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Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 05 Dec '11

dude i think u shud leave goa then . Goa is not a union territory. In 1987 Goa became 25th Indian state

dude i think u shud leave goa then . Goa is not a union territory. In 1987 Goa became 25th Indian state

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Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 11 Oct '11

Guys plz help..
what is the minimum value of (x-1)^2+(x-2)^2+(x-3)^2+....+(x-97)^2 if x is real ?
1\. 56436
2.76048
3.25484
4\. 94326
Thanks

Guys plz help..

what is the minimum value of (x-1)^2+(x-2)^2+(x-3)^2+....+(x-97)^2 if x is real ?

1. 56436

2.76048

3.25484

4. 94326

Thanks

what is the minimum value of (x-1)^2+(x-2)^2+(x-3)^2+....+(x-97)^2 if x is real ?

1. 56436

2.76048

3.25484

4. 94326

Thanks

Now I got it. Thanks a lot

Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 06 Oct '11

> Is the answer 2/3 ?
Reason : we can find a value of x satisfying this equation for all the values y except possibly when y = multiple of 3.
Please verify ...
yes but how ??? y can't be 2 as well. How this probability is calulated? i am not able to get it

Is the answer 2/3 ?

Reason : we can find a value of x satisfying this equation for all the values y except possibly when y = multiple of 3.

Please verify ...

yes but how ??? y can't be 2 as well. How this probability is calulated? i am not able to get it

Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 06 Oct '11

Guys please help..
x an y belong to the set of positive integers.The probability that a randomly chosen value of y satisfies the equation 3x - 13y=2 is
1\. 1/8
2\. 2/3
3\. 3/13
4\. can't be determined

Guys please help..

x an y belong to the set of positive integers.The probability that a randomly chosen value of y satisfies the equation 3x - 13y=2 is

1. 1/8

2. 2/3

3. 3/13

4. can't be determined

x an y belong to the set of positive integers.The probability that a randomly chosen value of y satisfies the equation 3x - 13y=2 is

1. 1/8

2. 2/3

3. 3/13

4. can't be determined

Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 27 Sep '11

Guys plz help..
If x=(a-1)(b-2)(c-3)(d-4)(e-5), where a,b,c,d,e are distinct natural numbers less than 6. If x is non zero integer, then the number of sets of possible values a,b,c,d and e are
1\. 76
2.119
3\. 44
4\. 4^5

Guys plz help..

If x=(a-1)(b-2)(c-3)(d-4)(e-5), where a,b,c,d,e are distinct natural numbers less than 6. If x is non zero integer, then the number of sets of possible values a,b,c,d and e are

1. 76

2.119

3. 44

4. 4^5

If x=(a-1)(b-2)(c-3)(d-4)(e-5), where a,b,c,d,e are distinct natural numbers less than 6. If x is non zero integer, then the number of sets of possible values a,b,c,d and e are

1. 76

2.119

3. 44

4. 4^5

Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 28 May '11

> spectramind07 Says
>
> Is the answer 7???
No.
The answer is 3

spectramind07 SaysIs the answer 7???

No.

The answer is 3

Plz help..

Find the unit digit of 7^11^13^17 ?

Find the unit digit of 7^11^13^17 ?

Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 21 May '11

Plz help...how to solve this one
Raju went to the market to buy 1.5 kg of dried peas having 20% water content. He went home and soaked them for some time and the water content in the peas becomes 60%. Find the final weight of soaked peas.
Ans 3 kg

Plz help...how to solve this one

Raju went to the market to buy 1.5 kg of dried peas having 20% water content. He went home and soaked them for some time and the water content in the peas becomes 60%. Find the final weight of soaked peas.

Ans 3 kg

Raju went to the market to buy 1.5 kg of dried peas having 20% water content. He went home and soaked them for some time and the water content in the peas becomes 60%. Find the final weight of soaked peas.

Ans 3 kg

Pranav Bhasker
@bhasker87N
6

Posted 21 May '11

Plz help..
A milkman has 10L of pure milk. How many litres of water have to be added to the milk so that the milk man gets a profit of 150% by selling at cost price?

Plz help..

A milkman has 10L of pure milk. How many litres of water have to be added to the milk so that the milk man gets a profit of 150% by selling at cost price?

A milkman has 10L of pure milk. How many litres of water have to be added to the milk so that the milk man gets a profit of 150% by selling at cost price?

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