QUANT-2013. A topic A time

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Hello puys.As discussed we have decided to start a group where in we will prepare QUANT, dealing one topic at a time, till all the concepts are covered in that chapter. *Please see* this is *strictly* for questions dealing with ongoing top...
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Avg weight of 5 officers is 42 kg . an officer was replaced by a new one so the avg increased by 500 gms . weight of new officer?? and the weight of the replaced officer ??
Cannot be determined....
You will just get their difference...
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Avg weight of 5 officers is 42 kg . an officer was replaced by a new one so the avg increased by 500 gms . weight of new officer?? and the weight of the replaced officer ??
I don't think this can be uniquely determined...

let the weight of all officers be 42 kg
avg = 42
replace one 42 kg with 44.5 kg to get avg as 42.5

or

let weight of 3 officers be 42 kg, 1 officer be 43 kg and 1 officer be 41 kg
let us remove 41 kg and add 43.5 to make avg 42.5

there can be other combinations as well....

so it cannot be determined uniquely....
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Avg weight of 5 officers is 42 kg . an officer was replaced by a new one so the avg increased by 500 gms . weight of new officer?? and the weight of the replaced officer ??
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guys can ne1 do this fr me im nt getting it ...
here you go :
first 50 runs : 4*4 +1*6 (4 fours and 1 six)
till he reaches 200 (every 30 run : 3 4s and 1*6)
total runs in boundaries till he reaches 200 = 4*4(for the 1st 50 runs) + 5*4*3(for the 5 30s he scores till he reaches 200) + 1*6(first 50 he scores 1 six) + 6*5(for the 5 30s he scores till he reaches 200)
= 112 runs

thereafter 2*6 + 1*4 for every 25 runs
maximum % will be when he scores 375 runs (h scores a triple century, as given in the question) and minimum % when he scores 300

so when eh scores 300 : he scores 4 25s and 1 25 contains 16 runs in boundaries .
so total boundary runs = 112+ 16*4 = 176
similary for 375 :
112 + 16*7 =224
calculate them in terms of % you'll get 59.73(for 375 runs) and 58.66(this is for 300 runs)
difference is approx 1.07
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guys can ne1 do this fr me im nt getting it ...
givme sometime...this is a long question but simple maths...
Take the upper case as 375 and lower case as 300...
and just follow the conditions given in the question..you will surely get the answer...
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@saurav205 said:
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guys can ne1 do this fr me im nt getting it ...:(
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