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About SET 2013: SET is an entrance exam organized by the Symbiosis Institute of Technology to provide admission to the eligible candidates for various courses in engineering in the University.Symbiosis Institute of Technology announces B.Tech Admissions through SET 2013, Click here to apply online.
SET 2013 Admit Cards:
Admit Cards have to be DOWNLOADED from the website
Admit Cards can be download from April 24, 2013 onwards
To Download the Admit Card: Log in here using the SET ID and password
Download the Admit Card and print it.
IMPORTANT: Bring a photo ID along with the Admit Card
The following are accepted Photo ID proofs:
2. Driving license
3. College / Institute identity card
4. Credit card with photograph.
5. Voter Id Card
A photo ID is compulsory and candidates will be asked for it to authenticate the Admit Card .
The authenticated Admit Card is needed during the counseling and admission process. So candidates are advised to keep it intact.
Note: Duplicate admit cards will not be issued under any circumstances, so candidates are advised to be very careful to preserve them.
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Chances would be less to get admission in NITs with 39.90 percentile in the JEE Main exam. You should appear for the JEE Main April exam and prepare well to improve your performance in that attempt.
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Hello! The answer to this is that
the image will disappear
. We know that
1/f=(u2/u1 - 1)(1/R1 - 1/R2)
where u1= refractive index of medium of object
u2= refractive index of lens
and R1 and R2 are the radius of curvature of the two surfaces of lens.
We know that:
1/f= 1/v - 1/u and also
1/f= (Ureal - 1)(1/R1 - 1/R2)
where Ureal= refractive index in which the set up is kept.
Now, when we immerse the whole apparatus in water then Ureal changes and as you changes f also changes. Now, the value of u will be same but f changes so the value of v also changes but the SCREEN IS KEPT AT THE SAME DISTANCE AS BEFORE so the image will not coincide on the screen and
it will disappear.
Hope the answer helps.
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