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• ### algebra

what  is alegebra?

Algebra uses letters (like x or y) or other symbols in place of unknown values.

It is the branch of science that have optional letters for numbers.Algebra uses letters like  x , y , z etc  or others symbols in  place of unknown values.That symbols has constant nmbrs  means nmbrs  are constant.It includes real numbers , complex nmbrs, matrices, vectors etc.

Example of algebra in very simplest form  are:

A girl name neeta  carrying a bucket of mangoes in which  10 mangoes  are damage  and 5 mangoes left behind.How many mangoes  are in bucket?

Now this question would then be converted in algebra  x-10=5

Now its time to solve the simple algebric equation  like this   8x+4=2

Solution:

Step 1 :8x+4=2

Step2 :subtracting  4 from both sides of equation we get 8x=-2

Step3 :dividing both sides by 8 we get x=-1/4

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• ### How to kill ants permanently ?

1.Use dish soap and water. Fill a water bottle with one part dish soap and two parts water, then shake it up to mix the solution thoroughly. When you see a line of ants (or just one ant, for that matter) spray the mixture over them. They’ll immediately halt and suffocate. Wipe up the dead ants with a wet cloth, and keep the spray bottle around for next time.

• Setting out shallow dishes of soapy water is another good way to kill ants. Lure them in with a trail of something sugary.
• This method is good for killing groups of ants, but it won’t take out the entire nest. If ants keep coming back, you might have to address the source of the problem.
• Soapy water is a natural insecticide that kills most insects, not just ants. Try it on roaches, too.

2.Try white vinegar and water. Ants really hate vinegar, and you can make a cheap, easy pesticide just using vinegar and water. Mix a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Spray it directly onto the ants to kill them, then wipe up the ants using a damp paper towel and discard them.

• You can also use vinegar and water as a deterrent; spray it around your wind0wsills, doorways and other places where you see ants coming inside.
• Some people have found that using this vinegar solution to clean the floors, wind0ws and countertops makes ants less likely to crawl over these surfaces. White vinegar makes an excellent household cleaner, and you can’t smell it once it dries.

3.Make a lemon juice solution. If you can’t stand the smell of vinegar, spray the ants with a lemon juice solution. They’re averse to the citric acid in lemon juice, so you can use this spray as a deterrent as well by spraying it around the perimeter of your house. Mix up a solution of 1 part lemon juice to 3 parts water and use it as an all-purpose spray.

4.Sprinkle diatomaceous earth inside the house. Food-grade diatomaceous earth is a very effective insecticide that doesn’t harm humans or pets in the least. It’s composed of fossilized diatoms that have been ground to a powder. When insects walk over the powder, the tiny fossil shards scratch the waxy outer coating on their exoskeletons, causing their bodies to dry out. Sprinkle the powder along your baseboards, wind0wsills, and around the perimeter of your house to kill ants.

• It’s recommended that you wear a mask or cloth over your face when handling diatomaceous earth. While the powder isn’t harmful when ingested, the tiny particles can be hard on your lungs when you breathe them in.
• Diatomaceous earth becomes ineffective when it gets wet, or even when the air is damp and humid. It will regain its effectiveness when dry, so if your home’s humidity is reducing the potency of your DE consider using a dehumidifier in the problem areas.

5.Use boric acid. It’s completely natural and it really works against ants. When they ingest boric acid, it poisons their stomachs and they die. Boric acid also damages ants’ exoskeletons the same way diatomaceous earth does. It comes in the form of a white or blue powder that you sprinkle in areas where you commonly see ants, like near your baseboards or in your wind0wsills

• ### Benifits of Dates ?

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) recommended us to break fasting during Ramadan (iftar) with dates. Research study has proven that having dates after fasting has got great benefits for our nutrition and health!
Following are the 6 health benefits of eating dates after fasting:

1. Dates are easy to digest so they don’t exhaust the fasting person stomach.
2. Dates decrease the great hunger feeling of the fasting person and so he doesn’t rush into excessive food eating which causes digestion disorders.
3. Dates prepare the stomach to receive the food after being inactive through out the day with activating the release of digestive secretions and juices.
4. Dates are very rich with sugary energy and so the body is supplied with the most important nutrients which is sugar that is irreplaceable as a nutrient for the brain cells and nerves.
5. Dates protect the fasting person from having constipation as a result of changing meals times or as a result of having low fiber amounts in meals.
6. The alkaline salts in dates adjust the acidity of blood which result from excessiveness eating of meat and carbohydrates which causes a lot of hereditary diseases as diabetes, gout, renal stones, gall bladder inflammations, high blood pressure and hemorrhoids).
• ### How to Make Lassi ?

Lassi Recipe

• Prep time: 5 min
• Cook time: min
• Serves: 2

Main Ingredients:

1. yogurt
2. cardamom

Ingredients

• Curd – 2 cups, chilled, thick and beaten smooth (yogurt)
• Milk – 100 ml, chilled OR water
• Sugar – 2 heaped tbsps OR honey
• Cardamom powder – 1/2 tsp
• Pistachios – 4, finely chopped (or 2 almonds)
• Rose water – 1/4 tsp (optional)

Method

1. Use only thick curd and with the help of a strainer drain out excess water from the curd before beating it.
2. With the help of a traditional buttermilk churner, beat the thick curd till smooth and frothy.
3. Add chilled milk, cardamom powder, sugar or honey and churn till frothy.
4. Pour into serving glasses, garnish with chopped pistachios and serve.

Tips

• Curd and milk should be absolutely cold.
• You can use a hand blender or whisk to beat the curd till smooth.
• If you want a thinner consistency, add some chilled water.
• Adding full fat milk will yield a rich and creamy lassi. You can use skimmed milk or water instead of milk.
• ### what is perimeter ?

The word perimeter means  the distance around a two- dimensional shape  or  the perimeter is the length of the outline of a shape.   In Greek   word ‘peri ‘ means  around  and ‘meter ‘ means  measure. In mathematics, the perimeter refers to the total length of the sides or edges of a polygon, a two-dimensional figure with angles. Manipulating  the perimeter has considerable  realistic applications. The perimeter is use  to calculate the length of fence required to surround a yard or garden. The perimeter of a wheel  describes how far it will roll in one revolution. Likewise, the amount of thread wound around a reel is related to the reel’s perimeter.

Perimeter  of defferent shapes

1. Perimeter of circle =   2r   where  ‘r’  is the radius of circle.
2. Perimeter of triangle = a+b+c where a,b,c are the lengths of the sides of the triangle.
3. Perimeter of square or rhombus = 4a where  ‘ a’   is the length of the sides of square or rhombus.
4. Perimeter of rectangle = 2(l+b)  where ‘l’  and  ‘b’  is the length and breadth of rectangle.
5. Perimeter of equilateral polygon = n×a where ‘n’ is the number of sides and  ‘a’ is the length of one of the sides.
6. Perimeter of regular polygon = 2nbsin(π÷n)   where  ‘n’ is the number of sides and ‘b’ is the distance between centre of polygon and one of the vertices of polygon.
• ### What is BODMAS ?

BODMAS   stands for Brackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction.

BODMAS  is also known as PEDMAS which is commonly used in others countries.ss

PEDMAS is commonly used  in USA it works the same as BODMAS. The PEDMAS ellipsis is:

Parentheses,

Exponents (powers and roots),

Division and Multiplication,

The BODMAS contraction is for:

• Brackets (parts of a calculation inside brackets always come first).
• Orders (numbers involving powers or square roots).
• Division.
• Multiplication.
• Subtraction.

Brackets

Example:

5 × (4 + 2) = ?

You need to do the operation, or sum, inside the brackets first, 4 + 2, then multiply the answer by 5.

4 + 2 = 6.
5 × 6 = 30

If you unseen the brackets and did the sum 5 × 4 + 2 you would get 22  which is wrong.

Orders

Do anything involving a power or a square root next (these are also known as orders), again working from left to right if there is more than one.

Example:

22 + 5 = ?

You need to do the power sum first, before you can add 5.

22 = 2 × 2 = 4
4 + 5 = 9

Division and Multiplication

Once you have done any parts of the sum involving brackets or powers the next step is division and multiplication.

Multiplication and division rank equally, so you go from left to right in the sum, doing each operation in the order in which it appears.

Example:

3 × 5 ÷ 3 + 7 = ?

You need to do division and multiplication first, but you have one of each.

Start from the left and work across to the right, which means that you start with 3 × 5 = 15. Then do the division, 15 ÷ 3 = 5.

Only then do you move to the addition: 5 + 7 = 12. The answer is 12.

The final step is to calculate any addition or subtraction. Again, subtraction and addition rank equally, and you simply move from left to right.

Test

5 + 3 – 2 + 3 = ?

Correct

9

Incorrect

First Add  5+3 = 8 then subtract 2 which will be 6 then add 3 then it will 9