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Practice problem for this lesson Meenu and Kanu simultaneously started climbing up an ascending escalator. Since they were in hurry, they also started climbing up the steps (taking one step at a time). Meenu took n steps in a time Kanu took 1 step, where n is an integer greater than 1. How many values of n is possible, if it is known that the speed of the escalator was the same as that of Kanu and Meenu took a total of 72 steps to climb up the escalator?(assume that steps taken by Kanu is also an integer) a. b. 8 c. 9 In an examination comprising Q questions, Noor correctly solved 15 of the first 24 questions. Of the remaining questions, he answered one-fourth correctly. If he was able to answer 40% of the questions correctly overall, how many possible values can Q assume? a. Data insufficient b. 1 c. 2 d. More than 2

Meenu and Kanu simultaneously started climbing up an ascending escalator. Since they were in hurry, they also started climbing up the steps (taking one step at a time). Meenu took n steps in a time Kanu took 1 step, where n is an integer greater than 1. How many values of n is possible, if it is known that the speed of the escalator was the same as that of Kanu and Meenu took a total of 72 steps to climb up the escalator?(assume that steps taken by Kanu is also an integer) a. 5 b. 8 c. 9

Meenu and Kanu simultaneously started climbing up an ascending escalator. Since they were in hurry, they also started climbing up the steps (taking one step at a time). Meenu took n steps in a time Kanu took 1 step, where n is an integer greater than 1. How many values of n is possible, if it is known that the speed of the escalator was the same as that of Kanu and Meenu took a total of 72 steps to climb up the escalator? (assume that steps taken by Kanu is also an integer) a. 5 b. 8 c. 9 e scalab

Meenu and Kanu simultaneously started climbing up an ascending escalator. Since they were in hurry, they also started climbing up the steps (taking one step at a time). Meenu took n steps in a time Kanu took 1 step, where n is an integer greater than 1. How many values of n is possible, if it is known that the speed of the escalator was the same as that of Kanu and Meenu took a total of 72 steps to climb up the escalator? (assume that steps taken by Kanu is also an integer) a. 5 b. 8 c. 9 e scalab e scalata. t (n-3 72

Meenu and Kanu simultaneously started climbing up an ascending escalator. Since they were in hurry, they also started climbing up the steps (taking one step at a time) Meenu took n steps in a time Kanu took 1 step, where n is an integer greater than 1. How many values of n is possible, if it is known that the speed of the escalator was the same as that of Kanu and Meenu took a total of 72 steps to climb up the escalator? (assume that steps taken by Kanu is also an integer) b. 8 e scalat 2- 22

Meenu and Kanu simultaneously started climbing up an ascending escalator. Since they were in hurry, they also started climbing up the steps (taking one step at a time). Meenu took n steps in a time Kanu took 1 step, where n is an integer greater than 1. How many values of n is possible, if it is known that the speed of the escalator was the same as that of Kanu and Meenu took a total of 72 steps to climb up the escalator? (assume that steps taken by Kanu is also an integer) a. 5 b. 8 c. 9 spada kawa (72-32 th

In an examination comprising Q questions, Noor correctly solved 15 of the first 24 questions. Of the remaining questions, he answered one-fourth correctly. If he was able to answer 40% of the questions correctly overall, how many possible values can Q assume? a. Data insufficient b. 1 c. 2 d. More than 2

In an examination comprising Q questions, Noor correctly solved 15 of the first 24 questions. Of the remaining questions, he answered one-fourth correctly. If he was able to answer 40% of the questions correctly overall, how many possible values can Q assume? a. Data insufficient b. 1 c. 2 d. More than 2 No

In an examination comprising Q questions, Noor correctly solved 15 of the first 24 questions. Of the remaining questions, he answered one-fourth correctly. If he was able to answer 40% of the questions correctly overall, how many possible values can Q assume? a. Data insufficient b. 1 d. More than 2 CA

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