co+2fe=

find the hcf and lcm of the polynomial

4x2 - 36, 2x2 - 12x +18 and 2x2 + x -21

A frog is there in the well which is 24 m deep.The frog wants to jump out of the well.Everytime he jumps 2/3 m and falls back by 1/4 m.In how many jumps will he come out of the well.? please reply soon!!!!!!

Half of the no. of boys class 8th B went to the football ground to play. one fourth of the numbers of boys went to the library to take books remaining 10 boys went to the 3rd language room find the no. of boys of class 8th B?

2^{x }+ 2^{x }+ 2^{x }= 192. Find the value of x.

Solution:

2^{x }(1+1+1) = 192

2^{x }(3)=192

2^{x }= 64

2^{x }=2^{6}

x=6.

Is there any other method to solve the above problem?

Which of the following are perfect squares?

(3364,4489,4358)

co+2fe=

find the hcf and lcm of the polynomial

4x2 - 36, 2x2 - 12x +18 and 2x2 + x -21

A frog is there in the well which is 24 m deep.The frog wants to jump out of the well.Everytime he jumps 2/3 m and falls back by 1/4 m.In how many jumps will he come out of the well.? please reply soon!!!!!!

Half of the no. of boys class 8th B went to the football ground to play. one fourth of the numbers of boys went to the library to take books remaining 10 boys went to the 3rd language room find the no. of boys of class 8th B?

Lemon, raspberry, orange and grapes

There are twice as many lemon as raspberry candies. The orange flavoured candy count is one less than the raspberry count. And there are 6 less grape candy than lemon candy. How many candies are there in the box?

Aman and Raman are playing the integers card game. The cards in their hands are shown below - Aman's hand [4] [3] [9] [-12] Raman's hand [-2] [3] [1] [2].

Q.1 What are the scores in each of their hands? Aman________ Raman_________

Q.2?Suman says that if Aman and Raman both take away 3's , Amam's score will be higher than Raman.

?Naseem argues and days that Aman's and Raman's score will be equal.

Who is right?

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^{x }+ 2^{x }+ 2^{x }= 192. Find the value of x.Solution:

2

^{x }(1+1+1) = 1922

^{x }(3)=1922

^{x }= 642

^{x }=2^{6}x=6.

Is there any other method to solve the above problem?

Q.3 What should be added to -7/9 so as to get -8 ?

Which of the following are perfect squares?

(3364,4489,4358)