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karan.singh

  • 2 years ago

At a certain place,the horizontal component of earth's magnetic field is root 3 times the vertical component.the angle of dip at that place is .....

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  1. karan.singh
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    kr skti ho

  2. Ruchi.
    • 2 years ago
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    don't u know how to find angle of dip?

  3. karan.singh
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    ok .acha aye btao yha pr sbse achi phy.kis ki hai

  4. Ruchi.
    • 2 years ago
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    use cos sq . delta= cot sq. delta 1 + cot sq. delta 2

  5. karan.singh
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    ruchi what is this??

  6. Ruchi.
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    dip circles formulas as i think may be u can use it. take the horizontal & vertical components as plane 1 and plane 2 . use the formulas for both. then i think u need to add & square both equations 1 and 2. thereafter you will get it.

  7. karan.singh
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    good ?? rehne do bhai

  8. karan.singh
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    ruchi u r great

  9. kappa007
    • 2 years ago
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    I'll help you with the definition first : Magnetic dip (or inclination) is the angle between the magnetic field vector of earth and the horizontal plane. Once you know this , you just need basic trigonometry to solve the problem. use : tan(theta) = y-comp./x-comp (don't demotivate people trying to help you by silly talk, please)

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