force of attraction b/w two particles is f=k*[(r2-r1)-r/v(r2-r1)] where k is constant, vis velocity, and r= r2-r1, is system conservative?
- VamanLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
Yes. r, r1 and r2 do not depend on time explicitly. Therefore the motion is conservative.
- Anonymous11 months ago
F = k [r - r / (v r)] = k r (1 - 1/v)
F = k [r - r^2 / v] = k r (1 - r/v) ?
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