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Moonlight Stargirl answered  •  3 hours ago
The physical force that keeps objects where they are or keeps them moving in which direction they are travelling

Ya chapter 9 class ka to nai hain?

Aman Iqbal answered  •  4 hours ago
Sir wo 9 ka chapter milty nae Hain book sy

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Sukant Kumar answered  •  4 hours ago
We should listen to our parents what they said.we should follow them in the places where we go newly and don't know about this place.

Who where soviet .describe their role in revolution
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Dinesh Kale answered  •  5 hours ago
Socialist and communist bodies in different levels are known as Soviets. They played a very important role in Russian revolution. Lenin and Stalin were the important members of Bolsheviks socialist party. They were once who lead the Russian revolution.

Name the part of neuron which carries impulses from cyton
  • a)
    Cell body
  • b)
    Dendrite
  • c)
    Axon
  • d)
    All of these
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

Nagalakshmi Rajan answered  •  6 hours ago
Axon is the part of the neuron which carries impulses from cyton as the impulse is transported through the long structure(axon) and reaches the terminal of a neuron from where the impulse is transmitted

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What are mechanical waves?

Raiyan Zaib answered  •  6 hours ago
A mechanical wave is a wave that is not capable of transmitting its energy through a vacuum. Mechanical waves require a medium in order to transport their energy from one location to another. A sound wave is an example of a mechanical wave. Sound wavesare incapable of traveling through a vacuum
Some of the most common examples ofmechanical waves are water waves, soundwaves, and seismic waves.
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Moonlight Stargirl answered  •  7 hours ago
RER- Rough endoplasmic reticulum, series of connected flattened sacs, part of a continuous membrane organelle within the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells, that plays a central role in the synthesis of proteins. RER occurs in both, animal cells and plant cells

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Who told Margie once about real books ? 
  • a)
    her father                                               
  • b)
    Tommy 
  • c)
    the mechanical teacher                          
  • d)
    her grandfather
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Sukant Kumar answered  •  9 hours ago
Grandmother told Margie once about real books , she said that when she has a time of going school she and other children goes to a separate building for learning and their they have human teachers who teaches them a book which was made up of papers and was surrounded by soft/hard bound of paper.This books also colourful pictures and we have to turn it's pages by our hand.

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Which of the following organelles lack membranes ?
  • a)
    Ribosome
  • b)
    Lysosome
  • c)
    Golgi body
  • d)
    Nucleus
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

Varun Shukla answered  •  10 hours ago
Https://sciencing.com/difference-between-attached-detached-ribosomes-8805.html

Read this article,you will surely find your answer

Please upvote my answer, if you find it helpful

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When a body is said to be in motion?

Aman Anand answered  •  12 hours ago
Motion means change of position with time. A body is said to be in motion when it's position changes continuously with respect to a stationary object taken as reference point.

For example, when the position of a train changes continuously with respect to stationary objects like trees, platform etc, we say that the train is in motion.

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When is a body said to be in uniform motion and in non uniform motion? Give one daily life example of each.?

Aman Anand answered  •  12 hours ago
Example of uniform motion are -

a) Soldiers in a parade.

b) The heartbeats of the human body.


Some examples of non-uniform motion are:
1. An athelete running in a 400-metre race.
2. A truck moving on a highly-trafficked road.
3. A raindrop falling from the sky.

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Aman Anand answered  •  13 hours ago
क्रांति (फ्रेंच : Révolution française [ʁevɔlysjɔ̃ fʁɑ̃sɛːz] / रेवोलुस्योँ फ़्राँसेज़ ; 1789-1799) फ्रांस के इतिहास की राजनैतिक और सामाजिक उथल-पुथल एवं आमूल परिवर्तन की अवधि थी जो 1789 से 1799 तक चली। बाद में, नेपोलियन बोनापार्ट ने फ्रांसीसी साम्राज्य के विस्तार द्वारा कुछ अंश तक इस क्रांति को आगे बढ़ाया। क्रांति के फलस्वरूप राजा को गद्दी से हटा दिया गया, एक गणतंत्र की स्थापना हुई, खूनी संघर्षों क... more

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What are the humid shadows doing in the sphere? 
  • a)
    steeping
  • b)
    resting
  • c)
    floating in the air
  • d)
    doing nothin
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

Aman Anand answered  •  13 hours ago
The density of Hydrogen is lesser than that of the density of the atmosphere. So the balloons filled with Hydrogen floats in the air. Hope It Helps!

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