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Question number: 348
» Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
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Given the value of is (Paper1)
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a.  20.590 

b.  20.059 

c.  20.905 

d.  20.509 

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The table given below shows survey carried out at New Delhi Railway Station for the arrivals/departures of trains for the month of January 2011. Study the table and answer the following questions:
Delay (in min. )  Number of arrivals  Numbers of departures 
0  1200  1412 
0  30  159  160 
30  60  38  54 
Over 60  15  18 
total  1412  1644 
Question number: 349 (1 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage
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The total number of late arrivals of trains is
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a.  100 

b.  95 

c.  150 

d.  90 

Question number: 350 (2 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage
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The percentage of number of trains arriving late at the station is
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Question number: 351
» Geometry
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A cistern 2 m long and 3 m wide, contains water up to a depth of 4 m. the total area of the wet surface is
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Question number: 352
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The length of a rectangle is decreased by and its breadth is increased by . By what percent its area changed?
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Question number: 353
» Geometry
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A cistern 7 m long and 3 m wide, contains water up to a depth of 12 m. the total area of the wet surface is
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Question number: 354
» Geometry
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A cistern 4 m long and 6 m wide, contains water up to a depth of 8 m. the total area of the wet surface is
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Question number: 355
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A man travels a distance of 20 km at 4 km/hr another distance of 20 km at 5 km/hr and a third distance of 20 km at 10 km/hr. his average speed for the whole journey (in km/hr) is
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