### Nishant G Male, 29 Years

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Class 6 - 8 Tutor

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Location: Delhi, India
• Total Experience:
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I have been teaching all subjects to the students of class I - V of all boards and Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Algebra, Evs to the students of class VI - X of all boards since last five years. My teaching style is unique it is beneficial for boards as well as competitive examination.
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I approach tutoring in such a way that I show the students the basics, and then give them a variety of practice exercises and urge them figure out the answers themselves. If in doubt, I would keep prompting them to find the right answers thereby helping them to grasp the right concepts.
Teaches:
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• ## Question: What is the formula for finding area of a cylinder?

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 07/04/2017

Total Surface Area = 2πr(r + h) Lateral Surface Area = 2πrh Area of each end = πr^2 (as each end of a right circular cylinder constitutes a circle)

• ## Question: Why do Cherrapunjee experience high rainfall?

Posted in: Geography | Date: 08/04/2017

The South West monsoon that enters in India first strikes at Kerala coast around 1st June. Due to the triangular shape of India, it is divided into two branches: Arabian branch and Bay of Bengal branch. Now monsoon enters North Eastern states of India via Bay of Bengal. In this region, there are three mountains: Garo, Khasi, and Jayanyia forming a funnel shaped region. Mausinram and Cherapunjee lie in this funnel shaped region. Due to its funnel shape, it traps monsoon winds and that's why Cherapunjee receives the highest rainfall in India.

• ## Question: What are the negative effects of soil pollution?

Posted in: Geography | Date: 07/03/2018

There are many negative effects of soil pollution, some of these are listed below:

• Soil pollution leads to the death of many useful soil organisms, like earthworms.
• Polluted soil affects adversely on the health of the plants due to which plants can easily be infected by diseases.
• Pollutants dissolved in the soil get absorbed by the crops sown in that soil. These pollutants are then passed on to us after we eat them. This causes many diseases in human beings.
• The dissolved soil pollutants also passed on to the next trophic levels and affect the health of the animals.
• Soil pollution also decreases the fertility of the soil. Due to the decreased soil fertility, soil yield also gets decreased.

• ## Question: what is relationship between the commercial and si unit of energy

Posted in: Physics | Date: 24/04/2018

The commercial unit of energy is Kilo-Watt-hour (KWh), whereas SI unit of energy is Joule (J). 1 KWh can be explained as the amount of energy consumed by an electrical appliance at the rate of 1000 Watts for an hour.

Relation between KWh and Joule:

1 KWh = 1 KW x 1 h

1000 W x 3600 sec (1 KW = 1000 W and 1 h = 60 x 60 sec)

3600000 W-sec

36 x 10^5 J (1 J = 1 W-sec)

3.6 x 10^6 J.

• ## Question: What is plasma?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 24/04/2018

Plasma is considered as the fourth state of matter. Plasma is a type of gas which consists of ionized atoms i.e., free positively charged (ions) and negatively charged (electrons) particles. Due to the free charged particles, this fourth state of matter exhibits unique property of conducting electricity. In simple words, the Plasma is the type of gas through which an electric discharge takes place.

Aurora Australis and Aurora Borealis commonly known as Northern lights, stars in the universe, lighting in Earth's atmosphere, etc. are some examples of Plasma.

• ## Question: ice is solid but you must have observed that ice floats on water?describe answer

Posted in: Physics | Date: 01/05/2018

The substances that have high density than water sink in it and those having less density than water, floats on it. Ice has less density as compared to water, so it floats on water.

Why is the density of ice less than water?

Water has the molecular formula H2O, this means that one oxygen atom is bound with two hydrogen molecules to form one molecule of water. In water, there are many H2O molecules and there is a force of attraction among them which is called as hydrogen bonding.

When water is in the liquid state, these hydrogen bonds are not so strong and thus breaks and reforms continuously due to the continuous movement of water molecules.

When water starts freezing, the kinetic energy of water molecules decreases and they form the crystal lattice structure. In this crystal lattice structure, there exist many vacant spaces. This makes the density of ice lesser than that of water.