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**Question**

Find the velocity of conductor rail (of mass **m**) **v** at the time \(t={ t }_{ 0 }\).
Here Rod is initially placed just near the resistance **R** . Gravity is present.
Infinetly long wire has Constant current flowing in it. **I** . Initial separation as shown in Figure is **d**.

Sorry for The Poor Diagram.Hope You Understand.

**NOTE** This is Hypothetically made by me so I'am not sure That it's Solution is Possible or not.

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@Anastasiya Romanova sorry to distrub you , i think you can help

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The differential equation is unsolvable I suppose, so I would say there doesn't exist a solution in the form of elementary functions.

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Do we need Higher mathematics??

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