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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 8
Can someone please explain this question?

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Class : Class 8
Time taken to utter single syllable=1/5th of a sSpeed of sound in air=330m s^-1 or 330m/sso distance to reflecting surface=1/5 * 330 as that will give the distance=66.0mSo, distance to reflecting surface is 66.0m

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 4

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THE ANSWER IS D AS FROG HAS 4 STAGES IN IT'S LIFE CYCLE ,BUT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE IT'S PARENT.WHILE,MOSQUITO HAS THREE SYTAGES IN IT'S LIFE CYCLE AND DOES NOT LOOK LIKE IT'S PARENT.I MADE THE SAME MISTAKE IN THE PREVIOUS TEST

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the answer is d as the mosquito does not look like the parent , has 3 stages of life and lays eggs while frog does not look like the adult , has 4 stages of life and lays eggs .

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Class : Class 3
The answer which is given in the SOF application is wrong, because a frog has four life stages in his life stages, the correct answer must be moth because it has only three life stages in his life cycle and the parent and child do not look same,

Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

Class : Class 5
ans is B

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ANS A

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Class : Class 5
super easy answer. it is 'A'

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 5

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question is incomplete

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Class : Class 6
Where is the question? Isn't it very vague?

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Class : Class 5
If they don't give the complete question, we all will get it wrongSOF please look into this matter

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The question is there in the solution please check

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Class : Class 5
where is the question???????????????????????????

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Class : Class 5
No relevant question

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Class : Class 5
see the solution the question is how many kharif crops are there. there are 6.

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Class : Class 6

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There is no question!

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What is the question?????????????????????????????????

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Class : Class 5
where is the question ??????????????????

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question????????????????

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Class : Class 6
they did not give the question .

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Class : Class 4
no question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Class : Class 6
there is no proper question?

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Class : Class 4
There is no question and when I reported that error, it just came as "invalid"

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Class : Class 5
The question is incomplete

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Class : Class 4
No question?????????????????????????????

Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 8
Please explain how the deviation has happened at 180 degrees

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Class : Class 8
but due to water refraction will also take place

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Class : Class 8
Key Idea: Phenomenon of reflection is independent of medium. The deviation produced by combination of two plane mirrors is Î´=2Ïâ2Î¸ =2Ïâ2ÃÏ2 (Î¸=90o) â Î´=Ï=180o. Hence, total deviation in incident ray is180o

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Class : Class 8
Why does the deviation happen to be 180 degrees

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Class : Class 6
Thank You Mr.Rahul

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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D

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D

Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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D

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Class : Class 7
according to me D is correct

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Class : Class 6
According to me D is the correct answer

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Class : Class 7
pls explain how the answer is B

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Class : Class 6
pls explain how the answer is B

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D is definitely the correct answer

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When a battery is constructed such that all the positive terminal of the cells are connected to a same point and all the negative terminals of the cells are connected to another point then the grouping of cells in this manner is called the Parallel Grouping of cells. The two end terminals of the construct where all the positive and negative terminals of the cells are connected act as the corresponding terminal of the battery.

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According to me D is the correct answer as a wire should be connected from a terminal of a battery to the - terminal of the battery for longer stay of electric circuit, and this rule is satisfied by the circuit shown in option D.

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Answer B is the correct answer as the question specified for the arrangement which will allow the bulb to stay lighted for the longest possible time. Option B is connected as One cell as per the circuit (all connections are in parallel), While Option D is in Series (in case of failure of one cell, the circuit will not work as the current will not pass through the cell)

Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 7
There seems to be an error in this. We feel that it is B

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Class : Class 6
the correct answer is c as it is given weaving fibres not weaving yarn.read the question carefully.

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Class : Class 6
I agree with A Ramakrishna's point

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Class : Class 7
It is C!!!!! Be careful!!!!!!!!!

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Class : Class 1
there is an error. the answer is C

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Class : Class 6
Answer is C. ttraj's point is true.

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Class : Class 7
I think the is option B

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Class : Class 6
Both statements are true

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Class : Class 6
its an error as weaving is done as sam eas decribed in statement 2 i think answer should be ...............BBBBB......................

Class : Class 7