# if a shower of rain appears to be falling vertically

ED UC AT I O NS, 608-A, TALWANDI KOTA (RAJ.) So, if the rain is falling vertically at 7 m/s with a wind in your face of 2 m/s and you are running at 5 m/s your relative velocity horizontally is 7 m/s - the rain appears to be falling at an angle of 45 o. So the horizontal flux is (vertical flux)*tan(45). a car that moves 80 km/hr and you see from the drops on a side window taht the rain makes streaks at a 58 degree angle with respect to the vertical. to a man walking at 2 km/hr,rain appears to fall vertically.when he doubles his speed it appears to fall at 30 degrees to the vertical.the actual velocity of the rain is?? As he starts moving forward with a speed of , he finds that the rain is falling vertically. to a man walking at 3m/s on a horizontal road towards east , the rain appears to be at a speed of Physics A 2.4kg ball falling vertically hits the floor with a speed of 2.5m/s and rebounds with a speed of 1.5m/s. A person walking at some speed finds the rain falling vertically => V - Vx = 0 => V = Vx. 0744 - 2405510 KINEMATICS PAGE # 221 RELATIVE MOTION IN TWO DIMENSIONS RELATIVE MOTION IN TWO DIMENSIONS. ii.