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### Relative Density (Specific Gravity) and Hydrometer...

This exploriment involves a hydrometer, a measuring instrument that is based on concept of flotationMore...

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### Basic Test: Use Screw Gauge to Measure Objects

Now this is a test to check whether you are able to use a Screw Gauge to measure the given dimensionMore...

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### Electricity – How to use the Voltmeter 1

Using a voltmeter, find the voltage across the different specified points in the given circuit.

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### Numbers to Words (Indian Format) – 8 and 9 Digit N...

An activity for writing numbers/figures in words (Indian format) 8 &amp; 9 digit numbers. practice aMore...

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### Determine Co-ordinates of Point in Quadrants I or ...

Determine the co-ordinates of the point on the graph with grid displayed for Quadrant I and II. RepeMore...

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### Comparing Weight and Mass on Earth and Moon

A cool exploriment that lets you compare weight and mass on Earth and Moon. Weigh the given body witMore...

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### Arrange Balls in Ascending Order by Comparative We...

Time to rack your brains! An interactive puzzle to arrange the given balls in an ascending order of More...

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### Blog Posts

• ###### To weight or not to weight

Students of Physics get mixed messages about mass and weight. For example, we express body weight and buy groceries in kg or lb, although they are units of mass.

• ###### Swimming against the tide

So, does current flow from the positive terminal of a battery to its negative? Or does it flow like the electrons do, from negative to positive.

• ###### Does pressure produce science?

The current climate of education seems to stress on, well, not putting stress on learning science.