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\(\dfrac{2}{5} \times 5\dfrac{1}{5} \) is equal to
\(3\dfrac{3}{4} \div \dfrac{3}{4} \)
A ribbon of length \( 5\dfrac{1}{4} m \) is cut into small pieces each of \(\dfrac{3}{4} m \). Number of pieces will be
Number of pieces
The ascending arrangement of \( \dfrac{2}{3}, \dfrac{6}{7} , \dfrac{13}{21} \) is
LCM of
So,
The product of 0.03 and 0.9 is
One packet of biscuits requires \(2\dfrac{1}{2}\) cups of flour and \(1\dfrac{2}{3}\) cups of sugar. Estimated total quantity of both ingredients used in 10 such packets of biscuits will be
Quantity of one packet of biscuit cups
Quantity of 10 packets cups which lies between 40 cups and 50 cups .
There are two containers out of which one can hold \(1\dfrac{1}{3}\) litres of petrol while the other can hold \(2\dfrac{1}{3}\) litres of petrol. Suppose there are 9 containers of the first type and 6 containers of the second type. How many litres of petrol is required to fill them both ?
Litres of petrol required to fill in the tank litres
Find the value of \(\dfrac{1}{5} – \dfrac{\left( \dfrac{2}{1} + \dfrac{1}{2}\right) \times 8 }{2 – \dfrac{1}{2}}\).
The parking lot of a shopping complex has a capacity of 220 cars. On a Thursday, \(\dfrac{4}{11}\) of the parking lot was occupied with cars. How many additional number of cars could be parked in the vacant space?
The product of two decimals is 42.9870. If one of them is 12.4. Find the other ?
Let the other decimal be x
By selling oranges at the rate of \(5\dfrac{1}{4}\) per orange, a fruit seller gets 630. How many dozens of oranges does he sell ?
Cost of one orange
Total amount got by the fruit seller = 630
Total oranges sold
Number of dozen of oranges dozens
Ram is reading a story book of 287 pages. He manages to read \(\dfrac{4}{41}\) of the book every day. After 2 days, how many pages does he have left to read ?
Fractions of book covered everyday
Pages covered in 1 day pages
Pages covered in 2 days pages
Pages left after 2 days to cover pages
The parking lot of the shopping complex has a capacity of 1224 cars. On Thursday, the ratio of occupied spots to empty spots in the parking lot was 11:25 . The number of additional cars that could park there is
Let the number of occupied spots = 11 x and number of empty spots = 25 x
= = 34
Number \ of \ empty \ slots = 25 x =
Each side of a regular polygon of 6 sides is 3.5 cm in length. Find the perimeter of the polygon.
Perimeter cm
Find the average of 4.2, 3.8 and 4.6 .
Ram had \(\dfrac{5}{6}\) of a cake. He ate \(\dfrac{2}{3}\) of it. What part of the cake did he eat ?
Part of the cake eaten
What is the value of \(3\dfrac{1}{12} – \left[1\dfrac{3}{4} + \left(2\dfrac{1}{2} – \left( 1\dfrac{1}{2} – \dfrac{1}{3} \right) \right) \right] \) ?
Which of the following statements is true ?