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Establish relation between electricity & magnetism. Faraday's experiments & definition of magnetic flux in terms of magnetic field & area vector.
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Sir, please explain to me why my answer is wrong. The correct answer is given as option 2. I know the method to get option 2, but I want to know why my method is wrong. Please help me.
In the chain question in Laws of motion chapter, in which the maximum length of the chain that can hang freely from the table is asked, how is the weight of the chain hanging, whose direction is vertically downwards, said to be balanced by the force of friction in the part of chain lying on the table, whose direction is to the left ? How can forces that are not opposite to each other, byt instead perpendivular to each other, said to balance each other?
A small mass when kept inside a hemispherical bowl, and the hemispherical bowl is spun around its vertical axis, goes up some distance from the centre of the bowl, and remains at equilibrium in that position. Please help explain the reason why this mass moves up when the bowl starts rotating. It is centrifugal force when we talk from non - inertial frame, but centrifugal force is a pseudo force. So please explain the real mathematical reason why the mass goes up that particular distance in bowl , when bowl spins. Why won't the mass stay in the bottom centre of the bowl itself, while the bowl spins?