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  1. Atif Muneer
    Atif Muneer :
    3 years ago

    30

  2. Mannu Maurya
    Mannu Maurya :
    3 years ago

    Option d is correct.
    Using formula h= 4sigma cos($) /(¶gd)

  3. YASHVIR YADAV
    YASHVIR YADAV :
    5 years ago

    well,
    formula for raise in hight is
    h=((4*surface tension*cos(angle))/(density*9.81*diameter))
    from table at 20 degree c
    tension=73*10^-3
    on substitute u get 29.736mm which is equal to 30mm

  4. YASHVIR YADAV
    YASHVIR YADAV :
    5 years ago

    well,
    formula for raise in hight is
    h=((4*surface tension*cos(angle))/(density*9.81*diameter))

  5. Badal Merci
    Badal Merci :
    6 years ago

    Solution??

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