Quant Quiz 2
Quiz on Algebra
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300! is divisible by (24!)^n. What is the max. possible integral value of n?
Let A denote the set of positive integers each of which when divided by 2,3,4,5, and 6 leaves remainder 1,2,3,4 and 5 resp..How many nos are possible between 0 & 100 ?
There are 8436 steel balls, each with a radius of 1 cm, stacked in a pile, with 1 ball on top, 3 balls in the second layer, 6 balls in the third layer, 10 in the fourth, and so on. The number of horizontal layers in the pile is :
A train travelling at 36 kmph crosses a platform in 20 sec and a man standing on the platform in 10 seconds.What is the length of the platform in metres?
For What values of c does the following system of equations have no solution? 1) 2x+y+3z=4 2) 3x+y-z=5 3) x+y+7z=c
any other than 3
3 or 4
If log10 (y 21) + log10y = 2, which of the following is the value of y?
Find the number of ways in which the letters of the word INCLUDE be permuted so that no two vowels appear together?
What will be the remainder when 1212121212.....300 times is divided by 99?
60% of the students of a class are boys and in an examination , 80% of the girls scored more than 40 marks( out of a maximum of 150 marks )If 60% fo the total students scored more tahn 40 marks in the same examination , find the fraction of boys who score dmore than 40 marks or less.
f f(x) = x^2 + 6 and g(x) = x^3 - 11, then h(x) = f(x) - g(x) is a/an
Neither even nor odd function
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