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- Jan 16, 2017

Carpenter A is 20% faster at his work than carpenter B, carpenter B is 20% slower than carpenter C. If all the three work together, then their combined speed would be what percent more than the speed of carpenter A?

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Start following these seven best practices to face the SAT exam with confidence.

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- Jan 15, 2017

If 2/3 of a class having 1/3 boys are good at math and 3/4 of the girls are good at math, what percent of the boys in the class are not good at math?

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- Jan 14, 2017

If 14 glasses equal 6 plates, 3 plates equal 1 spoon, then how many glasses equal 1 spoon?

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- Jan 13, 2017

The price of an article is increased by 20% and then further increased by 25%. What percent should the price now be decreased by to get it back to 20% higher than the original price

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- Jan 13, 2017

Learn the concepts of direct variation and inverse variation with practical examples.

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- Jan 12, 2017

Q: Petrol costs x dollars half a gallon and y dollars per gallon. If a gallon of petrol costs 2 dollars less than 2 half-gallons, which of the following equations must be true?

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- Jan 11, 2017

Pronouns concept is commonly asked in SAT test. Learn key concepts of pronoun in this blog article.

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- Jan 11, 2017

If 3y = x and y = 10 / z, what is the value of z when x=3 ?

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- Jan 10, 2017

There are n fruits in a basket, and 5 of them are apples. If 6 oranges are added to the basket, how many fruits in the basket will not be apples?

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