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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Decimals

Out of 25.25 meters of clothes,Vimal stitched five drsss of equal size.if each dress required 4.4metres of clothes,how many metres of clothes is left with her  

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The cost of a dinner set is rupees 2475.95 and cost of tea set is rupees 725.65.find the total cost of both items  

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Decimals

Find the value of 12.9 - 8.487

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Monica went to the market with Rs.3000 in cash. Out of this money she purchased one frock, one toy and one bag costing Rs.578.75, Rs.309, and Rs.1862.85 respectively. How much money is left with her?

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Preetam purchased a book, a pen and a notebook for Rs.165.35, Rs.72 and Rs.14.85 respectively. How much money will he have to pay to the shopkeeper for these items?

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Ramesh purchased vegetables worth Rs.146.75 from a vendor and gave him a 500-rupee note. How much balance did he get back?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Decimals

The total weight of a bag containing 13kg 750g potatoes and 8kg 80g of tomatoes is 22kg 200g. How much is the weight of the empty bag?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Decimals

By how much should 84.5 be decreased to get 27.84?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Decimals

What is to be added to 74.5 to get 91?

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Simplify: 53.5 - 34.68 + 64.75 - 28.9

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Decimals

The weight of a tank filled with water is 30 kg. If the weight of the empty tank is 14 kg 80 g, find the weight of the water contained in it.

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The weight of an empty gas cylinder is 18 kg 75 g. The weight of the gas contained in it is 12 kg 350g. What is the total weight of the cylinder filled with gas?

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A man covers a journey by car in 3 hours. He covers a distance of 64 km 324 m during the first hour, 58 km 56 m during the second hour and 62 km 8 m during the third hour. What is the length of his journey?

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