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What is the VALLY OF FLOWERS .?

A D I B A answered  •  Dec 23, 2020
Valley of Flowers is a National Park. located in Uttarakhand.

What is the first laws of motion?

Devanshi Srivastava answered  •  Dec 17, 2020
Newton's first law states that, if a body is at rest or moving at a constant speed in a straight line, it will remain at rest or keep moving in a straight line at constant speed unless it is acted upon by a force. This postulate is known as the law of inertia.

The year ____ is called a Great Divide in the demographic history of India.
  • a)
  • b)
  • c)
  • d)
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

Deepika Deep answered  •  Dec 15, 2020
As the term define demo = population or demography means study of population.... India's population was growing slowly till 1920s but as seen from afterwards the mortality rate curved down and increased in population, hence 1921 is marked as YEAR OF GREAT DIVIDE

Who is called father of civics?

Meena Yadav answered  •  Oct 21, 2020
Benjamin Franklin is America's earliest model of the "civics scientist" .

Who was the first Man to Climb Mount Everest Without Oxygen?

Ashi Srivastava answered  •  Oct 18, 2020
Reinhold messner was the first man to climb the mount everest without oxygen

I am new in this app toh mujhy isse app ko kaise use karte hai?

Meena Yadav answered  •  Oct 09, 2020
First you have to enrolled course for How to create a course.. and then you find a overview of edurev app..and you can learn easily to how to use this app.


Satyendra Kumar Singh answered  •  Oct 04, 2020
90 questions will be of biology and 45 questions will be chemistry. and the time will be given only one and half hours. 45 min bio and 45 min chemistry

Between 10357690 and 1037690 which is greater?

Mohammad Saifee answered  •  Sep 23, 2020
It is clear that '10357690' is grater than '1037690'


Mohammad Saifee answered  •  Sep 11, 2020
You can get another course by:- 1.Enroll for new course 2.Other course category 3.Self Help 4.From here you can find one more course on vedic maths( I had forgotten the name ) [This course is also from 'Target Study Academy']
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