How do I reach RK Puram via Delhi metro?
Firstly there is no direct Delhi metro link to reach DPS RK Puram,New Delhi. Alternatively,you can come to Rajiv Chowk Metro station which is connected with all metro lines and from there you can Bus no.620 with very good frequency,which will drop just in front of DPS school. You wiil save time and money
Wolff’s law is concerned with ________.
Wolff’s law is concerned with Select one: O A. the function of bone being dependent on shape O B. the diameter of the bone being dependent on the ratio of osteoblasts to osteoclasts O C. the thickness and shape of a bone being dependent on stresses placed upon it O D. vertical growth of bones being dependent on age Wolff’s law is concerned with Select one: O A. the function of bone being dependent on shape O B. the diameter of the bone being dependent on the ratio of osteoblasts to osteoclasts O C. the thickness and shape of a bone being dependent on stresses placed upon it O D. vertical growth of bones being dependent on age Answer Wolff law is concerned with: Answer: (C) The thickness and shape of the bone being dependant on stresses placed upon it. Wolff’s law is framed by the German anatomist and surgeon Julius Wolff which states that boneos the healthy person will adapt to the loads under which it is placed. It says that the forces that are placed upon of a healthy person makes the bone to grows and remodel in accordance with that. This law can be applied in remodeling Read more
what is the full form of wifi ?
According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, which owns the Wi-Fi trademark. “Wi-Fi” is not an abbreviation or an acronym. It is not “short” for anything. The brand services consultancy Interbrand was hired by the Wi-Fi Alliance to invent an expression to substitute for “802.11”. They submitted “Wi-Fi” as a pun (play on words) of “Hi-Fi”, and created the W-Fi logo (a visual pun on the Yin-Yang symbol). The Wi-Fi Alliance briefly used the tag line “The Standard for Wireless Fidelity” in their promotions, which was quickly dropped. Wi-Fi Alliance founding member Phil Belanger, who oversaw the name selection process, states — “… some of my colleagues … could not imagine using the name “Wi-Fi” without having some sort of literal explanation. So we compromised and agreed to include the tag line ‘The Standard for Wireless Fidelity’ along with the name. This was a mistake and only served to confuse people and dilute the brand. This tag line was invented after the fact … by the initial six member board and it does not mean anything either. The Wi-Fi Alliance … stay out of inventing standards. And “Wireless Fidelity” – what does that mean? Nothing. It was a clumsy attempt to come Read more
If z = f(x, y), where f is differentiable, and the following applies, find dz/dt when t = 1.?
If z = f(x,y) (dz/dt) = (dx/dt) (dz/dx) + (dy/dt) (dz/dy) Where dz/dx and dz/dy are partial derivatives. I am not sure what fx(-5,1) = 1 and fy(-5,1) = -1 mean, but I guess they represent these partial derivatives. Summarizing the information until now: g(1) = -5 –> x = -5 in this special case for t = 1 h(1) = 1 –> y = 1 in this special case for t = 1 g'(1) = -6 h'(1) = 1 for those specific values of x and y, the partial derivatives are: dz/dx = 1 dz/dy = -1 Filling in gives: (dz/dt) = (dx/dt) (dz/dx) + (dy/dt) (dz/dy) dz/dt = -6 1 + 1 -1 dz/dt = -6 – 2 dz/dt = -8 Edit: I have to admit, that’s a bit stupid :). Thanks for correcting me!