A body of mass 𝑚 is thrown upwards at an angle θ with the horizontal with velocity 𝑣. While rising up the velocity of the mass after 𝑡 second will be April 15, 2022 by Ezee_Notes with no comment Physics Problems Question : A body of mass 𝑚 is thrown upwards at an angle θ with the horizontal with velocity 𝑣. While rising up the velocity of the mass after 𝑡 second will be (A) \sqrt{\left( v\cos \theta \right) ^{2}+\left( v\sin \right) ^{2}} (B) \sqrt{\left( v\cos \theta -v\sin \theta \right) ^{2}-gt} (C) \sqrt{v^{2}+g^{2}t^{2}-\left( 2v\sin \theta \right) gt} (D) \sqrt{v^{2}+g^{2}t^{2}-\left( 2v\cos \theta \right) gt} Answer : option (C) Solution : Related Previous Post A body is released from the top of a tower of height ℎ meter. It takes 𝑇 second to reach the ground. Where is the ball at the time 𝑇 2 second? Next Post A body stars from rest and falls vertically from a height of 19.6m. If g = 9.8ms−2 , then the time taken by the body to fall through the last meter of its fall, is