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Syeda
answered
1 year(s)
, 8 month(s) ago

What is difference between 'g' and 'G'

G stands for Newton's universal gravitational constant, whereas g stands for the acceleration due to gravity at a certain point.

G = 6.67300 × 10^{-11} N.m^{2.}kg^{-2}, G is a c

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Amandeep
answered
11 month(s)
, 19 day(s) ago

What are the applications of Archimedes principle?

Applications of Archimedes principle:-

1. Archimedes principle is used to determining the relative density of the substance.

2. Archimedes principle is used in designing ships and submarines.

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Syeda
answered
1 year(s)
, 8 month(s) ago

How to calculate zero error and least count of spring balance

**Least count** of a measuring instrument is the least value of physical quantity that can be measured accurately using the instrument.

**Example: **

...

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Syeda
answered
1 year(s)
, 6 month(s) ago

Please give me examples of prativedan in hindi please.................

vidyalaya mai gantantra deevas samaroh, shikshak deevas

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Syeda
answered
1 year(s)
, 8 month(s) ago

what is the relation between g and G ?

Answer.

F = ma...............1

F = G*M*m/d2......2

By 1 and 2

ma = G*M*m/d2

On upward or downward motion under the influence of gravity a=g

So,

mg = G*M...

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Janhavi
answered
4 year(s)
, 4 month(s) ago

Difference between G and g

G stands for Newton's universal gravitational constant, whereas g stands for the acceleration due to gravity at a certain point.

G = 6.67300 × 10
^{-11} N.m
^{2.}kg
^{-2}. G is...

- 1 Answer
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- 31457 Views

Syeda
answered
1 year(s)
, 8 month(s) ago

State Archimedes principle and its two applications?

Archimedes principle states that the upward buoyant force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid whether fully or partially submerged is equal to the wieght of the fluid that the body displaces.

...

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Janhavi
answered
4 year(s)
, 1 month(s) ago

Why is it that an iron nail sinks whereas a ship floats in water? Please explain.

As the density of an iron nail is more than that of water, the nail sinks in water. This is understandable. But a huge ship made of iron floats. This is because of its shape. A ship is hollow in the middle. Whe...

Asked by Parthiban sarvesh

Dec 11

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Anaya
answered
11 month(s)
, 16 day(s) ago

Define thrust and pressure. Give their SI units.

Thrust is the force acting nornally on a surface. Its SI unit is newton (N). Pressure is force per unit area. Its SI unit is pascal (P) or newton per square metre (N/m
^{2}).

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Amarnathreddy
answered
5 year(s)
, 7 month(s) ago

What is difference between mass & weight

**S**
**.No**.

**Mass**

**W**
**e**
**ight**

**I.**

Mass is the quan...

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Janhavi
answered
4 year(s)
, 4 month(s) ago

1 kg wt expressed in newton

One kilogram weight is that gravitational force which acts on a body of mass 1 kg.

g = 9.8 m/s
^{2}.

1 kg wt = 1 kgf = 9.8 N.

This means that the weight...

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Amarnathreddy
answered
5 year(s)
, 4 month(s) ago

Value of 'g' at centre of the earth is zero

9.8m/s
^{2}

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Madhurima
answered
4 year(s)
, 4 month(s) ago

Two factors on which value of g depends

factors----

i)distance between the wo objects between which the force is acting

ii)amount of force acting on the two bodies.

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Amarnathreddy
answered
4 year(s)
, 7 month(s) ago

State Universal law of gravitation

**State the universal law of gravitation. **

**Un**
**iversal law of gravitation: The universal law of gravitation** states that every object in the univ...

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Amarnathreddy
answered
5 year(s)
, 3 month(s) ago

if a man weight on moon is 12 kg what will be his weight on earth ?

**Answer: **As we know that the weight of any object on the earth is 6 times to the weight of the same object on moon.

So weight of the man on the earth who is 12 kg weight on th...

- 1 Answer
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Amarnathreddy
answered
4 year(s)
, 7 month(s) ago

Derivation of Universal law of gravitation

**State the universal law of gravitation. **

**Un**
**iversal law of gravitation: The universal law of gravitation** states that every object in the univ...

- 1 Answer
- 2 Likes
- 12096 Views

Subhikshasampath
answered
5 year(s)
, 5 month(s) ago

what is the formula for recoil velocity

You solve this by using the
__law of conservation of momentum__. The momentum of the gun and that of the bullet are equal and opposite.

**Let us assume a gun of 20 kg shoots a bullet **...

- 1 Answer
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Amarnathreddy
answered
3 year(s)
, 10 month(s) ago

A solid weigh 80g in air,68g in water and 60g in oil. calculate the relative density of oil and solid

The relative density of an object is equal to the ratio of its weight in air and the difference of its weight in air and its weight when the object is submerged in water.

D = [(Wa)/(Wa−Ww )]...

- 1 Answer
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Oshinpriya
answered
4 year(s)
, 10 month(s) ago

Why does a block of plastic released under water come up to the surface of water?

The density of plastic is less than that of water, so the force of buoyancy on plastic block will be greater than the weight of plastic block displaced. Hence, the acceleration of plastic block will he in upwa...

Asked by Letusknowwhy

Mar 26

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