• Question

      In how many ways a Cricketer can make a Double century with fours and Sixes only?

      A 6 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      B 7 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      C 8 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      D 17 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
      E 10 Correct Answer Incorrect Answer

      Solution

      The possible number of ways are; Every 3 fours = 2 sixes = 12 runs Therefore, every new combination is in the difference of 12 runs 8 is the lowest score for which fours are required and 200 is the maximum score for which fours are required. Therefore, number of possible ways = ((200-8)/12) + 1 = 17

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