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If 8 Arithmetic Means are placed between 2 and 17, what would the 5[sup]th[/sup] Arithmetic mean be equal to?

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What is the sum of the roots of the equation x[sup]2[/sup]-6x+2 = 0?

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If the roots of the quadratic equation px[sup]2[/sup]+qx+r = 0 are reciprocal of one another, then which of the following is true?

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What is the 200[sup]th[/sup] term of the series

3, 7, 11, 15, ....?

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What is the value of cosθ if

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If the quadratic equation 2x[sup]2[/sup] + 3x + p = 0 has equal roots, then what is the value of p?

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If 3 + 3b + 3b[sup]2[/sup] +3b[sup]3[/sup] + ....∞ = 45/8 and b>0, then what is the value of b?

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A polygon has 44 diagonals. How many sides does it have?

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What is the 10[sup]th[/sup] term in the expansion of (x-1)[sup]11[/sup] (in decreasing powers of x)?

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What is the value of

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If b tan θ = a, then what is the value of

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What is the value of the expression

cos170°cos10° - sin170°sin10°?

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Whatis the value of

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What is the value of

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What is the value of

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If x=y[sup]a[/sup], y=z[sup]b[/sup], z=x[sup]c[/sup], find the value of abc.

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Whatis the value of

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What is the value of

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What is the value of x if

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What is the value of x if

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Find the value of

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What is the value of

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Let a, b, and c represent the shares of three persons A, B, and C. A sum of $370 is to be shared among A, B, and C such that

What is A's share?

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Two numbers are in he ratio 3:5. If 9 is subtracted from each of them, then their ratio becomes 12:23. Find the smaller number.

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If the diagonals of a square are in the ratio 2:5, then what would the ratio of their areas be?

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