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10 ways of effective communication

Let explore 10 points for effective communication in more detail: 1. Make Eye Contact:    - Eye contact is essential because it shows your engagement and interest in the conversation.    - When you maintain eye contact, you convey that you are giving your full attention to the person speaking.    - It helps build trust and rapport as it signals that you are present in the moment. 2. Smile:    - A smile is a universal symbol of friendliness and approachability.    - It can make the other person feel more at ease and comfortable around you.    - Smiling also creates a positive atmosphere and can even improve your mood. 3. Use Their Name:    - Using someone's name during a conversation is a simple but powerful way to make the interaction more personal.    - It shows that you are paying attention and value the person you are speaking to.    - However, don't overuse their name as it can become unnatural. 4. Ask Open-Ended Questions:    - Open-ended questions encourage th
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class 10 statistics board questions

Class 10 Statistics: Mean, Median, Mode, and Graphical  Representation of Data.​As a dedicated teacher, I'm here to help you excel in CBSE Board Exams. Learn these essential statistical concepts with ease and boost your exam performance. Explore our expertly crafted sample papers and solved test papers to achieve that perfect score. Join me on this educational journey today Statistics Questions from CBSE Board Exam 1. The mean and median of a frequency distribution are 43 and 43 4 respectively. The mode is : (a) 43. 4 (b) 42. 4 (c) 44. 2 (d) 49. 3 2. Using empirical relationship, the mode of a distribution whose mean is 7·2 and the median 7·1, is : (a) 6·2 (b) 6·3 (c) 6·5 (d) 6·9 3. If the mean and the mode of a distribution are 15 and 18 respectively, then the median of the distribution is : (a) 17 (b) 15 (c) 16 (d) 18 4. If every term of the statistical data consisting of n terms is decreased by 2, then the mean of the data : (a) decreases by 2     (b) remains unchanged  (c) decr

10th Mean median mode and MCQ Class 10 Statics

Class 10 Statics mean median mode and Ogive MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. If 35 is the upper limit of the class-interval of class-size 10, then the lower limit of the class-interval is : (a) 20 (b) 25 (c) 30 (d) none of these 2. In the assumed mean method, if A is the assumed mean, than deviation di is : (a) xi + A (b) xi – A  (c) A – xi (d) none of these 3. Mode is: (a) Middle most value (b) least frequent value (c) most frequent value (d) none of these 4. While computing mean of grouped data, we assume that the frequencies are : (a) evenly distributed over all the classes (b) centred at the class-marks of the classes (c) centred at the upper limits of the classes (d) centred at the lower limits of the classes 5. The curve drawn by taking upper lim

class 8 Science Questions paper Half-yearly Kendriya vidyalaya

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN, PATNA REGION MID TERM EXAMINATION, 2023-24 CLASS - VIII SCIENCE [MAX. MARKS - 60 General Instructions: (a) This question paper comprises of four sections-Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D. (b) All questions are compulsory. (c) Question numbers 1 to 12 in section A are MCQ carrying I mark each. (d) Question numbers 13 to 20 in section B are very short answer type carrying 2 marks each. (e) Question numbers 21 to 28 in section C are short answer type carrying 3 marks each. Question numbers 29 to 30 in Section D are case study based questions carrying 4 marks each. SECTION-A (1×12=12) 1. Which of the following crops would enrich the soil with nitrogen? (a) apple (b) pea (c) paddy (d) Potato 2.Which of the following are contact forces ? A. Friction B. Gravitational force C. Magnetic force D. Muscular force (a) A and B (b) B and C (c) A and D (d) B and D

The Magic of Childhood

Childhood is a special magical time that is valuable and never goes away . As  teacher and mentor, I've had the special privilege of seeing how amazing childhood is. It's a special time in life that is full of magic and wonder.  In this blog post, let's talk about why childhood is so special and why we should appreciate and take care of it. 1. The Boundless Curiosity The Boundless Curiosity means having a never-ending desire to learn and explore new things. It's like having a big, powerful engine inside your brain that always wants to know more and discover different ideas and places. 2. Imagination Takes Flight When we are children, we always want to know more and more. We ask lots of questions about everything and want to learn about the world. Teachers and grown-ups help us explore and understand things so we can learn new things. Imagination is like a special power that helps us create and dream about things that are not real. It&

Solved CBSE Board Questions 10th Biology- Ch How Do Organisms Reproduce?

10th Biology- Ch How Do Organisms Reproduce? solved Board questions Q1) What is the importance of DNA copying in reproduction? Ans: DNA is the genetic material present in the cells of all organisms. The genetic information from, generation to generation is carried by DNA. It is therefore possible for the organism to produce organism of its own type due to DNA copying only. For the inheritance of traits of the parent, DNA copying is a must. DNA copying also brings about variation, which forms the basis for the origin of new species. Q2)What are the changes seen in girls at the time of puberty? Ans-i) Enlargement of breasts with the darkening of skin of the nipples. ii) growth of hair in the genital region and in armpits occurs. iii) onset of menstruation. Q3) If a woman is using a copper-Twill it helps in protecting her from sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s)? Ans- No, using copper-T will not protect a woman against catching STD. Copper-T is a device which will only g

CLASS- X Biology MCQ(Multiple choice questions) How do organisms reproduce? Practice Paper

Class 10 Biology MCQ  ((Multiple choice questions)  How do organisms reproduce?    1. Which of the following is a working copy (a) RNA (b) Protein (c) Fats (d) DNA 2. Which of the following is the blue print of body design & body function (a) RNA (b) Protein (c) DNA (d) Amino acid 3. Spore formation occurs in (a) Yeast (b) Hydra (c) Amoeba (d) Rhizopus 4. Which of the following can undergo regeneration (a) Flat worm (b) Round worm (c) Rhizopus (d) Amoeba 5. Rose is multiplied by (a) tissue culture (b) cutting (c) Layering (d) seeds 6. Pollen grains are produced by (a) ovary (b) anther (c) filament (d) stigma 7. The male sex organ of a flower is (a) stamen (b) sepal (c) petal (d) carpel 8. Which one of the following is a unisexual flower (a) china rose (b) cucumber (c) rose (d) jasmine 9. Male gametes are produced by (a)pollen grains (b) embryo sac (c) sigma (d) ovary 10. Receptive part of carpel is (a) ovary (b) Stigma (c) placenta (d) style