On Monday, there were thrice as many peanuts in Sack X as Sack Y. On Tuesday, 3952 peanuts in Sack X were sold. Now there were thrice as many peanuts in Sack Y as Sack X. How many peanuts were there in Sack X at first?
In the given diagram, what is the least number of squares that must be shaded so that the given figure is symmetrical along the dotted line?
If selling price of an article is 4/3 of its cost price, then the profit in the transaction is ________.
P, Q, R and S are 5-digit numbers, each having the digit 9 only once and in the place shown. None of the other digits are known.
Which of the following statements is CORRECT about P, Q, R and S?
A S is the smallest of the four numbers.
B P is larger than R.
C Q is the largest of the four numbers.
D R is the smallest of the four numbers.
The question itself is wrong because the options A,B and C are the answers . Or, rather instead of "correct" it should be "incorrect"
Elizabeth has a large piece of paper measuring 98.6 cm by 64.4 cm.
What is the greatest number of 8 cm by 5 cm pieces of paper that she can cut from the large piece of paper ?
(d) None of these
Why is it 12?