Sushil Bhandari asked a question

Recently we're working to degrade accounts with 0 contributions from creator to learner. If you're a learner and very keen to be a creator, you must keep posting interesting questions and contact to admins from the Facebook Group of Mattrab Community. For being an admin, you must be in grade 12, either completed or recently enrolled, your notes, and all your records and contributions will be verified for that

7 Thanks
3 Answers
SAMIR AKHTAR about 1 year ago
2 Claps

One major difference between Americans and Japanese is their cultural norms and values. For example, Americans tend to value individualism and independence, while Japanese tend to prioritize group harmony and collectivism. This can be seen in various aspects of daily life, such as communication style, decision-making processes, and social interactions. Additionally, the two cultures have different customs and traditions, including food, clothing, and holidays.

Reply 12mo

Some specific types of clothing that Muslim women may avoid wearing in the Muslim community include tight or revealing clothing, short skirts or shorts, sleeveless or low-cut tops, and clothing made from see-through or sheer materials.

Reply 12mo
Sushin Tiwari asked a question

The answer is A 

In the depletion layer, electrons combine with holes producing charge density so that region is depleted of charge carriers  but it has charge density .

Conclusion: Neutral but still having non zero charge density .

8 Thanks
2 Answers
UJJWAL JHA 11 months ago
1 Clap

Materials show varying behaviors based on their Poisson's ratio. High Poisson's ratio materials (near 0.5) contract significantly sideways when stretched and expand when compressed, seen in substances like rubber. Low Poisson's ratio materials (near 0) undergo minimal width change during axial deformation, typical of metals and common engineering materials.

Close Open App