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The given table shows the number of people who joined a Dandiya class in 2006 and 2007. Study it carefully and answer the following questions.

Table shows the number of people joined a Dandiya class in 2006 and 2007

Study table carefully and answer the following question

2006

2007

Men

132

245

Women

142

300

Boys

250

164

Girls

380

238

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What was the difference in the number of women who joined the Dandiya class between 2006 and 2007?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

140

b.

158

c.

430

d.

130

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How many more girls joined the Dandiya class in 2006 than 2007?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

136

b.

430

c.

142

d.

258

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If girls had to pay an annual membership fee of Rs. 10 each while boys had to pay Rs. 30 each. How much money was collected in year 2006 by them?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

12,000

b.

13,900

c.

34,860

d.

12,350

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Find the total number of boys and girls are joined Dandiya class in 2006 and 2007?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

1064

b.

3540

c.

1032

d.

1430

Question number: 362

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How many line segments are required to make alphabet M?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

3

b.

0

c.

4

d.

5

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The length of a rectangular hall is 5 cm longer than its breath. The breath is 4 cm. Find the perimeter of rectangular hall.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

42 m

b.

60 m

c.

38 m

d.

26 m

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The length of the rectangle is 13 m longer than its breath. The breath is 22 m. find the perimeter.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

126 m

b.

138 m

c.

114 m

d.

142 m

Question number: 365

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How many triangles are there in the given figure?

Polygon poly7Polygon poly7: Polygon [O, P, 3] Polygon poly7Polygon poly7: Polygon [O, P, 3] Polygon poly8Polygon poly8: Polygon [R, O, 3] Polygon poly8Polygon poly8: Polygon [R, O, 3] Polygon poly9Polygon poly9: Polygon [T, R, 3] Polygon poly9Polygon poly9: Polygon [T, R, 3] Triangle poly10Triangle poly10: Polygon P, D_1, OTriangle poly11Triangle poly11: Polygon O, E_1, RTriangle poly12Triangle poly12: Polygon R, F_1, TQuadrilateral poly13Quadrilateral poly13: Polygon H_1, G_1, I_1, J_1Polygon poly1Polygon poly1: Polygon [E, G, 3] Polygon poly1Polygon poly1: Polygon [E, G, 3] Polygon poly2Polygon poly2: Polygon [G, K, 3] Polygon poly2Polygon poly2: Polygon [G, K, 3] Polygon poly3Polygon poly3: Polygon [K, N, 3] Polygon poly3Polygon poly3: Polygon [K, N, 3] Polygon poly4Polygon poly4: Polygon [N, L_1,3] Polygon poly4Polygon poly4: Polygon [N, L_1,3] Polygon poly5Polygon poly5: Polygon [E, Q_1,3] Polygon poly5Polygon poly5: Polygon [E, Q_1,3] Polygon poly6Polygon poly6: Polygon [L_1, R_1,3] Polygon poly6Polygon poly6: Polygon [L_1, R_1,3] Quadrilateral poly14Quadrilateral poly14: Polygon V, W, P_1, T_1Polygon poly15Polygon poly15: Polygon [P, U_1,3] Polygon poly15Polygon poly15: Polygon [P, U_1,3] Triangle poly16Triangle poly16: Polygon P, U_1, W_1Quadrilateral poly17Quadrilateral poly17: Polygon Z_1, A_2, D_2, E_2Circle cCircle c: Circle through O_1 with center N_1Segment f_1Segment f_1: Segment [O, P] of Polygon poly7Segment g_1Segment g_1: Segment [P, Q] of Polygon poly7Segment h_1Segment h_1: Segment [Q, O] of Polygon poly7Segment i_1Segment i_1: Segment [R, O] of Polygon poly8Segment j_1Segment j_1: Segment [O, S] of Polygon poly8Segment k_1Segment k_1: Segment [S, R] of Polygon poly8Segment l_1Segment l_1: Segment [T, R] of Polygon poly9Segment m_1Segment m_1: Segment [R, U] of Polygon poly9Segment n_1Segment n_1: Segment [U, T] of Polygon poly9Segment s_1Segment s_1: Segment [B_1, C_1] Segment s_2Segment s_2: Segment [B_2, C_2] Segment s_3Segment s_3: Segment [B_3, C_3] Segment oSegment o: Segment [P, D_1] of Triangle poly10Segment p_2Segment p_2: Segment [D_1, O] of Triangle poly10Segment d_1Segment d_1: Segment [O, P] of Triangle poly10Segment r_2Segment r_2: Segment [O, E_1] of Triangle poly11Segment o_1Segment o_1: Segment [E_1, R] of Triangle poly11Segment e_1Segment e_1: Segment [R, O] of Triangle poly11Segment t_1Segment t_1: Segment [R, F_1] of Triangle poly12Segment r_3Segment r_3: Segment [F_1, T] of Triangle poly12Segment f_2Segment f_2: Segment [T, R] of Triangle poly12Segment h_2Segment h_2: Segment [H_1, G_1] of Quadrilateral poly13Segment g_2Segment g_2: Segment [G_1, I_1] of Quadrilateral poly13Segment i_2Segment i_2: Segment [I_1, J_1] of Quadrilateral poly13Segment j_2Segment j_2: Segment [J_1, H_1] of Quadrilateral poly13Segment fSegment f: Segment [E, G] of Polygon poly1Segment gSegment g: Segment [G, I] of Polygon poly1Segment hSegment h: Segment [I, E] of Polygon poly1Segment iSegment i: Segment [G, K] of Polygon poly2Segment jSegment j: Segment [K, M] of Polygon poly2Segment kSegment k: Segment [M, G] of Polygon poly2Segment lSegment l: Segment [K, N] of Polygon poly3Segment mSegment m: Segment [N, K_1] of Polygon poly3Segment nSegment n: Segment [K_1, K] of Polygon poly3Segment pSegment p: Segment [N, L_1] of Polygon poly4Segment qSegment q: Segment [L_1, M_1] of Polygon poly4Segment rSegment r: Segment [M_1, N] of Polygon poly4Segment tSegment t: Segment [E, Q_1] of Polygon poly5Segment aSegment a: Segment [Q_1, R_1] of Polygon poly5Segment bSegment b: Segment [R_1, E] of Polygon poly5Segment eSegment e: Segment [L_1, R_1] of Polygon poly6Segment p_1Segment p_1: Segment [R_1, S_1] of Polygon poly6Segment a_1Segment a_1: Segment [S_1, L_1] of Polygon poly6Segment vSegment v: Segment [V, W] of Quadrilateral poly14Segment wSegment w: Segment [W, P_1] of Quadrilateral poly14Segment p_3Segment p_3: Segment [P_1, T_1] of Quadrilateral poly14Segment t_2Segment t_2: Segment [T_1, V] of Quadrilateral poly14Segment sSegment s: Segment [P, U_1] of Polygon poly15Segment dSegment d: Segment [U_1, V_1] of Polygon poly15Segment q_1Segment q_1: Segment [V_1, P] of Polygon poly15Segment w_1Segment w_1: Segment [P, U_1] of Triangle poly16Segment p_4Segment p_4: Segment [U_1, W_1] of Triangle poly16Segment u_1Segment u_1: Segment [W_1, P] of Triangle poly16Segment z_1Segment z_1: Segment [Z_1, A_2] of Quadrilateral poly17Segment a_2Segment a_2: Segment [A_2, D_2] of Quadrilateral poly17Segment d_2Segment d_2: Segment [D_2, E_2] of Quadrilateral poly17Segment e_2Segment e_2: Segment [E_2, Z_1] of Quadrilateral poly17

Figure Made by Circle, Triangles and Rectangles

Find the figure contains how many triangles

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

16

b.

35

c.

14

d.

15

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