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Question of the day:

A number when divided by the sum of 555 and 445 gives two times their difference as quotient and 30 as remainder. The number is

A. 22030

B. 220030

C. 23030

D. 24030

Question of the day:

The greatest number by which the product of three consecutive multiples of 3 is always

A. 54

B. 81

C. 162

D. 143

Price Elasticity of Demand is Infinity ( ed = Infinity )

Change in Quantity Demanded will not change the price.

This is also called as Perfectly Elastic Demand Curve

Example:- Seasonal Goods

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Elasticity Of Demand Greater Than 1 (ed>1)

Elasticity Of Demand Less Than 1 (ed < 1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 1 (ed = 1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 0 (ed = 0 )

Price Elasticity of Demand is Zero ( ed = 0 )

Any Change in Price will not lead to any change in Quantity.

It is also called as Perfectly Inelastic Demand Curve.

Examples:- Medicines, Salt, etc.

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Elasticity Of Demand Greater Than 1 (ed>1)

Elasticity Of Demand Less Than 1 (ed < 1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 1 (ed = 1)

Elasticity Of Demand Is Infinity (ed = Infinity)

Elasticity of Demand Equal to 1 ( ed=1 )

When the ratio of Change in Price is equal to the ratio of change in Demand, then ed=1

It is also called as Unitary elastic/unit elastic.

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Elasticity Of Demand Greater Than 1 (ed>1)

Elasticity Of Demand Less Than 1 (ed<1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 0 (ed = 0)

Elasticity Of Demand Is Infinity (ed = Infinity)

Question of the day:

Which of the following is a prime number

A. 9

B. 3

C. 4

D. 8

Elasticity of Demand Less than 1 ( ed<1 )

A big change in Price, leads to small change in Demand. It is also called as Less Elastic Demand Curve.

Examples: All Necessity Goods.

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Elasticity Of Demand Greater Than 1 (ed>1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 1 (ed = 1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 0 (ed = 0)

Elasticity Of Demand Is Infinity (ed = Infinity)

Elasticity Of Demand Greater Than 1 (ed>1)

This occurs when a small Change in price leads to big change in Demand.

This is also called as Highly Elastic Demand Curve.

Example:- Luxury Goods.

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Elasticity Of Demand Less Than 1 (ed<1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 1 (ed = 1)

Elasticity Of Demand Equal To 0 (ed = 0)

Elasticity Of Demand Is Infinity (ed = Infinity)

Given below is a series of five figures. Out of the four figures labeled A, B, C and D one of the

figures is not correct in the series. (Assume the figure labeled X is correctly put in the series)

Which one of the four figures labeled out of A, B, C and D is incorrectly placed in the series?

A. 60 B. 58 C. 46 D. 72 X. 14

Question of the day:

A passenger train running at the speed of 80km/hr leaves the railway station 6 hours after a goods train leaves and overtakes it in 4 hours. The speed of the goods train is:

(A) 32 km/hr

(B) 40 km/hr

(C) 50 km/hr

(D) 60 km/hr

Question of the day:

1200 amounts to 1632 in 4 years at a certain rate of simple interest. If the rate of interest is increased by 1%, it would amount to how much?

(A) 1635

(B) 1644

(C) 1670

(D) 1680

Question of the day:

How many digits in all are required to write numbers from 1 to 50?

(A) 100

(B) 92

(C) 91

(D) 50

Question of the day:

The length of the intercept of the graph of the equation 9x – 12y = 108 between the two axes is

(A) 15 units

(B) 9 units

(C) 12 units

(D) 18 units

Question of the day:

If there is a reduction in the number of workers in a factory in the ratio 15 : 11 and an increment in their wages in the ratio 22 : 25, then the ratio by which the total wages of the workers should be decreased is

(A) 6 : 5

(B) 5 : 6

(C) 3 : 7

(D) 3 : 5

A. 1

B. 2

C. 5

D. None of these

A. sqrt(368)

B. sqrt(481)

C. sqrt(292)

D. sqrt(461)

Question of the day:

A reduction of 10% in the price of wheat enables a man to buy 50 gram of wheat more for a rupee. How much wheat could originally be had for a rupee ?

(A) 400 grams

(B) 500 grams

(C) 450 grams

(D) 350 grams