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Steps for Conversion of Celsius to Fahrenheit

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Phrasal Verbs Exercise - With solutions

Fill in each blank with an appropriate word or phrase. 1. The lawyer is going ……………………………. the case. 2. The bridge gave ……………………………. as it was very old. 3. Her shoes are not going …&hel . . .

Phrasal Verbs Exercise - With solutions

Fill in each blank with an appropriate word or phrase. 1. She will do………………………….. a car but will not take a loan. 2. The old man has drawn ………………………….. his plans. 3. She is not unduly worried about funds as she . . .

Phrasal Verbs Exercise - With solutions

Fill in each blank with an appropriate word or phrase.            1. Our expenses came………………………………. three thousand rupees.            2. She came……&hel . . .

Phrasal Verbs Exercise - With solutions

Fill in each blank with an appropriate word or phrase.            1. The doctor was called……………………………… when the girls became unconscious.            2. The match was . . .

Phrasal Verbs Exercise - With solutions

Fill in each blank with an appropriate word or phrase.            1. Our shop brings…………………………………..a large sum of money.            2. A good tree brings &hel . . .

Question: If all the angles of a 14-sided figure are equal, find the measure of each angle.

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Given? (m-a)/(m-b)= 2c/3d. Make m the subject.

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Cell is the structural and functional unit of life

Q. Why is the cell called the structural and functional unit of life? Ans. Each living cell has the capacity to perform certain basic functions that are characteristic of all living forms. Each cell has some specific components in it known as cell organelles. Each cell acquires its structure and ability to function because of the organisation of its . . .

Food Preservation

To prevent spoilage of food the food is preserved & made germ free by some techniques under food preservation. (a) Boiling or heating – Boiling water kills bacteria & at increased pressure it kills even spores so the canning industry employes heating to kill bacteria before packing & sealing food. (b) Salting – Used to . . .

Accommodation of Eye

Accommodation of Eye for near & distant objects This is the process of focusing of eye at different distances. • Mainly brought about by a change in the curvature of the elastic lens making it thinner& fatter. • For distant objects the lens become more flattened or thinner. • For near vision (nearer than 6 meter) the lens be . . .

Economic Importance of Bacteria

Useful role of Bacteria In Medicine (i) Production of antibiotics 1. Antibiotic – An antibiotic is a chemical substance produced by a living organism which can stop the growth of some disease producing bacteria and fungi e.g. streptomycin, chloromycetin, tetracycline, penicillin etc. 2. Penicillin is the first produced antibiotic discovered by . . .

Twins & Test Tube Babies

Fraternal Twins (Produced from two eggs) Some times two eggs are released from ovaries at a time and both may get fertilized to produce two individuals. Such twins produced from two eggs are called fraternal twins. Fraternal twins may be either both boys, or both girl, or one boy and one girl. Also known as Diovular or Dizygotic twins. About . . .

Blood Corpuscles (Red Blood Cells)

RBCs (Erythrocytes) Structure Biconcave, disk shaped, colourless (red due to haemoglobin), spongy, flat at center & thick & round at periphery. 2 micron in size. Count About 4.5 to 5 million / mm3 but in infants 6 – 7 million / mm3 Its count lowers by 5% during sleep & increases during pregnancy & emotion . . .

Different types White Blood Cells

Types of WBCs . . .

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