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The person having the largest Erdos number at the end of the conference must have had Erdos number (at that time):

correct answer:-**2**

How many participants in the conference did not change their Erdos number during the conference?

correct answer:-**4**

The Erdos number of C at the end of the conference was:

correct answer:-**2**

The Erdos number of E at the beginning of the conference was:

correct answer:-**3**

How many participants had the same Erdos number at the beginning of the conference?

correct answer:-**2**

In a hospital there were 200 diabetes, 150 hyperglycaemia and 150 gastro-enteritis patients. Of these, 80 patients were treated for both diabetices and hyperglycaemia. Sixty patients were treated for gastro-enteritis and hyperglycaemia, while 70 were treated for diabetes and gastroenteritis. Some of these patients have all the three diseases. Dr. Dennis treats patients with only gastro-enteritis. Dr. Paul is a generalist. Therefore, he can treat patients with multiple diseases. Patients always prefer a specialist for their disease. If Dr. Dennis had 80 patients, then the other three doctors can be arranged in terms of the number of patients treated as:

correct answer:-**4**

How many total oranges were in the basket at the end of the above sequence?

correct answer:-**4**

How many total fruits will be in the basket at the end of the above order sequence?

correct answer:-**3**

The sum of A and B is given by:

correct answer:-**1**

Average of A, B and C is given by:

correct answer:-**4**

Three labeled boxes containing red and white cricket balls are all mislabeled. It is known that one of the boxes contains only white balls and one only red balls. The third contains a mixture of red and white balls. You are required to correctly label the boxes with the labels red, white and red and white by picking a sample of one ball from only one box. What is the label on the box you should sample?

correct answer:-**3**

$$\frac{(2\#1)}{(1 \triangledown 2)}$$ =

correct answer:-**3**

$$\frac{((1\#1) \# 2) - (10^{1.3} \triangledown \log_{10}{0.1})}{1 \triangledown 2}$$

correct answer:-**1**

There were 'x' pigeons and 'y' mynahs in a cage. One fine morning, 'p' birds escaped to freedom. The bird-keeper, knowing only that p = 7, was able to figure out without looking into the cage that at least one pigeon had escaped. Which of the following does not represent a possible (x,y) pair?

correct answer:-**1**