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Answer is C

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I think its d

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(B): Number of fishes in the aquarium = 10
Number of gold fishes = 3
Number of fishes which are not gold fish = 10 – 3 = 7
So, required fraction 


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(A): Fraction of  pie eaten by Nysa = 
Fraction of  pie eaten by Tony = 
Fraction of  pie eaten by Jenny = 
Total Fraction of  pie eaten by children = 


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(C); Count the outer edges of each shape, consider each segment as one unit.
Perimeter of L = 12, Perimeter of M = 14, Perimeter of N = 12, Perimeter of O = 18
L and N has same perimeter
 


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THERE ARE 4 LINES OF ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY.BUT THERE IT IS ASKED THAT WHAT IS THE VALUE OF 2*K.WE KNOW THAT 2*K IS TOTAL NUMBER OF ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY.SO:- 2*K=4 K=4/2 K=2

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