Actually, the English Channel separates England and France. The Channel Tunnel, or Chunnel, connects England and France.
English channel connects England and France. It connects the southern part of England with western France.
Pretty sure its France and The U.k(England)... I could be wrong
Crux is the Latin word from which we derive the English word cross, as in two beams of wood connected at an angle; or the letter X. We also get the English crotch from the same word.
A strait is the narrow channel of water between two land masses.
Pakistan and India
as the given cells have the same current flowing in through them (current flowing through the cells connected in series is equal to the current flowing when connected in parallel ) equate the formula's of cells connected in series and cells connected in parallel.thus by equating we get the value of the internal resistor as 2 ohms.
I would expect a voltage in both coils of wire.Note that, if the two coils are connected, the voltages (and corresponding currents) in the coils can interact. Also, if the two coils are NOT connected, they can STILL interact, since a current will produce its own magnetic field.
the English Channel separates England from France.
The English Channel separates England from France.
The English Channel separates the two countries.
Britain and France
England and France
England and France
The United Kingdom/England and France
The English Channel was built to connect Britain with France. It now houses a train that users can ride to travel to the two countries.
The English Channel lies between England and France. In French, it is referred to as 'La Manche' (Translation - the sleeve).
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The channel lies between modern day England and France. It is about 350 miles wide.
A port is either a natural or man-made inlet that allows ships and boats to dock. A channel is a small section of Ocean that separates two countries, such as the English Channel.