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Jagrati Agarwal 3 hours ago

How can you save a presentation in PDF format
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Preeti Dabral 3 hours ago

The three main features of the Ganga river system are:

  1. The length of the Ganga is over 2525 km. It is India’s longest river.
  2. It has many tributaries which join it from both North and South to form the Ganga river basin. It has a dendritic drainage pattern.
  3. The Ganga originates from the Gangotri glacier. The headwaters of the Ganga is called 'Bhagirathi'. It joins Alaknanda at Devaprayag in Uttarakhand. At Haridwar, the Ganga emerges from the mountains onto the plains.

Dipanshu Awasthi 40 minutes ago

Activities such as a system all manufacture transferases of APIs and defences as

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The living cell can be considered as a dynamic state because it interacts with the outer living world. Cell consists of many organelles like ribosome, mitochondria, golgi apparatus, lysosome, endoplasmic reticulum, etc. These organelles have their own functions.
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Shreya Nayan 2 hours ago

Narrator's grandfather's Toto He was a monkey naming Toto

Daniel Prince 5 hours ago

Toto was a monkey
Writer's Grandfather has Toto.

Shreya Tiwari 8 hours ago

Toto was a monkey
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Preeti Dabral an hour ago

Bowman's capsule is a part of the nephron that forms a cup-like sack surrounding the glomerulus. Bowman's capsule encloses a space called “Bowman's space,” which represents the beginning of the urinary space and is contiguous with the proximal convoluted tubule of the nephron.

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Ansh Gupta 5 hours ago

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Preeti Dabral 45 minutes ago

A. Some plate come towards each other and formed convergent boundary.
B. Some plates move away from each other and form divergent boundary. They may either collide or crumble.
C. Plates may move horizontally past each other and join transform boundary.

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Preeti Dabral 46 minutes ago

A. Earth scientists have attempted to explain the formation of physical features with the help of some theories based on certain evidences.
B. 'Theory of Plate Tectonic' is one of them.
C. According to this theory, the crust of the earth has been formed out of seven major and some minor plates.
D. Due to the movement of the plates resulted in building up of stresses within the plates, leading to folding, faulting and volcanic activities.

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Preeti Dabral 47 minutes ago

A.India is a south west extension of the Asian continent. The trans Indian Ocean routes which connect the countries of Europe in the west and the countries of East Asia provide a strategic central location to India.

B.The Deccan Plateau protrudes into the Indian Ocean, thus helping India to establish close contact with West Asia, Africa and Europe from the western coast and East Asia and Southeast from the eastern coast.

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Preeti Dabral 49 minutes ago

The passes across the mountains in the north have provided passages to the ancient travellers. These routes have contributed in the exchange of ideas and commodities since ancient times. The ideas of Upanishads, Ramayana, the stories of Panchtantra, the Indian numerals and the decimal system could thus, reach many parts of the world. The spices, muslin and other merchandise were taken from India to different countries. On the other hand, influence of Greek sculpture, their architectural styles of domes and minarets can be seen in India.

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Raksha P G 6 hours ago

The square root of 2 is a number. A polynomial is an expression in a variably, x, consisting of sums of multiples of non-negative powers of x. Root 2 is not a polynomial .
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Preeti Dabral 50 minutes ago

A.In 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself the Emperor of France and reintroduced monarchy in France.

B.He conquered his neighbouring countries and created kingdoms, where he placed his own family members.

C.He was called a moderniser of Europe. He introduced many laws such as the protection of private property and a uniform system of weights and measures provided by the decimal system.

D. Initially, many people believed that Napoleon was a liberator who would bring freedom for the people. But soon his army was viewed as an invading force.So he was finally defeated in 1815, in the famous 'Battle of Waterloo'.

E.Many of his measures that carried the revolutionary ideas of liberty and modern laws to other parts of Europe had an impact on people long after Napoleon had left.

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Preeti Dabral 50 minutes ago

A.Louis XVI of Bourbon dynasty, ascended the throne in 1774.

B.He was married to Austrian princess Marie Antoinette.

C.When he became ruler, he found an empty treasury.

D.Long years of war had drained the financial resources of France. Added to this was the cost of maintaining an extravagant court at the immense palace of Versailles. Louis XVI also helped American armies in their war of independence, which led to further rise to more than 2 billion livres debt. To meet its regular expenses, the state was forced to increase taxes. Nobles, clergy and rich men were exempted from paying taxes, it was the third estate which bore the brunt.

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