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Aliya
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 1 day ago
A current of
0.5 A is flowing through a conductor. The number of free electrons passing through a
given
cross section of the conductor
in 10 s will be:
PLEASE ANSWER FAST!!!!!!!
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2
Apaar Agarwal
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Explain the working of AC generator for 3 to 5 marks question
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2
Aditi Thakral
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Pls answer thiss ..
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1
Rachit Yadav
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 3 days ago
What is Electric potential?
Answer
4
Eisha Vinayak
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 4 days ago
When electric current is passed electrons move from ____ to ____ potential.
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1
Johann Premjith
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Draw Circuit Diagrams for
SERIES
and
PARALLEL
consisting of
1 resistor, 3 cells, an Ammeter, a Voltmeter, a Key and Connecting wires
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1
Tavishi Khanna
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Over here, I cannot understand the explanation of the answer given...I mean don't electrons flow from a region of lower potential to higher potential? so then how can Q be at lower potential? Please explain the explanation.
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2
Tavishi Khanna
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Please briefly explain the difference between these terms:
Electric current, Electric circuit, Electric charge, Electric conductor and The flow of Electrons.
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1
Tavishi Khanna
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 5 days ago
What does a voltmeter measure....the potential difference or the voltage?? or are both of them the same thing?
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Aurelia Shabi
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 6 days ago
good evening sir... just wanted to ask if we are doing electricity because its the first chapter.
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Apaar Agarwal
Subject: Physics
, asked 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Explain the working of electricity generator
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4
Anya Chuchra
Subject: Physics
, asked 4 weeks ago
An object 20 cm from a spherical mirror gives rise to a virtual image 15 cm behind the mirror. The type of the mirror and its focal length is
(a) concave, 8.5 cm
(b) convex, 30 cm
(c) concave, 60 cm
(d) convex, 60 cm.
Answer
1
Abijasree Bijukumar
Subject: Physics
, asked 4 weeks ago
What is the difference between resistor and variable resistor ( rheostat )?
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1
Johann Premjith
Subject: Physics
, asked 4 weeks ago
a household uses the given appliances
calculate the electric bill with info as given
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2
Johann Premjith
Subject: Physics
, asked 4 weeks ago
Analyse the diagrams given below and answer the following questions
(a) Identify the parallel and series combination of resistors
(b) Calculate the total resistance of the combinations.
(Given R
_{1 = }
2 ohm , R
_{2}
= 4 ohm and R
_{3}
= 6 ohm)
Answer
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andSERIESconsisting ofPARALLEL1 resistor, 3 cells, an Ammeter, a Voltmeter, a Key and Connecting wiresOver here, I cannot understand the explanation of the answer given...I mean don't electrons flow from a region of lower potential to higher potential? so then how can Q be at lower potential? Please explain the explanation.

Electric current, Electric circuit, Electric charge, Electric conductor and The flow of Electrons.

What is the difference between resistor and variable resistor ( rheostat )?a household uses the given appliances

calculate the electric bill with info as given

(a) Identify the parallel and series combination of resistors

(b) Calculate the total resistance of the combinations.

(Given R

_{1 = }2 ohm , R_{2}= 4 ohm and R_{3}= 6 ohm)