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1. ### Distance, velocity & Acceleration

2as=vf^2-vi^2 sorry dont know that it's constant acceleration equation
2. ### Distance, velocity & Acceleration

not constant acceleration with constant "Velocity" and if velocity is constant acceleration is always ZERO
3. ### Distance, velocity & Acceleration

but if i use equation of motion 2as=vf^2-vi^2 it give me some answer like 2.78m/s^2 :confused:
4. ### Distance, velocity & Acceleration

But how ? :uhh:
5. ### Distance, velocity & Acceleration

taking derivation of distance equation is easy as every body knows. differentiating distance we get velocity and differentiating velocity we get acceleration but if a bird fly from one tree to another of distance 50m in 3 sec. we can get it's velocity by v=s/t but how can we get it's...
6. ### What is slope?

sorry very difficult explanation. cant get that.
7. ### What is slope?

because i m confused b/w tangent line and slop!
8. ### What is slope?

Hello! What is slope. Is it rate of "average change" or "rate of instantaneous" change? Please elaborate
9. ### SCR and Diode are Active or Passive Components?

@Carl Pugh thanks you sir
10. ### SCR and Diode are Active or Passive Components?

but i read somewhere on wikiuniversity.com that those components that supply power like battery etc are active components and those components that absorb or dissipate power. In SCR we basically control the triggering pulse so get desired power/output! it's mean if firing angle is 90deg then...
11. ### SCR and Diode are Active or Passive Components?

Hello! SCR and Diode are Active or Passive Components? Please clarify the definition of Active and passive components. I have some confusion in it! Regards otoman

13. ### L1 and L2 cache? Question

Hello! According to many sites L1 is internal cache and Level 2 cache, cache memory that is external to the microprocessor. but according to this intel core2duo box (photo) , intel is selling this L2 cache on processor not on another chip. http://i40.tinypic.com/i4fu4n.jpg why is...
14. ### Ground is always considered at 0 Volt?

because i tested this thing with a software livewire 1.1 . the bulb glows if one battery provides 15 v and other 5v. And as there is a difference of 10 volts.
15. ### Ground is always considered at 0 Volt?

and if one source offers 5 volt and other offers 15 volt ? will bulb glow? because now there is a potential difference as it's called voltages!
16. ### Ground is always considered at 0 Volt?

ground is always considered at 0 Volt? Will this bulb glow and why?

18. ### How to calculate displacement from distance?

i want to do it mathematically not using google earth. is there any formula to find displacement from distance? suppose if i use helicopter how would i have to cover from islamabad to Sialkot?
19. ### How to calculate displacement from distance?

the distance from Islamabad to my hometown "sialkot" is 300km. if i use helicopter what would be the displacement ? Thank you!
20. ### How could this possible?

thank you sir!
21. ### How could this possible?

ohhhh! got that one! you mean there is no current flowing so voltmeter is telling the source voltages 220. and there is no voltage drop? got that one! thank you !
22. ### How could this possible?

but the circuit is open so there is no current flowing v=IR I=0A so v=0*any Resistance = 0volt but software is saying 200. it's contrary with the theories that we read before in book. on thing more voltmeter is always applied in parallel with the load here in pic the voltmeter is not applied...
23. ### How could this possible?

actually this question was asked by our teacher in exams i answered 0 volts but when i checked it with a software livewire 1.11 it answers 220 V who is rite?
24. ### How could this possible?

As every body knows in series voltage drops and voltmeter is applied in parallel but look at this image . as the circuit is broken and voltmeter is applied but still Vmeter is showing 220V? how?
25. ### Why we take right hand and left hand limit

Why we take right hand and left hand limit of a function? what actually we are trying to find on that time? asymptotes or ......?
26. ### Circuit analysis problem

understanding that. sir do you have any book or video that will clear my concept about current flow ? because it's very puzzling to me!
27. ### Circuit analysis problem

direction of current in both pics is downward but in one pic there is negative sign and in other there is positive ?