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Class 11 Session Ending Question Paper – Geography

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN XXXXXXX REGION SESSION ENDING EXAMINATION 2020-21 CLASS –XI भूगोल (सैद्धांतिक) (029) GEOGRAPHY (THEORY) (029) निर्धारित समय : 3      घंटे अधिकतम अंक: 70 Time allowed: 3 Hours    Maximum Marks : 70 सामान्य निर्देश: i) इस प्रश्न पत्र में कुल 29 प्रश्न हैं। ii) प्रश्न पत्र को 3 खंडें – क, …

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Composition and Structure of Atmosphere

Composition and Structure of Atmosphere – Class 11

Composition and Structure of Atmosphere About 78.08% of atmospheric gasses are Nitrogen (N2). The amount of Oxygen (O2) in atmosphere is 20.95%. Amount of Helium (He) in atmosphere is 0.0005%. The amount of Hydrogen (H2) in atmosphere is 0.00005%. 99% of the total atmospheric mass lies within 32 kilometers above the earth surface. Q. Discuss …

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Atmospheric Circulation

Atmospheric Circulation and Weather Systems – Class 11

Atmospheric Circulation and Weather Systems – Class 11 Question. What do you mean by atmospheric pressure? Answer: (Atmospheric Circulation) Atmospheric pressure means the weight of air in a column of atmosphere from the mean sea level to the top of the atmospheric level. Atmospheric pressure is expressed with the help of the unit of millibar …

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Solar Radiation-Heat Balance and Temperature

Solar Radiation, Heat Balance and Temperature – Class 11

Solar Radiation, Heat Balance and Temperate The ‘Solar Radiation-Heat Balance and Temperature’ – these are very much related with the the position of the sun and so many other factors etc. Insolation: Insolation means the energy received from the earth. The earth surface receive about 1.94 calories per sq.cm per minute. Aphelion: The process of …

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Landforms and Their Evolution

Landforms and Their Evolution – Class 11 Fundamentals of Physical Geography

Landforms and Their Evolution Landforms and Their Evolution: Landforms are mainly created by endogenic or exogenic forces. For example landforms are created by running water, wind action, glacier, volcanism etc. Landforms are the results of erosional or depositional processes. Cirque, moraine, arete, ‘U’ shape valley, drumlin, esker, outwash plain etc. are the glacier made landforms. …

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