After certain time interval the observer whose position was same as that of helicopter’s take off point will see the helicopter right above him. The question arises is that how it is possible if […]

## Kinematics Problem

In a circus show a clown who is sitting on a post with height,H drops an apple to the ground.At the same time another clown throw an orange vertically upward from ground with speed 11 m/s.If both fruits pass each other after 0.8s, (a) determine the height (b) where do the apple and orange meet? […]

## Kinematics Problem

In a circus show a clown who is sitting on a post with height,H drops an apple to the ground.At the same time another clown throw an orange vertically upward from ground with speed 11 m/s.If both fruits pass each other after 0.8s, (a) determine the height (b) where do the apple and orange meet? […]

## Relative velocity in free fall

If a person jumps out of a plane, and a few seconds later, another person jumps, why is it that the difference in their velocities stays the same? Shouldn’t it decrease because eventually, the first diver will reach maximum velocity, but the other diver will be slower at first, but then he reaches max. velocity […]

## What is meant by momentum?

Momentum is the quantity of motion .Any thing in the universe is characterized by the quantity associated with it. In motion both mass and velocity contribute to its quantity. Momentum is the product of mass and velocity.