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Difficult Algebra Question - 11

Q11.

The number of gift pack bought by Dexter is one more than the price, in rupees, of each gift pack. The amount of Rs 380 which Dexter had, fell short of the required amount. What is the amount by which he might have fallen short.

A.

20

B.

40

C.

21

D.

10

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Difficult Algebra Question - 12

Q12.

In a group, each person has at most two $A$. No person has less than three $C$. Considering all the persons in the group there are more $A$ than $G$, more $G$ than $B$ and more $B$ than persons. Find the minimum number of persons in the groups?

A.

4

B.

5

C.

3

D.

2

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Difficult Algebra Question - 13

Q13.

Kartik's mother asked him to get the vegetables, milk and butter from the market and gave him the money in the denominator of 1 Rupee, 2 Rupee and 5 Rupee coins. Kartik first goes to the grocery shop to buy vegetables. At the grocery shop he gives half of his 5 Rupee coins in return receives the same number of 1 Rupee coins. Next he goes to the dairy shop to buy milk and butter and gives all 2 Rupee coins and in return get thirty 5 Rupee coins, which increase the number of five rupee coins by $75%$ more than the original number. If the number of 1 rupee coins now is 50, the number of 1 rupee and 5 rupee coins originally were:

A.

10,  60

B.

10,  70

C.

10, 80

D.

None of these

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