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Question 1: There is a king named Chitrasen in a town called Vaishali on horseback.  He is fond of horse riding.  There were many excellent horses in his stable.  Among them were four horses that were dear to him, who were not trained as expected.  The man working in the stable tried to train the horses but the king was not satisfied.  The king wanted to train the horses to the best of his ability.  For this, he announced in the state that the person who will provide excellent training to the horses through him will be honored and rewarded by the state.  Many people who were experts in training horses came to the king.  The king assigned them four horses for training.  But the lads who came near him to train the horse, touched it, the horses kicked it on my ground and did not control it in any way.  The bones of several lakhs were broken.  One day a young man came to the king in the palace and he set out to train the horses.  The courtiers laughed when they heard him.  Some even pity his stupidity.  The king said to him, "Many young men have gone to Ovi before you, but they have not succeeded.  The bones of most of the lakhs also escaped. "But I said to the young man with confidence," Rajaji give me a chance.  I am confident that I will be able to train Op's horses as per Opp's expectations.  But I have a hundred, I will keep them with me until the horses are fully trained. '' The king agreed with the ministers and handed over the horses to him.  Weeks have passed, Manhana has passed, one year has passed in Jaet Jaate.  But the horse did not come.  The king told the courtiers.  Nakki Ghadao may have escaped by injuring the young man and the young man may not be fit to be seen here.  Now let's forget about the horse.  So much so that the sound of a horse is OV.  As the king walked from the balcony of the palace, the horses were lined up in a line behind the young man.  Raja O Jai was surprised along with Onand.  He thanked Ovi and the young man and asked, ‘Young man, you show me, how do you train the horses?  How the horses came under your control.  Why did it take you so long? ’The young man replied,‘ Rajaji, the horse was actually dead.  The mouth left them open in the beginning, letting them do what they did.  I do the same with them.  When they run, I run, when they run, I also run.  When I eat that food, I also take food.  This made the horses feel like I was a horse in the woods just like them.  After three days, the mouth tried to put a seat on his back.  But he did not like it, he removed the seat.  But with constant effort, he lost his seat.  The mouth then tried to bandage them.  In the beginning, they also lost the leash.  Then, with constant effort, he gradually got used to the belt.  Gradually I became their friend and I could train them.  On the basis of the above, the answer to the following question is given: - 1. Why did Oval Lake fail to train the youth first?  Answer: The young Oval Lake failed to train the horse first because they tried to control the horse without a fight with the horse.  Don't worry.  Tried to be a mother instead of a friend.  2. What could be the secret to a young person's success?  Answer: Young people have self-confidence.  He respected the horse's freedom in the beginning.  I let him do what he did and the young man started doing the same.  Initially, I tried to be a friend instead of a teacher.  He tried to make the horse realize that he was one of them.  I don't like myself but try to do what suits the horse.  Ekad Page 1 of 5


 Page 2 of 5 Repeated attempts without getting frustrated if the attempt fails.  Due to which the closeness and trust with the young horse increased which led to a time when the horse believed many things of the young man.  3. What kind of innovation does the context lead you to?  The context leads to a positive change.  He will get a positive response if he works as Kai's friend.  The gap will widen as you try to become a master.  The effort will not succeed unless we try to keep the ego and the ego under control.  Only friendship and trust can solve many problems and teach Parka the art of making her own.  4. Fill in the blanks on the basis of foreknowledge: - a.  In ancient times, kings used to challenge the other kings in the world by placing the sacrificial horse in the name of Rajsuyakhnam as a representation of their kingdom.  When the horse becomes invincible and returns, the king gets the word of the emperor.  B.  The number of horses in Suyakhanarayana's chariot is seven.  A.  Maharana Pratap, known as Veetak, died in the battle of Haldighati.  D.  Where did the word Horse Power come from?  In what context and what is meant by it.  He used the word hashpower to measure the power of a steam engine.  Question 2: Coin Count You have been asked to design a bunch of coins.  All the coins should be made of metal and should be shaped, but it should be noted that all the coins should have different diameters.  It is learned from the sources that the students should fulfill the requirements mentioned by the Odishakh group.  સ Coins should not be less than 15 mm in diameter and not more than 45 mm in diameter.  (For example, a 17 mm diameter can be a coin, but a 17.3 mm diameter cannot be a coin.) You have to make a group of coins that meet the above requirements, but keep in mind that your coin can have a maximum number of coins.  5. What is the maximum number of coins you can count if you start with a 15 mm coin?  A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 Page 2 of 5


 The question is stated in the preceding paragraph that the powers that be must meet certain requirements.  One of their requirements is that the diameter of the opal should be at least 30% of the diameter of the scalpel ”.  If the first coin is 15 mm then the diameter of the coin should be 30% more than that.  Explain what we should calculate first.  He will be told that first he has to calculate what is 30% of 15 mm.  Then it has to be added in 15mm so that the newly formed mata shakka has a diameter.  Repeat the process until the new coin is found to be smaller than 45 mm in diameter, as the coin should not be more than 45 mm in diameter as required.  Another important point to keep in mind is that coins have a whole number of millimeters in diameter ”, for example 10 mm of 15 mm is 1.5 mm.  Ohm, 30% of 15 mm is 4.5 mm.  Therefore, the diameter of 15% to 30% mata shaskna is 19.5 mm.  But we can't make a 19.5 mm shackle because it's not an integer.  Now, the nearest whole number from 19.5 mm is 20 mm.  Ohm, 15 mm to 30%, but a whole number of diameters is 20 mm.  Similarly, when calculating, it will be found that in addition to a total of 5 coins, it will be possible to make a customized suit.  It should be deducted from your calculations as follows.  15mm, 20mm, 26mm, 34mm, 45mm.  Written representation of the response received in the last week 6. If you start with a 15 mm shaft, what will be the diameter of the shaft?  A. 40 mm B. 41 mm C. 42 mm D. 43 mm A total of five sheets can be made as calculated.  Now, the diameters of all the possible coins do not match the Opel Cai value.  What can be done?  Here, the word “almost” emphasizes the cross.  We have to find out the diameter of the mattress in the mattress.  Considering all of Opel's options, the value is closer to 45 mm.  At the end of the day, it will be noted that the answer can be chosen 43.  Written presentation of the response received last week Page 3 of 5


 Page 4 of 5 Question 3: 7. Shyam Napikari (from Shasarija) is playing.  He puts his finger on the victim's mouth and tries to push the stick inwards.  It can push the stick ___________.  A. Absolutely B. Absolutely C. Not at all C. Slightly D. (None of these - Napikari (Shasrijans) will be broken)  Not spent.  The hand will be able to push the dark dot slightly inwards as the path for air circulation is blocked.  Correct Answer: a.  Written presentation of the response received in the last week. Page 4 of 5


 Page 5 of 58. The students wanted to know if an empty barrel on the slope would sink faster than a barrel full of sand.  In order to achieve their goal, they must be convinced of all other options, except for one of the reasons.  What could be the reason?  A. The JPIP used is the same (when empty).  B. The slope is the same.  C. Both the pipes are left together.  D. Both peeps are left in one place.  Correct Answer: a.  Both peeps are left together.  Explanation: It is not necessary to release both the pipes at the same time.  Students can also record the time in different ways as they feel the pressure on both sides.  That's why the option is to leave both peeps together so that there is no need to develop the matter.  Written presentation of the response received last week 

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