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Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 30/4/18
The below question has not been asked before. This is the first time I am asking this. Therefore, don't say that I have asked this before.
Question:
Q. Evaluate the value for the below expression:
$2016\left[\frac{1}{1\times 2}+\frac{1}{2\times 3}+\frac{1}{3\times 4}+...........+\frac{1}{2015\times 2016}\right]=$
___________
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Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 23/4/18
Answer the following:
Q.1.
Find counter-examples to disprove the following statements:
(i) If the corresponding angles in two triangles are equal, then the triangles are congruent.
(ii)
$2{n}^{2}+11$
is a prime for all whole numbers n.
(iii)
${n}^{2}-n+41$
is a prime for all positive integers n.
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Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 22/4/18
Prove that "
The product of any three consecutive even natural numbers is divisible by 16. "
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Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 22/4/18
Solve this :
Q. State whether the following statements are true or false. Give proof for your answers.
(i) For any real number x, x
^{2}
$\ge $
0.
(ii) The sum of two even numbers is even.
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1
Damaraju Venkata Nagendra
Subject: Maths
, asked on 23/3/18
What is notation ????
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Damaraju Venkata Nagendra
Subject: Maths
, asked on 23/3/18
What is numeration???
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1
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 11/3/18
Please solve in a diagrammed manner:
$FindthevalueofA,BandCin:\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}8A\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}+8B\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}CB3\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$
Answer
1
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 9/3/18
(Q) While writing the amount in the Bank cheque for withdrawal , Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits.
Answer
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Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 9/3/18
Lovina Kansal ma'am (Meritnation Expert), Ma'am you provided the solution to the below question of mine, but as per the question ... the solution was not at all matching with the conditions of the question. You may try to match
your solution that you provided to my question before 15 minutes
with
the below question.
So, please be specific while giving the solution. Now, please answer and provide the solution correctly.
Please solve the below question as soon as possible .. Please Don't say that it is not of our syllabus ... I know that experts can solve this using simple understanding language too:
QUESTION:-
Q) While writing the amount in the Bank Cheque for withdrawal, Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits. While he was coming back from the bank after withdrawing, he bought a 5 rupees
packet with those withdrawn money.
Then ..
after that
, He saw and realised that "
the withdrawal money that was left after buying the packet
" """
is double of the actual money or formal money that he should write
in the cheque""".
. Now question is that, how much money did he withdraw?
{Remember: The number of digit in the amount/money is not mentioned yet, so it can be of 4 digits or more than that also}
Answer
1
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 8/3/18
Experts,
Meritnation
Sorry, I had asked the similar question to the below before too .. But, there was a slight mistake with the question's conditions in understanding. So, Please I request the experts to answer the following again:::
Please solve the below question as soon as possible ..
Please Don't say that it is not of our syllabus ... I know that experts can solve this using simple understanding language too:
QUESTION:-
Q) While writing the amount in the Bank Cheque for withdrawal, Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits. While he was coming back from the bank after withdrawing, he bought a 5 rupees
packet with those withdrawn money
.
Then ..
after that
, He saw and realised that "
the withdrawal money that was left after buying the packet
" """
is double of the actual money or formal money that he
should write
in the cheque""".
. Now question is that, how much money did he withdraw?
{Remember: The number of digit in the amount/money is not mentioned yet, so it can be of 4 digits or more than that also}
Answer
1
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 8/3/18
Sanjari Kalantri ma'am, You be remembering that you had answered one of my questions before some time. I have a doubt with the same.
The doubt is: How were you able to identify the value of a , b, c, d of the number in your solution.
Answer
2
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 8/3/18
I had asked one of the question in Maths today which was answered by Sanjari Kalantri ma'am. But, As per the condition of the question... the answer was not at all matching.
I have given another picture with the recheckment for the solution given.
Please recheck.
Answer
1
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 8/3/18
Sanjari Kalantari ma'am, I think that the solution you provided me before some time ,is incomplete... So, please recheck ... The solution is not providing a final value or answer. Please re solve.
Answer
1
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 8/3/18
As suggested by Sandeep Saurav sir, I am asking the below question again.
Please solve the below question as soon as possible... Please Don't say that it is not of our syllabus... I know that experts can solve this using simple understanding language too:
Q) While writing the amount in the Bank Cheque for withdrawal, Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits. While he was coming back from the bank after withdrawing, he bought a 5 rupees packet with those withdrawn money. Then.... after that, He saw and realised that whatever money {(actual/formal money amount that he should write in the cheque)}, now that is double of that. Now question is that, how much money did he withdraw?
{Remember: The number of digit in the amount/money is not mentioned yet, so it can be of 4 digits or more than that also}
Answer
2
Santanu Sahoo
Subject: Maths
, asked on 8/3/18
This year on 28
^{th}
January 2018, I had attended the JMO {Junior Mathematic Olympiad}.
In that olympiad, I had to face the following question. But, I find it difficult to solve. So please solve that question. {Please don't say that this is not of my syllabus.
Q.7. In the mathematics Olympiad Examination small silver stars were awarded to some top distinct scorers. All stars are of same weight. One gets the number of stars which is half the number of the stars with his or her predecessor. The lowest ranker got 1 star and the topper got 850 gm of silver. If one star was kept in the Institute as sample then what weight of silver was used in making all the stars.
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Question:Q. Evaluate the value for the below expression:

$2016\left[\frac{1}{1\times 2}+\frac{1}{2\times 3}+\frac{1}{3\times 4}+...........+\frac{1}{2015\times 2016}\right]=$___________

Answer the following:Find counter-examples to disprove the following statements:Q.1.

(i) If the corresponding angles in two triangles are equal, then the triangles are congruent.

(ii) $2{n}^{2}+11$ is a prime for all whole numbers n.

(iii) ${n}^{2}-n+41$ is a prime for all positive integers n.

Prove that "The product of any three consecutive even natural numbers is divisible by 16. "Solve this :Q. State whether the following statements are true or false. Give proof for your answers.

(i) For any real number x, x

^{2}$\ge $0.(ii) The sum of two even numbers is even.

Please solve in a diagrammed manner:

$FindthevalueofA,BandCin:\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}8A\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}+8B\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}CB3\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$

Lovina Kansal ma'am (Meritnation Expert), Ma'am you provided the solution to the below question of mine, but as per the question ... the solution was not at all matching with the conditions of the question. You may try to match

your solution that you provided to my question before 15 minuteswiththe below question.So, please be specific while giving the solution. Now, please answer and provide the solution correctly.

Please solve the below question as soon as possible .. Please Don't say that it is not of our syllabus ... I know that experts can solve this using simple understanding language too:

QUESTION:-Q) While writing the amount in the Bank Cheque for withdrawal, Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits. While he was coming back from the bank after withdrawing, he bought a 5 rupees

packet with those withdrawn money.Then ..after that, He saw and realised that "the withdrawal money that was left after buying the packet" """is double of the actual money or formal money that he should write. Now question is that, how much money did he withdraw?in the cheque""".

{Remember: The number of digit in the amount/money is not mentioned yet, so it can be of 4 digits or more than that also}

Meritnation

Sorry, I had asked the similar question to the below before too .. But, there was a slight mistake with the question's conditions in understanding. So, Please I request the experts to answer the following again:::

Please solve the below question as soon as possible ..

Please Don't say that it is not of our syllabus ... I know that experts can solve this using simple understanding language too:QUESTION:-Q) While writing the amount in the Bank Cheque for withdrawal, Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits. While he was coming back from the bank after withdrawing, he bought a 5 rupees

packet with those withdrawn money.Then ..after that, He saw and realised that "the withdrawal money that was left after buying the packet" """is double of the actual money or formal money that heshould write. Now question is that, how much money did he withdraw?in the cheque""".{Remember: The number of digit in the amount/money is not mentioned yet, so it can be of 4 digits or more than that also}

The doubt is: How were you able to identify the value of a , b, c, d of the number in your solution.

I have given another picture with the recheckment for the solution given.Please recheck.

Please solve the below question as soon as possible... Please Don't say that it is not of our syllabus... I know that experts can solve this using simple understanding language too:

Q) While writing the amount in the Bank Cheque for withdrawal, Ryan by mistake wrote the last two digits in place of the first two digits and first two digits in place of last two digits. While he was coming back from the bank after withdrawing, he bought a 5 rupees packet with those withdrawn money. Then.... after that, He saw and realised that whatever money {(actual/formal money amount that he should write in the cheque)}, now that is double of that. Now question is that, how much money did he withdraw?

{Remember: The number of digit in the amount/money is not mentioned yet, so it can be of 4 digits or more than that also}

^{th}January 2018, I had attended the JMO {Junior Mathematic Olympiad}.In that olympiad, I had to face the following question. But, I find it difficult to solve. So please solve that question. {Please don't say that this is not of my syllabus.

Q.7. In the mathematics Olympiad Examination small silver stars were awarded to some top distinct scorers. All stars are of same weight. One gets the number of stars which is half the number of the stars with his or her predecessor. The lowest ranker got 1 star and the topper got 850 gm of silver. If one star was kept in the Institute as sample then what weight of silver was used in making all the stars.