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H Harsh Kankaria
First, we write  as  and divide the number line in 10 equal parts.

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H Harsh Kankaria
First we write  as  and  divide the number line into 5 equal parts.  

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S seema garhwal
   Subtraction of   from  is given by

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     Addition of    and  is given by 

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the difference between and  is given by

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He put covers on Monday= He put the cover on Tuesday = and the remaining on Wednesday. Thus, the fraction of the covers he put on Wednesday =                                                                                                                                                             

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S seema garhwal
mother gave to me  part mother gave to my brother   part She gave both off us    part

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the following in ascending and descending order are: (i)  and  (ii)  and  (iii)  and                   

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the following in ascending and descending order are  :             (b)              

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            (a)                    and   

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H Harsh Kankaria
In a square pyramid, the number of Faces =           (Four triangular faces and one square face) Edges =           (Four edges of the square base and other four joining at the top)    Corners = 

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 It has  faces.        (Three pairs of parallel square faces)   Each face has  edges.          Each face has  vertices

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(a) all the four angles are acute.             (b) one of the angles is obtuse.             (c) one of the angles is right angled.             (d) two of the angles are obtuse.               (e) two of the angles are right angled.               (f) the diagonals are perpendicular to one another

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(a) a scalene acute angled triangle. :  Scalene : All side of different length Acute angled : All angles less than    (b) an obtuse angled isosceles triangle Isosceles traingle: Only two sides are of equal length Obtuse angled : At least one angle greater than 
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