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Mayank Tiwari 3 weeks, 2 days ago

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Divyanshu Singh 5 days, 5 hours ago

Car A runing time=2min Speed of car=7.5kh/h We know that, Distance=speed*time =7.5*2=0.25km/h Than, The car runing again with the same speed&time Speed of a car=7.5km/h Time taken=2min Distance=speed*time =7.5*2=0.25km/h The average speed=0.25+0.25=0.50hours Total time(t)=2+56+2=60min 60min=1hours There for, Average speed(vav)=0.50/1hours =0.5km/h(answer)

Raunak Kushwaha 3 weeks ago

What is soli

Putta Thrishitha 3 weeks, 6 days ago

Metals have the prope rties are 1.malleability 2.ductility 3.conductivity 4.luster non metals doesn't have this type of properties

Shashwat Gupta 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Metal - Most metal have a shiny metals metallic Metalloids and non metalloids-a metalloids and metalloids is a type of chemical non metal-is called highest chemical element of light non metal LIC

Ankita Bora 1 week, 4 days ago

Sanjana Pandey 1 month ago

to regulate body temperature, keep joints lubricated, prevent infections, deliver nutrients to cells, and keep organs functioning properly
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Pushpendra Singh 4 weeks, 1 day ago

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First take 80 as initial and 60 as final then divide it with 5 . 20/5 will come then multiply 20/5 into 5/18 to convert it in m/sec you will get 10/9 which is equals to 1.11

Avantika Deglure 4 weeks, 1 day ago

0.2um to 18cm

Himanshi Sharma 1 month ago

Number is not confirmed Shape oval or wheel like structure Size some large and some medium

Shaik Imambee 4 weeks, 1 day ago

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Matter is made up of tiny particles which are also known as Atoms

Azra Ghazal 1 month, 1 week ago

What is atom

Gurvinder Kaur 1 month ago

For any substance , why does the temperature remain constant during the change of state ?

Avantika Deglure 4 weeks, 1 day ago

PROKARYOT Prokaryotic is not developed nucleus EUKARYOT EUKARYOTIC is developed nucleus

Shudhanshu Pandey 1 month, 1 week ago

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Keerthana D.T 3 weeks, 6 days ago

1 oxygen 2 Hydrogen 3 Calcium 4 Iron 5 copper 6 Aluminum 7 phosphorus 8 Potassium 9 Sulphur 10 Zinc 11 Carbon 12 Chloride 13 Magnesium 14 Silicon 15 Sodium 16 Nitrogen 17 Neon 18 Argon 19 Cobalt 20 Nickel

Sakshi Thakur 1 month, 1 week ago

Name of elements are 1. Hydrogen (H) 2. Helium (He) 3. Lithium(Li) 4. Berrylium(Be) 5. Boron(B) 6. Carbon(C) 7. Nitrogen(N) 8. Oxygen(O) 9. Fluorine(F) 10. Neon(Ne) 11. Sodium(Na) 12. Magnesium(Mg) 13. Aluminium(Al) 14. Silicon(Si) 15. Phosphorus(P) 16. Sulfur (S) 17. Chlorine(Cl) 18. Argon(Ar) 19. Potassium(K) 20. Calcuim(Ca) 21. Scandium(Sc) 22. Titanium(Ti) 23. Vanadium(V) 24. Cromium(Cr) 25. Manganese(Mn) 26. Iron(Fe) 27. Cobalt(Co) 28. Nickel(Ni) 29. Copper(Cu) 30. Zinc(Zn) +10 in bonus from my side 👍✌️

Himanshu Bhai 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Which of the following is heterogeneous

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