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Which British laws introduced by the Importation Act of 1815 and repealed in 1846 are examples of British...............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

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 640 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 2% loss and the rest at 6% profit. He gains 3% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of sugar sold at 2% loss and that sold at 6% profit?