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Physics

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How does an aeroplane fly? »
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What is Greenwich Mean Time? »
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How do we measure time accurately?»
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Chemistry

How do we describe the elements livermorium, tennessine and oganesson? »
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What qualities make nihonium, flerovium and moscovium special? »
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Biology

How does a plant grow?»
The developmental cycles of animals and plants have contrasting styles. Animals ...
Can pears and apples grow on the same tree?»
Peaches and almonds growing on same tree! Or, mangoes and guavas hanging from the same ...
What is bonsai?»
At flower shows, have you seen miniature trees, which have proportionately small ...
How do fruits get their names?»
From ancient times, fruits have been Man’s favourite food Prehistoric Man may have ...
Why do fruits change colour when they ripen?»
Have you seen a tomato before it is ripe? It is green, sour and not very soft. However, ...