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Please guide through the solution of Q7 (d) & Q8 (a) i.

I think Q8 (a) part i has more than 1 answers
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by aali g Please guide through the solution of Q7 (d) & Q8 (a) i. I think Q8 (a) part i has more than 1 answers
Q7 (a) Moiz wife share: Rs 200/- and his son share is Rs 40/-

(b) No. of hens= 42; No. of rabbits= 28, so 24 hens more than rabbits

(d) EOJDJEFM
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by aali g Please guide through the solution of Q7 (d) & Q8 (a) i. I think Q8 (a) part i has more than 1 answers
Q8 (a) Z plays seventh

(b) A intersection B = { 10, 20}

(c) (1) = b
(2) = f

(d) 16 free packets
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 Originally Posted by White horse Q8 (a) Z plays seventh (b) A intersection B = { 10, 20} (c) (1) = b (2) = f (d) 16 free packets
Not 16 packets, but a total of 20.
After purchasing 64 packets, he gets 16 packets in free, then for those 16 packets, he gets another 4, and for those 4, he gets one more.
Thus, if he purchases 64 packets, he would get 20 more packets in lieu of tokens, 1 token each pack.

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[QUOTE=M Junaid Ashraf;1086062]Not 16 packets, but a total of 20.
After purchasing 64 packets, he gets 16 packets in free, then for those 16 packets, he gets another 4, and for those 4, he gets one more.
Thus, if he purchases 64 packets, he would get 20 more packets in lieu of tokens, 1 token each pack.

first he will get 16
then from those 16 he would get 4 more
then from these 4, he will get 1
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 Originally Posted by M Junaid Ashraf Not 16 packets, but a total of 20. After purchasing 64 packets, he gets 16 packets in free, then for those 16 packets, he gets another 4, and for those 4, he gets one more. Thus, if he purchases 64 packets, he would get 20 more packets in lieu of tokens, 1 token each pack. Sent from my ONEPLUS A5010 using Tapatalk
21 bro. will you not get 1 by giving 4 got free.
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Anyway, I didn't attempt this question. Took the first 2 from this portion.

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In Q8.(b), did the universal set have any role? Was the answer {10, 20} or {10, 20, 30, 40...} ?
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 Originally Posted by White horse Q8 (a) Z plays seventh (b) A intersection B = { 10, 20} (c) (1) = b (2) = f (d) 16 free packets
In Q(8a) Part. (i), possible order of performances are more than 1? PLEASE CONFIRM

For example, T Y U V X W Z or Y T U V X W Z OR V U X Y T W Z