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Gowrikanth 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 04 Aug

a.Aquarium

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Aquarium

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Natarajan 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Aditya Adarsh replied | 08 Aug

I my view growing population is not a threat but an advantage. If the population is young and educated it can be an unmatched resource for a nation. By 2020 India will be the youngest nation with average population of 35 years. Educated population can increase the GDP by increasing the per capita income.

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Aditya Adarsh replied | 08 Aug

I my view growing population is not a threat but an advantage. If the population is young and educated it can be an unmatched resource for a nation. By 2020 India will be the youngest nation with average population of 35 years. Educated population can find the solution for problems like global warming,, deforestation by finding means to use the resources judiciously. It's not the...  more»
I my view growing population is not a threat but an advantage. If the population is young and educated it can be an unmatched resource for a nation. By 2020 India will be the youngest nation with average population of 35 years. Educated population can find the solution for problems like global warming,, deforestation by finding means to use the resources judiciously. It's not the population that is the problem but the approach to problem. «less

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Rksanthosh 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Suman replied | 04 Aug

2005

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2005

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Amit 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Rahul replied | 08 Aug

an object moving in circular orbit is always in accelerated motion and the force required for this always directed to the center of that orbit, is called cenrtipetal force.

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P Padmini replied | 09 Aug

the force acting on the body towards the centre of circle in which body is moving.

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Yamun 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ayisha replied | 30 Aug

First proposed by Plato then modified by Ptolemy

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Prachi replied | 17 Sep

Around 140 A.D. Ptolemy proposed Plato's refined geocentric model.

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Poonam 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

The India Meteorological Department (IMD)

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Ravi Singh replied | 29 Aug

The India Meteorological Department (IMD)

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Thejas 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Tanu Mittal replied | 19 Jul

Make the list of events in chronological order and keep for references and learning.

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Gaurav Rajesh Karn replied | 05 Aug

READ HISTORY AS A STORY OR TRY TO DISCUSS WHATEVER U READ WITH YOUR PARENTS AND FRIENDS AND U CAN DO ONE MORE THING WHATEVER TOPIC OF HISTORY DO U WANT TO REMEMBER JUST LISTEN THAT LECTURE IN HINDI FROM YOU TUBE .TRY THIS U FIND HISTORY VERY EASY AND INTERESTING.

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Srinitha 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Saatvika replied | 04 Aug

Inspiration and expiration. Thoraco abdominal and abdomino thoracic would be the medical answer..

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Deepika replied | 06 Aug

Respiration is the process by which cells convert food in energy. The food from which energy is released is mainly glucose.
There are 2 types of respiration: aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Aerobic respiration uses oxygen to get the energy from food

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Watson 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Bhupinder replied | 05 Aug

It is important to understand the difference between rotations and revolutions. When an object turns around an internal axis (like the Earth turns around its axis) it is called a rotation. When an object circles an external axis (like the Earth circles the sun) it is called a revolution.

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Nidhi replied | 05 Aug

rotation means to move around on its own axis . like earth rotates on its axis . whereas revolution is rotate around the thimg like earth revolve around the sun.

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Yamini 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Rahul replied | 07 Aug

anemometer

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Anemometer

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Kiran 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 06 Aug

The oxygen released (with water vapor, in transpiration) as a photosynthetic byproduct, principally of phytoplankton, provides most of the atmospheric oxygen vital to respiration in plants and animals, and animals in turn produce carbon dioxide necessary to plants.

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Deepika replied | 06 Aug

The oxygen released (with water vapor, in transpiration) as a photosynthetic byproduct, principally of phytoplankton, provides most of the atmospheric oxygen vital to respiration in plants and animals, and animals in turn produce carbon dioxide necessary to plants.

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Jitesh 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Kobier replied | 26 Jul

it is thigh bone and biologically called Femur

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Deepika replied | 04 Aug

Femur
Rank Bone Avg. Inches
1. Femur (thighbone) 19.9
2. Tibia (shinbone) 16.9
3. Fibula (lower leg) 15.9
4. Humerus (upper arm) 14.4

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Sarala 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08 Aug

Altruist

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Anupam Ghosh Chowdhury replied | 09 Aug

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P 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08 Aug

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air which descends from a thunderstorm to the ground. No other weather phenomenon can match the fury and destructive power of tornadoes. Tornadoes can be strong enough to destroy large buildings, leaving only the bare concrete foundation.

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air that rotates while in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud

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Sreedhar 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Bhupinder replied | 09 Aug

Man Made Environment comprises of the environment, which has been created by man himself for the purpose of full- filling his needs and in order to make his life more convenient and easy.

such as DAMS, ALL VEHICLES, etc

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Saba replied | 09 Aug

1 parks
2 museum
3 every society
4 social media like facebook, whatsapp etc
5 school, colleges, office etc..

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Shreya 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

Wave height is affected by wind speed, wind duration (or how long the wind blows), and fetch, which is the distance over water that the wind blows in a single direction. If wind speed is slow, only small waves result, regardless of wind duration or fetch.

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Ravi Singh replied | 29 Aug

wave height is affected by:

Wind speed
Wind duration
Fetch - distance of wind travel over open water
Depth of water / roughness of sea bed
Direction and speed of tide

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Pradeep 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abhishek replied | 08 Aug

Antoine lavoisiur

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P Padmini replied | 08 Aug

Lavoisier

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Shamss 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

Muscular strength is defined as the maximum amount of force that a muscle can exert against some form of resistance in a single effort.

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U.k. replied | 09 Aug

Muscular force is the highest amount of force exerted by the muscles of the body in order to overcome the most resistance in a single effort. A large part of muscle strength is endurance..

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Ashwin 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

Anaconda
Elephant
Gorilla
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U.k. replied | 09 Aug

Anteater , Jaguar , Green Anaconda , Blue morpho butterfly

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Dbalaji replied | 29 Aug

Fun way to teach about the Respiratory Sysyem, make Paper Bag Lungs and Straw Tracheas

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Prachi replied | 17 Sep

The best way to teach about the respiratory system to involve students in knowing the similar activities like how respiratory system works as a tree or vacuum cleaner or other substances.... Another option is You tube and colourful charts n diagrams.

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Avinesh 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Supriyo replied | 08 Aug

It definitely can be. It is all about cutting oxygen supply. If your water splash is good enough or large enough it can. Can I take an example a kerosene stove or lamp. We used them in 90's. put a glass of water on it and it does extinguish. But its not water who is doing the job its just about cutting oxygen supply or air.

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Saba replied | 09 Aug

No. You need to prevent oxygen so that it donot spread or you can also put on sand on it

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Nandini 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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S Uday Kumar replied | 03 Aug

THE SUBSTANCE THAT GIVES HEAT AND LIGHT ARE CALLED FUELS.FUELS DERIVED ARE FOSSIL FUELS

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Preeti replied | 04 Aug

A natural fuel such as gas n coal.. Form in the geological part from the remains of living thing

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Bindu 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abhishek replied | 08 Aug

Ignious rocks

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Igneous rocks

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Preeti 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Lakshit Verma replied | 28 Jul

Every layer has its own importance. Yet ozone is the most important

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Sujat Biswal replied | 07 Aug

Troposphere

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Krishn 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Puneet replied | 09 Aug

An ocean current is a continuous, directed movement of seawater generated by forces acting upon this mean flow, such as breaking waves, wind, the Coriolis effect, cabbeling, temperature and salinity differences, while tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

An ocean current is any more or less permanent or continuous, directed movement of ocean water that flows in one of the Earth's oceans. The currents are generated from the forces acting upon the water like the earth's rotation, the wind, the temperature and salinity differences and the gravitation of the moon.

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