The sum of all 2 digit divisors of the number obtained by the difference of a 3 digit number
of successive digits in decreasing order and a 3 digit number having same digits in reciprocal
order. Only 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 can be used as digits
Unit place =20(1+2+3+3+3+4)
Tens place=20(1+2+3+3+3+4) +32 ;( 32 is carry from units place)
Hundreds place=20(1+2+3+3+3+4) +35(carry from previous)
Similarly others
Some birds sit on a tree. Square root of total birds moves away from there. Twice of the
remaining birds are equal to the square of sum of birds flown away & square root of birds
flown away. How many birds was on tree.
Total cost of 2 rubbers and 3 pencils is greater than 20 rupee whereas total cost of
3 rubbers and 2 pencils is less than 24 rupee. If cost of pencil is less then 7 rupee then
for what prize of rubber and pencil total cost of 4 rubbers and 5 pencils is minimum
A bookseller says to a customer "The prize of water bag is greater than 400 rupees and I
shall give you a scheme of 50%+50%+50%+50% off after giving you a discount of 100 rupees."
If after then the cost of water bag is square root of its original value, then prize of
water bag is…… (Leaving paisa if any).
In a chess game a man plays 16 moves, one move to every piece in the following manner:-
• King can move 1 step in any direction
• Queen can move in any direction
• Rook can move straight in any direction
• Bishop can move in slant squares
• Knight can move 2 forward then 1 turned step
• Every pawn can move 1 or 2 step forward
What is the probability that after that move all the piece are arranged in third and fourth row if initially they are arranged in first and second row as the rule of game.
There are two buildings P and Q. IfÂ 143Â persons are sent from P to Q, then the number of persons in each building is the same. IfÂ 186Â persons are sent from Q to P, then the number of persons in P is double the number of persons in Q. How many persons are there in building P?
Maths is just like a lantern that enlightens your life with numbers
nishant
Language is remarkable, except under the extreme constraints of mathematics and logic, it never can talk only about what it's supposed to talk about but is always spreading around.