A man travels a total distance of 30.8 km in 5 hours. To cover this distance, he had walked part of the time at 3.4 kmph, and cycled for the rest at 8 kmph. How much distance did he cycle?

Every day, a factory making dolls sends 1046 dolls to the town market and 2344 dolls to markets in other states. We know that a little more than 577 dolls are remaining in the factory. If we know that the factory makes a perfect square number of dolls every day, what is the smallest possible number of dolls remaining in the factory?

Ayuka alone can do a piece of work in ^@ 32 ^@ days and Kozue alone can do the same work in ^@ 28 ^@ days. If Kozue works for ^@ 7 ^@ days and then leaves, then in how many days can Ayuka alone finish the remaining work^@?^@

The graph below shows the average daily circulation (in thousands) of two newspapers (A and B) for ten years. Find the average daily circulation of A in the year the when combined average daily circulation was minimum.

In a ^@3^@-digit number, the hundreds digit is ^@twice^@ the tens digit while the units digit is ^@thrice^@ the tens digit. Also, the sum of its digits is ^@12^@. Find the number.

Akira purchased 1440 tube-lights for his shop at ¥32 each. During transportation 288 tube-lights got damaged, and he sold remaining tube-lights at the price of ¥36 each. Find overall profit/loss in percentage.

A shopkeeper sells two qualities of tea at the rates of ¥16.5 per kg. and ¥24 per kg, gaining 10% and 20% profit respectively. If he mixes the two variants in the ratio 4:1 and sells the mixture at ¥12.8 per kg., what is his gain% or loss%?

There are a total of 16 chocolates - 4 each in the flavors of mango, grape, banana and strawberry. There are also 5 children. If each child is allowed to choose their own favorite flavor, what is the probability that all of them will get flavors of their choice?