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Answer to: Geometrical Optics, Spherical Mirror

@swati This question requires the application of differential calculus. Assuming that you have already practised it enough let me answer this question...

10 months ago
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Answer to: What is interference pattern ? please explain.

@swati In Physics, Interference is the interaction of two similar waves. For example, if you throw two stones into a pond of still water at the same t...

12 months ago
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Answer to: Tension

A tensor is not a physical quantity per se. In some cases, a tensor (rank 0 or 1) may represent a scalar or vector quantity but in a general sense, It...

1 year ago
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Answer to: Tension

@blankA quantity that doesn't obey vector laws cannot be considered a vector. Tension (or compression) in general is not a force but a pair of...

1 year ago
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Answer to: Find the velocity of the image with respect to the ground.

@swati The key to this simple problem is the mirror equation that relates the object distance to the image distance. Although the question does not ...

1 year ago
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Answer to: How 360° is complete angle ?

If you mean that why a circle or any closed loop makes an angle $360^\circ$ with its centre or any internal point, then here is the answer. Consider...

1 year ago
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Answer to: Could you explain Doppler's effect in simple language?

Since you have particularly asked to explain Doppler's effect "in simple language", I will avoid all the mathematical formulas and explain the basic p...

1 year ago
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RE: Wave

@swati I have moved your question from the 'Suggest' forum to the 'Ask' forum. When you ask a physics question, please ask in this forum. That's how y...

1 year ago
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Answer to: What does Physics mean to you?

IMHO, Physics is the fundamental method to unlock Nature's secrets.

2 years ago
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