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Question 1 of 3
1. Question
You have 31 rupees and you split the money into five wallets. The money is split in such a way that any sum between Rs. 1 and Rs. 31 can be paid using the contents of one wallet or a combination of wallets. You CANNOT change the amount in any wallet once you have put the money in it.
What is the maximum amount that can be put in any one wallet?
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Question 2 of 3
2. Question
Maths teacher Ms. Anjali tells her class, “The number 74529 is a perfect square. Can you give me a
quick estimate of its square root?”Four students give the following answers:
Abhay: 237
Beena: 233
Chhavi: 303
Daman: 355Though none of the answers are correct, Ms. Anjali wants to give a chocolate bar to each student who has shown strong conceptual understanding. Whom (all) should she give the chocolate to?
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Question 3 of 3
3. Question
An exam has 2 questions. You can pass the exam if you get any one of the questions right. The probability to get question 1 right is 3/4 and the probability to get question 2 right is 3/4.What is the probability that you pass the exam?CorrectIncorrect