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**Two cars race around a circular track at constant speeds starting at
the same point. If they travel in opposite directions, then they meet every 30
seconds. If they travel in the same direction, then they meet every two
minutes. If the track is 1800m long, what is the speed of each car?**

**(a) 37.5 m/s and 22.5
m/s **

** (b)
75 m/s and 45 m/s **

**(c) 135 m/s and 81
m/s **

**(d)
None of these**

**You have two strings whose only known property
is that when you light one end of either string it takes exactly one hour to
burn. The rate at which the strings will burn is completely random and each
string is different. How do you measure 45 minutes?**

Everyday, I will post one quant & LR question & after 24 hours solution of that....Let's start from today:

**1. Find the number of
ways in which 6! (factorial of 6) can be written as the product of two
integers.**

**(a) 15 **

**(b) 30**

(c) 6

(d) None of these

(c) 6

(d) None of these

2.**There are three switches outside of a closed
room to operate three different light bulbs inside the room. Let's make it
clear, the room is perfectly sealed and it's not possible to determine whether
lights are on from outside the room. You can only go into the room once. How
will you determine which switch belongs to which bulb?**

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