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Viral 06/12/2016 in  Class I-V Tuition, Mathematics(Class I-V Tuition)

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Modi replied | 11 Jan

Percent means per cent i.e., per 100 If you calculate any quantum compared to 100 you will get percentage. Obtained no divided by total and multiplied by 100 will give you percent.

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Preeti replied | 14 Jan

Percentage means that you have to calculate total marks multiplied by how many marks obtain divide by 100 then you will get percentage.

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Preeti replied | 11 Jan

Rs. 4000 and of 5 days.

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Aditi replied | 11 Jan

Rs. 6000 - Rs. 7000.

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Akanksha Yadav replied | 07 Jan

Rs. 4000 at least.

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Preeti replied | 11 Jan

At least Rs. 4000.

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Kartikey replied | 6 days ago

Its Simply a test for completed engineering for doing M.tech from a prestigious college and for some branches like civil and mechanical, this is a must exam to get into government job.

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Surada replied | 6 days ago

Graduate aptitude test in engineering.

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Ashwani replied | 2 days ago

According to Mathematician Pythagoras "The Sum of the Squares of the Altitude and the Base of any Right angled triangle must be equal to the Square of the Hypotenuse."Thus we can say that if ABC is a right angled triangle at B then AC^2 =(AB^2)+(BC^2). sometimes also written as h^2 = b^2 + p^2.

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Pradeep replied | 2 days ago

The Pythagorean Theorem is a statement about triangles containing a right angle. The Pythagorean Theorem states that:
"The area of the square built upon the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the areas of the squares upon the remaining sides."

Bhaskara's Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

In this proof, Bhaskara began with a right triangle...  more»
The Pythagorean Theorem is a statement about triangles containing a right angle. The Pythagorean Theorem states that:
"The area of the square built upon the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the areas of the squares upon the remaining sides."

Bhaskara's Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

In this proof, Bhaskara began with a right triangle and then he drew an altitude on the hypotenuse. From here, he used the properties of similarity to prove the theorem.

Now prove that triangles ABC and CBE are similar.
It follows from the AA postulate that triangle ABC is similar to triangle CBE, since angle B is congruent to angle B and angle C is congruent to angle E. Thus, since internal ratios are equal s/a=a/c.
Multiplying both sides by ac we get
sc=a^2.

Now show that triangles ABC and ACE are similar.
As before, it follows from the AA postulate that these two triangles are similar. Angle A is congruent to angle A and angle C is congruent to angle E. Thus, r/b=b/c. Multiplying both sides by bc we get
rc=b^2.

Now when we add the two results we get
sc + rc = a^2 + b^2.
c(s+r) = a^2 + b^2
c^2 = a^2 + b^2,
concluding the proof of the Pythagorean Theorem. «less

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Yogita replied | 2 days ago

Yes, it is imaginary and is defined using iota(i) sign.

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Pradeep replied | 2 days ago

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Vasudevan replied | 3 days ago

Speed is a scalar quantity and velocity is a vector quantity which has both magnitude and direction for example in a circular path if you are travelling 40 km/hr your velocity changes continuously and speed remains same.

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Heena replied | 2 days ago

The difference between speed and velocity is speed is scalar quantity and velocity is vector quantity. Speed can never be zero and velocity is zero when when an initial and final positions are same.
For example a body first runs a distance of 200 metres in 100 seconds in going from her home to school in the north direction and the runs a distance of 200 metres again in 100 seconds...  more»
The difference between speed and velocity is speed is scalar quantity and velocity is vector quantity. Speed can never be zero and velocity is zero when when an initial and final positions are same.
For example a body first runs a distance of 200 metres in 100 seconds in going from her home to school in the north direction and the runs a distance of 200 metres again in 100 seconds in the reverse direction from the school to reach back home from where she started.
In this case the total distance travelled is 400 metres and the total time taken is 200 seconds. thus speed of girl is 2 m/s. and velocity of girl is 0 m/s. «less

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Deepti 12/12/2016 in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Accountancy (Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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Shubham replied | 10 Jan

Matrix is a rectangular array of numbers, symbols, etc arranged in rows and columns.

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Veer replied | 4 days ago

A set of numbers which represent row and column.

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Ashish Kumar replied | 1 day ago

What is your location?

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Kanupriya replied | 1 day ago

Fee depends on location and on number of days per month.

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Vrinda replied | 2 days ago

Which satisfy particular symmetry relations, with respect to taking additive inverses. They are important in many areas of mathematical analysis, especially the theory of power series and Fourier series. They are named for the parity of the powers of the power functions which satisfy each condition: the function f(x) = xn is an even function if n is an even integer, and it is an...  more»
Which satisfy particular symmetry relations, with respect to taking additive inverses. They are important in many areas of mathematical analysis, especially the theory of power series and Fourier series. They are named for the parity of the powers of the power functions which satisfy each condition: the function f(x) = xn is an even function if n is an even integer, and it is an odd function if n is an odd integer. «less

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Heena replied | 2 days ago

If we define a function f (x) where x is integer , if f (x) = f (- x) it means function is symmetric and if
f ( x ) = - f (- x) it means function is anti- symmetric. Symmetric functions are even and anti-symmetric functions are odd.

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Kajal replied | 2 days ago

Try to learn for knowledge instead of marks. When you start studying for knowledge study becomes fun in itself. You feel more confident and you will end up generating interest in studies.

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Kanupriya replied | 1 day ago

Science and Maths is fun, try to learn fundamentals and concepts rather then try to just solving the questions. Relate them to things in everyday life and see your interest will start to develop in the subjects.

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Jaganshyam replied | 08 Jan

That depends on your experience, ability to impress student. Contact your nearby teachers check how much they are charging. If you charge more then you should know how and why you are different from other teachers.

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Vasudevan replied | 3 days ago

Depends may be Rs. 3000 for individual coaching.

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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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N.varalakshmi replied | 5 days ago

Ice is less density than water because the orientation of hydrogen bonds causes molecules to push farther apart, which lowers the density.

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Heena replied | 2 days ago

Because volume of ice is more than water.

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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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N.varalakshmi replied | 5 days ago

Ice is less density than water because the orientation of hydrogen bonds causes molecules to push farther apart, which lowers the density.

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Heena replied | 2 days ago

Because volume of ice is more than water.

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Vrinda replied | 2 days ago

The plane curve formed by the intersection of the right circular cone and a plane parallel to element of the curve.

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Heena replied | 2 days ago

A parabola is the locus of a point which moves in a plane such that its distance from a fixed point in the plane is always equal to its distance from a fixed straight line in the same plane.

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Vrinda replied | 2 days ago

The plane curve formed by the intersection of the right circular cone and a plane parallel to element of the curve.

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Heena replied | 2 days ago

A parabola is the locus of a point which moves in a plane such that its distance from a fixed point in the plane is always equal to its distance from a fixed straight line in the same plane.

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Aditya 06 Jan in  BCom Tuition, Financial Accounting(BCom Tuition)

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Sumitra replied | 2 days ago

First of all you clear your basics of that particular topic. See illustration which is given in your book after that you try to solve other problems related from the same illustration. Ex: If you are illustration of issue of shares in corporate accounting than you try to solve the same problem which are based on issue of shares. Practice makes a man perfect. So you will have to...  more»
First of all you clear your basics of that particular topic. See illustration which is given in your book after that you try to solve other problems related from the same illustration. Ex: If you are illustration of issue of shares in corporate accounting than you try to solve the same problem which are based on issue of shares. Practice makes a man perfect. So you will have to do practice more and more and more thing better to do accounting alone you discuss your problem with your friends may be whatever you don't know he knows the answer of that and whatever he doesn't know you can explain him so well. All the best «less

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Vanguri replied | 2 days ago

By having the ideology of basic journal entries and ledger calculations and fast calculations all accounts.

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Madhurima replied | 3 days ago

You should charge for 1-5 hours for monthly basis Rs. 4000/-on wards and for 5-6 hours Rs. 6000/-.

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Ambar replied | 2 days ago

Rs. 3000.

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Kirti 04 Jan in  BCom Tuition, Income Tax Laws(BCom Tuition)

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Geeta replied | 2 days ago

If you earn salary, wages or schedular payments (formerly withholding payments), your tax will be taken out of your pay during the income year by your employer.

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Vanguri replied | 2 days ago

Business magnets and those people who are having the black money.

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Monisha 10 Jan in  BA Tuition, English Language Teaching(BA Tuition)

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Naresh Kumar replied | 2 days ago

You can join English classes running nearby your residence, or you can approach a school teacher to help you.

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Faseeha Khathoon replied | 1 day ago

Try Android mobile application "Hello English". This is quite easy to use and accessible from your mobile anytime anywhere.

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Ashish 04 Jan in  BTech Tuition, Java Programming(BTech Tuition)

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Abhishek replied | 2 days ago

Collection of letters are called string.
ex:'a', 'b', 'c' are letters
And "abc" this is a string.

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Abhishek replied | 2 days ago

If you satisfy my answer so you Mail me.

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Lokesh 5 days ago in  BA Tuition, English Communication(BA Tuition)

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Sakshi replied | 2 days ago

To speak fluently in English you should have a good command on phonetic sounds, YouTube will be of a great help in this case. You can also listen and speak along to the stories, poetry, etc. online. Try and speak in English with friends and family.

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Faseeha Khathoon replied | 1 day ago

Practice Practice. Try to join group discussions and giving small presentations to people. Try reading small articles aloud. Recently there are lot of mobile applications as well. Try "Hello English" mobile application. This is has been gaining lot of traction these days.

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Akhilesh 4 days ago in  BTech Tuition, BTech Mechanical Engineering(BTech Tuition)

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Apoorv replied | 1 day ago

Softwares like Ansys fluent and MATLAB .

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Abhishek replied | 1 day ago

You can use hyper mesh (CFD workbench) for thermal engineering applications (Realistic problems).

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Vanguri replied | 2 days ago

Just wait for the confirmation students.

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Madhumohan replied | 2 days ago

If you are a premium member your phone number will be displayed in your profile. The student can contact you directly for their requirements. Other wise you need to call the students number for confirmation.

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Shyamala replied | 03 Jan

Rs. 400 is enough.

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Modi replied | 11 Jan

You should take Rs 200 per hr but teaching shall be min 2 hr.

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