X

Available for CBSE, ICSE and State Board syllabus.

Call our LearnNext Expert on 1800 419 1234 (tollfree)

OR submit details below for a call back

Asked by Nilabhro

Sep 29, 2013

IF X + 1/X=3 THEN X^{4 }+ X^{4}= ?

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Asked by Harish Uthaya kumar

May 5, 2014

ax+by=c and ay+bx=c+1 find the value of x and y

Given equations are ax+by = c --------------(1) and ay+bx = c+1 --------------(2)

multiply equation (1) by 'b' and equation (2) by 'a' we g...

multiply equation (1) by 'b' and equation (2) by 'a' we g...

Asked by Shreyash

Dec 24, 2013

Heena has only Rs2 and Rs5 coins in her purse. If in all she has 80 coins in her purse amounting to Rs232, Find the number of Rs5 coins.

Answer.

Given total number of coins = 80

Let the number of Rs 2 coins be x

Therefore number of Rs 5 coins = (80 â€“ x)

Total amount in the purse = R...

Asked by Jiya

Jan 17, 2014

mensuration

Answer.

volume of wood=84*75*64

=403200cm3

dimensions of inner wood because to cal...

Asked by Mihir Sharma

Dec 16, 2012

A cuboidal tank has a length of 30cm, a breadth of 20cm and a height of 20cm.The tank is placed on a horizontal table and it is three-quarters full of water. Find the area of the tank which is in contact with water.

Answer.

Height of tank in contact with water=3/4*20=15cm

Area of four walls of tank in contact with water=2(l b)*h=2(30 20)*15=2*50*15=1500 sq...

Height of tank in contact with water=3/4*20=15cm

Area of four walls of tank in contact with water=2(l b)*h=2(30 20)*15=2*50*15=1500 sq...

Asked by Shreyash

Dec 23, 2013

A purse contains Rs550 in notes of denominations of Rs10 and Rs50. If the number of Rs50 notes is Rs1 less than that of Rs10 notes,then find the number of Rs50 notes?

let,no.of Rs10 note be X so,no. of Rs50 note=X-1 value of 10RS note=X*10=10X value of Rs50 note=50(X-1)=50X-50 so, 10X+50X-50=550 60X-50=550 60X=550+50 60X=600 x=600/60=10 no of Rs10 note=10 so no of Rs...

Asked by Sakshi mahesh

Jan 26, 2015

convert 10m/s into km/h

36km/h

Asked by Anita

Feb 24, 2014

where the sets and venn diagrams are useful in real life and please mention some which are relevant to my class 7th icsc syllabus

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Asked by Aniruddha Chatterjee

Jul 20, 2013

Four ribbons measuring 14m, 18m, 22m and 26m respectively are to be cut into pieces of equal length.

i) Find what least number of pieces that can be obtained.

ii) What is the length of each piece?

i) Find what least number of pieces that can be obtained.

ii) What is the length of each piece?

12

Asked by Arijeet Mukhopadhyay

May 13, 2015

What are alpha, beta and gamma?

Alpha, beta and gamma are the Greek letters used in mathematics to denote the constant values such as the roots of polynomials.