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the first option is correct.its quite easy as ma is constant since the horizontal components of the forces(normal reaction) are equal So the accelerations get divided inversely as masses.

Is your course at fiitjee completed?

Could you please explain why the horizontal components are equal?

Note that its nothing but the x components of the normal reactions that we talking abt.they must be equal.

Thanks.!! I was thinking about this ,but could not believe that I the question could be so simple. BTW you physics is awesome!!

is it ok now ? i mean you understood , right ?

@Brilliant Member – Yes ,thanks for reply!!!

Ya its complete.12 th course has started as well.??wbu??you are in which centre??

@Spandan Senapati – Well I am from bhilai( chhattisgarh) centre.we are way too back,thermodynamics in physics is going on and hydrocarbons in Chem

@Spandan Senapati – Hello! Are you from Bhubaneswar centre?

@Swapnil Das – Yes!!and you seem to be from odisha as your tagline says.are you??

@Spandan Senapati – Yes, Indeed. And I got the answer to my question by a FBD, thanks :)

@Swapnil Das – Which class??

@Spandan Senapati – Going to be 11th this year. BTW, did you qualify NSEP and NSEA in 11th?

@Swapnil Das – Yes☺☺

@Spandan Senapati and @A E

Should we make a physics doubt board?

Ok go on☺☺

Btw, please try this problem. (https://brilliant.org/problems/wedge-problem/?ref_id=1327438)[Link] . Is the answer correct?

@Swapnil Das – Oh I got the and as 20/3.entered 6.67.didn't accept.report it.

@Spandan Senapati – 20/3 is correct.

@Spandan Senapati – yes got the same... lets report!!!!

Yeah.... go ahead

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the first option is correct.its quite easy as ma is constant since the horizontal components of the forces(normal reaction) are equal So the accelerations get divided inversely as masses.

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Is your course at fiitjee completed?

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Could you please explain why the horizontal components are equal?

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Note that its nothing but the x components of the normal reactions that we talking abt.they must be equal.

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Thanks.!! I was thinking about this ,but could not believe that I the question could be so simple. BTW you physics is awesome!!

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is it ok now ? i mean you understood , right ?

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Ya its complete.12 th course has started as well.??wbu??you are in which centre??

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@Spandan Senapati and @A E

Should we make a physics doubt board?

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Ok go on☺☺

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Btw, please try this problem. (https://brilliant.org/problems/wedge-problem/?ref_id=1327438)[Link] . Is the answer correct?

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