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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.
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Find the value of $( \blacktriangle - \bigstar) - (\blacktriangledown - \blacksquare)$
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Sep 2, 2016
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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.
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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
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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
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Sep 2, 2016
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Find the value of X + Y + Z?
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If $\bigstar + \bigstar + \bigstar + \bigstar = 43.56$ and $\blacktriangledown + \bigstar + \bigstar = 23.68$ then $\bigstar - 3 \times \blacktriangledown = ?$
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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?
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Bob reads 80 pages a day except Saturdays. How many pages did Bob read in a year (1 year = 52 weeks)?
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Sep 1, 2016
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Chris read 120 pages a day except Sundays. How many pages did Chris read in 21 weeks?
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Ravi read 420 pages a day except Fridays and Mondays. How many pages did he read in 5 weeks?
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The library bought 84039 science books, 13467 novels and 13093 comics. How many books did the library buy in all?
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Ramu is a driver who drove 213404, 134558 and 233445 miles in three consecutive years. How many miles did he drive in all?
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In a movie hall, 126 seats are vacant after I have sold 1234 tickets. What is the total capacity of the hall?
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There are 120 chocolates in a box. How many such chocolates are there in all if I have 24 boxes of chocolates?
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The cost of a dozen laptops is Rs. 2 lakhs 22 thousand. What is the cost of one laptop in rupees?
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A farmer packed an equal number of apples in each of his 22 baskets. If each basket could hold 80 apples, how many apples are there in all?
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If each box could hold 24 mangoes, how many boxes are required to hold 3360 mangoes?
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What number am I?
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What number am I?
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Which of the following is incorrect?
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The natural number that is a multiple of every natural number greater than 0 is?
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All numbers greater than 0 that end in 0 are divisible by ____?
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