## Universal constant of gravitation, Physics

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Universal constant of gravitation; G:

The constant of proportionality in Newton's law of universal gravitation & which plays an vital role in A. Einstein's general relativity. This is equal to 6.672 x 10-11 N m2/kg2.

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#### L, law of successive disintegration in radioactivity

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#### Kinetic friction, A 2.1 kg block slides along a horizontal surface with a c...

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Describe Q-factor in oscillations? How does it relay on damping

#### Determine the change in temperature of water, What is the change in tempera...

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#### Ohm’s law, OHM’S LAW: So far you have been introduced to the concepts o...

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