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Course Name
  • 1
    Albert Einstein at School
  • 2
    Chapter 14: Mathematical reasoning
  • 3
    Chapter 15: Statistics
  • 4
    Chapter 16: Probability
  • 5
    Chapter 1: Physical World
    The quest for understanding nature starts right from the moment a child opens its eyes. Although its vision is not absolutely perfect but still it can feel its surroundings and starts getting adjusted to it
  • 6
    Chapter 1: Sets
  • 7
    Chapter 3: Motion in One Dimension
    Physics, as already mentioned in the previous chapters, is the study of nature, natural phenomena and the laws that govern them. If we pay a little attention, then we can observe two of the most astonishing phenomena exhibited by nature
  • 8
    Chapter 4: Principle of Mathematical Induction
  • 9
    Chapter 5: Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations
  • 10
    Chapter 8: Binomial Theorem
  • 11
    Chapter 9: Sequences & Series
  • 12
    Mathematical Methods in Physics
    Mathematics forms the primary tool of modern workers in the field of theoretical physics, chemistry and the diverse branches of engineering. Physical laws are best understood in the language of mathematics
  • 13
  • 14
    The Ailing Planet the Green Movement’s Role
  • 15
    The Portrait of a Lady
  • 16
    Unit 12: Organic Chemistry
    Organic Chemistry is the branch of Chemistry which deals with the study of Hydrocarbons and their derivatives. Hydrocarbons are binary compounds of Hydrogen and Carbon. Compounds obtained as a result of replacing Hydrogen atom(s) of Hydrocarbons by other
  • 17
    Unit 13: Hydrocarbons
    Hydrocarbons are the binary compounds of Hydrogen and carbon
  • 18
    Unit 1: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  • 19
    Unit 1: The Living World
    It is not easy to define life but it is easy to recognise. The essence of life evidently lies in particular activities and process or functions.
  • 20
    Unit 2: Biological Classification
    The rich variety of innumerable living organisms surrounding us is incomprehensible. So it is almost impossible for anyone to have adequate knowledge about each individual object
  • 21
    Unit 2: Biological Classification (Fungi)
  • 22
    Unit 2: Biological Classification (Monera)
  • 23
    Unit 2: Biological Classification (Protista)
    The members of the kingdom Protista are diverse kinds of unicellular, eukaryotic organisms, mostly found in aquatic condition
  • 24
    Unit 4: Animal Kingdom
    Over a million species of animals with different structure and forms have been described till now.
  • 25
    Unit 5: States of Matter