6. Alas! We shall hear his voice no more.
Begin: Alas! His voice
7. We must listen to his music.
Begin: His music
8. There is reason to believe that they have saved the crew.
Begin: It is
9. He will be elected Secretary by the group.
Begin: The group
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6) Alas! His voice shall not be heard by us anymore.
7) His music must be listened to by us.
8) It is believed that they have saved the crew.
9) The group elected him as the secretary
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In-text Question 1.1
1. How is our atmosphere different from the atmospheres on Venus and Mars?
Earth’s atmosphere is composed of various gases like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, water vapour along with various gases in small quantities, hence making it a balanced composition which is livable than other planets. Planets like Venus and Mars have more than 95% of carbon dioxide in the air making the existence of life impossible.
2. How does the atmosphere act as a blanket?
⇒ It maintains the consistency in temperature throughout the day making it a comfortable place to stay.
⇒ The ozone in the atmosphere is responsible for maintaining the temperature without letting the harmful ultra-violet ray effect.
3. What causes winds?
The uneven heating of the earth’s surface is the main cause for the winds. On being heated more the air raises up and hence low pressure is created. Hence the air in high pressure occupy the low-pressure region causing the wind.
4. How are clouds formed?
During the day time in the presence of sunlight water from sources like well, lake, pond, sea, river and various other sources get evaporated and this water vapour rises up with the hot air. At a particular height, the air cools and the water vapour condenses to form minute droplets to form clouds.
5. List any three human activities that you think would lead to air pollution’
⇒ Burning of fuels like petroleum, kerosene, and coal in the atmosphere
⇒ The smoke released from manufacturing industries
⇒ Smoke from vehicles
In-text Question 1.2
1. Why do organisms need water?
Organisms need water for
⇒ Every cellular process need water
⇒ Photosynthesis in plants
⇒ Transportation of substances in the body takes place through water by dissolving the contents in water.
⇒ Required minerals are transported in Terrestrial animals through water and even to eliminate waste from the body water is used.
2. What is the major source of fresh water in the city/town/village where you live?
⇒ Underground water from wells
⇒ Water sources like pond, river, and lake
3. Do you know of any activity which may be polluting this water Q source?
⇒ Dumping waste in the river
⇒ Factory waste
In-text Question 1.3
1. What are the different states in which water is found during the water cycle?
Water is found in all three states like
⇒ A solid-state (Snow, ice)
⇒ Liquid state (river water, underground water)
⇒ Gaseous state (water vapour)
2. Name two biologically important compounds that contain both oxygen and nitrogen
⇒ DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
⇒ RNA (Ribonucleic Acid)
⇒ Amino acids
3. List any three human activities which would lead to an increase in the carbon dioxide content of the air
⇒ Breathing process where Carbon dioxide is released
⇒ Burning of petrol, coal, and fuel
⇒ Using fridge, air conditioners, and oven
4. What is the greenhouse effect?
Gases like Carbon dioxide and methane trap sun’s radiation and does not allow it to go back and hence causing warming of the atmosphere, resulting in the greenhouse effect.
6) It is simple because of friction. When we apply pressure ( by means of friction between the hand and the bucket ) we are able to lift it above the ground against the force of gravity.
a) The quantity is either a vector or a scalar. These two categories can be distinguished from one another by their distinct definitions: Scalars are quantities that are fully described by a magnitude (or numerical value) alone. Vectors are quantities that are fully described by both a magnitude and a direction.
b) The north pole of a magnet __ repels ___ the north pole of another magnet. Therefore, if two magnets are placed next to each other, then the north pole of one magnet will repel the north pole of another magnet.Hope it will help you !!!
Because we have to add pressure on the bucket. Till we don't add pressure we the gravity will pull the bucket down.\
The quantity is either a vector or a scalar. These two categories can be distinguished from one another by their distinct definitions: Scalars are quantities that are fully described by a magnitude (or numerical value) alone. Vectors are quantities that are fully described by both a magnitude and a direction.
The north pole of a magnet __ repels ___ the north pole of another magnet. Explanation: ... Therefore, if two magnets are placed next to each other, then the north pole of one magnet will repel the north pole of another magnet.
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1)Akbar prohibited slavery, allowed Widow remarriage, prostitution was regulated, and immoral trafficking of women brought under control, Sati of Hindu women was prohibited etc.
2)Babur started for Lahore, Punjab, in 1524 but found that Daulat Khan Lodi had been driven out by forces sent by Ibrahim Lodi. When Babur arrived at Lahore, the Lodi army marched out and was routed. ... He defeated them and drove Alam's army off, and Babur realised Lodi would not allow him to occupy the Punjab.
3) Abu Rayhan al-Biruni was an Iranian scholar and polymath during the Islamic Golden Age. He has been variously called as the "founder of Indology", "Father of Comparative Religion", "Father of modern geodesy", and the first anthropologist.
Born: 5 September 973 AD, Beruni, Uzbekistan
Died: 13 December 1048, Ghazni, Afghanistan
Full name: Abū Rayḥān Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad Al-Birunī
Influenced by: Avicenna, Aristotle, Muhammad, Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, Ptolemy,
4)Humayun lost his throne after sher shah defeated twice. ... When Sher shah's son ascended the throne Humayun defeated him with the help of his Persian king friend.
5) Mahmud Ghazni commonly known as Mahmud of Ghazni , who ruled Ghazni from 971 to 1030 AD. So to plunder the wealth of India he made very first attack in 1001. He attacked India 17 times on India. He made his 16th attack on the Somnath temple in 1025 just to plunder the gold.
6) The Delhi Sultanate
During this period of over three hundred years, five dynasties ruled in Delhi. These were: the Slave dynasty (1206-90), Khilji dynasty (1290-1320), Tughlaq dynasty (1320-1413), Sayyid dynasty (1414-51), and Lodhi dynasty (1451-1526).
7) One of the greatest achievements of Sher Shah in administration was his construction of roads connecting important parts of his empire with his capital. He repaired many old roads and constructed new ones also. He planted shade- giving trees and trees of fruits on both sides of the roads.
8) Jizyah, also spelled jizya, historically, a tax (the term is often incorrectly translated as a “head tax” or “poll tax”) paid by non-Muslim populations to their Muslim rulers.
9)Social reforms in India were started by Akbar, the successor of Humayan. These changes included assisting women and those less fortunate. Two of the major changes Akbar tried to enforce included giving housing to beggars and vagabonds, and regulating alcohol consumption within Indian society.
10) It is a significant day for the Christian community since it commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Judas betrayed Jesus, and Christians believed that Jesus came back three days after being crucified, on the day known as Easter. The word 'good' in Good Friday means pious or holy.
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