6 years ago in Physics 2009 Exam

A star is moving from the earth with speed V. Change in wavelength (dλ) observed on Earth is 

[A] λV/C
[B] λV/(C+V)
[C] λC/(C+V)
[D] λC/V
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Ankita noola - 10 months ago

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