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Make sums equal: Mathematics puzzle 2

[The following Maths puzzle is sent by Mr.S.Muraleedharan, who has worked as a Maths Teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust for several years. The author conducts motivational sessions both for students and teachers. He handles the column “Work it Out” for school children in Deccan Chronicle. The answer to the puzzle can be seen by clicking on the link “Click here for answers” at the end of the page.]

Puzzle 2: Eight numbered bricks are arranged vertically in two columns as shown below. Can you make the sum of the numbers in each column equal by just changing the position of one brick?

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Find the multiplier and the product: Mathematics puzzle 1

[The following Maths puzzle is sent by Mr.S.Muraleedharan, who has worked as a Maths Teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust for several years. The author conducts motivational sessions both for students and teachers. He handles the column “Work it Out” for school children in Deccan Chronicle. The answer to the puzzle can be seen by clicking on the link “Click here for answers” at the end of the page.]

Puzzle 1: If the number formed by 8 digits from 9 to 2, is multiplied by one of those digits, then the product is a number which has a digit repeated nine times. Can you find the multiplier and the product?

98765432 x ______ = ______________________

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Career Options For Science, Arts And Commerce Students

CAREER OPTIONS FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS
B.Sc. COURSES
B.Sc. Biotechnology
B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences
B.Sc. Life sciences
B.Sc. Hospitality studies
B.Sc. Medical technology
B.Sc. Biotechnology
B.Sc. Genetics
B.Sc. Home sciences
B.Sc. Micro biology
B.Sc. Medical lab technology
B.Sc. Nursing
B.Sc. Zoology
B.Sc. Botany
B.Sc. Chemistry

Students who have opted for Biology in PCB group in 12th Science can go for Medical Courses.
MEDICAL COURSES
BHMS
MBBS
BAMS
BUMS
BDS
B.Sc. Optometry
B.Sc. Medical lab technology
B.Sc. Physiotherapy

Students who have opted for Mathematics in PCM group in 12th Science can go for Engineering Couress.
ENGINEERING COURSES
Aeronautical engineering
Automobile engineering
Biotechnology engineering
Civil engineering
Computer engineering
Chemical engineering
Electrical engineering
EC engineering
Electronics and telecommunication engineering
Genetic engineering
IC engineering
IT engineering
Mechanical engineering
Marine engineering
Petroleum engineering

CAREER OPTIONS FOR ARTS STUDENTS
Graduate diploma in print and web, broadcast or multimedia Journalism
3D Animation
Advance Diploma in 3D Animation- Professional
Advance Diploma in Fashion Designing
Advance Diploma in Fashion Designing
Advance Diploma in Interior Designing
Advance Hair Diploma Holder
Advanced Diploma in 3d Animation
Advanced Diploma in Digital Animation (Diploma in VFX & Animation)
Advanced Diploma in Multimedia
Advanced Editing
Air Hostess
Anchoring C.I.N.E.M.A (Cosmic Institution of Neo Entertainment, Media & Arts)
Artistic-Basic Jewellery Design Program
B.A. Programme with Functional Hindi
B.Sc. Degree in Fashion, Interior and Textile Design

CAREER OPTIONS FOR COMMERCE STUDENTS
Master of Business Administration
Chartered Accountancy
Cost Accountant
Company Secretary
Chartered Financial Analyst

Apart from the streams mentioned above one can also seek careers in marketing, advertising, banking, business consulting and law. So just realize what do you want and go ahead.

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