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Question number: 1157

» Physics » Electricity

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Effective resistance between point and point in following circuit is:

Combination of six resistors

Combination of Six Resistors

In figure combination of six resistors is shown.

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Question number: 1158

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If a wire is made of metal of resistivity , and length of the wire is and diameter of wire is , then the resistance of the wire is:

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Question number: 1159

» Biology » Hereditary and Variation

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Hugo de Vries was gives his mutation theory on the experiments on

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Pisum sativum

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Oenothera lamarckiana

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Drosophila melanogaster

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Althea rosea

Question number: 1160

» Biology » Control and Coordination

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Identify the following figure and which movement is involves in this figure?

Image showing tropism movement.

Image Showing Tropism Movement.

Image showing tropism movement.

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Phototropism

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Hydrotropism

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Thigmotropism

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Geotropism

Question number: 1161

» Physics » Electricity

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A long metallic wire offers resistance. If the resistivity of a metal is , then the area of cross – sectional of wire is:

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Question number: 1162

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If four resistors of and are connected in series with a battery of negligible resistance, then current flowing through the circuit is:

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