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Gaurav Seth 3 weeks, 4 days ago

[a] /are /many ways / theorem /where /a mathematical / can be/ proved./
[b] /on/stay/ their seats / passengers/ has opened / conductor / door / requested/ are/ the / until/ the /
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1. There are many ways where a mathematical theorem can be proved.
2. The conductor requested passengers to stay on their seats until the door has opened.

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Prajwal Gulvadi 1 week, 5 days ago

It is not yet conducted

Prajwal Gulvadi 1 week, 5 days ago

I has not yet conducted

Swasti Verma 3 weeks, 4 days ago

It hasn't held yet

Kavita Sainger 1 month ago

Nice
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Swasti Verma 3 weeks, 4 days ago

When I logged in ...The date of 24th jan 2021 was given to me there

Tapan Belapurkar 1 month, 1 week ago

In some states

Ishan Goyal 1 month, 1 week ago

It can be as update himachal and southern side ntse paper has postpone to feb 2021

Nitya Jain 1 month, 1 week ago

Hahah i don.t know
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Ashwani Singh 1 week, 5 days ago

https://byjus.com/ncert-solutions-class-10-science-chapter-10-light-reflection-and-refraction/ https://www.learncbse.in/ncert-solutions-class-10th-science-chapter-10-light-reflection-refraction/ https://mycbseguide.com/blog/ncert-solutions-for-class-10-science-light-reflection-and-refraction-part-2/ https://mycbseguide.com/downloads/cbse-class-10-science-light-reflection-and-refraction/1195/cbse-important-questions/6/ That's all
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Nainsi Sanjay Patel 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Yes, because NTSE is state level exam (1st stage) and state haven't reduced any syllabus

Prabhat Singh 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Good
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Ashwani Singh 1 week, 5 days ago

24 January

Thanu Naidu 1 month, 1 week ago

Is the date correct

Smriti Gupta 1 month, 3 weeks ago

13 December 2020

Ajay Yadav 1 month, 3 weeks ago

13 december 2020

Aryan Kothari 1 month, 3 weeks ago

13 dec 2020
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Aryan Kothari 1 month, 3 weeks ago

13 dec 2020
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Chethan Chandra 2 weeks ago

Yes

Shrisham Tiwari 1 month, 2 weeks ago

No

Ajay Yadav 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Yes from class 6 to 10

Divya Kumari 1 month, 3 weeks ago

No
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Swasti Verma 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Yess the answer is 320.. Because every letters positions has been doubled and multiplied within.. A=1×2=2 C=3×2=6 T=20×2=40 => ACT=2×6×40=480 So.. just like this B=2×2=4 A=1×2=2 T=20×2=40 => BAT=4×2×40=320!!!

Puneet Dhobare 1 month, 2 weeks ago

320
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Rihanshu Rajput 2 months ago

Check your website in internet
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Aditya Prakash 1 month, 3 weeks ago

According to lenz’s law, the induced EMF always opposed the cause which is producing it. If the cause of the induced EMF is a time varying current, then the induced EMF opposes the changes in current and maintaining status quo. If the cause is growth of current in the loop then, the induced EMF establishes a current in opposite direction opposing the cause. Similarly, if the cause of induced EMF is decay in the current then the induced EMF establishes a current in original current direction, Thus again opposing the growth. Thus, lenz’s law is in accordance with the law of conservation of energy principle. If lenz’s law is wrong, then the induced EMF support the cause. Then the induced EMF further increases the rate of change of phiB and the induced EMF again supports, if this continues the energy of the circuit goes on ­ which violates the conservation of energy principle.

Hemant Jha 2 months ago

According to lenz’s law, the induced EMF always opposed the cause which is producing it. If the cause of the induced EMF is a time varying current, then the induced EMF opposes the changes in current and maintaining status quo. If the cause is growth of current in the loop then, the induced EMF establishes a current in opposite direction opposing the cause. Similarly, if the cause of induced EMF is decay in the current then the induced EMF establishes a current in original current direction, Thus again opposing the growth. Thus, lenz’s law is in accordance with the law of conservation of energy principle. If lenz’s law is wrong, then the induced EMF support the cause. Then the induced EMF further increases the rate of change of phiB and the induced EMF again supports, if this continues the energy of the circuit goes on ­ which violates the conservation of energy principle.

Yogita Ingle 2 months, 1 week ago

According to lenz’s law, the induced EMF always opposed the cause which is producing it.

If the cause of the induced EMF is a time varying current, then the induced EMF opposes the changes in current and maintaining status quo.

If the cause is growth of current in the loop then, the induced EMF establishes a current in opposite direction opposing the cause. Similarly, if the cause of induced EMF is decay in the current then the induced EMF establishes a current in original current direction, Thus again opposing the growth. Thus, lenz’s law is in accordance with the law of conservation of energy principle.

If lenz’s law is wrong, then the induced EMF support the cause. Then the induced EMF further increases the rate of change of phiB and the induced EMF again supports, if this continues the energy of the circuit goes on ­ which violates the conservation of energy principle.

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Gagandeep Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

NTSE 1 is at the state level The students selected in NTSE 1 are selected for NTSE 2...........All the 10th class students can give this exam who scored good marks in 9th standard.
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Ojal Rao 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Understand and analyse the syllabus First cover the chapters you find easy quickly and then proceed to the chapters which you find difficult and give them proper amount of time and concentration After you have covered all the syllabus just attempt some mock tests and attempt the previous year question papers you can even download some separate papers for mental ability test and scholastic aptitude test from the internet aur even the my CBSE guide app As you know that that social science has a major wastage of marks that is 40 marks so focus on that and make sure your covered every chapter at least once That is my strategy and and I hope It helped you.... Good luck buddy 😊

Aditya Yadav 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Ok

Gagandeep Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

No need to worry NTSE syllabus include only the 9th and 10th standard

Sakshi Jagtap 2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Jeeya Thapar Thapar 2 months, 2 weeks ago

check from app
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Ankita Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

All English syllabus is delete in NTSE paper
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Thanu Naidu 1 month, 1 week ago

There is no time how to crack yaar plss help 😭😭😭

Gagandeep Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

Complete ur NCERT first and then move to a bit higher level
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Gagandeep Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

Sin²theta/2
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Ojal Rao 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Study package for NTSE by Mc Graw Hill publications

Rihanshu Rajput 2 months ago

Your phone

Ankita Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

Study package for NTSE class 10 book
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Gaurav Seth 3 months ago

1. Apply the question to yourself

This is the best way to solve blood relation questions. Here you try and relate every statement to yourself. The starting name of the statement could be assumed as your name or you

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2. Break the question into very small parts

When the statement is very long, it can get confusing. So break down every statement in the question into sub statements and solve the question.
 

3. Do not assume the gender

Do not assume the gender of any person in the question just based on the names given in the question.
 

4. Draw clear diagrams as you solve

An easy trick to solve such questions with 100% accuracy is to draw a family try where people of the same generation are placed at the same level and the entire diagram is in the form of a hierarchy.

Indicate + for Male candidate
Indicate – for Female candidate
Indicate <=> for Couple
Indicate - - - - for Same Generation like brother - - - brother (or) sister - - - sister (or) sister - - -brother
Indicate–––––for Different generations like father–––––son (or) mother––––son (or) father––––daughter (or) Mother ––––– daughter

 

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Gaurav Seth 3 months ago

ANSWER

 

Let A and B start from point O. 

A goes 3 km North and then turns rights and covers 4 km

B turns right and walks for 5 km and then turns right and walks 3 km. 

So A and B are apart by 5+4 km = 9 km.

option A

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Prachi Sethi 2 months, 3 weeks ago

No

Shivam Singh 3 months ago

Not confirmed
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Gagandeep Singh 2 months, 2 weeks ago

16 November

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