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Jitendra Kumar 1 day, 9 hours ago

0.03125
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Jitendra Kumar 1 day, 9 hours ago

Cube of 33- 35937 Cube of 97- 912673
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Jitendra Kumar 1 day, 8 hours ago

3\5

Nihal Bendi 3 days, 12 hours ago

Fast
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Jitendra Kumar 11 hours ago

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Swati Jha 4 days, 10 hours ago

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=2√2 ( 2√2 - 3√3) + 3√3 (2√2 - 3√3)

=2√2 × 2√2 - 2 √2 × 3√3 + 3 √3 × 2√2 -3√3 ×3√3

=8 - 6 √6 + 6√6 - 27

=8 -27

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Jitendra Kumar 1 day, 8 hours ago

-183/70

Himanshu Kumar 11 hours ago

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Jitendra Kumar 1 day, 8 hours ago

603/70

Rithwak Kumar 6 days, 11 hours ago

1.2857142

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Prafful Goyal 1 week, 3 days ago

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Rithwak Kumar 6 days, 11 hours ago

Reciproal of 0is not defined
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Manjesh Kumar 1 week, 4 days ago

4-3n+5n 6=21 42
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Deepika Sharma 2 weeks, 1 day ago

What is (a²+b²)??..

Pallavi Ladwa 3 weeks, 4 days ago

08 h :58 m : 07 s
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Manjesh Kumar 1 week, 4 days ago

Mc

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Chenna Ram 3 weeks, 5 days ago

What is answer
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Vansh Sharma 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Volume of the cube with side 6 cm is
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Yusuf Mahmood 4 weeks ago

Bro I can't understand what u ask but btw area of trapezium= 1/2 × (sum of ll sides ) × height
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Mayank Dhruw 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Whole numbers, also known as counting numbers, are the set of numbers that include all positive integers from zero onwards. This set does not include fractions or decimals. It typically includes the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on, up to infinity.
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Sachi Salavi 1 week, 6 days ago

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Tejjas Verma 4 weeks, 1 day ago

49.10000000.25/.5
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Mayank Dhruw 4 weeks, 1 day ago

To find the root of the equation \( x - 8 = 2 \), you need to isolate \( x \) on one side of the equation. Starting with: \[ x - 8 = 2 \] Add 8 to both sides to isolate \( x \): \[ x = 2 + 8 \] Simplify: \[ x = 10 \] So, the root of the equation \( x - 8 = 2 \) is \( x = 10 \).
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Mayank Dhruw 4 weeks, 1 day ago

To find the square root of 400 using long division method, you can follow these steps: 1. Start by grouping the digits in pairs from right to left. Since 400 is a perfect square, it can be written as \(20^2\). So, we group the digits as 4 and 00. 2. Begin with the largest number whose square is less than or equal to 4, which is 2. Write 2 as the quotient and divisor, and place a decimal point after it. 3. Square 2, which equals 4. Subtract 4 from the first group (4). Bring down the next group (00) next to the remainder. 4. Double the quotient (2) to get 4, and write it as the trial divisor. Add a digit to the quotient (let's say 'x') such that 4x multiplied by x is less than or equal to 400. Since \(20^2 = 400\), we know that x should be 0. 5. Multiply the trial divisor (40) by 0, and subtract the result from the number formed by the first two groups (400). This gives you the remainder. 6. Bring down the next pair of zeros (00) and repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have enough decimal places or until you reach the desired level of accuracy. Since 400 is a perfect square, its square root is a whole number, which is 20. So, the square root of 400 by long division method is 20.
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Ritesh Kakade 1 month ago

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Mayank Dhruw 4 weeks, 1 day ago

To find the gain or loss percent, we first need to calculate the profit or loss made by the man. Profit = Selling Price - Cost Price Given: Cost Price (CP) = ₹1250 Selling Price (SP) = ₹1600 Profit = SP - CP Profit = ₹1600 - ₹1250 Profit = ₹350 Now, to find the gain percent: Gain Percent = (Profit / Cost Price) * 100 Substitute the values: Gain Percent = (350 / 1250) * 100 Calculate: Gain Percent = (0.28) * 100 Gain Percent = 28% So, the man made a profit of 28%.

M.K Sanjai 9Th 1 month ago

1250-1600 =350 350÷1250×100
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Dhiyashri M 1 month ago

It seems not a question u have typed it randomly
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Yusuf Mahmood 4 weeks ago

Hey vanshika, We all know that sum of angle of a parallelogram is 360°. So if you give the measurement of 3 sides so we can find it by let the unknown side as x. and make an equation like : X + sum of angle of all three sides = 360° But the problem is that you give the measurement of only one side 110° and ask 2 variable and we all know that we learn to find only one variable by the chapter 'linear equation in one variable' so yahhhh make your question right 👍🏼
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Mayank Dhruw 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Let's denote the tens digit of the two-digit number as \( x \) and the units digit as \( y \). According to the given conditions: 1. The sum of the digits is 9: \[ x + y = 9 \] 2. The number is 6 times the unit digit: \[ 10x + y = 6y \] Now, we have a system of two equations: \[ \begin{cases} x + y = 9 \\ 10x + y = 6y \end{cases} \] From the first equation, we can express \( x \) in terms of \( y \): \[ x = 9 - y \] Substitute this expression for \( x \) into the second equation: \[ 10(9 - y) + y = 6y \] \[ 90 - 10y + y = 6y \] \[ 90 - 9y = 6y \] \[ 90 = 15y \] \[ y = 6 \] Now, substitute the value of \( y \) back into the first equation to find \( x \): \[ x = 9 - 6 \] \[ x = 3 \] So, the tens digit \( x \) is 3 and the units digit \( y \) is 6. Therefore, the number is 36.

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