Discussion Room : Quant
zabeer last edited by zabeer
120 rupees is the original price
25 rupees down payment means 95 rupees is what we are "Borrowing" from the shop.
Amount paid in instalments = 25 * 4 = 100
So 100 - 95 = 5 is the interest
Now this interest gained (Rs 5) is through the interest gained in the available amount month by month.
5 = 95R/(12 * 100) + 70R/(12 * 100) + 45R/(12 * 100) + 20R/(12 * 100)
5 = 230R/(12 * 100)
R = 6000/230 = 26.09%
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Working together B and C take 50% more number of days than A, B and C together take and A and B working together, take 8/3 more number of days than A, B and C take together. If A, B and C all have worked together till the completion of the work and B has received Rs. 120 out of total earnings of Rs, 450, then in how many days did A, B and C together complete the whole work?
@vinaycat2017 Answer is 30 square units
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In how many ways can distinct words of 5 letters each be made using the English alphabet?
vinaycat2017 last edited by aneeeshp
A sphere passes through the midpoints of the twelve edges of a cube that has edges of length 6 inches. What is the surface area of the sphere, in square inches? Express your answer in terms of pi.
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Usain is an athlete. While running, the number of calories burnt by him is directly proportional to the square root of his speed. If he runs 10 km at a constant speed of 25 km/hr, the total number of calories burnt is equal to 2400. On a particular day he ran at a constant speed of 36 km/hr and burnt 1800 calories. What was the distance run by him on that day? (Assume that calories burned are directly proportional to the distance travelled)
Can anybody help.
Given : No. of calories ∝ dist × √ (Speed)
so we can say that No. of calories burnt = K×dist×√ (Speed)
2400=K×10×5, Here k comes out to be "48".
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saksham thakur last edited by aneeeshp
N = 2³ * 5³ * 7², how many sets of two factors of N are co-prime
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