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**Two cars P and Q start from two points A and B towards each other simultaneously. They meet for the first time 40 km from B. After meeting they exchange their speeds as well as directions and proceed to their respective...**

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**P and Q can complete a j ob i n 30 days and 20 days respectively. If P started the work first and 15 days later, Q joined, in how many days will they complete the remaining work?A. 6 daysB. 12 daysC. 18 daysD. 21 days**

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**Find the greatest integer b for which log _{b}(192!) – log_{b}(191!)- log_{b}(24) is an integer.**

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**A television channel has eight programs − A through H − which are available for three prime-time slots on a Sunday evening. In how many different ways can the programmes be shown, if program A can come only after program B?**

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**Sumit added the first n natural numbers. However, he added one of the numbers twice, by mistake, and obtained the sum as 640. Find the number that was added twice.**

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**There was some food in the store which would have been sufficient for a certain number of men for 100 days. However, after 25 days 8 more men joined the group because of which the food lasted only for 35 more days. How many men w...**

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**a,b,c and d are four real numbers such that a ^{2} – b = b^{2} – c = c^{2} – d = d^{2} – a . Find the value of (a+b) (b+ c)(c+d)(d + a).**

A. -1

B. 1

C. 0

D. None of these

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**The angle bisectors BD and CE of a triangle ABC are divided by the incentre I in the ratios 3 : 2 and 2 : 1 respectively. Then the ratio in which I divides the angle bisector through A is-(A) 3 : 1 (B) 11 : 4 (C) 6 : 5 (D) 7 : 4**

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