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Define drawings with examples
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What is catabolism??
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Iargest phylum
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Sia 🤖 an hour ago

Arthropod, any member of the phylum Arthropoda, the largest phylum in the animal kingdom, which includes such familiar forms as lobsters, crabs, spiders, mites, insects, centipedes, and millipedes.
Draw a chart showing accounting process
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What is accounting process
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Sia 🤖 an hour ago

The accounting process is a series of activities that begins with a transaction and ends with the closing of the books.
Give in depth summary of the poem photograph
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Sia 🤖 an hour ago

The poem, 'A photograph', contrasts the eternal state of nature and the transitory state of human beings. The poet describes a photograph that captures interesting moments of her mother's childhood when she went for a sea holiday with her two girl cousins.
1. What is the relationship between journal and ledger? 2 . Why it is said where book keeping ends accounting begins?
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Sia 🤖 3 hours ago

The Journal is a book where all the financial transactions are recorded for the first time. When the transactions are entered in the journal, then they are posted into individual accounts known as Ledger. The Journal is a subsidiary book, whereas Ledger is a principal book.
Bookkeeping is responsible for the recording of financial transactions. Accounting is responsible for interpreting, classifying, analyzing, reporting and summarizing financial data.

Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

Journal

Ledger

It is the original book

It is the book of final entry

It is the book for chronological order entry

It is the book for analytical record entry

It is the book of source entry which has greater legal evidence

It has lesser legal evidence

Transaction is the basis of classification of data within the journal

Account is the basis of classification of data within the ledger

Capacitans
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Write about fundamental forces in nature
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Yogita Ingle 3 hours ago

The forces which we see in our day to day life like muscular, friction, forces due to compression and elongation of springs and strings, fluid and gas pressure, electric, magnetic, interatomic and intermolecular forces are derived forces as their originations are due to a few fundamental forces in nature.

A few fundamental forces are:

  1. Gravitational Force: It is the force of mutual attraction between any two objects by virtue of their masses. It is a universal force as every object experiences this force due to every other object in the universe.
  2. Electromagnetic Force: It is the force between charged particles. Charges at rest have electric attraction (between unlike charges) and repulsion (between like charges). Charges in motion produce magnetic force. Together they are called Electromagnetic Force.
  3. Strong Nuclear Force: It is the attractive force between protons and neutrons in a nucleus.It is charge-independent and acts equally between a proton and a proton, a neutron and a neutron, and a proton and a neutron. Recent discoveries show that protons and neutrons are built of elementary particles, quarks.
  4. Weak Nuclear Force: This force appears only in certain nuclear processes such as the β-decay of a nucleus. In β-decay, the nucleus emits an electron and an uncharged particle called neutrino.This particle was first predicted by Wolfgang Pauli in 1931.
How to identify a set
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What is the difference between M and m?
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Ss Jj an hour ago

M refers to the molarity whereas m refers to molality .

A Good Youtuber 13 hours ago

M is capital letter and m is small letter is the only diference
What do you mean by physical quantity
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Preet Anand 15 hours ago

Physical properties that can be quantified is known as physical quantity. For example:- mass, weight ,volume,distance,displacement,etc
Write a note on the evolution of earth
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Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

EVOLUTION OF THE EARTH

1. The earth was initially barren rocky and hot Object
2. Hydrogen and helium were present
3. It was formed about 4.6 by a the earth was Layered structure
4. Lighter layer is formed at the outer surface
5. Density increase to wards inside the core

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