Physics
General
Easy

Question

When the "wedge and scale" experiment is performed at the equator, we get .straight m equals straight M open parentheses straight y subscript s over straight x subscript e close parentheses .If the same experiment is performed at the poles, then what is the wright equation?

  1. straight m equals straight M open parentheses straight y subscript s over straight x subscript e close parentheses times open parentheses straight R subscript straight s over straight R subscript p close parentheses
  2. m=Mopen parentheses y subscript c over x subscript straight S close parentheses times open parentheses R subscript straight P over R subscript e close parentheses
  3. m=Mopen parentheses y subscript a over x subscript s close parentheses times open parentheses R subscript p over R subscript e close parentheses squared
  4. m=Mopen parentheses Y subscript S over X subscript S close parentheses

The correct answer is: m=Mopen parentheses Y subscript S over X subscript S close parentheses

Book A Free Demo

+91

Grade*

Related Questions to study