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A square is surrounded by equilateral traiangles on each of its four sides. What is the total area, if one side of square is of 2 meters. • Area of square = 2*2 =4 • Area of one triangle = 3^1/2 /4 (side*side)= 3^1/2 • area of four triangle: 6.9 • Area = 10.9 sq. meter approx.

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One hexagon (one side =2 mtr) is surrounded by equilateral trainalge on each of its side – what is the total area?

• • • • Area of hexagon = 6* 3^1/2 /4 (side*side) Area of six triangles: 6* 3^1/2 /4 (side*side) Total area: 12* 3^1/2 /4 (side*side) 20.78 sq. meters. approx.

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Radius of a circle is 1, what is the area of largest square and largest triangle that can be put in this circle?

• Area of square = ½ (diagonal*2) = 2 • Side of triangle=R*3^1/2 • Area of largest triangle (concentric equilateral triangle) = 3^1/2 /4 (side*side) (1.299 approx.

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If we have one traiangle and one square of equal area, and we draw largest possible circles inside these – which will be bigger and by what proportion (approx.)?

• The area of circle in square is more than the area of circle in triangle and their areas are in the ratio of 3:4.

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A has a rectangular plot of size 4*3 meters – he divides this plot in two triangular plots of equal area (on the diagonal) – what is the area of the triangle?

**• Solve as right angle triangle: ½(base *height) = 6 or divide the area of rectangle by two = 6.
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LCM of 8 (2*2 *2), 32 (2^5)and 10(2*5) = (2^5*5)=160, HCF of 9,81 and 27 = 9 So their LCM = 160/9 HCF of 8, 32 and 10 =2 LCM of 9,81 and 27 =81 So their HCF = 2/81 Their difference = 1438/81

What is the difference between LCM and HCF of 8/9, 32/81 and 10/27?

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Which is the highest? – 3^1/3 , 5^1/5 ,2^1/2, 4^1/4, 7^1/7

• 3^1/3

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**What is the sum of all the numbers between 15 and 200 which are divisible by 7?
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• = 26/2 (21+196) • =2821

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**There are two sets A={1,2,3}, B = {5,6,7,} Universal set C contains = {x:x =1 to 9}, what is A’UB’
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• Ans = C

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**How many subsets are possible in A = {1,2,3,4,5}
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• 32

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What is the difference between greatest and the smallest five digit number made from 0,1,2,3,4 (no repeatition)?

• 43210-10234 = 32976

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