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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Ladder problem

Foto: Solve it with explanation.
-- Kaushal Kishore
Credit: Physics facebook page
The ladder's problems is very common in Mathematics and Physics problems.
The point C of the ladder of length L, slidding along perpendicular walls, traces the first quadrant portion of the circle
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x^2+y^2 = ((1/2)*L)^2 
Adri van der Meer's animation for the midpoint of the ladder
You can read all the mathematics, download the pdf and mapple files here.
Finally we can see the solution using geogebra.


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