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How Much Water Should I Drink During Exams

How Much Water Should I Drink

Do you know how much water is sufficient for you?

You might think drinking more water is good for your health,
here is the main issue.

If you drink Low amount of water, it will lead to dehydration.

If you take a high amount of water than your body required, it will lead to Hyponatremia.

So here we will explain how much water is sufficient for you and how to take it properly.

How Much Water Should I Drink :

1. Safety Profile :

Safety Profile

The amount of water needed depends on several factors, such as your level of physical activity and whether you're pregnant or breastfeeding or have lost fluids due to fever, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Drinking too much water can lead to a rare condition called Hyponatremia. Coffee, cola, alcohol, and tea should not be considered as water substitutes.

Just how much water you should drink depends on your environment and your specific bodily needs. Men should drink between 8 – 14 glasses per day and women should drink 6 – 12 glasses per day (more if breastfeeding).

If you live in a hot or humid climate or at an altitude of more than 8,200 ft., you may also need more water. Drink water when you sweat.

Keeping that target in mind, listen to your thirst and your body’s other signals to find the amount that works best for you. Adjust according to the following considerations:

  • Drink when you’re thirsty.
  • Stop when you’re not thirsty anymore.
  • Drink extra to make up for additional fluids lost due to exercise and extreme heat.
  • Anything darker than light yellow-colored urine means you need to fill up your water bottle as soon as possible.

2. Make Drinking Water a Habit:

Make Drinking Water a Habit

Water goes through the organ system. It is filtered by your kidneys and absorbed by blood cells. A single glass of water does not improve the look of your skin and hair. Consistent hydration is vital. Make drinking water a habit.

An excellent way to increase your water intake is to invest in a high-quality water bottle. Many water bottles include measurements. So you can track exactly how much water you’re drinking. This helps you make sure you’re getting the recommended amount of water every day.

Dehydration leads to fatigue and problems with coordination. Don't wait until you're dying of thirst to reach for your water bottle.

Taking it with you ensures you’re never stuck without a source of water, even if you’re on the job or out somewhere. You can even get bottles with built-in filters like the Brita Bottle.

Don’t allow your plastic bottles to sit in the sun as this might increase the chances of chemical leaching. Use stainless steel bottles for traveling purpose.

Water is available in many forms including bottled water, flavored water, vitamin water, and tap water.

3. Water Purifiers:

Water Purifiers

There are many water purifiers available in the market that you can install in your kitchen to ensure pure drinking water.

Drinking water straight from the tap can be unpleasant or dangerous depending on the quality of the water where you live. Filters absorb chemicals from the water, making it both safe to drink and tasteless.

On top of that, using a filtered pitcher reduces waste, and saves you the expense of buying bottled water. The most popular water purifiers are those with UV and RO Technology.

  • Fix your water supply away from gasoline, pesticides and other hazardous substance.
  • Inspect your water supply and tanks every three months and ensure that there is no leakage.
  • The unpleasant taste can be treated by pouring water from one container to another, three to four times.

4. Add Some Flavor:

Add Some Flavor

You can add subtle flavor by adding fruits into your pitcher. If these options don’t appeal, you can try pre-made flavor infused water bottles. Let's see some of the water flavors.

  • Lemon
  • Watermelon
  • Cucumber
  • Oranges
  • Pineapple
  • Green Tea
  • Strawberries
  • Cinnamon
  • Blueberries
  • Kiwi

5. Try Sparkling Water :

Try Sparkling Water

If you’re used to drinking soda with every meal, then you probably enjoy the carbonation.

The only downside is the cost, as sparkling water can be expensive, even if you purchase a device that filters it for you at home.

Benefits of sparkling water:
  • helps you consume more water
  • it can help you swallow
  • Can increase feelings of fullness
  • may help relieve constipation and indigestion
  • Can improve bone health
  • May improve heart health

6. Drink a Glass of Water Before a Meal :

Drink a Glass of Water Before a Meal

Water acts as a natural appetite suppressant. So having a glass of water before and after dinner can help curb your appetite by making you feel fuller.

Nutrition gives you energy, and water does too. It’s necessary you consume adequate amounts of water to perform at your best.

  • Lose Weight
  • Improve Your Skin
  • Energize Your Day

7.Drink First Thing in the Morning:

Drink First Thing in the Morning

Drink a glass of water early in the morning alongside coffee. Better yet, substitute coffee with cold water!. Not only will this help you integrate drinking more water into your daily routine. it’ll energize and refresh you for the day ahead.

  • Immediately helps rehydrate the body.
  • Increases your level of alertness.
  • Helps fuel your brain.
  • Can help you fight sicknesses and strengthens the immune system.
  • Helps get rid of the toxins in your body.
  • Jump-starts your metabolism.
  • Reinforces healthy weight loss.
  • Improves complexion and skin radiance.
  • Prevents kidney stones and protects your colon and bladder from infections.
  • promotes the growth of healthy hair.

8. Eat Water-rich Foods:

Eat Water-rich Foods

One of the most important things is making sure your diet is nutritious. Obviously supplementing your diet with water is important, but your body also absorbs a lot of water from the foods you eat.

If you struggle to get into the habit of drinking 8 glasses a day, then try picking up foods rich with water. Fruits are at the top of the list, followed by broth-based soups and leafy greens, like lettuce and spinach. Let's Water rich foods.

  • Watermelon
  • Strawberries
  • Cantaloupe
  • Peaches
  • Oranges
  • Skim Milk
  • Cucumber
  • Lettuce
  • Broths and Soups
  • Zucchini
  • Celery
  • Plain Yogurt
  • Tomatoes
  • Bell Peppers
  • Cauliflower
  • Cabbage
  • Grapefruit
  • Coconut Water
  • Cottage Cheese

Conclusion :

While preparing for exams and even during an exam drink enough water. Eat water-rich foods and vitamin-rich foods. It will improve concentration and memory. Take regular breaks for water to hydrate your body.

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06 May, 2019

List of National Awards in India

List of National Awards

An award is a prize or certificate that a person is given for doing something well in any field. Awards are different types, depends on the field of work.

The award was given for outstanding contribution towards in the field of arts, literature, science and public service. Padma awards are given exceptional and distinguished service in any field.

Bharat Ratna is the highest civilian award in India. Gallantry awards are given for the brave and gallant people etc.

List of National Awards

S.NoAwardField of Contribution
1.Bharat RatnaArts, Literature, Science and Public Services
Padma Awards
1.Padma VibhushanExceptional and distinguished service in any field
2.Padma Bhushan
3.Padma Shri
Gallantry Awards
1Param Vir Chakra (PVC)Brave and Gallant
2Ashok Chakra
3Shaurya Chakra
Other Important Awards
1Nobel PrizeLiterature, Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Peace, and Economics
2BAFTA AwardsTelevision, Films, Video Games and Animation
3Bourlog AwardAgriculture
4Karbir SammanSocio Communal Harmony
5Pritzker PrizeArchitecture
6Saraswati SammanLiterature
7The Oscar/Academy AwardsFilms
8Sangeet-Natak Akademi AwardMusic, dance and Drama
9Vachaspati SammanSanskrit Literature
10Booker PrizeLiterature
11Vyas Samman
12Moorti Devi Award
13Jnanpith award
14Bihari Puraskar
15Dadasaheb Phalke AwardCinema/Films
16Dhyan Chand Awardveteran sports persons
17Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardsports person
18Arjuna Award
19Dronacharya AwardEminent coaches
20Stirling PrizeArchitecture
21Aga Khan Award
22Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar PrizeScience & Technology
23Dhanwantari AwardMedical Science
24Kalinga PrizeScience
25Grammy AwardMusic
26Abel PrizeMathematics
27International Gandhi Peace PrizeSocial, Economic and Political revolution
28Lal Bahadur Shastri National AwardPublic Administration, Academics and Management
29Green Star AwardsEnvironmental disasters
30Magsaysay AwardPublic Service, Leadership, Journalism, Literature,creative arts and international understanding.
31Pulitzer PrizeNewspaper and Online journalism, Literature, and Musical composition
32Sahitya Akademi AwardBooks in Indian Languages and English.
33Manthan AwardE-Content and Creativity
34FiFi AwardsIndustry’s creative achievements

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01 May, 2019

Classification of Numbers

Classification of Numbers

An arithmetical number can express by a word, symbol, or figure. Those are representing a particular quantity and used in counting, measuring and making calculations.

We covered almost all number classifications for Competitive exam point of view. These number classifications are necessary to learn for numerical aptitude.

Decimal Number:

Decimal number contains decimal point. Decimal point is .

Example: 27.45


Classification of number system 0, 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 symbols are called digits.



Group of digits is called as a number.

Example: 21, 456, 1244, 25734 etc

Face Value:

Face value is nothing but actual value of the digit.

Example: 458
Face value of 4 is 4
Face value of 5 is 5
Face value of 8 is 8

Place Value:

When the value contains digits that is number, such digits counting is units, tens, hundreds, thousands…etc

Example: 342
The place of 2 is units. Place value of 2 * 1 = 2
The place of 4 is tens. Place value of 4 * 10 = 40
The place of 3 is Hundreds. Place value of 3 * 100 = 300

Natural Numbers (N):

Counting numbers without zero is called natural numbers. Natural numbers does not contain zero. Natural numbers denoted by N

Formula: n > 0

Example: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12…

Whole Numbers (W):

Counting numbers with zero is called as whole numbers. Whole numbers denoted by W.

Formula: n ≥ 0
Whole numbers = Natural numbers + zero

Example: 0,1,2,3...


Counting Numbers with zero and –ve numbers is called as integers. All integers are fractions. Not all fractions are integers. Integers denoted by Z

  • Positive Integers: n > 0; [1, 2, 3...]
  • Negative Integers: n < 0; [-1,-2,-3...]
  • Non-Positive Integers: n ≤ 0; [0,-1,-2,-3...]
  • Non-Negative Integers: n ≥ 0; [0, 1, 2, 3...]

Formula: n ≥ 0 or n ≤ 0
Integers = Whole numbers + the negative of the whole numbers.

Example: ….3,-2,-1, 0,1,2,3...

Rational Numbers (Q):

Rational numbers nothing but fraction of real number. Rational numbers denoted by Q. Fractions can be written as a terminating decimal or a repeating decimal.

Example: 22/7, 45/6…

Formula: m/n remainder is not zero
Rational numbers = Integers + fractions

Irrational Numbers (P):

irrational number is a number that perfectly divisible by itself. Irrational Numbers is denoted by P.Irrational numbers are numbers that cannot be written as a fraction. Another way to see them is that they are neither repeating decimals nor terminating decimals.

Example: 22/2, 45/5…

Formula: m/n remainder is zero

Real Numbers(R):

Collection of rational and irrational numbers called as real numbers. Real number is denoted by R.

Example: 22/2, 45/5, 22/2, 45/5…

Formula: m/n
Real numbers = rational numbers + irrational numbers

Even Numbers:

A number perfectly divisible by 2 is called as even number. Alternative numbers from zero is also called as even numbers.

Example: 0, 2, 4,6,8,10,12…

Formula:n / 2 = 0

Odd Numbers:

A number not perfectly divisible by 2 is called as odd number.

Example: 1, 3,5,7,9…

Formula: n / 2 ≠ 0

Prime Numbers:

Numbers which is divisible by itself and 1 is called as prime numbers. 1 is not a prime number.

Example: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, 97

1Q: How to check 157 is prime number or not?
Step 1 : 13 > √157
Step 2 : Prime numbers less than 13. So less than 13 prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7 and 11.
Step 3 : 157 is not divisible by any prime numbers (below 13).
Result : Finally 157 is a prime number.

Formula: n/n, n/1

Composite Numbers:

non prime numbers are called composite prime numbers. 1 is neither a prime number nor a composite number. 2 is the only even prime number.

Example: 4, 6, 8, 9….

Formula: Natural numbers- prime numbers

Co-Primes Numbers:

Two natural numbers are co-primes if their H.C.F. is 1. For example, (2, 3), (4, 5) are co-primes.

Example: (2,3), (4,5),(4,9), (21,44)..

Formula: 2 number H.C.F is 1

Twin prime numbers:

A pair of prime numbers difference is two are called twin prime number.

Example: The twin prime numbers between 1 and 100.
(3, 5), (5, 7), (11, 13), (17, 19), (29, 31), (41, 43), (59, 61), (71, 73).

Formula: n2-n1=2

Consecutive numbers:

If the difference between two numbers is 1, it is called as consecutive number.

Formula: x, x+1, x+2

Example: 16,17,18,19

Consecutive even numbers:

if the difference between two numbers is 2, it is called as consecutive even numbers.

Formula: x, x+2, x+4

Example: 16, 18, 20

Consecutive odd numbers:

if the difference between two numbers is 2, it is called as consecutive odd numbers.

Formula: x, x+2, x+4

Example: 17, 19, 21

Complex Number:

A Complex Number is a combination of Real Number and Imaginary Number. Complex number is denoted by Im(z).

Formula: a + bi
a, b real numbers
I imaginary number.

Example: √(-7), √(1-8), √(-25) = 5i, etc...

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26 April, 2019

Important Lakes in India

 Lakes in India

Here you will get list/collection of lakes in India for competitive exams. Lake is not a part of the ocean. It lies on land and also surrounded by land. All lakes are filled with water. Lakes constructed by rivers and streams.

If you want, you can see lakes in India map. Important lakes in India useful for UPSC and bank exams. Most of the lakes in India constructed for needs of human.

Human-made lakes are called artificial lakes. You can see list of artificial lakes in India and also salt water lakes & freshwater lakes in India

Remember Key Points:

  • Largest fresh water lake in India – Wular Lake, Kashmir
  • Largest artificial lake in India – Upper lake (Bhojtal), Madhya Pradesh
  • Largest saline water lake in india – Chilika lake, Orissa
  • Longest lake in India – Vembanad, Kerala
  • Highest Lake in india – Cholamu Lake, Sikkim

Also Read:
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Important Lakes in India

S.NoLake NameState
1. Pulicat lake Andhra Pradesh
2. Kolleru
3. Chandubi lakeAssam
4. Chapanala Lake
5. Haflong Lake
6. Son Beel Lake
7. Kanwar Lake Bihar
8.Sukhna lake Chandigarh
9.Narayan sarovar lake Gujarat
10.Hamirsar Lake
11.Kankaria Lake
12.Lakhota Lake
13.Sursagar Lake
14.Thol Lake
15.Vastrapur Lake
16.Chandra taal lake Himachal Pradesh
17.Khajjiar lake
18.Brighu Lake
19.Dashair and Dhankar Lake
20.Kareri and Kumarwah lake
21.Macchial Lake
22.Manimahesh Lake
23.Nako Lake
24.Pandoh Lake
25.Prashar Lake
26.Renuka Lake
27.Rewalsar Lake
28.Seruvalsar and Manimahesh Lake
29.Tilyar lakeHaryana
30.Karna lake
31.Blue bird lake
32.Badkhal Lake
33.Beauty lake
34.Brahma Sarovar
35.Current lake
36.Sannihit Sarovar
38.Dal lakeJammu
39.Manasbal lake
40.Wular lake
41.Mansar lake
42.Pangong Tso lake
43.Sheshnag Lake
44.Tso Moriri lake
45.Ulsoor lakeKarantaka
46.Puttenahalli lake
47.Bellandur lake
48.Pampa sarovar lake
49.Agara Lake
50.Byrasandra Lake
51.Hebbal Lake
52.Kempambudhi Lake
53.Lalbagh & Madiwala Lake
54.Pampa sarovar lake
55.Sankey Lake
56.Dalavai Lake
57.Devanoor Lake
58.Karanji lake
59.Kukkarahalli lake
60.Lingambudhi Lake
61.Honnamana Kere lake
62.Palak dil lakeMizoram
63.Tam dil lake
64.Loktak lakeManipur
65.Kuttand lakeKerela
66.Parvur kayal lake
67.Maananchira kozhikode lake
68.Vellyani lake
69.Asthamudi lake
70.Manakody Kayal
71.Padinjarechira lake
72.Punnamada Lake
73.Shasthamkotta lake
74.Vadakkechira & Vanchikulam lake
75.Asthamudi lake
76.Vembanad Lake
77.Umiam lakeManipur
78.Chilaka lakeOdisha
79.Anshupa Lake
80.Kanjia lake
81.Pushkar lakeRajastan
82.Dhebar lake
83.Sambhar salt lake
84.Ana sagar lake
85.Jal mahal man sagara lake
86.Balasamand lake
87.Pichola udaipur lake
88.Jaisamand Lake
89.Kaylana Lake
90.Nakki Lake
91.Rajsamand Lake
92.Ramgarh Lake
93.Talwara Lake
94.Fateh Sagar Lake
95.Rangsagar lake
96.Uday sagar Lake
97.Kodaikanal lake Tamilnadu
98.Berijam Lake
99.Chembarambakkam Lake
100.Kaliveli Lake
101.Kaveripakkam Lake
102.Ooty Lake
103.Perumal Eri
104.Red Hills Lake
105.Sholavaram Lake
106.Singanallur Lake
107.Veeranam Lake
108.Gurudongmar lake Sikkim
109.Gurudongmar Lake
110.Khecheopalri Lake
111.Tsongmo Lake
112.Cholamu Lake
113.tsongmo Lake
114.Skeleton lake (roop kunda lake)Uttharkhand
115.Bhimtal Lake
116.Dodital Lake
117.Nainital Lake
118.Naukuchiatal Lake
119.Sat Tal Lake
120.Bhoj Wetland Lake Madhya Pradesh
121.Lower Lake
122.Moti lake
123.Sarang pani lake
124.Shahpura lake
125.Tawa Reservoir
126.Upper Lake
127.Gorewada LakeMaharashtra
128.Khindsi Lake
129.Lonar Lake
130.Mehrun Lake
131.Pashan Lake
132.Powai Lake
133.Rankala Lake
134.Salim Ali Lake
135.Shivasagar lake
136.Talao Pali
137.Upvan Lake
138.Venna Lake
139.Umiam LakeMeghalaya
140.Harike LakePunjab
141.Kanjli Lake
142.Ropar Lake
143.Amakhera LakeUttar Pradesh
144.Barua Sagar Tal
145.Belasagar Lake
146.Bhadi Tal
147.Chando Tal Lake
148.Keetham Lake
149Nachan Tal
150.Ramgarh Tal Lake
151.Sheikha Jheel
152.Debar LakeWest Bengal
153.East Calcutta Wetlands
154.Jore Pokhri
155.Mirik Lake
156.Rabindra Sarobar
158.Santragachhi Lake
159.Senchal Lake
160.Alwal Cheruvu LakeTelangana
161.Durgam Cheruvu
162.Himayat Sagar
163.Hussain Sagar
164.Osman Sagar
165.Safilguda Lake
166.Saroornagar Lake
167.Shamirpet Lake
168.Bhadrakali Lake
169.Laknavaram Lake
170.Pakhal Lake

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17 April, 2019



If you know simplification rules, it is an easy topic. Many bank exams focusing on simplification. It is a compulsory question, tricky and easy to make mistakes. All simplification questions are based on BODMAS rule.

Simplification is done by addition, subtraction multiplication and division. Simplification rules are necessary to follow, while doing numerical calculations.

Short form of Simplification rule is VBODMAS. Full form of VBODMAS is vinculum bracket of division multiplication addition subtraction.

Operators for Simplification with Example:

Operators for Simplification

Addition + a + b
Subtraction-a - b
Multiplication×a × b
Division / a / b
Percentage % a%
Of×a of b
Vinculum abc a + b + c

Operator Sign Table

Sign Table

OperandOperatorOperandEqual toResult

The Formula for Simplification (VBODMAS):

VBODMAS is a short form for remembering simplification rules. Here I will tell one by one in depth priority.
Let's see,

1. V (Vinculum):

V is nothing but vinculum. It is a horizontal line, drawn over a group of digits. We can also call bar. It is the first priority in simplification.

Example: 32 - [5 - 8 * 5 + 6 - 3]

=32 - [5 - 8 *  5 + 6  - 3] [∴ Simplify 5 and 6]
=32 - [5 - 8 * 11 - 3] [∴ Simplify 8 and 11]
=32 - [5 - 88 - 3] [∴ Add equal signs]
=32 - [5 - 91] [∴ Perform subtraction]
=32 - [- 86] [∴- × - = +]
=32 + 86 [∴ perform addition]

2. B (Bracket):

B is nothing but bracket. Here three brackets are there (), {} and []. We have a priority among those brackets. First priority is open bracket (). The second priority is flower bracket {}. Finally, third priority is a closed bracket.

Example: 8 - [3 + {7 - (9 - 5)}] +5^2

8 - [3 + {7 - (9 - 5)}] +5^2       [∴Simplify open bracket 9, 5 ]
=8 - [3 + {7 – 4}] + 25 [∴Simplify flower bracket]
=8 - [3 + 3] +25 [∴Simplify closed bracket]
=8 – [6] +21 [∴add same signs]
=29 - [6] [∴Perform subtraction]

Note: remember bracket priority with small trick. Someone gave you a gift. What will you do, “just open gift, see gift (flowers) and close the gift.

3. O (of):

O is nothing but OF. We write Multiplication *, Instead of OF. Here first priority is OF after brackets even though multiplication.

Example: 49 ÷ 7 × 4 ÷ 2 + 5 of 63 ÷ 3

49 ÷ 7 × 4 ÷ 2 + 5 of 63 ÷ 3      [∴Perform OF 5, 63]
=49 ÷ 7 × 4 ÷ 2 + 315 ÷3 [∴Perform division]
=7 × 2 + 105 [∴Perform multiplication]
=14 + 105 [∴Perform addition]

4. D (Division):

D is nothing but division. Here division and multiplication is the equal priority. You can do both simultaneously.

Example: 36 ÷ 6 × 25% × 4 + ½ of 100 ÷ 5

36 ÷ 6 × 25% × 4 + ½ of 100 ÷ 5       [∴Perform OF ½, 100]
=36 ÷ 6 × 25 / 100 × 4 + 50 ÷5 [∴Perform division]
=6 × 1 / 4 × 4 + 10 [∴Perform division]
=6 + 10 [∴Perform addition]

5. M (Multiplication):

M is nothing but <multiplication. Here division and multiplication is the equal priority after OF.

Example: 5 × [-12 × (121 ×11) - (-4) × {3 – 1 - 3}]

5 × [-12 × (121 × 11) - (-4) × {3 – 1 - 3}]        [∴Simplify open bracket]
=5[-12 × 1331 + 4 × {3 - 1 -3}] [∴Simplify flower bracket]
=5[-12 × 1331 + 4 × {-1}] [∴Perform multiplication]
=5[-15972 - 4] [∴Add values of equal signs]
=5[-15976] [∴Perform multiplication]

6. A (Addition):

A is nothing but an addition. Here addition and subtraction is the equal priority. You can add same signs of values simultaneously.

Example: 3 - [22 + (46 + 77) - {3 - 11}]

3 - [22 + (46 + 77) - {3 - 11}]            [∴Simplify open bracket]
=3 - [22 + 123 - {3 - 11}] [∴Simplify flower bracket]
=3 - [22 + 123 - {-8}] [∴Add values of equal signs]
=3 - [145 + 8] [∴Perform addition]
=3 - [153] [∴Perform Subtraction]

7. S (Subtraction):

S is nothing but Subtraction. Here Subtraction and addition is the equal priority. It is last priority in calculation of numbers.

Example: 3 - 45 + 19 + 77 - 17 – 11

3 - 45 + 19 + 77 - 17 – 11        [∴Add values of equal signs]
=99 - 73 [∴Perform subtraction]

Remember: VBODMAS = Vinculum Bracket Of Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction

Remember Key points:

Finally, simplification priority list for all numerical calculations.

  1. First priority is vinculum.
  2. Second priority is brackets (), {} and [].
  3. Third priority is OF.
  4. Forth priority is division and multiplication.
  5. Fifth priority is addition and subtraction.
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