**Vernier Caliper**

A vernier caliper is a tool utilized to measure linear dimensions and determine the diameters of circular objects using its measuring jaws. History Calipers can be traced back to the …

A vernier caliper is a tool utilized to measure linear dimensions and determine the diameters of circular objects using its measuring jaws. History Calipers can be traced back to the …

Uniform acceleration is basically constant acceleration which means that the rate of change of velocity will be constant. Let us understand this in detail. Whenever a body moves or starts …

Inductors and Capacitors are among the essential components for modern-day electronics. Both these devices utilize the fundamental laws of Electromagnetism. They both store energy within themselves, either in the form …

Lamis Theorem is used on a body under the influence of 3 forces, or when three forces are acting on a body. Lamis Theorem Statement “When three forces acting at …

A Sonometer is a device which uses the concept of standing waves to measure the mass per unit length or density of a wire. A sonometer is also called a Monochord. …

Lateral Inversion is basically the reversal of left and right. For example, when the letter b is laterally reversed, it forms the letter d. (more or less). It is commonly …

A magnetic field is produced whenever an electrical charge is in motion. An electron orbiting the nucleus of an atom produces the magnetic field as does an electrical current flowing through …

Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetic Force on Charge/Current Formulas Read More »

String waves are an example of transverse waves. A transverse wave is a wave whose oscillations are perpendicular to the direction of the wave’s propagation. In this article, we will see …

Simple Harmonic Motion or SHM is a periodic motion where the restoring force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the object’s displacement and acts toward the object’s equilibrium position. …

Circular motion is the motion of an object along a circular path. It can be uniform, with a constant angular rate of rotation, or non-uniform with a changing rate of …

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