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Sandeep Kumar Shaw replied | 1 day ago

sec 360 = sec ( 2 pi - 0) = sec 0 = 1.

Niharika replied | 7 hrs ago

SEC360= 1/COS360 => 1/COS(360+0) => 1/COS0 => 1

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Tanushree Kamal Mal Singhvi replied | 6 days ago

The second law of motion states that acceleration is produced when an unbalanced force acts on an object (mass). ... Example: If you use the same force to push a truck and push a car, the car will have more acceleration than the truck, because the car has less mass

Abhinav Kumar Arela replied | 4 days ago

In inertial frame of reference according to newtons second law the rate of change in linear momentum is equal to net external force acting on the body,


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Piyali Sengupta replied | 8 hrs ago

In 1928, Motilal Nehru and eight other Congress leaders drafted a constitution for India. In 1931, Indian National Congress in its session at Karachi passed a resolution on how the constitution of independent India should look like. Both these two documents have included the right of universal adult franchise, right to freedom and equality, and to protecting the rights of minorities. Later, the provisions of these documents provided a background of the certain basic values, which were accepted by all leaders and included in the constitution of independent India. British rule had introduced weak legislatures in India by the given voting rights to a few elite persons only. Elections were held in 1937 to Provincial Legislatures all over British India, which were not fully democratic governments. However, the working with these legislative institutions provided useful experience to Indians, which helped in setting up native institutions in independent India. Like South Africa, India’s Constitution was also drawn up under very difficult circumstances. The makers of the Indian Constitution have adopted its fundamental structure from the Government of India Act 1935.

Niharika replied | 7 hrs ago

The Constitution was framed by the Constituent Assembly established under the Cabinet Mission Plan of 1946. The 299 individuals who comprised the Constituent Assembly can therefore rightfully be termed as the founding fathers and mothers of the Republic of India. Certain members of the Constituent Assembly played a key role, the foremost of whom was Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, whose role as the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Assembly has earned him the popular moniker of ‘Father of the Indian Constitution’. Other Congress stalwarts like Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, and Maulana Azad were also dominant voices in Assembly proceedings. A special mention must go to Constitutional Advisor, Dr. B.N. Rau who compiled the initial draft that the assembly debated after taking inputs from constitutional experts at home and abroad


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