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How many numbers with distinct digits are possible product of whose digits is 28?
A page is torn from a novel. The sum of the remaining page numbers is 10000. What is the sum of the two page-numbers on the torn page of this novel?
A 4-digit number of the form aabb is a perfect square. What is the value of a - b?
What are the last two digits of the number 7^{45}?
n^{2} + 5n + 6 is a multiple of 6. n is natural number less than 100. How many values can n take?
[x] is the greatest integer less than or equal to x. Find the number of positive integers n such that [\\frac{n}{11}\\)] = [\\frac{n}{13}\\)] .
Positive numbers 1 to 55, inclusive are placed in 5 groups of 11 numbers each. What is the maximum possible average of the medians of the 5 groups?
N is an 80-digit positive integer (in the decimal scale). All digits except the 44^{th} digit (from the left) are 2. If N is divisible by 13, find the 44^{th} digit?
A number 4^{16} + 1 is divisible by x. Which among the following is also divisible by x?
Which among the following is the smallest 7 digit number that is exactly divisible by 43?
How many 3-digit positive integers, with digits a, b and c exist such that a < b and c < b? Assume that a is in hundred's place, b is in ten's place, c is in unit's place and a is a non-zero digit.
The Questions that follow, are from actual CAT papers. If you wish to take them separately or plan to solve actual CAT papers at a later point in time, It would be a good idea to stop here.
If \(a\) and \(b\) are non-negative real numbers such that \(a+2 b=6\), then the average of the maximum and minimum possible values of \((a+b)\) is
Let \(a\) and \(b\) be natural numbers. If \(a^2+a b+a=14\) and \(b^2+a b+b=28\), then \((2 a+b)\) equals
A four-digit number is formed by using only the digits 1, 2 and 3 such that both 2 and 3 appear at least once. The number of all such four-digit numbers is
For a 4-digit number, the sum of its digits in the thousands, hundreds and tens places is 14, the sum of its digits in the hundreds, tens and units places is 15, and the tens place digit is 4 more than the units place digit. Then the highest possible 4-digit number satisfying the above conditions is
The natural numbers are divided into groups as (1), (2, 3, 4), (5, 6, 7, 8, 9), ….. and so on. Then, the sum of the numbers in the 15th group is equal to
How many three-digit numbers are greater than 100 and increase by 198 when the three digits are arranged in the reverse order?
Let N, x and y be positive integers such that N = x + y, 2 < x < 10 and 14 < y < 23. If N > 25, then how many distinct values are possible for N?
How many pairs (a,b) of positive integers are there such that a ≤ b and ab = 4^{2017}?
If x and y are positive real numbers satisfying x + y = 102, then the minimum possible value of 2601(1 + \\frac{1}{x}))(1 + \\frac{1}{y})) is
How many 4-digit numbers, each greater than 1000 and each having all four digits distinct, are there with 7 coming before 3?
How many 3-digit numbers are there, for which the product of their digits is more than 2 but less than 7?
The mean of all 4 digit even natural numbers of the form 'aabb', where a>0, is
Among 100 students, x_{1} have birthdays in January, x_{2} have birthdays in February, and so on. If x_{0} = max(x_{1}, x_{2}, ..., x_{12}), then the smallest possible value of x_{0} is
If a, b and c are positive integers such that ab = 432, bc = 96 and c < 9, then the smallest possible value of a + b + c is
In a six-digit number, the sixth, that is, the rightmost, digit is the sum of the first three digits, the fifth digit is the sum of first two digits, the third digit is equal to the first digit, the second digit is twice the first digit and the fourth digit is the sum of fifth and sixth digits. Then, the largest possible value of the fourth digit is [TITA]
If the sum of squares of two numbers is 97, then which one of the following cannot be their product?
How many two-digit numbers, with a non-zero digit in the units place, are there which are more than thrice the number formed by interchanging the positions of its digits?
While multiplying three real numbers, Ashok took one of the numbers as 73 instead of 37. As a result, the product went up by 720. Then the minimum possible value of the sum of squares of the other two numbers is: [TITA]
The numbers 1, 2,..., 9 are arranged in a 3 X 3 square grid in such a way that each number occurs once and the entries along each column, each row, and each of the two diagonals add up to the same value. If the top left and the top right entries of the grid are 6 and 2, respectively, then the bottom middle entry is: [TITA]
If the product of three consecutive positive integers is 15600 then the sum of the squares of these integers is
How many different pairs (a, b) of positive integers are there such that a ≤ b and \\frac{1}{a}) + \\frac{1}{b}) = \\frac{1}{9}) ? [TITA]
The Questions that follow, are from actual XAT papers. If you wish to take them separately or plan to solve actual XAT papers at a later point in time, It would be a good idea to stop here.
When expressed in a decimal form, which of the following numbers will be nonterminating as well as non-repeating?
A shop sells bags in three sizes: small, medium and large. A large bag costs Rs.1000, a medium bag costs Rs.200, and a small bag costs Rs.50. Three buyers, Ashish, Banti and Chintu, independently buy some numbers of these types of bags. The respective amounts spent by Ashish, Banti and Chintu are equal. Put together, the shop sells 1 large bag, 15 small bags and some medium bags to these three buyers. What is the minimum number of medium bags that the shop sells to them?
Consider the four variables A, B, C and D and a function Z of these variables,Z = 15A^{2} − 3B^{4} + C + 0.5D. It is given that A, B, C and D must be non-negative integers and that all of the following relationships must hold:
i) 2A + B ≤ 2
ii) 4A + 2B + C ≤ 12
iii) 3A + 4B + D ≤ 15 If Z needs to be maximised, then what value must D take?
Given that a and b are integers and that 5 + 2√7 is a root of the polynomial x^{2} – ax + b + 2√7 in x, what is the value of b?
We have two unknown positive integers m and n, whose product is less than 100.
There are two additional statement of facts available:
1. mn is divisible by six consecutive integers { j, j + 1,...,j + 5 }
2. m + n is a perfect square.
Which of the two statements above, alone or in combination shall be sufficient to determine the numbers m and n?
Find the value of the expression: 10 + 10^{3} + 10^{6} + 10^{9}
X and Y are the digits at the unit's place of the numbers (408X) and (789Y) where X ≠ Y. However, the digits at the unit's place of the numbers (408X)63 and (789Y)85 are the same. What will be the possible value(s) of (X + Y)?
Example: If M = 3 then the digit at unit's place of the number (2M) is 3 (as the number is 23) and the digit at unit's place of the number (2M)2 is 9 (as 232 is 529).
This question is followed by two statements. These statements provide data that mayhelp answer the respective questions. Read the questions and the statements and determine if the data provided by the statements is sufficient or insufficient, on their own or together, to answer the questions.
Accordingly, choose the appropriate option given below the questions.
Harry and Sunny have randomly picked 5 cards each from a pack of 10 cards, numbered from 1 to 10. Who has randomly picked the card with number 2 written on it?
Statement I: Sum of the numbers on the cards picked by Harry is 5 more than that of Sunny.
Statement II: One has exactly four even numbered cards while the other has exactly four odd numbered cards.
The Questions that follow, are from actual IPMAT papers. If you wish to take them separately or plan to solve actual IPMAT papers at a later point in time, It would be a good idea to stop here.
If * = +, / = -, + = *, - = / then 43 * 561 + 500 - 100 / 10 = ?
John's present age is one fourth of his father's age two years ago. John's father's age will be twice Raman's age after 10 years. If Raman's 12th birthday was celebrated 2 years ago, then what is John's present age?
Simplification: \25^{(2.7)} \times 5^{(4.2)} \div 5^{(5.4)} = ?\\)
18800 / 470 / 20
In a four-digit number, the product of thousands digit and units digit is zero while their difference is 7. Product of the middle digits is 18 . The thousands digit is as much more than the units digit as the hundreds digit is more than the tens digit. The four-digit number is __________.
Assume that all positive integers are written down consecutively from left to right as in 1234567891011...... The 6389^{th} digit in this sequence is
The number of pairs of integers whose sums are equal to their products is
How many different numbers can be formed by using only the digits 1 and 3 which are smaller than 3000000 ?
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