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 If we have ‘a’ and ‘b’ as the natural numbers, then which of the following properties represent commutative property of addition of the natural numbers?
 a + b = a + 0
 a + b = c
 a + b = b + a
 None of these
 If we have ‘a’ and ‘b’ as the natural numbers, then which of the following given statements represent commutative property of the natural numbers?
 The sum of ‘a’ and ‘b’ remain same if the order is changed
 The sum of a and b is always zero
 The sum of a and b cannot be zero
 None of these
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 Solve the monomial 20 x^{2} y^{3} / 5 x^{2} y^{2}?
 3xy
 5 x^{3} y
 4y
 6x^{2} y
 Solve the expression 15x^{5} y^{5} / 3x^{3} y^{3}?
 4x^{2} y
 3x^{5} y^{4}
 5x^{2} y^{2}
 2x^{3} y^{2}
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 Solve a = b h for ‘b’. Here the given values of ‘a’ and ‘h’ are 10 and 2?
 Solve the expression P = 2 q + 2 w and find the value of ‘w’?
 w =  (P + 2 q) / 2
 w =  (P – 2 q) / 2
 w = (P – 2 q) / 2
 w = (P + 2 q) / 2
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 Solve the inequality given below: 2y + 3 ≥ 4y – 15?
 Solve the inequality given as x/3 – 5/2 ≤ – 15?
 x ∈ [ ∞,  105)
 x ∈ ( ∞,  105]
 x ∈ [105, ∞)
 None of the above
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 What will be the next number in the series 2, 4, 6, 8, 10?
 What will be the next number to complete the given pattern of numbers: 3, 9, 27, 81?
 15
 243
 24.3
 None of these
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 Find the addition of the following integers:
6 + 4 =?
79 + 21 =?
119 + 21 =?
 10, 100, 140
 12, 90, 140
 15, 120, 150
 10, 120, 140
 Find the addition of the following:
82 + (22) = ?
55 + 35 = ?
10 + (5) = ?
 60, 90, 5
 50, 80, 10
 70, 60, 5
 60, 80, 10
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 Calculate the value the of the y for the equation y + 3 = 4y – 5?
 Find the value of k in the following equation:
7(52k – 2) = (9k + 7) ÷ 4?
 845/23
 147/61
 63/1447
 None of the above
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 Multiply the polynomials 6k (2k + 3)?
 2k^{2 }+ 6k
 3k^{2} + 7k
 6k^{2} + 3k
 12k^{2 }+ 18k
 Multiply the polynomials 2a (2a  3)?
 3a^{2 }+ 6a
 4a^{2}  6a
 7a^{2} + 3a
 3a^{2 }+ 8a
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 Add the given polynomials (x + 2y) + (x + y)?
 2x + 3y
 2x  3y
 2x + 3y
 x + 3y
 Add the given polynomials (x  y) + (2x  y)?
 3x  2y
 3x  2y
 3x + 2y
 x  2y
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 Find the negative scientific notation of given number 0.0025?
 2.5 x 10^{3}
 2.5 x 10^{1}
 2.5 x 10^{2}
 2.5 x 10^{4}
 Find the negative scientific notation of given number 0.00015?
 1.5 x 10^{3}
 1.5 x 10^{1}
 1.5 x 10^{2}
 1.5 x 10^{4}
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 Find the multiplication of two numbers where two numbers are (x + 4) and (x + 4) using special product?
 x^{2} + 16 + x
 x^{2} + 6 + 8x
 x^{2} + 16  8x
 x^{2} + 16 + 8x
 Find the multiplication of two numbers where two numbers are (2x + 4) and (2x  4) using special product?
 4x^{2 –} 16
 4x^{2 –} 6
 x^{2 –} 16
 4x^{2} + 16
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 Which of the following number is called the additive identity?
 1 (one)
 0 (zero)
 Infinite
 Which of the following number is called the multiplicative identity?
 1(one)
 0(zero)
 Infinite
 None of these
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 Factor the trinomial given expression z^{2} + 2z + 1?
 (z  1)^{2}
 (z + 1)^{2}
 (z + 2)^{2}
 (z  2)^{2}
 Factor the trinomial z^{2}  2z + 1?
 (z  2)^{2}
 (z + 2)^{2}
 (z + 1)^{2}
 (z  1)^{2}
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 If a card is drawn from a deck of 52 cards and we have to find the probability of choosing a king card and then a black card if the card is replaced by another card?
 If a card is chosen from a stranded deck of 52 cards. Without replacing the given card, another card is chosen. Now our task is to find the probability that the card is a black card and then a red card?
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 Calculate the mean high temperature for a week in a city if the high temperatures recorded for the seven days were as follows: 30^{o}, 31^{o}, 29^{o}, 33^{o}, 33^{o}, 30^{o}, 28^{o}?
 31.56^{o}
 30.57^{o}
 29.53^{o}
 30.21^{o}
 Calculate the median high temperature for a week in a city if the high temperatures recorded for the seven days were as follows: 30^{o}, 31^{o}, 29^{o}, 33^{o}, 33^{o}, 30^{o}, 28^{o}?
 31^{o}
 33^{o}
 29^{o}
 30^{o}
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Evaluate the limit lim_{x→3}[x+5], using the subtraction law?

Find the value of given function lim_{x→0}[1+4x], using the subtraction law?
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 If we have 10x + 3y = 75 and 6x – 5y = 11 as the pair of linear equations, then the solution for the given pair of the equations is?
 x =3, y = 6
 x = 6, y = 5
 x = 2, y = 0
 None of these is the correct solution.
 Which of the following is not the condition of getting the solution for the linear equations. If the set of equations are?
 Consistent
 Inconsistent
 Infinite solutions
 Unique solution for the equations
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 If a number ‘x’ is chosen at random from the numbers 2, 1, 0, 1, 2 then what would be the probability that x^{2} would be less than two that is x^{2} < 2?
 A container contains 24 marbles in which some marbles are green and other marbles are blue. If a marble is drawn at random from the jar then the probability of coming out a green marble is 2 / 3. Then find out the number of blue marbles in the container?
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 Find the probability of getting a queen, if a card is drawn from a pack of 52 cards?
 Find the probability of getting a Tuesday from a month which starts from Sunday and consist of 30 days?
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 If we have the linear equation 2x  5 = 15, then the value of ‘x’ will be?
 If we have 2x + y = 10 and x – y = 10, then we eliminate ‘y’ from the set of equations by what?
 Adding two equations
 Finding the difference
 Dividing one equation by another
 None of these
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 Tom bought 3 bundles of candles. In each bundle there were 15 candles. From which he gave 1 bundle to his friend Nick. So which statement in all is true?
 15 – 3 = x
 3x = 15
 (3 * 15) – 15 = x
 x – 15 = 3
 Jerry had 22 marbles her friend Sally gave him some more marbles. Jerry then had total 38 marbles .Write an expression that shows how many marbles Jerry had?
 22 + 40 = 62
 22 + x = 38
 x + 35 = 21
 38 – x = 22
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 Find the area of region bounded parametrically, when first polar curve f (ѳ) = sin ѳ and other polar curve is g(ѳ) = cos ѳ, and these curve s lie between [π/2, π/2]?
 Find the area of region bounded by parametrically where one polar curve is f (ѳ) = 2cos ѳ and other polar curve is g (ѳ) = sin^{2}ѳ, and these curve s are lie between [π/2, π/2] interval?
 (π + 8)/2
 (π  8)/2
 (π  8)
 0
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 A car starts moving straight with 50 miles/hr speed from Sydney and reach Melbourne in 120 minutes, then find out the distance traveled by car?
 100 miles
 120 miles
 125 miles
 123 miles
 A train starts from station ‘A’ at 9.00 am and reaches station ‘B’ at 01.00 pm. If the speed of the train is 50miles/hr, then find the distance between ‘A’ and ‘B’?
 250 miles
 225 miles
 200 miles
 210 miles
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 Which of the following is the correct answer for the given expression X = 35 * 10^4 miles?
 35104 miles
 35.104 miles
 350000 miles
 None of the above
 Which of the following is the correct answer for the given expression: X = 125 * 10^2?
 125 100
 1252
 1.25
 None of these is correct
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 What is the solution for the expression 2^{3} among the given answers?
 6
 9
 8
 None of these is the correct answer
 Which of the value is correct for 4^{2} among the following given options?
 6
 16
 8
 None of these are correct options
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