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Lesson Posted on 26/07/2021 Learn Class VI-VIII Tuition +6 Class 6 Tuition Class 7 Tuition Class 8 Class 9 Class 10 Sanskrit Language

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लट् लकार: (present tense )
  एकवचनम् द्विवचनम् बहुवचनम्
प्रथमपुरुष: अस्ति स्तः सन्ति
मध्‍यमपुरुष: असि स्थः स्थ
उत्‍तमपुरुष: अस्मि स्वः स्मः

लृट् लकार: (futere tense )
  एकवचनम् द्विवचनम् बहुवचनम्
प्रथमपुरुष: भविष्यति भविष्यतः भविष्यन्ति
मध्‍यमपुरुष: भविष्यसि भविष्यथः भविष्यथ
उत्‍तमपुरुष: भविष्यामि भविष्यावः भविष्यामः
 
लड्. लकार: (past tense )
  एकवचनम् द्विवचनम् बहुवचनम्
प्रथमपुरुष: आसीत् आस्ताम् आसन्
मध्‍यमपुरुष: आसीः आस्तम् आस्त
उत्‍तमपुरुष: आसम् आस्व आस्म
 
लोट् लकार: ( order and request)
  एकवचनम् द्विवचनम् बहुवचनम्
प्रथमपुरुष: अस्तु स्ताम् सन्तु
मध्‍यमपुरुष: एधि स्तम् स्त
उत्‍तमपुरुष: असानि असाव असाम
 
विधिलिड्. लकार: (invitation , prayer, possibility )
  एकवचनम् द्विवचनम् बहुवचनम्
प्रथमपुरुष: स्यात् स्याताम् स्युः
मध्‍यमपुरुष: स्याः स्यातम् स्यात
उत्‍तमपुरुष: स्याम् स्याव स्याम
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Lesson Posted on 25/01/2017 Learn Class VI-VIII Tuition +1 Class IX-X Tuition

Formation of methane molecule (CH4 )

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Methane (CH4 ) is a covalent compound containing covalent bonds. Carbon atom has atomic number 6. Its electronic configuration is 2,4. It has four electrons in its valence shell and needs 4 more electrons to get the stable noble gas configuration. Hydrogen atom has one electron and needs one more electron... read more

Methane (CH4 ) is a covalent compound containing covalent bonds. Carbon atom has atomic number 6. Its electronic configuration is 2,4. It has four electrons in its valence shell and needs 4 more electrons to get the stable noble gas configuration. Hydrogen atom has one electron and needs one more electron to get stable electronic configuration of nearest noble bas, helium. Therefore, one atom of carbon shares its four electrons with four atoms of hydrogen to form four covalent bonds.

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Answered on 20/03/2020 Learn Class VI-VIII Tuition

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The surroundings around us that are interacting with life forms can be called as Environment. We can divide the Environment into two components (Physical and biological) and study it by its measurable characteristics which are called as the environmental factors; they are those which are physical or... read more

The surroundings around us that are interacting with life forms can be called as Environment. We can divide the Environment into two components (Physical and biological) and study it by its measurable characteristics which are called as the environmental factors; they are those which are physical or biological variables and are in one or the other way impacts the existence of life.

 

The environment is a balanced Energy flow pattern through the interdependence of various Components & their interaction and transformations; generally termed as Ecosystems.

The environment is divided into biotic and abiotic components

Biotic Components are Autotrophs(Producers) which includes Microbes, Phytoplankton: These harnesses the energy of inorganic substances by Photosynthesis or Chemosynthesis to convert into organic substances (Life Building Blocks)

Under autotrophs, it is further divided into Heterotrophs and decomposers

Primary Heterotrophs are Zooplankton, Small Fish, Prawns, Crabs, feeds on Autotrophs

Secondary Heterotrophs are Large Fishes, Seagulls, Sea Snakes, Turtles o Tertiary Heterotrophs: Sharks, Marine Mammals, Sea Eagles, Humans: consume other organisms for energy

Decomposers are Detritus bacteria: destroy debris, such as decaying leaves or dead animals; keep streams clean and clear by filtering and recycling nutrients

Abiotic Components are factors like Temperature, Precipitation, Geology, Soil, Sunlight, Water chemistry (minerals and salts).

 

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“Muscular” force is not a specific term. It is assumed that the question is meant as strength which is usually measured by the amount of weight a person can do in an aspecific exercise. Force, as one would know, is defined as Mass x Acceleration, so in a physics sense, someone who moves 200... read more

“Muscular” force is not a specific term. It is assumed that the question is meant as strength which is usually measured by the amount of weight a person can do in an aspecific exercise.

Force, as one would know, is defined as Mass x Acceleration, so in a physics sense, someone who moves 200 pounds faster than someone who is moving 250 pounds could potential be exerting more “force”.

In other words, the movement the only way we move is via muscles, examples would be the bicep curl your heartbeat, and your fingers are moving to type this question if you want to know which muscles let you do what, keep in mind that a muscle can only contract or shrink. They are all attached to your bones when they contract they pull your bones, and that’s how you move so think about where the muscle would have to be to move that bone by contracting.

 I hope this helps.

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Animal Rearing and farming
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Answered on 23/03/2020 Learn Class VI-VIII Tuition

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The unwanted plants that grow in-between crops are called weeds. The process of removal of such unwanted plants is called weeding. It has to be done 2-3 times in a week, and usually practised during the earlier stages of crop cultivation. The advantages of weeding are: The weeds compete with the... read more

The unwanted plants that grow in-between crops are called weeds. The process of removal of such unwanted plants is called weeding. It has to be done 2-3 times in a week, and usually practised during the earlier stages of crop cultivation. The advantages of weeding are:

 

  •  The weeds compete with the actual crop for space, nutrients and water. Hence, the removal of these unwanted plants provides an ample amount of nutrients and water to the crops. 
  • It increases the fertility of the soil.
  • A weeded crop will aid in better penetration of the sun and the wind beneath the soil and also reduces the humidity. 
  • Due to better penetration of the wind and the sun, it reduces the number of diseases caused by crops and also helps in controlling pests. 
  • It loosens the soil, which helps in the penetration of water to the roots of the cultivated plant.

 

Despite the advantages of weeding, it is advised to keep a few spots of these unwanted plants between the crops. This ill act as a refuge and will help in conserving the ecosystem. 

The growth of weed can be controlled or stopped by using chemicals like herbicides, mulch or can also be controlled mechanically.

 

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River valleys are most fertile region and the first human settlement were all done to do agriculture. The fertile soil in these regions were best suited for agriculture. Hence people first settled near river valleys.
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1 coulomb is equal to the charge transfer in a metal in one second while contantly 1A of current flows through it
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