MCQs: 6/7 of a certain number is 96. Find quarter of that number.
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MCQs: 3 bells beep at an interval of 12, 20, and 35 minutes. If they beep together at 10 a.m., then they will again beep together at:
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MCQs: A scale 6 ft. 8 inches long is divided into 4 equal parts. Find the length of each part.
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MCQs: The sum of two numbers is 73 and their difference is 28. Find the difference between their squares.
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MCQs: How many numbers between 100 and 600 are divisible by 2, 3, and 7 together?
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MCQs: A positive integer which when added to 100, gives a sum which is greater than when it is multiplied by 100. What is the number?
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MCQs: In a maths test, students were asked to find 5/16 of a certain number. One of the students by mistake found 5/6th of that number and his answer was 200 more than the correct answer. Find the number.
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MCQs: If a flat costs Rs.4500 per sq. ft, and a commercial space costs Rs.9500 per sq. ft, then what is the ratio of their areas if the total cost of both are the same?
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MCQs: If a carpenter completes 3/8th of his work in 6 days, then how many more days will he require completing his remaining work?
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MCQs: A container contains 30 liters of milk. From this container 5 liter of milk was taken out and replaced by water. This process was repeated further two times. How much milk is now contained by the container?
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MCQs: 3/4th of a number exceeds its 2/3rd by 8. What is the number?
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MCQs: A man decides to pave with square tiles his hall which is 4.8 metres long and 5.38 metres wide. Find the largest size of the tile that he could use.
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MCQs: A bonus of Rs.2800 is to be divided among 3 people such that Alex gets twice as much as David, who receives onefourth as much as Peter. What amount did Peter get?
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MCQs: The timing of a college is from 12 p.m to 4.20 p.m. Five lectures are held in the given duration and a break of 5 minutes after each lecture is given to the students. Find the duration of each lecture.
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MCQs: Two kinds of rice, 1st costs Rs.13 per kg and 2nd costs Rs.19 per kg are mixed together. Find the ratio in which the 2 types are mixed so that the mixture costs Rs.14.2 per kg?
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MCQs: The ratio of two numbers is 5:9. If each number is decreased by 5, the ratio becomes 5:11. Find the numbers.
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MCQs: If a certain number of people can dig earth 100m deep, 25m long, and 30m broad in 12 days, then find the number of days the same number of people will require to dig earth 75m deep, 20m long and 50m broad.
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MCQs: For a road work, a contractor was given a deadline to complete the work in 25 days. Hence, he employed a certain number of workers to accomplish the job. But from the very first day 9 workers were absent and the remaining workers could finish the work in 40 days. What number of workers did the contractor hired in the beginning?
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MCQs: A inlet pipe can fill a tank in 12 hours and an outlet pipe can empty the tank in 16 hours. If both the pipes are opened simultaneously, find the time taken to fill the tank.
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MCQs: A container contains 30 liters of milk. From this container 5 liter of milk was taken out and replaced by water. This process was repeated further two times. How much milk is now contained by the container?
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