Doubt Definition and 11 Discussions

Doubt is a mental state in which the mind remains suspended between two or more contradictory propositions, unable to be certain of any of them. Doubt on an emotional level is indecision between belief and disbelief. It may involve uncertainty, distrust or lack of conviction on certain facts, actions, motives, or decisions. Doubt can result in delaying or rejecting relevant action out of concern for mistakes or missed opportunities.

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  1. A

    Comp Sci For which of the following purposes is the Banker’s algorithm used?

    I am new to the operating system and I want to know, Is it right Banker's Algorithm is mainly used to prevent deadlock? I picked this question from and I think it is also used for Solving deadlock, Can anyone know, Is this right?
  2. Mr.Husky

    B How is the acceleration proportional to the removed force?

    Image above is the question. Below image depicts solution. if F1 is removed then the acceleration of that mass must be sum of accelerations of remaining forces. Right?? But answer says that acceleration of that mass is equal to acceleration of F1. I don't understand it. Can someone explain it??
  3. Manasan3010

    Is an answer possible - Conditional Probability

    I am a noob to this topic so correct me If I made any silly mistake. By plugging in the values I managed to get p(abc)=0.75*0.9*p(c|ab) Here How can I find p(c|ab)? Is this question unsolvable or can I derive it? I also want to know what is meant by p(abc) in literary terms. I also created a...
  4. Pushoam

    Work Energy Theorem: particle, system of particles, rigid body

    Question: A) Derive the work - energy theorem for one particle. B) Check whether it is applicable for a system of particles and a rigid body Work - energy theorem for one particle system, total sum of work done by individual forces = work done by total force To show the above equality, let's...
  5. Pushoam

    Angular velocities of drums

    Homework Statement Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution [/B] Since there is no net torque or net force acting on the system( which consists of the system given in the picture), I applied conservation of angular momentum and energy. I took on the L.H.S. the angular momentum or...
  6. Pushoam

    Uniform polarization and linear dielectrics

    Can a sphere with a frozen - in uniform polarization ## \vec P ## be considered a linear dielectrics? Following the definition of dielectrics given in Griffiths: The electric field inside the sphere, ## \vec E = \frac {-P}{3 \epsilon_0} ## So, ## \vec P ≠ ε_0 χ_e \vec E ## as ## ε_0 χ_e##...
  7. debajyoti datta

    Nature of electric current

    what is electric current...a scaler or vector?? ...well I personally believe that it is somewhere in between the two extremes (what is not 0,need not be an 1 either :oldbiggrin: ) ...particularly because of the strange similarity we see in vector addition and phasor addition)...some people...
  8. thegreengineer

    Nodal analysis, choosing number of nodes confusion

    Good evening people. Recently I started taking the "electric network analysis" course in my school. We already saw the mesh analysis method for solving circuits. Now we are seeing the node analysis method. I understand that the first step for this method is finding the number of nodes (and one...
  9. Rishabh076

    Gauss' theorem due to thin infinitely long sheet

    Our teacher derived an expression for electric field due to thin sheet using gauss law which was sigma/2*epsilon naught which was independent of r but dies that mean the field will be same even if r is 10000km but field is also equal to kq/r^2
  10. thegreengineer

    What does 0 V exactly mean in an electric circuit mean?

    I'm a mechatronics engineering student, and I know that electronics is a requirement in most engineering programs. I'm been dealing with electronics recently and I've been studying electric circuits. I've been noticing that in some of them instead of being closed (in diagrams) they are like...
  11. thegreengineer

    Basic Electronics: Transistor confusion

    So, recently I started learning about electronic components and then I started learning about semiconductors. The one which I've been having some real trouble to understand its function is the transistor. So I bought an electronics textbook called El ABC de La Electrónica (The ABC of Electronics...