Introduction to the concept of trajectory A trajectory is the path followed by an object with mass in curvilinear motion (curved path) as a function of time. Mathematically ,It is defined by the equation in x-y coordinates. A famous example would be projectile motion like the ball thrown an angle or a bullet fired from […]
Number 75 is a composite number and we will find how to find the factors of 75 . We will also see technique to find out the Prime factorization of 75 easily Factors of 75 A factor of a number is an exact divisor of that number. So factors of 75 are the number which […]
This can be done in these simple steps
1) First draw a free body diagram of the body showing all the forces on it.
2) Carefully choose a X-Y coordinate system so that direction of the motion or direction of force lies in X or Y direction. This will simplfy the Problem
3) Applying Newton’s law find out any unknown forces
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When a PN junction is reversed biased it allows very small current to flow through it. This current is due to the movement of minority charge carriers and it is almost independent of the voltage applied.
If reverse bias is made too high, the current through PN junction increases abruptly and the voltage at which this phenomenon occurs is called breakdown voltage .
For one dimensional motion, the force can be found from Potential energy using following formula
Question: When a person walks on the floor? which direction force is applied by the person to move forward?
Question: According to Newton’s third law,each team in a tug of war pulls with equal force on the another team
What then determine which team will wins it
Two most common errors you should avoid when you see an average speed question.
The most common mistakes in average speed problems occurs when the question asks you to calculate the average speed of a object moving at two different speeds for different parts of the journey. Students are generally tempted to calculate the arithmetic mean (average) of the two speeds, and select a corresponding answer. This averaging approach is wrong.