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sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
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Posted 26 Oct '11

> There are three classes X,Y and Z. Average of class X is 83. Average of Class Y is 76. Average of class Z is 85. Average of class X and Y is 79, average of class Y and Z is 81. Find average of three Classes.
a.81 b.81.5 c.82 d.84
though i dont think its the right place to reply...u ca...

There are three classes X,Y and Z. Average of class X is 83. Average of Class Y is 76. Average of class Z is 85. Average of class X and Y is 79, average of class Y and Z is 81. Find average of three Classes.

a.81 b.81.5 c.82 d.84

though i dont think its the right place to reply...u can use quant thread for these type of queries....

btw my take goes like this

X: 83

Y: 76

Z: 85

X+Y: 79

Y+Z: 81

ths imples n(X):n(Y) = 3:4

n(Y):n(Z) = 4:5

therefore aggregate of three classes will be:

= 3(83)+4(76)+5(85)/ 3+4+5

= 81.5 plz check out.

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sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 26 Oct '11

> tarun g Says
>
> can someone explain the logic behind this question?
M1,M2,M3,M4,M5,F1,F2,F3,F4,F5
A couple can be chosen in 5C1 way the left people will be arranged
8*6*5*4*3*2*1*1
Therefore 5760*5*2*9
but i am not sure...so wnt some one to check ::

tarun g Sayscan someone explain the logic behind this question?

M1,M2,M3,M4,M5,F1,F2,F3,F4,F5

A couple can be chosen in 5C1 way the left people will be arranged

8*6*5*4*3*2*1*1

Therefore 5760*5*2*9

but i am not sure...so wnt some one to check

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sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 24 Oct '11

> i am getting 1/1016 ...OA kehta hai pi/2040......
kya gadbad hai...OA yaa humari approach..... :: ::
obvious it will be OA....i hav rechecked and sorry to say pie cant come in answer. as its asking for ratio...i have wrongly put pie in my previous post

i am getting 1/1016 ...OA kehta hai pi/2040......

kya gadbad hai...OA yaa humari approach.....

obvious it will be OA....i hav rechecked and sorry to say pie cant come in answer. as its asking for ratio...i have wrongly put pie in my previous post

sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 24 Oct '11

> *consider a circle with unit radius. There are 7 adjacent sectors in it s1....s7 such that there total area is 1/8 of the area of the circle. The area of the j th sector is twice that of the j-1 th sector for j = 2,3,4..7. Find the ratio of s1 to the circle.*
1/8*127 = 1/1016 ??

consider a circle with unit radius. There are 7 adjacent sectors in it s1....s7 such that there total area is 1/8 of the area of the circle. The area of the j th sector is twice that of the j-1 th sector for j = 2,3,4..7. Find the ratio of s1 to the circle.

1/8*127 = 1/1016 ??

sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 09 Oct '11

> If there are 209 students..
P says 133 are females.
Q says 132 are females.
Clearly, Q is a female.
If there are 209*2 students, P would say there are 266 females and Q would say there are 264. Clearly, this data is inconsistent.
So, I and III are correct.
@N(P+K) bhais:...

If there are 209 students..

P says 133 are females.

Q says 132 are females.

Clearly, Q is a female.

If there are 209*2 students, P would say there are 266 females and Q would say there are 264. Clearly, this data is inconsistent.

So, I and III are correct.

@N(P+K) bhais: abhi shikayat karta hoon Chill sir se

bhai, class mates means excluding the speaker so the students will be 209+1=210students....rest u r right...but OA will becum wrong

sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 09 Oct '11

> *Two classmates P and Q have a conversation as below.
P: 7/11 of my classmates are females.
Q: That is interesting, because 12/19 of my classmates are females.
Assuming that both P and Q speak the truth, which of the following statements are true?
I. Q is a female.
II. P is a femal...

Two classmates P and Q have a conversation as below.

P: 7/11 of my classmates are females.

Q: That is interesting, because 12/19 of my classmates are females.

Assuming that both P and Q speak the truth, which of the following statements are true?

I. Q is a female.

II. P is a female.

III. There are a total of 209 students in the class.

(1) Only II and III

(2) Only I

(3) Only I and III

(4) None of the statements are true.

noblekalra Saysonly I and III my take....

OA should be (2) Only 1......want my approach??

sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 09 Oct '11

> A father is aged three times more than his son Ronit. After 8 years, he would be two and a half times of Ronit's age. After further 8 years, how many times would he be of Ronit's age ?
*a). 2 times*
b). 5/2 times
c). 11/4 times
d). 3 times
F = R + 3R
(F+ :: = 2.5(R+ ::
...

A father is aged three times more than his son Ronit. After 8 years, he would be two and a half times of Ronit's age. After further 8 years, how many times would he be of Ronit's age ?a). 2 times

b). 5/2 times

c). 11/4 times

d). 3 times

F = R + 3R

(F+ = 2.5(R+

frm this u can find out the solution

sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 09 Oct '11

> 7-a+7-b+7-c+7-d=21
a+b+c+d=7
10C3 ways :: ::
it is saying less then 7 in every case, so dont u thnk we should take max as 6 and OA becum 6C3 = 20. :: ::

7-a+7-b+7-c+7-d=21

a+b+c+d=7

10C3 ways

it is saying less then 7 in every case, so dont u thnk we should take max as 6 and OA becum 6C3 = 20.

sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 09 Oct '11

> There are 4 subjects namely a,b,c,d in an examination. In how many ways, a student can score a total of exactly 21 where all the individual subject scores are below 7?
*padke bachha question laga tha, par kuchh to gadbad hai bhailog. ::
20 aa raha hai bhai mera to.....

There are 4 subjects namely a,b,c,d in an examination. In how many ways, a student can score a total of exactly 21 where all the individual subject scores are below 7?

*padke bachha question laga tha, par kuchh to gadbad hai bhailog.

20 aa raha hai bhai mera to.....

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sumit goel
@sumitgoel87
449

Posted 09 Oct '11

> Q. No. of integral solution of x + |y| + z = 10 ??
1\. 402
2\. 304
3\. 202
4\. 502
1\. 402, whats d OA?

Q. No. of integral solution of x + |y| + z = 10 ??

1. 402

2. 304

3. 202

4. 502

1. 402, whats d OA?

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