Welcome Visitor! Login | Sign Up | Help!

|

Follow us on:

 Siddharth Kothari's messages in the community 1 2 3 ... 14 15 16 GO Go to Page...
Message
 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

It's very much an integrable function; and you can find the answer to it on the Mathematica Online Integrator.

But I want the steps..  So, if anybody knows how to solve it, please post the steps.

 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Really nice.
 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
nice one!!
 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Integral of Sin(x^3) w.r.t. x. Please give all the steps.
 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Smart thinking whats ur say?
 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Nice,
 Discussion Forums -> This Post 10 points    (2    in 2 votes )   [?]

vi = 15ms-1.

a = -0.3 ms-2

t = 60 s

vf = 15 - (0.3)(60) = -3 ms-2.

This means that the car had stopped earlier. Let to denote that time.

Hence, to = 15/ 0.3 = 50 s.

Distance travelled in 50 s = 15*50 + 0.5*(-0.3)*(2500) = 750 - 375 = 375m

Hence, distance from the traffic signal = 400 - 375 = 25m

Hence, (A).

 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Please people, read this carefully. Your taking interest will only make India an innovative country. If u don't comment, and are merely interested to make money by joining MNC's ; i don't think you will be anything but a DIGITAL COOLIE
 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

TOP TIMES OF INDIA ARTICLE:

"The next 10 years would be dedicated as a decade of innovation" were the words used by the president of India to conclude her address to

Parliament on June 4. On June 7, US president Barack Obama, in his Cairo address, said: "Education and innovation will be the currency of the 21st century." Between June 3 and 5, the first Global Innovation Leaders' Summit (I-20), fashioned on G-20, was held in San Francisco

. I was invited to represent India. I-20 accepted Norway's suggestion of introducing a Nobel Prize for innovation. So from Delhi to Cairo to San Francisco, the 'buzz' was around innovation.

This buzz has been around for a while though. For instance, the names of the ministries of science and technology, in Argentina, Australia, Spain, South Africa, Malaysia, UK, etc, have been changed with the word 'innovation' explicitly included. So why is innovation suddenly gaining such currency? Innovation-led growth, innovation-led recovery, innovation-led competitiveness all these are not mere slogans; they are a hard reality.

Innovation is all about converting ideas into new or improved products, processes and services. India's world ranking on innovation is low. According to a survey, among 130 countries, India is ranked only 41 in the innovation index. Even Malaysia (25) and China (37) are ahead of India. Singapore and Korea are in the top 10.

Look beyond statistics now. Ashok Jhunjhunwala of IIT, Madras, develops the wireless local loop technology. It gets implemented first in Madagascar, Angola and Brazil before it does so in India! The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research's New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Initiative gave the challenge and funding for the creation of a low-cost computer to entrepreneur Vinay Deshpande, who created a mobile personal computer. But the first such PC will be produced this year in Malaysia and Brazil and not in India. Due to the limitations in India's patent laws, the phytopharmaceutical breakthrough medicine on psoriasis by an Indian company will be commercialised first in the West, not in India. And one can go on.

Innovation converts knowledge into wealth. We need to recognise that Saraswati and Lakshmi should coexist. George Whitesides from Harvard is the highest cited scientist in the world and the market capitalisation of his research-based companies is over \$20 billion! Such academic entrepreneurship is missing in India. Indian genes express themselves in Silicon Valley. But not in Indus Valley. Why?

Why do we fail in completing the journey from an Indian mind to an Indian marketplace? Because India lacks a robust national innovation ecosystem. The essential elements of a powerful ecosystem comprise physical, intellectual and cultural constructs. Beyond mere research labs it includes idea incubators, technology parks, a conducive intellectual property rights regime, enlightened regulatory systems, academics who believe in not just 'publish or perish', but 'patent, publish and prosper', potent inventor-investor engagement, adventure capital and passionate innovation leaders.

The unique genes of almost every Indian for innovation became evident to me while chairing the National Innovation Foundation and other bodies. Even an ordinary Indian in a remote village can innovate this has been demonstrated in rural areas by the pioneering Shodh Yatras of IIM Ahmedabad's Anil Gupta. Research in typically Indian innovation has brought out how some Indians can make the seemingly impossible possible.

'Gandhian engineering' is getting 'more from less for more and more people, and not for the exclusive few'. India uniquely excels in such innovations. Tata's Nano car (\$2,000), low-cost, advanced hepatitis-B vaccine (18 cents), cheapest mobile phone call (1 cent), etc, are brilliant examples.

Paradigm shifts are occurring in the Indian innovation landscape. Earlier, Indians created products that were new only to India. Now Tata's Nano is a product that is new to the world! Our pharma industry is now creating new molecules, not just copying them. Reliance grew through scale, scope and cost. Now it has embarked on innovation-led growth.

Such and other recent path-breaking events compel me to make five suggestions to kickstart the 'Indian decade of innovation'. First, change the 'ministry of science & technology' to 'ministry of science & innovation', boldly bringing the innovation agenda upfront. Second, create an ambitious national innovation policy, going way beyond our science and technology policy (2003).

Third, set up a powerful mechanism to implement this policy by creating a National Innovation Council comprising world-class innovation leaders. Make the council autonomous, empowered and accountable. Give it the mandate of putting India among the top 10 innovative nations within this 'decade of innovation'. Fourth, drive inclusive growth by launching an 'Indian Inclusive Innovation Initiative' based on the tenets of Gandhian engineering. Fifth, launch a national innovation movement like our freedom movement, so that innovation becomes every Indian's obsession.

Then the dream of the 21st century being innovative India's century will certainly come true.

The writer is president, Global Research Alliance.

 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Nice
 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Mind boggling
 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

Da-iict is good coll. if u are interested in studies and research.

At many nits, Placements this year have been better than DA;

@Chetan, please don't write such rubbish, misleading comments.

 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

@ Vijay Pal;

How can u say that?? On what basis??

Just by looking at some funny rankings;

Colleges aren't meant to be rated. It would not be justifiable on any one's part to say this is better & that is not .

 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

Depends on what u want.

In my opinion only few (3)  can be said better

 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

 Discussion Forums -> This Post 12 points    (2    in 3 votes )   [?]

2x+3y+1=0             (1)

x+y+1= 0                (2)

Solving (1) and (2); get the value of x and y.

The reflection passes through this point.

With the help of slopes of (1) and (2); find the angle.

From this angle, you get two slopes.

Of these two, one of the slopes is -2/3. And with the help of slope and a point, find the eqn. of the req. line.

 This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]
Buddy, I have a doubt.If God created cow first, how could the farmer come into the picture.Plzzzzzzzzzzzz explain
 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

S.L.Loney is used as a ref. book by every bansalite.

What more do i have to tell??

 Discussion Forums -> This Post 0 points    (0    in 0 votes )   [?]

Basically, a quadratic equation is a polynomial function of degree 2.

Let f  ---> R to R;

the quadratic equation is many-to-one function for the given domain.

Hence, plotting x on X-Axis, and the function f(x) on Y-Axis , you will get the graph of the quadratic equation.

Now, solving through graph is not difficult; but requires more naive understanding.

 1 2 3 ... 14 15 16 GO Go to Page...
 Go to:  Select a forum   Board Exams - CBSE, ICSE, State Boards   Course Material   Computer Science   Physics   General Physics   Mechanics   Optics   Thermal Physics   Electricity   Magnetism   Modern Physics   Mathematics   Algebra   Trignometry   Analytical Geometry   Differential Calculus   Integral Calculus   Vectors   Chemistry   Physical Chemistry   Organic Chemistry   Inorganic Chemistry   Institutes & Courses   Coaching Institutes & Course Material   About IITs and JEE   Non IIT Institutes   Counselling Zone   Parents Corner   Parent Discussion Board   Biology (for Medical Entrance)   Botany   Zoology   Fun Zone   Lounge   Games, Puzzles and Quizzes   General Knowledge
Free Sign Up!
Sponsored Ads

Name

Mobile

E-mail

City

Class