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Who writed ramyan?

Shalini answered  •  Apr 28, 2021
Check @Shailvi Srivastava 's answer.Widely explained

Who was birsa munda? what part did birsa munda play in organizing his people against the zamindar and the british rule? What was his vision of golden Age?

Vijay Singh answered  •  Dec 24, 2019
11 chapter pmay de rakha hai 40 joule per second time hamen gyat karna hai height hamen de rakhe 10 metre mass 10 kg

Why was the early universe so hot?

Priyal Gupta answered  •  Aug 07, 2019
Not know what the accurate answer is.


Harpreet Rishi answered  •  Mar 05, 2019
Oscar Wilde's short story 'The Selfish Giant' has been enjoyed by generations of children as a fable about selfishness and redemption. This lesson will look at some of the hidden meanings beneath the children's story.

Vishwani Damathia answered  •  Jan 03, 2019
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गलाकाट प्रतियोगिता क्या है?

Swati Singh answered  •  Dec 27, 2018
Cut throat competition is a term that was widely used to describe the reason for consumer protection regulation, labour law, and enfourcement of competition law of antitrust, in the late 19th and early 20th century. in economics cut throat competition is also referred to as ruinous excessive or unfettered competition.

Is light a wave or a particle experiment?

Aditi Kamra answered  •  Oct 09, 2018
The idea is called wave-particle duality, and is a fundamental tenet of the theory of quantum mechanics. Depending on which type of experiment is used, light, or any other type of particle, will behave like a particle or like a wave. So far, both aspects of light's nature haven't been observed at the same time.

What is echo .example ?

Astronomy Lover answered  •  Sep 10, 2018
Echo means the reflection of sound wave .This sound reflects from an obstacle and reaches the listener after some time. For example . echo produced by the bottom of a well.

What is the speed of light in perfect vacuum?

Nalini Iyer answered  •  Sep 07, 2018
The speed of light in a vacuum is 186,282 miles per second (299,792 kilometers per second), and in theory nothing can travel faster than light.

What happens when two neutron stars collide?

Ayushi Dandelkar answered  •  Aug 31, 2018
For the first time, scientists have seen the source of gravitational waves from two colliding neutron stars, and the space oddity doesn't stop there. Those neutron stars might have collapsed into a black hole after they merged, scientists say. ... Scientist call the phenomenon a "kilonova."
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