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At a local club party at Chelsea club house, four ladies were there with their four children who aged 1, 2, 3 and 4. Also, these children have one, two, three and four footballs with the different order.

We know the below facts:

Aina has more footballs that his age.

Kalas is older than Zouma.

One child has the same number of footballs as his age.

Ake has fewer footballs than Kalas.

Child aged 3 has two footballs.

Ake is the youngest.

Can you determine the age of the children and the number of football they have?

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We know the below facts:

Aina has more footballs that his age.

Kalas is older than Zouma.

One child has the same number of footballs as his age.

Ake has fewer footballs than Kalas.

Child aged 3 has two footballs.

Ake is the youngest.

Can you determine the age of the children and the number of football they have?

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By using the numbers 8,5 1 and 1 exactly once and with the help of basic operation (+, -, /, *), Can you form an expression with a value of 10?

Note: Parentheses are allowed

Note: Parentheses are allowed

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If,

29 - 1 = 30

9 - 1 = 10

14 - 1 = 15

Based on above logic, can you prove that

11 - 1 = 10 ?

29 - 1 = 30

9 - 1 = 10

14 - 1 = 15

Based on above logic, can you prove that

11 - 1 = 10 ?

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Let us say there are two natural numbers 'A' and 'B'. We performed eight operations on two numbers as

Step-1: A = B

Step-2: A x A = B x A

Step-3: A^2 - B^2 = AB - B^2

Step-4: (A + B)( A - B) = B(A - B)

Step-5: A + B = B

Step-6: B + B = B

Step-7: 2B = B

Step- 8: 2 = 1

What's the trick?

Step-1: A = B

Step-2: A x A = B x A

Step-3: A^2 - B^2 = AB - B^2

Step-4: (A + B)( A - B) = B(A - B)

Step-5: A + B = B

Step-6: B + B = B

Step-7: 2B = B

Step- 8: 2 = 1

What's the trick?

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Can you find the largest six digit number whose square is less than 5,00,000?

Also, the sum of digit of the number is 43.

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Also, the sum of digit of the number is 43.

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Find the next number in the sequence below?

5 10 70 4690 ?

5 10 70 4690 ?

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