muskan

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About muskan

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  • Birthday 07/30/02

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  • Gender
    Female
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    India
  • Interests
    Chemistry, Physics, Phycology, Photography, Drawing, Writing, Mathematics, Analyzing things around me
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Chemistry
  • Biography
    I am a dedicated science student.
  • Occupation
    I am a student

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  1. Optics

    The rays that are diverged from a concave lens, appear to meet at a point. The same rays meet at retina after refraction by a convex lens. Then, the brain makes us able to see the object. Then, why don't we see two images?
  2. Optics

    We know that concave lens forms a virtual and erect image. But when we wear a concave lens to correct myopia, we don't see a virtual image. Image is formed in the retina and is real and inverted. why?
  3. time

    what's exactly is time? did it started with the big bang or it existed even earlier? we measure time, but don't know what exactly it is.
  4. Carbon

    Why carbon doesn't share all it's four electrons with one carbon?
  5. Triangle

    this question can be solved using advanced concepts of mathematics. but i have not learnt them yet
  6. Triangle

    Solve it
  7. motion

    He takes 55 steps forward and 30 steps backwards
  8. Refractive index

    Time taken by sunlight to pass through a window of thickness 4 mm whose refractive index 1.5 is
  9. average speed

    If a car covers 1/3 of the distance at 20 km/h and rest at 60 km/h, then what is its average speed?
  10. motion

    10 i think the answer should be 25 seconds. but the options don't have it.
  11. current

    electrical
  12. cubic polynomials

    How can we factorize cubic polynomials? e.g. y3+ 2y2+ y+ 1
  13. current

    Please explain me the exact mechanism of current flow.
  14. What is Kekule's law?

    What is Kekule's law?
  15. current

    Give reasons for in which direction will the current flow.