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P=8 Q=0

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So, P = 8, Q = 0

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 7

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Solution pls!

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(D)

Number of oranges Sanjeev bought = 2160
Number of rotten oranges = 46
Number of remaining oranges = 2160 – 46 = 2114
Oranges in each box = 2114 ÷ 7 = 302

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Subject :IMO    Class : Class 4

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The correct answer is A. As twice of 200 is 400 and Rizwan has 350 rupees. Also 400-350=50

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what so easy b

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A

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b

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Actually you all got b because you only counted Anu's savings and not Gaurav's saving. I mean that Gaurav already has R12, so if anu gives him 12 more rupees then both of them have equal. Is a bit tricky but not complicated.