## astrophysics, Physics

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#### Pascals law, in hydraulic jacks,a car is placed at one end and force is ap...

in hydraulic jacks,a car is placed at one end and force is applied on the other piston to lift it . if the areas of the pistons are A1 and A2 such that A2>A1,in which end should t

#### Concept of derivative of the function, KINEMATICS II 1. The concept of ...

KINEMATICS II 1. The concept of the derivative of the function is exceptionally important. The derivative shows that how fast the function changes when its argument is changed.

#### #heat transfer, #what are the condition necessary for heat transfer to occu...

#what are the condition necessary for heat transfer to occur?

#### Find out the speed of a particle, A certain particle has a lifetime of 1.00...

A certain particle has a lifetime of 1.00 x10 -7 s when measured at rest. How far does it go before decaying if its speed is 0.99c when it is created? The lifetime of particle

#### Surveying, Described the two fundamental purpose of surveying?

Described the two fundamental purpose of surveying?

#### Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field , A 240-turn solenoid having ...

A 240-turn solenoid having a length of 21 cm and a diameter of 8.8 cm carries a current of 0.44A. Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field inside the solenoid.

#### What is described by millikan experiment?, The Millikan experiment showed t...

The Millikan experiment showed that electric charge was: a) Negative b) Quantized c) Positive d) Immeasurable Ans: The Millikan experiment showed that elec

#### Stefan-boltzmann constant, Stefan-Boltzmann constant; sigma (Stefan, L. Bol...

Stefan-Boltzmann constant; sigma (Stefan, L. Boltzmann) The constant of proportionality exist in the Stefan-Boltzmann law. It is equivalent to 5.6697 x 10 -8 W/m 2 /K 4 .

#### Heat, What is the Specific Heat of Copper? Ans) 387 J/Kg. C or  0.0924 Cal/...

What is the Specific Heat of Copper? Ans) 387 J/Kg. C or  0.0924 Cal/g.C

#### Acceleration, when an object is dropped, what is its acceleration at the mo...

when an object is dropped, what is its acceleration at the moment of release? Explain with reasoning.  