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AHSEC (Assam higher secondary education council), HS final exam question paper 2015

hs final exam question paper 2015

AHSEC (Assam higher secondary education council), HS final exam question paper 2015 And also the some important question answer of the papers.

AHSEC (Assam higher secondary education council) final exam question paper 2015/ HS final exam question paper 2015/ class 12 Assam HS final exam question paper of the year 2015 is available on this site. The question papers are available in the pdf format. The questions papers of the subjects are physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, and English. And also some important question answers to the papers.

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Some important questions answer to the paper English

12.e) What did Shukla want Gandhi to do? (H.S-2015)

Answer: Rajkumar Shukla wanted Gandhi to visit his district Champaran.

12.c) What does Mukesh want to be? (H.S-2015)

Answer: Mukesh wants to be a motor mechanic.

12.(a)What did M.Hamel write at the end of the class? (H.S-2015)

Ans: M.Hamel turn to the blackboard at the end of the class and took a piece of chalk and he wrote as large as he could- “Vive La France!”

12.(d)Who is the ‘Chota Sahib’ in the ‘Memories of a Chota Sahib’? (H.S-2015)

Ans: John Rowntree is the ‘Chota Sahib’ in the ‘Memories of a Chota Sahib’.

12.(f)Who was Sir Edward Gait? (H.S-2015)

Ans: Sir Edward Gait was an Assistant Commissioner of Assam.

12.(g)Did Sophie really meet Danny Casey? (H.S-2015)

Ans: No, it was her imagination only.

12.(h)Where was it most likely that Sophie and her friend would find work after school? (H.S-2015)

Ans: The two girls, Sophie and Janie, were already estimated for a job in the biscuit factory and it was likely that they would work after school.

13.(a)What was Franz expected to be prepared with for school that day? (H.S-2015)

Answer: Franz started school very late that day. He was expected to prepare a lesson on “Participles”. M.Hamel had said that he would question them on participles. But Franz did not know the first word about them.

Some important questions answer to the subject of Biology

Topic: Adaptive radiation and Darwin’s Finches

Q. What is adaptive radiation?

Answer: The process of evolution of different species in a given geographical area starting from a point and then radiating to other
areas (habitats) is called adaptive radiation.
It is called adaptive radiation as it is the same as when sunlight radiates from one particular source called the sun.

Q. Explain adaptive radiation with the example of Darwin’s finches or Galapagos finches?

Answer: Darwin went to Galapagos Island during his journey. There he observed small blackbirds, later called Darwin’s finches.
These birds amazed him because he came to know that there were many varieties of finches on the same Island.
All the varieties, evolved on the Island from the original seed eating finches. From the original seed eating beaks, many other forms with altered beaks arose which produced insectivorous worm and vegetarian finches. It happened because when number of finches increased due to reproduct there was a scarcity of seeds. So when new variation occured due to reproduction, and it existed because it gave survival advantage . For example long beak give them
opportunity to eat worms. So due to evolution completely different species from the original one developed.

Q. What are Darwin’s finches?

Answer: Darwin’s finches or Galapagos finches are a group of 15 species of birds and well known for diversity on beak and
function.

Q. Explain adaptive radiation with giving example of marsupials and placental mammals?

Answer: Marsupial is a type of mammal (specially from Australia) that is not completely developed. When it is born and is carried around in a pouch(a body part like a pocket) on the mother’s body, where it is fed and protected until it is completely developed. A number of marsupials each different from the other evolved from an ancestral stock, but all within the Australian Island continent. Placental mammals in Australia also exhibit adapture radiation in evolving into varieties of such placental mammals each of which appears to be similar to a corresponding masupial.

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