Category Archive: Questions Received via Ask Me Email

Aug 15

A question from maths

There are six points in a plane. The largest distence between two points is D and smallest distence is d. Find the ratio D/d.

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Aug 15

A Question based on Gauss Law

A circular ring of radius r made of a nonconducting material is placed with its axis is parallel to a uniform electric field if the ring rotated by 180 degrees Does the flux changes? A Q charge is uniformly

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Aug 10

An Idea on UltraSonics

Sarin John Skaria Asked:

“We know that a kidney stone is broken down by using ultrasound waves.now think about creating a machine which can produce a large no.of ultrasound waves in an instance . it

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Apr 16

A Question based on Pulleys

In a single fixed pulley the velocity ratio is always more than mechanical advantage. Why?

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Mar 15

Questions received via chat interface

  1. Why the magnetic field lines do not intersect
  2. How contact force is related  with physical pendulum?

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Mar 11

Some question asked earlier by students

TWO IDENTICAL CONDUCTING SPHERES ‘A’ & ‘B’ CARRY EQUAL CHARGES. THEY ARE INITIALLY SEPARATED BY A DISTANCE MUCH  LARGER THAN THEIR DIAMETERS AND THE FORCE BETWEEN

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Mar 08

A Question from Heat and Thermodynamics

A thermo stated chamber at a height ‘h’ above the earth’s surface and maintained at 30 degree Celsius has a clock fitted with an uncompensated pendulum. The maker of the clock for the chamber

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