CBSE Class 11-science Questions and Answers

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CBSE XI Science - Physics

How to get ratio     

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CBSE XI Science - Physics

plzz answer this questions  

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CBSE XI Science - Physics

THE angle b/w A=(i cap+j cap) and B=(i cap-j cap) is

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CBSE XI Science - Physics

What does the universal gas constant R signifies

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CBSE XI Science - Mathematics

Find the range  f(x)= root 9-x^2 my doubt is that the answer says [0,3]. But since we have a square root, won't we get range [-3,3]?

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