Physics one-liners for various competitive examinations
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1-Smallest length that can be measured accurately using an instrument is called least count of that instrument.
2- A Screw Gauze is a mechanical device used to measure the diameter of a wire or thickness of a glass plate etc., up to an accuracy of the third decimal place of a centimeter.
3-The distance between two adjacent threads or the distance traveled by the tip of the screw in one complete revolution of the head is called the pitch of the screw.
4-Screw Gauze works on the principle of a Screw.
5-While measuring the length of an object we must keep the eye vertically above the division to be observed. Otherwise, an error called Parallax error creeps into the measurement.
6-Least Count of a Screw Gauze L.C. = Pitch of the Screw/ No. of Head Scale divisions.
7-If the zeroth division of the head scale does not coincide with the index line the screw gauze has zero error.
8-If the zeroth division of the Head scale is above the index line of the pitch scale the error is said to be negative and the correction is positive.
9-If the zeroth division of the Head Scale is below the index line of the pitch scale the error is said to positive and the correction is negative.
10-Screw Gauze is also called as Micrometer.
11-Ptolemy was responsible for the Geocentric theory.
12-Copernicus was responsible for Heliocentric theory.
13- Every object in the Universe attracts every other object and this is known as Force of Gravitation. This law is known as the Universal Law of Gravitation.
14-According to the Heliocentric theory, the Earth, and other planets move in perfect circles around the sun which were fixed at the center of these circles.
15-According to the Geocentric theory, the earth is stationary and is at the center of the universe, with the Sun, the Moon, Planets, and Stars revolving around the Earth.
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