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Which of the countries has had a prime minister whose name featured the name of his country?

Which of the gulf city was a dependency of Bombay Presidency under British rule for almost a century?

With which field is Enrico Fermi associated?

In which state of Australia would you find the area known as the Wheatbelt?

What is a Bank called in Hindi?

Which British laws introduced by the Importation Act of 1815 and repealed in 1846 are examples of British...............

At the end of the 20th century Macau was returned to China by which country?

What is the capital of Algeria?

Which British sculptor and artist of the 20th century, whose work was said to “exemplify Modernism”?

5 solid spheres of radius 2 m, 7 solid cylinder of radius 3 m, height 7 meter and 4 solid cones of radius 5 m, height 8 m are melted to form a bigger solid sphere. What is the radius of this bigger solid sphere in meters?

8.29 m

4/3pir^3=5[4/3pi(2)^3]+7[pi(3)^2(7)]+4[1/3pi(5)^2(8)] by solving this we will get r^3=570.1 m3 Then r=8.29 m

11 solid spheres of radius 3 m, 9 solid cylinder of radius 4 m, height 5 meter and 13 solid cones of radius 2 m, height 4 m are melted to form a bigger solid sphere. What is the radius of this bigger solid sphere in meters?

2 solid spheres of radius 3 m, 3 solid cylinder of radius 2 m, height 3 meter and 2 solid cones of radius 2 m, height 4 m are melted to form a bigger solid sphere. What is the radius of this bigger solid sphere in meters?

A metal cylinder of base 5 cm and height 12 cm is melted to make n solid cones of height 1 cm and base radius 1 mm. What is the value of n?

4 solid spheres of radius 1 m, 2 solid cylinders of radius 4 m, height 2 meter and 1 solid cone of radius 2 m, height 4 m are melted to form a bigger solid sphere. What is the radius of this bigger solid sphere in meters?

The radius of two cylinders are in the ratio 2:3 and their height are in the ratio 5:3. Calculate the ratio of their volume and the ratio of their curved surfaces.