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Sharada replied | 12/04/2015

The basic reaction will be 2Mg+O2 ->2MgO. N+O2->NO2.
MgO+H2O->Mg(OH)2. 3NO2+H2O->2HNO3+NO

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Rubnawaz replied | 14 Mar

Metal as well as non metal reacts with oxygen to form respective oxides when these oxides reacts with water metal form bases and non metal form acids.

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Raman replied | 27/03/2015

Direction will be indicated by the sign (positive quantities point in +x direction, while negative quantities point in the ?x direction). Determining which direction is positive and which negative is entirely arbitrary.

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Praful replied | 01/04/2015

Opposite direction of object is negative sign otherwise positive ...

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Anitha replied | 04/02/2015

The principle focus or focal point of a mirror is the point at which light that is incident parallel to the
aixs comes together at a point. -

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Abuzar replied | 18/02/2015

At infinity

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Ashwini 29/01/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Shanthi replied | 04/12/2015

tomato is botanically fruit

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

fruit

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Rekha 29/01/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

there are 46 22 pairs of autosomes and 1 chromose pair of x and y which decide a boy or girl in the offsprind

hope u got ur answer right

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Lakshita Sharma replied | 12/06/2016

there are 46 chromosomes in our body in the form of 23 pairs

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Mohammad 24/01/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Vishesh replied | 28/01/2015

250

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Ravi replied | 28/01/2015

1000-2000

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Padala 23/01/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abhijit replied | 23/11/2015

23 pairs

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Priya replied | 06/03/2016

23 pairs

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Subhash replied | 12/02/2016

1.Judge student's caliper by giving him/ her small questions first.
2.Start removing the old weaknesses. Let it take time.
3.Teach step by step and tell how answer has been derived.
4.Also tell easier method of solving question.
5.Fundamental and basics are 2 separate things understand first. I van explain.
6. Most important to tell this differance.

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Subhash replied | 12/02/2016

Correct spelling of difference please

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Pranav replied | 31/01/2015

You can get paid through online transfer in ur bank account in advance.

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M Ramesh replied | 03/02/2015

Students will deposit in your bank account or if you have paypal account it is better to get paid

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Rakesh 14/01/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Keshav replied | 28/01/2015

1x1=1

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Ravi replied | 29/01/2015

.32 approx

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Priyanka 11/01/2015 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Vaibhtech replied | 26/01/2015

Yes, agree with Avinash. Depends on quality of classes.

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

500/hr

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Bijoy replied | 23/01/2015

Within one week.

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Premiertuition.com replied | 26/01/2015

nice

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Dr Ashok replied | 27/01/2015

Register yourself as a Premium Member so that you get the contact details of the students

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

make profile and upgrade your accounts

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Dr Ashok replied | 31/01/2015

The point at which a consumer reaches optimum utility, or satisfaction, from the goods and services purchased given the constraints of income and prices. This is based on the assumption that consumers attempt to get maximum utility from their purchases and that competition exists for the item in question. Equilibrium is reached when the consumer purchases the assortment of goods...  more»
The point at which a consumer reaches optimum utility, or satisfaction, from the goods and services purchased given the constraints of income and prices. This is based on the assumption that consumers attempt to get maximum utility from their purchases and that competition exists for the item in question. Equilibrium is reached when the consumer purchases the assortment of goods which best meets his satisfaction requirements given his financial constraints. «less

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Raj Kumar replied | 03/02/2015

When consumers make choices about the quantity of goods and services to consume, it is presumed that their objective is to maximize total utility. In maximizing total utility, the consumer faces a number of constraints, the most important of which are the consumer's income and the prices of the goods and services that the consumer wishes to consume. The consumer's effort to maximize...  more»
When consumers make choices about the quantity of goods and services to consume, it is presumed that their objective is to maximize total utility. In maximizing total utility, the consumer faces a number of constraints, the most important of which are the consumer's income and the prices of the goods and services that the consumer wishes to consume. The consumer's effort to maximize total utility, subject to these constraints, is referred to as the consumer's problem. The solution to the consumer's problem, which entails decisions about how much the consumer will consume of a number of goods and services, is referred to as consumer equilibrium. «less

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Sudhansu Bhushan replied | 22/02/2015

MOTIVATION??
Its like owning the worlds best car with all the parts working perfectly, the car has the capabilities to go fast with the greatest fuel efficiency. But if there is no driver and or if the driver does not ignite the car and start it, the car does not even move. Motivation is like that spark for the engine. This is what makes the human engine move. You may have...  more»
MOTIVATION??
Its like owning the worlds best car with all the parts working perfectly, the car has the capabilities to go fast with the greatest fuel efficiency. But if there is no driver and or if the driver does not ignite the car and start it, the car does not even move. Motivation is like that spark for the engine. This is what makes the human engine move. You may have the best talents or acquired the best skills but it you do not have motivation you will not reach far. Motivation is the driver which drives you to do what you are doing.

Motivation is the desire to achieve a Goal. Motivation with enthusiasm and energy really move us forward in life. «less

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

to accomplish a goal,we need extra energy

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Ravi replied | 29/01/2015

Positive thinking belongs to our brain whereas the positive believing belongs to heart.

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Roslin replied | 21/02/2015

Positive thinking helps you use your abilities to the fullest. Positive believing is more than positive thinking. It is knowing that positive thinking will work. Positive believing is an attitude of confidence that comes from our heart. Having a positive attitude with out believing is nothing more than a wish/dream.

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

300/hr

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

300 - 400

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

g varies

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Rob replied | 16 Apr

I think a better question would be "is there a difference in the weight of an object at the North Pole and the South Pole?"

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Avinash replied | 27/01/2015

Because density of ice is lesser than water.

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Ravi replied | 28/01/2015

Because density of ice is lesser than water.

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Shruti replied | 26/01/2015

The ratio of the density of a substance to the density of a standard, usually water for a liquid or solid, and air for a gas.

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

mass of any volume of a substance compared to the mass of an equal volume of water ( or any other medium one may want to compare with )

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Roslin replied | 25/02/2015

The Sun produces energy by the nuclear fusion of hydrogen into helium in its core.

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

nuclear fission

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Noor replied | 12/04/2016

When an atom forms its first bond with another atom, sigma bonding occurs (yes, all the single bonds) and when the atom forms its second or third or so on bond with another atom, pi bond occurs. There is also a difference in the orientations of the two bonds, as in how they involve different orbitals.

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Navneet replied | 15/04/2016

Sigma bond
1. This bond is formed by the overlap of atomic orbitals along the internuclear axis.
2. The bond is rotationally symmetrical around the internuclear axis.
3. S as well as p orbitals can form sigma bond.
4. It is stronger than a pi bond.
5. Hybrid orbitals form sigma bond.
Pi bond
1. This bond is formed by the lateral overlap of two...  more»
Sigma bond
1. This bond is formed by the overlap of atomic orbitals along the internuclear axis.
2. The bond is rotationally symmetrical around the internuclear axis.
3. S as well as p orbitals can form sigma bond.
4. It is stronger than a pi bond.
5. Hybrid orbitals form sigma bond.
Pi bond
1. This bond is formed by the lateral overlap of two p orbitals which are mutually parallel but oriented perpendicular to the internuclear axis.
2. The bond is not rotationally symmetrical around the internuclear axis.
3. Only p orbitals can form pi bond.
4. It is weaker than sigma bond.
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Ravi replied | 28/01/2015

Largest cell is - Ovum AND the longest is - neuron

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Sunil replied | 29/01/2015

nerve cell

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Dr Ashok replied | 29/01/2015

The solvent will flow from high(hypertonic) to low(hypotonic) concentration. The fish that is used to salt water has high solutes (Salts) and the freshwater is devoid of solutes. As a result, when you place a saltwater fish in freshwater, the freshwater will move into the cells. This will cause them to swell and burst (become turgid)!!! Not a nice thing to do to a fish!

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Ravi replied | 29/01/2015

Because of the process of osmosis, whereby water diffuses from an area where it has low concentration to one where it has high concentration.
The metabolism of marine fish is different from that of freshwater fish, in that they are specifically adapted to live in waters containing a high salt content. As a result, their bodies contain less water- they have less in their bloodstream,...  more»
Because of the process of osmosis, whereby water diffuses from an area where it has low concentration to one where it has high concentration.
The metabolism of marine fish is different from that of freshwater fish, in that they are specifically adapted to live in waters containing a high salt content. As a result, their bodies contain less water- they have less in their bloodstream, and a higher content of salt in their tissues and organs.
When placed in freshwater conditions, water will naturally diffuse from it's high concentration to the area where it is of low concentration- the tissues and body of the fish. As a result, the poor animal's body tisues and organs become engorged with water, resulting in rupture, haemorrhanging and the eventual 'bursting' of the creature's body. «less

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

600 km

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Manoj Kumar replied | 28/04/2016

600 km from point A.

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