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Rakesh replied | 26/05/2016

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Suprabha replied | 27/05/2016

Camphor ( kapoor)

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Rehaman replied | 01/07/2016

Per hour 250 to350

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Soniya replied | 04/07/2016

Yes it will vary from standard to standard .

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Rajesh replied | 20/06/2016

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Rishabh replied | 24/06/2016

Total loss =200
Loss on 1 jacket =50rs
Profit on 1 shirt =100rs
Jacket sold =10
So loss 10*50=500rs.but here actual loss is 200rs it means we have 300rs profit on shirt(500-300=200rs)
Profit on shirt-300rs
1 shirt profit-100rs
So total shirt-300/100=3shirt

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Srijan replied | 20/04/2016

It is a frame in which you are in motion for the observer but you are in state of rest for yourself. Ex- you are traveling in a bus. For people outside the bus you are in motion but for other people in the bus you are stationary

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Vijay replied | 27/04/2016

All inertial frames are in a state of constant, rectilinear motion with respect to one another. ex- A bus moving in a straight path with a consatant speed , netwon's first and 3rd law is applicable for interial frame.

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Rajendran replied | 04/05/2016

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A. replied | 05/05/2016

300

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Sruthi 12/04/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, English(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

how i should take cbsc online coaching class

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Virender replied | 16 Mar

You can take through IMO Skype or through call also the fee will be around Rs. 150 per hour.

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Dr replied | 18 Mar

These days you can easily connect yourself with your appropriate tutor online through Skype,IMO,etc.This is more comfortable as you decide time and tuition as per your convenience. Around Rs. 150-200 per hour i the fee charge for this.

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Rachna replied | 19/04/2016

For 1 to 5 th grade it should be 2000 per month n higher classes 3k-4k per month

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Rakesh replied | 26/05/2016

Try to impart education free of cost. Rather give them incentives.

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Rahul 10/04/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, Science(Class VI-VIII Tuition), Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Physics(Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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A. replied | 05/05/2016

Simply-supported beam
Continuous beam
semi-continuous beam
Cantilever beam

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Deepika replied | 27/09/2016

Beam is a structural member that supports the transverse load which usually rest on supports at its end. Girder -- is the term applied to a beam that supports one or smaller beam.
Beams are classified as:
a} Simple Beam
b) Continuous Beam
c) Semi-Continuous Beam
Simple Beam: Refers to the beam having a single span supported at its end without a restraint...  more»
Beam is a structural member that supports the transverse load which usually rest on supports at its end. Girder – is the term applied to a beam that supports one or smaller beam.
Beams are classified as:
a} Simple Beam
b) Continuous Beam
c) Semi-Continuous Beam
Simple Beam: Refers to the beam having a single span supported at its end without a restraint at the support. A Simple beam is sometimes called as simply supported beam. Restraint means a rigid connection or anchorage at the support.
Continuous Beam: It is a beam that rests on more than two supports.
Semi-Continuous Beam: – Refers to a beam with two spans with or without restraint at the two extreme ends.
Cantilever Beam:-Is supported on one end and the other end projecting ‘beyond the support or wall.
T – Beam: -When floor slabs and beams. are poured simultaneously producing a monolithic structure where the portion of the slab at both sides of the beam serves as flanges of the T-Beam. The beam below the slab serves as the web member and is sometimes called stem. «less

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Ashutosh 05/04/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Aishwarya replied | 27/04/2016

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Rajendran replied | 04/05/2016

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S.n.s replied | 04/05/2016

3000-4500

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Pooja replied | 11 Apr

Rs. 2500 monthly.

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Bhupender replied | 14/04/2016

Let the 3 no. s be x-2,x,x+2 then their sum is
3x=108
x=36
So no.s are 34,36,38

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Deepika replied | 27 Apr

Three consecutive even integers can be represented by x, x+2, x+4. The sum is 3x+6, which is equal to 108. Thus, 3x+6=108.
So, x=34, x+2 = 36, x+4= 38 =108.

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Divyansh 27/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, Mathematics(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

Solve 1 2/5 + 4/15
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Kavitha replied | 13/09/2016

1*5=5+2=7. therefore fraction is 7/5.to make denominator equal. multiplyN and D by 3. it gives 21/15. 21/15+4/15=25/15. On simplification 5/3

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Pooja replied | 16 Apr

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Anju 27/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, English(Class VI-VIII Tuition)

What is the best way to achieve success?

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Neel replied | 09/04/2016

Prepare a Goal & Passionately work on them. On the way you'll see failure too but learn from it and keep going

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Pooja replied | 16 Apr

Plan it and work it.

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Piyush replied | 05/04/2016

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Veenitkumar replied | 10/04/2016

14/3

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Mamata replied | 06/05/2016

Let the number be x
4/5 x = 3/4 x + 4
=>(1/20 )x = 4
=> x = 80

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Dinesh Singh Bisht replied | 17/05/2016

let be the number is x
then the equation is= 4/5*x=3/4*x+4
4/5x-3/4x=4 ( we transfer the '3/4x' from RHS to LHS. )
=> we take the LCM of the denominators which comes after = 16x-15x/20=4
=> x/20=4
=> x=4*20 ( use cross multiplication)
=> x=80

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Shelly replied | 23/12/2016

4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14.

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Rajendran replied | 30/12/2016

90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96 are the consecutive composite numbers less than 100 such that there is no prime number between them.

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Manish replied | 04/05/2016

146,164,416,461,614,641

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Priya replied | 04/05/2016

146,164,416,461'614'641

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Bhavna replied | 27/04/2016

thirty five lakh ten thousand six hundred thirty two

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Prema replied | 01/07/2016

thirty five lakh ten thousand six hundred thirty two

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Ritu 25/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

just add the 2 cosiquetive digits if the final digit is divisible by 11 than the no will alsi be divisible by 11

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Parmeshwar replied | 15/04/2016

The difference between the sum of alternate digits is divisible or 0 then that number is completely divisible by 11
Ex. 1001
1+0=1. And 0+1=1
So, 1-1=O
1001 is divisible by 11

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Nagasanthoshi 25/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Jyoti replied | 01/04/2016

5- 50,000
5- 5
50,000+5 = 50,005

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Mamata replied | 06/05/2016

50000 +5 = 50,005

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Subhashri replied | 26/04/2016

Pneumonia

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Sneha replied | 27/04/2016

Cell...... switch.....bulb......conductor..... cell. Is the series

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Shubham 25/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Nishant replied | 03/06/2016

Synthetic fibres are man-made fibres and not natural fibres and are made from a process called polymerization. This is a chemical process of joining monomers into polymers. It involves bonding of hydrogen and carbon.

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Nishant replied | 04/06/2016

Synthetic fibres are used for making clothes and many other useful things. They may be entirely synthetic or semi-synthetic. Semisynthetic fibres, like rayons, are made by using natural polymers as the starting material. Purely synthetic fibres, on the other hand, are made from chemicals. Polyestars, nylons, and acrylics are purely synthetic fibres. Rayon or artificial silk is a...  more»
Synthetic fibres are used for making clothes and many other useful things. They may be entirely synthetic or semi-synthetic. Semisynthetic fibres, like rayons, are made by using natural polymers as the starting material. Purely synthetic fibres, on the other hand, are made from chemicals. Polyestars, nylons, and acrylics are purely synthetic fibres. Rayon or artificial silk is a man-made fibre obtained from a natural source called wood pulp. It can be dyed in a wide variety of colours.- Nishant Bhatt «less

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Mridulika 25/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Nishant replied | 04/06/2016

Various types of synthetic fibres are rayon, nylon, polyester, acrylic, olefin, latex, teflon etc.

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Akash replied | 05/06/2016

Nylon
Polyester
Acrylic

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Rasneet 24/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Afsana replied | 14/04/2016

PLANTS CAN NOT CONSUME FREE OR ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN FOR THE GROWTH AND OTHER BIOLOGICAL PROCESS.SO IT HAD TO TAKE DISSOLVED NITROGEN BY CONVERTING FREE NITROGEN INTO AMMONIA OR AMMONIUM SALTS WITH THE HELP OF MICRO ORGANISM BY A PROCESS CALLED NITROGEN FIXATION

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Preeti replied | 01/07/2016

Nitogen Fixation is a process in which nitrogen in the atmosphere is converted into ammonia.This atmospheric nitrogen does not easily combine with any other chemicals to form new compounds. So, the fixation process freeze nitrogen atoms from their triply bonded diatomic form. :)

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Muskan 24/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Navneet replied | 15/04/2016

Weeding is the process to remove out the weeds. Weeds are unwantedvplants which grown along the useful crops. Weeding is required because weeds are competitive plants as they reduce the useful crop yield by acquiring space, fertilizers and nutrients from the soil.

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Shubham replied | 05 Feb

In weeding the unwanted plants are grown in crop field are called as weeding. It is required because unwanted plants harm our crops.

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