Selina ICSE Concise Mathematics for Class 10 (2019-2020) Session
R.K. Bansal - 2017
This book is designed for the students of class 10, who are to appear for their Class 10 examinations. The topics covered in this book are in sync with the latest ICSE syllabus and guidelines. This paperback book consists of 477 pages and the content used is easy for the students to understand. It has been penned by R.K. Bansal.Salient Features of this Book:• Each chapter includes exercises for the students to evaluate their understanding of the concepts. • In sync with the latest ICSE syllabus for 2019 board examinations, this will be an easy guide to prepare for the same with.• Chapters are well-covered, giving the students a clear idea about different types of sums, equations and problems so that they do not find any problem difficult to solve.• The solved examples with easy step-by-step guidance make this book a favourite amongst the students. • Schematic representation of data let the Mathematical equations be super simple for the students to grasp.• Exercises contain interactive problems and riddles that will let the students think and develop their analytical skills.
Icha Icha Tactics
自来也 - 1999
Naruto Uzumaki gives Kakashi an advance copy, which he describes as "totally boring"; Jiraiya feels that Naruto is simply too young to appreciate it. Prior to his death, Jiraiya uses Tactics as the key for a secret message about Pain's identity. In order to decode the message, Kakashi is forced to read passages aloud; Kakashi is embarrassed to do so, and Shikamaru Nara is embarrassed to listen. In Naruto Shinden: Family Day, Kakashi encourages Sasuke Uchiha to imitate scenes from Tactics to help him become closer with his daughter, Sarada. Sasuke calls Sarada his "cute peanut", a pet name used by one of the book's characters, but she takes this as a sign that he's forgotten her name. Sasuke then tries putting his cloak on her, which, in Tactics, instantly causes girls to fall in love, but Sasuke's cloak is too big for Sarada and she becomes so embarrassed that she storms off. Afterwards, Kakashi observes that the book's depictions may no longer be current due to its age, and so they wouldn't work on somebody Sarada's age.
INSULTS - The Best Insults Ever - Win at any verbal argument!
THE CLOWN FACTORY - 2013
This is a collection of the best INSULTS in history. Please take some time out of your day to read this book, but try not to cry your eyes out or use these on an innocent victim. This collection includes the following:I. Insults with Animal References II. Insulting Someone's IntelligenceIII. Insulting Someone's PersonalityIV. Insulting Someone's LooksV. Insults about Annoying People VI. Random Insults
Quick Review Series for BDS 3rd Year
J. Jyotsna Rao - 2011
The book contains a collection of the last 10-15 years' solved questions of General Medicine, General Surgery, Oral Pathology and Microbiology in accordance with the new syllabus of BDS 3rd year. The book will serve the requirements of BDS 3rd year students to prepare for their examinations and help PG aspirants in quick review of important topics. It would also be helpful for PG students in a quick rush through the preclinical subjects. About the Author: Dr Jyotsna Rao Dr Jyotsna Rao is a senior faculty, currently working as an Associate Professor (Reader) in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, The Oxford Dental College, Hospital and Research Centre, Bangalore. She is also the founder and chairperson of Raghasai Institute of Postgraduate Entrance Examinations (RIPEE), Bangalore.
Uttam K. Roy - 2010
Internet of Things: A Hands- on Approach
Arshdeep Bahga - 2014
It can also be used by IoT (Internet of Things) vendors and service providers for training their program developers. The authors have used an immersive 'hands on' approach, similar to the one adopted in the companion book, Cloud Computing: A Hands-on Approach, to help readers gain expertise in developing working code for real-world IoT applications.
The Wonderland Himachal Pradesh: An Encyclopedia
Jag Mohan Balokhra - 1995
The state is now widely explored and exposed to people of different tastes and interests, with the increasing penetration of electronic and printing media. The invaluable wealth which was ealier confined to the knowledge of locals, is now readily available to the seekers and searchers of knowledge through newspapers, magazines, books and visuals. The book Wonderland Himachal Pradesh, has been written with the objective of providing detailed information to the readers on all aspects of the state.