Sriman Dutta

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I am interested in science and physics. Besides, I like to read books and also draw pictures. I also like to travel, take good snapshots and to listen to music.
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1. Differentiability of the acceleration

Thank you for all the help.
2. Differentiability of the acceleration

If I consider x=Asin(wt) ??
3. Sriman Dutta

Just back from Sikkim tour.....

4. New changes

Hi, Can there be no friends in this new version of SFN?
5. The Official JOKES SECTION :)

Fill in the blanks: f__k s_x boo_s p_n_s Here's the answers: fork,six,boots,pants. How many of you got them correctly ??
6. Differentiability of the acceleration

x isn't a function of any variable. It's the position vector of the block from the mean position.
7. Differentiability of the acceleration

Hi, I'm back after a lot of days...... Just came back with a thought... Suppose there is a block of mass m that has compressed a light ideal spring having spring constant k. Now, if we write the equation of motion for this system, then ma=-kx or a=-kx/m It's evident that a is a function of x. So we can differentiate it wrt x to gt the jerk j. So, j=-kv/m. But v is variable and still differentiable. And continuing it, we have an endless chain. So is it infinitely differentiable??
8. Mass

Law of conservation of mass only applies to a closed system where there is no conversion of mass to energy. In case some energy comes into account, we have to consider energy and mass together, because E=mc^2.
9. Force

Suppose it's like this: F <--- |eng|= |wg1|=|wg2|=|wg3|=|wg4|=|wg5| So this is the train (or wagons). Assuming that each wagon weighs m and the engine is of mass M, then net acceleration a = F/(M+5m) So force exerted by wg2 on wg3 is = 3ma
10. Why does light not bend when the incident ray is perpendicular to the surface of glass,and instead,will pass through it without bending

Snell's Law states that the ratio of the sine of the angle of incidence to the sine of angle of refraction is a constant for a given medium.
11. Triangle

It is probably based on the concept of similarity of triangles.
12. 0÷0

0/0 is undefined and that is why we evaluate such functions using limits.
13. motion

For the first question, total distance covered = length of train + length of bridge. For the second one, draw a displacement time graph.
14. average speed

Average speed is equal to total speed by total time. We can assume the total distance as d in the above question and proceed.
15. Question about a hypothetical situation.

Such fantasies can be a part of a Hollywood movie. No idea, what would happen except explosion and wiping out of the life.