Quantitative Aptitude Test 32

Test # 32


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A man whose bowling average is 12.4, takes 5 wickets for 26 runs and thereby decreases his average by 0.4. The number of wickets, taken by him before his last match is :

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pin (someone) down or pin down (someone)
to keep someone from moving, to make someone stay in one place or position
The wrestler won the match after he pinned his opponent down for almost a minute.

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Rules to play One Pocket Pool

Jumping

Players may use jump shots inOne Pocketas long as they are performed with the player s own standard playing cue using legal jumping techniques as defined in General Rules.Specialized jump cues are not permitted inOne Pocket.
Please note that many players, poolrooms and tournament directors have differing opinions on specialized jump cues. It is recommended that players check with their opponent, the house man or the tournament director prior to an important match to come to agreement on whether specialized jump cues shall be permitted or not.

Leave for Let

Don't Say:
Penny didn't leave me to get my book.

Say:
Penny didn't let me get my book.

Note:
Let means to allow Leave means to abandon or to go away from: Do you leave your books at school?
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