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 was the first living Indian to feature on a postage stamp of India?
According to the Mahabharata, who was the father of Chitrasena, Vrishasena and Satyasena?
Who is this visiting prime minister and his family?
Which of these renowned dancers became a Member of Parliament in July 2018?
Which former Lok Sabha member from Maharashtra wnet on to become the chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir?
The Chandra X-ray Observatory, a NASA space telescope, was named after which Indian-born scientist?
In the field of medicine, which of these is the correct expansion of the abbreviation ENT?
A woman goes shopping and buys
a Cabbage and
a loaf of bread.
How many pieces of fruit did she buy?
The fruits are; banana. mango, pear and tomato.
She buys 10 Pieces of Fruits
3 Bananas, 3 Mangoes, 2 Pears and 2 Tomatoes(Tomatoes are fruits)
For Rs.1 you get 40 Bananas.
For Rs.3 you get 1 Mango.
For Rs.5 you get 1 Apple.
Now you want to get 100 fruits for Rs.100.
So, How many Bananas, Mangoes and Apples will you buy ?
There are 5 mangoes and 6 bananas. In how many different ways can a selection of fruits be made if all fruits of same kind are numbered with different tags.
You've bought your weekly egg supply at the local farm store. The first morning you have company for breakfast and use half the eggs plus one-half an egg. The next morning you use one-half of what's left plus one-half an egg. The third morning you use one-half of what's left plus one-half an egg, and on the fourth morning, you're down to one solitary egg, so you make French toast. In all this cooking, you've never had one-half an egg to carry over to the next day.
How many eggs did you buy originally?
A little boy has exactly 210 pieces of candy. If he buys 10 more, he will have 220. He gives away 12. How many pieces does he have now?
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