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Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers with Explanation

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2015-04-07 04:58:32 
The height of a room is 5m and capacity is 500cu.m. if the room is square how much paper of two metre width is required to cover the walls?
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profileAnanya Jain
2015-05-18 06:45:20 
400 for covering 4 walls.
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2015-05-01 06:31:51 
10? i guess
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2015-04-08 20:15:13 
question is not clear. What is the length of the paper piece mentioned to cover the walls?
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2015-04-02 16:55:02 
you can use these numbers 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15

? +?+ ?+ +?+ ?=30

you can repeat the number many times
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2015-05-30 06:13:33 
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2015-04-20 09:41:07 
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profileTripti Garg
2015-04-17 05:47:14 
The answer is :
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2015-04-08 18:13:44 
I think what he meant is expressing 30 as the sum of 5 numbers from {1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15}

Question does not say if we can use additional operators. Assuming that it is permitted.
3! + 5 + 7 + 11 + 1  is one option if so

if no additional operators are allowed, it is not possible as the sum of odd numbers is always odd when the count of the odd numbers is odd
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2015-04-07 15:44:05 
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