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Correct ans is 13

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correct ans is B : 12

Subject :Rea    Class : Class 5

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THE ANS IS A 11 BECAUSE THE 3S ARE 3 13 23 30 33 43 53 63 73 83 93 SO GOT IT

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IT IS 20. 1-10 1 '3' 11-20 " 20-30 2 '3' 31-40 9 40-50 1 50-60 " 60- 70 '' 70-80 '' 80-90 '' 90-100 ''

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may be 20 .

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GOT IT

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It should be 20 as there are 10 '3 ones' and 10 '3 tens'.

Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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the question given is correct don't worry the answer is D because it has x as its denominator which can be written as x to the power -1 which is not a whole number therefore its not a polynomial THE QUESTION IS NOT WRONG THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK

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The question given is wrong

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Given question is wrong

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thanks

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Answer is A. THIS WAS A REALLY NICE AND HARD QUESTION. Logic------Rule is column-wise that is vertically. Add the first two numbers and then multiply by four. Example- 12+13=25, 25*4=100 Same for- 8+15=23, 23*4=92 So- 16+52=68, 68*4=272

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Thanks

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Answer is A. THIS WAS A REALLY NICE AND HARD QUESTION. Logic------Rule is column-wise that is vertically. Add the first two numbers and then multiply by four. Example- 12 13=25, 25*4=100 Same for- 8 15=23, 23*4=92 So- 16 52=68, 68*4=272

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Thanks for the logic

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thanks for the answer it was very difficult

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ans is a

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Subject :Rea    Class : Class 4

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the ans is like 5*5 9*9 3*3 6*6. so ans is b

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HOW............

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Add the squares of the numbers on the edges

Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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Even i think it should be 28

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sorry even i think it should be 29

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Pls explain

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plz explain how

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It is definitely 28 not 29.

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Thanks!

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Why 29 why not 28 ?

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Pls explain ans

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28 as 29 does not come in 4 table please explain your answer

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the ans is 29 because we have to count only 4th day starting 1st..second day will be 5, Third day..9 .....and last day is 29th.

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it is 28 as 29 does not come in 9 table

Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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Not possible

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All reflex angles inside

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EXPLAIN

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There should be a solution written to this.

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Ans39: Answer Meena it was so easy

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Impossible!!!

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Abey ye kaise ho Sakta hai

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Too tricky

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how is it ?please ca anyone explain

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there is no correct answerthere can be maximum 3 or 4

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how can it be possible ?????????????

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All reflex angles

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All angles inside the figure are acute angles.

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ihave also found only one obtuse angle, I do not know how could the answer was seven.

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i know answer and i know how it came it came by corners there are 7 corners

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there can be maximum 4-5 angles.please tell the answer with perfect explanation.by atharva panjabi.dwarka,new delhi

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i have only found one obtuse angle this is totally incorrect

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Team pls help with an explanation to this question.

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how ?

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So can there be reflex angles anyway? If yes,explain

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not possible

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yes i can also only see 2-3 obtuse angles

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there are seven

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Unable to understand the sum

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The question should be how many angles are less than a right angle?

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seven

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not possible

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