Comprehension 2 Practice worksheet

04 Mar 2016| Posted by: Eric Mathews
Nehru as well as her daughter & successor, Smt. Indira Gandhi, were well aware that only a firm anchorage in the Indian identity could unite the nation & enable it to make an impact on the world. In these days of mutual interdependence, the western powers & America cannot afford to ignore what is happening…

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Factorization and How to do Factorization

04 Mar 2016| Posted by: Scarlett
Prime factorization (Prime Decomposition) Prime numbers are those numbers which can be divided only by 1 or itself. Prime numbers are basic building blocks of all numbers. For example: 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 etc… These numbers can’t be divided by any other number. Prime factorization means factorized the number till we are not getting…

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03 Feb 2016| Posted by: Eric Mathews
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Study the 6 Type of Chemical Reactions with Example

25 Jan 2016| Posted by: Sarge Maisky
Chemical Reaction and its meaning- A chemical reaction is when two or more than two chemical compounds or elements react to form some other entirely different chemical compound.Like A + B -> C + D In the above reaction the reactants A and B combine to form two different substances C and D which are…

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Steps to Solve a Quadratic Equation

16 Jan 2016| Posted by: Scarlett
Many students have the problem to solve a quadratic equation. Here is the step by step solution of a quadratic equation. First of all you must know what a quadratic equation is. A quadratic equation is an equation where the highest exponent of a variable is 2. Quadratic means Square that is single variable second order polynomial equation. For…

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Sources of Energy

03 Aug 2015| Posted by: Jane Bishop
We, in our daily lives, use energy from various sources for doing work. Few uses are mentioned below: Petrol/CNG/Diesel required for running vehicles Gas required for running stove Electricity required to operate lights, AC, computer etc. What are the various sources of energy available to us: Fossil Fuels Hydro power plant Wind energy Solar energy…

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Balancing Of the Chemical Equations

17 Apr 2015| Posted by: Sarge Maisky
The chemical equations are the representation of the Chemical Reactions. To represent the reaction that is taking place we use the chemical symbols. The Chemical equation has 2 parts basically. These are: Reactants Products Reactants are the substances that combine in the Chemical Reaction and the Products are the substances that are the result of…

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Type of Fractions and How to add Fractions

12 May 2014| Posted by: Scarlett
WHOLE NUMBERS The natural numbers along with zero are called Whole numbers. Eg: 0 , 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ,5 , ……….. 1. The smallest whole number is zero where as the largest whole number cannot be obtained 2. Consecutive whole numbers differ by one(1) 3. If ‘x’ is any whole number…

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What is Cube and How to find out Cube Root

22 Feb 2014| Posted by: Scarlett
Cube All objects in the world are three-dimensional. It means that everything in this world has length, breadth, and height. So we can say 3-D figures are solid figures. A cube is a solid figure which has its entire sides equal in measurements. The measurements of quantity in an object or the volume or capacity…

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What is Force and Motion

03 Feb 2014| Posted by: Jane Bishop
Force-  It is a push or pulls. A force can give the energy to an object and then the object start moving, stop moving, or change its motion. Force can cause a change in velocity also. For example- Gravity, Friction, Magnitude etc. This picture clearly shows the force. There are two types of force 1)…

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