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What is the output of the following program?

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2

B

4

C

Depends on compiler

D

Garbage

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The unit of linear acceleration is - Kinematics of Motion

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kg-m

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m/s

C

m/s2

D

rad/s2

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  • Explanation: Linear acceleration is defined as the rate of change of linear velocity of a body with respect to the time.i.e a = v/t
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    How to calculate CBSE class 12th percentage? It is very easy to calculate the overall percentage for CBSE class 12th, just follow few simple rules. If you have only 5 subjects then the average marks for all the subjects will be calculated and if you have an extra subject that makes a total of 6 subjects then the average of best 5 is calculated. It is mandatory to consider the marks of English and Maths. The subjects that also include the marks of practical in that case their sum as a whole is calculated. Another point to note is that- • When taking admission in Delhi University, the marks of best 4 subjects are taken in count which does not include vocational subjects such as physical education/home science. • When applying for JEE and Engineering, calculating the marks of PCM and English along with one more subject is compulsory. CBSE follows the grading system and it is important to know that your percentage falls in which grade. The nine point grading scale for measuring Scholastic achievements is given below: -

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    Motion in a Straight Line: Graphically Present, Class 11 Physics

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    Types of Motion - Motion in a Straight Line, Class 11 Physics 1. One Dimensional Motion 2. Two Dimensional Motion 3. Three Dimensional Motion One Dimensional Motion The motion is called one dimensional motion when only one out of the three coordinates that specify the position of the object changes with respect to time. For example, the motion of a block in a train along a straight track, a man walking on a leveled or narrow road and object falling under gravity, etc. Two Dimensional Motion When only two out of three coordinates which state the position of the object changes with respect to time, then the motion is known as two-dimensional motion. If we talk about circular motion, the it is an instance of two dimensional motion. Three Dimensional Motion The motion is called three dimensional motion when all the three coordinates which specify the position of the object changes with respect to time. Some examples of three dimension are a flying bird, kite, airplane or the random motion of gas molecules, etc.

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    Equations for Motion in a Straight Line - Class 11 Physics There are three equations of kinematics. 1) vv = u+at+at 2) SS = ut+ 1/2at2 3) v2= u2+2as Important note: Where v = Final velocity u = Initial velocity a = Acceleration s = Distance traveled by a body t = Time taken

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    CBSE Class 11 Accountancy Syllabus 2019 Chapters Name of the Chapters Chapter 1 Introduction to Accounting Chapter 2 Theory Base of Accounting Chapter 3 Recording of Transactions – 1 Chapter 4 Recording of Transactions – 2 Chapter 5 Bank Reconciliation statement Chapter 6 Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors Chapter 7 Depreciation, Provisions and Reserves Chapter 8 Bills of Exchange Chapter 9 Financial Statements – 1 Chapter 10 Financial Statements – 2 Chapter 11 Accounts of Incomplete Records Chapter 12 Applications of Computers in Accounting Chapter 13 Computerised Accounting System Chapter 14 Structuring Database for Accounting Chapter 15 Accounting System Using Database Management System

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    CAT Exam Syllabus 2019 - Check CAT 2019 Updated Syllabus Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus • Number Systems • Profit, Loss and Discount • LCM and HCF • Speed, Time and Distance • Percentages • Time and Work • Ratio and Proportion • Averages • Quadratic Equations & Linear Equations • Complex Numbers • Simple and Compound Interest • Logarithm • Sequences and Series • Inequalities • Probability • Surds and Indices • Set Theory & Function • Permutation and Combination • Mixtures and Alligations • Trigonometry • Coordinate Geometry • Geometry • Mensuration Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning Syllabus • Tables • Caselets • Bar Graphs • Line Charts • Column Graphs • Venn Diagrams • Pie Chart • Other Basic Reasoning Questions • Calendars • Number and Letter Series • Clocks • Venn Diagrams • Cubes • Seating Arrangement • Binary Logic • Logical Matching • Logical Sequence • Syllogism • Logical Connectives • Blood Relations Verbal Reasoning Syllabus • English Usage or Grammar • Vocabulary Based (Synonyms/ Antonyms) • Fill in the blanks • Sentence Correction • Cloze Passage • Jumbled Paragraph • Meaning-Usage Match • Analogies or Reverse Analogies • Summary Questions • Verbal Reasoning • Facts-Inferences-Judgments • Reading Comprehension

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    Difference between Natural Numbers and Whole numbers All natural numbers are whole numbers, but all whole numbers are not natural numbers.

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