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@akshbhardwaj
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Posted 05 Oct '09

> The second sentence "Locals say that they have never seen water level rise so high", is correct, according to me.
The first part of the sentence is based in past "..have never seen", so accordingly the second part. In the first sentence, "...water level rising" is present continous and does ...

The second sentence "Locals say that they have never seen water level rise so high", is correct, according to me.

The first part of the sentence is based in past "..have never seen", so accordingly the second part. In the first sentence, "...water level rising" is present continous and does not fall in correctly with the first part.

Hope this helps!

but there is not any grammatical mistake in it.... past nd present continuous can be framed together to make a senseful statement...so the same case is here..... the local says they have never seen water level rising so high...... the situation can be present continuous...accordingly sentence is right....

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 05 Oct '09

> Q. Ten people are seated around a circular table. In how many ways can five
pairs of people can engage in handshakes so that no arm cross.
can sumbdy answer this ques???

Q. Ten people are seated around a circular table. In how many ways can five

pairs of people can engage in handshakes so that no arm cross.

can sumbdy answer this ques???

ranamitabh Saysmy ans is (d)120 m..

yes it is d rite ans.

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

Q. Ten people are seated around a circular table. In how many ways can five
pairs of people can engage in handshakes so that no arm cross.

pairs of people can engage in handshakes so that no arm cross.

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

> my take for this is option d) 120m..
wats the oa??
if correct will post the approach..
:: ::
yes, it is the right answer can u plz post the approach.... ::

my take for this is option d) 120m..

wats the oa??

if correct will post the approach..

yes, it is the right answer can u plz post the approach....

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

> viveknitw Says
>
> my answer is in bold
> my take for this is..5km/hr..
wats the oa..
will post the approach if correct.. :: ::
yes, 5 km/hr is the right answer...
can u plz post ur approach..........

viveknitw Saysmy answer is in bold

my take for this is..5km/hr..

wats the oa..

will post the approach if correct..

yes, 5 km/hr is the right answer...

can u plz post ur approach..........

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

> viveknitw Says
>
> my answer is in bold
explanation plz.........

viveknitw Saysmy answer is in bold

explanation plz.........

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

A dog at point A goes in pursuit of a fox 30 m away. The dog takes a leap of 2 m against 1 m long leaps of the fox. If the dog makes two leaps to the fox's three, at what distance from A will the dog catch up with the fox?
a. 100 m
b. 110 m
c. 105 m
d. 120 m
e. 150 m

A dog at point A goes in pursuit of a fox 30 m away. The dog takes a leap of 2 m against 1 m long leaps of the fox. If the dog makes two leaps to the fox's three, at what distance from A will the dog catch up with the fox?

a. 100 m

b. 110 m

c. 105 m

d. 120 m

e. 150 m

a. 100 m

b. 110 m

c. 105 m

d. 120 m

e. 150 m

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@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

If a snail creeps 2 feet 3 inches up a pole in first 12 hr and slips down 1 feet 4 inches in subsequent 12 hr, how many hours will it take to get to the top of the pole, if the height of the pole is 25 feet?
a. 500hr
b. 523.93 hr
c. 595.2 hr
d. 611.11 hr
e. none of these

If a snail creeps 2 feet 3 inches up a pole in first 12 hr and slips down 1 feet 4 inches in subsequent 12 hr, how many hours will it take to get to the top of the pole, if the height of the pole is 25 feet?

a. 500hr

b. 523.93 hr

c. 595.2 hr

d. 611.11 hr

e. none of these

a. 500hr

b. 523.93 hr

c. 595.2 hr

d. 611.11 hr

e. none of these

@akshbhardwaj
6

Posted 28 Sep '09

A man can row 3/4 of a kilometre against a stream in 45/4 min and return in 15/2 min. The speed of the man in still water is
a. 2 km/hr
b. 3 km/hr
c. 4 km/hr
d. 5 km/hr
e. 5.2 km/hr

A man can row 3/4 of a kilometre against a stream in 45/4 min and return in 15/2 min. The speed of the man in still water is

a. 2 km/hr

b. 3 km/hr

c. 4 km/hr

d. 5 km/hr

e. 5.2 km/hr

a. 2 km/hr

b. 3 km/hr

c. 4 km/hr

d. 5 km/hr

e. 5.2 km/hr

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