Challenges in mechanics by Ronak Agarwal(Part 3)

A thin rod AB of mass $$m_{1}$$ and of length $$l$$ is placed on a smooth horizontal ground. A point sized particle of mass $$m_{2}$$ having a velocity $$v$$ making an angle $$\theta$$ with the line perpendicular to $$AB$$ collides with the rod at point $$A$$.

Assuming the collision to be elastic find $$\lfloor 100 \tan(\theta) \rfloor$$ such that the point sized particle again collides with the rod at point $$B$$.

Details and assumptions:

• $$\dfrac{m_{1}}{m_{2}}=\dfrac{12}{\pi}+2$$

Also try Solve for trajectory Again

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