# The number of divisors of 2700 including 1 and 2700 equals

1.  12

2.  16

3.  36

4.  18

4

36

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# The number of distinct positive integers that can be formed using 0, 1, 2, 4, where each integer is used at the most once is equal to

1.  48

2.  84

3.  64

4.  36

4

48

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# Let x1, x2, ..., be positive integers in A.P. such that x1 + x2 + x3 = 12 and x4 + x6 = 14. Then x5 is

1.  7

2.  1

3.  4

4.  None of these

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7

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# Two men set out at the same time to walk towards each other from points A and B, 72 km apart. The first man walks at the constant rate of 4 km/hr. The second man walks 2 km the first hour, 2 1/2 the second hour, 3 km the third hour and so on. Then the men will meet

1.  in 7 hours

2.  nearer A than B

3.  nearer B than A

4.  Midway between A and B

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Midway between A and B

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# A car goes 10 metres in a second. Find its speed in km/hour

1.  40

2.  32

3.  48

4.  36

4

36

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# A man can reach a certain place in 30 hours. If he reduces his speed by 1/15 th, he goes 10 km less in that time. Find his speed per hour

1.  6 km/hr

2.  5 1/2 km/hr

3.  4 km/hr

4.  5 km/hr

4

5 km/hr

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# A 120 m long train takes 10 seconds to cross a man standing on a platform. What is the speed of the train

1.  12 m/sec

2.  10 m/sec

3.  15 m/sec

4.  20 m/sec

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12 m/sec

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# A train passes a man standing on a platform in 8 seconds and also crosses the platform which is 264 metres long in 20 seconds. The length of the train (in metres) is

1.  188

2.  176

3.  175

4.  96

4

176

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# If cost price is Rs 80, overhead is Rs 20 and selling price is Rs 120, then the profit per cent is

1.  20%

2.  50%

3.  40%

4.  30%

4

20\%

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1.  120%

2.  160%

3.  40%

4.  60%

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