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Day 3 - MCQ Series for Commerce(in Hindi)
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There are two possible lines for the third side : 3x+y+2=0 for m=-3 and x-3y+4=0 for m= 1/3.
Sachin Rana
a year ago
Yes, correct. Good.
Jessica Gulati
a year ago
Plz can you tell me that how angle bisector between the two lines can be third side
Jessica Gulati
a year ago
Plz help me I'm not getting the question
I had not used the angle bisector method.. use the formula that uses slope of two lines to find the angle between them.. from there you get two values for slope
Angle between the first side and the third side and the angle between the second side and the third side will be the same as it is an isosceles triangle. Equate the two once with a plus sign and once by a negative sign as it is the modulus which we caculate hence two values.
Jessica Gulati
a year ago
Thank u ☺️☺️☺️
Anytime:-)
Praveen Singh
a year ago
thanks
Welcome ☺️
Praveen Singh
a year ago
ur able to solve so fast
Thanks.. I love some of the topics of maths but at some I'm really weak like hyperbola.. not at all good at that 😅
Praveen Singh
a year ago
u should just see to it that who question is fooling u
Praveen Singh
a year ago
can u tell me how u understand question tricks so well
Maths is all about practice.. you will yourself develop your shortcuts (TBH I just try to avoid lengthy calculations as much as I can). Also refer to the test series available.
Praveen Singh
a year ago
thanks for help u girl
Praveen Singh
a year ago
I am boy not man
Praveen Singh
a year ago
oh sorry
It's ok.. BTW good luck for all your upcoming tests.
Praveen Singh
a year ago
to u also but it name
Praveen Singh
a year ago
no ur name I mean
Praveen Singh
a year ago
okay
Praveen Singh
a year ago
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Praveen Singh
a year ago
do you use social media
Praveen Singh
a year ago
yes very nice ur full focus to be all india rank one
Haha.. thanks.. hoping the same for you too ;-)
Praveen Singh
a year ago
you are more intelligent then me
Praveen Singh
a year ago
u to
Praveen Singh
a year ago
bye
Praveen Singh
a year ago
all the best to face the world
Praveen Singh
a year ago
can we be friends u solve doubt and I will help u in understanding trick question
Praveen Singh
a year ago
thanks
Welcome ☺️
Praveen Singh
a year ago
who to calculate mole concept
Praveen Singh
a year ago
hi
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a year ago
thanks
"Angle between the 1st side and 3rd side and the angle between the 2nd side and 3rd side will be the same", how do you know that? Why can't the angle between 1st and 2nd side and angle between 2nd and 3rd side be equal? I think your case is only valid when the angle between the two given lines is >90°.
two given lines in the question is >90°, but I calculate it and it's close to 50°. Do you have some explanation on how you decided that those angles would be the only one that are equal?
Goddamit I didn't see that two equal sides are given in the question. How on earth do you delete comments here, what the heck.
sir 4th ka a hona chaiye tha na kyuki aapne yhi btaya h
sir thankyou revision achhi hogi isse
Thanks Sir, Very important MCQ discussed in this lesson. My Net is coming
4 ka ans a hona chayie.jb ap maximum hoti h to mp ap k equal hoti h .jb mp maximum hoti h to ap km hoti h mp s 😊thanks sir
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sir ek request hai sir plzz upload video on daily basis I am feeling that my second paper is not prepared yet
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  3. DAY 3


  4. . 1. If decreasing returns to scale are present, then if all inputs are increased by 10% then: . a)output will also decrease by 10% . b)Output will increase by 10% . c)Output will increase by less than 10% . d)Output will increase by more than 10%


  5. . 2. The production function is a relationship between a given combination of inputs and: a)Another combination that yields the same output * b)The highest resulting output .c)The increase in output generated by one- unit increase in one output. . d)All levels of output that can be generated by those inputs


  6. 3. If the MP of labor is below the AP of labor, it must be true that: . a)The MP of labor is negative . b)The MP of labor is zero c)The AP of labor is falling . d)The AP of labor is negative


  7. 4. The AP of labor is maximized when MP of labor: .a)Equals the AP of labor b)Equals zero c)ls maximized . d)None of the above


  8. . 5. The law of variable proportions is drawn under all of the assumptions mentioned below except the assumption that: . a)The technology is changing b)There must be some inputs whose quantity is kept fixed c)We consider only physical inputs and not economically profitability in monetary terms . d)The technology is given and stable


  9. 6. What is a production process? a)Technical relationship between physical inputs and physical output . b)Relationship between fixed factors of production and variable factors of production c)Relationship between a factor of production and the utility created by it . d)Relationship between quantity of output produced and time taken to produce the output


  10. 7. Laws of production does not include: . a)Returns to scale . b)Law of diminishing returns to a factor c)Law of variable proportions . d)Least cost combination of factors


  11. 9. Which of the following is not an assumption of the law of variable proportions . a)Only one factor is variable . b)Technique of production remains constant c)Proportion of factors of production remains same . d)Units of variable factor are homogeneous