The function is piece-wise continuous
The function is of exponential order
The function is piecewise discrete
The function is of differential order
Exactly one independent variable
More than one dependent variable
Two or more independent variables
Equal number of dependent and independent variables
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Bn
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B0
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Particular solution
Complete solution
Auxiliary solution
Singular solution
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L[f(t)] – Sf(0)
S L[f(t)] – f(0)
S L[f(t)]
L[f(t)] – f(0)
Non zero
Non zero and W(f, g) = f g′ – g f ′
Zero
Depends on the functions
Tan x + C
Tan x + x + C
Tan x - x + C
Sec x - x + C
Infinity
Few mega ohms
Few kilo ohms
Zero
The curl of E is identically zero
The potential difference between two points is zero
The electrostatic field is a gradient of a scalar potential
The work done in a closed path inside the field is zero
Resistance of the coil
Motion of the magnet
Number of turns of the coil
Pole strength of the magnet
The field of a set of parallel conductors
The field of a single conductor
The field in which all lines of magnetic flux are parallel and equidistant
None of the above
The conductivity of ferrites is same as that of ferromagnetic materials
The conductivity of ferromagnetic materials is better than ferrites
The conductivity of ferrites is very high
The conductivity of ferrites is better than ferromagnetic materials
Less than that of disc but in opposite direction
Equal to that of disc and in the same direction
Equal to that of disc and in the opposite direction
Less than that of disc and in the same direction
The sum of L-components, when the sum of R-components is zero
The sum of R-components, when the sum of L-components is zero
The sum of both R- and L-components
Average of the sumes of R- and L-components
Are extension of the works of Gauss, Faraday and Ampere
Help studying the application of electrostatic fields only
Can be written in integral form and point form
need not be modified depending upon the media involved in the problem
The electric field presents insultation problem
The specific magnetic loss is more than the specific dielectric loss
The stored energy density for practicable field strength is low in the electric field
None of the above
Option 1
Option 2
Option 3
Option 4
True
False
True
False
Covalent bonded
Low melting point
High stiffness
High hardness
Neutrons
Protons
Electrons
Valence electrons
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