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Is petrol a mixture or a compound?

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It should be since there is less space in the tube p1 than tube p2

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 4

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RADDISH IS A ROOT!!!!

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Edible part of radish is leaves and roots. So, P can be radish. Edible part of turnip is roots. So, Q can be turnip. Edible part of lotus is stem. So, R can be lotus. Edible part of broccoli is flower. So, S can be broccoli. Edible part of pumpkin is fruit. So, T can be pumpkin.


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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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S is the Ovary of the female reproductive part of the plant. But it’s the Stigma which first receives the pollen grains from anther. These pollens then travel down through the Style and reach the Ovary.


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hye guy's house for rent on Friday the 25th will also have some of you to get some sleep over at your place on top and I have no problem for a little

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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Read the given passage and answer the question that follow.
The polar regions are covered with snow. There may also be snowfall in mountain regions during the winter. The trees growing on mountains are cone-shaped, with sloping branches. Many of them, such as pine, have sharp needle-like leaves. Animals living on mountains have thick skin or fur to protect themselves from cold, e.g., yaks and snow leopards.
What other adaptation(s) of animals is/are observed in the colder areas?

ABirds and mammals of colder areas are larger in size as compared to their equivalents in warmer areas.
BAnimals of colder areas have shorter extremities (e.g., tail, ears, feet) as compared to animals in warmer areas.
CBirds of colder areas have broader wings.
DBoth a and b.


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