Q. 24.0( 9 Votes )

Answer the follow

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(i) The features that I observe while going to school are roads, buildings, vehicles, shops, temples, hospitals etc.

They are dissimilar and they should be included in the study of geography as these things are part and parcel of man’s living or related to human geography.

(ii) The Earth is flat at the poles and has a bulge at the equator. The correct shaope of the Earth is Geoid.

An Orange closes resembles with that of the Earth while cricket ball is too round and pumpkin is a little long and more flat.

(iii) Yes, our school celebrate Van Mahotsava in the first week of July where every student plant a tree.

Trees are the lungs of the Earth which filter the air and also help to form rain. Without trees no-one could survive on the Earth. It takes in carbon dioxide and gives out oxygen which we breathe and thereby maintains the ecological balance.

(iv) The animals like elephant, deer, earthworm; trees and grasses grow on the surface of this Earth. This sphere is known as Biosphere.

Features of Biosphere:-

• It is the layer of water, air and land which forms the ecosystem for the survival of living organism

• Transfer of energy i.e. food chain take place.

(v) It takes approximately 40 minutes to each my school from my house.

It would have taken 1 minute if my school was located across the road from my house and it would have saved a lot of time which takes for travelling.

The lesser time it takes for travel, the more time I can invest in studies and other activities. Travelling for longer distance not only kills time but also energy of the body.

Yes it can be shown that space can be converted into time and vice versa.

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