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Answered on 09 Feb Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition

How much should I charge for only test series of 10th ICSE all subjects?

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Rs 1500.
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How much fee should be remitted from 8th Class CBSE IIT student?

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Lesson Posted 19 hrs ago Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Degree Of A Polynomial

Vijaya Kumar Jayanthi

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look at the polynomial p(x) = 3x7 – 4x6 + x + 9. What is the term with the highest power of x ? It is 3x7. The exponent of x in this term is 7. Similarly, in the polynomial q(y) = 5y6 – 4y2 – 6, the term with the highest power of y is 5y6 and the exponent of y in this term is 6. We... read more

look at the polynomial p(x) = 3x7 – 4x6 + x + 9. What is the term with the highest power of x ? It is 3x7.

The exponent of x in this term is 7. Similarly, in the polynomial q(y) = 5y6 – 4y2 – 6, the term with the highest power of y is 5y6 and the exponent of y in this term is 6. We call the highest power of the variable in a polynomial as the degree of the polynomial. So, the degree of the polynomial 3x7 – 4x6 + x + 9 is 7 and the degree of the polynomial 5y6 – 4y2 – 6 is 6. The degree of a non-zero constant polynomial is zero.


Example 1 : Find the degree of each of the polynomials given below:


(i) x5 – x4 + 3 (ii) 2 – y2 – y3 + 2y8  (iii) 2


Solution:

(i) The highest power of the variable is 5. So, the degree of the polynomial is 5.


(ii) The highest power of the variable is 8. So, the degree of the polynomial is 8.


(iii) The only term here is 2 which can be written as 2x0. So the exponent of x is 0. Therefore, the degree of the polynomial is 0.

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Answered 3 days ago CBSE/Class 9/Science Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Explain any three factors which affect the rate of evaporation.

Chandni S.

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1. Temperature 2. Wind Speed 3. Humidity
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Lesson Posted 1 day ago Tuition/Class I-V Tuition

English: Singular & Plural

Tanvi Madbhavi

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i. Singular and Plural: The noun that name only one person, place, animal or thing is called as Singular noun. The noun that name more than one person, place or thing is called as Plural noun. Examples: Singular Plural Ball Balls Car Cars Clock Clocks Spoon Spoons Cup Cups Pen Pens Shoe Shoes Chalk Chalks Window Windows Cap Caps Foot Feet Glass Glasses Road Roads Orange Oranges Mango Mangoes Watch Watches... read more

i. Singular and Plural:

The noun that name only one person, place, animal or thing is called as Singular noun.

The noun that name more than one person, place or thing is called as Plural noun.

Examples:

Singular Plural
Ball Balls
Car Cars
Clock Clocks
Spoon Spoons 
Cup Cups
Pen Pens
Shoe Shoes
Chalk Chalks
Window Windows
Cap Caps
Foot Feet
Glass Glasses
Road Roads
Orange Oranges
Mango Mangoes
Watch Watches 
Box Boxes
Pencil Pencils
Book  Books
Fruit

Fruits

ii. Adding 's' or 'es'

Nouns that end with 'o' we can add 's'.

Nouns that end with 'o' but be for 'o' they have a consonant then we can add 'es' there.

Examples: 

Singular Plural
Cuckoo Cuckoos
Stereo  Stereos
Bamboo Bamboos
Igloo Igloos
Buffalo Buffaloes
Zero Zeros 
Echo Echoes
Hero Heroes
Oreo Oreos
Cargo

Cargoes

iii. Adding 'ys' or 'ies':

Nouns ending with consonant + y we can add 'ies'.

Nouns ending with vowels we can add 'ys'.

Examples:

Singular Plural
Cry Cries
Fairy  Fairies
Body Bodies
Fly Flies
Baby Babies
Key Keys
Tray Trays
Monkey Monkeys
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Lesson Posted 1 day ago Tuition/BCA Tuition

Scope Of BCA After 12th Standard

Sumaya Academy

I am teaching for BCA, MCA, B.TECH, M.TECH, BSC-IT students from more than 5 years for different universities...

In this article, we will have an in-depth analysis of the course named BCA. BCA. stands for Bachelor of Computer Applications. We will check out basic course details, course duration, important subjects present, eligibility criteria, career scope, salary specs and job opportunities after graduation etc.... read more

In this article, we will have an in-depth analysis of the course named BCA. BCA. stands for Bachelor of Computer Applications. We will check out basic course details, course duration, important subjects present, eligibility criteria, career scope, salary specs and job opportunities after graduation etc. This article will be of much use to students who have passed 12th schooling.

BCA course is suitable for students who are interested in Computer Science and programming. It is a good alternative to the traditional Computer Science Engineering program. Come, let us check out the basic course details-

1. BCA. Program: Important Subjects Present:

Please note that I’ve listed only important subjects so that readers may get a better idea about the structure and nature of the program.

  • Programming in C Language (Basic and Advanced).
  • Communication Skills.
  • Networking.
  • World Wide Web.
  • Data Structure.
  • Advanced C Language Programming.
  • Database Management.
  • Mathematics.
  • Software Engineering.
  • Object Oriented Programming using C++.
  • Visual Basic.
  • Programming using PHP.
  • JAVA.
  • Oracle.
  • Operating Systems.
  • Web Scripting and Development.
  • Internet Security and Cyber Laws.
  • Multimedia.
  • RDBMS.

Those were some important subjects that one will come across in BCA. program. Apart from theoretical classes, computer lab practical sessions, projects and Industry training also forms an integral part of the course.

2. Eligibility Criteria:

10+2 Science stream students with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects, who have passed board examination from a recognized board, are eligible to pursue this course. Minimum marks criteria may exist, in case of many Institutes. It may vary between 40-50% marks in PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) subjects. Also, in case of some Institutes, students must also have appeared for state level entrance examination to be considered eligible to apply for the course.

3. Courses To Do After Completing BCA:

After completing BCA, the traditional PG course available in front of Graduates is MCA (Master of Computer Application). This is a Master’s Level course. This course is meant for those, who want to gain advanced technical knowledge about topics that they’ve studies in BCA course. After MCA, one may take up Government Job, Private Sector Job or Teaching Job! PhD program is available after completing MCA course. After PhD, one may go for a career in the R&D sector associated with this field!

If one is interested in the field of Management, one may go for courses such as MBA, Diploma in Management, Certificate Management courses etc.

4. Career Scope And Job Opportunities:

For graduates, job opportunities exists in Government as well as Private sector. Also, self employment options are available. After BCA., which is an Undergraduate course, graduates may take up Government jobs that require a Graduation Degree (for example- Armed Forces, Nationalized Banks, PSUs etc).

When it comes to Private sector, Software MNCs are the prime recruiters. Web hosting, IT sector, Electronics Industry are some other sectors that recruits BCA. graduates. Graduates may take up the following posts in the above mentioned sectors:

  • Software Engineer.
  • Software Tester.
  • Database Management professional.
  • Project Manager.
  • Information Security professional.
  • Information Management professional.
  • System Administrator.
  • System Security Officer.
  • Software Architect.
  • Associate Software Engineer.
  • Project Manager.

Graduates may also become self employed, by becoming freelance or independent software developers, software security experts, consultants etc. One may also go for advanced courses such as MCA. and PhD and eventually take up teaching job or even venture into Research and Development sector associated with this field!

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Lesson Posted 1 day ago Tuition/Class I-V Tuition

English: Capitalization

Tanvi Madbhavi

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Capitalization: 1. Capitalization means using a capital letter. Example: Using 'A' instead of 'a' 2. The use of capital letters helps readers read your writing without confusion. 3. Always capitalize the following: i) The first word in a sentence. ii) A letter after a full stop. iii) First letter of... read more

Capitalization:

1. Capitalization means using a capital letter.

Example:

Using 'A' instead of 'a'

2. The use of capital letters helps readers read your writing without confusion.

3. Always capitalize the following: 

i) The first word in a sentence.

ii) A letter after a full stop.

iii) First letter of a proper noun.

iv) The first letter of months, days, and holidays (but not seasons).

v) The first letter of nationalities, religions, races of people and languages.

vi) The first letter of each major word in the title of a book, movie, article, etc.

Examples:

  • I grew up in India.
  • She left a message on my phone.
  • This country is where I dreamed of.
  • David wants to play soccer with us.
  • This letter is from Hyderabad.
  • I graduated from the University of Mumbai.
  • I like Coca-Cola.
  • She likes 5 star chocolates.
  • Today is June 8, 2011.
  • Tanvi’s birthday is this Thursday.
  • The shops are closed on Easter.
  • This winter is going to be very cold.
  • We often eat Italian food.
  • I want to master many languages, such as Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Russian.
  • There is one Christian church in my town.
  • The first letter in a person’s title.
  • This is Dr. Simon.
  • I got it from Mr Tom.
  • Geographic areas: cities, states, countries, mountains, oceans, rivers, etc.
  • My destination is Paris, France.
  • Hawaii is in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
  • The Renaissance began in the 14th century.
  • The Qing Dynasty is the last dynasty in China.
  • Tolstoy’s War and Peace is my favorite novel.
  • I found the article “How to Write a Good Cover Letter” in this magazine.
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Lesson Posted 19 hrs ago Tuition/Class I-V Tuition

English: Definite And Indefinite Articles

Tanvi Madbhavi

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Definite and Indefinite articles:The words a, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.1. Indefinite Articles: Used before singular nouns that are unspecified (a, an).For example: A pencil, an orange: Used before number collectives and some numbers.A dozen, a gallon: Used before a singular... read more

Definite and Indefinite articles:

The words a, an, and the are special adjectives called articles.

1. Indefinite Articles: Used before singular nouns that are unspecified (a, an).

For example:

A pencil, an orange: Used before number collectives and some numbers.

A dozen, a gallon: Used before a singular noun followed by a restrictive modifier.

A girl who was wearing a yellow hat: Used with nouns to form adverbial phrases of quantity, amount, or degree.

a. An: Used before singular count nouns beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) or vowel sound.

For example: An apple, an elephant, an issue, an orange

b. A: Used before singular count nouns beginning with consonants (other than a, e, i, o, u).

For example: A stamp, a desk, a TV, a cup, a book

2. Definite Article: Used to indicate a noun that is definite or has been previously specified in the context.

The: Can be used before singular and plural, count and non-count nouns

a. Example:

Used to indicate a noun that is unique:

i. Please close the door:

ii. I like the clothes you gave me.

b. Example:

Used to designate a natural phenomenon:

i. Praise the Lord!

ii. The Columbia River is near here.

c. Example:

Used to refer to a time period:

i. The nights get shorter in the summer.

ii. The wind is blowing so hard.

d. Example:

Used to indicate all the members of a family:

i. I was very naïve in the past.

ii. This song was very popular in the 1980s.

e. Example:

i. I invited the Bakers for dinner.

ii. This medicine was invented by the Smiths.

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Answered 21 hrs ago Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

What is the value of Sin9000?

VISHAL K P

sin9000 radians =0.6154
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Answered 3 days ago CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Accountancy Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

Give one definition of Provision.

Dev Group

A provision is an amount set aside from the profits in the accounts of a business to cover a known liability or to account for depreciation of an asset.
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