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The set of all points in a plane is called a hyperbola. The distance between these two fixed points in the plane will remain constant.… Read More
Selenic Acid consists of the elements Hydrogen, Selenium, and Oxygen. Hydrogen is non-toxic, odorless, colorless, and tasteless gas. It is the lightest element. Its atomic… Read More
Tipu Sultan who was named Sultan Fateh Ali Sahab Tipu after the saint Tipu Mastan Aulia of Arcot, is one of the greatest and most… Read More
The speed of a moving item at a given point in time while retaining a specific direction is known as instantaneous velocity. With the passage… Read More
A populace is characterized collectively by people of similar species living and interbreeding inside a given region. Individuals from a populace frequently depend on similar… Read More
Harappan design is the engineering of the bronze-age Indus Valley Civilization, an old society of individuals who lived from around 3300 BCE to 1300 BCE… Read More
After India acquired autonomy in 1947, it essentially needed to modify its economy without any preparation. The heads of those times needed to pick the… Read More
According to the definition of a right triangle, If one of the triangle’s angles is a right angle at 90° – the triangle is termed… Read More
The quotient rule is an important rule in the concept of derivatives. To find the derivatives of complex fractions this quotient rule is used. This… Read More
A root is a piece of a vascular plant typically present under the ground. Its essential functions include jetty of the plant, ingestion of water… Read More
The Doppler effect is defined as a rise or fall in the frequency of sound, light, or other waves when the source and observer move… Read More
As we all know, Earth rotates on its own axis, it takes about 24 hours for the earth to complete one rotation, which is the… Read More
The outer portion of the earth is formed by the covering and the upper mantle, which is known as the Lithosphere. It has a few… Read More
Snell’s law explains the relationship between the angle of refraction, incidence, and the refractive law of indices for the specified media such as light, glass,… Read More
Classical mechanics include kinetics and kinematics, which deal with the motion of objects or bodies in different spaces. The main distinction between kinetics and kinematics… Read More

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