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#Inductance balanced delta connected loa...
how to you calculate the inducatnce on a balanced delta circuit?

What is pn junction
PN junction is (A) A rectifier. (B) An amplifier. (C) An Oscillator. (D) A Coupler. Ans: PN junction is a rectifier.

State gauss divergence theorem
State Gauss divergence theorem in vector calculus?

What is cardiac output
What is cardiac output? Cardiac output is the volume of blood the heart pumps within a minute. Cardiac output (CO) is equivalent to the stroke volume (SV) o

Nicol prism
diagram of nicol prism

Explain antinodes of standing waves
The points of maximum amplitude are called as antinodes. At ends density and air pressure both are very low.

Functions
Define the function f(x)=2x/1x^2. Find the number of distinct real solutions of the equation f^(5)(x)=x. Details and assumptions f^(n)(x) denotes the function

Applications of inductors
Inductors are used extensively in analogue circuits and signal processing. Inductor in conjunction with capacitors and other components form tuned circuits whic

Give an example of the elapse time for d...
Two observers, A on earth and B in a spacecraft whose speed is 2.00 x 108 m/s, both set their watches to the same time when the ship is abreast of the earth.

Determine free electrons per ge atom
At 400.0 K, germanium has 1.13 x 10 15 free electrons/cm 3 . How many free electrons per Ge atom are there at this temperature? At 400.0 K, silicon has

Third harmonic standing waves on a stri...
Third Harmonic Standing Waves on a String There are a variety of patterns that could be generates through vibrations inside slinky, a string, or rope. Each

Formalism of synaptic plasticity
(a) Equation (3) may be viewed as a formalism of synaptic plasticity  the synapse is able to change in strength in response to either use or disuse of it.

Find momentum if the resultant force act...
If the resultant force acting on a body of constant mass is zero, the body's momentum is: a) Increasing b) Decreasing b) Always zero d) Cons

Electrostatic
what is electric field

Dot product
Dot Product A Easy demonstration of the relation among the dot product of 2 vectors and the angle among them. Move the slider to view the changes.

