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If x < y, 2x = A, and 2y =B, then

A < x

A = B

A < B

B < y

An angle of one radian is equivalent to

60°

90°

67°

57°

Two natural numbers whose sum is 25 and difference is 5, are

15, 10

20, 5

20, 10

25, 20

If 4 – x > 5, then

x < 1

x > 1

x > -1

x < -1

The equation of the line with gradient 1 passing through the point (h, k) is

Y = k/h x + 1

Y = x + h – k

Ky = hx – 1

Y = x + k – h

A farmer possesses 100 hectometers of land and wants to grow corn and wheat. Cultivation of corn requires 3 hours per hectometer while cultivation of wheat requires 2 hours pert hectometer. Working hours cannot exceed 240. If he gets a profit of Rs. 20 per hectometer for corn and Rs. 20 per hectometer for wheat. The profit function for the farmer is

P(x,y) = 3x + 2y

P(x,y) = 20x + 15y

P(x,y) = 2x + 3y

P(x,y) = x + y

A standard deck of 52 cards is shuffled. What is the probability of choosing the queen of the diamonds

13-Jan

Jan-52

May-52

5-Jan

If you are looking a high point from the ground, then the angle formed is

Right angle

Angle of elevation

Horizon

Angle of depression

In which quadrant is the solution of the equation sin x – 1 = 0

III and IV quadrants

I quadrant

II and III quadrants

II quadrants

A fraction in which the degree of the numerator is less than the degree of the denominator is called