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Yogita Ingle 51 minutes ago

One of the most primary sources of modern Indian history is the official records of the British colonial administration in India. The culture of memos, notings and reports preserved by the British has come to be seen as an authentic source of Indian historiography. Preserved documents from village t*ahsildar’s* *office, *the* collectorate, *the* commissioner’s office, *the* provincial secretariats *and* *the* lawcourts – *are also useful*. *These* *added to the records preserved in archives and museums are an important source material for history writing in India.

Apart from the official records, there were diaries of people, accounts of pilgrims and travellers, autobiographies of important personalities, and popular booklets, writings in newspaper and other print media.

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Yogita Ingle 49 minutes ago

A = 42000(1 − 8/100 )^{1}

= 42000(0.92)

= 38640

Value of the scooter after 1 year is Rs. 38,640.

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Gaurav Seth 5 hours ago

We have

( x + a) ( x + b) = x^{2 }+ ( a + b)x + ab

Putting a = 2, b = 3 and x = 5 in the indentity:

LHS = ( x + a ) ( x + b )

= ( 5 + 2) (5 +3)

= 7 x 8

= 56

RHS = x^{2 }+ ( a + b )x + ab

= (5)^{2 }+ (2 + 3) x 5 + (2 x 3)

= 25 + (5) x 5 + 6

= 25 + 25 + 6

= 56

**∴** LHS = RHS

**∴** The given identity is true for the given values.

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Yogita Ingle 5 hours ago

Let the duration be x

Let __Train A__ be the train that traveled at 30km/h

And __Train B __be the train that traveled 35 km/h

__Express the distance traveled by train A in term of x__

Distance = Speed x Time

Distance = 30x

__Express the distance traveled by train B in term of x__

Distance = Speed x Time

Distance = 35x

The length of the each train is 200 m.

Therefore, for the train to completely cross each other, Train B (the faster train) will have to be 200 ahead of train A.

__Convert 200 m to km__

200m = 0.2 km

__solve x:__

35x - 30x = 0.2 km

5x = 0.2

x = 0.04 h or 2.4 mins

**Answer: The train will crossed each other in 2.4 mins.**

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Gaurav Seth 4 hours ago

**The common types of figures of speech are as follows:**

Simile- The comparison is made between two things.

eg: She is like a rose.

Metaphor- It is like a simile but the comparison is direct.

eg:- She is a rose

Onomatopoeia: The sounds of things are expressed through words.

eg: The clicking of her high heels.

Alliteration- The first consonant sounds of words are repeated.

eg: The long and languid ordeal.

Repetition- The words are repeated for a poetic effect.

eg: On and on the rain will fall.

Hyperbole- Exaggeration of ideas

Eg- She cried for thousand nights.

He was the happiest man in the world.

Antithesis- Opposing ideas are brought together.

To err is human; to forgive is divine.

Man proposes; God disposes.

Personification: Giving human qualities to non-living things.

Eg. The rain danced.

The flowers smiled.

Euphemeism: Using a milder term for a harsh word/idea.

Eg: He is mentally unsound. (Milder term for mad)

Her grandmother is with God. (Milder term for dead)

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Shubham Patil 2 hours ago

Solve the following questions.
1.
Ans.
= 7 + 2 [Adding 2 to both sides]
= 9
2.
Ans.
= 10 – 3 [Subtracting 3 from both sides]
= 7
3.
Ans.
[Subtracting 2 from both sides]
4.
Ans.
[Subtracting from both sides]
5.
Ans.
[Dividing both sides by 6]
6.
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= [Multiplying both sides by 5]
= 50
7.
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[Multiplying both sides by 3]
[Dividing both sides by 2]
8.
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[Multiplying both sides by 1.5]
9.
Ans.
[Adding 9 to both sides]
[Dividing both sides by 7]
10.
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[Adding 8 to both sides]
[Dividing both sides by 14]
11.
Ans.
[Subtracting 17 from both sides]
[Dividing both sides by 6]
12.
Ans.
[Subtracting 1 from both sides]
[Multiplying both sides by 3]

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Gaurav Seth 17 hours ago

A **vulnerable species** is a **species** which has been categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as likely to become **endangered** unless the circumstances that are threatening its survival and reproduction improve. **Vulnerability** is mainly caused by habitat loss or destruction of the **species** home.

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Gaurav Seth 17 hours ago

In acoustics, loudness is the subjective perception of sound pressure. More formally, it is defined as, "That attribute of auditory sensation in terms of which sounds can be ordered on a scale extending from quiet to loud."

Amplitude the maximum displacement or distance moved by a point on a vibrating body or wave measured from its equilibrium position. It is equal to one-half the length of the vibration path

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Shubham Patil 2 hours ago

क) सः विद्यालयं गच्छती । ख) अहम् पत्रम् लिखती। ग) गंगा सर्वश्रेष्ठम् नदी अस्ति। घ) हरिद्वारः काशी च गंगा तटे सन्ति

Sakshi Gupta 17 hours ago

क) सः विद्यालयं गच्छती ।
ख) अहम् पत्रम् लिखती।
ग) गंगा सर्वश्रेष्ठम् नदी अस्ति।
घ) हरिद्वारः काशी च गंगा तटे सन्ति।
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Prisha Raghuram 15 hours ago

In such a scenario, it was one braveheart who dared to rebel against the British – Mangal Pandey, the man who is often referred to as the first freedom fighter of India.

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