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**Ques:- A rectangular lawn of dimensions 80 m * 60 m has two roads each 10 m wide running in the middle of the lawn, one parallel to the length and the other parallel to the breadth. What is the cost of traveling the two roads at Rs.3 per sq m?**

**Ques:- These words follow a logical progression: CODIFYLAMINASTOVERESETJOKULQUIRESWhich one of these comes next?REST, GRAIL, STOIC, ORDEAL**

**Ques:- What is the power of 2?optionsa.2068b.2048c.2668please explain the concept behind this.It can be asked interms of power 3,4 etc.**

**Ques:- Which is better to grow plants in Rock sand or soil?**

**Ques:- How many numbers up to 100 and 300 are divisible by 11?**

**Ques:- Could you have done better in your last job?**

**Ques:- Could You Say Something About Yourself**

**Ques:- Tell about yourself & your family?**

**Ques:- My qualification**

**Ques:- Do you have any past heroes?**

**Ques:- Two boats start from opposite banks of river perpendicular to the shore. One is faster then the other. They meet at 720 yards from one of the ends. After reaching opposite ends they rest for 10mins each. After that they start back. This time on the return journey they meet at 400yards from the other end of the river. Calculate the width of the river.**

**Ques:- They ask about me and family background**

**Ques:- Mr. T has a wrong weighing pan. One arm is lengthier than other. 1 kilogram on left balances 8 melons on right. 1 kilogram on right balances 2 melons on left. If all melons are equal in weight,what is the weight of a single melon?**

**Recent Answer**: :

Suppose the lengthier arm of weighing pan is of x cm and other arm is y cm .Also let weight if each melon be m kg.

so applying equilibrium of torque principles ,we get

case 1:-

1x-8my=0

case 2:-

2mx-1y=0

using case 1 equation , we substitute value of x into case 2 equation;

16mmy-1y=0

(16mm-1)y=0

y is length of weighing arm and cannot be 0,

therefore ,

16mm-1 =0

16mm=1

mm=1/16

m= square root (1/16)

m=+-1/4

m is weight of melon and cant be negative.

Hence m, weight of one melon is 1/4 kg

**Ques:- In a certain year, the number of girls who graduated from City High School was twice the number of boys. If 3/4 of the girls and 5/6 of the boys went to college immediately after graduation, what fraction of the graduates that year went to college immediately after graduation?**

**Recent Answer**: :

4/5

**Ques:- How many tennis balls can you fit into a limousine?**

**Ques:- In a class 80% have passed english,70% passed Hindi 10% didnot passed either. If 144 students passed both. What is the total strength of the class.**

**Recent Answer**: :

let t = total no of students.. then

students who passed one or both subjects,

n(e U h) = n(e) + n(h) – n(e intersection h)

=> t = 0.8t + 0.7t – 144

=> t = 1.5t – 144

students who failed both subjects is 10% i.e. 0.1t

=>t-n(e U h) = 0.1t,

=>t -(1.5t – 144) = 0.1t

=>t- 1.5t- 0.1t = -144

=> -0.6t = -144

=>t = 240

**Ques:- 1000 men have provisions for 15 days. If 200 more men join them, for how many days will the provisions last now?**

**Recent Answer**: :

That will depend heavily on when in the journey the 200 men join.

**Ques:- IF U GET A REBIRTH WHAT WOULD U LIKE TO BE**

**Ques:- Are you an organized person?**

**Ques:- A worker earns a 5% raise. A year later, the worker receives a 2.5% cut in pay, & now his salary is Rs.22702.68**

What was his salary to begin with?

What was his salary to begin with?

**Recent Answer**: :

Assume his salary was Rs. X

He earns 5% raise. So his salary is (105*X)/100

A year later he receives 2.5% cut.

So his salary is ((105*X)/100)*(97.5/100)

which is Rs. 22702.68

So Ans is Rs.22176

**Ques:- Three 6 faced dice are thrown together. The probability that exactly two dice show the same number on them is -.**

**Recent Answer**: :

Let A, B and C be the three 6-faced dice.

Then, according to the question,

Since two dices has to be equal, that value can be any of the 6 faces, i.e., 6C1 cases.

Now for each case, 2 equal dices can be selected from 3 dices in 3C2 i.e., 3 ways.

And for each of the above, the third dice can have any of the 5 remaining faces

The possible outcomes are P(A)=61,P(B)=61,P(C)=65,P(A)=61,P(B)=65,P(C)=61 and P(A)=65,P(B)=61,P(C)=61

Hence the required probability = 61×61×65×6×3=21690=125

**Ques:- Describe how you demonstrate your passion for technology outside the classroom ?**

**Ques:- A rectangular plank (2)1/2 meters wide can be placed so that it is on either side of the diagonal of a square shown below.(Figure is not available)What is the area of the plank?**

**Ques:- Where u will find demistar pad on the compression system**

**Ques:- What profit percent is made by selling an article at a certain price, if by selling at 2/3rd of that price, there would be a loss of 20%?**

**Ques:- If in a certain language, MADRAS is coded as NBESBT, how is BOMBAY coded in that code?**

**Recent Answer**: :

CPNCBZ

**Ques:- A man buys an article and sells it at a profit of 20%. If he had bought it at 20% less and sold it for Rs.75 less, he could have gained 25%. What is the cost price?**

**Ques:- Use three adjectives to describe yourself?**

**Ques:- You are given 8 identical balls …. but one of them is slightly heavier than the rest…. given a old scale (not electronic one) and only two trials to weigh … can u spot the odd one out????**

**Ques:- If an airplane starts at point R and travels 14 miles directly north to S, then 48 miles directly east to T, what is the straight-line distance (in miles) from T to R?**

Recent Answer: Added by Admin On 2022-09-29 15:21:15:There are 18 numbers between 100 and 300 that are divisible by 11: 110, 121, 132, 143, 154, 165, 176, 187, 198, 209, 220, 231, 242, 253, 264, 275, 286, 297.