1. A carbon resistor of 47 k ohms is to be marked in the colour code . Write the sequence of colours .

2. A toaster produces more heat than a light bulb when connected in parallel to the 220 V mains

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# Month: July 2011

## A few problems from Current electricity

## Big Bang Theory

## A Numerical from kinematics

## Numerical Problems based on Newton’s Laws

## A Question on Evaporation

## Google Guru – A Great Help on the move

## Is the equation for displacement in the n th second dimensionally correct?

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1. A carbon resistor of 47 k ohms is to be marked in the colour code . Write the sequence of colours .

2. A toaster produces more heat than a light bulb when connected in parallel to the 220 V mains

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Is the equation for displacement in the n th second dimensionally correct?

S = u + a (n- 1/2)

**Answer:**

Yes

**See the explanation given by Vimal Raj**

If we notice the derivation of this formula let t1=x

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