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Chigumbura hit two consecutive sixes in two successive balls, but got out in the next ball.
What is the average run he scored in each ball he played?
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What is the smallest number that can be represented as the product of two primes? (The
primes need not to be different)
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Sum of two numbers is equal to their LCM. Their GCD is 15, what is their sum?
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In this diagram the big triangle is an equilateral one. Midpoint
of each of the sides are joined with one another to form a
smaller triangle (the black one). What is the area of the black
triangle if the area of the big triangle is 40 square units?

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Kamrul sold a Tiffin box to Sudipto at 10% loss. Sudipto sold that to Russo at a further
loss of 10%. Russo bought the box in 81 taka. What was the original price of that box?

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Urmi drew three diagrams in your exercise book. One is a circle with diameter x, the
second one is a square whose side is of length x and the third one is a square whose
diagonal is of length x. Which of these three has the largest area?
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If you add all the angles of a triangle, the sum will always be
180 degrees. Antu drew a figure that has seven sides (like the
one in the given diagram). This is called a heptagon. What is
the sum of all the angles of this diagram?

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If you pick two coins randomly from a box, the sum will be at least taka 6. That box can
contain coins of taka 1, 2 or 5. What is the total number of taka 1 and 2 coins in that box?
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In the given diagram, a circle is divided in eight sectors. In
these sectors you have to put eight distinct numbers so that
the sum of the numbers in any two consecutive sectors is
divisible by 4. One number is already placed in one of the
sectors. What will be the minimum sum of the numbers
placed in these sectors?
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The product of a number with itself is called its square. For example, 2 multiplied by 2 is
4, so 4 is the square of 2. If you take a square number and multiply it with itself, what will
be the largest possible remainder if the product is divided by 10?

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Ruponti drew three diagrams in your exercise book. One is a circle with diameter x, the
second one is a square whose side is of length x and the third one is a square whose
diagonal is of length x. Which of these three has the largest area?
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Out of two consecutive numbers, the odd one is larger. What will be the remainder if their
sum is divided by 4?
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Sum of two numbers is equal to their LCM. Their GCD is 15, what is their sum?
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t2'
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B is the right angle in the isosceles right triangle ABC. D divides AB at a ratio of 1:3. E
divides BC at a ratio of 2:5. The area of the rectangle whose adjacent sides are
represented by BD and BE is 168. What is the area of ABC?

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BC e n e DE, AD e u m
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In this diagram, ABC is a right triangle. Here,
BC = 2AC = 16, AD||BC, DE
AD. What is the area of the
triangle BDE?
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In the diagram, BC, largest side of triangle ABC is twice
the smallest side, AC and the largest angle is thrice the
smallest angle DE
BC, O is the midpoint of both DE and
BC, BD = BE. What is the area of the triangle BFD if
AC = 1?

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The product of a number with itself is called its square. For example, 2 multiplied by 2 is
4, so 4 is the square of 2. If you take a square number and multiply it with itself, what will
be the largest possible remainder if the product is divided by 10?

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Consider the sequence 50, 51, 52 5k. You have to choose some of these numbers and
their product will be the numerator of a fraction. The product of the remaining numbers
will be the denominator. You want the fraction to be equal to 1. For how many values of k
between 2001 and 2100 (both inclusive) this can be done?
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There are some small stones in a box. Weight of each of the stones is an integer (in units
of gram), weight of two different stones cannot be same. If you use them on one side of a
scale, you can weigh any integer numbered weight upto 2012. What is the weight of the
heaviest stone in that box?
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If a number remains unchanged when reversed, it is called a palindrome. 33, 23432, 191
are examples of palindromes. How many six digit palindromes are there which are
divisible by 8?
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Out of two consecutive numbers, the even one is larger. What will be the remainder if
their sum is divided by 4?
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t2' ABC e   h s1  e e
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t2'
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2k " ABC e !kt/ ?
ABC is an isosceles right angled triangle, B is its right angle. A circle that touches both of
the equal sides has an area of 9
. AB is divided at a ratio of 1:3 at the point of touch.
What is the area of the triangle ABC?
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t2' e BC = 2AC = 16 AD, BC e
n e DE, AD e u m
t2' BDE e !kt/ ?
In this diagram, ABC is a right triangle. Here,
BC = 2AC = 16, AD||BC, DE
AD. What is the area of the
triangle BDE?
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f ( x ) = log | x| x 2 /1
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What is the domain of the function f ( x ) = log | x| x 2 ?
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There are some small stones in a box. Weight of each of the stones is an integer (in units
of gram), weight of two different stones cannot be same. If you use them on one side of a
scale, you can weigh any integer numbered weight upto 2012. What is the weight of the
heaviest stone in that box?
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If a number remains unchanged when reversed, it is called a palindrome. 33, 23432, 191
are examples of palindromes. How many six digit palindromes are there which are
divisible by 8?
ABC e ABC e 
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b
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In ABC, AD bisects ABC and meets BC at D. E is a point on AC so that EC = 1.
AB = 6, BD = 2, CD = 3 and DE = a
, where a and b are integers, b is a prime.
b
Find a + b.
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A number has 18 factors. What is the maximum number of distinct primes that can divide
that number?

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f m : N {0} N {0} d g /1  j
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f m ( km ) = 0
e  ! m e ! 1   !0 4 t J.    f2012 e ! g u  ?
Consider a family of functions f m : N {0} N {0} that follows the relations:
f m (a + b) = f m ( f m (a ) + f m (b))

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f m ( km ) = 0
Here, m is any positive integer apart from 1. Find the number of elements in the range of
the function f2012 .
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t2' u2" i B
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2'd"  e F u2"i 4
n' DE,
BC e u m ABC e !kt/ DEF e 3 g. BDE e
! ?
In the given diagram, both ABC and DBE are right
triangles, B being the right angle for both. They have
hypotenuses of same length. DE is perpendicular on BC.

Area of ABC is

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3 times of DEF. Find the angle BDE.

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If 22nd February is Wednesday and 8th March is Thursday, what is the number of days in
the month February?
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Senjuti drew a circle that is inscribed in two different squares. One of the squares has an
area of 32 square units. What is the difference of the area of those two squares?
f ( x ) = log x | x | /1
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What is the domain of the function f ( x ) = log x | x | ?
4(log 10 a ) + (log 10 b ) = 1 
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Find the maximum possible value of a if 4(log 10 a ) + (log 10 b ) = 1


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A number has 180 factors. What is the maximum number of distinct primes that can
divide that number?
20, 21, 22 2k 4
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e *  m   K 2012  
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Consider the sequence 20, 21, 22 2k. You have to choose some of these numbers and
their product will be the numerator of a fraction. The product of the remaining numbers
will be the denominator. You want the fraction to be equal to 1. What is the 2012th value
of k for which this can be done?
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m  $i 2 ei t

2n
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In the given diagram, a circle is divided in eight sectors. In
these sectors you have to put eight distinct numbers so that the
sum of the numbers in any two consecutive sectors is divisible
by 4. One number is already placed in one of the sectors. In
how many ways can these sectors be filled with different
numbers if the sum of the numbers is to be kept at minimum.
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ABC e ABC e 
dT AD, BC ! D
n' !#  AC e u E e
*
n' !0
EC = 1 AB = 6, BD = 2, CD = 3 e DE = a
, !0 a e b 4 t J.  e b e
b
!-
  a + b e ! ?
In ABC, AD bisects ABC and meets BC at D. E is a point on AC so that EC = 1.
AB = 6, BD = 2, CD = 3 and DE = a
, where a and b are integers, b is a prime.
b
Find a + b.
f m : N {0} N {0} d g /1  j
"  c 0
$ m g ! $f m (a + b) = f m ( f m (a ) + f m (b))
f m ( km ) = 0
e  ! m e ! 1   !0 4 t J.    f2012 e ! g u  ?
Consider a family of functions f m : N {0} N {0} that follows the relations:
f m (a + b) = f m ( f m (a ) + f m (b))

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f m ( km ) = 0
Here, m is any positive integer apart from 1. Find the number of elements in the range of
the function f2012 .
    ABC e DBE d
* .
t2' u2" i B
!.
* . e  a
2'd"  e F u2"i 4
n' DE,
BC e u m ABC e !kt/ DEF e 3 g. BDE e
! ?
In the given diagram, both ABC and DBE are right
triangles, B being the right angle for both. They have
hypotenuses of same length. DE is perpendicular on BC.

Area of ABC is

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3 times of DEF. Find the angle BDE.