COMEDK 2020

COMEDK Engineering Entrance Exam 2020 Notification Released

COMEDK Engineering Entrance Exam 2020 Notification Released Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka(COMEDK) is an entrance exam conducts every year in the month of May for admission into Engineering courses in Private/Professional Colleges within the State of Karnataka. COMEDK organisation conducts COMEDK UGET(Undergraduate Entrance Test)-2020 for admission into first year B.Tech/B.Arch courses Read more about COMEDK Engineering Entrance Exam 2020 Notification Released[…]

Physics

Law of Radioactive Disintegration

Law of Radioactive Disintegration The spontaneous breaking of a nucleus is known as Radioactive Disintegration. According to Rutherford and Soddy made experimental study of the radioactive decay of various radioactive materials and gave the following the laws: Radioactive decay is a random and spontaneous process. It is not influenced by external conditions such as temperature, Read more about Law of Radioactive Disintegration[…]

National Law University

National Law University – All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2020 Exam Date Released

National Law University – All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2020 Exam Date Released AILET 2020 The NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, DELHI established in 2008 by Act No. 1 of 2008 is premier Law University established in the capital city of India. The National Law University, Delhi will conduct “All India Law Entrance Test – 2020 Read more about National Law University – All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2020 Exam Date Released[…]

Maths 1

Relation f⁻¹(x) with f⁻¹(1/x) – 2

Relation f⁻¹(x) with f⁻¹(1/x) – 2 Theorem: cos⁻¹(1/x) = sec⁻¹(x), for all Proof: cos⁻¹(1/x) = sec⁻¹(x) Let sec⁻¹(x) = θ Where θ ϵ [0, π] –{0} and x = secθ 1/x = 1/ secθ 1/x = cosθ θ = cos⁻¹(1/x) sec⁻¹(x) = θ sec⁻¹(x) = cos⁻¹(1/x) cos⁻¹(1/x) = sec⁻¹(x), for all Hence proved Theorem: Proof: Read more about Relation f⁻¹(x) with f⁻¹(1/x) – 2[…]

Physics

Resistivity, Conductivity and Conductance

Resistivity, Conductivity and Conductance 1) Resistivity: Resistivity is a measure of the resistance of a given size of a specific material to electrical conduction. From, , if ,  then  i.e. resistivity is numerically equal to the resistance of a substance having unit area of cross section and unit length. i) Unit and dimension: Its SI Read more about Resistivity, Conductivity and Conductance[…]