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Rajendran replied | 08 Jun

A historical, religious, or other record cut, impressed, painted, or written on stone, brick, metal, or other hard
surface. There are many inscriptions found in various monuments which tells us about the period, person etc. for example Thanjavur temple has many inscriptions. We can know about the temple, The king Raja raja cholaa and various informations about his province etc.

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Neera replied | 08 Jun

Inscriptions are the information written on the stones, pillars and other metals.

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Harshitha 20 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Nikita replied | 13 May

Though obviously historical in its perspectives, Prehistory and Protohistory is essentially a part of cultural studies. It draws upon material remains (finds and findings) to investigate the environment and the economic and social structures in which the early humans lived their lives. To the extent that relevant material evidence has survived, it also looks at art, customs and...  more»
Though obviously historical in its perspectives, Prehistory and Protohistory is essentially a part of cultural studies. It draws upon material remains (finds and findings) to investigate the environment and the economic and social structures in which the early humans lived their lives. To the extent that relevant material evidence has survived, it also looks at art, customs and religion. Accordingly, its aim is to analyse and reconstruct culture-historical connections and developments operative in times and places prior to those for which written records have come down to us. «less

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Aditi Dash replied | 21 May

You can very well decipher the meaning of Pre-history from the key word 'pre' which stands for before. So, basically its a term to denote the period before history was written and so in that case dinosaurs can be taken to be the Pre-historic animals. Coming to Proto-history, to simplify it can be considered as the writings of the first history men. A time period between Pre-history...  more»
You can very well decipher the meaning of Pre-history from the key word 'pre' which stands for before. So, basically its a term to denote the period before history was written and so in that case dinosaurs can be taken to be the Pre-historic animals. Coming to Proto-history, to simplify it can be considered as the writings of the first history men. A time period between Pre-history and history marking the discovery of certain forms writings by some cultures while a particular culture or civilization remains completely unaware of its existence. «less

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Latha 19 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Noor replied | 20 Mar

The universe has many galaxies. A galaxy is a system of millions of stars (among other things) that are held together by gravitational attraction, or simply, it is a group of stars. The Milky Way is one such Galaxy and is so famous because it is the Galaxy which contains our Earth, our solar system. So, the stars we see in the night sky are all part of this galaxy.

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Akash replied | 21 Mar

It is a galaxy and our solar system is the part of this galaxy.

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Swathi 19 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Pavan replied | 17 Jun

in order to further our understandingof the effects of soil texture on the reniform cotton relationship

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Sagarkumar replied | 22 Jun

Loamy soil, a relatively even mix of sand, silt and clay, feels fine-textured and slightly damp. It has ideal characteristics for gardening, lawns and shrubs. Loamy soil has great structure, adequate drainage, is moisture retaining, full of nutrients, easily cultivated and it warms up quickly in spring, but doesn't dry out quickly in summer. Loamy soils require replenishing with...  more»
Loamy soil, a relatively even mix of sand, silt and clay, feels fine-textured and slightly damp. It has ideal characteristics for gardening, lawns and shrubs. Loamy soil has great structure, adequate drainage, is moisture retaining, full of nutrients, easily cultivated and it warms up quickly in spring, but doesn't dry out quickly in summer. Loamy soils require replenishing with organic matter regularly, and tend to be acidic.

Great for: Climbers. bamboos, perennials, shrubs and tubers such as Wisteria, Dog’s-tooth violets, Black Bamboo, Rubus, Delphinium. Most vegetable crops and berry crops will do well since loamy soil can be the most productive of soil types. However, loamy soil requires careful management to prevent depletion and drying out. Rotating crops, planting green manure crops, using mulches and adding compost and organic nutrients is essential to retain soil vitality. «less

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Arun 19 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Medha replied | 20 Mar

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Satish replied | 31 May

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Zeeshan 18 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Daarain replied | 25 Jun

Soil pollution as part of land degradation is caused by the presence of xenobiotic (human-made) chemicals or other alteration in the natural soil environment. It is typically caused by industrial activity, agricultural chemicals, or improper disposal of waste.

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Deepika replied | 01 Oct

Soil contamination or soil pollution as part of land degradation is caused by the presence of xenobiotic (human-made) chemicals or other alteration in the natural soil environment.
It is typically caused by industrial activity, agricultural chemicals, or improper disposal of waste.

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Rajendran replied | 01 Jun

soil pollution can be prevented by
1. Cultivation by natural fertilisers and not using the toxic pesticides and artificial fertilisers.
2. avoid dumping of industrial waste, acidic precipitates etc in to the soil.
3. avoid using detergents.
4. high concentrations of lead, arsenic, nickel, cobalt, and cadmium should be avoided.
5. planting more trees

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Anuya replied | 01 Jun

soil pollution can be prevented by planting trees n preventing soil from getting infertile

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Arpit replied | 19 Mar

This is due to the evolution of carbon dioxide gas.
Acetic acid + Baking soda --> CO2 + H2O + Extra

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Jyoti replied | 20 Mar

because carbon dioxide is released

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Durgesh 17 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Deepti replied | 17 Mar

Autotrophs are organisms which depend on plants

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Abhijeet replied | 18 Mar

The organisms which produce food for other orgnisms in an ecosystm are known as autotrophs..

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Mrinal Kanti 17 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Fahad replied | 18 Mar

Rust in general is used for the oxidizing of Fe(2+) to Fe(3+),here the iron is oxidize and thus rusting occurs.Rusting can be in any of the alloy of iron or other

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Kavita replied | 18 Mar

a reddish- or yellowish-brown flaking coating of iron oxide that is formed on iron or steel by oxidation, especially in the presence of moisture.

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Wren 17 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Abhijeet replied | 18 Mar

The soil's ability to retain water is strongly related to particle size.Clay soil has small, fine particles, which is why it retains the most amount of water. Sand, with its larger particles and low nutritional content, retains the least amount of water, although it is easily replenished with water. Silt and loam, with medium-size particles, retain a moderate amount of water.

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Jyoti replied | 18 Mar

Clay soil

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Orange 17 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ashish replied | 24 May

Since bile increases the absorption of fats, it is an important part of the absorption of the fat-soluble substances, such as the vitamins A, D, E, and K. Besides its digestive function, bile serves also as the route of excretion for bilirubin, a byproduct of red blood cells recycled by the liver.

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Anshul replied | 26 May

Bile basically contains bile acid, It has 2 main functions a. It helps in digestion and absorption of fats and b. It helps in eliminationg few waste produ ts from the body

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Pooja 17 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition, Teacher Training

Hi I am a graduate with 5-6 experience in Kolkata. I was a tutor for all classes from Class V to VIII all subjects and class IX and X only english. Is it possible for me to start a career in tuitions here in Bangalore? I stay in electronic city. How can i set up and publicise and How much should I charge?

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Neel replied | 23 Mar

Post your profile in Urbanpro & start. Rates depends on which class, how many subjects & # of hours

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J.k.kavyadharshini 16 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Arunima replied | 17 Mar

absorption is a physical or chemical phenomenon or a process in which atoms, molecules or ions enter some bulk phase -- gas, liquid or solid material.
two types 1 Physical absorption 2.Chemical absorption
If absorption is a physical process not accompanied by any other physical or chemical process, it usually follows the Nernst distribution law:

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absorption is a physical or chemical phenomenon or a process in which atoms, molecules or ions enter some bulk phase – gas, liquid or solid material.
two types 1 Physical absorption 2.Chemical absorption
If absorption is a physical process not accompanied by any other physical or chemical process, it usually follows the Nernst distribution law:

"the ratio of concentrations of some solute species in two bulk phases in contact is constant for a given solute and bulk phases":
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Kavita replied | 18 Mar

the process by which one thing absorbs or is absorbed by another.

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Jagadeesh 16 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ramadevi replied | 29 Jun

intestinal juices contains enzymes that breaks down the proteins to peptiles

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Deepika replied | 01 Oct

Colipase is necessary, along with bile salts, to enable lipase function. Intestinal juice also contains hormones, digestive enzymes, mucus, substances to neutralize hydrochloric acid coming from the stomach and erepsin which further digests polypeptides into amino acids, completing protein digestion.

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Dilpreet 15 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Chandrakala replied | 17 Mar

cyanobacteria

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Gyanendra replied | 13 Apr

cyanobacteria

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Mang 15 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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M replied | 16 Mar

Liver largest gland and pineal smallest

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Chandrakala replied | 17 Mar

Liver

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Arunima 15 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Sushil replied | 22 Apr

Yeah! This is the organ which works involuntarily ,without our conrol. It circulates the oxygenated blood by pumping it forcibly. It is also the factor for Low & High blood pressure of people...

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Shaily replied | 26 Apr

The heart is a hollow, cone-shaped muscle that's about the size of an adult fist and usually found to the left of our breastbone.
The heart is the most important organ in our body. It is basically a complex pump, responsible for circulating blood, oxygen and nutrients around the body.

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Geetanjali 15 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ganeshprasad replied | 15 Mar

No enzymes present

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Jyoti replied | 16 Mar

Humans can not digest cellulose bcz human body do not secrete cellulase,an enzyme which is necessary for the breakdown of cellulose into simpler compounds

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Vijaya 15 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Chetan replied | 15 Mar

Wind currents occur due to
(a) uneven heating between the regions near the equator and the poles and the rotation of the earth and
(b) uneven heating of land and water in coastal areas.
The equatorial and tropical regions get hotter than the polar regions as they get maximum heat from the sun. The warm air at the equator rises, and the cold air moves in from the...  more»
Wind currents occur due to
(a) uneven heating between the regions near the equator and the poles and the rotation of the earth and
(b) uneven heating of land and water in coastal areas.
The equatorial and tropical regions get hotter than the polar regions as they get maximum heat from the sun. The warm air at the equator rises, and the cold air moves in from the polar regions. The air moves due to uneven heating of the earth’s surface between the equator and poles, which results in the circulation of wind across the globe. But the wind flow is not in the exact north-south direction because a change in direction is caused by the rotation of the earth. «less

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Chandrakala replied | 17 Mar

Wind currents form when air rushes from a high pressure cell to an area of lower pressure. Example: air rushing out of a puncture in a car tire).

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Dr Souvik replied | 16 Jun

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Sanjana replied | 29 Jun

Sir 1300 per subject per month

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Dr. Anshu 11 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Rakesh replied | 26 May

Mercury

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Anuya replied | 27 May

MERCURY

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Balaji 12 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

What is solar penumbra eclipse?

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Deepika replied | 27 Sep

A total solar eclipse occurs when the Earth intersects the umbra portion of the Moon's shadow. When the umbra does not reach the surface of the Earth, the Sun is only partially occulted, resulting in an annular eclipse. Partial solar eclipses occur when the viewer is inside the penumbra.

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Dr. Anshu 11 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Vijay replied | 31 May

Group of stars forming particular shape

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Ramswroop replied | 01 Jun

A group of start forming a recognized pattern of psychology

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Dr. Anshu 11 Mar in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Mahendra replied | 02 Apr

in our enviroment inner planet- mercury, venus, earth, mars. outer planet- jupiter, uranus neptune

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Ramanjaneya replied | 04 Apr

Inner planets are mercury,venus,earth,mars
outer planets are Jupiter,Saturn,Neptune,Uranus

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