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CBSE XI Science Physics Motion in a Straight Line

dear sir/mam, plz answer the following question....

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CBSE IX Physics Force and Laws of Motion

what is accelaration

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CBSE XI Science ALL Subject

name a physical quantity which has same dimensional formula as that of acceleration?

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CBSE X Physics Electricity

what do you mean by differentiating equation? how did you got 2dv/dt=-7

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CBSE IX Physics Gravitation


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NEET ALL Class Physics Motion

An object follows a curved path. Can its speed and magnitude of acceleration be constant during the motion?

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JEE JEE (Main) Physics Centre of Mass and the Law of Conservation of Momentum

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JEE ALL Class Physics Motion in a Straight Line

A particle moves along a straight line according to the law 22  cbt2atS . The acceleration of the
particle varies as ?

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JEE ALL Class Physics Motion in a Plane

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ICSE X Physics Force

Draw a graph showing relation bw acceleration and force and mass
Also explain it

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Question 13

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ICSE IX Physics Motion in One Dimension

Difference between acceleration and velocity.

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