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I teach physics to kids.


May
12
revised Heat capacity of solids vs liquids $s_{liquid} = 2\ s_{solid}$
corrected terms
May
12
accepted Heat capacity of solids vs liquids $s_{liquid} = 2\ s_{solid}$
May
12
suggested approved edit on Heat capacity of solids vs liquids $s_{liquid} = 2\ s_{solid}$
May
12
revised Heat capacity of solids vs liquids $s_{liquid} = 2\ s_{solid}$
fixed language
May
11
awarded  Critic
May
11
asked Heat capacity of solids vs liquids $s_{liquid} = 2\ s_{solid}$
May
8
awarded  Curious
May
7
comment Will the Velocity of an object change if it moves fast,close to speed of light?
This time dilation is due to the fact that clocks in moving frame slows down. The time in earth frame remains same.
May
7
comment Uniformly charged sheet and metal rods
@JohnRennie I know that the rods will attract but I am asking why would there be attraction between the rod and plane.
May
7
revised Uniformly charged sheet and metal rods
deleted 1 character in body
May
7
asked Uniformly charged sheet and metal rods
Apr
21
asked Why the image is being formed at the surface?
Apr
18
comment Electric field due to a uniformly charged FINITE rectangular plate
thanks very much. I realised this integration is actually solvable and it is very straight forward as well. thanks again.
Apr
18
accepted Electric field due to a uniformly charged FINITE rectangular plate
Apr
17
awarded  Commentator
Apr
17
comment Electric field due to a uniformly charged FINITE rectangular plate
@Floris I am not sure what you are implying since solving infinite charged plane is not a problem. It is the finite charged plane I want to know answer to.
Apr
17
asked Electric field due to a uniformly charged FINITE rectangular plate
Apr
13
comment Maximum Extension of a Spring
@YourAverageMechEng you are right. I made a few silly mistakes. I have corrected them now.
Apr
13
revised Maximum Extension of a Spring
Last time I made a few mistakes which I have corrected now.
Apr
12
answered Maximum Extension of a Spring