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The shop keeper sells three different types of marbles. The Blue marbles cost 20 paise each, the Green ones cost 90 paise each and the Black ones cost 5 paise each. Each bag of marbles has 5 Black marbles, 1 Green marble and 2 Blue marbles. I bought a certain number of bags and paid Rs. 6.50 in all for the Blue and Green Marbles. How much did I pay for the Black marbles?
cl72268
class5
math
olympiad
measurements
98
everyday mathematics
measurement of money
difficlut
achievers section
asked
Sep 26, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The following graph gives the number of students in a university who play a particular sport. The number of students who play Table Tennis is 10 times that of students who play Chess. How many more students play table tennis compared to badminton, chess and football combined?
cl71944
cl71942
symmetry-and-data-handling
data
handling
olympiad
class5
math
achievers
section
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Letters below have been jumbled up. Each letter is numbered. Choose the correct option which gives the right order of letters as indicated by the numbers to form a word:
logical and analytical reasoning
achievers section
math
olympiad
class5
easy
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Choose the correct answer:
computation operations
achievers section
class5
math
olympiad
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
There are 3 cards, each has a different number. Two of them are turned face down as shown. One is turned face up. When the numbers are added two at a time, the sums are 70, 85 and 95. Find the difference of the highest and lowest number on these 3 cards.
computation operations
achievers section
olympiad
class5
math
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Find the value of $( \blacktriangle - \bigstar) - (\blacktriangledown - \blacksquare)$
computation operations
achievers section
olympiad
class5
math
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
I shipped a package to the US. They charged by Rs. 9.21 for the first Kg and then 51 paise for each additional 500 grams. If I paid Rs. 12.27 as total postage, how much did my package weight?
measurements
olympiad
math
class5
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Find the 3 digit number. Its one's digit and hundred's digit are both divisible by 2. The one's digit and ten's digit are both divisible by 3. It's ten's digit is an odd multiple of 3, and its hundred's digit is 2 less than the one's digit.
cl71989
cl71987
cl71985
computation operations
olympiad
math
class5
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
There are 3 numbers, the third one is the lowest in value. The ratio of the second number to the third number is 3:1. The difference between the second and third number is 48. The ratio of the second number to the first is 2:1. Find the sum of the three numbers
cl71987
cl71985
computation operations
olympiad
math
class5
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
There are 3 numbers, the third one is the highest in value. The ratio of the third number to the second number is 6:1. The difference between the second and third number is 125 and the first and third number is 100. Find the sum of the three numbers
cl71985
computation operations
olympiad
math
class5
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Find the value of X + Y + Z?
computation operations
olympiad
math
class5
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
If $\bigstar + \bigstar + \bigstar + \bigstar = 43.56$ and $\blacktriangledown + \bigstar + \bigstar = 23.68$ then $\bigstar - 3 \times \blacktriangledown = ?$
computation operations
olympiad
math
class5
medium
achievers section
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
All lines of this figure meet at right angles. Find the area of the given figure.
cl71978
geometry
perimeter
class5
olympiad
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
All lines of this figure meet at right angles. Find the perimeter of the given figure.
geometry
perimeter
class5
olympiad
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The value of 101.5 + 100.5 + 99.5 + 98.5 + 97.5 + 96.5 + 95.5 + 94.5 - 94 - 95 - 96 - 97 - 98 - 99 - 100 - 101 is?
cl71974
measurements
computation operations
olympiad
class5
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Tim had Rs.24,000 in his savings account. He withdrew one-fifth of it in May and three-fourths of the remaining money in June. He then deposited Rs. 5,000 into the account in July. How much money did he have at the end of July?
measurements
measurement of money
fractions
olympiad
class5
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 2, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Match the following:
cl71958
cl71956
cl71954
cl71952
number sense
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Match the following:
cl71956
cl71954
cl71952
number sense
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Match the following:
cl71954
cl71952
number sense
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Match the following:
cl71952
number sense
olympias
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
Match the following:
number sense
olympias
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The graph shows the number of apples sold by the day of the week. The shop keeper has two options from the farmer. Option-1 is to make a profit of Rs. 10 for every apple sold. Option-2 is to make a profit of Rs. 27 for every apple sold above 500. Which is the better option?
cl71948
cl71946
cl71944
cl71942
symmetry-and-data-handling
data handling
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The graph shows the number of apples sold by the day of the week. If each apple made a profit of Rs. 25 for every apple sold above 600, what is the difference in profit between the day I sold the most apples to the day I sold the least number of apples?
cl71946
cl71944
cl71942
symmetry-and-data-handling
data handling
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The graph shows the number of apples sold by the day of the week. If each apple made a profit of Rs. 25, what is the difference in profit between the day I sold the most apples to the day I sold the least number of apples?
cl71944
cl71942
symmetry-and-data-handling
data handling
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The following graph gives the number of students in a university who play a particular sport. The amount of people who play Table Tennis is 5 times that of students who play Chess, find the total number of students in all.
cl71942
symmetry-and-data-handling
data handling
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
The following graph gives the number of minutes spent by Steve on various activities during a day. The remaining time is 10 times the amount of time spent traveling. How many more minutes does he spend on school and homework compared to the remaining time?
symmetry-and-data-handling
data handling
olympiad
class5
math
achievers section
medium
asked
Sep 1, 2016
by
balaji.thirumalai
1
answer
If A:B = 2:3, B:C = 4:5 and C:D = 6:7, then find the value of A:B:C:D
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
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
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
2
answers
A train needs 50L of diesel to run every km. The train covers a distance of 2643km. What is the quantity of diesel consumed?
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
What is the cost per litre if total cost incurred is 7136100?
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
0
answers
A bulb consumes 150 units of power every month. what is the cost incurred for the month if 6 units of power cost 8 rupees?
class6
math
olympiad
ratio-and-proportion
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The difference of the smallest 3 digit prime number and the largest 2 digit prime number
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The smallest 6 digit number exactly divisible by 111 is:
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
2
answers
A number is exactly divisible by 6. It leaves a remainder 6 when divided by 8. The number is
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
0
answers
A Puppy sleeps a total of 100 hours per week of 7 days.He usually sleeps 1 hour more on saturday and sunday than any other day of the week. On an average how many hours does he sleep on monday.
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
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
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
134343515 + 13484353 is divisible by
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
GCD of two prime numbers
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
easy
math reasoning
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
LCM of 850 and 650 is
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
medium
math reasoning
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
GCF of 850 and 650 is
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The product of a odd and an even number is
class6
math
olympiad
playing-with-numbers
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The relation between face value of a number and its place value is
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The place of a number
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The sum of the face value and place value of 3 in 1365
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The face value of a number
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
The difference of the place value and face of 5 in 135
class6
math
olympiad
number-system
easy
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
A circle is inscribed inside an equilateral triangle. What is the angle between the perpendicular from the centre to any two sides of the triangle?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
difficult
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
In an isoscles triangle, if its base is 1.5 times each of the equal side with the perimeter being 7, what is the base of the triangle?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
difficult
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
If the perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 36, what is its area?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
1
answer
A circle of radius 3.5 is made into an equilateral traingle. What is the side of the triangle?
class6
math
olympiad
mensuration
medium
achievers section
asked
Dec 8, 2014
by
pady_1
0
answers
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