# Civil Engineering - Applied Mechanics

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- Applied Mechanics - Section 5

*A*is travelling at 6 km/h due east and ship

*B*is travelling at 8 km/h due north. The velocity of

*B*relative to

*A*is

*x*=

*t*

^{3}- 3

*t*

^{2}+ 5. The ratio of the accelerations after 5 sec and 3 sec will be