After the paratrooper releases the parachute, they are no longer in free fall; instead, an increase in air resistance due to the big parachute causes the diver to slow down significantly, allowing for safe landing.

In free fall, the only force acting upon your body is the force of gravity . Since the force of gravity cannot be felt without any other opposing forces, we would have no sensation of it. As such, we would experience a weightlessness during freefall.

Height (h) = 8848m The value of sea level is 9.08m/s^2 Let g′ be the acceleration due to the gravity on the Mount Everest. g′=g(1−(2h/h)) Putting the value of h, g’=9.8(1−640000017696) =9.8(1−0.00276 =9.8×0.99724 =9.773m/s2 Thus, the acceleration due to gravity on the top of Mount Everest is = 9.77Read more

Mass of the moon(M)=7.2×10^22 kg Radius of the moon (R) =1.7×10^6 m Mass of a person (m) = 60 kg Weight of the person (W) =? We know, W=F= GMm/R^2 or, W= (6.67×10^-11×7.2×10^22×60)/(1.7×10^6)^2 = (2.88144×10^14)/(2.89×10^12) =99.70380623 N ( ~ 100N) Therefore, the weight of the man on moon is 99.703Read more

When current from the voltage source flows through the coil, a magnetic field is produced around the electromagnet. The poles of the magnet interact with the poles of the electromagnet, causing the motor to turn. The poles of the magnet push on the like poles of the electromagnet, causing the electrRead more

Work is a scalar quantity because the dot product of vector quantities {force and displacement} is always scalar having only magnitude but no direction.

## English

## Shumi Maharjañ

The answer is: b)To be in good mood

## Give reason

## Shumi Maharjañ

After the paratrooper releases the parachute, they are no longer in free fall; instead, an increase in air resistance due to the big parachute causes the diver to slow down significantly, allowing for safe landing.

## Give reason

## Shumi Maharjañ

In free fall, the only force acting upon your body is the force of gravity . Since the force of gravity cannot be felt without any other opposing forces, we would have no sensation of it. As such, we would experience a weightlessness during freefall.

## Technology

## Shumi Maharjañ

Electronic commerce or e-commerce is a business model that lets firms and individuals buy and sell things over the internet.

## नेपाली

## Shumi Maharjañ

१। भान्दाइ-भानिज दाई २। दुई नदीको सङ्गम- दोभान

## Force Numerical

## Shumi Maharjañ

Height (h) = 8848m The value of sea level is 9.08m/s^2 Let g′ be the acceleration due to the gravity on the Mount Everest. g′=g(1−(2h/h)) Putting the value of h, g’=9.8(1−640000017696) =9.8(1−0.00276 =9.8×0.99724 =9.773m/s2 Thus, the acceleration due to gravity on the top of Mount Everest is = 9.77Read more

## force numerical

## Shumi Maharjañ

Mass of the moon(M)=7.2×10^22 kg Radius of the moon (R) =1.7×10^6 m Mass of a person (m) = 60 kg Weight of the person (W) =? We know, W=F= GMm/R^2 or, W= (6.67×10^-11×7.2×10^22×60)/(1.7×10^6)^2 = (2.88144×10^14)/(2.89×10^12) =99.70380623 N ( ~ 100N) Therefore, the weight of the man on moon is 99.703Read more

## How does electromagnet works in electric generator

## Shumi Maharjañ

When current from the voltage source flows through the coil, a magnetic field is produced around the electromagnet. The poles of the magnet interact with the poles of the electromagnet, causing the motor to turn. The poles of the magnet push on the like poles of the electromagnet, causing the electrRead more

## Science

## Shumi Maharjañ

Work is a scalar quantity because the dot product of vector quantities {force and displacement} is always scalar having only magnitude but no direction.

## English

## Shumi Maharjañ

The answer is, c) Last but not least After receiving the award, the student thanked his class, teacher, principal, and last but not least, his family.