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Answered 2 days ago Hobby/Summer Camp/Math & Science Hobby/Summer Camp

I am looking for a summer camp for two kids, a boy aged 12 years and a girl aged 13 Years, near Kasturi... read more

I am looking for a summer camp for two kids, a boy aged 12 years and a girl aged 13 Years, near Kasturi Nagar, Banaswadi, Bangalore. read less

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Answers 1 Comments Lesson Posted on 24 Feb Hobby/Summer Camp/Robotics & Technology Functional Training/Robotics

What Is Robotics And Why It's Important For Kids To Learn It?

Rocket Pathshala

At Rocket Pathshala we conduct technology-based education programs: 1. Robotics 2. Programming and...

What is Robotics? A robot is a mechanical device, that can be programmed to follow a set of instructions. We use lots of machines in our day to day lives. All these are nothing but robots. It is essential for everybody to understand mechanisms and functioning of these machines. Why should kids learn... read more

What is Robotics?

A robot is a mechanical device, that can be programmed to follow a set of instructions. We use lots of machines in our day to day lives. All these are nothing but robots. It is essential for everybody to understand mechanisms and functioning of these machines.

Why should kids learn robotics?

Robotics is a field where students can apply the theory they have learned in schools to practically build and implement machines/mechanisms. Its a perfect blend of theoretical knowledge and application of that knowledge in day to day lives.

Through Robotics one can learn Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology concepts. Robotics offers an opportunity to integrate technology into a curriculum in a way that students find it interesting.

It enhances Critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills. Student develops team working spirit.

In Robotics, students learn to program Robots and give them a set of accurate instructions to follow. This develops programming skills in the student which kids otherwise finds complicated and boring. Through Robotics they develop better programming skills. Students get to handles processor, sensors, motors, gears etc. All simple and complex mechanisms can be understood directly by implementing and having hands-on experience of same.

In robotics, as students can build, program and run a Robot develop by them; they find it fun and interesting. It builds positive competitiveness among kids as they participate in a range of national and international level Robotics competitions.

This technology knowledge that they get by self-experimenting is a lifetime asset for them.

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Comments Answered on 19 Feb Functional Training/Robotics Hobby/Summer Camp/Robotics & Technology

Rocket Pathshala

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Answers 5 Comments Asked on 03 Feb Functional Training/Robotics Hobby/Summer Camp/Robotics & Technology

How does ultrasonic sensor work with Arduino Board using Ardublock Programming?

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Lesson Posted on 03 Jan Hobby/Summer Camp/Math & Science Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Remember Reciprocals Of Numbers With Shortcuts

Rahul S

I am an experienced, qualified teacher and tutor with over 4 years of experience in teaching Maths ,...

Reciprocal of 1: 1 → 1 = 1.0 Easy no? Wait, it gets harder. Reciprocal of 2: 2 → ½ = 0.5 You should know this already. Reciprocal of 3 and 6: 3 → 1/3 = 0.33 Again, an easy number to remember. Remember this number for reciprocal of 6. 6 → 1/6 = 0.166 Just try to memorize... read more

Easy no? Wait, it gets harder.

You should know this already.

Again, an easy number to remember. Remember this number for reciprocal of 6.

6 → 1/6 = 0.166

Just try to memorize this, or half the reciprocal of 3.

Remember! 4 parts of 25 make a hundred!

If ½ is 0.5 then 1/5 is 0.2! Obviously!

Remember this sequence. How to do that?

Remember that this is for 7! So 2 Times 7 is 14. 2 Times 14 is 28. 2 Times 28 is 56, but we want to end it with a 7, so let’s make it 57. But it always forms a cycle.

1/7 = 0.142857 → starts with the smallest number in the sequence.

2/7 = 0.285714 → same cycle but starts with the second smallest number in the sequence.

3/7 = 0.428571 → same cycle but starts with the third smallest number in the sequence.

4/7 = 0.571428 → starts with the fourth smallest number in the sequence.

5/7 = 0.714285 → starts with the fifth smallest number in the sequence.

6/7 = 0.857142 → starts with the sixth smallest number in the sequence.

2/8 = ¼ = 0.25

3/8 = 3 × 1/8 = 0.375

4/8 = ½ = 0.5

5/8 = 4/8 + 1/8 = 0.5 + 0.125 = 0.625

6/8 = ¾ = 0.75

7/8 = 6/8 + 1/8 = 0.75 + 1.25 = 0.875

2/9 = 0.222222…

3/9 = 0.333333…

You get the picture… All the way up to:

8/9 = 0.888888…

Another sitter!

Observe that the reciprocal of 09 has a recurring 11. And the reciprocal of 11 has a recurring 09.

2/11 = 0.181818…

3/11 = 0.272727…

Just like with the reciprocal of 9 All the way up to:

10/11 = 0.909090…

Now learn to compound your fractions mentally.

Notice that there is a reversed 26 and a reversed 39 (both multiples of 13) in the fraction. Lastly, ½ of 13 = 6.5, which rounded off gives us 7. Don’t forget to add that extra 0 after the decimal point! So when we write the reciprocal of 13, let us start from the right.

__ → __ → __ → 9 → __ → 3

__ → __ → 6 → 9 → 2 → 3

__ → 7 → 6 → 9 → 2 → 3

0 → 7 → 6 → 9 → 2 → 3

And the sequence is back! With a modification!

1/14 = 0.07 142857 142857 → this time it begins with 07, followed by the sequence starting with the smallest digit.

2/14 = 1/7 = 0.14 285714 285714 → beginning with the 2nd multiple of 07, followed by the sequence starting with the 2nd smallest digit.

3/14 = 0.21 428571 428571 → beginning with the 3rd multiple of 07, followed by the sequence starting with the 3rd smallest digit.

4/14 = 2/7 = 0.28 571428 571428 → beginning with the 4th multiple of 07, followed by the sequence starting with the 4th smallest digit.

5/14 = 0.35 714285 714285 → beginning with the 5th multiple of 07, followed by the sequence starting with the 5th smallest digit.

6/14 = 0.42 857142 857142 → beginning with the 6th multiple of 07, followed by the sequence starting with the 6th smallest digit.

Don’t get frightened! Multiplication by 0.2 is not as terrifying as it seems! Just multiply the number by ‘2’ and add an extra ‘0’ after the decimal point!

1/15 = 0.066666…

Once again, you can apply cascading fractions.

This needs rote memorization! Sorry!

What’s one more to remember?! Give this one a shot too!

Now that you have seen how to remember fractions, we’re sure you can figure this one out!

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Comments Lesson Posted on 11/07/2017 Hobby

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Today the world is changing very fast and everyone is busy with their own world. Every day brings a new challenge to win over, and we hardly get time to relaxed ourself. Nowdays everyone is speaking that they need quality time, they want to relax and di-stress themselves. The best way of this is to... read more

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Comments Lesson Posted on 01/07/2017 Tuition/Class I-V Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition Hobby/Summer Camp/Math & Science

Tanvi

Brain Point Academy Subject- Mathematics Topic- Lines and Angles _____________________________________________ Q.1) Match the following. A B 1) Ray Obtuse angle 2) Line ... read more

**Brain Point Academy **

**Subject- Mathematics **

**Topic- Lines and Angles**

**_____________________________________________**

**Q.1) Match the following.**

** **A B

1) Ray Obtuse angle

2) Line --------------->

3) 190° •A

4) 0° <----------------->

5) Point Zero angle

**Q.2) Draw the angles of following measures.**

1) 90°

2) 120°

3) 60°

4) 80°

**Q.3) Name the following.**

1) A <----------------> B

2) •O

3) <---------------- P

**Q.4) Draw angle bisectors.**

1) 50°

2) 110°

** ********************

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Comments 1 Answered on 20/05/2017 Beauty and Style/Modelling Hobby/Summer Camp Hobby/Summer Camp/Modelling

Pooja M.

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I run a production house so not only will I train you I will also give you a break in my projects.

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Answers 9 Comments Answered on 11/06/2016 Hobby

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Rupali N.

I m fresher mam .I don't have experience but I have talent, creative person.

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Answers 4 Comments Answered on 02 Jan Hobby/Summer Camp

Tanvi Madbhavi

Tutor

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