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WHY IS FRICTION A NECESSARY EVIL ????
3-4 examples of solid pressure
Give 3 differences between contact and non contact forces
give two examples from everyday life for the force of push and its effects
give some more examples of electrostatic force
why do mountaineers usually suffer from nose bleeding at high altitude
If a body is moving with uniform speed in a particular direction on a perfectly smooth surface, then no force is acting on it. True or False? Explain.
If The Momentum Is Increased By 50% Then Kinetic Energy changes by
What is the full form of SCIENCE
women are advised not to wear high heeled shoes.give reasons
1-Why buses and trucks have double wheels at the back? 2-Why poters place a round piece of cloth on their heads? 3-Why dams are made stronger and thicker at the bottom than the top? 4-Why the pressure inside an aeroplane is maintained at normal ground level atmospheric pressure?
why do porters put cloth on their head while carrying heavy loads?
Explain why a balloon bursts if we blow too much air in it ????
The second's hand of a watch is 2cm long, the speed of the tip of this hand is
A. 0.21 cm/s B. 2.1 cm/s C. 21.0 cm/s
I think we can solve this question by calculating angular velocity.
you can fill a bucket from a downstairs tap quicker than a upstair tap .why ?
What was archimedes principal ?
What happens to the air in the bicycle tube when it has a puncture?
why wooden slippers are kept below the railway tracks?
why school bags are provided with broad straps and not with thin straps?
why divers, spacemen, and mountaineers have to wear special suits? explain.
When we press a rubber sucker on a smooth surface,it sticks to the surface.Explain why this happens in about 30 words.
How many types of forces are there?Explain them?
If you use a stick to push an object, the muscular force acting on the object is a non contact force since your body is not in contact with the object. True or False? Explain.
if you press the rubber sucker on a rough surface,it doesnot stick on surface why?
What is the difference between inertia and friction ?
Applications of pressure in daily life
deep sea divers wear special kind of suits. Why?
difference between electrostatic and magnetic force?
Do liquids and gases also exert pressure? Does it depend upon on the area on whch the force acts?
why do school bags have broad straps?
If the area of my head is 15 into 15cm then how much weight of air would I carry on my head?
snow shoes are more effective for walking on snow than odinary shoes. why?
Show That a liquid exerts pressure on the walls of the container
What is the SI unit of inertia and how it is measured?
name the force used in removing iron scrap from a heap of mixed scrap
Why are caterpillar tracks used in battle tanks instead of tyre
A force of 4N acts on a body of mass 2kg for 4s. Assuming the body to be initially at rest, find
a) its velocity when the force stops acting.
b) the distance covered in 10s after the force starts acting.
what happens to the speed of cart when horse applies more force
why it is easier to cut fruits with sharp knife rather than with the blunt knife
Why it is easier to cut vegetables with a sharp knife ...and difficult with a blunt knife ...???
whats the logic ....i need scientific reason ...... it is asociated with the CH- 11 Force And Pressure
ACTIVITY 11.8, ACTIVITY 11.9 , ACTIVITY 11.10
I WANT THE AIM,OBSERVATION AND CONCLUSION OF THESE ACTIVITIES
why does a ball rolling along the ground stop after some time?
snow shoes are more effective for walking on snow than ordinary shoes, why? give me answer in breif plzz
why are the dams made thicker at the bottom??
how does the pressure exerted by liquid vary with
what is atmospheric pressure?
what is the difference between frictional force and gravitational force?
has been fired upwards to launch a satellite in its orbit. Name the
two forces acting on the rocket immediately after leaving the
A can filled with water, be heated so that water boils. Now seal the mouth with airtight cap. Let the can cool. It's sides get deformed. Why?
what are the examples of muscular, friction, magnetic, electrostatic, gravitational force and pressure.
write an activity to show that liquid pressure depends on its depth
why is the foundation of a building wider than its wall?
what makes a coaster placed over the rim of a glass of water stick even when youinvert it?
how can liquids exert equal pressure at the same depth ?
Your Physics Book has a mass of 400 g. It is kept on a horizontal table. Taking g = 10 m/s2, find the force (both magnitude and direction) exerted by
(a) the table on the Physics book (b) the Physics book on the table (c) the earth on the Physics book (d) the Physics book on the earth.
why do heavy vehicles have broad tyres?
When you play carom
a-What do you do to make the coins move smoothly on the board?
b-Name the type of force and explain your anwer with reason?
The force which is exerted by all matter on all other matter is .................
Pressure in solids depends upon --------- and -------- .
what is non contact and contact force ? example
When is the pressure on the ground more-when a man is lying or when a man is standing. Explain?
A boy is wearing a shirt of mass 150 g. How much force is he exerting on the dress? Do not forget to state the direction.
Air exerts pressure on the earth due to its ------( mass or weight)
1) WHEN DOES A FORCE BEETWEEN TWO OBJECT ARISE ?
2)how does one find the resultant of forces that are acting either in the same or in the opposite direction on an object?
3)What do you mean by ' state of motion ' of an object?
4)two forces f1 and f2 act on an object towards the left and two forces f3 and f4 act towards the right .determine the magnitude of the resultant force on the object . can you tell on what factors will the direction of resultant force depend?
Define gravitational force.
what is the difference between physics, chemistry and biology
what is force?explain the four effects of a force can produce giving relevant examples?
how does pressure due to liquid held in a container vary with,(a)depth (b) amount (c)shape and size of the container
What is Direct and Indirect force?
is flying a kite a pull, or push or both?
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