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...
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.
why the author is using negative sign there?
And here the problem is different the author is using different current flow signs and one answer is positive and other is negative why is this so?
As we know the potential barrier of silicon diode is 0.7V at "Normal Temperature"
But if the Temperature is 120 degree Centigrade then what will happen?
1) the Potential Barrier will increase
3) Remain Same
Please Explain also!
As we know that usually and mostly Uranium is used in Nuclear Reactors. So ma question is why Uranium is used as compared to thorium and Radium.
Second thing that Uranium is found in solid, powder or which form it's found.
I am in 12 grade. In this period of time I have learn much calculus like integ and differenct. I want to know up to which class/grade i have to face calculus i m doing DAE in Electrical.
Is calculus is in Engineering or in Mater level (16th) grade ?
As we know in indo-pak our home supply voltages frequency is 50 Hz. And in USA it's 60Hz. Is there any device/circuit that can change frequency to 15Hz or any other according to our requirements.
Please Elaborate :confused:
Here i m using a simulation software, but it showing me problem.
the software is showing 1.80 micro voltss at negative terminal which should be zero. Plz see image.
Is software is doing some mistake or i have little knowledge?
As we know, Electrical technology deals with generation of Electricity, it's transmission and utilization. so my humble question is what are the necessary computer softwares that a Electrical engineer should learn?
unit of force is newton but....
For is measured in Newton but in National Geographic Special documentaries, we have usually heard them using unit "pound" like to determine force like
1) 500 pound bite force of dog
2) 1800 pounds bite force of hippo
Why they measure force in pounds not in...