AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key – Candidates can now check AFCAT 2018 Answer Key from this page. Indian Air Force (IAF) conducted AFCAT 02/2018 on August 18, and is also conducted the exam, on August 19, 2018. It held in two shifts, which will begin from 8:00 am and 13:00 pm, respectively. For now, the available AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key is memory based. The Indian Air Forces does not release the Answer Key for AFCAT 2 2018. But with the cooperation of the candidates, we have released the Memory Based AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key. If any case IAF will release the AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key, we will update the page accordingly.  Also, we will provide the link to check the AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key on this page. So be a regular user of this page for more information regarding AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key. 

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AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key

This is the second time when IAF is conducting the test online. The candidates can check the AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key for the first shift of August 18, 2018 exam and answer key of August 19, 2018. The candidates are able to check the AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key of August 19, 2018. More dates for AFCAT 2018 Answer Key are as follows

AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key Important Dates
Conduction of the AFCAT 2 Exam on 18  & 19 Aug 2018
Releasing of AFCAT Answer Key (Memory Based) 18  & 19 Aug 2018

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AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key Held on August 19, 2018

The answer key for AFCAT 2018 is available.

AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key Held on August 18, 2018

As the exam gets over some of the candidates who appeared in the exam shared some of the questions with us. Thus we are present them here.

Numerical Ability:

  1. (256)^0.16*(16)^0.18
  2. 0.0081+0.0064
  3. A shopkeeper sells two products at 1200 each. On one he gets 20% profit and on other he lost 20%. Find his profit/loss percentage?
  4. Difference between compound interest and simple interest is given, find the sum of both?

General Awareness:

Q: Where is Indira Point?
A:
Nicobar

Q: Long Jump record of Mike Powel?
A: 
8.95 meters (29 ft 4 14 in) 

Q: When Goa Became part of India?
A:
December 19, 1961

Q: Southern Part of India?
A:
Indira Point

Q: Number of timeouts in Volleyball?
A: A team can take maximum 2 timeouts.

Q: Indian hockey captain in 1928
A: Jaipal Singh Munda

Q: What is biome?
A: A large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.g. forest or tundra.

Q: Mike Powell long jump record in meters?
A: Mike Powell 8.95 m (29 ft 4 14 in) (1991)

Q: First ever women PM in the world?
A: Sirimavo Bandaranaike became the first women PM in the world. She became the PM of Sri Lanka (then Ceylon).

Q: What is the Radcliffe Line?
A: The Radcliffe Line was the boundary demarcation line between the Indian and Pakistani portions of the Punjab and Bengal provinces of British India. It was named after its architect, Sir Cyril Radcliffe, who, as the joint chairman of the two boundary commissions for the two provinces, received the responsibility to equitably divide 175,000 square miles (450,000 km2) of territory with 88 million people.

Q: Who was the first posthumous recipient of Bharat Ratna?
A: Lal Bahadur Shastri

Q: In which year Goa is taken by India?
A: The Annexation of Goa was the process in which the Republic of India annexed the former Portuguese Indian territories of Goa, Daman, and Diu, starting with the “armed action” carried out by the Indian Armed Forces in December 1961.

Q: Baltic cup related to?
A: The Baltic Cup is an international football competition contested by the national teams of the Baltic states – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Also Finland has participated as a guest twice.

Q: Hook pass is related to which game?
A: Basketball

Q: Hindu Sanskrit Book Natya Shastra is written by?
A: Bharata Muni was an ancient Indian theatrologist and musicologist who wrote the Natya Shastra, a theoretical treatise on ancient Indian dramaturgy and histrionics, especially Sanskrit theatre. Bharata is considered the father of Indian theatrical art forms.

Q: How many timeouts can a team take in volleyball?
A: Maximum of 2 timeouts per game for a team is Qallowed. Time out lasts 30 seconds. In official international competitions, two 60 seconds technical time-out are used when the leading team reaches the 8 or 16 point mark.

Q: What caused the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre?
A: The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, also known as the Amritsar massacre, took place on 13 April 1919 when a crowd of nonviolent protesters, along with Baishakhi pilgrims, who had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab, were fired upon by troops of the British Indian Army under the command of Colonel Reginald Dyer.

Q: What is Daksh Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)?
A: Daksh is an electrically powered Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) designed and developed besearch and Development Establishment (Engineers), Pune, India.

Q: What was the term used for measurement of land in the Delhi Sultanate period?
A: Masahat

Q: Riga is the capital of which country?
A: Latvia, with Riga as its capital city, thus declared its independence on 18 November 1918. Between World War I and World War II (1918–1940), Riga and Latvia shifted their focus from Russia to the countries of Western Europe.

Q: Who was the founder of Brahmo Samaj?
A: Raja Rammohan Roy founded Brahmo Samaj in Calcutta on 20 August 1828. It was more of a reformist movement of Hinduism which later got divided into adi Brahmo samaj and sadharan Brahmo samaj.

Q: Where is Indira Point located?
A: Indira Point is a village in the Nicobar district at Great Nicobar Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. It is located in the Great Nicobar tehsil. It is the location of the southernmost point of India’s territory.

Q: JAXA is an aerospace agency of which country?
A: Japan

Q: When did India became a member of Asian Development Bank?
India became a member of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) as a founding member in 1966. The Bank is engaged in promoting economic and social progress of its developing member countries (DMCs) in the Asia Pacific Region.

Q: Vitamin which is responsible for blood clotting?
A: Vitamin K affects the clotting mechanism by being essential for the production of four distinct clotting factors: prothrombin, factors VII, IX and X.

Q: Oldest Veda?
A: The Rigveda is the oldest work, which Witzel states are probably from the period of 1900 to 1100 BCE. Witzel, also notes that it is the Vedic period itself, where incipient lists divide the Vedic texts into three (trayī) or four branches: Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva.

Q: Which act is known as the Black Act
A: The Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act of 1919, popularly known as the Rowlatt Act and also known as the Black Act, was a legislative act passed by the Imperial Legislative Council in Delhi on March 18, 1919, indefinitely extending the emergency measures of preventive indefinite detention, incarceration without trial and judicial review enacted in the Defence of India Act 1915 during the First World War. It was enacted in light of a perceived threat from revolutionary nationalist organisations of re-engaging in similar conspiracies as during the war which the Government felt the lapse of the DIRA regulations would enable.

Q: Jallianwala bagh massacre happened due to which act?
A: Rowlatt Act

Q: Taseometer used to measure?
A: Taseometer is an instrument to measure strains.

Q: Characteristics of coal
A: Coal is a black, inhomogeneous, organic fuel, formed largely from partially decomposed and metamorphosed plant materials. Formation has occurred over long time periods, often under high pressures of overburden and at elevated temperatures.

Q: Mont Blanc is situated in?
A: Mont Blanc, Italian Monte Bianco, mountain massif and highest peak (15,771 feet [4,807 metres]) in Europe. Located in the Alps, the massif lies along the French-Italian border and reaches into Switzerland.

Q: Ten cities will have hosted the Olympic Games more than once
A: Athens (1896 and 2004 Summer Olympics), Paris (1900, 1924 and 2024 Summer Olympics), London (1908, 1948 and 2012 Summer Olympics), St. Moritz (1928 and 1948 WinterOlympics), Lake Placid (1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics), Los Angeles (1932, 1984 and 2028).

Q: Island between Russia and Japan ?
A: The Kuril Islands dispute, also known as the Northern Territories dispute, is a disagreement between Japan and Russia and also some individuals of the Ainu people over sovereignty of the South Kuril Islands.

Q: “Double fault” is related to which sport?
A: The term double-fault can be an adjective referring to: double fault (computing), a fault that occurs during processing of another. double fault (tennis), two consecutive faults during service.

Q: ‘Lona’ is the term associated with which sports?
A: Kabaddi

Q: Which place is the Key to the Mediterranean Sea?
A: Gibraltar is the key to the Mediterranean Sea. It is 3 miles (5 km) long and 3/4 mile wide and is connected to Spain by a low, sandy isthmus which is 1 mile long.

Q: Capital of Estonia?
A: Tallinn became the capital of an independent Estonia. After World War II started, Estonia acceded to the Soviet Union (USSR) in 1940, and later occupied by Nazi Germany from 1941 to 1944.

Q: War fought between Sshershah and Humayun in the year 1540AD?
A: Battle of Kannauj (1540 A.D.) – Sher Shah Suri defeated Humayun.

Q: Jude Felix is a famous Indian player in which of the fields?
A: Jude Felix was captain of the Indian Hockey team from 1993 to 1995.

Q: What are the five colors on the Olympic flag?
A: The rings are five interlocking rings, colored blue, yellow, black, green and red on a white field, known as the “Olympic rings”.

Q: 1st Asian games held at?
A: The Asian Games, also known as Asiad, is a continental multi-sport event held every four years among athletes from all over Asia. The Games were regulated by the Asian Games Federation (AGF) from the first Games in New Delhi, India, until the 1978 Games.

Q: Satyajit Ray received Bharat Ratna in which year?
A: Satyajit Ray received an Academy Honorary Award in 1992 followed by the Bharat Ratna the same year.

Q: The light year is unit of ?
A: The light-year is a unit of length used to express astronomical distances and measures about 9.5 trillion kilometers or 5.9 trillion miles. As defined by the International Astronomical Union (IAU), a light-year is the distance that light travels in vacuum in one Julian year (365.25 days).

Q: Women who won first medal in olympic in india?
A: The first Indian woman to ever win an Olympic medal was Karnam Malleswari who won a bronze medal at the Sydney Olympics in the Women’s 69 kg category in Weightlifting.

Q: Degree of tropic of cancer?
A: The Tropic of Cancer is the circle marking the latitude 23.5 degrees north, where the sun is directly overhead at noon on June 21, the beginning of summer in the northern hemisphere.

Q: Who is known as the Little corporal?
A: Little Corporal, Napoleon Bonaparte. So called after the battle of Lodi, in 1796, from his low stature, youthful age, and amazing courage.

Q: Member of lok sabha during first election?
A: No. Of constituencies in india during the first indian parliament election? – The first general elections, which were conducted for 489 seats in 401 constituencies, represented 25 Indian states. At that time, there were 314 constituencies with one seat, 86 with two seats and one with three seats. The multi-seat constituencies were abolished in the 1960s. There were also 2 nominated Anglo-Indian members.

Q: Author of the underground railroad?
A: Colson Whitehead

Q: In which country Baikonur cosmodrome is located?
A: The Cosmodrome is the world’s first and largest operational space launch facility. The spaceport is located in the desert steppe of Baikonur, about 200 kilometres (124 mi) east of the Aral Sea and north of the river Syr Darya. It is near the Tyuratam railway station and is about 90 meters (300 ft) above sea level. Baikonur Cosmodrome and the city of Baikonur celebrated the 63rd anniversary of the foundation on June 2, 2018.

AFCAT 2 2018 Cutoff

The minimum cutoff for AFCAT 02/2018 will be announced later on, with the result. Until then, candidates can check AFCAT 02 cutoff for previous years, from below.

AFCAT Cutoff
AFCAT 02 / 2016 148
AFCAT 02 / 2015 144
AFCAT 02 / 2014 123
AFCAT 02 / 2014 127
AFCAT 02 / 2013 116
AFCAT 02 / 2012 143
AFCAT 02 / 2011 88

AFCAT Answer Key 2018 Get Here AFCAT 01/2018 Questions with Answers [Updated]

How is AFCAT 2 2018 Answer key Helpful?

The aspirants who are going to appear in the Air Force Common Admission Test, for then the AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key is very vital. Here we are providing the answer and their respective questions as well. So the candidates will be more beneficial then.

  • The AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key helps to analyze your performance in the exam whether is an official answer key or memory based answer key.
  • The answer key has the correct answers to the questions. Hence candidates can predict their chances of selection.
  • Through AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key candidates can count the number of correct and incorrect answers.

Know Marking Scheme to Calculate Marks Through AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key

The question paper of AFCAT has two parts, the first one is the general AFCAT paper, second is EKT. The AFCAT will have 100 questions and EKT will have 50 questions.

On every correct answer 03 marks will be awarded, and on an occurrence of an incorrect answer, the candidates have to bear the deduction of 01 marks. 

Hence by calculating the numbers of correct and incorrect answers through AFCAT 2 2018 Answer Key, the candidates can predict his/her marks easily.


AFCAT Answer Key 2018 of Exam Held on 25 February 2018

Question: When was Indian National Congress founded?
Answer: 28 December 1885.

Question: Pugilist is a term used for a player of a game. Identify the game.
Answer: Boxer / Boxing

Question: Theyyam is a tradition of which state?
Answer: Kerala

Question: How many hurdles are there in 400m race?
Answer: Ten (10).

Question: In which two years were Asian games held in India?
Answer: 1951, 1982

Question: Who won 4 back to back titles in badminton?
Answer: K Srikanth

Question: When was modern Olympic started?
Answer:06 April 1896

Question: How many countries are there in Asia?
Answer:48

Question: What is the name of the first artificial satellite of USA?
Answer: Explorer 1

Question: How many states do tropic of Cancer pass through?
Answer: 8

Question: Who is the author of India divided?
Answer: Rajendra Prasad

Question: Speed of wind measured by?
Answer: Anemometer

Question: Which Indian won the national record in the long jump?
Answer: Ankit Sharma

Question: NATO Headquarter?
Answer: Brussels, Belgium

Question: Tashkent agreement signed by?
Answer: Lal Bahadur Shastri and Ayub Khan

Question: Dams on the Chenab river?
Answer: Baglihar Dam, Dul Hasti Hydroelectric Plant, Khanki Headworks, Marala Headworks, Ratle Hydroelectric Plant, Salal Hydroelectric Power Station, Seli Hydroelectric Plant, Trimmu Barrage

Question: Panchatantra is written by whom?
Answer: Vishnu Sharma

Question: Ryder cup is associated with which sport?
Answer: Men’s golf

Question: On which river is Salal project?
Answer: Chenab river

Question: What is the test for measuring hardness of minerals in water?

Question: In which city was the first British factory established in India?
Answer: Machilipatnam

Question: In which year was the first FIFA world cup held?
Answer:1930

Question: Guwahati is on the bank of which river?
Answer: Brahmaputra

Question: Who was the Governor general of India during formation of Indian National Congress?
Answer: Lord Dufferin

Question: Chakra in indian flag is taken from?

Question: Author of Sleeping on Jupiter?
Answer: Anuradha Roy

Question: How many stakeholders in Cauvery river dispute?

Question: Find odd one out : 1) Plassey 2) Haldighati 3) Sarnath 4) Panipat .
Answer: Sarnath

Question: In 1954 which French settlements joined to India?
Answer: Pondicherry

Question: With which company did Indian navy sign the latest MOU?
Answer: Tata

Question: Who is the first Indian woman to win the medal in long jump?
Answer: Anju Bobby George

Question: What is the shape of crystal determined by?

Question: Who found American national red cross?
Answer: Clara Barton

Question: Rank and file meaning

Question: Choose the odd one. a.Pink b.Green c.Blue d.Yellow.
Answer: Pink

Question: If a man goes upstream 10km and comes down taking total time 55min. If the speed of the stream is 2 km/hr. Then find the speed of man in still water?

Question: 5/12 of what amount is equal to 3 mixed 3/4 of 100?

AFCAT Answer Keys Archives

Memory-Based AFCAT 02/2017 Question Paper & Key

Exam takers have shared questions with AglaSem, after the exam. Thank you, guys! We are further sharing them with you all so that you can benefit from them, to know answers and also to prepare for future AFCAT exams.

Question: 2018 Asian games will be hosted by?

Answer: Indonesia was approved as the host of the Games by Olympic Council of Asia executive board on 19 September 2014. They will host the Games in 2018 rather than the originally planned 2019 to avoid conflict with the Indonesian presidential election.

Question: Animal farms author?

Answer: George Orwell

Question: Best cricketer 2016?

Answer: ICC Cricketer of the Year (Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy) – Ravichandran Ashwin (India)

Question: Caddie and bogey are related to which sport?

Answer: Golf

Question: Capital of Syria?

Answer: Damascus

Question: Capital of Tajikistan?

Answer: Dushanbe, on the Varzob River, is the capital of Tajikistan.

Question: Capital of Uzbekistan?

Answer: Tashkent

Question: Decommissioned ship in March 2017?

Answer: INS Viraat

Question: First Deputy PM of India?

Answer: The first Deputy Prime Minister of India was Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, who was also the home minister in Jawaharlal Nehru’s cabinet. The office has since been only intermittently occupied. The seventh and last deputy prime minister was L. K.

Question: Gandhiji started his 1st satyagraha from?

Answer: The Champaran Satyagraha of 1917, in the Champaran district of Bihar, India during the period of the British Raj, was the first Satyagraha movement inspired by Mohandas Gandhi and a major revolt in the Indian Independence Movement. Another important Satyagraha just after this revolt was Kheda Satyagraha.

Question: Headquarter of WHO?

Answer: Geneva, Switzerland

Question: How many players are there in the court for a basketball team?

Answer: The time allowed is actual playing time; the clock is stopped while the play is not active. Therefore, games generally take much longer to complete than the allotted game time, typically about two hours. Five players from each team may be on the court at one time.

Question: Iltutmish was from which dynasty?

Answer: Shams ud-Din Iltutmish was the third ruler of the Delhi Sultanate, belonging to the Mamluk dynasty. Iltutmish consolidated the position of the sultanate in the Indian subcontinent.

Question: International date line passes through which strait?

Answer: (Wrangel Island lies directly on the meridian at 71°32′N 180°0′E, also noted as 71°32′N 180°0′W.) It then passes through the Bering Strait between the Diomede Islands at a distance of 1.5 kilometers (0.93 mi) from each island at 168°58′37″ W.

Question: Jeev milkha Singh is related to which sport?

Answer: Jeev Milkha Singh (born 15 December 1971) is an Indian professional golfer who became the first player from India to join the European Tour in 1998. He has won four events on the European Tour, becoming the most successful Indian on tour.

Question: Keoladeo Ghana national park located in?

Answer: Keoladeo National Park, located in Bharatpur, the State of Rajasthan, is an important wintering ground of Palaearctic migratory waterfowl and is renowned for its large congregation of non-migratory resident breeding birds.

Question: Michael Ferreira is related to which sport?

Answer: Michael Ferreira, nicknamed “the Bombay Tiger”, is notable amateur player of English billiards from India, and a three-time Amateur World Champion.

Question: Mohiniattam is a folk dance of which state?

Answer: Mohiniyattam, the dance of an enchantress, is a traditional dance which originated in the state of Kerala in India. It is named after Mohini, the Hindu mythological beauty.

Question: Oscar for best movie in 2017?

Answer: Moonlight

Question: Pampas is located in?

Answer: The Pampas of South America are a grassland biome. They are flat, fertile plains that covers an area of 300,000 sq. miles or 777,000 square kilometers, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andes Mountains. It is found primarily in Argentina and extends into Uruguay.

Question: Prairies are grasslands of which country?

Answer: Temperate grassland regions include the Pampas of Argentina, southern Brazil and Uruguay as well as the steppes of Eurasia. Lands typically referred to as “prairie” tend to be in North America.

Question: Sahyadri is also known as?

Answer: Western Ghats (also known as Sahyadri, meaning The Benevolent Mountains) is a mountain range that runs parallel to the western coast of the Indian peninsula, located entirely in India.

Question: Thomas cup related to?

Answer: The Thomas Cup, sometimes called the World Men’s Team Championships, is an international badminton competition among teams representing member nations of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), the sport’s global governing body.

Question: UNESCO Headquarters?

Answer: Paris, France

Question: Where is Lothal from IVC located?

Answer: Lothal is one of the most prominent cities of the ancient Indus valley civilization, located in the Bhāl region of the modern state of Gujarāt

Question: Which state won Vijay Hazare Trophy 2016-17?

Answer: 2016–17 Vijay Hazare Trophy was the 15th season of the Vijay Hazare Trophy, a List A cricket tournament in India. It was contested by the 28 domestic cricket teams of India. Tamil Nadu won the tournament, beating Bengal by 37 runs in the final

Question: Who got Nobel prize for ‘ The Old Man and the Sea?

Answer: The Nobel Prize in Literature 1954 was awarded to Ernest Hemingway “for his mastery of the art of narrative, most recently demonstrated in The Old Man and the Sea, and for the influence that he has exerted on contemporary style”.

Question: Who is the chief of Air staff?

Answer: Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa

Question: Who is the defense secretary during indo-china war 1962?

Answer: K. Krishna Menon

Question: Who proposed the Preamble before the Drafting Committee of the Constitution

Answer: Jawaharlal Nehru

Question: Whom did PV Sindhu beat to win Indian super series?

Answer: PV Sindhu clinched the India Open title after beating Carolina Marin 21-19

GK Questions asked in AFCAT Answer Key Based On Memory

  • Army chief in Oct 2016
  • Bronze age king
  • Character of Aladdin belongs to which book
  • Classical dance of Kerala
  • Diamond country of the world
  • Dipa kamarakar score in the final round in Rio Olympics
  • First black to lead the Olympic contingent of USA in 1960 olympics
  • First NSA of india
  • Highest tower of the world
  • In which south Korean city asian games 2014 was conducted
  • Macedonio empire belongs to which age
  • Mayanmar old name
  • Name the port made in iran by india
  • Name the port made in Pakistan by china
  • Navy chief in oct 2016
  • NSA of USA in 2016
  • Old name of USA
  • Oldest active volcano of the world
  • Salal project is on which river
  • What is sin bin is ice hockey
  • Where is head office of International court of justice
  • Who wrote Padmavat?
  • Which is the deepest trench in the world?
  • Who was the first thirtkar of Jainism?
  • Which is not an inert give – Argon, Helium, Hydrogen , XENON?
  • Who was the first governor-general of India?
  • Which is the oldest refinery in India?
  • Who was the first governor general of india after independence?
  • Which pm gave mandal commission?
  • Who was the 23rd thitkar of Jainism?
  • Which religion was founded by Akbar?
  • Who became PM after the death of Rajiv Gandhi?
  • Which states produce more banana
  • Who defeated P.V.Sindhu in finall in Rio Olympics
  • Who has been appointed(sportsperson) form Indian as member of IOC
  • Which curban racer is called the horse?
  • Who is satayjit ray?
  • Who was given out first time by a third umpire in test?
  • Yarlung Zangbo is the name of which river?

Odd One Out Questions asked in AFCAT Answer KeyBased On Memory

  • Cabbage, Brinjal, Sweet Guard
  • May, July, August, December
  • Leo,equator, Cancer, Scorpio
  • Yellow, Violet, Green, Black

Analogy Questions asked in AFCAT Answer Key Based On Memory

  • Assam-Bihu, Kerela -?
  • Hemoglobin-iron, Chlorophyl-?
  • Kandla-Gujarat, Kochin -?
  • Ruby-red, sapphire-?

Venn Diagram asked in AFCAT Answer Key Based On Memory

  • Bus, Train, Traveller
  • Practise, Exam, Question
  • Rabi crops, Paddy, Wheat

Synonyms asked in AFCAT Answer Key Based On Memory

  • Applaud
  • Harbinger
  • Idiocy
  • Passe
  • Silence

Idioms And Phrases asked in AFCAT Answer Key Based On Memory

  • Halycon Days
  • One Who Eats One’s Word
  • To Hit The Nail On Head
  • To Keep The Wolf From Door

Spelling asked in AFCAT Answer Key Based On Memory

  • Accreditation
  • Vicarious

Maths Questions Asked in AFCAT Answer Key

  • 10 years ago the average age of a family of 4membersr was 24, In the meantime, two children born by a gap of two yrs, what is the age of younger child if the average age family is same as it was 10 years ago.
  • If 21% of a number is subtracted from 91 gives the same number , find the number.
  • 240 chocolates were brought at 9 per dozen, and was sold at 1 re each, find the % loss or gain?
  • A shopkeeper sold one tablet and one smartphone of 12000, on smartphone he lost 25%, and gained 20% on the price of a tablet . what is its total loss and gain .
  • A train 110m long running at the speed of 60km/hr , how long it will take to cross a man running in the opposite direction at the speed if 10km/hr.
  • Biku and mahtre fought elelction, Bikhu got 55% vote and 25% vote were declared invalid. Population of village is 6000. Find the vote given to mahtre
  • If 445 boys and 356 girls have to be divided in section of same no of students either boy or girl alone then total no of section.
  • If 50% of is added to 84 gives the number, what is a number ?
  • A shopkeeper sells a tv 3000 on the gain of 15% , he sells a different tv at loss of 10%. Overall he neither gain or loss . what is cost price or sp of the second tv.
  • If a sum doubles in 4 years, how long it will take to become 4 times of sum on compound interest.
  • If A/B=4/3 then what is the value of of (9A-3B)/(9A+3B)
  • The speed of a boat in the river is 8 km/hr in still water, rate of river is 2km/hr. If boat takes 3hr 12 minutes to back and fro to a place then what is the distance?
  • If one student got 77/100, 96/150, 103/350 in various subjects, what is the percentage average?
  • XXXA is divisible by 9, what is the least natural no at A?

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