quantitative aptitude 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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hold up (someone or something) or hold (someone or something) up
to stop or delay someone or something
The accident held up traffic for over three hours at the border crossing.
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  • Hard can be an adjective or an adverb.
      It's a hard job. (adjective)
      This is very hard bread, (adjective)
      You have to work hard, (adverb)
      (NOT You have to work hardly.)
      Hit it hard, (adverb)
  • Hardly is an adverb. It means 'almost no' or 'almost not'.
      He hardly works at all. ( = He does very little work.)
      I've got hardly any money.
      He knows hardly anything about geography.
    Note that hardly, hardly any, hardly ever etc are much more common than almost not, almost no, almost never etc.
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