# What is the answer of (15/6)∗(2/3)?

A. 3/5

B. 2/5**C. 5/3**

D. 5/2

**Solution of this Mcq:**

We will use the multiplication property,

=(15/6)∗(2/3)

= (5/2)∗(2/3)

= 5/3.

A. 3/5

B. 2/5**C. 5/3**

D. 5/2

We will use the multiplication property,

=(15/6)∗(2/3)

= (5/2)∗(2/3)

= 5/3.

**A. 26**

B. 24

C. 28

D. 0

Using the properties of rational numbers i.e. addition and multiplication,

(8+0) + (6 * 3)

= (8) + (18)

= 26.

A. Rational Numbers

B. Integers**C. Whole Numbers**

D. Natural Numbers

A. 6

B. 24

C. 132**D. 144**

First, arrange the 4 men around the circular table in alternate chairs in (4 – 1)! = 3! ways. Now four alternate chairs are vacant. Each of the 4 women can now be seated in the vacant chairs in 4! ways. The total number of ways = 4! X 3! = 144 ways. Why the** **number of ways for men is 3! and not 4!**?** It is because it is immaterial where the first man is seated. The problem of uniqueness/permutation begins only after the first man is seated.** **Therefore, only three men have to be seated in some order now and they can be seated in the remaining 3 seats in 3! ways !!!

A. 1/3

B. 1/6

C. 1/12**D. 1/36**

A. 35**B. 50**

C. 65

D. 40

A. 4 : 4: 11

B. 11 : 12: 21**C. 50: 69: 120**

D. 110 : 50: 69

A. 20 Liters

B. 30 Liters

C. 40 Liters**D. 60 Liters**

**A. 11:12**

B. 12:13

C. 4:5

D. 9:10