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1)how brownian motion can be increased in a gas? 2)what are thermodynamic functions?give examples 3)is it possible to have damped oscillations when a system is at resonance? 4)could we ever construct a simple pendulum?explain 5)why roads are banked at hill stations? 6)prove that grad r =r/r 7)the average speed of air molecules in a room is the order of speed of sound.what is their average velocity? kindly someone help me out as soon as possible

1)how brownian motion can be increased in a gas?
2)what are thermodynamic functions?give examples
3)is it possible to have damped oscillations when a system is at resonance?
4)could we ever construct a simple pendulum?explain
5)why roads are banked at hill stations?
6)prove that grad r =r/r
7)the average speed of air molecules in a room is the order of speed of sound.what is their average velocity?
 
kindly someone help me out as soon as possible 

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Grade:12th pass

4 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
Hiii 
Brownian motion is the Random Motion of Particles suspended in a fluid or Gas, It can be increased by the raising  the temperature of . surroundings, By increasing temperature , more particles can be intermixed , and more Brownian motion can be observed.
Khimraj
3007 Points
one year ago
The fundamental thermodynamic equations follow from five primarythermodynamic definitions and describe internal energy, enthalpy, Helmholtz energy, and Gibbs energy in terms of their natural variables.
Momal butt
16 Points
4 months ago
3.Yes, an oscillator with damping can vibrate at resonance with amplitude that remains constant in time.Without damping,the amplitude would increase with limit at resonance.This particular imppact is linearly relevant to the speed on oscillations.
Momal butt
16 Points
4 months ago
5.If the road is banked, so that the outer edge is above the inner edge, then a portion of the normal force from the road on the tires points towards the center of the track; this fraction of the normal force can provide enough centripetal force to keep the car moving in a circle.

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