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Chapter 6, Human Resources
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Lesson 7, A Visit To Cambridge
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Working with the Text (Only
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QUESTION.1:
(i) Did the prospect
of meeting Stephen Hawking make the writer nervous? If so why?
(ii) Did he at the
same time feel very excited? If so why?
Answer:
(i)
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Class 8 Cbse Ncert Science
Chapter 6,
Combustion and Flame
Terms & Definitions
Calorific Value The
amount of heat energy produced on complete combustion of 1 kg of a fuel is
called its Calorific value, expressed in terms of kJ/kg.
Ignition Temperature It is the lowest temperature at which a combustible
substance can easily catch fire. Inflammable substances have very low ignition
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CBSE Class 7 NCERT English - Honeydew
Chapter 6, This is
Jody’s Fawn
NCERT Solutions & NCERT Answers (Comprehension Check)
Question.1:
How did the doe save Penny’s life?
Answer: Jody’s father Penny killed the doe.
He used its heart and liver to draw out the poison. Thus doe saved Penny’s life
by sacrificing her own life.
Question.2:
Why does Jody want to bring the fawn home?
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Forests:
Our Lifeline
CBSE Guide for Class 7 NCERT Science
Terms
& Definitions
Canopy: The
branches of the tall trees look like a roof over the other plants in the
forest. This is called canopy.
Crown: Branchy
part of a tree above the stem is known as the crown of the tree.
Understories: Trees in a
forest have crowns of different types and sizes. These are known as
understories.
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CBSE Guide for NCERT Hindi - Class 10 Kshitij Bhag 2
Chapter 12 Kshitij - Yashpal (Lakhnavi Andaz)
लखनवी अंदाज़
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Question: लेखक को नवाब साहब के किन हाव-भावों से महसूस हुआ कि वे उनसे बातचीत करने के लिए तनिक भी उत्सुक नहीं हैं ?
Solution: जब लेखक ट्रैन के सेकंड क्लास के डिब्बे में दाखिल हुआ, तो उसने एक बर्थ पर पालथी Dr. Abhijit Joardarhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15562406420496575389noreply@blogger.com0http://www.cbsencertsolution.com/2015/08/Chapter-12-Yashpal-Hindi-NCERT-Solutions-of-CBSE-Class-10-Kshitij.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2214754709270998041.post-76618435213686604022015-07-30T22:18:00.000+05:302015-07-30T22:21:28.659+05:30CBSE Class 8 History - Our Pasts III - Ruling The Countryside - NCERT Solutions
Ruling
The Countryside
Class VIII Cbse Ncert
History - Our Pasts III
NCERT Solutions of
History Chapter 3 Exercise Questions
Question.1: Match the following:
(1) Ryot
(a) Village
(2) Mahal
(b) Peasant
(3) Nij
(c) Cultivation on
Ryot’s Land
(4) Ryoti
(d) Cultivation on
Planter’s Own Land
Solution: (1)-b (2)-a (3)-d (4)-c
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CBSE Class 8
Understanding Secularism
(The Indian Constitution and
Secularism)
NCERT Civics
- Social and Political Life III
NCERT Answers - NCERT Solutions -
CBSE Guide
Question.1: Write in your
own words what do you understand by the term ‘rule of law’. In your response
include a fictitious or real example of a violation of the rule of law.
Answer: The term ‘Rule of
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The
Frog and the Nightingale by Vikram Seth
Class
10 NCERT English Literature Reader - CBSE Guide NCERT Solutions
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Question
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Class XII CBSE Mathematics
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Chapter
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Question 1: Determine whether each of the following relations are
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R = {(x, y): 3x − y = 0}
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Relations and Functions
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Question
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Solution:
Question 2:
If
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Question 1: Which of the following are sets? Justify
your answer.
(i) The collection of all months of a
year beginning with the letter J.
(ii) The collection of ten most
talented writers of India.
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(Ncert Math
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Question
1:
Fill in the blanks using
correct word given in the brackets:
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(ii) All squares are _______. (similar, congruent)
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CBSE Class
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WHAT IS
DEMOCRACY? WHY DEMOCRACY?
NCERT
Solutions (NCERT Answers) of Chapter exercise questions
Question.1: Here is some information about four countries.
Based on this information, how would you classify each of these countries?
Write ‘democratic’, ‘undemocratic’ or ‘not sure’ against each of these.
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Chapter 3, Minerals and Power Resources
CBSE Class 8
NCERT Geography - Resources and Development
Important Terms and Definitions
Mineral: Mineral
is a natural chemical compound, uniform in compositions and structure and is a
constituent of rocks and ores.
Mining: Mining
is the process of extracting minerals from rocks buried under the earth surface.
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Chapter 3, Resources and
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NCERT Math Solutions for CBSE Class 8
Class 8 Mathematics
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Linear Equations in One Variable
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Synthetic
Fibers and Plastics
CBSE Class 8 Science,
NCERT Solutions
NCERT Answers – Cbse Ncert
Solutions of Chapter Exercise Questions
Question.1: Explain why
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Solution: Some
fibers are called synthetic fibers because they are man-made. These fibers made
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Tribals,
Dikus and The Vision of a Golden Age
CBSE
Class 8 History - Our Pasts III (Part I)
NCERT
Solutions – NCERT Answers
QUESTION.1: Fill in
the blanks:
a. The British described the tribal people as
____ and ____.
b. The method of sowing seeds in Jhum
cultivation is known as _______.
c. The tribal chiefs got _____ titles in
central India under the British land settlements.
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CONSUMER RIGHTS
Class X NCERT Economics
CBSE Guide and solutions of CBSE Hot Questions
Question 1: Explain the significance of RTI in relation to
consumers.
Question 2: Explain the consumer's 'right to choose'.
Question 3: Mention the demerits of consumer redressal
process.
Question 4: What are the institutions setup under COPRA for
the redressal of grievances?
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CBSE Class 10, NCERT Economics (Understanding Economic
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Chapter 5, CONSUMER RIGHTS
NCERT Solutions – NCERT Answers (Chapter exercise)
Question 1: Why are rules and regulations
required in the marketplace? Illustrate with a few examples.
Solution: Rules and regulations are required in
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