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A train is moving at a speed of 108 km/hr. If the length of the train is 120 metres, how long will it take to cross a railway platform 180 metres long ?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
easy
answered
Mar 31
by
sheebalancy
1
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How long does a train 115 metres long running at the speed of 90 km/hr. take to cross a bridge 135 metres in length ?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
easy
answered
Mar 31
by
sheebalancy
1
answer
The first, second and third terms of the proportion are 56, 16, 49. Find the fourth term.
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
everyday math
answered
Mar 14
by
raghuveersingh.hrishita
1
answer
Number of faces of a hollow cylinder
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
Jan 12
by
ranjani.hogwarts
1
answer
A walks from P to Q at 3 km/hr and from Q to P at 6 km/hr. What is his average speed ?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
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Jan 6
by
seekofknowledgemba
1
answer
What number must be added to 6, 16 and 8 to get an average of 13?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
answered
Dec 4, 2017
by
nasimababnu
1
answer
A boy cycles 10 km to the North of his home, then 5 km to the East and again 2 km to the North. How far is he from home?
class6
math
olympiad
algebra
difficult
everyday math
answered
Nov 11, 2017
by
souventanki
1
answer
A book contains 3 sections. The first section covers 1/5 of the book, the second cover 3/5 and the third covers 1/5. If the book has 500 pages, how many pages are there in each section respectively?
class6
math
olympiad
fractions
medium
answered
Oct 25, 2017
by
akshitahlawat67
1
answer
The sum of the squares of 5/3 and 2/5
class6
math
olympiad
fractions
medium
answered
Oct 25, 2017
by
akshitahlawat67
1
answer
Simplify: (11/2)/(3/2) + (1/5)/(3/5)
class6
math
olympiad
fractions
medium
answered
Oct 25, 2017
by
akshitahlawat67
1
answer
Complete the series: 2, 1, (1/2), (1/4), ...
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
difficult
logical reasoning
answered
Oct 16, 2017
by
pulsarcandy
1
answer
there are two squares ABCD and PQRS each having side length of 2a. P is the centre of the square ABCD. If the point P is fixed and the square PQRS can be moved freely about it, which of the following statements is appropriate ?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
difficult
answered
Oct 10, 2017
by
ashurock7128
1
answer
If A:B:C = 2:3:4, then find A/B:B/C:C/A
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
medium
achievers section
answered
Oct 1, 2017
by
akamahajan708
2
answers
The sum of a number and its additive inverse
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
answered
Sep 11, 2017
by
pady_1
1
answer
A sum of Rs. 36.90 is made up of 180 coins which are either 10 paise coins or 25 p coins. The number of 10 p coins is:
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
Sep 9, 2017
by
ranjani.hogwarts
1
answer
If AB = 2 AD = d, the area of the shaded portion will be
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
answered
Aug 9, 2017
by
k.dara70
1
answer
What is the sum of two consecutive even numbers, the difference of whose squares is 84?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
difficult
logical reasoning
answered
Jul 24, 2017
by
arbazali105
2
answers
The population of a town increases by 10% per annum for two years then decreases by 10% per annum for the next two years, if the population of the town four year ago was 10000, what would it be today?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
medium
answered
Jul 20, 2017
by
vanlalliana1991
1
answer
If a:b = 2:3 and b:c = 4:3, then find a:b:c
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
Jul 8, 2017
by
lakshmideepakkshatri
1
answer
A bus covers a distance of 66 kms in 90 minutes where as a truck covers a distance of 1100 metres in 2 minutes. The ratio of their speeds is :
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
easy
answered
Jul 6, 2017
by
pady_1
1
answer
Find the fourth proportion to 2,3,6
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
May 11, 2017
by
anupam6049
1
answer
Three clocks were set to true time and starts to run together, makes a beep sound at intervals of 8,10 and 12 minutes respectively. In 2 days, how many times do they will make the sound together ?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
difficult
answered
Apr 9, 2017
by
sandeepasr6
1
answer
The sides of a right angled triangle is in the ratio 3:4:5. If the hypotenuse is 5, what are the other sides?
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
Jan 10, 2017
by
tripathyjanbhi
1
answer
There are 20 students with an average height of 105 cms in a class. Then 10 students with an average height of 120 cms join the class. What will be the average height of the class now?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
medium
answered
Jan 8, 2017
by
rockstarvohra91
1
answer
A pair of lines which intersect at right angles are called
class6
math
olympiad
basic-geometrical-ideas
easy
answered
Oct 21, 2016
by
vijayalakshmi.r
1
answer
The canteen charges Rs 50 for lunch and Rs 20 for milk for each day. How much money do you spend in 5 days on these things?
class6
math
ch2
olympiad
whole-numbers
everyday math
answered
Oct 20, 2016
by
amitashokkak
2
answers
Find the sum of the given expression. $(-172)+40+5+(-425) +(-275)+600-(-15)$
class6
math
ch2
olympiad
whole-numbers
math reasoning
answered
Oct 20, 2016
by
amitashokkak
2
answers
X and Y are two places connected by road as shown. Without touching a point twice, the number of bus routes possible from X to Y are
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
difficult
answered
Oct 13, 2016
by
deeptipatel234
1
answer
If Length of the rectangle is halved and breadth is doubled then the area of the rectangle remains the same. State True Or False
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
medium
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
sharmaaparna1
1
answer
There are eight mango trees in a straight line. The distance between each mango tree with other is 3 metres. What is the distance between first tree and eighth tree?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
If $a*b*c = (a+b)^2+c$, then 5*7*3 is
class6
math
olympiad
algebra
difficult
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
In a right angles isoscles triangle, if the hypotenuse is 8, what is the other side?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
medium
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
If an equilateral triangle of perimeter 30 is made into an isoscles triangle of equal side 12, what is the other side?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
easy
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
The smallest number among the following is: 1/5, 2/7, 1/3, 1/2
class6
math
olympiad
fractions
easy
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
Arrange in descending order: 1/2, 2/3, 5/9, 7/8
class6
math
olympiad
fractions
medium
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
At what rate of simple interest per annum an amount will be doubled in 10 years?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
difficult
logical reasoning
answered
Aug 31, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
Pointing to a man in a photograph, a woman said, "His brother's father is the only son of my grandfather." How is the woman related to the man in the photograph?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
sharmaaparna1
1
answer
The perimeter of a rectangular field is 480 meters and the ratio between the length and breadth is 5:3. The area of the field is
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
logical reasoning
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
Find the area of a right angled triangle whose hypotenuse is 10 cm and base 8 cm.
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
logical reasoning
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
A student is ranked 13th from right and 8th from left. How many students are there in total?
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
logical reasoning
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
The place of a number
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
achievers section
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
The product of a odd and an even number is
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
easy
achievers section
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
Consider a circle inscribed inside a square as above. If the radius of the circle is 5, what is the length of the diagonal?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
medium
achievers section
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
When a number is divided by 7, the remainder is 2. and the quotient is 6, What is the number?
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
medium
achievers section
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
priyanka.c
1
answer
A line segment from one of the vertices of a triangle which divides the opposite side equally is called
class6
math
olympiad
basic-geometrical-ideas
difficult
math reasoning
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
meena.p
1
answer
Solve for x: 1/2 + x/3 = 1/5
class6
math
olympiad
fractions
medium
everyday math
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
suganyadevi.p
1
answer
What is the ratio of the number of primes in the set of natural numbers?
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
medium
everyday math
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
suganyadevi.p
1
answer
One angle of a traingle is 30. The other two angles satisfy the condition that one of the angles is twice the other angle. What are the angles?
class6
math
olympiad
algebra
medium
everyday math
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
suganyadevi.p
1
answer
The angle subtended the minute and hour hand of a clock at 3pm is
class6
math
olympiad
basic-geometrical-ideas
math reasoning
answered
Aug 30, 2016
by
meena.p
1
answer
How many right angles do you make if you start facing south and turn clockwise to west?
class6
math
ch5
olympiad
understanding-elementary-shapes
math reasoning
asked
Aug 2, 2016
by
meena.p
1
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