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Lesson Posted on 12 Sep CBSE/Class 8/Maths/Linear Equation in one variable

Linear Equations in One Variable.

Tapas Dey

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Q. Sum of two numbers is 95. If one exceeds the other by 15, find the numbers. Ans: Let One number be X. Therefore , the other number will be X+15. According to the question, X+X+15= 95 or, 2X+15=95 or, 2X=(95-15) or, 2X= 80 or, X= 40 So one number is 40. And the another number is (40+15)=55... read more

Q. Sum of two numbers is 95. If one exceeds the other by 15, find the numbers.

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Let One number be X. Therefore , the other number will be X+15.

According to the question,

X+X+15= 95

or, 2X+15=95

or, 2X=(95-15)

or, 2X= 80

or, X= 40

So one number is 40. And the another number is (40+15)=55.

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Lesson Posted on 13 Jun CBSE/Class 8/Science

Flower.

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Flower is the reproductive organ of a plant. A flower may be a monoecious or dioecious, depending on whether the flower has either male or female organ or both the organs respectively. The female organ is known as the Gynaecium and the male organ is known as the Androecium. The female organ consists... read more

Flower is the reproductive organ of a plant. A flower may be a monoecious or dioecious, depending on whether the flower has either male or female organ or both the organs respectively. The female organ is known as the Gynaecium and the male organ is known as the Androecium. The female organ consists of the carpel, style and the stigma. The male organ includes stamens and anthers. The carpel is oval shaped and  contains the ovary,which further consists of the female gametes. The style is a stalk-like structure, which helps in transporting the pollen grains landed on the stigma to reach the ovules. The stamen is again a feathery stalk-like structure which holds the anther or box-like structure. Anthers contains the pollem grains or the male gametes,inside the pollen sacs. Most flowers are bright and showy and give nectar and sweet smell to attract insects for pollination. In return of the honey,the insects spread the pollen grains. The transfer of pollen grains from the anther of a flower to the stigma of another flower is known as pollination. Pollination can be of two types:Self and Cross. Self pollination occurs either between the anther and stigma of the same flower or of a different flower on the same plant. Cross Pollination occurs between the stigma of one flower and anther of another flower on 2 different plants. Pollination can occur in insects, wind, water, and animals and can take place both by naturally and by artificial means. Natural Pollination can occur only between the plants which are genetically similar to each other. The fusion of male gametes and female gametes is known as sexual reproduction.

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Lesson Posted on 11 Jun CBSE/Class 8/Science/Friction

Chemistry In daily Life. Know your body Scientifically

Mansi Arora

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Asked on 30 May CBSE/Class 8

what is euglena?

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Important Chapter Notes From Matter

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Introduction: Anything that occupies space and has mass is called matter. Matter can be divided into two types. Pure substance: It consists of single types of particles which are identical and same characteristics. Mixtures: Mixture contains two or more different kind of particles or atoms. The... read more

Introduction:

Anything that occupies space and has mass is called matter. Matter can be divided into two types.

  1. Pure substance: It consists of single types of particles which are identical and same characteristics.
  2. Mixtures: Mixture contains two or more different kind of particles or atoms. The particles show their individual characteristics.

Mixtures are of two types.

  • Homogeneous mixtures: A mixture is said to be Homogeneous if all the particles in the mixture are mixed properly, and they cannot be separated by the simple physical process.
  • Heterogeneous mixtures: A mixture is said to be Heterogeneous if all the components of the mixture are not uniformly mixed and they can be separated easily.

What are solution and solubility?

A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances.

The amount of solute present in a saturated solution at a given temperature is known as solubility.

On which factors does the solubility depend on?

  • Effect of temperature on solubility: For solid solute in liquid if the temperature increases solubility also increases. For gas solute in liquid if the temperature increases solubility decreases.
  • Effect of pressure on solubility: Pressure has no effect on solid solute in liquid. But for the gas solute in liquid solubility increases if pressure increases. This principle is applied in the packaging of cold drinks.
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Lesson Posted on 17 May CBSE/Class 8/Science/Materials: Metals and Non Metals

Chemistry in Everyday Life

Mansi Arora

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