CBSE Class 11-science Questions and Answers

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CBSE XI Science - Chemistry

How does melting point decrease with increase in pressure for solid- liquid equillibrium . Pls explain using Le chattlier principle

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CBSE XI Science - Chemistry

Are haloalkanes only added on terminal  carbons?

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CBSE XI Science - Mathematics

if a, B, C are in GP prove that(a+b+c)^2 / a2+b2+c2 = a+b+c / a-b+c

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CBSE XI Science - Physics

Consider two bodies A and B   of the same capacitance if the change of -10C flows from the body A to body B  then  

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CBSE XI Science - Mathematics

Sum the series to n terms  1.2.4+2.3.7+3.4.10+...

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CBSE XI Science - Chemistry

question of chemistry in image attached below.

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