MCQs: Pipe P can fill a tank in 38 hours. Pipe Q alone can fill it in 19 hours. Pipe R can empty the full tank in 133 hours. If all the pipes are opened together, how much time will be needed to make the tank full?
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MCQs: A train is 31m long. It passes a platform which is 175 m long. What is the distance covered by the train in passing the platform?
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MCQs: With stoppage, the speed of a train is 36 km/hr. However without stoppage, it is 40 km/hr. Find out for how many minutes does the train stop per hour?
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MCQs: A river flows at speed of 6 km/hr. Surendra swims downstream for some distance in just 12 hours. But he takes 18 hours to return the same distance upstream. How fast is Surendra in still water?
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MCQs: How much will be the average of the squares of natural numbers from 1 to 35?
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MCQs: How old will be the Raju if ratio of his age and one of his twin grandsons’ is 11:2 and average age of his and his both grandsons is 50 years?
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MCQs: Ramesh and Suresh start cleaning a pool together. They do it in 26 days but for the last 6 days only Ramesh was working. When Suresh works alone, in how much time will he completely clean the pool, if Ramesh and Suresh together can clean the pool in 24 days?
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MCQs: A box has 6 black, 4 red, 2 white and 3 blue shirts. When 2 shirts are picked randomly, what is the probability that either both are white or both are blue?
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MCQs: If successive discounts are 10%, 20% and 30%, then what is its single equivalent discount?
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MCQs: In order that there may be a profit of 20% after allowing a discount of 40% on the marked price, the cost price of an article has to be increased by?
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MCQs: Ramesh wants to set the clock hands 8 minutes apart between 10 o'clock and 11 o'clock. What would be the time shown in the clock if he does so?
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MCQs: Summation of 5 consecutive numbers is found out to be 335. If we add the largest and smallest number what will we get?
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MCQs: Which of the following is largest fraction amongst 5/8, 3/7, 2/9, 4/5?
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MCQs: Which rational numbers lie between 1/3 and 4/5 ?
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MCQs: What is HCF of 36/75, 48/150 , 72/135?
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MCQs: What largest number will divide 47, 35 and 27 leaving same remainder in each case? What will be the common remainder?
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MCQs: Ajay had some books in his library. He tried packing them in bags in various ways. While packing 85 books in each bag, 9 bags were not filled completely. Also, while packing 58 books in each bag, 13 bags were not enough to pack all the books. But in the end he was able to pack the books in M bags each having M books. How many books did Ajay have?
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MCQs: In a class, there are some girls and boys. One day, 30 boys leave the class, so there were 4 girls for each boy. After some time, on the same day, 175 girls leave the class. Then, there were 2 boys for each girl. How much would be double the number of boys originally present in the class?
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MCQs: What will be value of c, if a(a+b+c) = 85; b(a+b+c) = 96; c(a+b+c) = 108?
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MCQs: In a set of 30 game cards, 17 are white and rest are green. 4 white and 5 green are marked IMPORTANT. If a card is chosen randomly from this set, what is the possibility of choosing a green card or an ‘IMPORTANT’ card?
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