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Onkar B

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M.Sc. Physics PhD ongoing : I can Teach Physics, astronomy fundamentals.
  • Experience:Working as a tutor at Chegg india pvt ltd and transtutors aince last one year.
  • Qualification:B.Sc.
  • Board:CBSE
  • Pincode:416004
Teaches: Algebra, Physics, School level computer, Basic Computer, MS Office

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B.Sc.

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Working as a tutor at Chegg india pvt ltd and transtutors aince last one year.

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Online Tuition Only

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I can solve homework, assignments, dissertation etc regarding my subject expertise.

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  • Because red light is mostly scattered by the air molecules present in the sorrounding atmosphere. 

     

  • What is the Greenhouse effect? Posted in: Physics | Date: 18/01/2016

    The collections of the sun's warmth in the Earth's lower atmosphere, due to the greater transparency of the atmosphere to visible radiation from the sun than to infrared radiation emitted from the planet's surface.

  • 4. Go Solar: Many people have caught the energy efficient band wagon of solar energy. Having solar panels installed is something readily possible and available. Incentives and discounts given by government agencies and energy companies make solar energy something to look ...

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  • Define the power of a lens. Posted in: Physics | Date: 18/01/2016

    It is equal to the reciprocal of the focal length of the device: P = 1/f. High optical power corresponds to short focal length. The SI unit for opticalpower is the inverse metre (m−1), which is commonly called the dioptre. Converging lenses have positive o...

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  • What is an Ohmic resistor? Posted in: Physics | Date: 18/01/2016

    An element (resistor or conductor) that behaves according to Ohm's law over some operating range is referred to as an ohmic device (or anohmic resistor) because Ohm's law and a single value for the resistance suffice to describe the behavior of the device over that range....

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  • The answer is TV and door Bell !

  • Fundamental units cannot be broken down. Some SI Fundamental Units are:  s - second - time  kg - kilogram - mass  A - Ampere - current  K - Kelvin - Temperature  Other units, such as the Joule and the Volt can be derived from fundamental units i.e. a 1 ...

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  • Which lena is used to correct myopia? Posted in: Physics | Date: 20/01/2016

    Myopia - Short Sighted. Myopia is the term used to define short sightedness. Light from a distant object forms an image before it reaches the retina. This could be because the eye is too long, or the cornea or crystalline lens is too strong.

  • The actual power or magnification of a compound optical microscope is the product of the powers of the ocular (eyepiece) and the objective lens. The maximum normal magnifications of the ocular and objective are 10× and 100× respectively, giving a final ma...

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  • What is the principle of superposition? Posted in: Physics | Date: 20/01/2016

    In physics and systems theory, thesuperposition principle, also known assuperposition property, states that, for all linear systems, the net response at a given place and time caused by two or more stimuli is the sum of the responses which would have been caused by each stimulus in...

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  • Generally coherence in interference is obtained by two methods  (1) Division of wave front where wavefront is divided into two parts by reflection, refraction or diffraction and those two parts reunite at a small angle to produce interference as done in case of Young's double slit...

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  • What are coherent sources of light? Posted in: Physics | Date: 20/01/2016

    Coherent sources... Two sources of lightare said to be coherent if the waves emitted from them have the same frequency and are 'phase-linked'; that is, they have a zero or constant phase difference.

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