Concepts of Physics (Part 1) by H.C. VERMA


From the foreward of this 462 web page textbook: "Dr. Verma's ebook has been divided into elements due to the measurement of the manuscript. it's a different try and educate physics, and it'll be super beneficial to the undergraduate scholars. The exposition of every proposal is intensely lucid. In rigorously formatted chapters, along with difficulties and brief questions, a couple of target questions have additionally been integrated. This booklet can definitely be tremendous necessary not just as a textbook, but in addition for coaching of assorted aggressive examinations." Y. R. Waghmare, Professor of Physics, IIT Kanpur

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The value noted down includes all the digits that can be directly x +1 read from the scale and one doubtful digit at the end. sin x cos x x n(n -1) n+1 The doubtful digit corresponds to the eye estimation 1 within the smallest subdivision of the scale. This cos x sin x x x smallest subdivision is known as the least count of the 1 instrument. In a metre scale, the major graduations sec 2 x tan x tan- 1 a a x2 +a 2 are at an interval of one centimetre and ten 1 subdivisions are made between two consecutive major cosec 2X - cot X sin 1 i a qa 2 x graduations.

The quotient cannot have so many reliable digits. The rules for deciding the number of significant digits in an arithmetic calculation are listed below. 1. 0 significant digits. 0 will have two significant digits only. The insignificant digits are dropped from the result if they appear after the decimal point. 3 All the digits in this expression are significant. 7838.... 3 have 3 significant digits and 1374 has four. The answer should have three significant digits. 7838... to three significant digits, it becomes 1040.

We can easily add two or more vectors if we know their components along the rectangular coordinate axes. Let us have -4 —> —> -3 a = ax i+ ay j+ az k b= b, i + by + k —> —> c = c„ t + cy j + cz k and The work done by a force given by F • r. 0 m in vertically downward direction. Find the work done by the force during this displacement. Solution : The angle between the force F and the displacement r iis 180°. 0 m)(cos180°) then —> —> —> a + b + c = (a, + bx + cx)t + (ay + by + cy)j + (az+ bz + cz)17.

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