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Suman 24 Mar in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Ajmal replied | 2 days ago

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Ajeet replied | 11 hrs ago

Zero.

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Rajendra 11 Apr in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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B.Prashanth replied | 15 hrs ago

sin90 = 0
sec180 = -1.
by substitutingthe above values in = sin90 + sec180 => 1 + (-1) = 1 - 1 = 0.

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Maaz replied | 11 hrs ago

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Phoenix Ed replied | 1 day ago

Rs. 800 per hour.

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Ajeet replied | 11 hrs ago

Minimum Rs. 1000 per month.

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Mona Coaching Classes replied | 2 days ago

Rs. 10000 per year.

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Tajinder replied | 14 hrs ago

Rs. 2500 for group and Rs. 6000 to 7000 for home tuition.

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Rajendra 4 days ago in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Maaz replied | 12 hrs ago

(Sin4X/4)- (Cos3X/3).

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Pramit replied | 12 hrs ago

-(cos 3x/3)+sin 4x/4+C

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Anshul replied | 3 days ago

Rs. 800 per month or Rs. 9000 per year.

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Mona Coaching Classes replied | 2 days ago

Rs 2500/ month.

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Harshada 15 Mar in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Physical Education(Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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Pailla replied | 12 Apr

To get through your medical exam, you need to have a good understanding of all the topics in all subjects. In Biology, 60 percent of the things are facts which you need to remember and the rest 40 percent, say for example genetics and all is application. In physics and chemistry, there are few things which you need to mug up, but most part is application of facts. So, in any subject,...  more»
To get through your medical exam, you need to have a good understanding of all the topics in all subjects. In Biology, 60 percent of the things are facts which you need to remember and the rest 40 percent, say for example genetics and all is application. In physics and chemistry, there are few things which you need to mug up, but most part is application of facts. So, in any subject, remember facts and get a clear understanding of the topic, so that you can apply that to solve any given question. Regular practice of model papers and analysis of the results after test is very important. Find out the mistakes and try not to repeat in the next test. Keeping these things in mind, you can plan your schedule for each subject and each topic. «less

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Tejas Academy Centre replied | 13 Apr

Here are 5 powerful study tips for medical entrance test preparations:
Managing your time. It goes without saying that any challenging exam needs you to focus on optimum time management. Scheduling your priorities is essential as this is the only way you can remain on track as you prepare for the most important exam of your life. You must realise that each second of your life...  more»
Here are 5 powerful study tips for medical entrance test preparations:
Managing your time. It goes without saying that any challenging exam needs you to focus on optimum time management. Scheduling your priorities is essential as this is the only way you can remain on track as you prepare for the most important exam of your life. You must realise that each second of your life matters while you prepare for your medical entrance exams as any reputed medical entrance test coaching center in India will tell you.
No studying from suggestion notes. When you clear the medical exam and study in a medical school, you are basically prepared to handle the lives of other human beings. This makes it a strong reason for you to study well and get your basics right. Like entrance exams in other fields, there are no shortcuts here. All India Medical Entrances expect students to thoroughly revise NCERT text books of biology and chemistry in order to grasp the basics.
Previous test papers will give you a strong clue. As far as the paper pattern goes, there is no significant change every year. By solving test papers of earlier years, you can get a clear idea about the pattern to expect. Also, it is necessary to know how to identify changing trends in the past and prepare accordingly.
Eliminating fear and stress is the first step to success. One of the major prerequisites for medical entrance test preparations is to completely eliminate fear as this is a major obstacle. With the help of techniques such as meditation and yoga, you should face your fears and continue practicing topics you are not confident about.
Anxiety will take you nowhere. Even if you are the brightest student writing the medical entrance that year, you may not succeed if you suffer from anxiety. It takes but some minor adjustments in your outlook to convert anxiety into excitement and positive thinking. Eliminating nervousness and anxiety will also help you focus clearly during your medical entrance test preparation. «less

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Suman 07 Mar in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Manikanda Rajan replied | 10 Apr

Learn all the basic formula required and solve by starting with a graph diagram, solve a problem and note down the unknown formula or steps which is not familiar to you, learn it before you solving next calculus answer. Sure it will help you to solve the same question or same type of question quickly and your understandable capability increases.

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Pramit replied | 2 days ago

Calculus is a vast and important field of Mathematics.The question should be presice.

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Yamini 3 days ago in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Mohammad replied | 10 hrs ago

3 cos3x - 4 sin4x.

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Ashwin replied | 10 hrs ago

Let's break this down so that you have a full solution instead of just an answer.
We will make use of the two elementary trigonometric identities.
d(sin(x))/dx = cos(x)
d(cos(x))/dx = -sin(x)
From the chain rule we know that d(f(kx))/dx = kdf(kx)/dx for a constant multiple k. To take a simple example, if we had f(x) = x^{2}; and took k= 2
d(2x^{2})/dx = 2d(x^{2})/dx...  more»
Let's break this down so that you have a full solution instead of just an answer.
We will make use of the two elementary trigonometric identities.
d(sin(x))/dx = cos(x)
d(cos(x))/dx = -sin(x)
From the chain rule we know that d(f(kx))/dx = kdf(kx)/dx for a constant multiple k. To take a simple example, if we had f(x) = x^{2}; and took k= 2
d(2x^{2})/dx = 2d(x^{2})/dx = 2 x 2x = 4x.
So we have d(sin3x)/dx = 3d(sin3x)/dx = 3 cos(3x)
d(cos4x)/dx = 4d(cos(4x))/dx = -4sin(4x)
The overall answer then, as many of other replies rightly conclude, is
3cos3x-4sin4x. «less

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Sandhya 3 days ago in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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S. replied | 10 hrs ago

Grammar and vocabulary should be practised regularly.

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B replied | 10 hrs ago

If it is for you to learn the language for communication, just speak in English daily whether it is right or wrong, and don't feel shy while speaking. Gradually you will improve your language.
if it is for your exam, study well.

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Varun 2 days ago in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

What is the minimum fee for Informatics Practices coaching in Jaipur and also online? Please tell daily and monthly both

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Prashanth replied | 11 hrs ago

Rs. 1000 per hour.

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Akhilesh replied | 11 hrs ago

Rs. 500 - 600 per hour.

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Puremba 28 Feb in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Biology(Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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Tejas Academy Centre replied | 08 Apr

Rs. 2500/- per month.

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Pooja replied | 10 Apr

Rs. 500 for per hour.

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Suman 25 Feb in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Nivedita replied | 27 Mar

-(1/3)cos 3x+ (1/5) sin 5x + C ,where C is integrating constant

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Plausible Education replied | 28 Mar

(-Cos3x)/3 + (Sin5x)/5 + C.

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Lokesh replied | 31 Mar

No, not a all.

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Pooja replied | 08 Apr

No

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Eti replied | 26 Mar

Rs. 600-700 per hour depend upon location and teacher.

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Shikha replied | 27 Mar

Rs. 400 per hr.

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Nayanjain replied | 26 Mar

Yes.

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Katakam Vinay Raj replied | 06 Apr

It will be home tutors will charge Rs. 400 to 1000 per hour. It depends upon subject, student knowledge and locality.

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Bhagwat 28 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Mathematics(Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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T Venkatesan replied | 03 Mar

Matrix is a rectangular array of numbers or symbols or expressions are arranged in rows and columns.

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Nazneen replied | 15 Mar

Matrix is a rectangular array of numbers or symbols or expressions when arranged in rows and columns.

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Sandeep 25 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Pancham replied | 25 Feb

Rather than bachelor or master you go for B.SC than M.SC just because you got masters in any subjects choose only B.tech if you are deeply attracted with machines, electronics or some other buildings just to catch you dreams.

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Srilekha replied | 01 Mar

Apart from engineering you have lot other options like integrated masters or bachelors sciences ( institutes like IISER, NISER, central universities etc), mathematics (cmi etc.), CS, CA, mass communication ( example RJ DJ, film maker or courses like that).
If you have interest and want to try something new then you can try for things like fashion designing, hotel management etc.

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Reshma 25 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Srilekha replied | 01 Mar

Options like Agricultural study, biotechnology, computational biology, medicine, dental, forensics, research
oriented study, Nutrition study.

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Mallikarjuna replied | 10 Mar

There are a lot of branches for a Biology student to go for. A more are given earlier.
The first and foremost will be M.B.B.S. If a candidate is desired to go in this field then She must write AIIMS, AFMC, JIPMER to enter into premier institutes. In this ladder the next option goes to BAMS,BHMS,BUMS and Medical certification diplomas etc. One of the better option will be BVSc...  more»
There are a lot of branches for a Biology student to go for. A more are given earlier.
The first and foremost will be M.B.B.S. If a candidate is desired to go in this field then She must write AIIMS, AFMC, JIPMER to enter into premier institutes. In this ladder the next option goes to BAMS,BHMS,BUMS and Medical certification diplomas etc. One of the better option will be BVSc if the above are not possible. Life sciences is one of the branch which may lead to different opportunists in Pharma/Research Labs/Govt jobs. Depending upon the candidate interest she has to choose the right path so that will be more satisfied. «less

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Bimal 25 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Ramandeep replied | 22 Feb

Mostly Students have preferred B.Tech after 12th PCM. But there are many other options open for you guys like Indian Army 10+2, CLAT for doing Law, Merchant Navy. So it depends up to you which stream that you are going for.

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Arpita replied | 23 Feb

B.Tech/BE/BSc(Honours)/BCA.

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Suman 20 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Shashi replied | 17 Feb

Substitution method
Integration by part

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Cherry replied | 17 Feb

Lap, log, double integral, expo.

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Suman 20 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Kumaresh replied | 17 Feb

Sin(4x) + cos(4x) = Sin(2*2x) + cos(2*2x) = 2sin(2x)cos(2x) + ((2cos(2x))^2)-1 = 2(2sin(x)cos(x))((2cosx)^2-1) +
(((2*2*(cosx^2)-1)^2)-1)

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Vijay replied | 18 Feb

-1.

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Nageswararao.v replied | 07 Feb

Go to bed early and wake up night 11 and practice maths fist half an hour and read any other subjects try like this at least 3 days.

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Monika replied | 06 Mar

Try reading your books differently (considering or linking the concepts to your life as the subjects are not merely introduced to get marks but to help you understanding your surroundings and how do they work) or contact a person who knows your pattern of learning and probably will help you get interest.

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Bitu 04 Jan in  Basic Mechanical Engineering(BTech Tuition), Class IX-X Tuition, Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), More... Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes Physics(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes)

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Subhadeep replied | 01 Feb

Ice has a crystal lattice structure with the molecules arranged 90 or 180 degrees to one another. So there is minimal hydrogen bonding. These are key words you have to mention in your answer. Liquid water permits more hydrogen bonding and the cohesive action of these forces cause greater density

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Dr. Basant replied | 23 Mar

Dear Bitu,
In Simple and easy words:-
1. As water is boiled, kinetic energy causes the hydrogen bonds to break completely and allows water molecules to escape into the air as gas (steam or water vapour).
2. When water freezes, water molecules form a crystalline structure maintained by hydrogen bonding.
3. Solid water, or ice, is less dense than liquid water.
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Dear Bitu,
In Simple and easy words:-
1. As water is boiled, kinetic energy causes the hydrogen bonds to break completely and allows water molecules to escape into the air as gas (steam or water vapour).
2. When water freezes, water molecules form a crystalline structure maintained by hydrogen bonding.
3. Solid water, or ice, is less dense than liquid water.
4. Ice is less dense than water because the orientation of hydrogen bonds causes molecules to push farther apart, which lowers the density.
5.For other liquids, solidification when the temperature drops includes the lowering of kinetic energy, which allows molecules to pack more tightly and makes the solid denser than its liquid form.
6.Hydrogen bonding makes ice less dense than liquid water. The lattice structure of ice makes it less dense than the freely flowing molecules of liquid water, enabling it to float on water.

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Avishek replied | 04 Feb

Actually speed is the distance per unit time where as velocity is the displacement per unit time. As the distance implies only magnitude hence it is a scalar quantity and so speed is a scalar quantity where as displacement is a vector quantity as if it has both magnitude and direction and hence velocity is a vector quantity. Again one thing to be remembered that distance and displacement...  more»
Actually speed is the distance per unit time where as velocity is the displacement per unit time. As the distance implies only magnitude hence it is a scalar quantity and so speed is a scalar quantity where as displacement is a vector quantity as if it has both magnitude and direction and hence velocity is a vector quantity. Again one thing to be remembered that distance and displacement are not exactly same there is a slight difference between them and which makes them a completely different physical quantities. Displacement is the distance between the initial and final position of a traversed body it may be even zero but distance will never be zero.
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Suwathi replied | 06 Feb

Speed is distance per unit time velocity is displacement per unit time.
Distance is the total path travelled by the object and displacement is the shortest distance between the initial and final position. Distance varies for different paths taken between the same 2 points but displacement always remains the same. Also distance, speed, temperature, etc are scalar quantities they...  more»
Speed is distance per unit time velocity is displacement per unit time.
Distance is the total path travelled by the object and displacement is the shortest distance between the initial and final position. Distance varies for different paths taken between the same 2 points but displacement always remains the same. Also distance, speed, temperature, etc are scalar quantities they have only magnitude but velocity, force, displacement, etc are vector quantities they have both magnitude and direction. «less

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