## Progressive Waves

Introduction Progressive waves are a type of wave that travels through a medium. These waves transfer energy from one point to another. The particles in… Read More »Progressive Waves

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Introduction Progressive waves are a type of wave that travels through a medium. These waves transfer energy from one point to another. The particles in… Read More »Progressive Waves

Question When two progressive waves y1=4 sin(2x–6t) and y2 = 3sin(2x−6t−(π/2)) are superimposed, the amplitude of the resultant wave is Answer The final answer to the above question is… Read More »when two progressive waves y1=4 sin(2x-6t)

Introduction In this article, we will explore the key differences between scalars and vectors. If you have interest in mathematics or physics, you have probably… Read More »Differences Between Scalars and Vectors

Introduction When it comes to studying physics, there are two important concepts that every student must know: vectors and scalars. Both of these terms are… Read More »Vectors and Scalars

Introduction When we talk of impedance vs resistance we are simply referring to the differences and similarities that exist between impedance vs resistance. In this… Read More »Impedance Vs Resistance

Question From the diagram above, a weight W = 60N is suspended horizontally by a string attached to a wall. Find the tension T on… Read More »From the diagram above, a weight W = 60N is suspended

Question What is the resultant force when two forces 10n and 20n are inclined at angle 60 to each other? Answer: Final outcome: The final… Read More »What is the resultant force when two forces 10n and 20n are inclined at angle 60 to each other?

Question A body moving at 20 m/s decelerates uniformly at 5m/s2 till its speed becomes 10 m/s. The distance covered within this period is Answer… Read More »A body moving at 20 m/s decelerates uniformly at 5m/s2

Question Calculate the number of moles of an ideal gas of volume 12.0 meter cube at a pressure of 6 x 103 Nm-2 and 27… Read More »Calculate the number of moles of an ideal gas of volume 12.0 m^3

Question What does vo mean in physics? Answer The symbol vo is correctly written as V0 or v0. We write the zero sign as a… Read More »what does vo mean in physics?

Question A projectile is launched at an angle of 30 degrees with a horizontal and a speed of 30 m/s. How much time does it… Read More »A Projectile is Launched at an Angle of 30

Introduction We can simply explain the dual nature of light as the ability of light to behave like a particle or like a wave. Before… Read More »Detail Explanation of the Dual Nature of Light

Introduction To understand how to calculate critical angle, we will apply the formula below: C = sin-1 (1 / n) or C = sin-1 (na… Read More »How to Calculate Critical Angle

Introduction In this post, i will walk you through what is critical angle and it’s formula. I will also solve a few problems to help… Read More »What is Critical Angle and its Formula?

Question What is the critical angle for light traveling from crown glass (n = 1.52) into water (n = 1.33)? Answer The answer to the… Read More »what is the critical angle for light traveling from crown glass (n = 1.52) into water (n = 1.33)?