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Question number: 1199

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24 cups of water are needed to fill of a basin. How many cups are needed to fill of the basin?

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15

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8

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5

d.

6

Question number: 1200

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of water was transferred into a barrel containing of water. What is the total volume of water in the barrel?

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The line graph shows the money earned by an Ishan during a certain week.

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On which day was his earnings of his earnings on Sunday?

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Friday

b.

Sunday

c.

Saturday

d.

Wednesday

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What is the average amount earned from Sunday to Wednesday?

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160

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450

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230

d.

170

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On which two days did the Ishaan earn a total amount equal to the amount earned on Sunday?

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Wednesday and Friday

b.

Sunday and Tuesday

c.

Tuesday and Friday

d.

Friday and Saturday

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Find the ratio of the amount earned on weekdays to that on weekends.

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On which day did he earn Rs. 100 more than the amount earned on Monday?

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Friday

b.

Tuesday

c.

Wednesday

d.

Saturday

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The pie-chart shows the number of Vehicles in a park. The total number of vehicles in the park is 5000. AB is the diameter.

 Pie-chart of number of vehicles in a park

Pie-Chart of Number of Vehicles in a Park

Show this pie-chart carefully and answer the following question

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What percentage of Motor cycle parked in park?

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38%

b.

12%

c.

30%

d.

13%

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