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(1/2) of a number is 3 more than the (1/6) of the same number?a) 6b)7c)8 d)9Solution: Let the number be x, ((1/2)*x)=3+(1/6)*x, Then solve x2. (1/3) of a number is 3 more than the (1/6) of the same number?a) 6b)16c)18d)213. (1/3) of a number is 6 more than the (1/6) of the same number?a) 6b)18c)36d)244. (2/3) of a number is 4 more than the (1/6) of the same number?a) 6b)8c)36d)245. (1/3) of a number is 5 more than the (1/6) of the same number?a) 6b)36)30d)721. (40*40*40

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31*31*31)/(40*40+40*31+31*31)=?a)8b)9c)71d)51Solution: a3 -b3 =(a-b)*(a2+a*b+b2) so from this formula we will find (a-b) value2. (98*98*98

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73*73*73)/( 98*98*98

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73*73*73)=?a).171b).4c).420d).4153. (209*144)^2 + (209*209)+(209*144)+(144*144) = ?a)905863729b)905368729c)905729368d)651)The difference between two no is 9 and the product of the two is 14.What is the square of their sum?a)120b)130c)137d)145Solution: a-b=9,ab=14,(a-b)2=a2+b2-2*a*b 2) The sum of two no is 5 and the product of the twois 14.What is the sum of their squares?3) The sum of the squares of two no is 12 and their sum is 15.Find the product of the two no?

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n T.Nagar the building were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how many 1’s will be present in the

numbers?a)18b)19c)20d)21

4) In T.Nagar the building were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how many 0’s will be present in the

numbers?a)18b)19c)20d)111) A number when divided by D leaves a remainder of 8 and when divided by 3D leaves aremainder of 21. What is the remainder left, when twice the number is divided by 3D?a) 13b) cannot be determinedc) 3d) 421) If we subtract a number with y, we get 4 increase of number, once it got divided by y itself...Find that number?? A) 13b) 12c) 14d) 11

1) In T.Nagar the building were numbered from 1 to 100.Then how many 4’s will be present in the

numbers?a)18b)19c)20d)212) In Tnagar many buildings were under residential category.for buildings they number as 1 to100. For shops, corporation numbered between 150 and 200 only prime numbers. how manytime 6 will appear in building numbering?1) Which is the smallest no which divides 2880 and gives a perfect square?a)4b)9c)3d)5Solution: for answer solve via optionsQ1. Given a collection of points P in the plane, a 1-set is a point in P that can be separated fromthe rest by a line, .i.e the point lies on one side of the line while the others lie on the other side.The number of 1-sets of P is denoted by n1(P). The minimum value of n1(P) over all

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