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Graded Discussion Board (GDB) for the course PHY101 (PHYSICS) will start on Wednesday 10th February, 2016.

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“A morning fog generally vanishes before noon. Explain the reason for its vanishing”.
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Fog is neither water vapor nor a gas, it is water condensed upon microscopic dust particles. For a given absolute (not "relative") humidity level, there is temperature below which the water vapor in the air condenses onto any equally cool or cooler surface. This is called the dew point. If the temperature goes back up, like after sunrise, then it passes above the dewpoint and the consensed water evaporates (i.e. re-enters the vapor phase).

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PHY101 - Physics GDB No.1 Discussions and Solutions Fall 2014 Date :Feb 10-11, 2016

Graded Discussion Board (GDB) for the course PHY101 (PHYSICS) will start on Wednesday 10th February, 2016.

You should remember that you have to post your comments about the discussion title within the time.

This discussion board will be closed on Tuesday 11th February, 2016.

No comment about the Discussion topic should be posted on the regular Moderated Discussion Board which is created for each lecture.

The topic for the discussion is:

“A morning fog generally vanishes before noon. Explain the reason for its vanishing”.

 Elaborate your answer by giving a solid reason, give mathematical calculation (proof) where necessary.

Also you should remember that this Discussion is graded and maximum marks for this Graded Discussion Board 5% and it will count in your final Grade. So these marks may be helpful for you to get A grade from B and B grade from C and so on.

In the end you should also know that we will not extend the date of discussion in any case.

  • Plagiarism is prohibited that is why you are advised to avoid copy/paste from internet etc, if found at any stage will be graded as zero marks.

·     All students are directed to use the font face Time new Roman and Font size   12.

  • Don’t use colorful back grounds in your solution.
  • Use Math Type or Equation Editor etc for mathematical symbols.

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