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Two planes take off at the same exact moment. They are flying across the Atlantic. One leaves New York and is flying to Paris at 500 miles per hour. The other leaves Paris and is flying to New York at only 450 miles per hour ( because of a strong head wind ). Which one will be closer to Paris when they meet?   17
In a kingdom far far away, the King decided that the time has come to find a husband for his princess daughter. The King wanted to find a worthy lad for his princess, so he promised to give his daughter away to the first young (or old) man who would solve the puzzle that has stumped the best of his court mathematicians for years. The puzzle is very simple: in a palace, there are 25 rooms arranged in a square--5 rows of rooms with 5 rooms in each row. In every room there is a light switch which not only switches on/off the light in that room, but also switches the lights in the adjacent rooms--the room to the right, to the left, the room above and the room below. Initially, all of the lights are turned off. The goal is to turn the lights on in every room of the palace. Adobe 22
There are numbers from 1 to n, which are inverted such that it results in numbers from n to 1. If only two consecutive numbers are stampled at a time and are inverted, how many moves are required? Persistent 4
Which figure should be placed in the empty triangle? 6 7 7 6 8 6 6 ? 2 2 5 3 4 2 5 3 Capita 11
What is the remainder left after dividing 1! + 2! + 3! + ? + 100! By 7? Ignou 3
A thief steals half the total no of loaves of bread plus 1/2 loaf from a bakery. A second thief steals half the remaining no of loaves plus 1/2 loaf and so on. After the 5th thief has stolen there are no more loaves left in the bakery. What was the total no of loaves did the bakery have at the beginning L&T 4
Please send SBI Model exam question Paper for Clerical exam sir   2
ek cricket match chal raha he jitne ke liye 7 ball me 3 runs lag rahe he. dono batsman ke runs he 94and 94. 3 balls me se koi bhi whide,extra, noball nahi gira.fir bhi dono batsman ne centuri puri ki.aur teem match jeet gayi. to dono batsman ne apni centuri puri ki kese?   8
You have a sheet cake. There is a rectangular piece missing from the inside of the sheet cake. The location of the missing piece is arbitrary. I was told I could assume I had the means to make the cuts. How do you divide the sheet cake into 2 even proportions with 2 cuts? Google 13
A big cube painted with yellow colour in all sides. if you cut it into 1000 cubes with same dimension. than how many cubes were without painted anyside. explain it? eClerx 9
At the Party: 1. There were 9 men and children. 2. There were 2 more women than children. 3. The number of different man-woman couples possible was 24. Note that if there were 7 men and 5 women, then there would have been 35 man-woman couples possible. Also, of the three groups - men, women and children - at the party: 4. There were 4 of one group. 5. There were 6 of one group. 6. There were 8 of one group. Exactly one of the above 6 statements is false. Can you tell which one is false? Also, how many men, women and children are there at the party?   2
There are 3 friends X,Y,Z having some chocolates each. X Gives Y and Z as many chocolates as they already have. After some days Y gives X and Z as many chocolates as they have. After some days Z gives X and Y as many chocolates as they have. Finally each has 24 chocolates. What is the original No. of chocolates each had in the beginning? TCS 6
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