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How to describe the object

How to describe the object

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How to describe the object

  1. 1. By Dawle A P
  2. 2. Object Description  Definition  Diagram  Components  Working
  3. 3. Object Description For example Calculator  Definition: A calculator is an electronic machine that automatically performs mathematical calculations.
  4. 4. Object Description: Calculator Diagram
  5. 5. Object Description: Calculator Components:  Display Screen  Keys  Battery
  6. 6. Object Description: Calculator Working and use:  MC Memory Clear  M+ Memory Addition  M- Memory Subtraction  MR Memory Recall  C or AC All Clear  CE Clear (last)  ÷ Division × Multiplication - Subtraction + Addition = Result
  7. 7. Object Description example no. 2 Air Cooler  Definition: Air cooler is a device that cools air through the evaporation of water.
  8. 8. Object Description: Air Cooler Diagram
  9. 9. Object Description: Air Cooler Components:  Fan  Pump  Water Tank  Cooling Pad
  10. 10. Object Description: Air Cooler Working and use: An air cooler can be an affordable and economical alternative to air conditioning. Air coolers work on the principle of heat loss during the evaporation process, resulting in cooler air. They are much more effective in a very dry climate. In a more humid climate, an air conditioner will give greater relief from the heat. Since an air cooler works on the principle of evaporation, it uses a water tank that must be filled periodically.

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