# Author name: Alpa P. Rajai

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## How To Calculate Oscillation: 5 Complete Quick Facts

Everywhere we look, oscillations are occurring. Even the atoms we are made up of are also currently oscillating. So, in this post, we are going to get insight into how to calculate oscillations. We need to know the time period of an oscillation to calculate oscillations. And from the time period, we will obtain the …

## High Viscosity Vs Low Viscosity: 5 Facts You Should Know

When studying fluid mechanics, you will encounter the terms high viscosity and low viscosity. We’ll go into high viscosity vs low viscosity in depth in this post. The ability of a fluid to flow is its viscosity. The viscosity of a fluid is said to be low if it moves quickly. On the other hand, …

## Balanced Forces Cause A Change In Motion: 7 Important Facts

Forces are responsible for the motion of any object. However, the question here is that do balanced forces cause a change in motion? To get the answer to this question, let us have a look at this post. There are two possibilities if the forces acting on an object are balanced: If an object is …

## Magnitude Of The Acceleration: 3 Facts You Should Know

As acceleration is linked to velocity change, it is a vector quantity having both magnitude and direction, just like velocity. Its direction shows how velocity is changing.  But we’re curious about what does the magnitude of the acceleration mean. The length of any vector that points in the vector’s direction, denoted by its unit, is …

## Can Magnitude Of Acceleration Be Negative: 3 Important Facts

When velocity varies over time, it causes acceleration. As a result, it is, therefore, a vector quantity with direction and magnitude. You may come across the term “negative acceleration.” So the question is, can magnitude of acceleration be negative? So, in this article, let’s have a look at this question. Magnitude, magnitude is nothing more …

## How To Calculate Projectile Motion: 3 Important Concepts

When an object is launched, it follows a parabolic path and the motion known as projectile motion. This post will look at the parameters and how to calculate projectile motion in a detailed analysis. When an object is launched and moves along a symmetrical parabolic path, the motion is referred to as projectile motion.The object’s …

## Magnitude Of Acceleration: 5 Facts You Should Know

Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes. Because velocity is a vector quantity, acceleration is also a vector quantity. As a result, it requires magnitude as well as direction. So we are going to look at how to find magnitude of acceleration in this article. We utilise formulae and relations to calculate magnitude. We …

## Elastic Potential Energy: 11 Important Examples

When you apply force to an elastic item, it deforms because it stores it as elastic potential energy. As you release the force, the object returns to its original shape thanks to stored energy, keeping work in progress. The following Elastic Potential Energy examples demonstrate its impact on different aspects of daily life. An archer’s …

## 25 Examples Of Fluid Friction

Fluid friction is a common occurrence in our daily lives. We’ll look at 25 different fluid friction examples in this post. Fluid friction examples: Fish swim Sailing ship Shooting star Flying bird Aircraft  Hot air balloon Walking in a storm Surfing  Skydiving Lubricants in hinges Water splash Stirring coffee with a spoon Sucking fluid via …

## The Electric Field Between Two Plates: Formula, Magnitude, Direction, Imp FAQs

In this article, we will use Gauss’ law to calculate the electric field between two plates and the electric field of a capacitor. The electric field between two plates: The electric field is an electric property that is linked with any charge in space. Thus, the electric field is any physical quantity that takes different …

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