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Jee Main 2013 Information Bulletin Myengg
jee main 2013 information bulletin myengg
. held between 08.04.2013 and 25.04.2013 while Paper-2 will be held on 07.04.2013 in the cities for.

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Jee Main 2013 Solutions Resonance
jee main 2013 solutions resonance
= 10.61 KHz This condition is obtained by applying the condition that rate of decay of capacitor voltage must be equal or less then the rate of decay modulated singnal voltage for proper detection of mdoulated signal. Ans (2) 13. A beam of unpolarised light of intensity 0 is passed through a polaroid A and then through another polaroid B which is oriented so that its principal plane makes an angle of 45º relative to that ofThe intensity of the emergent light is : (1) 0 (2) 0/2 (3) 0/4 (4) 0/8 Relation.

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Jee Mains 2013 Mock Exam Important Miet Kumaon
jee mains 2013 mock exam important miet kumaon
1. One mole of a diatomic gas is compressed to one fourth its original volume Vo according to the law : VT2 = constant. The initial pressure is Po. Then, which of the following is not true. (a) ΔQ = Po Vo / 2 (b) W = – Po Vo (c) ΔU = 2.5 Po Vo (d) ΔP = 7 Po Which of the following combinations of three dimensionally different physical quantities P, Q, R can never be a meaningful quantity? (a) (P – Q) / R (b) PQ/R (c) PQ – R (d) (PR – Q2) / QR Two particles A & B are projected from the same point in .

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Jee Mains 2013 Resonance
jee mains 2013 resonance
(2) Statement-I is true; Statement-II is true; Statement-II is not a correct explanation for Statement-I. (3) Statement-I is true; Statement-II is false. (4) Statement-I is false; Statement-II is true. (2) Statement-II : (p  q) (~ q ~p) (p  q) (p q) which is always true so statement -II is true Statement-I : (p  ~q)  (~ p  q) =p  ~q ~ p q =p  ~ p ~q q =f  f =f so statement -I is true Page # 4

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Jee Main 2013 Test2
jee main 2013 test2
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