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how can a farmer collect his land record

 

Posted by Anusha Hanchinal (Jan 17, 2017) (Question ID: 1438)

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  • The khasra record of the Patwari gives you information regarding the plot of land owned by the people. The Patwari is the kingpin in the land record system in the villages. On the Khasra map, one could see the exact shape and size of every field, every well and every large tree. Every field is numbered and the khasra records the name of the actual cultivator, the one who was in physical possession of the field.

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How to write educational tour letter to friend

 

Posted by ramayansingh paikra (Jan 17, 2017) (Question ID: 1436)

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    Dear friend ………… ,

    I hope you are well by the grace of the Almighty. I am well too. Please convey my regards to your parents. It’s been long since I received your last letter. So I have thought of writing this letter.

    I am so excited to tell you about my visit to Delhi in an educational excursion last week. Delhi has a rich historical background. It was named “Indraprastha” by Pandavas and remained the capital of Hindu kingdoms for thousands of years.

    The Muslim kings also made it their capital. It has many historical buildings such as Humayun’s tomb, Qutab Minar, tombs of Safdarjang and Nizamuddin, The Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhavan etc. Apart from the historical monuments, it has the offices of the embassies, high commissions, trading firms and many other organisations. Delhi, indeed, is a treasure-chest of antiquity and heart of India.

    Yours .,....

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difference between prism and pyramid, cube and cuboid

What is a trapezium, rhombus

Explain parallelogram with examples

 

Posted by Santhosh Samuel (Jan 17, 2017) (Question ID: 1426)

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  • In geometry, pyramids and prisms are two different shapes. The main difference between a pyramid and prism is the fact that a prism has two bases, while the pyramid only has one.

    A pyramid is a three-dimensional polyhedron. The sides of the pyramid will always be triangular in shape. The sides of the pyramid meet the top. This is called the apex.

    A prism is also a three-dimensional polyhedron. A prism has two identical ends and all flat sides. The sides or faces are perpendicular to the base faces, i.e. they make a right angle with the base.

    A cube is a six sided 3 dimensional figure in which all the faces are square, a cuboid is the same except that some of the faces are rectangles. A cube is a 3-D version of a square and a cuboid is a 3-D version of a rectangle. All sides of a cube are of equal length but cuboid may have sides of different.

    Trapezium : A 4-sided flat shape with straight sides that has a pair of opposite sides parallel. The sides that are parallel are called "bases". The other sides are "legs" (which may or may not be parallel)

    Rhombus : A Rhombus is a flat shape with 4 equal straight sides. A rhombus looks like a diamond. . All sides have equal length.

    Parallelogram : A Parallelogram is a flat shape with opposite sides parallel and equal in length.

     

     

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I want to write note on  extinct giant panda .Also tell why it is on endangered line

 

Posted by yuvraj singh (Jan 16, 2017) (Question ID: 1410)

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  • Giant pandas are becoming extinct due to extensive habitat loss and destruction by hunters. Habitat loss destroys bamboo, which is the giant panda's sole food source. It also isolates pandas causing a reduction in the rate that mating and reproduction occurs. Poachers kill only a few pandas each year, but hunters of other animals in the area accidentally kill pandas on a more regular basis further reducing their numbers.

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A farmer has some hens and cows.The total number of feet is128. If the total number of animals are40  find how many hens and cows are there.

 

 

Posted by yuvraj singh (Jan 13, 2017) (Question ID: 1345)

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  • Let number of hens = x

    Number of cows = y

    Then number of legs of hens = 2x

    Number of legs of cows = 4y

    Then

    According to Ques

    x + y = 40 .......(1)

    x = 40 - y

    2x + 4y = 128 .....(2)

    put value of x in (2)

    2*(40-y) + 4y = 128

    => 80 - 2y + 4y =128

    => 2y = 48

    y = 24

    and x = 16

     

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The electricity and telephonw bill of a family for june were in the ratio 6:16. If 800 rupeesmore was paid for the telephone than for the electricity , how much was paid for each.

Posted by rahul rawat (Jan 09, 2017) (Question ID: 1231)

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  • Electricity Bill : Telephone Bill :: 6 : 16

    Let Bill paid for Electricity = 6k

    & Bill paid for Telephone = 16k

    As given, Telephone Bill - Electricity Bill = 800/-  => 16k - 6k = 800/-  => 10k = 800/- => k = 80/-

    => Electricity Bill = 6k = 6×80/- = 480/-  & Telephone Bill = 16×80/- = 1280/- (Answer)

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    Given Ratio  = 6 : 16

    Let electrcity bill  = 6x

    telephone bill = 16x

    difference b/w both = 10x

    it is given that this difference is 800.

    so 10x = 800

    x = 80

    So electricity bill = 480

    Telephone bill = 1280

     

     

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what are plateaus how are they useful to man

 

Posted by Shaivee Sharma (Jan 09, 2017) (Question ID: 1222)

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  • The plateau is a storehouse of minerals that are used as raw materials for many industries. 
    2)It provides a vast land for human settlement

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discuss the ways in which buddha treid to spread his message to the people

Posted by Shaivee Sharma (Jan 09, 2017) (Question ID: 1219)

What is mean proportion

 

Posted by Sharanya Dvivedi (Jan 08, 2017) (Question ID: 1195)

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  • Three quantities are said to be in continued proportion; if the ratio between the first and the second is equal to the ratio between the second and the third

    Suppose, if we have three qualities such that the ratio of first to second is equal to the ratio of second to third, we say that the three qualities are in continued proportion. The middle term is called the mean proportional between the first the third terms.

    i.e. a, b and c are in continued proportion, if a : b = b : c

    The second quantity is called the mean proportional between the first and the third

    i.e. in a : b = b : c; b is the mean proportional between a and c

     

     The third quantity is called the third proportional to the first and the second

    i.e. in a : b = b : c; c is the third proportional to a and b

    For example, let us consider the numbers 6, 12, 24.

    Here the ratio of first quantity to the second = 6 : 12 = 1 : 2

    And ratio of second quantity to the third = 12 : 24 = 1 : 2

    We see that 6 : 12 = 12 : 24

    Thus, 6, 12, 24 are in continued proportion.

    The second quantity 12 is the mean proportional and third quantity 24 is the third proportional.

     

    Solved example on continued proportion:

    1. Find the mean proportion between 4 and 9.

    Solution:

    Let the mean proportion be x

    Therefore, 4 : x = x : 9

    ⇒ x × x = 4 × 9

    ⇒ x^2 = 36

    ⇒ x^2 = 6^2

    ⇒ x = 6

     

    2. Find, m, if 7, 14, m are in continued proportion.

    Solution:

    x, y and z are in continued proportion xz = y^2

    Let 7, 14, and m be x, y and z respectively.

    Therefore, 7m = 14^2

    or, 7m = 196         

    or, m = 196/7

    Therefore, m = 28.

    Hence, m = 28.

     

    3. Find the third proportional to 12 and 30.

    Solution:

    Let x be the third proportional

    Therefore, 12 : 30 = x : 30

    ⇒ 12 × x = 30 × 30

    ⇒ 12x = 900

    ⇒ x = 900/12

    ⇒ x = 75

     

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List the advantages of sleep?

Why sleep is called as wonder?

Posted by Dev Agarwalla (Jan 03, 2017) (Question ID: 1049)

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  • Sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes way beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles.Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, weight, mind, and more.

     

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In which category people in the market are classified

Posted by Bala Sree (Dec 30, 2016) (Question ID: 960)

changes around us

Posted by Harshita Rajesh Ganesan (Dec 29, 2016) (Question ID: 917)

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  • There are a lot of changes that occur around us. The two type of changes are:

    Physical changes and Chemical Changes

    Those changes in which only the physical properties of the substances change but no new substances are formed are called physical changes.  Example- Melting of ice to form water and freezing of water to form ice. 

    Those changes in which new substances are formed are called chemical changes.   Example- Burning of  a piece of paper 

    The physical changes are temporary and usually reversible whereas chemical changes are permanent and irreversible. 

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Name some materials made of cobalt

Posted by Shiven Kumar (Dec 28, 2016) (Question ID: 913)

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  • Cobalt glass insulators, paint pigment, drills, milling bits and steel alloy are all products made with cobalt. Cobalt steel is tough, strong and heat-resistant enough to be made into parts for jet engines and propellers.

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Look at the sentece and please tell me the meaning of with insulated soles maar,

when it is neccesary to handle equipment that is plugged in , be sure hands are dry and wear non - conductive gloves and shoes with insulates soles maar.

Posted by Maarifa Imran (Dec 26, 2016) (Question ID: 862)

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  • Insulates soles maar are holes in shoes soles made of insulated material.

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mention any three precautions advised while handling electrical devices

Posted by Maarifa Imran (Dec 25, 2016) (Question ID: 838)

  • Thanks For the answer

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  • Usage of rubber slippers 2) avoid touching electric device with wet hands 3) properly knowing how to repair or replace the device

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Name some materials made up of cobalt?

Posted by Shiven Kumar (Dec 24, 2016) (Question ID: 821)

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  • Cobalt glass insulators, paint pigment, drills, milling bits all are made up of cobalt

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Dec 26, 2016)
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  • Cobalt glass insulators, paint pigment, drills, milling bits and steel alloy are all products made with cobalt.

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find loss if cp = 40 and sp = 20

Posted by Kavya Agarwal (Dec 22, 2016) (Question ID: 807)

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  • Basically to find the Loss you need to subtract the CP to the SP 

    The equation is = C P - SP

    In numbers it will be 40 - 20 = 20

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  • Loss = CP - SP

    in given Question CP = 40 

    SP = 20

    So Loss = 40 - 20 = 20

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Dec 23, 2016)
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  • Loss is when you sell the thing less than its Cost Price(CP) so that Selling Price(SP) SP<CP

    So Loss=CP-SP

    Loss=40-20=20

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what are joints?

Posted by Abu Lame (Dec 19, 2016) (Question ID: 785)

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  • Joint is a structure in human or animal body at which two parts of skeleton are fitted together.

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 what are joints

 

Posted by Abu Lame (Dec 19, 2016) (Question ID: 784)

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  • A joint is where two or more bones meet and is made up of a number of different parts that all work together so that we can bend, stretch, twist and turn easily – but within certain limits. 

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i have to write biography about ashoka

Posted by Abu Lame (Dec 19, 2016) (Question ID: 783)

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  • Asoka was one of the most powerful kings of the Indian subcontinent. A ruler of the Mauryan Empire, Ashoka ruled over the country from 273 BC to 232 BC. The reign of Emperor Asoka covered most of India, South Asia and beyond, stretching from present day Afghanistan and parts of Persia in the west, to Bengal and Assam in the east, and Mysore in the south. However, the Battle of Kalinga changed King Asoka completely. From a power hungry emperor, he turned into a Buddhist follower and started preaching the principles of Buddhism throughout the world. Read on this biography to know more about the life history of 'Ashoka the Great':

    Asoka was born in 304 BC, to Mauryan Emperor Bindusara and a relatively lower ranked queen, Dharma. The legend associated with the emperor goes that his birth had been predicted by Buddha, in the story of 'The Gift of Dust'. Buddhist Emperor Ashoka had only one younger sibling, Vitthashoka, but, several elder half-brothers. Right from his childhood days Ashoka showed great promise in the field of weaponry skills as well as academics. 

    Asoka quickly grew into an excellent warrior general and an astute statesman. His command on the Mauryan army started growing day by day and because of this, his elder brothers became suspicious of him being favored by Bindusara as the next emperor. The eldest son of Bindusara, Prince Susima, convinced him to send Asoka to Takshashila province (in Sindh) to control an uprising caused by the formation of different militias. However, the moment Ashoka reached the province, the militias welcomed him with open arms and the uprising came to an end without any fight. This particular success of Asoka made his elder brothers, especially Susima, more insecure. 

    Susima started inciting Bindusara against Ashoka, who was then sent into exile by the emperor. Asoka went to Kalinga, where he met a fisherwoman named Kaurwaki. He fell in love with her and later, made Kaurwaki his second or third wife. Soon, the province of Ujjain started witnessing a violent uprising. Emperor Bindusara called back Ashoka from the exile and sent him to Ujjain. The prince was injured in the ensuing battle and was treated by Buddhist monks and nuns. It was in Ujjain that Asoka first came to know about the life and teachings of Buddha. In Ujjain, he also met Devi, his personal nurse, who later became his wife. 

    In the following year, Bindusura became seriously ill and was literally on his deathbed. A group of ministers, led by Radhagupta, called upon Ashoka to assume the crown. In the fight that followed his accession, Ashoka attacked Pataliputra, now Patna, and killed all his brothers, including Susima. After he became the King, Ashoka launched brutal assaults to expand his empire, which lasted for around eight years. Around this time, his Buddhist queen, Devi, gave birth to Prince Mahindra and Princess Sanghamitra.

    The battle of Kalinga (now Orissa) became a turning point in the life of 'Asoka the Great'. The exact reason for the battle is not known. However, it is believed that one of Ashoka's brothers took refuge at Kalinga and this enraged Asoka, who launched a brutal assault on the province. The whole of the province was plundered and destroyed and thousands of people were killed. 

     

    The third council of Buddhism was held under the patronage of Emperor Ashoka. He also supported the Vibhajjavada sub-school of the Sthaviravada sect, now known as the Pali Theravada. He sent his missionaries to the following places:

    • Kashmir - Gandhara Majjhantika
    • Mahisamandala (Mysore) - Mahadeva
    • Vanavasi (Tamil Nadu) - Rakkhita
    • Aparantaka (Gujarat and Sindh) - Yona Dhammarakkhita
    • Maharattha (Maharashtra) - Mahadhammarakkhita
    • "Country of the Yona" (Bactria/ Seleucid Empire) - Maharakkhita
    • Himavanta (Nepal) - Majjhima
    • Suvannabhumi (Thailand/ Myanmar) - Sona and Uttara
    • Lankadipa (Sri Lanka) - Mahamahinda

    His missionaries also went to the below mentioned places:

    • Seleucid Empire (Middle Asia)
    • Egypt
    • Macedonia
    • Cyrene (Libya)
    • Epirus (Greece and Albania)

    After ruling over the Indian subcontinent for a period of approximately 40 years, the Great Emperor Asoka left for the holy abode in 232 BC. After his death, his empire lasted for just fifty more years.

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how do i make a MODEL CIRCUIT

Posted by Manika Gupta (Dec 19, 2016) (Question ID: 779)

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  • A circuit is a path that electricity flows along. It starts at a power source, like a battery, and flows through a wire to a light bulb or other object and back to other side of the power source. You can build your own circuit and see how it works with this project!

     

    <h4>What You Need:</h4>
    • Small light bulb (or a flashlight bulb)
    • 2 batteries (with the correct voltage for your light bulb)
    • 2 alligator clip wires  or aluminum foil*
    • Paper clips
    • Electrical tape 
    • Bulb Holder (optional)
    • Battery Holder (optional**)

    *To use foil instead of wires, cut 2 strips each 6" long and 3" wide. Fold each one tightly along the long edge to make a thin strip.)
    **To use paper clips instead of battery holders, tape one end of a paper clip to each end of your battery using thin strips of tape. Then connect your wires to the paper clips.

    Part 1 - Making a Circuit:

    1. Connect one end of each wire to the screws on the base of the light bulb holder. (If you're using foil, ask an adult to help you unscrew each screw enough to fit a foil strip under it.)
    2. Connect the free end of one wire to the negative ("-") end of one battery. Does anything happen?
    3. Attach the free end of the other wire to the positive ("+") end of the battery. Now what happens?

    Part 2 - Adding Power

    1. Disconnect the battery from your circuit. Stand one battery so that the "+" end is pointing up, then set the other battery next to it so that the flat "-" end is pointing up. Tape around the middle of the batteries to hold them together.
    2. Set a paperclip across the batteries so that it connects the "+" end of one to the "-" end of the other. Tape the paperclip in place with a narrow piece of tape (do not tape over the metal battery ends).
    3. Turn the batteries over and tape one end of a paper clip onto each of the batteries. Now you can connect one wire to each paper clip. (The bottom of the battery pack should only have one paper clip - do not connect a wire to it.)
    4. Connect the free ends of the wires to the light bulb.

     

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what are the major domain of the earth?

Posted by Navaneeth B (Dec 17, 2016) (Question ID: 769)

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  • The four major domain of earth are: Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere and Biosphere.

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Dec 19, 2016)
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  • There are four major domina of earth .These are Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere and Biosphere.

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 18, 2016)
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  • LITHOSPHERE

    BIOSPHERE

    TROPOSPHERE

    STRATOSPHERE

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What is parabola

PL tell

Posted by Arvind Dhavala (Dec 11, 2016) (Question ID: 736)

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  • A parabola is U shaped curve which is function of quadric equation y=x2 . The parabola is locus of points in the plane that are equidistant from both the directrix and the axis. 

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 11, 2016)
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  • A parabola is a curve where any point is at an equal distance from: a fixed point (the focus ), and a fixed straight line (the directrix )

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What are tendons ?

 

Posted by Arvind Dhavala (Dec 11, 2016) (Question ID: 729)

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  • A tendon is a fibrous connectuve tissue made up of collagen fibre.Its main function is to connect muscle to bones.It acts as bridge between muscle and bones(connectuve tissue).

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25÷5+12_2

Posted by Dineswar Mahto (Dec 10, 2016) (Question ID: 726)

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  • We will apply the BODMAS Rule 

    BODMAS= Bracket off ,division, multiplication, addition and subtraction

    25÷5 +12- 2 

    The first operation is division .so we divide 25÷5 =5 

    5 +12-2 

    The second part is addition 

    5+12=17 

    17-2=15 

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write about main source of income of municipal corporation

Posted by radha k (Dec 06, 2016) (Question ID: 701)

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  • Its sources of income are taxes on water, houses, markets, entertainment and vehicles paid by residents of the town and grants from the state government.

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (Dec 08, 2016)
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what are major landforms

 

Posted by NIDHI YADAV (Dec 06, 2016) (Question ID: 699)

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  • There are four major landforms- Hills, mountains, plains and plateaus. 

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 07, 2016)
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do all plants have stamens and pistils.

Posted by Manika Gupta (Nov 28, 2016) (Question ID: 648)

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  • Many flowers contain both male and female part called stamen and pistil but some flowers contain only one of the parts and need the help of another flower to form seeds.

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 07, 2016)
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  • some plants have stamen , some have pistil and some have both

     

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what is the intiger

Posted by Srinivas Gujjari (Nov 20, 2016) (Question ID: 605)

  • and it is not intiger it is integer

    Posted by Manika Gupta (Nov 28, 2016)
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  • Integer is a number which is not fraction , it is a whole number. It can be negative, positive or zero.

    Answered by shruti dadhwal (Dec 07, 2016)
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  • An integer is negative and positive number without fraction or decimal and also it includes zero. 

    Ex. 0, 5, -8, 10, -483, etc

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interdependency of the major domains is important.why?

Posted by jyothi prem (Nov 19, 2016) (Question ID: 592)

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