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When the velocity changes, the acceleration changes as well, but not in the same direction. As a result, an object moving along a circular path… Read More
Beam Deflection is defined as a phenomenon in which some load is used to deflect a body. In other words, it is the deflection of… Read More
Static electricity is defined as an imbalance of electric charges in a body, especially the negative and positive charges. In other words, the discharge of… Read More
The momentum of an object is a vector quantity equal to the product of its velocity and mass. A body can only develop momentum when… Read More
Antenna gain is defined as the degree of directivity of the antenna’s radiation pattern. It is equal to the product of the antenna’s electrical efficiency… Read More
The speed of a moving item at a given point in time while retaining a specific direction is known as instantaneous velocity. With the passage… Read More
The Doppler effect is defined as a rise or fall in the frequency of sound, light, or other waves when the source and observer move… Read More
Snell’s law explains the relationship between the angle of refraction, incidence, and the refractive law of indices for the specified media such as light, glass,… Read More
Classical mechanics include kinetics and kinematics, which deal with the motion of objects or bodies in different spaces. The main distinction between kinetics and kinematics… Read More
The efficiency of an object is defined as the ability to get close to a certain output from a given input with the least amount… Read More
When measuring electric fields from various continuous charge distributions such as linear, surface, and volume, we come across electric charge density. When understanding current electricity,… Read More
Light is electromagnetic radiation that acts like a wave as a particle as well. De Broglie wavelength explains this dual existence of light by explaining… Read More
Power is defined as a time-oriented value that computes the rate of doing work. It is defined as the rate at which work is performed… Read More
Potential energy is defined as the energy stored in a body due to its physical properties like the mass of the object or the position… Read More
Flow rate is the measurement of how much liquid travels in a given length of time, as the name implies. Its current is also affected… Read More

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