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If (4446)x + (2222)x = (10001)x then value of (2342)x  (1656)x = (?)x how to solve these kinds of questions?
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Question: Consider the following program fragment a = 0 for (x = 1; x < 31; ++x) for (y = 1; y < 31; ++y) for (z = 1; z < 31; ++z) if (((x + y + z)%3) = =0) a = a + 1; printf("%d”, a); the output of the above given program is Option (A) : 3000 Option (B) : 1000 Option(C) : 27000 Option(D) : None of these
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ip adressing madeeasy question
The Internet host is roughly doubling in size every 18 months. Approximate estimates put the number of hosts on it at 7 million in January 1996. Use this data to compute the expected number of Internet host in the year 2008. in billion how to solve plz?
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Infinite series
Find the infinite sum of the series $1 + \frac{4}{7} + \frac{9}{7^2} + \frac{16}{7^3} + \frac{25}{7^4} + .............\Join$
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Aptitude
Number of two digit numbers divided by products of its digit are________
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Quantitative Aptitude
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Quantitative Aptitude
A and B stand at distinct points of a circular race track of length 135m. They cycle at speeds of a m/s and b m/s respectively. They meet for the first time 5 seconds after they start the race and for the second time 14 seconds from the time they start the race. Now, ... would have meet for the first time after 60 seconds. If B is quicker than A, find b? a) 8 b) 11 c) 7 d) 6
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Percentage
In an Election between two Candidates, 75 % of the voters cast their votes,out of which 2 % of the votes were declared invalid. A candidate got 9261 votes which were 75 % of the total valid votes. Find the total number of Votes Enrolled in that Election ? Ans. 16800
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self doubt
A dealer offers a cash discount of $20\%$ and still makes a profit of $20\%$, when he further allows $16$ articles to a dozen to a particular sticky bargainer. How much percent above the cost price were his wares listed?
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Mission IIT Screening Test
The production cost of an item increased by $20\%$ and the government also started taxing the item $10\%$ on the selling price. The percentage increase in the selling price which will ensure profit remains the same would be ____ ?
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Mission IIT Screening Test
In a group of $11$ people what is the probability that at least two people have birthday on same day ?
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APTITUDE
Without stoppages a train travels a certain distance with an average speed of $80 \hspace {0.1cm} km/hr$ and with stoppages with an average speed of $60 \hspace {0.1cm} km/hr$. How many minutes per hour does the train stops? HOW TO DO CONVENTIONALLY WITHOUT USING DIRECT FORMULA AND SHORTCUT?
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self doubt Irrational numbers
did there is any number which has the recursive decimal and it is irrational? did there is any number which is neither recursive nor terminating decimal still expressed as p/q form?
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#timeandwork
$A$ is $50\%$ as efficient as $B$. $C$ does half of the work done by $A$ and $B$ together.If $C$ alone does the work in $40$ days, then $A, B,$ & $C$ together can do the work in $13\dfrac{1}{3}$ days $15$ days $20$ days $30$ days
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Find Volume and Weight
What is the Volume and Weight of water in a tank of size $2.0 \hspace{0.1cm} m$ length, $2.0 \hspace{0.1cm}m$ width, and $1.0 \hspace{0.1cm} m$ height ?
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Arun Sharma # progression
In an infinite geometric progression ,each term is equal to $2$ times the sum of the terms that follow . If the first term of the series is $8$ ,find the sum of the series?
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ISIMTECHCSE2018
The number of common terms in the two sequences $\{ 3,7,11, \ldots , 407\}$ and $\{2,9,16,\ldots ,709\}$ is $13$ $14$ $15$ $16$
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Made Easy 2018  Reasoning and Aptitude
Below is the question  The answer given is  d What is the method to solve the question?
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Reasoning and Aptitude  MadeEasy material
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Made Easy  Reasoning and Aptitude, GATE 2018 ESE 2018, Number Systems
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B. S. Grewal Engineering Mathematics Probability
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Aptitude
If it was Saturday on 12th Jan,1980, then what was the day on 12th Jan,1979?
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ISI201712
Which of the following statements is true? $\text{There are three consecutive integers with sum 2015}$ $\text{There are four consecutive integers with sum 2015}$ $\text{There are five consecutive integers with sum 2015}$ $\text{There are three consecutive integers with product 2015}$
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Profit and Loss
A Shopkeeper cheats to the extends of $20\%$ while buying as well as selling.By using false weight.His gain or loss is? Loss $50\%$ Gain $44\%$ Loss $44\%$ Gain $40\%$
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largest number
I take an integer $n$ .If $n$ is even, I divide it by $2$, if it is odd, I multiple $n$ by $3$ and add one to the product.I keep doing this till the number reduces to $1$.If I start with $5$ for example,I reach $1$ in $5$ steps. $(16, ... )$. $7$ takes $16$ steps to reach $1$. The number between $1$ and $2000000000$ that requires the largest number of steps to reach $1$ this way is?
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Self  doubt
At the end of year $1998$, Shepard bought nine dozen goats. Henceforth, every year he added $p\%$ of the goats at the beginning of the year and sold $q\%$ of the goats at the end of the year where $p>0$ and $q>0$. If Shepard had nine dozen goats at the end of year $2002$ ... the sales for that year, which of the following is true? $ p = q$ $p < q$ $p > q$ $p = \dfrac{q}{2}$
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Previous year
A survey on a sample of $25$ new cars being sold at a local auto dealer was conducted to see which of the three popular optionsair conditioning, radio and power windows were already installed. The survey found : $15$ had air conditioning, $2$ had air conditioning ... power windows, $3$ had all three options. What is the number of cars that had none of the options? $4$ $3$ $1$ $2$
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Averages
The average of $20$ numbers is zero.Of them, at the most, how many may be greater than zero? $10$ $19$ $17$ $9$
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Aptitude Doubt
In the following figure, side QS is congruent to side SP, RPQ=50o and PSR=600 Then among P,Q,R,S , which two angles are equal?
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