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Question number: 140

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For what value of k, the system of equations has infinitely many solutions.

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Question number: 141

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The income of P and Q are in the ratio 3: 2 and expenses are in the ratio 5: 3. If both save Rs. 200, what is the income of P?

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1200

b.

700

c.

1400

d.

1000

Question number: 142

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The sum of salaries of A and B are Rs. 6800. A spends 60 % of his salary and B spends 50%. If their savings are now in the proportion of 1: 2, what is the salary of B?

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4560

b.

3456

c.

1250

d.

2550

Question number: 143

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For what value of k, the system of equations has infinitely many solutions.

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d.

Question number: 144

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The equation has:

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Two imaginary root

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One real root

c.

No root

d.

One real root and one imaginary root

Question number: 145

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If x, y and are not zero, then equals to,

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Question number: 146

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The age of a woman is three times the age of her daughter. Five years hence, the age of woman will be two times the age of her daughter. The present age of daughter is,

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4

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6

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3

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5

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