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What is the difference of were and where?

Where = asking a question to find something, e.g.: Where would I find a taxi in this town? Where did you put my glasses? ~ Were = the past tense of "are", e.g.: They were sick (MORE)

Is crr different for different banks?

Yes this is same for all banks in India & it is goverened by RBI . Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) | 6.00% (w.e.f. 24/04/2010) | Increased from 5.00% to 5.50% wef 13/02/2010; and th (MORE)

Are there different chemicals in different batteries?

Yes, There are different chemicals in different batteries. In a standard AA Battery there is zinc which can be filled with a paste of zinc chloride and ammonium chloride. At (MORE)

Why is gravity different on different places?

Because gravitational force is a function of both the masses of the objects, and the distance between the objects that are attracting one another. If you move to a different s (MORE)
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What is the difference in different types of matter?

A gas: Takes the shape and volume of their container.Flows easily.Can be compressed easily. A liquid: Takes the shape of its container, but retains its volume.Flows easily. (MORE)

Is there a difference between the expressions different than different from and different to?

The main difference between different than, different from and different to are the countries of origin and where it is used. Different than is common in American English, dif (MORE)

How are plants different different from animals?

Plants are different from animals because plants get their nutrients from the sun so that they can do the precoss of photosynthesis. Animals get their nutrients from eating ot (MORE)

Why do different volcanoes have different shapes?

because of the way the magma finds its way up through the ground and various other factors like erosion and previous eruptions.
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Are the velocities of different colours different?

No, the velocities of all the different colors and  electromagnetic radiation (i.e. - Radio waves, Infrared waves,  Microwaves, Visible Light, Ultraviolet Rays, X-Rays, and (MORE)