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Yamini 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Rahul replied | 07/08/2016

anemometer

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Anemometer

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Jitesh 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Kobier replied | 26/07/2016

it is thigh bone and biologically called Femur

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Deepika replied | 04/08/2016

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 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08/08/2016

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Anupam Ghosh Chowdhury replied | 09/08/2016

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P 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08/08/2016

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 | 09/08/2016

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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Shreya 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Anisha D replied | 09/08/2016

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 | 29/08/2016

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 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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P Padmini replied | 08/08/2016

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Deepika replied | 03 May

Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier
Antoine Lavoisier is considered the father of modern chemistry. He was a French nobleman who recognized and named oxygen and isolated the major components of air. Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier is known as "the father of modern chemistry."

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Prachi replied | 17/09/2016

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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Deepika replied | 03 May

Make small question like some are here:
1. What is respiratory system?
2. What is respiration in human body?
3. Why do we need to breathe out carbon di oxide
4. What is the gas exchange system in humans?
5. What are the different organs that make up the respiratory system?
Some are here, if you want more I can give more questions by this you can make understand...  more»
Make small question like some are here:
1. What is respiratory system?
2. What is respiration in human body?
3. Why do we need to breathe out carbon di oxide
4. What is the gas exchange system in humans?
5. What are the different organs that make up the respiratory system?
Some are here, if you want more I can give more questions by this you can make understand the topics in a easy way. «less

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Kiran 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Lalit Mohan replied | 03/08/2016

Through photosynthesis plants utilises sun light and convert it into chemical energy which they stored in them and thus we can get energy from those plants... As sun is the ultimate source of energy hence photosynthesis plays central role in converting that sun energy in some kind of chemicals that can be further utilise for energy

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Deepika replied | 06/08/2016

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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Nandini 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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S Uday Kumar replied | 03/08/2016

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

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Preeti replied | 04/08/2016

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

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Bindu 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abhishek replied | 08/08/2016

Ignious rocks

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08/08/2016

Igneous rocks

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Preeti 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Lakshit Verma replied | 28/07/2016

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

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Sujat Biswal replied | 07/08/2016

Troposphere

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Krishn 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Puneet replied | 09/08/2016

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 | 09/08/2016

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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Vivek 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Himanshu replied | 02/08/2016

The undesirable movement of the material particles which forms a shaking effect is known as vibration.

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Saba replied | 09/08/2016

Vibration simply means to and fro motion of the atomic particles which may create a low sound

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Shamss 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Anisha D replied | 09/08/2016

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 | 09/08/2016

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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Kirti 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Bhupinder replied | 09/08/2016

Paddy is a kharif crop which is sown in rainy season. It requires lots of water for its growth. During winter large amount of water is not available. Hence due to unavailability of sufficient water and unfavourable climatic conditions paddy should not be grown in the winter season.

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Anisha D replied | 09/08/2016

Paddy is a kharif crop which is sown in rainy season. It requires lots of water for its growth. During winter large amount of water is not available. Hence due to unavailability of sufficient water and unfavourable climatic conditions paddy should not be grown in the winter season.

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Praneeth 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02/08/2016

The Earth rotates from the west towards east. As viewed from North Star or polestar Polaris, the Earth turns counter-clockwise.
The North Pole, also known as the Geographic North Pole or Terrestrial North Pole, is the point in the Northern Hemisphere where the Earth's axis of rotation meets its surface.

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Deepika replied | 04/08/2016

The Earth rotates from the west towards east. As viewed from North Star or pole star Polaris,
the Earth turns counter-clockwise. The North Pole, also known as the Geographic North Pole or Terrestrial North Pole, is the point in the Northern Hemisphere where the Earth's axis of rotation meets its surface.

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Vijayaadithya 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02/08/2016

The four seasons — winter, spring, summer, autumn

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Saraswathi replied | 03/08/2016

Summer
Winter
Autumn
Spring

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Madhavan 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Bhupinder replied | 09/08/2016

Wool industry

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Anisha D replied | 09/08/2016

Wool industry

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Tarun 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Mohd Sahil replied | 08/08/2016

New Moon

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08/08/2016

It's new moon or dark moon .

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Sujatha 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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P Padmini replied | 08/08/2016

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Bhupinder replied | 09/08/2016

Health-care professionals use symptoms and signs as clues that can help determine the most likely diagnosis when illness is present.
A symptom is any subjective evidence of disease, while a sign is any objective evidence of disease. Therefore, a symptom is a phenomenon that is experienced by the individual affected by the disease, while a sign is a phenomenon that can be detected...  more»
Health-care professionals use symptoms and signs as clues that can help determine the most likely diagnosis when illness is present.
A symptom is any subjective evidence of disease, while a sign is any objective evidence of disease. Therefore, a symptom is a phenomenon that is experienced by the individual affected by the disease, while a sign is a phenomenon that can be detected by someone other than the individual affected by the disease. For examples, anxiety, pain, and fatigue are all symptoms. In contrast, a bloody nose is a sign of injured blood vessels in the nose that can be detected by a doctor, a nurse, or another observer. «less

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Manjunath 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Preeti replied | 04/08/2016

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Saba replied | 09/08/2016

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Ravi 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02/08/2016

Tide.

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Jayanth replied | 04/08/2016

Tides

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Sutapa Haldar replied | 31/07/2016

A sample of matter which is composed of only one type of particle and with distinct chemical property is called pure substance. example- sample of gold with 100% Au molecules

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Deepika replied | 02/08/2016

The two types of pure substances are elements and compounds. A pure substance is that which consists of only one component with distinct chemical and physical properties. Any substance with more than one component is called a mixture.

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Soujanya 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02/08/2016

1.a small, rapidly moving meteor burning up on entering the earth's atmosphere.
2. a North American plant with white, pink, or purple hanging flowers with backward-curving petals. The flowers are carried above the leaves on slender stems and turn to face up following fertilization.

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Preeti replied | 04/08/2016

It's looks like stars.. It quickly shoot across the sky but they are not stars

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Akhileshwar 11/07/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Debraj Paul replied | 28/07/2016

Diffuse reflection is the reflection of light from a surface such that an incident ray is reflected at many angles rather than at just one angle as in the case of secular reflection.

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Supriyo replied | 08/08/2016

Diffused reflection
If the surface is not smooth where your incident ray is falling on them.
So we have to understand what really happens here.
In rough surface the plane on which light is falling the incident plane is having different orientation
at different points. Hence the direction of reflection differs though direction of incident rays are same.
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Diffused reflection
If the surface is not smooth where your incident ray is falling on them.
So we have to understand what really happens here.
In rough surface the plane on which light is falling the incident plane is having different orientation
at different points. Hence the direction of reflection differs though direction of incident rays are same.
Remember here also angle of incidence= angle of reflection.
Laws will work as it is. ONly the normal to the plane for each incident ray will be different as surface is not plane. So as normal is different angle of incidence will be different depending on point of incidence. and thereby the angle of reflection will also be different..
Please understand it conceptually superficial understanding of this will affect you in your future preparation in higher classes. «less

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