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Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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Class - 6

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Thank you guys for clearing my doubts

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The six different combinations are CB and NB,CB and MB,NB and CB,NB and MB,MB and CB and finally Mb and CB. But CB and NB and NB and CB are same, same with NB,MB and MB,NB and CB,MB and MB,CB...Thus there are only 3 unique options available...

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Even I get 6 as the answer. How is it possible ?

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please explain how answer comes to 3. I can see six different combinations.

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if you check you will get 3 combinations, because the question says that the two bars taken are not of the same type.

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Yes there are 6 combinations but if you check some of them are same like -CB and MB , MB and CBSo there will be only three combinations

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Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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VERY EASY

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Subject :ISK    Class : Class 3

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A. cricket

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Subject :Rea    Class : Class 4

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there are 28 triangles in the figure

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ans is B

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Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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tricky question guys pls try to answer

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A

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A is the correct answer

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what is the answer

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what is answer

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answer is A. Intelligence

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Subject :Rea    Class : Class 3

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b number

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Subject :Sam    Class : Sample

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Ans is A

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Perimeter = 40mGiven, distance b/w each pole = 2mThus, no. of poles = 40/2 = 20Thx

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16

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The and is aAs 2 sides will have 1 common post4 corner posts 12 edge posts

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cdryy

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16

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ans:- A

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Answer A becausePerimeter is 10*4=40mAnd for every 2m posts were placed=20But 4posts are repeated so subtract itSo there will be (20-4)= 16 posts

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