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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 merchant has 310 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 2% loss and the rest at 8% profit. He gains 5% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of sugar sold at 8% profit and that sold at 2% loss?

93 kg sold at a loss and 217 kg sold at a profit , Let's take x as the kg sold at a loss x is then: x * 0.98 + (310-x) * 1.08 = 310 * 1.05 0.98 * x + 334.8 - 1.08 * x = 325.5 334.8 - 325.5 = 1.08 * x - 0.98 * x 9.3 = 0.1 * x x = 93 kg

A merchant has 144 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 3% loss and the rest at 9% profit. He gains 5% on the whole. What is the quantity of sugar sold at 3% loss?

A merchant has 999 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 12% loss and the rest at 15% profit. He gains 7% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of sugar sold at 15% profit and that sold at 12% loss?

A merchant has 1000 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 8% profit and the rest at 18% profit. He gains 14% on the whole. What is the quantity he sold at 18% profit ?

A merchant has 175 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 5% profit and the rest at 15% profit. He gains 108% on the whole. What is the quantity sold for 5% profit?

A merchant has 1925 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 3% loss and the rest at 4% profit. He gains 2% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of sugar sold at 4% profit and that sold at 3% loss?