Answer :

(i) Mount Everest, 8800 m


Mount Everest is the highest peak and its height is 8800 meters.


(ii) 15 : 22


Annapurna is the lowest peak and its height is 6000 meters.


Mount Everest is the highest peak and its height is 8800 meters.


Ratio between them is


= 6000: 8800


= 15: 22


(iii) 6000 m < 7500 m < 8000 m < 8200 m < 8800 m


Heights of given peaks in ascending order will be as follows:


6000 meters < 7500 meters < 8000 meters < 8200 meters < 8800 meters


(iv) Mount Everest and Kanchenjunga


Mount Everest is the highest peak and its height is 8800 meters.


Kanchenjunga is second highest peak and its height is 8200 meters.


These two peaks differ in height by 600 meters.


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