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Official Class XII Preparation

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This thread is dedicated to preparation for Class XII exams. You may share questions from any of the subjects like Mathematics, Science and Business Studies.

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Shivam Bhardwaj
Shared from Aldehydes, Ketones on Aug 22, 2020 10:11 AM

Which of the following reactions will yield phenyl acetate?

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Sushil Jakhar
Shared from Test on Integral Calculus on Mar 16, 2020 9:33 AM

If = , then find the value of a.

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Manowar Hossain
Shared from Kinship, Caste on Mar 03, 2020 9:08 PM

Which of the following statements is/are correct?

a. Sanskrit texts use the term Kula for identifying the lineage.
b. Matriliny is the term used when descent is traced through the mother.
c. The Kurus were the lineage dominating one of the Janapadas and the Pandavas belonged to this lineage.

only a
only b
only c
only b and c
a, b and c
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Mr. Hossain we cannot simplify questions because these questions are based on exam pattern. You have to be well-prepared to solve such questions. Keep learning and keep practising . All the best.

Jatin Singh Sagoi
Shared from Atoms and Nuclei on Dec 19, 2019 7:06 AM

For ionising an excited hydrogen atom, the magnitude of energy required (in eV) will be

a little less than 13.6
more than 13.6
3.4 or less
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Mistake in sol. the atom is already excited so the energy required will be little less than 13.6

Pankaj Pandey
Posted on Aug 16, 2019 10:35 AM
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