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What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? 11.7589 ? ? = 3434 (a)3721 (b)4155 (c)3246 (d)11023 (e)None of these BSRB 7
Submit Answer Users Answer (48) BrainVista Answer Puzzle A Friend Add to Favourite Back to Search Result Hello sajeesh murali ? my Answers ? my Favourites ? Modify Personal Info ? Subscribe ? Logout ? Jigsaw Puzzle ? Join the Dots ? Marbles Game ? Balls Game ? Towers of Hanoi ? Think Number ? Find A Day Brain Teaser No Three Gold (G) coins, three Silver (S) coins and three Copper (C) coins are arranged in a single row as follow: G S C G S C G S C ? Only 2 adjacent unlike coins can be moved at any one time. ? The moved coins must be in contact with at least one other coin in line. i.e. no pair of coins is to be moved and placed away from the remaining ones. ? No coin pairs can be reversed i.e. a S-C combination must remain in that order in its new positionwhen it is moved. What is the minimum number of moves required to get all the coins in following order? C C C S S S G G G Show all moves.   1
All of the students at a college are majoring in psychology, business, or both. 73% of the students are psychology majors, & 62% are business majors. If there are 200 students, how many of them are majoring in both psychology & business?   5
1,5,7,40,15,_? next no no arithmetic simple logic... Suzuki 3
Among 12 identical looking golf balls there is one that is defective in weight. It is either heavier or lighter than the standard one. You have a balance. You can only weigh 3 times to find out which one is defective and whether it is heavier or lighter.   5
name the cities which consist of a fruit name in its starting?   5
what makes a road as abroad?   10
There is a shortage of tubelights, bulbs and fans in a village - Kharghar. It is found that ?All houses do not have either tubelight or bulb or fan. ?exactly 19% of houses do not have just one of these. ?atleast 67% of houses do not have tubelights. ?atleast 83% of houses do not have bulbs. ?atleast 73% of houses do not have fans. What percentage of houses do not have tubelight, bulb and fan?   1
In the following multiplication, certain digits have been replaced with asterisks (*). Replace all the asterisks such that the problem holds the result.   2
A Newyorker stays in 36th floor. Daily he goes to his office by walk and returns. While raining, he takes the lift goes to lobby and reaches by walk to his office. In the evening he returns to the building, takes the lift and reaches his apartment on 36th Floor. When it is summer, he takes the lift, goes to lobby and reaches his office by walking. In the evening, he returns home, takes the lift goes to 30th floor and climbs all the six floors by stair case and reaches his apratment. Why?   3
5. There are e 3 jars of diferent sizes. one jar holds 8 liters of milk, the other 2 jars of 5 liters and 3 liters are empty. there is no measuring level or marks in all the jars. Jugle between these 3 jars and get 2 jars containing 4 liters each at the end.   7
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
 
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