Math

John bought 150 chocolates but he misplaced some of them. His Father asked him how many chocolates were misplaced.
He gave the following answer to him:
If you count in pairs, one remains
If you count in threes, two remain
If you count in fours, three remain
If you count in fives, four remain
If you count in sixes, five remain
If you count in sevens, no chocolate remains.Can you analyze the statements and tell us how many chocolates were lost?
View SolutionSubmit Solution 74.0K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

The square root of number 121 is “11”. What is the square root of the number “12345678987654321.”?
View SolutionSubmit Solution 76.4K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

Using mathematical symbols like +, , and x in order to make the equations correct. Replace # with the abovegiven symbols.
9 # 8 # 7 # 6 # 5 # 4 = 91
View SolutionSubmit Solution 76.7K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

A generous owner of a company decided to give a bonus of $45 to every man and $60 to every woman on his birthday. But only oneninth of the men and onetwelfth of the women were present to take the bonus.
Can you calculate the amount of money the owner spent if there were 3552 employees?
View SolutionSubmit Solution 82.1K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

Divide 110 into two parts so that one will be 150 per cent of the other. What are the 2 numbers?
View SolutionSubmit Solution 89.9K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

Can you find the least possible number such that
If the number is divided by 3, it gives the remainder of 1;
If the number is divided by 4, it gives the remainder of 2;
If the number is divided by 5, it gives the remainder of 3;
If the number is divided by 6, it gives the remainder of 4.View SolutionSubmit Solution 90.7K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

Find the mistake in the below maths equations
A = 2
A(A1) = 2(A1)
A2A = 2A2
A22A = A2
A(A2) = A2
A = 1View SolutionSubmit Solution 93.0K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

A man had five children. He had $100 with him to give to his children. He decided to start with the youngest child and then give $2 more than each younger child to his next elder child.
For example, if he gives $x to the youngest child, he will give $(x+2) to the next one, $[(x+2) + 2] to the next one and so on.
Can you find out how much did the youngest one receive?
View SolutionSubmit Solution 97.1K views
 1 answers
 0 votes

In a town, there are four houses located at different distances from each other. Following are the distances:
The third house is 60 meters apart from the first house.
The fourth house is 40 meters apart from the second house.
The third house is 10 meters nearer to the fourth house than it is to the second house.Can you find out the distance between the fourth and the first house?
View SolutionSubmit Solution 102.5K views
 1 answers
 0 votes