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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Two ropes, one 8m long and the other 12m long are to be cut into pieces of the same length. What will the maximum possible length of each piece be ?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Find the greatest number which divides 203and 434 leaving remainder 5in each

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

find the greatest number which devides 204 & 2623 leave remainder 9 & 5 respectively

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

HCF of 780 and 462 by the division method.   

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Find the HCF of 2261, 3059 and 3325.   

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Three numbers which are co-prime to each other are such that the product of the first two is 551 and that of the last two is 1073. What will be the sum of the three numbers?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Find HCF of 513, 1134, 1215.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

The sum of two numbers is 216 and HCF is 27. Find the numbers.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Three numbers are in the ratio 1:2:3 and HCF is 12. Find the numbers.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

The HCF of 1.08, 0.36 and 0.9 is:

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Find the greatest number which leaves the remainder zero when divides 48, 92 and 140.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

3 strings of different lengths, 240 cm, 318 cm and 426 cm are to be cut into equal lengths. What is the greatest possible length of each piece?

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