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Hey there, I am Tauseef. I am a tireless seeker of knowledge, occasional purveyor of wisdom and also, coincidentally, a maths teacher. I enjoy reading, and the knowledge and perspective that my reading gives me has strengthened my teaching skills and presentation abilities.
Chapter 1. Number System Chapter 2. Polynomials Chapter 3. Coordinate Geometry Chapter 4. Linear Equations in Two Variables Chapter 5. Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry Chapter 6. Lines and Angles Chapter 7. Triangles Chapter 8. Quadrilaterals Chapter 9. Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles Chapter 10. Circles Chapter 11. Constructions Chapter 12. Heron’s Formula Chapter 13. Surface Areas and Volumes Chapter 14. Statistics Chapter 15. Probability
Water is necessary for life. Water is needed for domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes. Three-fourth of Earth's surface is covered by water bodies. 97 per cent of this water is present in oceans as salt water and is unfit for human consumption. Fresh water accounts for only about 2.7 per cent. Nearly 70 per cent of this occurs as ice sheets and glaciers n Antarctica and other inaccessible places. Only one per cent of fresh water is available and fit for human use. So it is very important to conserve this precious resource. And yet we are contaminating the existing water resources with sewage, toxic chemicals and other wastes. Increasing population and rapid urbanisation has led to over-use of water resources leading to water pollution and scarcity. Water scarcity can be defined as a situation when people don't have enough water to fulfil their basic needs. India is one of the many countries that are facing water scarcity today. In Rajasthan and some parts of
The fall in prices may bring cheer, but India will have to deal with a global slowdown Global markets, already teetering from the impact of the coronavirus, received a jolt over the weekend as Saudi Arabia cut oil prices and declared its intention to increase output well beyond what the oil market can absorb currently. The Saudi reaction followed the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) cartel and Russia, the largest non-OPEC producer, failing to reach an agreement to deepen existing production cuts to cope with the falling demand. Oil prices crashed overnight by almost a third to $31 a barrel consequent to the kingdom slashing prices and announcing its intent to increase output. The oil market is now set to witness the rare conjunction of a demand and a supply shock which is bad news for prices. Fears of a fall in demand following the outbreak of COVID-19 had already depressed oil prices in the last couple of weeks. China, a major importer, has cut its im
Chapter 1: Real Numbers Chapter 2: Polynomials Chapter 3: Pair of linear Equations in Two Variables Chapter 4: Quadratic Equations Chapter 5: Arithmetic Progression Chapter 6: Triangles Chapter 7: Coordinate Geometry Chapter 8: Introduction to Trigonometry Chapter 9: Some Applications of Trigonometry Chapter 10: Circles Chapter 11: Constructions Chapter 12: Areas Related to Circles Chapter 13: Surface Areas and Volumes Chapter 14: Statistics Chapter 15: Probability
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