## NCERT Class-10 Chapter-6 “Life Processes” Solution

Life Processes EXERCISE Q.1 The kidneys in human beings are a part of the system Nutrition Respiration                               ANS: (c) Excretion Excretion Transportation Q.2 The xylem in plants are responsible for Transport of water Transport of food                            ANS: (a) Transport of water Transport of amino acid Transport of oxygen Q.3 The Read more…

## NCERT Class-10 Science Chapter-9 “Heredity and Evolution” Part-I : Heredity

Genetics is deals with the study of Heredity and Variation. Heredity: It refers to the transmission of characters from parents to offspring i.e. one generation to the next generation. Variation: It refers to the differences in the characters or traits between the parent and offspring. This variation genetically determined feature Read more…

## NCERT Class 10 English First Flight Chapter-1 A Letter to God by G.L. Fuentes Complete Solution.

Summary        A Letter to God is an ironical story, which goes around the life of a farmer Lencho and his faith in god. Lencho being a farmer expects a good amount of rainfall, so that his crops can grow flaunting good variety of crops. But for his surprise the Read more…

## Class – 11 Ncert Physics Complete Notes on Chapter – 4 Motion In A Plane

Assignment for chapter 4 Scalars: A quantity which has only magnitude but doesn’t have any direction is called Scalar. For example: mass, temperature, speed, energy, density, volume etc. Scalar quantities are represented as numbers and hence can be positive and negative numbers. Scalars are added , subtracted and multiplied like Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 10 PHYSICS CHAPTER 11 THE HUMAN EYE AND COLOURFUL WORLD COMPLETE SOLUTION

N.B. For detailed solution download the pdf 1. The human eye can focus on objects at different distances by adjusting the focal length of the eye lens. This is due to(a) Presbyopia(b) accommodation(c) near-sightedness(d) Far-sightedness Ans: (b) Accommodation 2. The human eye forms the image of an object at its        Read more…

## Figure of Speech

Figures of Speech A figure of speech is a phrase or word having different meanings than its literal meanings. A figure of speech or rhetorical figure or schemes is an intentional deviation from the ordinary language, chosen to produce a rhetorical effect. In simple terms, Figure of Speech is said Read more…

## NCERT Geography class 10 chapter 2 solutions Forest and wildlife Resource

NCERT Geography class 10 chapter 2 solutions Forest and wildlife Resource 1. Multiple choice questions. (i) Which of these statements is not a valid reason for the depletion of flora and fauna?  (a) Agricultural expansion.  (b) Large scale developmental projects.  (c) Grazing and fuel wood collection.  (d) Rapid industrialisation and Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 10 PHYSICS CHAPTER 11 HUMAN EYE AND THE COLOURFUL WORLD COMPLETE NOTE

CONTENT INTRODUCTION HUMAN EYE AND ITS CONSTUCTION POWER OF ACCOMODATION DEFECTS OF VISION AND THEIR CORRECTION REFRACTION OF LIGHT THROUGH PRISM DISPERSION  OF WHITE LIGHT BY GLASS PRISM HOW RAINBOW IS CREATED ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AND ITS APPLICATION SCATTERING OF LIGHT AND ITS APPLICATION INTRODUCTION: If someone asks you which organ Read more…

## NCERT Class 9 Economics Chapter 3 Poverty as a Challenge

INTRODUCTION This chapter deals with one of the most difficult challenges faced by independent India—poverty. There are various dimensions of poverty: Above all poverty means living with a sense of helplessness. Poverty is one of the major problems in India. Every fourth person in India is poor. This means, roughly Read more…

## NCERT SOLUTIONS CLASS 11 Chapter – 1 The Living World

The Living World 1. Why are living organisms classified ? Ans- There is large variety of living organisms ( plants ,animals and microorganisms) found on the earth . They are different from each other on the basis of shape ,habit,habitat ,mode of nutrition etc. The number of species that are Read more…

## Social Justice

Social Justice What is Justice? In ancient Indian Society, Justice was associated with dharma& maintaining dharma or a just social order, was considered to be a primary duty of Kings. In 4th century B.C. Athens (Greece), Plato discussed issues of Justice in his books “The Republic”. The young people ask Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 9 Science GRAVITATION Complete Notes

INTRODUCTION In a cricket match when batsman hit the ball with his bat, ball will go upward and after sometime it comes back on the ground . In  chapter of motion we learnt about the force is the cause of motion but when ball  reaches its top position why it Read more…

## STRUCTURE OF ATOM- SUMMARY

The atomic theory of matter was first proposed on a firm scientific basis by John Dalton, called Dalton’s atomic theory, regarded the atom as the ultimate particle of matter. In his theory he proposed the following : 1. Matter consists of indivisible atoms. 2. All the atoms of a given Read more…

## Class 11 Hornbill Chapter 3 Discovering Tut: the Saga Continues By A. R. Williams

SUMMARY OF THE TEXT It was 6 p.m. on January 5, 2005 when the mummy of Tutankhamun moved smoothly and quietly into CT scanner which had been carried to Tut’s resting place. The aim was to probe the persisting medical mysteries of this young ruler who died more than 3,300 Read more…

## Class-11 NCERT Physics Chapter-2 ( Units and Measurements) Complete Solutions

EXERCISES 2.1. Fill in the blanks (a) The volume of a cube of side 1 cm is equal to…..m3 (b) The surface area of a solid cylinder of radius 2.0 cm and height 10.0 cm is equal to      …(mm)2 (c) A vehicle moving with a speed of 18 km h-1 Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 12 COMPLETE NOTES CHEMISTRY CHAPTER 2 Electrochemistry

For Class 12 Online Classes feel free to email- [email protected] or Whats App – 7254930990) WHAT IS ELECTROCHEMISTRY? Electrochemistry is the branch of chemistry which deals with the study of production of electricity from energy released during the spontaneous chemical reactions and the use of electrical energy to bring about Read more…

## NCERT Science – Biology – Class 9 – Why Do We Fall Ill?

Health = state of being well to function properly physically, mentally and socially Physical health – proper functioning of your whole body without difficulty Social health – clean and hygienic society with proper access to natural resources Mental health – having a positive attitude to interact with others (social equality) Read more…

## NCERT Class 12 English Flamingo Lost Spring Complete Solutions

Exercise Intext Questions Q1) What is Saheb looking for in the garbage dumps? Where is he and where has he come from? Ans.- Saheb is looking for a rupee in the garbage dumps. He lives in Seemapuri & comes from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Q2) What explanation does the author offer for Read more…

## What is Equality?

What is Equality? Our general understanding of equality tell us that all human beings should be entitled to the same respect & consideration because of their common humanity. Equality of Opportunities The concept of equality implies that all people, as human beings, are entitled to the same rights & opportunities Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 10 PHYSICS EXERCISE SOLUTION OF CHAPTER 10 LIGHT REFLECTION AND REFRACTION

SOLUTION OF EXERCISE 1. Which one of the following materials cannot be used to make a lens?    a) Water      b) glass    c) plastic    d) clay  ANS: d) clay (because lens is formed from transparent objects like water, glass, plastic. But not clay because it is an opaque medium) 2. Read more…

## Complete Notes on 11th Ncert Physics Chapter 3 (Motion In a Straight Line)

REST, MOTION AND REFERENCE FRAME Kinematics is the branch of physics that deals with motion of bodies without inquiring its cause (the concept of forces).  A Particle is defined as matter of infinitesimally small size. Thus a particle has only a definite position but no dimension. A certain amount of Read more…

## NCERT Class 11 English Chapter 2 We’re Not Afraid To Die… if We Can All Be Together”

We’re not afraid to die… if we can all be together By Gordon Cook and Alan East A Brief introduction to the authors: Gordon Cook :- Gordon Cook (born December 3, 1978, in Toronto) is a two-time Canadian Olympic sailor. He sails for the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. He is the son Read more…

## CBSE Notes Class 10 Geography Chapter 2 – Forest and Wildlife Resources

CBSE Notes Class 10 Geography Chapter 2 – Forest and Wildlife Resources We humans along with all living organisms form a complex web of an ecological system. Chapter 2 of Class 10 Geography starts with the introduction of flora and fauna in India. The chapter subsequently discusses the important role Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 10 PHYSICS CHAPTER LIGHT REFLECTION AND REFRACTION NOTE PART 2

Chapter 10(part 2) REFLECTION AND REFRACTION OF LIGHT CONTENT REFRACTION OF LIGHT REFRACTION THROUGH A RECTANGULAR GLASS SLAB REFRACTIVE INDEX REFRACTION THROUGH SPHERICAL LENSES IMAGE FORMATION BY LENSES SIGN CONVENTION FOR SPHERICAL LENSES LENS FORMULA AND MAGNIFICATION POWER OF A LENS  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REFLECTION AND REFRACTION TEST FOR PRACTICE Read more…

## NCERT CLASS 9 SOCIAL SCIENCE ECONOMICS NOTES OF CHAPTER 2 PEOPLE AS RESOURCE

CHAPTER 2: PEOPLE AS RESOURCE INTRODUCTION                             This chapter is about the human population and how it can be turned into an asset for the economy. Like other resources, the population also is a resource – a ‘human resource’. The human population is not a problem but a very important asset Read more…

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