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How alternating current can be  measured?

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What is Z here?

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My teacher given me this question And Answer is 6.12 Ampere?/

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What is the equation used? Fouriers law?

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The thermal conductivity of copper is 4 times that of brass. Two rods of copper and brass having same length and cross section are joined end to end. The free end of copper is at 0 degree C and the free end of brass is at 100 degree C. The temperature of the junction is?

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how is the following statement true?   Total work done by spring force may be positive, negative or zero.   please explain the reason how can the total work done be positive, negative or zero though we know that the spring force is always directed towards mean position and the spring force is always negative.

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How to know wether a given voltage or current in a question is peak or rms

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In a capacitive circuit , current leads the voltage , How can it be practically possible as we havn't applied the voltage yet and still current exsists?

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Obtain the expression for instantaneous current and natural frequency during L-C oscillation?

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