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The product of three consecutive numbers is 7980.
Then the sum of these consecutive numbers would be?View SolutionSubmit Solution 38.1K views
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John drives to his office at 20km/hr. After reaching the office, he realizes that today is a holiday. He went back at an average speed of 30km/hr. Discounting the time spent in the stoppage what was the average speed of his journey?
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What is the largest number you can write with just 3 digits?
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In a competitive exam, each correct answer could win you 10 points and each wrong answer could lose you 5 points. You sat in the exam and answered all the 20 questions, which were given in the exam.
When you checked the result, you scored 125 marks on the test.Can you calculate how many answers given by you were wrong?
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All of Jacob’s shoes are red except two.
All of Jacob’s shoes are green except two.
All of Jacob’s shoes are yellow except two.How many shoes does Jacob have?
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Arrange the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 above and below the division line in a manner that the thus formed fractions equal to 1/3.
(You can use one number only once)
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A mathematics teacher took exams for his students. Out of the total students, 25% passed both the tests included in the exam. However, only 42% were able to clear the first test.
Can you find out the percentage of those students who passed the first test and also passed the second test?
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