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Jeewan 31/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

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Jeewan 31/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

Alpha centauri

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Dr. Ashok replied | 05/02/2015

Our Closest Neighbor. The closest known planet to Earth outside of the Solar System circles Alpha Centauri B. Although its about the size of Earth, it's closer to the Sun than Mercury, making it uninhabitable.

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Annesha replied | 16/01/2015

A British accent does not necessarily imply impressive speaking. What you might prefer focussing on is the correct grammar, sentence construction and fluency. Even an Indian accent will do in that case.

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

Listen English movie sound in headset

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Ritu replied | 15 Feb

the charge is nominal, and its a brand now

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Anurag replied | 28 Feb

same to you

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Thirumangai 29/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Soniea 24/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Dr. Ashok replied | 19/02/2015

Premium Membership enables you to contact students directly as well as students can contact you directly. UrbanPro has this facility

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

It enables you to contact students directly.

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Mamatha replied | 11/01/2015

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Deepak replied | 31/01/2015

Okay if I get a chance then I certainly watch your must see video.

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Rahul 24/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

WATCH NEWS..ENGLISH MOVIE..

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Deepak replied | 30/01/2015

If you really want to learn English properly for that you have to understand the basic structures and their various uses.Talking is conducive if you get a chance to talk with a good speaker.Reception is very important in English just try to watch different news channel of English like Ndtv or CNBC.Here you get pure neutralize accented English.If you know how to pronounce English...  more»
If you really want to learn English properly for that you have to understand the basic structures and their various uses.Talking is conducive if you get a chance to talk with a good speaker.Reception is very important in English just try to watch different news channel of English like Ndtv or CNBC.Here you get pure neutralize accented English.If you know how to pronounce English with the help of organ of speech then you will improve the speaking.if you get any new word then find its category and meaning.Focus on the use of words.Try to pen down some small paragraph or sentences.its very scientific you just write down a few questions and try to answer them in front of mirror. Also read English for sometime .if your way is perfect then within fifteen days it gives result «less

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Manu Sharma 23/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 28/01/2015

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

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Deepak replied | 31/01/2015

Its very difficult but you can contact .

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Manju replied | 19/02/2015

Yes, you can contact students who have taken premium membership. Its visible on profile. You can find and contact them.

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Kirthika 23/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Avinash replied | 14/01/2015

Well, the answer to this question varies from branch to branch. If you have cleared in CSE/IT , then it is very less. The reason being there are very less vacancies in the PSUs for Comp. Science Grads. and the private sector generally values your performance in their interviews on the D-day(if you have fulfilled their qualification criteria). But, for core sector engineering graduates,...  more»
Well, the answer to this question varies from branch to branch. If you have cleared in CSE/IT , then it is very less. The reason being there are very less vacancies in the PSUs for Comp. Science Grads. and the private sector generally values your performance in their interviews on the D-day(if you have fulfilled their qualification criteria). But, for core sector engineering graduates, a good GATE score is really helpful to get a PSU job. Even some non- PSU core sector companies gives value to the the candidates having good GATE score. Bottom line :- for core sector engg. graduates very good score for GATE scorers. For CSE/IT, very limited scope(for rankers 1 to 100 max.). Its futile to go for GATE exam for a CSE graduate as he/she can get more package by concentrating on their core topics rather than wasting time preparing for GATE.(with personal experience). «less

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

GOVT. JOB IN PSU (PUBLIC SECTOR UNIT)

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Mani replied | 02 Mar

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Gangadhar replied | 07 Apr

gangadhar dr

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Virendra Kumar replied | 18/02/2015

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Roslin replied | 07/02/2015

Akash please send us your link.

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Chetan replied | 28 Feb

LINK ????

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Soniea 17/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Mitesh replied | 19 Mar

purchase costly coin

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Vinaysheel replied | 14 Jun

You have to pay Rs.500 via debit card or Cash Collection and you'll get 800 coins. Then you can contact the client of your choice with them. Each client costs 30 to 50 coins.

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Roslin replied | 02/02/2015

Mostly the students of 6th to 10th get trouble in Maths & physics, because they are not confident of the basics.

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

math and English

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Anitha replied | 13/02/2015

Tropisms are natural responses of organisms to external stimuli. Thigmotropism is a response that is often seen in plants in response to touch or contact.

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Ravi replied | 28/04/2015

Natural responses of organisms to external stimuli.

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Panithi 19/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

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Raj Kumar replied | 07/02/2015

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Deepak 20/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

make profile on it...and contact students by upgrading it..

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Deepak replied | 30/01/2015

You can use it as a conducive tool to contact concern students for teaching. Just be the member it can also improve your teaching status.

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

13.6 g/cm^3

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Dr. Ashok replied | 02/02/2015

Hot air has lesser density than cold air. So it always rises up. Now the freezer cools it, thus increasing its density and this cold air descends to the lower part On the way down it absorbs the heat from the food items. As it reaches down its temperature increases and again it rises up. This is a very good example for a convection phenomenon. If the freezer was placed at the bottom...  more»
Hot air has lesser density than cold air. So it always rises up. Now the freezer cools it, thus increasing its density and this cold air descends to the lower part On the way down it absorbs the heat from the food items. As it reaches down its temperature increases and again it rises up. This is a very good example for a convection phenomenon. If the freezer was placed at the bottom of the fridge then this cycle would not occur and cold air would get accumulated in the lower portion of the fridge. This would cause unevenness in the temperature of air inside the fridge and there won't be any circulation. «less

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Sam 20/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

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Srikanth 18/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepak replied | 31/01/2015

You have to make your account on UrbanPro and describe your skills and just upgrade your membership. It will solve your purpose.

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Sunil Kumar replied | 05 Aug

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

2 PI R=2+6 R SO R =7.....AND AREA =PI *R*R =154

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Avinash replied | 28/01/2015

Circumferenece = 2*pi*r = 154 units ( Circumference = 2*pi*r = 2+6r, 2*pi*r - 6r = 2, 2r (pi-3)=2, r= 1/pi-3, r = 7 units Area of Circle = pi*r^2, 22/7*7*7 = 154 sq.units.

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Shruti replied | 12/02/2015

diameter is double of radius, so 2.25x2=4.5

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Gyanendra replied | 13 Apr

4.50

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Avdhesh 09/12/2014 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

Well, I have a question that might sound a little out of context. But I am quite curious about it. Just the other day I was helping my son with his EVS chapter-Air we breathe. My question is that if the air we breathe contains many other gases (apart from oxygen) then how does our body take in only oxygen. In other words, how does it filter other gases?  more»

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Shivarama B replied | 23 Jun

Because of more affinity of oxygen to bind to the haemoglobin than CO2 and form Oxyhaemoglobin complex. But the complex formed is not much stable and will be dissociated easily. But if you take the CO carbon monoxide it has high affinity to bind than CO2/O2. So CO is more poisonous gas. And also CO complex will not break easily. Its all depending on binding capacity by donation...  more»
Because of more affinity of oxygen to bind to the haemoglobin than CO2 and form Oxyhaemoglobin complex. But the complex formed is not much stable and will be dissociated easily. But if you take the CO carbon monoxide it has high affinity to bind than CO2/O2. So CO is more poisonous gas. And also CO complex will not break easily. Its all depending on binding capacity by donation or acceptance of electrons to the metal or from the metal «less

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Mukesh Anand replied | 23 Jun

Mr Avdhesh, since the evolution of human beings and other animals our body is designed in such a way that it has the ability to absorb elements from its surrounding that suit and promote its growth. Oxygen is one such gas.When we inhale air containing oxygen our lungs absorb only oxygen and leave the other gases to be exhaled. The same thing happens with the food we eat i.e only...  more»
Mr Avdhesh, since the evolution of human beings and other animals our body is designed in such a way that it has the ability to absorb elements from its surrounding that suit and promote its growth. Oxygen is one such gas.When we inhale air containing oxygen our lungs absorb only oxygen and leave the other gases to be exhaled. The same thing happens with the food we eat i.e only a part of it is absorbed by the body and rest is egested. «less

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