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A resistance is measured by passing current through it and measuring the resulting voltage drop. If the voltmeter and the ammeter have uncertainties of and , respectively, then – (June)
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» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Dimensional Analysis
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The uncertainty in the value of resistance is:
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In the absence of an applied torque a rigid body with three distances principal moments of inertia given by is rotating freely about a fixed point inside the body. The Euler equations for the components of its angular velocity are
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» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
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The equilibrium points in space are –
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Consider the matrix (June)
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» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Taylor & Laurent Series
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The exponential of M simplifies to (I is the identity matrix)
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Question number: 66
» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Dimensional Analysis
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Using dimensional analysis, Plank defined a characteristic temperature from powers of the gravitational constant , Planck’s constant , Boltzmann constant and the speed of light in vacuum. The expression for is proportional to – (June)
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Question number: 67
» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Analytic Functions
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The dependence of current on the voltage of a certain device is given by,
Where and are constant. In an experiment the current is measured as the voltage applied across the device is increased. The parameters and can be graphically determined as, (June)
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a.  The slope and the intercept of the graph 

b.  The negative of the ratio of the intercept and the slope, and the intercept of the graph 

c.  The slope and the intercept of the graph 

d.  The negative of ratio of intercept and slope, and intercept of the graph 
