Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

Which of the following Pair are not parent and child who have both won the Nobel prize?

Who was the first women nominated member of Rajya Sabha of India?

Who is the first women boxer to be honoured with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award?

Which Layer of earth is the rigid layer made up of the uppermost part of the mantel & the crust?

What happen if 50 years old man sex with 21 years old girl ??

What is Reflective QOS in 5g and how is it handled?

Who wrote Itihasmala?

Which of the states has no Panchayati Raj Institution at all?

Who is to conduct the elections to the Panchayats and Municipalities?

Find three number such that?

Answer is: 1, -1, -3

Multiplication is 3 which is prime number. Difference between 1 & -1 is 2 Difference between -1 & -3 is 2

The answer may be 211... Difference between 2 and 1 is 1

....The numbers DO NOT EXIST.... There are NO three numbers which when multiplied give a prime number. coz, A prime number is a number which is divisible by one and itself, so if you get "this number" means it can be divisible by 1 and the other number.....contrary to its definition...

What about 2, 1 and -1. Multiplication is a prime number but not sure my answer is correct or not...

1,2,1 or 1,3,1 1, ( pprime number), 1

Can you think of three numbers that gives a prime number as their product and also the difference between the second and first is equal to the difference between third and second?

Can you find a number such that if we multiply that number by 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6, then the resultant number contains same all digits (of course in a different place)

Given below is a figure. You have to fill in the numbers from 1 up to 16 in such a way that you get 29 when you add the numbers in each row.

Draw five squares joined in the shape of a plus. Place distinct digits (other than 0 or 1) so that the three numbers in the vertical line multiply together to give the same answer as the three numbers in the horizontal line multiplied together?