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instantaneous angular acceleration
derivative of angular velocity with respect to time

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a tire 0.5m in radius rotate at constant rate 200rev/min. find speed and acceleration of small lodged in tread of tire.
define the terms as used in gravitational mortion
1:earth' satellites and write two example
2:parking orbit
3:gravitation potential
4:gravitation potential energy
5:escping velocity
6:gravitation field and gravitation field strength
smooth or regular flow
Roha
scalar field define with example
the change in the position of an object in a particular direction is called displacement
Noor
The physical quantity which have both magnitude and direction are known as vector.
Malik
Describe vector integral?
Malik
define line integral
Malik
Examples on how to solve terminal velocity
the sideways pressure exerted by fluid is equal and canceled out.how and why?
Chaurasia
what is blackbody radiation
Particles emitted by black holes
Lord
Bernoulli's equation which applies a fluid flow states that P+h✓g+½PV²=k.
where ✓=density.
P=pressure.
h=height.
V= velocity.
g=acceleration due to gravity.
k= constant.
Show that the equation is dimensionally constant and show the S.I unit for k.
Physics deals with nature and its natural phenomenons
Sushant
physics explains more about mechanics and other natural phenomenon.
Ferdinand
Relative motion is the calculation of the motion of an object with regard to some other moving object. Thus, the motion is not calculated with reference to the earth, but is the velocity of the object in reference to the other moving object as if it were in a static state.
Lansana
I am unable to access the mcq can someone help me with it?
when an object is falling under the the influence of the earth gravitational force, the term is called free fall.
Bra
V=E½P½ where v; velocity, P; density and E; constant. Find dimension and it's units of E (constant)
Source:
OpenStax, University physics volume 1. OpenStax CNX. Sep 19, 2016 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col12031/1.5
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