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    Posted 3 hrs ago in Form 2

    Motion In Straight Line

    can you explain more about motion in straight line???

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    Posted 2 hrs ago in Form 2

    Magnetism

    What are the six properties of all magnets

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    Posted 7 mins ago in Form 1

    Measurement

    What's measurement

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    Posted 46 mins ago in Form 1

    Introduction To Physics

    Hae, does anyone know an easy way of understanding meaursement one?

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    Posted 48 mins ago in Form 2

    Magnestism

    What does the domain theory state

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    Posted 4 hrs ago in Form 2

    Magnestism

    What is magnetism

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    Yvette Kunegonda   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    This is the ability of a magnet to attract or repell an object

    Posted 16 hrs ago in Form 2

    Magnetism

    how can we protect a magnet from loosing its magnetism?

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    Belinda Limo   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    By storing it in pairs and placing stopper\soft iron on both ends making a complete lope

    Posted 18 hrs ago in Form 3

    Light

    what is a critical angle?

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    Posted 20 hrs ago in Form 3

    Light

    What is "white light" 

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    is a medium that help people to see

    Posted 21 hrs ago in Form 3

    Light

    State laws of friction

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    Wilson Mutethia   Posted on 2 days ago

    Amount of friction is proportional to the amount of FORCE exerted on the surface in contact.

    Wilson Mutethia   Posted on 2 days ago

    Friction does not depend on area of contact between the object

    Friction depends on the NATURE of the surface in contact.

    Posted 1 day ago in Form 2

    Magnetism

    What is magnetic line of force

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    Posted 2 days ago in Form 3

    Light

    1. why the sun is red during sunrise and sunset? 
    2. why the sky is blue?

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    Abdulnasssry Hamisi   Posted on 2 days ago

    And the answer of an2 is because  when the light rays reaches earth is scattered in all directions by the gases  in the atmosphere. Blue light is scattered the most,therefore the sky appears blue 

    Abdulnasssry Hamisi   Posted on 2 days ago

    Listen guys the correct answer of qn1 is because light rays travel lager part of the atmosphere because they are very close to the horizon.Therefore,then the light other than red is mostly scattered away.Therfore the sky appears red

    Evelyn Lowassa   Posted on 2 days ago

    The sky is blue because of the reflection of light on the water bodies as we all know almost 70%of this earth is water

    Posted 3 days ago in Form 2

    Magnetism

    state law of magnetism

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    like poles of a magnet repel while unlike poles attract

    Monica Kisoma   Posted on 2 days ago

    Like pole repel unlike pole attract

    Evelyn Lowassa   Posted on 2 days ago

    Law of magnetism states"like poles repel each other ,while unlike poles attract each other

    Andrew Muli   Posted on 3 days ago

    like poles repel while unlike poles attract 

     

    Posted 4 days ago in Form 1

    Archimedes

    state law of flotation

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    a floating body displaces its own weight of a fluid in which it floats

    Monica Kisoma   Posted on 2 days ago

    A floating body displace it's own weight of a fluid at which it float

    Happy Mohamed   Posted on 3 days ago

    Law of floatation states that " a floating body displace its own weight on the fluid in which it floats"

     

    Mwanahawa Rashid   Posted on 3 days ago

    A body displaces its weight on the liquid on which it floats

    Posted 1 week ago in Form 4

    Thermionic Emission

    G.   How are x-rays produced

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    produced by fast moving electrons

    James Martin   Posted on 1 week ago

    X-rays are produced when fast moving electrons strike a target releasing their energy which converts them to x-rays and occurs in the x-ray tube

    Posted 1 week ago in Form 2

    Newton

    state third newtons law of motion

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    to every action their is equal and opposite reaction

    Monica Kisoma   Posted on 2 days ago

    In every action there is equal and opposite reaction

    James Martin   Posted on 1 week ago

    Action and reaction are equal and opposite   OR    For every action there is equal and opposite reaction

    Stanley Gerson   Posted on 1 week ago

    For every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Friction

    what is friction

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 16 hrs ago

    force that opposes motion

    Monica Kisoma   Posted on 2 days ago

    Force that opposes the relative motion of the body

    Nusaybah Rajabu   Posted on 7 days ago

    This is a nice one to spend ove all time

    Janeth Timon   Posted on 1 week ago

    Is a force that opposes motion of abody

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 2

    Newton

    A vertical spring of unstretched length 30cm is rigidly clamped at its upper end. When an object of mass 100g is placed in a pan attached to a lower end of the spring its length becomes 36cm. For an object of mass 200g in the pan the length becomes 40cm. Calculate the mass of the pan. Name and state clearly the law you have assumed.

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    Abdulnasssry Hamisi   Posted on 2 days ago

    Hi Belva,here is a hint use HOOKE'S LAW.

     

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 1

    Archimedes

    what is the volume of an iron whose density is 0.8g/cm3 which to be surbmerged with a wood with 100g and 0.3g/cm3 in water?

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    RADHIA MWIRU   Posted on 4 days ago

    Hi! Try to find the volume ya wood kwanza then u shall get a way to the iron

    Hery Joseph   Posted on 1 week ago

    1.21875

    Peter Paul   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    62.5 cm3

    Happiness Mselle   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    man physics ni hard

    Posted 1 month ago in Form 2

    Current Electricity

    Mention the si units of the following

     

    Ampere

     

    Milliampere

     

    Kilo ampere

     

    Microampere

     

    Currents

     

    Voltmeter

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    ALLY BARUANI   Posted on 1 month ago

    there is no si unit of  amphere but there is unit symbol of amphere

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 1 month ago

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 1 month ago

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