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Given digits$ 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4$ how many distinct $4$ digit numbers greater than $3000$ can be formed? $50$ $51$ $52$ $54$
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In a process, the number of cycles to failure decreases exponentially with an increase in load. At a load of $80$ units, it takes $100$ cycles for failure. When the load is halved, it takes $10000 \ \text{cycles}$ for failure.The load for which the failure will happen in $5000 \ \text{cycles}$ is _____________. $40.00$ $46.02$ $60.01$ $92.02$
In a process, the number of cycles to failure decreases exponentially with an increase in load. At a load of $80$ units, it takes $100$ cycles for failure. When the load is halved, it takes $10000 \ \text{cycles}$ for failure.The load for which the failure will happen in $5000 \ \text{cycles}$ is _____________. $40.00$ $46.02$ $60.01$ $92.02$
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$A$ and $B$ are friends. They decide to meet between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm on a given day. There is a condition that whoever arrives first will not wait for the other for more than $15$ minutes. The probability that they will meet on that day is $1/4$ $1/16$ $7/16$ $9/16$
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Please explain me why are we changing these sentences to (Common Errors) : 1. I have read several poetries -> I have read several poems. 2. I saw two females there. -> I saw two women there. 3. My all friends are absent. -> All my friends are absent. 4. It is ... good. too good. 8. It was bitter cold. -> It was bitterly cold. 9.This novel is much interesting. -> This novel is very interesting.
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The probabilities that a student passes in mathematics, physics and chemistry are $m,p$ and $c$ respectively. Of these subjects, the student has $75\%$ chance of passing in at least one, a $50\%$ chance of passing in at least two and a $40\%$ chance of ... Only relation I is true. Only relation II is true. Relations II and III are true. Relations I and III are true.
The probabilities that a student passes in mathematics, physics and chemistry are $m,p$ and $c$ respectively. Of these subjects, the student has $75\%$ chance of passing in at least one, a $50\%$ chance of passing in at least two and a $40\%$ chance of passing in exactly ... Only relation I is true. Only relation II is true. Relations II and III are true. Relations I and III are true.
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The number of roots of $e^{x}+0.5x^{2}-2=0$ in the range $[-5,5]$ is $0$ $1$ $2$ $3$
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19, 23, 14, 30, 5, ?
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A six sided unbiased die with four green faces and two red faces is rolled seven times. Which of the following combinations is the most likely outcome of the experiment? Three green faces and four red faces. Four green faces and three red faces. Five green faces and two red faces. Six green faces and one red face
A six sided unbiased die with four green faces and two red faces is rolled seven times. Which of the following combinations is the most likely outcome of the experiment? Three green faces and four red faces. Four green faces and three red faces. Five green faces and two red faces. Six green faces and one red face
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A cube is built using $64$ cubic blocks of side one unit. After it is built, one cubic block is removed from every corner of the cube. The resulting surface area of the body (in square units) after the removal is ________. $56$ $64$ $72$ $96$
A cube is built using $64$ cubic blocks of side one unit. After it is built, one cubic block is removed from every corner of the cube. The resulting surface area of the body (in square units) after the removal is ________. $56$ $64$ $72$ $96$
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How much percent more than the cost price should a shopkeeper mark his goods, so that after allowing a discount of $12.5%$ he should have a gain of $5%$ on his outlay?
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Four branches of a company are located at $M$, $N$, $O$ and $P$. $M$ is north of $N$ at a distance of $4 km$; $P$ is south of $O$ at a distance of $2$ $km$; $N$ is southeast of O by $1 km$. What is the distance between $M$ and $P$ in $km$? $5.34$ $6.74$ $28.5$ $45.49$
Four branches of a company are located at $M$, $N$, $O$ and $P$. $M$ is north of $N$ at a distance of $4 km$; $P$ is south of $O$ at a distance of $2$ $km$; $N$ is southeast of O by $1 km$. What is the distance between $M$ and $P$ in $km$? $5.34$ $6.74$ $28.5$ $45.49$
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The expenditure on the project _____ as follows: equipment Rs.$20$ lakhs, salaries Rs.$12$ lakhs, and contingency Rs.$3$ lakhs. break down break breaks down breaks
The expenditure on the project _____ as follows: equipment Rs.$20$ lakhs, salaries Rs.$12$ lakhs, and contingency Rs.$3$ lakhs. break down break breaks down breaks
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The police arrested four criminals - $P, Q, R$ and $S.$ The criminals knew each other. They made the following statements: $P$ says Q committed the crime. $Q$ says S committed the crime. $R$ says I did not do it. $S$ says What Q said about ... of the arrested four committed the crime and only one of the statements made above is true. Who committed the crime? $P$ $R$ $S$ $Q$
The police arrested four criminals - $P, Q, R$ and $S.$ The criminals knew each other. They made the following statements: $P$ says Q committed the crime. $Q$ says S committed the crime. $R$ says I did not do it. $S$ says What Q said about me is ... one of the arrested four committed the crime and only one of the statements made above is true. Who committed the crime? $P$ $R$ $S$ $Q$
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GATE2015-2-GA-8
In a triangle $PQR, PS$ is the angle bisector of $\angle QPR \text{ and } \angle QPS =60^\circ$. What is the length of $PS$ ? $\left(\dfrac{(q+r)} {qr}\right)$ $\left(\dfrac {qr} {q+r}\right)$ $\large \sqrt {(q^2 + r^2)}$ $\left(\dfrac{(q+r)^2} {qr}\right)$
In a triangle $PQR, PS$ is the angle bisector of $\angle QPR \text{ and } \angle QPS =60^\circ$. What is the length of $PS$ ? $\left(\dfrac{(q+r)} {qr}\right)$ $\left(\dfrac {qr} {q+r}\right)$ $\large \sqrt {(q^2 + r^2)}$ $\left(\dfrac{(q+r)^2} {qr}\right)$
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GATE2017-2-GA-8
$X$ is a $30$ digit number starting with the digit $4$ followed by the digit $7$. Then the number $X^3$ will have $90$ digits $91$ digits $92$ digits $93$ digits
$X$ is a $30$ digit number starting with the digit $4$ followed by the digit $7$. Then the number $X^3$ will have $90$ digits $91$ digits $92$ digits $93$ digits
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GATE2017-1-GA-9
Arun, Gulab, Neel and Shweta must choose one shirt each from a pile of four shirts coloured red, pink, blue and white respectively. Arun dislikes the colour red and Shweta dislikes the colour white. Gulab and Neel like all the colours. In how many different ways can they choose the shirts so that no one has a shirt with a colour he or she dislikes? $21$ $18$ $16$ $14$
Arun, Gulab, Neel and Shweta must choose one shirt each from a pile of four shirts coloured red, pink, blue and white respectively. Arun dislikes the colour red and Shweta dislikes the colour white. Gulab and Neel like all the colours. In how many different ways can they choose the shirts so that no one has a shirt with a colour he or she dislikes? $21$ $18$ $16$ $14$
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GATE2018-GA-9
In the figure below, $\angle DEC + \angle BFC$ is equal to _____ $\angle BCD - \angle BAD$ $\angle BAD + \angle BCF$ $\angle BAD + \angle BCD$ $\angle CBA + \angle ADC$
In the figure below, $\angle DEC + \angle BFC$ is equal to _____ $\angle BCD - \angle BAD$ $\angle BAD + \angle BCF$ $\angle BAD + \angle BCD$ $\angle CBA + \angle ADC$
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GATE2017-2-GA-5
There are $3$ red socks, $4$ green socks and $3$ blue socks.You choose $2$ socks. The probability that they are of the same colour is $\dfrac{1}{5}$ $\dfrac{7}{30}$ $\dfrac{1}{4}$ $\dfrac{4}{15}$
There are $3$ red socks, $4$ green socks and $3$ blue socks.You choose $2$ socks. The probability that they are of the same colour is $\dfrac{1}{5}$ $\dfrac{7}{30}$ $\dfrac{1}{4}$ $\dfrac{4}{15}$
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