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Shivani S.

Btm Layout 2nd Stage, Bangalore, India - 560076.

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Shivani S. conducts classes in German Language and Math Olympiad. Shivani is located in Btm Layout 2nd Stage, Bangalore. Shivani takes at students Home and Online Classes- via online medium. She has 3 years of teaching experience . Shivani has completed Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) from CSVTU in 2016. She is well versed in Hindi, Gujarati, English and Punjabi.

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Hindi Mother Tongue (Native)

Gujarati Mother Tongue (Native)

Punjabi Mother Tongue (Native)

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CSVTU 2016

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)

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Btm Layout 2nd Stage, Bangalore, India - 560076

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Teaches

Math Olympiad classes

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Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

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Years of Experience in Math Olympiad classes

3

German Language Classes

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Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

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1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach German Language and Math Olympiad Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 3 years.

Answers by Shivani S. (890)

Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

It is essential to take proper care of the compost producing pit in order to protect ourselves from bad odour and flies. It should be kept covered to minimize bad odour and prevent flies from entering it. The recyclable waste should not be dumped in the compost producing pit. It should be sent to the... ...more

It is essential to take proper care of the compost producing pit in order to protect ourselves from bad odour and flies.

It should be kept covered to minimize bad odour and prevent flies from entering it.

The recyclable waste should not be dumped in the compost producing pit. It should be sent to the industries through vendors for recycling.

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Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

Depending upon the nature of the waste, domestic waste can be segregated into two categories i.e., biodegradable and non–biodegradable. Biodegradable waste such as leaves, rotten food, etc. should be deposited in land fills, where they get decomposed aerobically and anaerobically into manure. Non-biodegradable... ...more

Depending upon the nature of the waste, domestic waste can be segregated into two categories i.e., biodegradable and non–biodegradable. Biodegradable waste such as leaves, rotten food, etc. should be deposited in land fills, where they get decomposed aerobically and anaerobically into manure. Non-biodegradable waste (which cannot be degraded) such as plastic, glass, metal scraps etc. should be sent for recycling.

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Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

The amount of dissolved oxygen present in water is limited. The abundance of phytoplanktons causes depletion of this dissolved oxygen. This is because, phytoplanktons are degraded by bacteria present in water. For their decomposition, they require a large amount of oxygen. Hence, they consume the oxygen... ...more

The amount of dissolved oxygen present in water is limited. The abundance of phytoplanktons causes depletion of this dissolved oxygen. This is because, phytoplanktons are degraded by bacteria present in water. For their decomposition, they require a large amount of oxygen. Hence, they consume the oxygen dissolved in water. As a result, the BOD level of water drops below 6 ppm, inhibiting the growth of fish and causing excessive fish-kill.

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Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gases are CO2, CH4, O3, CFCs, and water vapour. These gases are present near the Earth’s surface. They absorb solar energy that is radiated back from the surface of the Earth. The absorption of radiation results in the heating up of the atmosphere. Hence,... ...more

Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gases are CO2, CH4, O3, CFCs, and water vapour. These gases are present near the Earth’s surface. They absorb solar energy that is radiated back from the surface of the Earth. The absorption of radiation results in the heating up of the atmosphere. Hence, greenhouse gases are essential for maintaining the temperature of the Earth for the sustenance of life.

In the absence of greenhouse gases, the average temperature of the Earth will decrease drastically, making it uninhabitable. As a result, life on Earth would be impossible.

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Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

Green chemistry is a production process that aims at using the existing knowledge and principles of chemistry for developing and implementing chemical products and processes to reduce the use and generation of substances hazardous to the environment The release of different harmful chemicals (particulates,... ...more

Green chemistry is a production process that aims at using the existing knowledge and principles of chemistry for developing and implementing chemical products and processes to reduce the use and generation of substances hazardous to the environment

The release of different harmful chemicals (particulates, gases, organic and inorganic wastes) causes environmental pollution. In green chemistry, the reactants to be used in chemical reactions are chosen in such a way that the yield of the end products is up to 100%. This prevents or limits chemical pollutants from being introduced into the environment. Through the efforts of green chemists, H2O2 has replaced tetrachlorethane and chlorine gas in drying and bleaching of paper.

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Teaches

Math Olympiad classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in Math Olympiad classes

3

German Language Classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

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Answers by Shivani S. (890)

Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

It is essential to take proper care of the compost producing pit in order to protect ourselves from bad odour and flies. It should be kept covered to minimize bad odour and prevent flies from entering it. The recyclable waste should not be dumped in the compost producing pit. It should be sent to the... ...more

It is essential to take proper care of the compost producing pit in order to protect ourselves from bad odour and flies.

It should be kept covered to minimize bad odour and prevent flies from entering it.

The recyclable waste should not be dumped in the compost producing pit. It should be sent to the industries through vendors for recycling.

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Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

Depending upon the nature of the waste, domestic waste can be segregated into two categories i.e., biodegradable and non–biodegradable. Biodegradable waste such as leaves, rotten food, etc. should be deposited in land fills, where they get decomposed aerobically and anaerobically into manure. Non-biodegradable... ...more

Depending upon the nature of the waste, domestic waste can be segregated into two categories i.e., biodegradable and non–biodegradable. Biodegradable waste such as leaves, rotten food, etc. should be deposited in land fills, where they get decomposed aerobically and anaerobically into manure. Non-biodegradable waste (which cannot be degraded) such as plastic, glass, metal scraps etc. should be sent for recycling.

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Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

The amount of dissolved oxygen present in water is limited. The abundance of phytoplanktons causes depletion of this dissolved oxygen. This is because, phytoplanktons are degraded by bacteria present in water. For their decomposition, they require a large amount of oxygen. Hence, they consume the oxygen... ...more

The amount of dissolved oxygen present in water is limited. The abundance of phytoplanktons causes depletion of this dissolved oxygen. This is because, phytoplanktons are degraded by bacteria present in water. For their decomposition, they require a large amount of oxygen. Hence, they consume the oxygen dissolved in water. As a result, the BOD level of water drops below 6 ppm, inhibiting the growth of fish and causing excessive fish-kill.

Answers 1 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gases are CO2, CH4, O3, CFCs, and water vapour. These gases are present near the Earth’s surface. They absorb solar energy that is radiated back from the surface of the Earth. The absorption of radiation results in the heating up of the atmosphere. Hence,... ...more

Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gases are CO2, CH4, O3, CFCs, and water vapour. These gases are present near the Earth’s surface. They absorb solar energy that is radiated back from the surface of the Earth. The absorption of radiation results in the heating up of the atmosphere. Hence, greenhouse gases are essential for maintaining the temperature of the Earth for the sustenance of life.

In the absence of greenhouse gases, the average temperature of the Earth will decrease drastically, making it uninhabitable. As a result, life on Earth would be impossible.

Answers 1 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 10/10/2019 Learn CBSE/Class 11/Science/Chemistry/Environmental Chemistry/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 14

Green chemistry is a production process that aims at using the existing knowledge and principles of chemistry for developing and implementing chemical products and processes to reduce the use and generation of substances hazardous to the environment The release of different harmful chemicals (particulates,... ...more

Green chemistry is a production process that aims at using the existing knowledge and principles of chemistry for developing and implementing chemical products and processes to reduce the use and generation of substances hazardous to the environment

The release of different harmful chemicals (particulates, gases, organic and inorganic wastes) causes environmental pollution. In green chemistry, the reactants to be used in chemical reactions are chosen in such a way that the yield of the end products is up to 100%. This prevents or limits chemical pollutants from being introduced into the environment. Through the efforts of green chemists, H2O2 has replaced tetrachlorethane and chlorine gas in drying and bleaching of paper.

Answers 1 Comments
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Shivani S. conducts classes in German Language and Math Olympiad. Shivani is located in Btm Layout 2nd Stage, Bangalore. Shivani takes at students Home and Online Classes- via online medium. She has 3 years of teaching experience . Shivani has completed Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) from CSVTU in 2016. She is well versed in Hindi, Gujarati, English and Punjabi.

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