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hey guyz.. mine branch is mechanical.. tell your branches..
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@pooja I joined BITS Pilani.. you??
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if ellipse is sliding down along the coordinate axes, then origin will lie on the director circle of ellipse. take center of ellipse as (h,k) and write the equation of its director circle. then satisfy origin in the equation. you will get the locus of center of ellipse. then using integration. find the length of the arc made by center of ellipse.
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During mid night, the sun was above my head.. :p
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If anybody gonna take admission in BITS Pilani, nudge me..

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if you will use heisenburg uncertainity principle, velocity of electron will come more than speed of light, which is not possible for any thing present.
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it depends on the ph of the solution. if its ph is a lot acidic (2-5), we use methyl red/ orange. if it is slightly acidic (5-7), we use limus paper. if its ph is about 8-10, we use phenolphthalein.
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The relative velocity $\vec{v}_\mathrm{BA}$ (also  $\vec{v}_\mathrm{B/A}$  or  $\vec{v}_\mathrm{B rel A}$) is the velocity of an object or observer B in the rest frame of another object or observer A. If it is constant,

$\vec{v}_\mathrm{BA}=-\vec{v}_\mathrm{AB}$

where $\vec{v}_\mathrm{AB}$ is A's velocity in the rest frame of B.

Example-

Joe and Sara are driving in the same direction. Joe’s velocity is 90 km/h and Sara’s 100 km/h. If we take Joe’s velocity as $\vec{v}_B$ and Sara’s $\vec{v}_A$ then

$\vec{v}_{A \mathrm{\ rel\ } B} = 100 - 90 = 10 \text{ km/h.}$

This is the velocity observed by Joe. Joe sees Sara moving at 10 km/h.

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Pratik, i dont have any knowledge about COEP Pune. but if their average package and academics are nearly same, then go for COEP. i would suggest you then not to take BITS Goa.
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Pratik, i dont have any knowledge about COEP Pune. but if their average package and academics are nearly same, then go fir COEP. i would suggest you then not to take BITS Goa.
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vant's hoff factor will be highest in FeCl3 solution and lowest in sugar solution. therefore, lowest freezing point will be of FeCl3 solution and highest will be of sugar solution. vant's hoff factor depends on the total number of ions produced in this case.
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ohk pooja.. :D
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thank you mahesh.
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In India, IITs are way too much hyped. I especially don’t like the society’s point of view of IITs – “Secure future wala Husband provider”.

Most of the people who are sending their children into coachings have one thing in mind “Bas beta set ho jaye ji, aur kya chahiye !”. It is considered to be a 4 year training to get fat cheques.

Well, it might appeal to the most but what I think of this place is completely different. To me this has been the place you meet Believers. Yes that’s it.

I just want to make one thing clear, I am not at any point saying that these are the traits only found in IITs, and I do not intend to say that they are the highest intellectual breed as well. Because I personally do not believe that a single exam of physics, chemistry and maths can judge you. Different people are good at different things.

But there is one thing which makes these students different. All of them know that at some point of time in their life, they decided that they want to enter the gates of IIT anyhow. They knew it was not easy. They knew that they will have to work their ass off and they did it.

So most of these people who clear this exam have no idea of what actually engineering is like. They did it because their parents wanted them to or because they said “Beta bas ye karlo phir life main kabhi padhna nahi padega”. (This is my personal experience and I could spot out only 1 guy in 100 who has got “the love for engineering”.) But one thing that gets instilled in them is the I am superman feeling.

“Zarurat padi toh hum kuch bhi kar sakte hai”

Even though they are not the highest intellectual breed on earth, they start believing they are. I should rather say that they start believing in the fact that “If I decide something, I am going to achieve it”.

Ek bar jo maine commitment kar li toh main apni bhi nahi sunta. (Thoda zyada ho gaya :P).

So after 3-4 years in IIT, these guys have forgotten what they knew at the time of JEE.

Seriously, just give them a simple parabola problem and enjoy the look on their face when they try to solve it. ( Yaar, ye simple parabola ki equation kya thi)

And they have also not learned anything much in the last 3 – 4 years in the IIT. ( Dude, you can’t learn things just one night before the exam. You don’t study, you just survive.)

So most of these intellectual breed have nothing but only one thing left in them. Confidence.

They know that in past they have done something they decided to do. They can do it again if needed.

Main superman hoon, main kuch bhi kar sakta hun.

You can call it overconfidence, but this is something which helps them to push themselves to the limits and sometimes way beyond them.

And I will want my children to clear JEE as well someday, not to secure his future and for fat cheques but to make him believe in himself.

And nowdays, as the debate is going on about JEE with the 'actual most intellectual breed Mr. Kapil Sibal.' ( I really don't think my son/daughter will be able to give it.)

I want to say one thing about the JEE on behalf of my IIT colleagues. ( And I hope they will agree)

I love JEE.

I love it because it was once a challenge for me for which I had worked hard day and night. Although because of it I could not date girls for that time, neither could I do awaragardi with my dost log and neither could I watch and play football (love of my life)for that time.

I love it for its not so simple question. (Agar ek question galti se bhi bahut easily solve ho gaya toh 3 baar check karte the ki ye koi trick question toh nahi).

And I love it because I never had to be a teacher’s pet to get through this exam.

I love it because it made me who I am right now.

In last 50 years, we have learned not to expect something good from our politicians.

But seriously, at least don’t ruin something beautiful that already exists.

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NIT Trichy is far away from you.. your rank is not gud enough for it.. if you belongs to any category, then you might have a chance to get any of NITs.. otherwise you could not.. Best of Luck..
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this is all just a useless matter.. a copied matter.. having no basis of ranking..
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Hey, anybody willing to join Bits Pilani..
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@mayank- i am from Indore(MP)..@pooja- so whats you gonna do now?? drop or something else??
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mine state rank is 353..
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thank you.. It is really a novel which must be read by every Indian..
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