In the given figure product of the elements in the row (b*d) is same as the product of the elements in the column (a*b*c). There are 6 possible numbers to fill in the figure 2, 7 , 11, 14 , 3 , 21.

Which of the above numbers has to be in the list

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 7
  4. 11

 

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Puzzle of the day: 159

In the given figure product of the elements in the row (b*d) is same as the product of the elements in the column (a*b*c). There are 5 possible numbers to fill in the figure 2,3,5,6,7.

Which two numbers cannot appear together in the figure

  1. 2,3
  2. 5,7
  3. 6,7
  4. 3,6

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Puzzle of the day: 158

 

There is cube of 6*6*6. It has total 216 small pieces. This cube is broken into 8 smaller cubes of 3*3*3. if the qty of paint needed to paint all of these cubes is 28 litres, then what was the qty of paint required to paint original cube

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Puzzle of the day: 157

Rajeev shifted to Bangalore from Delhi, where he has to travel 10% more distance than he was travelling earlier in Delhi. If the petrol price also increased by 25% and Mileage of his car also decreased by 12.5%, then minimum how many days should he work from home now out of the 23 days that he was working earlier in order to not increase his expenditure on petrol.

  1. 8 days
  2. 7 days
  3. 5 days
  4. 9 days

If there is row of 6 different people that can stand inside city hall for entry ticket, and Vidhi and Nishat are two people standing at random position in that row. Then what is the total number of  different rows that can be formed in which Vidhi will get the ticket before Nishat?

  1. 5
  2. 15
  3. 360
  4. 3

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Puzzle of the day: 156

‘a’ as percentage of (a+b) is same as b as percentage of (a-b). Then ‘a’ is what percentage of ‘b’. 

  1. 200%
  2. 241%
  3. 41%
  4. 50%

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