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Aakarsh Jha

Subject: Science, asked 1 day ago
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Plz solve this question also can we round off the ans

Aakarsh Jha

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 1 hour ago
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Plz solve Q16 calculation part u want full steps how they got that ans ???also in exam can we round off the ans to 3.6 approx upto one decimal place or do we need to round off to 2 decimal place i am confused ??plz tell which is appropriate if you are an physics expert of Meritnation. Plz ans i need my ans soon only in a paper

Glìtçh 🤘🏻

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 1 hour ago
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Copper atomic number

Mandy

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 2 hours ago
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what is relationship between school and community

Glìtçh 🤘🏻

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 2 hours ago
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Calculate the molar mass NH3?

Finu Dilhan

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 19 hours ago
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Mixture of acetone and water is a homogeneous mixture??

Finu Dilhan

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 19 hours ago
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Is ink a heterogeneous or homogeneous mixture??

M Ram Koushik

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 22 hours ago
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Kalyan Sona and Sonalika became very popular and popular for runners of green revolution in India these varieties of. rice. sugarcane. wheat. maize

Purvi Mohanty

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 22 hours ago
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A car starts from rest and role down with a constant acceleration. It travels a distance of 500 m is 20 sec . calculate its acceleration. If its mass is 4 metric tons what is the force acting on it.

M Ram Koushik

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 22 hours ago
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125 gram of any Na2So4 is dissolved in 10 raise to power 3 kg of solution is concentration will be 2.5 PPM. 25 PPM. 250 PPM. 100 PPM

Pratyush Kumar

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 22 hours ago
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find the ratio of initial force and the final force when the mass of each body has been doubled distance remains same

Pratyush Kumar

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 22 hours ago
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Find the initial force and the final force when the mass of each body has been doubled distance remains same

Op Goel

Subject: Science, asked 1 day, 23 hours ago
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While calculating the acceleration due to gravity why dont we take F = mass of earth x acceleration produced? We taking F = mass of the object x acceleration produced in the proof. Please explain my question in detail as I am unclear. The proof for acceleration due to gravity is given in the picture

Op Goel

Subject: Science, asked 2 days ago
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In the proof of Newton's inverse square rule , why is centripetal force = mass x velocity^2 / radius?

Suhani Sharma

Subject: Science, asked 2 days, 2 hours ago