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B overcooking decreases the nutritive value of food

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Read the given passage and answer the questions 46 and 47.
The force of friction not only tends to stop a moving object, it also tends to stop a stationary object from moving. That is why it is difficult to push a stone to get it to move on a rough surface.

Friction is almost independent of.
(i) velocity of moving body
(ii) Weight of moving body
(iii) Nature of contact surface of moving body
(iv) Shape of moving body

A(i) and (iv)
B(ii) and (iii)
C(ii) only
DNone of these


when velocity is 0 static friction comes into play and when the velocity increases kinetic fraction comes into action and thus the friction decreases

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AND when shape of an object is spherical it undergoes rolling friction and when the shape is a flat surface the moving object undergoes sliding friction which is greater than rolling friction

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Dude,Just have done go to the revision station and do all the things you have done wrong again.Then check the solution. COMMON SENSE MAN !!!

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b has reticulate venation and the other has parallel venation

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A. Coil

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I think the answer is (b)

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Here opt c is correct as if we add all the digits of the no.s in the opt a , b, and d the result is 29 where opt c gives the result 27. Thus, the odd one is the opt c.

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Deepak is standing in line there are 21 students in line. So , he is one standing in middle so 21 - 1 = 20 . So 20 divide by 2= 10 . Thus , there are 10 students from right as well as left .

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Deepak is standing in line there are 21 students in line. So , he is one standing in middle so 21 - 1 = 20 . So 20 divide by 2= 10 . Thus , there are 10 students from right as well as left .

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the answer should be 55

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We all love to wear our blue jeans but what do we know about them? It all began in the Nevada region of the United States. In the 1850s, there were many people searching for gold and mining for it. This was called the Gold Rush. Miners had to dig deep to find even a little gold. They had to work very hard and for a long time. Their clothes tore easily. A miner’s wife decided to get a sturdy pair of trousers for her husband. So, she went to a tailor named Jacob W. Davis and told him what she wanted.
He was not an ordinary tailor. He used to stitch horse blankets, wagon covers and tents. Jacob understood what his customer wanted. It had to be strong cotton cloth and should not tear easily. He found some material called denim with a man named Levi Strauss. He stitched the first pair of denim overalls. To make the pair last longer, Jacob decided to fix small metal pins or rivets near the pockets, zipper and other areas to make them last longer. The overalls were tough and looked strong. Soon, everyone wanted a pair of riveted pants!
Davis decided to own the design. So, he became partners with Levi Strauss. Together, they got the denim overalls patented on 20th May, 1873 and Levi Strauss Jeans was born. There was no looking back from then on. Hollywood cowboy movies cast their actors in Levi’s and made them famous all across America. They soon became a symbol of young, American culture. Some people felt that denim overalls were ‘worker’s clothes’ and not right for school. Yet, in 1959, a newspaper reported that 90% of young Americans were wearing denim pants everywhere except to bed and church. By the 1960s, the name ‘jeans’ was given to the blue overalls.
Europe and parts of Asia wanted them too and they became famous worldwide. Soon, people of all ages wore them. In 1969, a magazine reported that denim is one of the oldest fabrics but will remain eternally young. How true!

According to the passage, what does the phrase 'eternally young' mean?

A Remain young always
B Stay alive endlessly
C Be liked by many forever
D Show no wear and tear


Check if A is the correct option.

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