A a2 – 8a – 20 = 0
B a2 + 30a – 40 = 0
C a2 – 80a – 30 = 0
D a2 + 7a – 30 = 0
answer is a -10
Match the following.
Column 1----------Column 2
|(i)||926543||(p)||Smallest 5-digit number|
|(ii)||10000||(q)||Place value of 2 is 2000|
|(iii)||962540||(r)||100039 when rounded off to nearest 100|
|(iv)||100000||(s)||Successor of 926542|
A (i) - (s), (ii) - (p), (iii) - (q), (iv) - (r)
B (i) - (q), (ii) - (r), (iii) - (s), (iv) - (p)
C (i) - (s), (ii) - (r), (iii) - (q), (iv) - (p)
D (i) - (q), (ii) - (p), (iii) - (s), (iv) - (r)
Arnav is facing towards north. He makes turn to his right and then turn in clockwise direction. Now, if he wants to face towards the book store, then what turn will he make from the given options?
A turn anticlockwise
B turn clockwise
C turn towards right
D turn towards left
What are the directions where is north in figure?
The given diagram shows the students who picked their favourite colour. What is the fraction of students having their favourite colour red to the total number of students?
hey last ime it was a
Fill in the blanks.
(i) The additive identity of the integers is P.
(ii) The integer which is 8 less than - 24 is Q.
(iii) Every integer less than zero is R.
how is the answer a? its supposed to be c right?
Which of the following is meaningless?
please explain how IXIV is meaningless?
State ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false.
I. If a whole number is divided by another whole number, which is greater than first one, then the quotient is not equal to zero.
II. Sum of two whole numbers is always less than their product.
III. Whole numbers are not closed under multiplication.
please give me the proper solution
Study the following statements.
Statement - 1 :Rational numbers are always closed under division.
Statement - 2 :Division by zero is not defined.
Which of the following options hold?
A Both Statement - 1 and Statement - 2 are true.
B Statement - 1 is true but Statement - 2 is false.
C Statement - 1 is false but Statement - 2 is true.
D Both Statement - 1 and Statement - 2 are false.
It is a