Thursday, 8 December 2011

CBSE Class 7th ( VII ) History - Our Pasts - II : Chapter 2. New Kings and Kingdoms - Solved Exercises

Intext Questions

Intext Questions Page No.16
Question 1. Locate the Gujara-Pratiharas, Rashtrakutas, Palas, Chiolas an Chahamanas (Chauhans) Can you identify the present-day over which they exercised control?

Answer.The following table show the present-day states over they exercised control:

S.NoDynastiesPresent-day states
1Gujara-PratiharasWestern Uttar Pradesh, Northern Madhy Pradesh.
2RashtrakutasMaharashtra, Central Madhya Pradesh, Northern Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
3PalasBengal and North East of India.
4CholasTamil Nadu.
5Chahamanas (chauhans)Eastern Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab.

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

CBSE Class 7th (VII) History - Out Pasts - II : Chapter 1. Tracing Changing through a Thousand Years - Solved Exercises

Intext Question - Page No.2
Question 1.Look at the areas in the interior of the subcontinent on Map to of the textbook. Are they aqs detailed as those on the coast? Follow the course of the River Ganga and see how it is shown.Why do you think there is a difference in the level of detail and accuracy between the coastal and inland areas in this map?.
1. Not the areas in the interior of subcontinent on Map to are not as detailed as those on the coast.
2. The European sailors and merchants who used this map, did not go to the inland places of the subcontinent much as they interacted with the coastal areas.
3. Therefore, the level of detail and accuracy of coastal areas is better than the inland areas, in the map.

Monday, 5 December 2011

CBSE Class 10th Science | Chapter 3. Metals and Non-metals | Solved Exercises

Points to Remember - What you have learnt

  1. Elements can be classified as metals and non-metals.
  2. Metals are lustrous, malleable, ductile and are good conductors of heat and electricity. They are solids at room temperature, except mercury which is a liquid.
  3. Let us learn more about the properties of Metals
    1. Metals, in their pure state, have a shining surface. This property is called metallic lustre.
    2. The metals are generally hard. The hardness varies from metal to metal.