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Question number: 894

» Mathematics » Quadratic Equations

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The perimeter of a rectangular room is 36 m and the length of a diagonal is 14 m. The dimensions of the room are

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17 m & 19 m

b.

22 m & 14 m

c.

8 m & 28 m

d.

20 m & 16 m

Question number: 895

» Mathematics » Triangles

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D, E, F are the mid-points of the sides of . If the perimeter of is 12 cm, then the perimeter of is ________.

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36 cm

b.

18 cm

c.

6 cm

d.

24 cm

Question number: 896

» Mathematics » Probability

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Two dice are thrown at a time. The probability that the difference of the numbers shown on the dice is 2 is

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Question number: 897

» Mathematics » Probability

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Two numbers are chosen from 1 to 6. The probability for the two numbers to be consecutive is

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b.

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All of the above

Question number: 898

» Mathematics » Trigonometry

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If and then ________.

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1

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0

d.

Question number: 899

» Mathematics » Statistics

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The A. M. of a set of observations is x. If each observation is divided by and then is increased by ‘a’ the mean of new one is

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d.

Question number: 900

» Mathematics » Statistics

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The width of a rectangle in a Histogram represents

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Frequency of the class

b.

Mid values of the class

c.

Number of classes

d.

Class intervals

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