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EAMCET i.e Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test 2000 Exam Has been Conducted by JNT University Hyderabad on behalf of APSCHE. This EAMCET 2000 examination is the procedure to get the admission in Engineering and Medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh (APEAMCET).
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8000 identical water drops are combined to form a big drop. Then the ratio of final surface energy to the initial surface energy of all the drops together is
A body is sliding down an inclined plane having coefficient of friction 0.5. If the normal reaction is twice that of the resultant downward force along the incline the angle between the inclined plane and the horizontal is :
Under minimum deviation condition in a prism, if a ray is incident at an angle of 300. The angle between the emergent ray and the second refracting surface of the prism is:
There is no couple acting when two bar magnets are placed coaxially separated by a distance because:
(a) there are no forces on the poles
(b)the forces are parallel and their lines of action do not coincide
(c) the forces are perpendicular to each other
(d) the forces act along the same line