Yaar buhat mehanga hai. :( idher 55thousand se price shuru ho rahi hai aur 4 lakhs tak jati hai and I know my parents would never let me buy something this expensive at this age. :p
wahan per bhi yehi price chal rai hai kya?
This thing bothers me a lot sometimes. Why is someone very rich and someone very poor? What is a person's fault in being poor? Why can't we all be just EQUAL. No rich no poor. Only Human beings who are equal.
I am in 8th standard and there are a lot things which I don't get. Like Percentages. How to take out selling price, discount percentages etc from given information and simultaneous and linear inequalities is the topic in which I hardly passed. :D
@Potter - Jo puchhna hay puchh le, I am always there to help you out. :) Questions de de main achhe se detail mein solve kar ke tujhe vapas bhe dunga so that you can take a look at it step by step and hipefully tab tujhay samajh mein aa jayega.
25 of the 100 questions (25/100) had 60% (*0.6) = 0.15
30 of the 100 questions (30/100) had 70% (*0.7) = 0.21
45 of the 100 questions (45/100) had 80% (*0.8) = 0.36
Those three together make 0.72 percent which is 72% which makes C the correct answer.
These numbers are the odds that could be made:
Now, there are several possibilities to make those numbers:
The chance of getting the first odd is: (2/6)*(2/6)*(2/6) = (2/6)^3 = 0.037
Since there is the same amount of numbers on every dice and because there are all 2 of the same numbers on every dice the chance of all odds are even.
You just simply multiply the 0.037 with 9 (all possibilities) and you'll get: 0.333.
0.333 = 33.3% = 1/3
BTW Jordy, that Q3 is belongs more to probability and I don't think Nimra has been taught probability concepts (even though its not that difficult to understand). Lola should have given more relevant questions for this discussion lol. :D
Lmao. Jordy, can I borrow your mind for my maths paper please? :)
and guys the ones I don't get, you may find it heck easy, but I just can't solve them. :(
Ex 10c Mathematics 6th edition. (D1) Oxford.
Q4. Three families P,Q and R share 480 kg of rice.Q recieves twice as much rice as P, and R recieves half as much rice as Q. How much rice does each family get?
1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei1RDCs6fOw : love the tenderness in the song!
2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iK9M6ZT4I0 : beautiful meaning and beautiful lyrics and wonderful combination of western beats with classical music! Leking tujhay poora gana samajh nahi aayega shayad...kuchh words 100% hindi mein hain. :|
Oh god main bhool gaya. :O Ye le sun le badi mehnat se ye links dhunda hay... :P
Turn your love by Jack Johnson
Fool to love you by John Mayer
What am I to you by Norah Jones
Anything by those three artists anyway
OH and I absolutely love the Angel/Better together Live version (by Jack Johnson) go listen to it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Qgp9zf98Mk the music starts around 0:25
I'm going through a time in my life where I'm really fond of anything and everything acoustic. I already was, though, now even more so. I was recently introduced to Racoon, with their song Love You More - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1I1FNZKaxA
Abhi abhi vohi to ek badi movie release hui hay. Itna mushkil nahi tha guess karna. :P
Mujhe pasand nahi aayi yaar but agar tu SRK fan hay to ho sakta hay tujhay achhi lagey. But anyways, tu dekh ke aa phir bataiyo kaisi lagi. Hope you like it. :)
Haahaa. haan baat tou sahi hai.
SRK ka fan kaun nahi hai? :0 He is an amazing actor.Meri behan already dekh chuki hai and she liked it.
Our taste in movies is pretty much the same.
Khair,main dekh ker bataoon gi.Anushka kitni ajeeb lag rai movie main..haina?