What is intigration in physics? Please explain me whole concept
Asked by s.bedi2005 | 12th May, 2016, 07:28: PM
Integration is a concept in Mathematics. It is adding all the small elements together to get a larger element.
Explaining entire concept is not feasible. If you have any conceptual doubt then you may post it in the Mathematics section.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 15th May, 2016, 07:44: PM
- pls prove that
- a car is pulling a trailer in a plane.is force applied by car on trailer is equal to applied force by trailer on car?
- 21st sum
- State Newton's third law of motion.
- Newton's third law says that action and reaction are equal and opposite, then how does motion ever take place?
- Why does gun recoil while firing?
- Why is a hammer used to drive a nail into wood?
- Why chinaware and glassware are wrapped in paper or straw pieces before packing?
- What is the difference between the working of a jet plane and a rocket?
- The terms 'action' and 'reaction' in the third law gives an impression that action comes before reaction. Is there is any cause-effect relationship?
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