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# Does r d sharma write for isc mathematics?

Yes There are two books for ISC level ISC Mathematics Class XI ISC Mathematics Class XII The old editions had of 2 volumes of book for class Xi and 2 for XII New ones have o…nly 1 single volume for XI and 1 for XII (MORE)

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# What do you understand by class and object?

CLASSES : A class is collection of object of similar type of objects. classes are user defined data types behave like the build in types of a programing language. The obje…cts are variable of type class . OBJECTS : Objects are basic run time entites. in object oriented system. They may represent a place. a bank account, a table of data, or any item that the program must handle.They may represent user defined data such as timd, limit. (MORE)

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# Which is better book for securing good marks in CBSE maths RS Aggarwal or RD Sharma?

I think RS Aggarwal is better as it has diff. ques. as compared to RD Sharma Which has ques of same time

# A Guide to Mathematical Variables

When numbers start becoming items other than numbers, you know that your child's math classes are getting more challenging. In math, a variable is a symbol (usually a letter) …that defines a number. Using letters in math can seem intimidating, but there are many ways to address the concept of variables with your child. Here is a brief guide to this math concept:A variable is essentially a symbol that represents an unknown value. The most basic example is X + 5 = 10, where you solve for X. In this equation, "X" is the variable that represents an unknown number. However, variables are not always letters or fixed numbers.Sometimes, variables can be changing numbers. Consider the following example: "What is Kyle's average hourly wage if he's paid $5.00 an hour, plus tips?" Your equation would look something like this: 5 + Average Tips = Kyle's hourly wage. The variable representing tips will change with each hour Kyle works, and it could be represented as "T," "X," "N," or even the full word "tips." Obviously this equation doesn't have enough information to solve, but your child may be asked to create equations from stories.This all depends on your school's math curriculum, but your child may start seeing variables around the fourth grade. Typically, that's when schools first introduce mathematical expressions. These expressions go beyond the 5 + 2 = 7 math problems that your child may be used to, and they may use numbers, variables, or even both. The same example above of X + 5 = 10 would be the mathematical expression.The concept of a letter, symbol, or word representing an unknown value can be confusing to children. Instead, simply replace the variable with the word "what." So, the equation above would be: what + 5 = 10.It's important to help your child think beyond the conceptual aspect of an unknown variable. Help him or her understand why these variables exist and how to apply them in real-world settings. Consider the following example: 2 + X = 5.Now, transform this math problem into a real-life scenario. Ask your child to imagine that he or she goes to a restaurant and orders chicken fingers and a soda. If he or she spent $5.00 total and the chicken fingers cost $2.00, then how much did the soda cost? Pull out actual money, chicken fingers, and soda. Help your child arrange all these elements to understand the meaning behind these expressions.Try to help your child see that expressions with variables are the same math problems that he or she is used to - they're just structured a little differently. If your child has the basic skills of addition and subtraction, then variables are easy. All he or she has to do is know how to rewrite the equation.This usually means reversing the equation. Addition on one side becomes subtraction, and vice versa. Every math teacher will tell you to isolate the variable. So in the example X + 5 = 10, your child's actions would be to get X all by itself. To do so, he or she would subtract 5 from both sides.X + 5 = 10X + 5 (-5) = 10 (-5)X = 10 -5X = 5When reviewing these steps, explain to your child that if he or she knows what 10 - 5 is, then he or she can solve this equation. (MORE)

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# Best Bible Study Books for Laypeople

Most religions have a holy book on which their tenets of faith are based. For Christianity, that book is the Bible. It makes perfect sense that every Christian should want to …understand this book better. The best study books for that purpose are the ones that are easy to use and understand.The most important tool you could possibly have is a good translation of the Bible itself. It needs to be accurate, but it also needs to be one you can read and understand. There have been three different approaches to Bible translation over the years: literal equivalence, dynamic equivalence, and paraphrasing. Literal equivalence is word-for-word translation, and dynamic equivalence is thought-for-thought translation. Paraphrases is not recommended for serious Bible study.Handbooks give you a good overview of each of the 66 individual books. Once you have the big picture in your mind, it becomes easier to interpret the smaller sections of the books. Handbooks also serve another important function. They help you see how major sections of books relate to each other. That kind of broad overview makes it much easier to interpret specific verses in light of the overall teachings of the Bible as a whole.Commentaries become useful after the overview stage. These books provide verse-by-verse or passage-by-passage interpretations of the text itself. Matthew Henry's "Commentary on the Whole Bible" is widely respected across denominational lines. Televangelist Jimmy Swaggart has written the most extensive commentary set ever published from the Pentecostal perspective. Any conservative commentary set will help you interpret the passages correctly so you can apply it with confidence.A concordance will enable you to find every biblical occurrence of a specific word. The one prepared by James Strong is by far the most popular. If you want to study a particular topic, a concordance will help you locate every relevant passage. There is a numbering system that helps you find the Hebrew or Greek definitions of biblical words as well. You just look up the word's number in the dictionary in the back of the concordance.Words study books give you far more in-depth definitions of biblical Hebrew and Greek words than the dictionaries in the backs of concordances. The most popular book of this type is "Vine's Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words." Of course, not all word study is performed in Hebrew or Greek. A simple English dictionary is a powerful study tool. Understanding a word's meaning is often the key that unlocks an entire verse.With at least one book in each of these categories, you will be able to research any Bible passage you want. Many of these books are available in electronic format as components of Bible study software. A broader library will place a greater diversity of resources at your fingertips. The advantage of this is that you can consult multiple resources if you fail to find the answer you seek in the first one.You should begin each Bible study session with prayer. People need the Holy Spirit's help to properly understand the passages. Prayer also prepares people's hearts so they can hear God's voice better. (MORE)

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# Books to Add to Your Quilting Library

Books are a great source of inspiration. Most quilters have a collection of books they turn to for ideas and for reference about quilting techniques. Consider adding one or mo…re of these books to your collection.written by Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene, offers complete instructions for 18 quilts using Civil War era reproduction fabrics. If you have a stash of these fabrics waiting for a project, this book is for you. These beautiful traditional quilts share stories of our history, both in fabric and design.is a collection of 14 baby quilt patterns by today's hottest, hippest designers. Celebrate Baby with a superbly sweet quilt. Sugar and spice? Snips and snails? You won't find those themes here. Adorable, fresh motifs, along with dazzling geometric designs, will delight both mom and baby.In Hexagons Made Easy: Machine Techniques for Exceptional Quilts, Jen Eskridge shares the secret to making fast and easy hexagon quilts. Learn how to create that distinctive English paper-pieced look using an inventive, machine-sewn alternative that lets you skip the Y-seam and the hand sewing. The book offers projects of varying size, so you can start with a pot holder and work your way up to the full size quilt.It doesn't matter whether you have a closet dedicated to your stash, you only collect precuts, or you just bought your first fat quarter, Nancy Allen's Triple Play Scrap Quilting has a scrap quilt pattern for you. There are three versions of each quilt in the book. Nancy offers methods for making "coordinated" (for precuts), "planned" ( for a single color or style of fabrics, such as plaid or batiks), and "make-do" (for a totally scrappy look) quilts. Get a rich and varied look using what you have on hand.If you think you can't make a stunning quilt with neutral fabrics, think again. Modern Neutrals (http://www.amazon.com/Modern-Neutrals-Fresh-Neutral-Patterns/dp/1604683236/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1363456750&sr=1-1&keywords=modern+neutrals) written by Amy Ellis, pares down the color palette to biscuits, buffs, slates and stones and the results are sophisticated and stylish. Neutral colors vary widely in the color spectrum, from pale ivory to the deepest black. Amy expertly mixes these colors to produce show-stopping quilts.Inspiration for your next quilt can come from a variety of sources. Building a library of quilting books covering a wide variety of styles can help develop your quilting skills by challenging you to try new techniques.Whether you are a fan of Civil War reproduction fabrics or love the Modern Quilt Movement, you can find a book for your quilting library that will inspire your next quilting project. Quilt books contain many tricks and tips for the techniques used to make different quilt styles and can help you develop your quilting skills. (MORE)

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# How can we prepare a mathematical model for class X?

A mathematical modely for class X can be a model of Pythagoras Theorem. This can be made using cardboard or other types of building material.

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# Who is kajal aggarwal?

she is the famous actor who act in t'wood movies. shes acted in gud films loike darling and buisiness man (suoper hit)

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# How do you download rs aggarwal logical reasoning book?

Whilst some or R.S. Aggarwal's books on reasoning can be downloaded for free, his logical reasoning book is only available for purchase. It can be purchased quite cheaply, how…ever. (MORE)