What is the difference between capital ‘G’ and small ‘g’ in the chapter gravitation? g G Acceleration due to gravity Universal constant of gravitation varies from place to place A constant everywhere on earth vector quantity A dimensional constant unit is ms-2 unit is Nm2kg-2 Incoming search terms:difference between G and Gdifference bet g and Gdifference [...]
Deduce the dimensional formula for workdone,pressure and density. [posted by boineelo ] Answer: workdone We know that workdone = force x distance Therefore [work done] = [force] [distance] but force = ma [force]=[m][a] [a]=[velocity]/[t] [velocity]=[displacement]/[t] So, putting all these together [work done]=[m][distance][distance]/[time][time] [work done]=ML2T-2 Similarly, you can work out the dimensional formula for pressure and density as [pressure]=[force]/[area]=ML-1T-2 [...]
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How to check the correctness of equation s=u+0.5a(2n-1) using dimensional analysis?(Please describe) In law of conservation of linear momentum derivation,why force acting on body B by A is taken as product of mass and acceleration of "B" and not "A" instead of "B"? Answer The accuracy is checked as usual, but remember that the … Continue reading Physics doubts from Class XI student
I have several doubts in physics.Would you like to answer me please?The following are the doubtful questions I have - 1.What is meant by 'Radic'? 2.What is a 'parallelopiped'?Is it a 3-dimensional parallelogram? 3.Why does no electric current flow through vacuum? 4.When several transparent materials are kept above each other, the resultant behaves like an … Continue reading Questions received from a curious UG student