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The word ‘Physics’ is derived from Greek: it means ‘knowledge of nature'. Physics seeks to explain the laws of nature and studies the mechanism behind it. Physics is referred to as the most fundamental science; it lends base to the other sciences. In fact, physicists say that without Physics, there would be no Chemistry or Biology. Physics is also one of three core subjects in NEET.
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Periodic Properties (I)
Diversity in the living world
Solid State (P)
Reproduction in organisms
U&D, Vector, Kinematics (11th)
Periodic Properties (I) , Atomic Structure (P) , Nomenclature (O)
Diversity in the living world, Reproduction in organisms
PART - I
The quantities which can be measured by an instrument and by means of which we can describe the laws of physics are called physical quantities.
Types of physical quantities :
Seven physical fundamental quantities
(4) electric current,
(5) thermodynamic temperature
(6) amount of substance
(7) luminous intensity
(i) Metre : 1m = 1,650, 763.73 wavelengths in vaccum, of radiation corresponding to organ-red light of krypton-86.
(ii) Second : 1s = 9,192, 631,770 time periods of a particular form Ceasium - 133 atom.
(iii) Kilogram : 1kg = mass of 1 litre volume of water at 4°C
(iv) Ampere : It is the current which when flows through two infinitely long straight conductors of negligible cross-section placed at a distance of one metre in vacuum produces a force of 2 × 10–7 N/m between them.
(v) Kelvin : 1K = 1/273.16 part of the thermodynamic temperature of triple point of water.
(vi) Mole : It is the amount of substance of a system which contains as many elementary particles (atoms, molecules, ions etc.) as there are atoms in 12g of carbon - 12.
(vii) Candela : It is luminous intensity in a perpendicular direction of a surface of of a black body at the temperature of freezing point under a pressure of 1.013 × 105 N/m2.
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Could you please give me the values of all the constants that we have to remember for neet?
And also should we byheart the values of latent heat of fusion and vaporisation?
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★ consider two observers one whose frame is attached to the ground and another whose frame is attached to the train moving with uniform velocity 'u'with respect to the ground. each observed that a particle initially at rest to the train is accelerated by a constant force applied to it for time 't' in the forward direction with an acceleration a then the gain in kinetic energy of the particle is measured by an observer in
1)the Train is 1/2ma²t²
2)The ground is 1/2ma²t² + maut
3)any frame is equal to work done by the force in that frame.
4)All of the above
Please explain how to solve this