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Agnav Kumar 2 hours ago

The process of changing water into water droplets is called transpiration.It occurs in leaves only.
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Agnav Kumar 2 hours ago

Spinning,ginning,weaving,knitting
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Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

The smallest whole number is 0.

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Agnav Kumar 3 hours ago

1,2,17,34
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Agnav Kumar 2 hours ago

The plants that have hard and thick dark brown coloured stem and have many branches in upper part are called trees

Sia 🤖 7 hours ago

A node is a structure which may contain a value or condition, or represent a separate data structure (which could be a tree of its own).

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Sia 🤖 7 hours ago

how to do the water test:

  1. Fill a glass with water.
  2. Add one tablespoon of honey into the glass.
  3. Adulterated or artificial honey will dissolve in water and you will see it around the glass.
  4. Pure honey on the other hand will settle right at the bottom of your glass.
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Yogita Ingle 7 hours ago

When a chemical change takes place, new substances are formed in a chemical reaction. These new products may have very different properties from the substances that were there at the start of the reaction.
Examples of chemical change: the decomposition (breaking down) of hydrogen peroxide and the synthesis (forming) of water.

Mhd Hisham 8 hours ago

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Agnav Kumar 3 hours ago

1,2,4,7,8,14,28,54 are factors of 54 1,2,3,6,13,39,78 arethe factors of 78
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Sia 🤖 10 hours ago

There are two types of fiber:

  • Soluble, found in fruits and vegetables, beans and oats. These dissolve in water and help keep total cholesterol under control.
  • Insoluble, found in whole grain foods such as wheat bran. These help us feel fuller and may help reduce risk of colon cancer.
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Gaurav Seth 13 hours ago

As the rulers of the mahajanapadas were (a) building huge forts (b) maintaining big armies, they needed more resources. And they needed officials to collect these. So, instead of depending on occasional gifts brought by people, as in the case of the raja of the janapadas, they started collecting regular taxes.

  • Taxes on crops were the most important. This was because most people were farmers. Usually, the tax was fixed at 1/6th of what was produced. This was known as bhaga or a share.
  • There were taxes on crafts persons as well. These could have been in the form of labour. For example, a weaver or a smith may have had to work for a day every month for the king.
  • Herders were also expected to pay taxes in the form of animals and animal produce.
  • There were also taxes on goods that were bought and sold, through trade.
  • And hunters and gatherers also had to provide forest produce to the raja.

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