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Physics

Asked by Murshidha · 7 months ago

Physics and Technology?

Physics Generating New Technology: Newton's law of motion helped in the development of rockets. Bernoulli's principle helped in the development of an airplane's wings. The concept of thermodynamics helped in the development of heat engines. The heating effect of electric current helped in the development of incandescent bulbs and vacuum diodes. The chemical effect of electric current is used in el... more

Physics

Asked by Murshidha · 7 months ago

Physics and Technology?

Physics Generating New Technology: Newton's law of motion helped in the development of rockets. Bernoulli's principle helped in the development of an airplane's wings. The concept of thermodynamics helped in the development of heat engines. The heating effect of electric current helped in the development of incandescent bulbs and vacuum diodes. The chemical effect of electric current is used in el... more

Physics

Asked by Murshidha · 7 months ago

Physics and Technology?

Physics Generating New Technology: Newton's law of motion helped in the development of rockets. Bernoulli's principle helped in the development of an airplane's wings. The concept of thermodynamics helped in the development of heat engines. The heating effect of electric current helped in the development of incandescent bulbs and vacuum diodes. The chemical effect of electric current is used in el... more

English

Asked by Saim · 7 months ago

How does dickens present the influence of fear in a ACC?

Charles Dickens’ captivating novella, ‘A Christmas Carol’ follows the exploits of protagonist Ebenezer Scrooge, set against the shocking backdrop of nineteenth century London. Throughout this ‘ghostly tale’, Scrooge must undergo many revelations in an effort to cause a change, as it is fear that encapsulates this man leading to his detriment. It is the fear of being responsible or a dismal future... more

History

Asked by Rebecca · 7 months ago

Features of Elizabethan society?

Elizabethan Society was a very different place to the society that we live in today. Many of the things we take for granted now simply did not exist in Elizabeth’s time. Society was based on strict social structures that ensured everyone knew their place. It was through this system that Elizabethan society functioned. At the top of the social structure was the Monarch. Below them came the nobilit... more

Physics

Asked by Kas · 7 months ago

Good day . I’ve been asked to calculate theoretical deflection My load = 0.981 N , length =560mm , youngs modulus = 207GN/m^2 , breath = 19.36, depth=3.07. Someone please assist me . My answer was incorrect?

deflection can be calculated by taking the double integral of the Bending Moment Equation, M(x) divided by EI (Young's Modulus x Moment of Inertia).

Law

Asked by Amy · 6 months ago

Case for and against the uk adopting a written constitution?

Introduction Constitutions are the foundations for virtually every nation in the world. To put it simply, it is a system of rules that establish the structure of the state and the principles by which it operates. In other words, they simultaneously create, empower, and limit the institutions that govern society[1]. Different from many countries, the British constitution cannot be found in one sin... more

Law

Asked by Tasnim · 6 months ago

What are the significant cases to use for Eu law, devolution and human rights act? In order of challenging parliamentary sovereignty?

R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union 2017

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