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Question Text |
P-3 lication of Derivatives] 9. If , then |

Updated On | Jun 1, 2023 |

Topic | Work, Energy and Power |

Subject | Physics |

Class | Class 12 Passed |

Answer Type | Video solution: 1 |

Upvotes | 91 |

Avg. Video Duration | 7 min |