- cannot be replaced by a single equivalent force
- less force is needed by the user
- remain in the spacecraft
- the height and the time of fall
- the total K.E after impact is
- The total energy of the ball is constant throughtout the motion
- Polarization
- The limiting friction is less than the required centripetal force
- Longitudinal and Stationary
- Wavelength of sound is greater than that of light waves
- The amplitude of oscillations gradually decreases
- produce the state of stable equilibrium
- a monochromatic source of red light be used
- very short focal length and converging properties
- has a definite quality
- it is constant but not zero

# Category Archives: Extras

## Questions for Section ‘C’

Make a checklist for these questions, so you may have an idea that how much you have prepared till now.

**For Section ‘B’ and MCQs**

Go through Past Papers, At least, at least last 10 years exam papers.

## Formula Bank Chap 5 – 10

## Preparation Material: Chapter 9, 10

## Preparation Material: Numerical Problems Chap 6,7 & 8

Chapters 6,7 & 8-Numerical Problems

Do prepare these problems from Examination point of view and if you find any difficulty while solving these problems then please consult.

## Material for Preparation for Exams

Go through this material … Solve everything… If there is something difficult or confusing, clear it before mid-term examinations.

CHAPTER 2,3,4 – MCQs w/ Solution

CHAPTER 2,3,4 – THEORETICAL QUESTIONS & NUMERICAL PROBLEMS

For dimensional part of Chapter 1 – Go through five year papers – I’ll also discuss that in the class

Other than that there will be revision of Chapter 2 + difficult concepts of 3 & 4 and a discussion about “The Exam Paper Pattern of BIEK-XI Physics & How to solve that Question Paper”

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## Scientific Notation – Practice Sheet w/ Solution

Practice – Conversion of Exponential to Standard form with solution

Practice – Conversion of Standard to Exponential form with solution