Physics

Dimensional Formula of Stress

The dimensional formula of Stress is  [ M1  L-1  T-2 ] where [M], [L], and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. Now let’s see how …
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Dimensional Formula of Resistance

The dimensional formula of Resistance is  [ M1  L2  T-3 A-2 ] where [M], [L], [T], and [A] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, Time, and Ampere. From …
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Dimensional Formula of Impulse

The dimensional formula of Impulse is  [ M1  L1  T-1 ] where [M], [L], and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. From the above formula, …
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Dimensional Formula of Torque

The dimensional formula of Torque is  [ M1  L2  T-2 ] where [M], [L], and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. From the above formula, …
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Dimensional Formula of Work

The dimensional formula of Work is  [ M1  L2  T-2 ] where [M], [L] and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. From the above formula, …
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Dimensional Formula of Pressure

The dimensional formula of Pressure is  [ M1  L-1  T-2 ] where [M] [L] and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. From the above formula, …
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Dimensional Formula of Energy

The dimensional formula of Energy is  [ M1  L2  T-2 ] Here, [M], [L], and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. From the above formula, …
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Coefficient of Frictions

Coefficient Of Friction (COF) is a measure of the resistance between two surfaces. It can also be defined as the ratio of friction to a …
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Dimensional Formula of Force

The dimensional formula of force is  [ M1 L1 T-2 ] where, [M], [L], and [T] represent fundamental quantity Mass, Length, and Time. Now, let’s see how we …
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Dimensional Formula of Power

The dimensional formula of Power is [ M1  L2  T-3 ] where [M], [L], and [T] are the fundamental quantities: Mass, Length, and Time. From the above …
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Archimedes’ Principle

When a stone is immersed in a bucket completely filled with water, some amount of water spill out of the bucket. The weight of water …
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Bragg’s Law

Bragg’s law was first proposed by Sir William Bragg and his son Sir Lawrence Bragg. They studied about the diffraction of X-rays and devised a …
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Center of Mass

The center of mass (not to be confused with center to gravity) of a body is the point which behaves as if all the mass …
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Radius of Gyration

Radius of gyration is defined as the distance from the axis of rotation to a point where the total mass of the body is supposed …
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Dimensional Formula Analysis

The dimension of a physical quantity is defined as the power to which the fundamental quantities are raised to express the physical quantity. The dimension …
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Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton studied about motion scientifically and concluded some results which are called Newton’s laws of motion. There are three laws of motion. All three laws …
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