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  1. Velocity is to speed as displacement is to distance. Reason:  Speed is a scalar quantity. It is the rate at which an object covers distance. On the other hand, Velocity is a vector quantity. It is the rate at which an object changes its position. Similarly, Distance is a scalar quantity which showsRead more

    Velocity is to speed as displacement is to distance.

    Reason:  Speed is a scalar quantity. It is the rate at which an object covers distance. On the other hand, Velocity is a vector quantity. It is the rate at which an object changes its position. Similarly, Distance is a scalar quantity which shows how much ground an object has covered. On the other hand, displacement is a vector quantity that shows how far out of place an object is.

    Hence like velocity is related to speed, displacement is related to distance.

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  1. The poem Where the Mind is Without Free is addressed to God. It is patriotic poem in the form of prayer in which the poet prays for prosperity of his country. Read summary of this poem.

    The poem Where the Mind is Without Free is addressed to God. It is patriotic poem in the form of prayer in which the poet prays for prosperity of his country.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Belinda is a young girl who lives in a white little house with her pets. According to the poet, Belinda was as brave as a barrel full of bears i.e. she was very brave and courageous. Read summary of this poem.

    Belinda is a young girl who lives in a white little house with her pets. According to the poet, Belinda was as brave as a barrel full of bears i.e. she was very brave and courageous.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    In the poem Tale of Custard the Dragon, everyone except the dragon considered itself brave, fearless and courageous and all of them made fun of Custard because he was coward and always cried for a nice safe cage. However when the pirate comes, all of them run away and hide themselves to save their lRead more

    In the poem Tale of Custard the Dragon, everyone except the dragon considered itself brave, fearless and courageous and all of them made fun of Custard because he was coward and always cried for a nice safe cage.

    However when the pirate comes, all of them run away and hide themselves to save their lives. But Custard fought with him bravely and tore him into pieces. Hence, Custard which was considered as coward was brave in real.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The rhyme scheme of the poem The Tale of Custard the Dragon is AABBCCDDEEFF. Read summary of this poem.

    The rhyme scheme of the poem The Tale of Custard the Dragon is AABBCCDDEEFF.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The moral of the poem The Tale of Custard the Dragon is that we should never underestimate a person based on his looks or what others say. In the poem, Belinda and her pets consider themselves as brave and tease Custard as he always keeps crying for a nice safe cage. However when the pirate appears,Read more

    The moral of the poem The Tale of Custard the Dragon is that we should never underestimate a person based on his looks or what others say. In the poem, Belinda and her pets consider themselves as brave and tease Custard as he always keeps crying for a nice safe cage.

    However when the pirate appears, all of them run away to save their lives except Custard who attacks the pirate fiercely and cuts him into pieces.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Ballad is a type of poetry which tells a story. The Tale of Custard the Dragon is also a story of Custard which was considered to be coward. However when the time comes, he proves to be brave and courageous. Read summary of this poem.

    Ballad is a type of poetry which tells a story. The Tale of Custard the Dragon is also a story of Custard which was considered to be coward. However when the time comes, he proves to be brave and courageous.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    In the poem, Custard always keeping complaining for not getting a nice safe cage. While all others boast about their bravery and also tease Custard for his cowardice. However when pirate appears, all other become coward and run away while Custard becomes brave spontaneously and faces the pirate fearRead more

    In the poem, Custard always keeping complaining for not getting a nice safe cage. While all others boast about their bravery and also tease Custard for his cowardice. However when pirate appears, all other become coward and run away while Custard becomes brave spontaneously and faces the pirate fearlessly.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Belinda and all her pets ran away and hid themselves to save their lives. However Custard did not fear from pirate and fought him with bravery and finally killed him mercilessly. Read summary of this poem.

    Belinda and all her pets ran away and hid themselves to save their lives. However Custard did not fear from pirate and fought him with bravery and finally killed him mercilessly.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    In the end of the poem, all the animals praise Custard for his bravery. Belinda embraces him, Mustard licks him, Ink and Blink run around him in joy. But Custard again keeps crying for a nice safe cage. Read summary of this poem.

    In the end of the poem, all the animals praise Custard for his bravery. Belinda embraces him, Mustard licks him, Ink and Blink run around him in joy. But Custard again keeps crying for a nice safe cage.

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