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Justin operates an orange juice stand. On Monday he used $\large\frac{3}{4}$ of a bag of oranges. On Tuesday he used $\large\frac{1}{10}$ as many oranges as on Monday. How many bags of oranges did Justin use on Tuesday?
class5
math
olympiad
fractions
decimals
78
answered
14 hours
ago
by
jessicaw09
1
answer
Rewrite the number placing comma (,) as per the International system 367293131
cbse
class4
olympiad
math
t3
q11
answered
1 day
ago
by
s4sumanjeet
1
answer
A student must secure 50% marks to pass in an examination. He obtains 52 marks and fails by 23 marks. What are the maximum marks of the examination?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
medium
answered
Mar 28
by
mendemsrilatha7
1
answer
Rajesh rolls a cube which has following letters on each face, T B G Y H F What is the fraction of symmetric (either horizontal or vertical) letters on the cube ?
class7
math
olympiad
symmetry
answered
Mar 27
by
blugriya0
1
answer
we extend the two end points in either direction endlessly, we get a _______.
class7
math
olympiad
lines and angles
answered
Mar 26
by
nathbawa8
1
answer
P, Q, R and S are playing cards. P and Q are partners and sitting in front of each other. Similarly R and S are partners and sitting in front of each other. S faces towards North and if P faces towards West, then who faces towards South ?
olympiad
class9
math
logical
analytical
reasoning
answered
Mar 19
by
bammidi36
1
answer
Find the number of roots of (x^n-b)^2 =0
olympiad
class9
math
polynomials
answered
Mar 18
by
thakurmayankraj.26
1
answer
Arrange the given words in the sequence in which they occur in the dictionary and choose the correct sequence. 1. Precede 2. Precision 3. Precise 4. Precept 5. Preach 6. Prelude
olympiad
class9
math
logical reasoning
logical_reasoning
answered
Mar 17
by
ajaysharma4381001
2
answers
A ship sails 300 km due west and then 100 km due south. At the end of this journey, how far is the ship from its starting position?
class7
math
olympiad
practical geometry
answered
Mar 16
by
vedalakshmanreddy
1
answer
Fractions where the numerator is greater than the denominator are called:
class7
math
olympiad
fractions and decimals
answered
Mar 15
by
kumardinesh.d
1
answer
The number of lines of a symmetry in a $30^{\circ}-60^{\circ}-90^{\circ}$ set square is
class5
math
olympiad
data handling
43
answered
Mar 13
by
sudhakar.pendri01
3
answers
If a:b::c:d, then
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
Mar 9
by
amirkhanbhoor
1
answer
Rakesh's Mathematics test had 75 problems, 10 arithmetic, 30 algebra, 35 geometry problems. Although he answered 70% of arithmetic, 40% of arithmetic and 60% of geometry problems correctly, still he got less than 60% problems right. How many more questions he would have to answer more to get passed ?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
difficult
answered
Mar 8
by
olachristimothy3869
1
answer
Two clocks are set correctly at 10 a.m. on Friday. The first clock gains 2 minutes per hour, which is twice as much as gain by the second. What time will the second clock register when the correct time is 2 p.m. the following Monday ?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
medium
answered
Mar 7
by
rythwikreddy
1
answer
The distance of the moon from the earth is 384000 km. What is its standard form?
class7
math
olympiad
exponents and powers
answered
Mar 5
by
sonukapoor120270
1
answer
Find the value of [32 + 2 x 17 + (-6)] ÷ 15
class7
math
olympiad
integers
answered
Mar 3
by
punniya.army
1
answer
Andrew is two years older than Beatrice, and Chris is three years younger than Beatrice.The product of Andrew's age and Chris' age is 66. How old is Beatrice?
class5
math
olympiad
computation
60
answered
Mar 3
by
hajin.you
1
answer
The day on 5th March of a year is the same day on what date of the same year?
class6
math
olympiad
pecentages
medium
answered
Mar 2
by
rdas17666
1
answer
The number of lines of symmetry in a circle is
class5
math
olympiad
data handling
32
answered
Mar 2
by
maadhuri.gupta
1
answer
The solid with one circular face,one curved surface and one vertex is known as
class7
math
olympiad
solid shapes
answered
Mar 1
by
anjanisahujaimakal
1
answer
The distance around the circle is called the
class5
math
olympiad
geometry
answered
Feb 26
by
alrehmatbuilders14
1
answer
Angle of rotation of a figure is 120°. What is the number of lines of symmetry?
class7
math
olympiad
symmetry
answered
Feb 24
by
teerdhak
1
answer
How many 8's are there in the following number sequence which is immediately preceded by 4 and not followed by 7? <br> 7 8 4 7 4 8 8 3 5 1 4 8 7 2 1 4 8 5
cbse
class4
olympiad
math
t2
q3
answered
Feb 23
by
sahdevvarma9
1
answer
The parking lot of the Mall has a capacity of 224 cars. On Thursday $\large\frac{6}{8}$ of the parking lot was occupied with cars. How many additional cars could park there?
class5
math
olympiad
fractions
decimals
43
answered
Feb 18
by
guptarajul1
1
answer
The product of the additive identity and the multiplicative identity
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
The additive identity is
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
A number whose additive identity is the number itself
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
A number whose multiplicative identity is the number itself?
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
A number whose multiplicative identity doesnot exist
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
The sum of the number and its additive inverse is twice the number. What is the number?
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
medium
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
At what rate of simple interest per annum an amount will be doubled in 10 years?
olympiad
class9
math
everyday mathematics
answered
Feb 14
by
solutionresource15
1
answer
A clock loses 3% time during the first week and then gains 2% time during the next one week. If the clock was set right at12 noon on a Sunday, what will be the time that the clock will show exactly 14 days from the time it was set right ?
olympiad
class9
math
logical reasoning
logical_reasoning
answered
Feb 13
by
bulliya90
1
answer
Priyanka has Rs 570. She get 4 Bananas which cost Rs 20 each, 6 apples which cost Rs 50 each and 7 mangoes which cost Rs 60 each. How much more money does she need to get these things.
olympiad
cbse
class3
math
t2
q17
answered
Feb 12
by
mmarjuk787
1
answer
Sheela had 5 box of chocolates. There were 12 chocolates in each box. She gave 6 chocolates to Ajay, 2 boxes to her brother Arun. If the remaining number of chocolates was 30. How many can be put in each box.
olympiad
cbse
class3
math
t5
q20
answered
Feb 12
by
mmarjuk787
1
answer
Megha had 3 fifty rupees note and 2 ten rupee note and 5 two rupee coins. After she spent eating at the hotel for dinner she had Rs 65 left. How much was the total bill of the hotel?
olympiad
cbsc
class3
math
t1
q20
answered
Feb 12
by
mmarjuk787
1
answer
22, 21, 23, 22, 24, 23, ...
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
easy
answered
Feb 11
by
rohithapse2002
1
answer
If hour hand of a clock is 5.6 cm long, find the distance covered by the tip of hour hand in 100 days. (assume π = 22/7)
class7
math
olympiad
perimeter and area
answered
Feb 10
by
mandalmaa2015
1
answer
If ÷ implies '=', × implies '<', + implies '>', – implies '×', > implies '÷', < implies '+', = implies '–', identify the correct expression.
olympiad
class9
math
logical
analytical
reasoning
answered
Feb 9
by
banyabarik
1
answer
The parking lot of the Mall has a capacity of 792 cars. On Wednesdays the ratio of occupied spots to empty spots in the parking lot was 3:19. The number of additional cars that could park there is
class5
math
olympiad
fractions
decimals
18
answered
Feb 8
by
tusharpatilpatil03
1
answer
Find the area of the regular pentagon of side 6 cm and height 8 cm
olympiad
class9
math
triangles
circles
quadrilaterals
answered
Feb 2
by
pawanpurbey.7808160211
1
answer
If the ratio of mode and median of a certain data is 6:5 then find the ratio of its mean and median
olympiad
class9
math
statistics
probability
answered
Feb 2
by
rupamyogya
2
answers
27, 25, 25, 22, 23, 19, 21, 16, 19, —
class6
math
olympiad
analytical-reasoning
difficult
logical reasoning
answered
Jan 31
by
cvachar7
1
answer
Value of the expression (x^2-x+1)/x-1 cannot lie between
olympiad
class9
math
polynomials
answered
Jan 24
by
piruthiba
1
answer
At what rate percent per annum will Rs. 800 amount to Rs 1000 in 1 years ?
class7
math
olympiad
comparing quantities
answered
Jan 23
by
sweta000003107
1
answer
In method of factorisation of an algebraic expression. Which of the following statement is false ?
olympiad
class9
math
polynomials
answered
Jan 20
by
kasarlavishishtareddy
1
answer
Graphically the pair of equations 6x-3y+10=0, 2x-y+9=0 represents two line which are
olympiad
class9
math
linear equations
answered
Jan 14
by
das.bittu15403
1
answer
Number of faces of a solid hemisphere
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
answered
Jan 10
by
mahato.sanatkr
1
answer
A man sold a watch at Rs. 3,800 and lost 5%. What was the cost price.
class7
math
olympiad
comparing quantities
answered
Jan 7
by
gargrajender331
1
answer
The greatest natural and whole number is
class5
math
olympiad
number sense
number system
answered
Jan 6
by
umairkhan3642
1
answer
Problem: Find the smallest positive integer that must be added to 2010 in
math
asked
Jul 31, 2018
by
sammy.mulls
1
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