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View first unread post One has three fair dice and rolls them together. What is the  

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View first unread post One circular stage....there are seven positions in it, one  

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View first unread post A person has the following bills: $1, $5, $10, $20, $50. How  

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shubhangi

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03 Oct 2003, 07:09

shubhangi

View first unread post If y<>(not equal to) 3 and 3x/y is a prime integer  

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1179

03 Oct 2003, 07:39

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View first unread post How many POSITIVE INTEGER solutions does the folowing  

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712

03 Oct 2003, 08:03

stolyar

View first unread post There are two integers whose sum is 35 and whose LCM is 42.  

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574

05 Oct 2003, 00:21

Praetorian

View first unread post if <a<b<c<d and a,b,c,d all are all positive  

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Praetorian

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687

05 Oct 2003, 19:12

Christian

View first unread post 2^p*4^2q=? 1. p-2q=0 2.p-q=0  

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araspai

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05 Oct 2003, 23:01

stolyar

View first unread post Buys the shoes first pair of initial cost, the 2nd pair has  

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683

05 Oct 2003, 23:05

stolyar

View first unread post HAVE picture, a cube " ABCDEFGH ", ask the value of angle  

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613

05 Oct 2003, 23:27

stolyar

View first unread post The figure above shows the present position on a radar  

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06 Oct 2003, 02:18

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View first unread post In box A, there are 20 purple and 30 red marbles. In box B,  

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06 Oct 2003, 13:35

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View first unread post An integer when divided by 12 leaves remainder 0,when  

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693

06 Oct 2003, 13:41

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View first unread post airplanes back and forth fly 400mile, when running free  

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571

06 Oct 2003, 20:36

Christian

View first unread post 7! / n is not an integer, n is an postive integer not equal  

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575

07 Oct 2003, 04:46

wonder_gmat

View first unread post Is a three-storied thing 1991^ odd or even  

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518

07 Oct 2003, 12:17

wonder_gmat

View first unread post Five people meet and exchange handshakes. If exactly 3 of  

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1289

07 Oct 2003, 14:52

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View first unread post Find the value of 1.1! + 2.2! + 3.3! + ......+n.n! 1) n!  

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2035

07 Oct 2003, 17:33

giddi77

View first unread post Range of monthly salary in 1999 is 240. Range of monthly  

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870

07 Oct 2003, 21:18

stolyar

View first unread post What is the highest power of 7 in 5000!? (1) 4998  

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1058

07 Oct 2003, 21:31

stolyar

View first unread post What is the remainder when 9^1 + 9^2 + 9^3 + .... + 9^8 is  

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Praetorian

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574

07 Oct 2003, 22:23

stolyar

View first unread post There are 12 yes or no questions. How many ways can these be  

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3263

07 Oct 2003, 22:30

stolyar

View first unread post stolyar , i am assuming that you did not see my post  

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2517

08 Oct 2003, 04:47

wonder_gmat

View first unread post 12^1+12^2+12^3+12^4+12^5 is divided by 9. Find the remainder  

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stolyar

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546

08 Oct 2003, 05:10

Vicky

View first unread post N is from 1 to 96 inclusive, what is the probability of N  

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Praetorian

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635

08 Oct 2003, 16:40

Praetorian

View first unread post How many ways can 4 prizes be given away to 3 boys, if each  

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3239

08 Oct 2003, 17:03

amarsesh

View first unread post A student finds the average of 10 positive integers. Each  

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2184

08 Oct 2003, 17:27

amarsesh

View first unread post MN is a two-digit integer. When MN is divided by (M+N), it  

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stolyar

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829

08 Oct 2003, 22:05

stolyar

View first unread post Three Russians, three Americans, and three Norwegians are to  

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602

09 Oct 2003, 02:40

stolyar

View first unread post Three marksmen shoot a target with according probabilities  

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stolyar

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907

09 Oct 2003, 05:08

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View first unread post There are 37 questions on the math part of the GMAT, each  

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720

09 Oct 2003, 05:34

ngulati

View first unread post A bag has 15 marbles , 7 black, 8 red . You pick 5 marbles  

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1085

09 Oct 2003, 06:46

amarsesh

View first unread post The outline of a sign for an ice-cream store is made by  

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744

09 Oct 2003, 12:17

amarsesh

View first unread post G, D, I, I, F form strings such as GDIIF OR DGIFI, how many  

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672

09 Oct 2003, 15:53

amarsesh

View first unread post 4 workers can produce x units in 6 days. How many workers  

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650

09 Oct 2003, 17:11

amarsesh

View first unread post Two measuring scales R and S. When R is 6, S is 30 ; when R  

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998

10 Oct 2003, 23:48

AkamaiBrah

View first unread post A and B are highly truthful (they each tell the truth  

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724

11 Oct 2003, 12:16

exy18

View first unread post In a bag of balloons, the ratio of red balloons to other is  

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12 Oct 2003, 18:35

amarsesh

View first unread post 4 red , 5 blue, 6 yellow balls in a bag. Pick 3, whats the  

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13 Oct 2003, 00:10

stolyar

View first unread post 10^25тАУ 7 is divisible by a) 2 b) 3  

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13 Oct 2003, 00:19

Praetorian

View first unread post N from 1-100 inclusive How many #'s such tha n*(n+1)  

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Praetorian

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725

13 Oct 2003, 00:29

Praetorian

View first unread post I draw 2 cards, and announce that i holds at least one King.  

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Praetorian

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572

13 Oct 2003, 00:32

Praetorian

View first unread post For what value of 'n' will the remainder of 351^n and 352^n  

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2409

13 Oct 2003, 00:38

Praetorian

View first unread post 3) There are 12 white balls and 12 black balls that are  

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591

13 Oct 2003, 00:39

stolyar

View first unread post The 7th digit of (202)^3 is 1) 2 2) 4 3) 8 4) 6  

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Praetorian

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3014

13 Oct 2003, 00:52

stolyar

View first unread post N is a positive integer. 36^N and 37^N are divided by 7 with  

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stolyar

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532

13 Oct 2003, 01:01

stolyar

View first unread post PS: probability  

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13 Oct 2003, 03:48

Vicky

View first unread post What is the longest gap that any person will have to wait  

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Praetorian

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714

13 Oct 2003, 05:29

stolyar

View first unread post There are eight pieces of paper with letters A, A, A, N, N,  

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13 Oct 2003, 05:35

stolyar

View first unread post Machine A takes twice as much time as machine B to make N  

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13 Oct 2003, 06:04

stolyar

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