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1. The energy of a body is


2. Why wet clothes dry more quickly on a warin day than on a cold day ?


3. What is the shape ofwater meniscus in a glass capillary tube ?


4. At what degree the readings in both the Centigrade and Fahrenheit scales are exactly the same ?


5. Why cream separates out when milk is churned ?



6. Why is it easier to lift a heavy stone under water than in air ?,


7. Why does a stale egg float on water ?


8. What is the height to which water can be raised by commom water pump ?


9. A small liquid drop assumes a spherical shape. Which of the following is responsible for this ?


10. How the mass of a body changes when it is brought to the moon's surface from earth ?


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