Topic: Dynamics and Equilibrium Subtopic: Force, Inertia and Momentum
Where would coin go over a glass?
Answer: A coin placed on a glass covered with cardboard will quickly fall inside the glass on removing the cardboard. This is due to the property of inertia of the coin. The coin will resist the change in it's state of rest and will fall inside the glass if the cardboard is removed quickly.
- What is vibratory motion?
- Why vectors cannot be described by only magnitude?
- What is Vernier caliper?
- Why is it advised to wear seatbelts?
- What is net force?
- Why is rolling friction extremely small than sliding friction?