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Vivek 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Himanshu replied | 02 Aug

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

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Saba replied | 09 Aug

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

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Kirti 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Bhupinder replied | 09 Aug

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 Aug

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 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02 Aug

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 Aug

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 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02 Aug

The four seasons — winter, spring, summer, autumn

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Saraswathi replied | 03 Aug

Summer
Winter
Autumn
Spring

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Madhavan 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Bhupinder replied | 09 Aug

Wool industry

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Anisha D replied | 09 Aug

Wool industry

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Tarun 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Mohd Sahil Ansari replied | 08 Aug

New Moon

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Er. Gauri Vishal Kirola replied | 08 Aug

It's new moon or dark moon .

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Sujatha 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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P Padmini replied | 08 Aug

Medical diagnose

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Bhupinder replied | 09 Aug

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 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Preeti replied | 04 Aug

Stratosphere

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Saba replied | 09 Aug

Troposphere

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Deepika replied | 02 Aug

Tide.

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Jayanth replied | 04 Aug

Tides

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Sutapa Haldar replied | 31 Jul

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 Aug

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 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepika replied | 02 Aug

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 Aug

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

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Akhileshwar 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Debraj replied | 28 Jul

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 Aug

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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Shashikant 11 Jul in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Santhakumar replied | 29 Jul

relief, frontal and convectional.

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Rashida replied | 03 Aug

Relief
Frontal
Conventional

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Deepika replied | 02 Aug

Sita had an apple, a banana, and a strawberry with a cup of ice cream.

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Saba replied | 09 Aug

Sita had apple, banana, strawberry with a cup of ice cream.

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Kousalya replied | 17 Jul

Rs. 12000 for entire assignment

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Kousalya replied | 17 Jul

RS.12000 FOR ENTIRE ASSIGNMENT

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Nirnay replied | 31 Jul

i'll charge 2000 p.m..i'll take class fr twice a week..

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Zareen replied | 23 Sep

Grade I to V 3000
VI to VIII 4000

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Rakesh replied | 15 Jul

1000 p.m.

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Kousalya replied | 22 Jul

U can charge Rs 500- 750 and 4 to 5 classes per week , it could be the same for each student of the group

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Sutapa Haldar replied | 06 Aug

Potential difference between two points is defined as the amount of work involved or the amount energy released in the transfer of a unit quantity of electricity from one point to the other.

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Aa replied | 03 Oct

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Anoop replied | 19 Jul

I will take rs.500/hr of one subject. For ,6-9std

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Mitesh replied | 19 Jul

for maths and science
6th - 4500
7th - 4500
8th - 5500
9th - 6000

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Mandarin School Chennai replied | 21 Jun

Sure will inform. share your email id & contact number with us.

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Golden Mishra replied | 22 Jun

are you preparing for civil services

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Vikas 17 Jun in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, English(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

how to mail data in excel ?

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Jyothi replied | 18 Jun

You can make the exel file as an attachment and send it

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Deepika replied | 27 Sep

Start the mail merge
In Word, choose File > New > Blank document.
On the Mailings tab, in the Start Mail merge group, choose Start Mail Merge, and then choose the kind of merge you want to run.
Choose Select Recipients > Use an Existing List.
Browse to your Excel spreadsheet, and then choose Open.

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Deepali 13 Jun in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, Science(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

Do the fees charged is separately for Physics, chemistry for class 5 student or its for total subject as science subject and how much fees

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Ruchi Goyal replied | 17 Jun

Fees is not seperate for physics,chemistry.it is 1000 for science

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Suganya replied | 21 Jun

Cant understand mam..

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Rajesh replied | 01 Jul

Greeting the day of good morning, The tution fee for any subject according to students ability under the private tution either study in group or study in self .............

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Ivee replied | 05 Jul

500?- per subject

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Anirdipta 10 Jun in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, English(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

I would like to understand the different types of Clauses and Phrases with examples ....

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Deepika replied | 27 Sep

Clause A clause is a group of related words containing a subject and a predicate For example, he laughed.
A clause refers to a group of related words (within a sentence or itself as an independent sentence) which has both subject and predicate.
Example: I will meet him in office.
Main or Independent Clause
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Clause “A clause is a group of related words containing a subject and a predicate” For example, he laughed.
A clause refers to a group of related words (within a sentence or itself as an independent sentence) which has both subject and predicate.
Example: I will meet him in office.
Main or Independent Clause
“Main (or independent) clause is a clause that expresses a complete thought and can stand as a sentence.
Example: I met the boy who had helped me
Subordinate (or independent) clause is a clause which does not express complete thought and depends on another clause (main clause) to express complete thought.
Subordinate clause does not express complete idea and can’t stand as a sentence. A sentence having a subordinate clause must have a main clause.
Example: He likes Chinese rice which tastes good. «less

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Deepika replied | 27 Sep

Phrase: A phrase is defined as a group of related words that lacks both subject and verb.
A phrase is a part of a sentence. It is a group of words (within a sentence) that does not contain both subject and verb and does not express a complete idea.
Example.: He is standing near a wall.
Noun Phrase A noun phrase consists of a noun and other related words (usually...  more»
Phrase:“A phrase is defined as a group of related words that lacks both subject and verb.”
A phrase is a part of a sentence. It is a group of words (within a sentence) that does not contain both subject and verb and does not express a complete idea.
Example.: He is standing near a wall.
Noun Phrase A noun phrase consists of a noun and other related words (usually modifiers and determiners) which modify the noun. It functions a noun in a sentence. Example: He is wearing a nice red shirt.
Prepositional phrase. A prepositional phrase consists of a preposition, object of a preposition (noun or pronoun) and may also consist of other modifiers.
e.g. on a table, near a wall, in the room, at the door, under a tree
Adjective Phrase. An adjective phrase is a group of words that functions like an adjective in a sentence. It consists of adjectives, modifier and any word that modifies a noun or pronoun.
An adjective phrase functions like an adjective to modify (or tell about) a noun or a pronoun in a sentence.
Examples He is wearing a nice red shirt. :
Adverb Phrase:An adverb phrase is a group of words that functions as an adverb in a sentence. It consists of adverbs or other words (preposition, noun, verb, modifiers) that make a group with works like an adverb in a sentence.Example: He always behaves in a good manner.
Verb Phrase A verb phrase is a combination of main verb and its auxiliaries (helping verbs) in a sentence.
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Anannya 09 Jun in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, Mathematics(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

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Nishant Kumar replied | 01 Jul

Dear brother/sister ,I am not money oriented rather I m just intrested in imparting a quality education..so if u r asking about how much u should pay its absolutely up to u to decide the money u should pay to me.bcz m preparing for ias exam so thought of doing a social work.can't do it for free bcz I m going to be connected with some ngos so will be paying off this money over there..regards...  more»
Dear brother/sister ,I am not money oriented rather I m just intrested in imparting a quality education..so if u r asking about how much u should pay its absolutely up to u to decide the money u should pay to me.bcz m preparing for ias exam so thought of doing a social work.can't do it for free bcz I m going to be connected with some ngos so will be paying off this money over there..regards Nishant Singh «less

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Rajesh replied | 01 Jul

It banks on board if BSEB- 700-1k pm, CBSE-1k to 1.5k pm, ICSE- 1.5k to 2.5k pm

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