IBPS PO PRE-2016 Data Inequality (Quadratic Equations)-19 #Amar Sir - Videos


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“Data Inequality-19: [Quadratic Equations]” is the set of 5 questions asked in the exam of IBPS PO PRE 2016. All of these questions have been solved uniquely and this will be very helpful for the exams of upcoming sessions of RRB PO PRE 2017 and IBPS PO and Clerk 2017. So, enjoy. All the best!

This set of questions is very important for the upcoming exam of IBPS PO PRE-2017. There are five important questions, which are to be answered in three minutes. But, you should try to solve them in just 2 minutes. After the test, these five questions have been solved by unique objective concept. So, enjoy. All the best!

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  1. Sir… Maine aapke average k videos dekhe.. thats all were very helpful… Thanks sir…
    But i hv one question.. jisme mai wo logic ni lga pa rhi… If you have some time pls solve sir… Otherwise give some hints to think on that way.. my question is..
    There were 35 students​ in a hostel… Due to the admission of 7 new students the expenses of the mess were increased by Rs 42 per day while the average expenditure per head diminished by Re 1. What was the original expenditure of the mess?


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