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How Strong is Your Logical Reasoning?
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Learn how to break a problem and approach to solve it step by step. This puzzle will teach you how to logically reason out and make decisions to solve a problem.

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how many ATP are required to form a polypeptide? mam ye question ka answer ni mila muje can you please tell me mam😊
Tehseen Fatima
7 months ago
1 peptide is made by use 1 ATP & so on
Tehseen Fatima
7 months ago
Dear; again watch the 2nd part of elongation .....waha pr mam ne achay se bataya hai......
Tehseen Fatima
7 months ago
bahar se koi ATP use nahii hoti........energy is derive when amino grp of the aminoacyl_tRna attacks the carbonyl group of the fMET tRNA at P_site & breaks the ester bond .....after breakdown of this linkage ...the energy that is released is used againg is peptide formation
Tehseen Fatima
7 months ago
again****
Shivi singh
7 months ago
thanks alot i have watched
i had solved this puzzle 8n 3rd grade
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Good one !! Interesting :)
good name
very captivating presentation Miss Doshi. Please continue the series and would appreciate more courses on topics of historical importance and personalities from you. Thank you
Sheetal Sharma
2 years ago
https://unacademy.com/lesson/most-important-gk-questions-part-1-in-hindi/KHJRJBH0 ( most important gk questions for SSC chsl and cgl
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oh great,keep it up, these kinds of puzzles refreshes upsc aspirants after reading some bored chapters like ancient history etc
Sheetal Sharma
2 years ago
https://unacademy.com/lesson/most-important-gk-questions-part-1-in-hindi/KHJRJBH0 ( most important gk questions for SSC chsl and cgl
It's a problem of heuristic search in Artificial intelligence (computer science). Good exercise for brain.
Sheetal Sharma
2 years ago
https://unacademy.com/lesson/most-important-gk-questions-part-1-in-hindi/KHJRJBH0 ( most important gk questions for SSC chsl and cgl
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