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Yogita Ingle 37 minutes ago

King Victor Emmanuel II was proclaimed as the king of united Italy. The complete unification of Italy was achieved in 1871.

Book nhi kholi kya??! Chap 1 history class 10
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Pb (No3)2(s) heat pbo(s)+No2(g)+o2(g)
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Thrima Irani 37 minutes ago

6.022 * 10^23 is Avogardo's number.
1.67 shayad
Kch 6.67. x 10^27 thaaa shayad😅
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Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

⇒2x-3=0                                    or                            ⇒3x+1=0
⇒x=3/2                                       or                           ⇒ x= - 1/3
α=3/2 ,β= - 1/3
⇒α+β= -b/a
⇒3/2+(-1/3)= - (-3)/6
⇒7/6 =1/2
 ⇒ 3/2(-1/3)= -7/6
⇒-1/2= -7/6

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Mk Raj 56 minutes ago

The process of green plant for preparing their food is called photosynthesis.

Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

The process by which green plants prepare food is called photosynthesis. During this process; the solar energy is converted into chemical energy and carbohydrates are formed. Green leaves are the main sites of photosynthesis. The green portion of the plant contains a pigment chloroplast; which contains chlorophyll.

Aadya Singh 2 hours ago

The process by which plants make their own food by using water and carbon dioxide in the presence of chlorophyll and sunlight..
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Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

“Centre-State relations” of Indian Federalism constitute the core of federalism and they are regulated by the provisions of the Constitution.
(i) The division of powers between the Union and the States, as given in the Indian Constitution has a strong bias in favour of the Centre. Various kinds of restrictions are imposed upon the states.
(ii) Administrative relations. The Indian Constitution is based on the principle that the executive power is co-extensive with the Legislative power i.e., Union and state executives can deal with all matters on which legislature legislates.
(iii) In the administrative affairs also the centre acquires control over states through All India Services, Grant-in-Aid etc.
Hence, restructuring of the centre-state relations is one more way in which federalism has been strengthened in practice.

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Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

The metallic body of electric appliances is connected to the earth wire so that any leakage of electric current is transferred to the ground. This prevents severe electric shock to the user. That is why earthing of the electrical appliances is necessary.

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Locate at new delhi, mumbai, Chennai,kolkata, Guwahati e.t.c.

Aditi Sachan 3 hours ago

I don't know about the answer
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Mk Raj 55 minutes ago

Where had you gone?

Rajesh Sehrawat 3 hours ago

Where had you gone ?
Where had you gone?
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Mk Raj 54 minutes ago

The girls have done their homework.

Rajesh Sehrawat 3 hours ago

The girls have done thier homework
Girls have their homework
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Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

Autotrophs Heterotrophs
Autotrophs are organisms that prepare their own food. Heterotrophs depend upon other organisms for nutrition.
These are known as the producers and include green plants, algae and a few photosynthetic bacteria. These are the consumers and include cows, buffaloes, tigers, horses, etc.
These can be classified as photoautotrophs and chemoautotrophs. These can be classified as photoheterotrophs and chemoheterotrophs.
The chloroplast helps in preparing food. They do not contain chloroplast so cannot prepare food.
They obtain energy from inorganic sources by converting light energy into chemical energy. They obtain energy directly or indirectly from other organisms.
Autotrophs can store light energy and chemical energy. Heterotrophs cannot store energy.
They are placed at the primary level in the food chain. These are placed in secondary or tertiary level in the food chain.
These can move from one place to another in search of food and shelter. They cannot move from their place.
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Herbivorous have long small intestine like rabbit. And Omnivorous organisms have short small intestine.
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4x²-100x-15x+375=0 || 4x(x-25)-15(x-25)=0 || (4x-15)(x-25) || x=15/4 or 25
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Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

Digestive enzymes such as amylase, lipase, pepsin, trypsin, etc. helps to break the complex food particles into simple ones so that these simple particles can be easily absorbed by the blood and thus transported to all the cells of the body.

Digestive enzymes helps in digesting complex food materials into simpler molecules for absorption by the body
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1: it is the newer alluvial soil formed by the silts of river. 2: it is lighter in colour and sandy and more fertile.
Bangar is old alluvial soil. It has higher concentration of kanker nodules. It is infertile

Rakshit Goel 4 hours ago

Banger- older alluvial soil, less fertile, found on a elevation from the river, replenish in long time Khadar-new alluvium,more fertile found at banks of river , replenishment in every one or two years
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Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

Pressure groups are the organisations that attempt to influence government policies. These organisations are formed when people with common occupation, interest, aspirations and opinions come together in order to achieve a common objective.

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Autotrophic organisms makes their own food.and Heterotrophic organisms takes their food from others.
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Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

It is said that genes control the characteristic or trait but the question arises how ?  The genes control the characteristic by making a specific protein. Genes are the segment of DNA that contains information to form RNA which ultimately forms protein. Each gene contains two alleles and this instructs the cell to make protein for expression of traits.

If the plant has gene for green seeds then it will make protein which will give green colour to seeds.

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