Look at this series: 2, 1, (1/2), (1/4), … What number should come next?
Answer & Explanation
Answer: Option B
This is a simple division series; each number is one-half of the previous number.
In other terms to say, the number is divided by 2 successively to get the next result.
4/2 = 2
2/2 = 1
1/2 = 1/2
(1/2)/2 = 1/4
(1/4)/2 = 1/8 and so on.
The members of the Rajya Sabha are elected by
elected members of the legislative assembly
elected members of the legislative council
Answer & Explanation
Answer: Option C
Members of Rajya Sabha are elected by the elected members of the Assemblies of States and Union territories in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote.
1. The ratio of width of our National flag to its length is
Answer: Option B
The National Flag of India is a horizontal tricolour of deep saffron [kesaria] at the top, white in the middle & dark green at the bottom in equal proportion. The ratio of width of the flag to its length is 2 to 3. In the centre of the white band of the Indian National Flag, there is a navy blue wheel which represents the chakra. Its design is that of the wheel which appears on the abacus of the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka. Its diameter comes close to the width of the white band & it has twenty four spokes. The design of the National Flag of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 22 July 1947.
1. Ordinary table salt is sodium chloride. What is baking soda?
Answer: Option D
Love Marriage ya Arrange Marriage. Comment your views
i prefer love marriage.. because its better to know the person well whom you are going to get married & will be staying with, for the rest of your life…,rather than marrying a person whom you hardly know.
2)Rishi Peswani says..I would agree with the love marriage.coz in dat we knw each other bfr nly v.well our comtabilities with each other where as in arranged one we get to know each other v.less max to max for 1 year dan marriage.. N also nwadays arrangd marriages are getting divorcd most of the times coz dis genetratn is diffr.. We aree impatatient though bfr arranged marriages wer successful bt now day are not..
3)Nimesh Shah“Interesting..haha.. My vote goes to BOTH ,of course (Either way its a marriage 😉 )..!!First lets take…Umm.. (alphabetically )
1) Worked out traditionally and followed ancestrally..
2) In case something goes wrong, Blame the parents..!!! #yes, finally some1 to blame..
3) Arrey yaar.. Marriage in India..!! Need to say more..
We celebrate as if there is no tomorrow.. THE BIG FAT INDIAN WEDDING..!!
4) It would be like a fairy tale.. who knows?? Getting know a complete stranger and falling in love with him/her.. Everyday would be a mystery..!
1) Chances of Less or no understanding between the couple..
2) No secret outings without parents knowledge.. Fun angle missing, isn’t it ?!!!!
I really dont wanna add more disadvantages .. 😛
Love Marriage.. <3 <3
1) Works well for the modern life..!
2) Love in the air , of course…;)
3) Occasional eye locks , and background music…:P
4) Better understanding..!
5) Chance to understand their children’s love (incase) too… 😀
1) Parents objection and heartbreak in most of the cases..
2) Too much love and understanding also hurts sometimes.. *ouch*
Disclaimer: I’m a 20 year old and I’M SINGLE… I don’t have a lot of idea about all these.. Just used my tiny brain for writing this.. It may or may not be true.. So please ignore if it sounds like shit..!!!! :P”
The winner for BMS Gyaani Contest of the day is Pramila Jacob
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