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Akash please send us your link.

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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

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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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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

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Raj Kumar replied | 07/02/2015

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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

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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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Ravi replied | 27/01/2015

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Click the link youve got in the message and youll reach the enquiries page.Now click the name.Youll find the contact tab when you scroll down.tap the contact bar.Youll see the contact number.Hola.

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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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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 | 13/04/2016

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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 | 23/06/2016

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 | 23/06/2016

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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Sunanda replied | 02 Jan

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Rakesh replied | 22/07/2016

It is ridiculous that a tutor like PA Kumar writing tuition as tution.

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Rakesh replied | 22/07/2016

Whether students would contsct you or not but number of tutors have given differrnt answers of your same question.See how tutors are more concerned than students.

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