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Jun'22

Cyber Safety Class 4 Computers Worksheet

Cyber Safety Class 4 Computers Worksheet This worksheet is for Class 4 Computers, comprising the topic of Cyber Safety. It will help students develop a …

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16

Jun'22

The keyboard Class 4 Computers Worksheet

The keyboard Computers Worksheet CBSE/ICSE/NCERT This worksheet is for Class 4 Computers, comprising the topic of keyboards. It will help students develop a better understanding …

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Jun'22

Separation of Substances Class 6 Science Worksheets with Answers

Separation of Substances Class 6 Worksheets with Answers This worksheet for Class 6 Science comprises the topic of the separation of substances. It serves as …

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03

Jun'22

2D Shapes – Names, Definition, Properties, Formulas

What are 2D Shapes? – Names, Definition, Properties, Formulas 2D Shapes Definition A 2D shape, or 2-Dimensional shapes, are figures that only have two dimensions …

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May'22

Reproduction in Plants Class 7 Science Worksheet

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants Class 7 Science Worksheet This worksheet is for Class 7 Science, comprising the topic of Reproduction in Plants. This is …

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May'22

MS Excel Worksheet for Practice Class 4 Computers – CBSE/ICSE/NCERT

MS Excel Worksheet for Practice Class 4 This worksheet is for Class 4 Computers, comprising the topic of MS Excel. It will help students develop …

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May'22

Solid Shapes – definition, examples, types, properties, and formulas

Solids Shapes (Solid geometry) in Maths & their types and Formulas Solids or three-dimensional forms are three-dimensional shapes with three (or more) dimensions in geometry. …

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May'22

Motion and Time Class 7 Science Worksheet with Answers

Motion and Time Class 7 Science Worksheet with Answers This worksheet is for Class 7 Science, comprising the topic of Motion and Time. It will …

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May'22

Light Shadows and Reflection Class 6 Science Worksheet – CBSE/NCERT

Light Shadows and Reflection Class 6 Science Worksheet This worksheet is for Class 6 Science, comprising the topic of Light, Shadows, and Reflection. It will …

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May'22

Class 6 Science Electricity And Circuits Worksheet – CBSE/NCERT

Electricity and Circuits  – Class 6, Science This worksheet is for Class 6 Science, comprising the topic of Electricity and Circuits. It will help students …

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May'22

Who were Gonds and Ahoms? – NCERT Solution for Class 7 History

Gonds and Ahoms – History, Similarities and Differences The Gonds and the Ahoms were two prominent tribes interacting with other tribes and rose to dominance …

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May'22

Notes On Birsa Munda – CBSE/ICSE/NCERT

Who was Birsa Munda? – Birsa Munda – Life History Birsa Munda (also known to his followers as Birsa Bhagwan) was born on November 15, …

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May'22

The Revolt of 1857: Cause and Effect – CBSE/ICSE/NCERT

Cause and Effect of the 1857 Rebellion The Revolt of 1857 Cause and Effect  : The 1857 Rebellion was a watershed moment in the British …

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May'22

Compare nervous and hormonal mechanisms for control – Class 10 (CBSE/NCERT)

Compare nervous and hormonal mechanisms for control Introduction The nervous system assists us in communicating with the outside world while also controlling many internal functions …

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03

May'22

What are ultrasonic and infrasonic sound waves? CBSE/ICSE/NCERT

Difference between ultrasonic and infrasonic sound Infrasonic sound waves Infrasonic sound: A frequency of less than 20Hz is considered to be an infrasonic sound. Infrasonic …

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