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Given digits are 5, 2, 9, 7 The greatest number is obtained by arranging the digits in descending order as shown below Greatest number = 9752 The...
Given Length of the cuboid = 35 cm Breadth of the cuboid = 15 cm Volume of the cuboid = 14175 cm3 We know that,  Volume = Length x...
Let ABCD be a rectangle with AB = 15 cm and BC = 8 cm Diagonal is AC We know that, in a rectangle all the angles are 900 Hence, By Pythagoras...
We have to form a quadratic equation whose root on squaring their roots does not change So, let α, β be the quadratic equation's roots...
Given, Side of square plot = 50 m Radius of a quadrant = 25 m Hence, we can say Area of plot left un-grazed = Area of the plot – 4 x...
1 kilometer = 1000000 millimeter 1 meter = 1000 millimeter 1 centimeter = 10 millimeter Therefore the correct answer is mm, cm, m, km So, the...
Sol: Given: p(x) = 41 - 72x - 18x2 ⇒ p(x) = 41 - 72x - 36x By adding this equal to zero, we get x = −2 Now let's look at the second...
Sol: Given: A:B = 5:6 So, B:C = 4:7 So, From the equation [1] and [2]; Therefore, A:B:C = 10 : 12 : 21. Explore more such...
Given: And Let And From the equation [1] and [2], we get Therefore, the value of y does not exist. Explore more such...
Sol: Perimeter = 32 m. Therefore, The length of a side = = 8m. Diagonal of a rhombus = 10m. As we know; The halves of diagonals and the...
There are four suits in a pack of 52 cards. 13− Heart 13− Diamond 13− Spades 13− Clubs Each suite has one ace, one jack, one king, one...
Sol: Given: L.H.S = Hence it is proved. Explore more such questions and answers at BYJU’S....
y = log(sin 3x) Differentiating with respect to x, we get, Explore more such questions and answers at BYJU'S....
Yes. All squares are parallelograms. This is because the opposite sides of a parallelogram are equal in length; hence squares with all sides...
Sol: Let the maximum volume of the cone that can be carved will be of radius = 0.5 side length of cube. Radius, R = 0.5L = 0.5 * 21 = 10.5 cm...
The given statement is false. All rectangles are parallelograms, but all parallelograms are not rectangles. Explore more such questions and...
Sol: Given: (a-b)2, (a2+b2) and (a+b)2 The common differences, d1 ⇒ (a2 + b2) - (a - b)2 ⇒(a2 + b2) - (a2 + b2 - 2ab) ⇒ a2 + b2 - a2 - b2 +...
The correct answer is (D) 23857. 23857 is a prime number and not a perfect square. (A) 11025 = 105 * 105. It is a perfect square. (B) 16384 =...
The circumference of the base of a hemisphere = 2π Therefore, 2πr = 2π r = 1 Its volume = Explore more such questions and answers...

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