1 . In question, the given pie-chart shows the amount spent by a country on various sports during the year FY 2012-13.

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If the total amount spent on sports during FY 2012 -13 was Rs. 1200000, then how much amount was spent on Basketball?
A.  125000 Rs.
B.  160000 Rs
C.  150000 Rs
D.  180000 Rs
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2 . In question, the given pie-chart shows the amount spent by a country on various sports during the year FY 2012-13.

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If the total money spent is Rs. 2000000, how much more amount was spent on Cricket with respect to Tennis and Golf?
A.  50000 Rs
B.  60000 Rs
C.  70000 Rs
D.  80000 Rs
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3 . In question, the given pie-chart shows the amount spent by a country on various sports during the year FY 2012-13.

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The amount spent on Football is what per cent of the amount spent on Tennis?
A.  90%
B.  110%
C.  150%
D.  120%
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4 . In question, the given pie-chart shows the amount spent by a country on various sports during the year FY 2012-13.

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The amount spent on Hockey is what per cent more than the amount spent on Golf?
A.  10%
B.  20%
C.  30%
D.  40%
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5 .
The Unit Digit in the product $7^{71} \times 6^{63} \times 3^{65}$ is
A.  1
B.  2
C.  3
D.  4
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6 .
The sum of all natural numbers from 51 to 100 is:
A.  5050
B.  4275
C.  4025
D.  3775
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7 .
Let N be the greatest number that will divide 1305, 4665 and 6905 leaving the same remainder in each case. Then, sum of the digits in N is:
A.  4
B.  5
C.  6
D.  8
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8 .
The simplified value of $\sqrt {32} + \sqrt {48} \over \sqrt 8 + \sqrt {12}$ is:
A.  3
B.  2
C.  6
D.  4
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9 .
How much does ($\sqrt {12} + \sqrt {18}$) exceed ($2\sqrt 3 + 2\sqrt 2$) ?
A.  2
B.  $\sqrt 3$
C.  $\sqrt 2$
D.  3
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10 .
Find the sum of : (1 - $1 \over n + 1$) + (1 - $2 \over n + 1$) + (1 - $3 \over n + 1$) + .................. + (1 - $n \over n + 1$)
A.  n
B.  $1\over 2$n
C.  n + 1
D.  $1 \over 2$ (n + 1)
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