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    Posted 5 days ago in Form 1

    Archimedes

    hyyy don't wanna enter into anybody business but in your school which topic have you lasted starting with me archimedes' principle and law of flotation

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    Posted 5 days ago in Form 1

    Force

    Force 

     

    Hello guys!!!! 

     

     

    What are the factors the friction force depends on? 

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    Posted 1 week ago in Form 4

    Radioactivity

    what are half life of radioactive

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    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 2

    Newton

    hi guys,newton's first law of motion is also called

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Law of inertia

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Newton's first law is often called the law of inertia.

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 4

    Electromagnetism

    Hi guys can I join  am new here

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    John Kasele   Posted on 1 week ago

    you are welcom for sure

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Oops, welcome but late dear

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Sure

    Zainab Ghasia   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    yes but you are late 29 is on the way schools are going to be opened

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 4

    Thermionic Emission

    1. Mention the main feature of the Perrin tube.and it uses
    2. Explain how thermionic emission occur
    3.  

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    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 1

    Introduction To Physics

    Hi guys am new can i join

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    John Kasele   Posted on 1 week ago

    hello

    Aschel Moracho   Posted on 1 week ago

    Yeah

    MUSSA MPELLEMBE   Posted on 1 week ago

    YAP

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Yeah

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 1

    Pressure

    What is hydraulic press

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    A hydraulic press is a machine press using a hydraulic cylinder to generate a compressive force.

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Light

    Mini maana ya mofimu

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    John Kasele   Posted on 1 week ago

    Mofimu ni kipashio kidogo kabisa cha kiisimu ambacho kina maana kisarufi au kileskika

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Friction

    what are the advantages of friction

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Make easier in walking
    To light a match
    Burning of metors and metorites

    Elizabeth Kariuki   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Helps in walking and writing

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Friction enables us to walk freely.
    It helps to support ladder against wall.
    It becomes possible to transfer one form of energy to another.
    Objects can be piled up without slipping.
    Breaks of vehicles work due to friction.

    Henry Macharia   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Used in walking, writing, braking of cars,

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Applications of Vectors

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    Tatu Msafiri   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    helps to know swimming materials.\,

    Victor Bukuku   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Importance of studying density

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Thermal Expansion

    Hello guyz

     

    How do you calculate the linear expansivity?

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    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 1

    Force

    hi guys

     

     

    What are fundamental forces?

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    Blessing Kwembe   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Is the type of force which is basically in nature

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Are forces which are based on nature

    Doreen Paul   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Are the forces that are basic in nature and cannot be explained by the action of another forces

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 4

    Electromagnetism

    hi guys, A step up transformer has 10000 turns in the secondary coil when connected to 12v a.c supply . Calculate the voltage across the secondary coil 

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    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 4

    Thermionic Emission

    Explain the mechanism of cathode Ray tube

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    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 1

    Archimedes

    an instrunment used test the precense of alcohol is called

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    John Kasele   Posted on 1 week ago

    a breatherlyzer or breatherlyser . all together are answers

    Zainab Ghasia   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    breathalyzer

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 1

    Pressure

    what is thrust ?

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Ooh, is an upward force exerted by an object

    Renatus Philimon   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    more explanation pleaz nothing I got{beatrice}

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    An upward force

    Zainab Ghasia   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    to me i know up thrust

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Forces In Equilibrium

    What is the difference between center of gravity and center mass

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Center of gravity is the place where weight of a body is concentrated
    Center of mass is the point where mass of a body is concentrated

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Static Electricity

    What is the fundamental law of static electricity

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    John Kasele   Posted on 1 week ago

    "like charges repel while unlike poles attract"

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Like charge repel unlike charge attract

    Cindy Modimo   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    is the accumulation of electric charge in a region as a result of friction

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 1

    Measurement

    what is volume

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Quantity of space an object occupies

    Renatus Philimon   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    amount of space occupied by an object

    Cindy Modimo   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    is the quantity of space occupied by an object

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    In math, volume can be defined as the 3-dimensional space enclosed by a boundary or occupied by an object

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