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Satyam Suman 2 hours ago (8654427)

Yes it is in death of partner
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Sm .. 2 hours ago (7808438)

Permeability means how much obstruction a medium offer
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Sam Kumar an hour ago (9767560)

those things which is used to fulfill our need is called resource

Shlok Katkar 3 hours ago (10998755)

Resources are those through which we get satisfied. It is mainly used in our daily life
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Earth is called a unique planet because the life only possible in Earth.
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Suryansh Yadav 39 minutes ago (10959083)

Just scratch
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Adithya Dev A 5 hours ago (10643926)

cos theta - sin theta = √sin^2 theta + cos^2 theta - 2 sin theta cos theta = √1 - 2 sin theta cos theta//
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Adithya Dev A 5 hours ago (10643926)

In certain cases, if the object placed in the path of light is too small, then there is a tendency for the light to bend and move at the edge of that object. This is called DIFFRACTION of light. According to this concept, light is not a RAY or a BEAM, rather it is an electromagnetic WAVE.
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Adithya Dev A 5 hours ago (10643926)

Bases that are highly soluble in water are called ALKALIS. They are usually STRONG and HIGHLY CORROSIVE in nature as they dissociate completely into OH- (aq) ions when in aqueous solutions when compared to other bases. They are usually formed out of highly reactive metal radicals like Na+, K+, Li+, etc. Eg :- NaOH, KOH, etc.
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Adithya Dev A 5 hours ago (10643926)

When baking soda reacts with vinegar, a colourless and odourless gas is produced along with brisk effervescence which when passed through lime water turns it milky ie, CO2 along with sodium acetate (a basic salt). {{{ NaHCO3 (s) + CH3COOH (aq) ----> CH3COONa (aq) + CO2 (g) + H2O (l). }}}
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Adithya Dev A 5 hours ago (10643926)

Formula of BAKING SODA = NaHCO3. Formula of BAKING POWDER = NaHCO3 + tartaric acid.
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