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Who is the chairman of Procter and Gamble Hygiene and Healthcare India Ltd?General KnowledgeGeneral Knowledge - Business
Who is India's ambassador to the US?General KnowledgeGeneral Knowledge - World
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A < C B > D > 0 Quantity A: A - B Quantity B: C - DMathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: The average (arithmetic mean) of x and y Quantity B: The average (arithmetic mean) of x - 1 and y + 1MathematicsNumerical Ability
P > 0 > q Quantity A: p + q Quantity B: pqMathematicsNumerical Ability
Amy, Beth and Charlie divided a pizza amongst themselves. Amy took 30% of the pizza and ate (3/4) of what she took. Beth took 20% of the pizza. Charlie ate (2/5) of what he took. Quantity A: The amount Amy ate Quantity B: The amount Charlie ateMathematicsNumerical Ability
2 < z < 4 Quantity A: π^2 z^3 Quantity B: π^3 z^2MathematicsNumerical Ability
For any positive integer n, n! is the product of all positive integers less than or equal to n. Quantity A: 20! / 17! Quantity B: 80! / 78!MathematicsNumerical Ability
Yz < 0 Quantity A: (y - z)^2 Quantity B: y^2 + z^2MathematicsNumerical Ability
Y^2 = 36 Quantity A: y Quantity B: 6MathematicsNumerical Ability
X and y are both positive and x/y > 5 Quantity A: 0.2x Quantity B: yMathematicsNumerical Ability
0 < -x < 10 11 < -y < 20 Quantity A: x Quantity B: yMathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: 29 Quantity B: 92MathematicsNumerical Ability
X = 0, y > 0 Quantity A: xy Quantity B: yxMathematicsNumerical Ability
X - y > 10 Quantity A: y - x Quantity B: 12MathematicsNumerical Ability
The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 18. Quantity A: Their average Quantity B: 6MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (1/25)^(1/2) + (1/144)^(1/2) Quantity B: [(1/25) + (1/144)]^(1/2)MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (y + 5)^2 Quantity B: (y - 5)^2MathematicsNumerical Ability
Y^2 + z^2 = 34 and yz = 15 Quantity A: y^2 + 2yz + z^2 Quantity B: (y + z)^2MathematicsNumerical Ability
100 < y < 200 and 100 < z < 210 Quantity A: y Quantity B: zMathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: A = 1.1 Quantity B: 12.1^(1/2)MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (27 - 13) (296 + 534) Quantity B: (27 + 13) (534 + 296)MathematicsNumerical Ability
Consider a triangle PQR. Quantity A: length of PQ + length of QR Quantity B: length of PRMathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (3 x 4 x 17) / (121 x 100) Quantity B: (4 x 5 x 19) / (1000 x 121)MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (x - 1)(x)(x + 1) Quantity B:(x)(x)(x)MathematicsNumerical Ability
For all real numbers a, let a^* = 1 - a. Quantity A: ((-1)^*)^* Quantity B: 2^*MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (0.82)^2(0.82)^3 Quantity B:(0.82)^6MathematicsNumerical Ability
T is a positive integer. 4/7 = t/s Quantity A: s Quantity B:7MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: 0.83 Quantity B: 0.81/3MathematicsNumerical Ability
R/>s/>0/> Quantity A: rs/r Quantity B: rs/sMathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: 1-1/27 Quantity B: 8/9 + 1/81MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: The number of months in 7 years Quantity B: The number of days in 12 weeksMathematicsNumerical Ability
X + 2y > 8 Quantity A: 2x + 4y Quantity B: 20MathematicsNumerical Ability
X = 2y + 3 y = -2 Quantity A: x Quantity B: -1MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: 4 / 100 Quantity B: 0.012 / 3MathematicsNumerical Ability
Quantity A: (-6)^4 Quantity B: (-6)^5MathematicsNumerical Ability
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