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• ## If ∠ACD=50o, the Measure of ∠BAD is :

ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral, AB is the diameter of the circle. If ∠ACD=50o, the measure of ∠BAD is 130o …

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• ## He Received an Amount ₹ 3.144 on 7th August, 2012 :

Arvind deposited a sum of money with a bank on 1st January, 2012 at 8% simple interest per annum. He …

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• ## If tan(x+40)° tan(x+20)°tan(3x)°tan(70-x)° tan(50-x)° =1

If tan(x+40)° tan(x+20)°tan(3x)°tan(70-x)° tan(50-x)° =1, then the value of x is equal to 30 20 15 10

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• ## cosθ/(1-sinθ) is equal to (where θ≠π)

tanθ-1/tanθ+1 1+sinθ/cosθ tanθ+1/tanθ-1 1+cosθ/sinθ

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• ## If x=a cosθ and y=b cotθ. then (ax‾¹ – by‾¹) (ax‾¹+ by‾¹) is Equal to :

0 1 tan²θ sin²θ

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• ## Which of the Above Statement is/are Correct?

Consider the following statements: 1. (1+tan²θ)/(1+cot²θ)=((1-tanθ)/(1-cotθ))2 is true for all 0<θ<π/2, θ≠π/4, 2. cotθ=1/tanq is true for θ=45o only. Which of …

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• ## 20% of a Number When added to 20 Becomes the Number Itself :

20% of a number when added to 20 becomes the number itself, then the number is 20 25 50 80

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• ## Which one of the Following is Correct?

(x+2) is a factor of x4-6x³+12x²-24x+32 (x-2) is a factor of x4-6×3+12×2-24x+32 (x+2) is a factor of x4+6×3-12×2+24x-32 (x-2) is …

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• ## The Sum of First 47 Terms of the Given Series :

The sum of first 47 terms of the series (1/4)+(1/5)-(1/6)- (1/4)- (1/5)+ (1/6)+ (1/4)+ (1/5)- (1/6)…… is 0 -1/6  1/6 …

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• ## Three Athletes run a 4 km Race. Their Speeds are in the Ratio 16:15:11 :

Three athletes run a 4 km race. Their speeds are in the ratio 16:15:11. When the winner wins the race, …

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• ## Two Trains, One is of 121 m in Length at the Speed of 40 km/hour :

Two trains, one is of 121 m in length at the speed of 40 km/hour and the other is of …

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• ## The Seven Digit Number 876p37q is Divisible by 225 :

The seven digit number 876p37q is divisible by 225. The values of P and q can be respectively 9,0 0,0 …

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• ## Which of the Statements is/are Correct?

Consider the following in respect of the equation y=(√(x-1)²)/(x-1) 1.y=1 if x>1 2.y=-1 if x<1 3. Y exists for all …

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• ## A Number When Divided by 7 Leaves a Remainder 3 :

A number when divided by 7 leaves a remainder 3 and the resulting quotient when divided by 11 leaves a …

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• ## When 6 Bottles of Oil were Taken out from This Tin :

A tin of oil was 4/5 full. When 6 bottles of oil were taken out from this tin and 4 …

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• ## Two Trains are Moving in the Same Direction at 1.5 km/minute and 60km/ hour :

Two trains are moving in the same direction at 1.5 km/minute and 60km/ hour respectively. A man in the faster …

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• ## The Value of (1/1×4)+(1/4×7)+(1/7×10)+…….+(1/(16×19) is

5/19 6/19 8/19 9/19

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• ## If x=√3+√2, Then the Value of x³+x+(1/x)+(1/x³) is

10√3 20√3 10 √2 20√2

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• ## The Resulting Number of the Expression (234)¹°°+(234)¹°¹ is :

The digit in the units place of the resulting number of the expression (234)¹°°+(234)¹°¹ is 6 4 2 0

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