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What are the ways to harness nuclear energy?

Nuclear fission and fusion are two ways to harness nuclear energy ...
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What is the difference between a tornado and a cyclone?

A cyclone is a huge and powerful storm. A cyclone consists of a low pressure area with high pressure all ...
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Which of these are not the advantages of hydel power generation?

Pollution is rarely created. Reduces greenhouse emissions. Relatively low maintenance costs. It is renewable ...
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Why are most of thermal power plants located near coal mines?

As transmission of electricity is more efficient than transporting coal or petroleum. Hence thermal power plants are set up near ...
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Add 3.1421 ,0.241 and 0.09 and give your answer with correct precision

3.1421 0.241 +0.09 ________ ← (least no. of decimal places) 3.4731 Answer : 3.47 ...
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Calculate the force between two masses of 100 kg and 1000 kg separated by a distance of 10 m (G = 6.67 × 10–11 Nm2/kg2).

According to Newton's law of gravitation, force of attraction between two bodies is Here, m1 = 100 kg; m2 = ...
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Which of the following is the use of artificial satellite

Artificial satellite, which is launched from earth's surface, has to meet some specific purposes, which are weather forecasting, remote sensing, ...
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Friction that exists between two surfaces in contact, when there is no relative motion between them is called as?

When there is no relative motion between two surfaces in contact then their exists static friction ...
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Explain two phenomena that shows movement of wind is caused due to unequal heating on earth?

Land breeze and sea breeze are two natural phenomena which shows that movement of air occurs due to uneven heating ...
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What would be the impact on friction if powder is sprinkled on the carom board?

Sprinkling of powder makes the surface of the board smoother than before due to comparatively less inter-locking between irregularities of ...
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Calculate the force between 2 masses of 50 kg and 100 kg separated by a distance of 10 m.

According to Newton's law of gravitation, force of attraction between two bodies is Here, m1 = 100 kg; m2 = ...
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The two windings of a transformer is 

The two windings of a transformer are Inductively Linked ...
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