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Kiran 22/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Saurav replied | 28/02/2015

Cell just want to increase size to its twice then splitting it into two

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Jyothi replied | 17/04/2015

Bi means 2 ..here only 2 numbers are used which is 0 and 1..

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Vilas 19/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Anurag replied | 28/02/2016

Corresponding travel of sound from one place to another.

Lakshita Sharma replied | 12/06/2016

sound is a wave and its pitch is defined as the distance between two consecutive crests or troughs or any other corresponding points on two consecutive wavelengths

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Elora 17/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Akhilesh replied | 24/02/2015

Through Skype math subject physics chemistry. Upto class 10th and computer from class 8th to 12th

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Simmi replied | 25/02/2015

In which subjects you want online coaching. I am tutor to provide online coaching through Skype. Let me know your course. I will tell you fees.

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Gaurav 14/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Anjali replied | 29/11/2015

There are many differences between stress and pressure which are as follows
1. Stress is internal resistive force per unit area whereas pressure is externally applied normal force per unit area.
2.Stress can be in any direction i.e. can be normal or parallel to the plane area whereas pressure always acts normal to the surface.
3.Stress is a second order tensor whereas...  more»
There are many differences between stress and pressure which are as follows
1. Stress is internal resistive force per unit area whereas pressure is externally applied normal force per unit area.
2.Stress can be in any direction i.e. can be normal or parallel to the plane area whereas pressure always acts normal to the surface.
3.Stress is a second order tensor whereas pressure is a scalar quantity.
4.Due to pressure ,stress is induced but due to stress pressure is not induced.
5.Pressure can be measured with the help of pressure gauges but stress cannot be measured.
6.Magnitude of pressure is same in all the directions ( Pascal's law) but magnitude of stress is different in different directions. «less

Subhash replied | 12/02/2016

Stress is inner strength of a body, whereas pressure is an application of quantity of load/ wt per unit area.

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Gopal 13/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

7.29

Beena replied | 14/07/2015

1:2

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Sreedevi 11/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Vashima replied | 18/02/2015

Team viewer and Skype both are equally good options. White board is not essential.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

YES

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Jayasyamala replied | 14/02/2015

Since your basics must be clear, last few days preparation should be easy by a bit of planning and selective grouping of topics.

Sumit replied | 14/02/2015

Practice 1-2 question papers daily in a real time environment.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Shilpa replied | 15/02/2015

Mitochondria is said to be the power house of the cell because in mitochondria ATP is formed which is the form of energy required for different cell mechanisms.

Roslin replied | 21/02/2015

Mitochindria

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Sabana replied | 03/04/2015

Co valency is equal shared of electrons between the combining atoms to attend stability.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

It is the number of electron pairs an atom can share with other atoms.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Roslin replied | 21/02/2015

Yes, gravitational energy is conservative.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

YES

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Hymavathi replied | 17/04/2015

The spring force is the force exerted dy a compressed or stretched spring upon any object that is attached to it.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

Force exerted by a compressed or stretched spring upon any object that is attached to it.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Rubics replied | 13/02/2015

1 ampere is the current that flows with electric charge of 1 coulomb per second

Ashutosh replied | 16/02/2015

Ampere is a unit of current .ampere gives us idea about how much current is flowing through a conductor when we apply any any voltage source. it is given by ratio of charge flow through conductor per unit of sec.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Srikanth replied | 12/02/2015

The coulomb is a fundamental unit of electrical charge, and is the SI derived unit of electric charge . It is equal in magnitude to the charge of approximately 6.241Ã—1018 electrons, but has the opposite sign.

Anitha replied | 12/02/2015

The coulomb unit of electric charge is named for him. unit of electric charge in the metre-kilogram-second-ampere system, the basis of the SI system of physical units. The coulomb is defined as the quantity of electricity transported in one second by a current of one ampere.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Dinesh replied | 12/05/2015

Rest : It means the state just before a body is just start to move.
Motion : The action or the process of moving or being moved.

Vivek replied | 14/05/2015

When the sum of all the acting forces on a body is zero and the body does not changes position coordinates w.r.t reference object with the passage of time. Then body is said to be at rest

Motion : When the resultant of several acting forces on a body is not zero and the position coordinates of body changes wrt reference object with passage of time. It is called motion

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Virendra Kumar replied | 19/02/2015

Valency is the ability of an atom to lose or gain electrons while valence electrons is the number of electrons in its outermost shell.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

Valency is the ability of an atom to lose or gain electrons while valence electrons is the number of electrons in its outermost shell

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abirami replied | 27/02/2015

It is nothing but a covalent bond that means a pair of electrons that come from the same atom.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

It is formed between two atoms in which both the electrons are contributed by one of the atoms, where as the atom takes part in sharing.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Sourabh replied | 23/02/2015

Simply you can say that
momentum is the quantity to measure the extent of velocity with which a body of mass 'm' is moving.
hence
momentum = mass x Velocity
i.e. p= m x v

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

mass X VELOCITY

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Dr Ashok replied | 21/02/2015

The law of conservation of energy states that matter can neither be created or destroyed

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Shilpa replied | 19/04/2015

Consevation of energy is that the total energy of an isolated system is always constant.energy can't be neither created nor be destroyed.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abirami replied | 27/02/2015

Work done by conservative force in 1 cycle is zero.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

0

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Ajay replied | 26/02/2015

Energy is input to get output in the form of work.

Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

YES

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abuzar replied | 13/02/2015

The potential difference across conductor is directly proportional to the current flowing through it.

Roslin replied | 18/02/2015

According to Ohmâ€™s law, the current flowing in a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference across its ends provided the physical conditions and the temperature of the conductor remains constant.

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Ravi 10/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Yarra replied | 13/02/2015

This is the reaction where a single compound break down into two or more compounds. Ex: H2O ( water Molecule splitting into Hydrogen and Oxygen

Roslin replied | 18/02/2015

A decomposition reaction is a type of chemical reaction in which a single compound breaks down into two or more elements or new compounds. These reactions often involve an energy source such as heat, light, or electricity that breaks apart the bonds of compounds.
Examples: Water can be separated by electrolysis into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas through the decomposition reaction:...  more»
A decomposition reaction is a type of chemical reaction in which a single compound breaks down into two or more elements or new compounds. These reactions often involve an energy source such as heat, light, or electricity that breaks apart the bonds of compounds.
Examples: Water can be separated by electrolysis into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas through the decomposition reaction:

2 H2O ? 2 H2 + O2 «less

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Sreedevi 09/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

If you have to explain a numerical problem you will require a whiteboard. Else Skype and powerpoint can be used.

Sujatha replied | 13/02/2015

If the task is complex we can use whiteboard otherwise skype is enough.

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Ravi 08/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Dr Ashok replied | 18/02/2015

The best grammar book I have ever seen is "Longman's Grammar of spoken and written English". Teaching English grammer is an art and the best way to teach is to make students understand grammar is by relating day to day activities to actual grammar concepts

Deepak replied | 21/02/2015

Put the grammatical item as the form of family members into the brain of students. And give revision for three chapters verb,tense and Syntex. These three things do miracle to boost up the language. As far as book is concern it depends on student and they can select any book which they feel comfortable to read.

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Sudhansu Bhushan 08/02/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

The average fees of tuetion depends upon the following factors : (1) Cost of time (2) Quality of teaching ( It is co-factor between students and a teacher) (3) Total number of students in a class ( may be 1 or it may be 30 or more ?) (4) Overhead expenses incurred by the teacher ( like electricity charges, AC Charges, cost of stationary etc.) (5)...  more»

Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

fee depend on quality and result oreantation

Chetan replied | 23/06/2016

point no 2 and demand & supply is very much valid. others are theoretical.

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