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Types of Motion:
Rest: A body is said to be at rest when it does not change its position with respect to their environment and time. For example house, tower, tree etc.
Motion:A body is said to be in motion when it changes its position with respect to environment and time. For example moving car, walking man etc. Linear Motion Circular Motion Rotatory (or Rotational ) motion Oscillatory (or Periodic ) motion

To specify the position of an object, we need a point with respect to which we identify the position of that object. This point is known as the origin or reference point. Consider a man starts walking from point O. First he goes to point P and then to point Q. as we can see in the given image. We can say that the position of the object is OP form the origin O in direction of x-axis and PQ from origin O in direction of y-axis. In term of co-ordinate system we say it as (OP, PQ) or (5,4) in term of actual value of axis.

Introductin By Urooz AliJourney By Night is written by "Norah Burke" It is one of the most popular short story of her collection: Jungle PictureIntroduction: Sher Singh exhibited courage and showed fraternal love towards his brother Kunwar to take out him from the mouth of death. As the family was suffering from extreme poverty, this type of courage and bravity saved his brother's life as well as his family. At the age of twelve he brought back the peace and happiness of the family.

Satellites are small celestial bodies which revolve around planets.Watch the image where moon is shown as a planet of the Earth. As the planets revolve around the sun, the satellites move with them. As a result , satellites also revolve around the sun .Like planets ,satellites shine by reflecting light from the sun. All planets except Mercury and venus  have satellites . Jupiter’s has the most  number of satellites (62).The satellites are smaller  than the planets around which they revolve .

By JANE TAYLOR( 1783–1824)
Question 1 : What is the colour of the flower?Question 2 : What does the poet mean by a 'rosy bower'?(tick the correct meaning )- Options are: a) shower of roses, b) A pleasant place in the shade under rose plants, c) A hut covered with roses?Question 3 :Why does the poet want the violet to be in a rosy bower?Question 4 :What lesson does the violet teach us? Answer 1 >>
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Answer 4 >>Answer starts below: Answer 1: The colour of the flower was violet .
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Back To TopAnswer 3: The poet wants the violet to be in the rosy bower to show its beauty . So that the poet can go to the valley to see the beautiful flowers.
Back To TopAnswer 4: The poem teach us to be quiet, modest and gentle..
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Ratio Mathematics ICSE Tutorial Class 7

There are four videos of Ratio class 7. Few sums have also been explained with very easy steps. If there are any doubts then comment below. We will try to clear those doubts.

1. Understanding Ratio:

2. Comparing Ratio Basic and Shortcut method:

3. Compound Ratio , continued Ratio Dividing a number in a given Ratio:

4. Solution of few problem of ratio:
These sums of Ratio class 7 have been discussed in this video:
1. write in simplest form
72:108, 1/6:1/2,
15cm to 4m.
2. Population of a village is 32400. The ratio of literate
to illiterate person in the village is 11:7. Find the actual number of literate person and illiterate person. .
3. If a, b and c are three numbers such that a:b=4:9 and b:c=27:35. Find a:c
4. In what ratio should we increase 650 to obtain 1000.