Question for the Day #2

The answer to the previous question is: liver. Congratulations to Sadaf and Harsimar for getting it right! 🙂 Question for the Day: Why is the calorimeter made up of a thin copper sheet? Leave your answers in the comment section below and come back tomorrow to know the correct answer! 🙂   ˙ɹǝʇǝɯᴉɹolɐɔ ɐ ƃuᴉʞɐɯ uᴉ … Continue reading Question for the Day #2


Notes for Electromagnetic Spectrum

Physics: Electromagnetic Spectrum (Notes)

These notes are a bit detailed, but if you go through them I’m sure you’ll be able to understand the concept clearly.

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Physics for Class 10

Here are the notes I had been preparing for you for the chapter on electromagnetic waves: Notes – Electromagnetic Spectrum

These notes are additional material for reading after you have gone through the chapter from the textbook. These notes should answer most of the questions some of you had raised after reading the textbook.

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Tips and Hints

Tip of the Day #4

What's the key to getting ahead in math and physics? It all lies in one word. So, if you're struggling with ICSE Maths or Physics, do take a look at this tip. Who knows? Maybe it will make all the difference. It certainly did for us!

How to Study for ICSE Physics

A reader requested that I help her with studying Physics for her Class 10 ICSE Board Exams, and I thought I might share the answer I gave her with you all as well. Here are the guidelines that I gave her: For Physics, I made notes on small pieces of chart paper. I used index … Continue reading How to Study for ICSE Physics

Physics: Sample Questions

The following include questions regarding the following chapters of Physics:   Calorimetry Questions Current Electricity Questions Electromagnetism Questions Modern Physics Questions   I was browsing through websites last year, when I was in 10th grade, in search of proper notes and sample questions, hence, I do not remember the website from which I obtained these … Continue reading Physics: Sample Questions