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Notice lost and found

 

Posted by sonia gandhi (Jan 14, 2017) (Question ID: 1354)

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    NOTICE

                                                           January 14, 2017

                                                  LOST ENGLISH TEXTBOOK

    An English textbook was lost in the classroom on 11th January, i.e. Thursday. It is a hardbound book of class V published by Raman Publishers. If found, please return it to the undersigned. A suitable reward is promised.

                                                            Sign                                                                                                                                Name

                                                           Class

     

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Jan 14, 2017)
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A rectangular tank is 48 cm long 35 cm wide and 40 cm height.It is 1/5 of its height.Water flows at the rate of 1.8 litre/minute.How much water is in the tank after 6 minutes.Give in litres.

Posted by Monika Raghuwanshi (Jan 13, 2017) (Question ID: 1343)

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  • Given : Length of Tank = 48cm

    Width of Tank = 35m 

    Height of Tank = 40 cm 

    1/5 of Height  =  40*1/5 = 8cm

    Volume of Tank  = 48*35*8 = 13440 cm3

    We Know 1L = 1000 cm3

    Volume of Tank in Liter = 13.44L 

    A) If the water is flowing into the tank then,

    rate of flow = 1.8L/m

    total time = 6m

    total volume = 1.8 * 6 = 10.8L

    then Water in tank after 6 minuters = 13.44 + 10.8 = 24.24L

    B) If the water is flowing out from the tank then,

    Water in Tank after 6 minutes = 13.44 - 10.8 = 2.64L

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Jan 13, 2017)
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what is the wheight of our brain??

Posted by unknown guy (Jan 09, 2017) (Question ID: 1214)

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  • Weight of the brain of an adult male is

    385gms.

    Weight of the brain of an adult female is

    265gms.

    Answered by Ajaychandra Gupta (Jan 09, 2017)
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  • trtyrtyrtyrtyty

    Answered by unknown guy (Jan 09, 2017)
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  • 1.4 kg

    Answered by unknown guy (Jan 09, 2017)
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how should we make fractions into simplest form 

Posted by Lalith Bandaru (Dec 30, 2016) (Question ID: 945)

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  • Take HCF of numerator and denominator. Then divide both numerator and denominator by HCF. You will get simplest form of a fraction.

    Ex.    85/119

    HCF of 85 and 119 is 17.

    Now,       (85/17)/(119/17)

    = 5/7

     

    Answered by Rashmi Bajpayee (Dec 30, 2016)
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You wake up one morning and found a land of warf discribe your experience on 5 sentence

 

Posted by M. Devendiran (Dec 29, 2016) (Question ID: 936)

five activities we blow air for cooling and warming

Posted by Saravanan k (Dec 28, 2016) (Question ID: 911)

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  • When we blow to cool hot things:

    A cup of tea 

    Hot food

    When we blow to warm cool things: 

    Our hands in winter

    A piece of cloth

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Dec 28, 2016)
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United  we  stand  speech for 1minute in a attractive  manner

 

Posted by adithya rajesh (Dec 27, 2016) (Question ID: 891)

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  •                                                           United We Stand Divided We Fall

    Unity is strength. A united group of people can always achieve more things than a single man. That is the reason groups are formed in many fields. In ancient times, man used to live alone. He traveled alone and hunted single handedly. But soon he realized that if he joins hands with his fellow men, he can face many of the common dangers. Thus villages were formed which in turn developed into towns, cities and countries. In modern times also groups are formed in all fields and walks of life. We have realized that by forming unions, we can demand and achieve things in a stronger way than by standing alone. There is the story of a rich old man who had tensions. But they always quarreled with one another. The old man knew that if he died, his wealth would be squandered by the quarrelling sons. So he called them to his side and showed a bundle of ten sticks. He asked each one of them to break it into two. But however they tried, none could break the bundle. Then he untied the bundle and gave them each a stick asking them to break it, which they did easily. Thus the sons realized their foolishness and began to live in harmony. 
     

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how did sadaki realize that there somewere wrong with her?

 

 

 

Posted by ayush shankar (Dec 08, 2016) (Question ID: 710)

who is sadako

 

Posted by ayush shankar (Dec 08, 2016) (Question ID: 709)

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  • Sadako sasaki was a Japanese girl living in Hiroshima.she was 2 years old when atomic bomb was dropped in Japan.

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 09, 2016)
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something told the wild geese, it was time to go

a. why does the word 'something' refer to in these lines?

Posted by nilima bhuyan (Dec 05, 2016) (Question ID: 694)

how many envelope measuring 10cm by 6cm can be made from a big envelope measuring 50cm by 80 cm

Posted by sadaf mujawar (Nov 08, 2016) (Question ID: 496)

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  • Area of bigger envelope is 50cm * 80 cm= 4000cm^2

    Area of small envelope is 10cm* 6cm= 60cm^2

    So number of envelopes= Area of bigger envelope/ area of small envelope

                                      = 4000/60= 66.6 = 66 (approx)

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 07, 2016)
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  • No. of envelopes = Area of bigger envelope/Area of smaller envelope

                                   = 50 x 80 / 10 x 6

                                   = 66 (appox.)

    Answered by Rashmi Bajpayee (Nov 08, 2016)
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define different types of house

Posted by Raj kumar (Nov 07, 2016) (Question ID: 495)

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  • which house either related to lok and rajya sabha houses or any

    Answered by Kishor Shiva (Nov 08, 2016)
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  • On the basis of construction material used, houses are of two types_

    a. kaccha house

    b. pacca house

    kaccha house is made of mud and hay while pacca house is made up of bricks and cements.

    Answered by RAJENDRA SINGH (Nov 08, 2016)
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neha got 68% in hindi test .how many marks out of 25 is this? how many marks out of 25 did she get in english if her percentage of marks was 72?

 

 

Posted by Kavin Karikalan (Nov 05, 2016) (Question ID: 489)

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  • we will find 68% of 25= 68 * 25/100= 17 marks 

    Similary for english, we will find 72% of 25 = 72* 25/ 100= 18 marks

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 07, 2016)
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  • In Hindi,          68% of 25 = 68/100 x 25 = 17 marks

    In English,      72% of 25 = 72/100 x 25 = 18 marks

    Answered by Rashmi Bajpayee (Nov 07, 2016)
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  • 17 marks in hindi and 18 marks in english...whatsapp me @8765929001 for complete solution

    Answered by Shivendra kumar (Nov 06, 2016)
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what is the fraction

 

Posted by ajaykumar prasad (Sep 20, 2016) (Question ID: 220)

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  • fraction is the term used to represent a proportion of something, the quantity which is not a whole number. for example1/2, 2/3 etc

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 07, 2016)
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  • A fraction is the way of expression integers in form of p/q where p is call numerator and q is called denominator. In general it can be understood as the methematical expression of part of a whole such as 2 out of 5. 

    Answered by Basant Pandey (Sep 24, 2016)
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  • Friction is the force that resist the relative motion of solid surface, fluid layers sliding against each other. It always acts between moving bodies.

    Answered by RAJENDRA SINGH (Sep 20, 2016)
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