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A lift is accelerated upward. Will the apparent weight of a person inside the lift increase, decrease or remain the same relative to its real weight? If

the lift is going with uniform speed, then?

CLASS - XI PHYSICS (Laws of Motion)



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When the lift accelerates upward, a pseudo force will act on the body in the downward direction in addition to the weight. So the apparent weight will increase.

If lift is going with uniform speed, the force acting on the body will be weight of the person. So the apparent weight will be same as the real weight.
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