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Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Bharat Gupta
An engineer by degree Mathematician by Heart. Having 23 years of teaching experience. 10% discount code BHARAT_GUPTA

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sir could you please come with videos on youtube for simcat analysis for quant, simcat has just started , can you explain questions there for quant, nobody has ever rolled out a series for mock explanations for quant. youtube will be safe as videos can be accessed multiple times. just a suggestion sir. your techniques are brilliant
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  2. The savings of Amit are 30% of his earnings, while the savings of Ranjit are 200% of the savings of Amit. The combined earnings of Amit and Ranjit as a percentage of Amit's earning cannot be a. 170% b. 165% c. 150% d. 180% A and B have written an entrance exam and scored 55 marks and 85 marks respectively. Every question answered correctly fetches one mark but the negative marks per wrong answers for the first twenty question is different from the remaining wrong answer. A and B attempted 160 and 150 questions respectively. If A and B correctly answered 50% and 66 % of the questions that they attempted respectively, find the negative mark for each wrong answer beyond the first twenty wrong answers.? a. 1/2 b. 1/3 c. 1/4 d. 2/3 Pause the video, Note these questions Solve it, Watch its video solution


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  7. The savings of Amit are 30% of his earnings, while the savings of Ranjit are 200% of the savings of Amit. The combined earnings of Amit and Ranjit as a percentage of Amit's earning cannot be a. 170% b. 165% c. 150% d. 180%


  8. The savings of Amit are 30% of his earnings, while the savings of Ranjit are 200% of the savings of Amit. The combined earnings of Amit and Ranjit as a percentage of Amit's earning cannot be a. 170% b. 165% c. 150% d. 180% 2 Savimr IOD


  9. The savings of Amit are 30% of his earnings, while the savings of Ranjit are 200% of the savings of Amit. The combined earnings of Amit and Ranjit as a percentage of Amit's earning cannot be a. 170% b. 165% c. 150% d. 180% 2 Savimr IOD 60


  10. The savings of Amit are 30% of his earnings, while the savings of Ranjit are 200% of the savings of Amit. The combined earnings of Amit and Ranjit as a percentage of Amit's earning cannot be a. 170% b. 165% c. 150% d. 180% 2 Savimr IOD 60


  11. A and B have written an entrance exam and scored 55 marks and 85 marks respectively. Every question answered correctly fetches one mark but the negative marks per wrong answers for the first twenty question is different from the remaining wrong answer. A and B attempted 160 and 150 questions respectively. If A and B correctly answered 50% and 66 % of the questions that they attempted respectively, find the negative mark for each wrong answer beyond the first twenty wrong answers.? a. 1/2 b. 1/3 c. 1/4 d. 2/3


  12. A and B have written an entrance exam and scored 55 marks and 85 marks respectively. Every question answered correctly fetches one mark but the negative marks per wrong answers for the first twenty question is different from the remaining wrong answer. A and B attempted 160 and 150 questions respectively. If A and B correctly answered 50% and 66 % of the questions that they attempted respectively, find the negative mark for each wrong answer beyond the first twenty wrong answers.? a. 1/2 b. 1/3 c. 1/4 d. 2/3 A (160) | 20 Bo


  13. A and B have written an entrance exam and scored 55 marks and 85 marks respectively. Every question answered correctly fetches one mark but the negative marks per wrong answers for the first twenty question is different from the remaining wrong answer. A and B attempted 160 and 150 questions respectively. If A and B correctly answered 50% and 66 % of the questions that they attempted respectively, find the negative mark for each wrong answer beyond the first twenty a. 1/2 wrong answers. b. 1/3 c. 1/4 d. 2/3 Tohw mals ro W A (160) | 20 &


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