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Amazon Quiz Time - Answer & Win ₹1000 Amazon Pay Balance - 16th October 2018
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Question 1. How many total squares does a chessboard have?

Answer. 204

Question 2. Podiatrists are medical professional devoted to the study and medical treatment of _?

Answer. Feet

Question 3. Which Indian state is also known as the ‘Land of rising sun’ because it gets the first sunrise in the country?

Answer. Arunachal Pradesh

Question 4. Who is also called the ‘Birdman of India’?

Answer. Salim Ali

Question 5. He adapted a lecture at the University of Dhaka on the theory of radiation sent it to Albert Einstein who translated it German, and had it published in ‘Zeitschrift für Physik’. Rabindranath Tagore dedicated his only book on science, ‘Visva–Parichay’ to him. Who is he?

Answer. Satyendra Nath Bose

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VU bro

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Tomorrow quiz questions and answers on 17oct 2018

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VU, thanks!

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How is the answer 204 to the first problem? Can somebody please explain.

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204 stands for total squares means possible squares we can make

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Asankhya wrote:

How is the answer 204 to the first problem? Can somebody please explain.

As per my knowledge bro, there are many more different-sized squares on the chessboard so there are total of 204 squares in a chess board.

Considering,

8×8 square = 64

7×7 squares = 49

6×6 squares = 36

5×5 squares = 25

4×4 squares = 16

3×3 squares = 9

2×2 squares = 4

1×1 squares = 1

Therefore, there are actually 64 + 49 + 36 + 25 + 16 + 9 + 4 + 1 squares on a chessboard!

In total 204 squares!!!

Well done! @anuajayan

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Any one got any prize till date?

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TheRealTiger wrote:

Any one got any prize till date?

Till now have not won any thing. Was eligible for prize more then 900 times. But no luck till now.

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TheRealTiger wrote:

Any one got any prize till date?

Blocked accounts have chances to consider for lot (from which they pick). But they won’t give the prize (as for I know prizes of Amazon pay money) to blocked accounts winners.

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Pankaj_ wrote:

As per my knowledge bro, there are many more different-sized squares on the chessboard so there are total of 204 squares in a chess board.

Considering,

8×8 square = 64

7×7 squares = 49

6×6 squares = 36

5×5 squares = 25

4×4 squares = 16

3×3 squares = 9

2×2 squares = 4

1×1 squares = 1

Therefore, there are actually 64 + 49 + 36 + 25 + 16 + 9 + 4 + 1 squares on a chessboard!

In total 204 squares!!!

Well done! @anuajayan

One interesting read!!!…
The wheat and chessboard problem (sometimes expressed in terms of rice grains) is a mathematical problem expressed in textual form as:

If a chessboard were to have wheat placed upon each square such that one grain were placed on the first square, two on the second, four on the third, and so on (doubling the number of grains on each subsequent square), how many grains of wheat would be on the chessboard at the finish?

The problem may be solved using simple addition. With 64 squares on a chessboard, if the number of grains doubles on successive squares, then the sum of grains on all 64 squares is: 1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + … and so forth for the 64 squares. The total number of grains equals 18,446,744,073,709,551,615.

On the entire chessboard there would be 264 − 1 = 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 grains of wheat, weighing about 1,199,000,000,000 metric tons. This is about 1,645 times the global production of wheat in 2014 (729,000,000 metric tons).

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Amazon remained silent for 1 month. We are all answering the quiz but there is no prize. So the cell of amzon has fallen and the trust has gone away from the public. What is the need to prove the quiz of amazon festibal growing seling The people of amazon are crazy

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Thanx Sir👍

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eshoppingfreak wrote:

Bhai, itna julum naa dhaao bechare chessboard pe! Woh toot jaayega biggrin

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How many total squares does a chessboard have?
Answer – 204

2. Podiatrists are medical professional devoted to the study and medical treatment of _?

Answer – Feet

3. Which Indian state is also known as the ‘Land of rising sun’ because it gets the first sunrise in the country?

Answer – Arunachal Pradesh

4. Who is also called the ‘Birdman of India’?

Answer – Salim Ali

5. He adapted a lecture at the University of Dhaka on the theory of radiation sent it to Albert Einstein who translated it German, and had it published in ‘Zeitschrift für Physik’. Rabindranath Tagore dedicated his only book on science, ‘Visva–Parichay’ to him. Who is he?

Answer – Satyendra nath bose

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pls add link

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pls add link

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Thank u

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mera to show hi ni ho raha

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Asankhya wrote:

How is the answer 204 to the first problem? Can somebody please explain.

8*8=64
7*7=49
6*6=36
5*5=25
4*4=16
3*3=9
2*2=4
1*1=1

Add all these and you will get 204

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TheRealTiger wrote:

Any one got any prize till date?

I got once

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Sunasuna wrote:

Till now have not won any thing. Was eligible for prize more then 900 times. But no luck till now.

i won once Rs 1000 as amazon pay balance in Jan-2018

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amitnrw wrote:

i won once Rs 1000 as amazon pay balance in Jan-2018

Gud…

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