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MHamzamurtaza95
Finding the Tension in string
Does pulling a string from both ends is the same as attaching one end of the string to a support and other to a mass. Suppose in case of pulling from...
krupakar
ferromagnetic materials
What is the difference between hard and soft ferromagnetic materials ​
Ornob2603
A piano wire has a length L and mass M. If its fundamental frequency is f, then what the tension in the wire is?
A piano wire has a length L and mass M. If its fundamental frequency is f, then what the tension in the wire is?
nevil-seneviratne
equivalant spring constant
there is a wall apart from 1 m. one end of the two ideal springs fixed to wall and other end connected an object with mass M at the center of two wa...
rokia-gharieb
giving the block a speed of 3.0m/s, then the maximum speed of the block is:
A 0.25-kg block oscillates on the end of the spring with a spring constant of 200N/m. If the oscillation is started by elongating the spring 0.15m an...
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MHamzamurtaza95
Finding the Tension in string
Does pulling a string from both ends is the same as attaching one end of the string to a support and other to a mass. Suppose in case of pulling from...
krupakar
ferromagnetic materials
What is the difference between hard and soft ferromagnetic materials ​
Ornob2603
A piano wire has a length L and mass M. If its fundamental frequency is f, then what the tension in the wire is?
A piano wire has a length L and mass M. If its fundamental frequency is f, then what the tension in the wire is?
naresh-sharma-1
power system IS A Most imortant
EF electroni divies is important subject with s
celeste-v-k
Where along the y−axis is this charge located?
Three point charges lie in a straight line along the y-axis. A charge of −9.5 µC is at 1.0 m, and a charge of −6.2 µC is at −5.0 m. The net electric ...
nevil-seneviratne
equivalant spring constant
there is a wall apart from 1 m. one end of the two ideal springs fixed to wall and other end connected an object with mass M at the center of two wa...
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krupakar
ferromagnetic materials
What is the difference between hard and soft ferromagnetic materials ​
naresh-sharma-1
power system IS A Most imortant
EF electroni divies is important subject with s
Ornob2603
A piano wire has a length L and mass M. If its fundamental frequency is f, then what the tension in the wire is?
A piano wire has a length L and mass M. If its fundamental frequency is f, then what the tension in the wire is?
nevil-seneviratne
equivalant spring constant
there is a wall apart from 1 m. one end of the two ideal springs fixed to wall and other end connected an object with mass M at the center of two wa...
amanuel-aman-zemicha
If a converging lens is used as a magnifying glass, in the principal axis where will the observer's eye be at?
I hope you understood my question, anyways plase help me with this question. if you say that the eye will be infront of thee principal focus at the ot...
celeste-v-k
Where along the y−axis is this charge located?
Three point charges lie in a straight line along the y-axis. A charge of −9.5 µC is at 1.0 m, and a charge of −6.2 µC is at −5.0 m. The net electric ...
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