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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 3

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Division sign is looking like addition sign in question Please help

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The answer is B.

426 ÷ 142 + 20 X 12 - 820 = 1124

So, the missing number is 426.


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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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Please mention your query


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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 8

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The correct answer is D


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c

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 1

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The answer is b.

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ANSWER IS B

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 8

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The correct answer is D

We have,  
Squaring both sides, we get 
 
Now, again squaring both sides, we get x = 49.


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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 2

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 1

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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Option C

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option a(54968)

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C

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C

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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The answer is C.


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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 5

State 'T' for true and 'F' for false.
(i) The fraction is equal to the decimal number 0.24.
(ii) In proper fraction, numerator is smaller than the denominator.
(iii) are equivalent fractions.

A
B
C
D


there is no correct answer in the given optionsit is True, True, False.6/25 = 0.24 and in a proper fraction the numerator is smaller than denominator2/5, 6/15 are equivalent fractions but 10/15 is not.... so it is false (if it is given as 10/25 then it is true)

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The correct answer should be True, True, False.

We will rectify the correction in the next edition.


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