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Newer Syste 27
PRACTICE
EXERCISES
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22. A number N is divisible by 6 but not divisible by
4, Which of the following will not be an integer?
@NB (b)N2 tc)NG td) NID
LE. Ha, band care consecutive positive integers, then
the largest number which always divides (a? +
14 (by 35
©3 d) None of these
(3.134) +(1.866) >
<= (B.134)? ~3.1341.868+ 1.866)"
225 (b) 2.68 fe) L038 (a) 5
=u? is a perfect cube, then which of the follow
sg statement is always true?
a) nis odd
b) miseven
lc) ris a perfect square
{d) mis a perfect cube
+ If (Sx+1y) isa prime number for natural nur
ber values of x and y. then what is the minimum
value of (x + y7?
a2 3 eld
For what values of xis
(a) All real values of «
(b) Odd natural values of x
(©) Even values of x
(@) All the integral values of x
+1 divisible by 13°
Which of the following pumbers lies between 5/6
and 6/7?
(a) TU84 (by 31/42 (c) 129/168 (a) 157/
By multiplying with which of the following num-
bers does the product of 8 x 9 x 10 x 11 x 12
become u periect square’
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1. Whats the difference between the sum of the cubes
and that of squares ofthe first ten natural numbers?
(a) 5.280 (b) 2,640 (c) 3.820 (a) 4.130
i, 13-94 15-21 +... upto 19 terms =x, then x
is alan
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la) odd number
(c) prime nuniber
(b) even number
(@) irrational number
Whatisthe unit's digitof 219212347 xa6°x77
4 8 16 @2
the unit's digit in. the product (47n x 729 x 345,
x 343)is 5, whatis the maximum number of values
that n may take?”
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In bow many ways can 846 be resolved into two
factors? .
(a9 byt
(©) 6 (d) None of these
If a number is divided by 15, it eaves a remainder
of 7. If thrice the number is divided by 5, then
what is the remainder?
(5 (b)6
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A number when divided by 391 gives a remain
der of 49, Find the remainder when it is divided
by 39.
(@) 10 m9
cnn (4) Cannot be determined
and q are two prime numbers such that p < q-<
50. In how many cases would (g + p) be also a
prime number?
(6
7 (d) None of these
How many distinct factor
cubes?
@3 4 6 @2
of 1,600 are perfect
The LCM of 96,144 and Vis 576. If their HCF is
48, then which of the following can be one of the
values of N?
(a) 168 (b) 192
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If p and q are consecutive natural numbers (in
increasing order), then which of the following is
crue?
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(b) 2p>p
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= 1951 js not divisible by
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Which of the following will divide 1
tay Hand 12 (b) 11 and 10
ce) 10 and 12 (@ 1 only
Ifa, 6, cand d are consecutive odd numbers, then
(02+ B+ c2 + d2) is always divisible by
(Oe Oe oe @4
Four bells toll at intervals of 14. 21 and 42 min
respectively. If they toll together at 11.22 ast.
when will they toll together for the first time after
that?
(a) 11.56 a.m,
(©) 12.06 ra
(b) 12.04 pa
(@) 11.48 as
5. When xis divided by 6, remainder obtained is 3
Find the remainder when xf +28 +2 +a # Lis
divided by 6.
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Thave 77 sweets and I want to distribute them
equally among 2+ students. After each of
dent got maximum integral sweets, how many
stu
sweets are left with me?
@s (b) 5
1 (@) None of these
When I distribute some chocolates to my 40
students, three chocolates will be left. 1T distribute
the same numer of chocolates to my students and
my colleague Manoj Dawrani, seven chocolates
are left, Find the minimum number of chocolates
Thhave.
(a) 1443 (b) 1.476
(©) 1,480, (a) None of these
Q28,
Qu.
Q3I
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The LCM of two numbers is 40 times their HC
‘The sum of the LCM and HCF is 1,476. If one of
the numbers is 288. find the other numbers?
{ay 169 (b) 180 (©) 240 (a) 260
010101 ... 94 digits is a 94 digits number. What
will be the remainder obtained when this number
is divided by 3757
(a) 10
) 40
(b) 320
(d) None of these
Hnandrabhal adds first N natural numbers and
finds the sum to be 1,850. But actually one
rumbers was added twice by mistake. Find the
difference between N and that number.
40 33 60)
When I distribute a packet of chocolate to 7
students, I am left with 4 chocolates. When I
distribute the same packet of chocolate t0 11
students, I am left with 6 chocolates. How many
chocolates will be left with me if I distribute the
same packet of chocolate among 13 students (a
packet of chocolate contains total number of
chocolates N, 1000