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Re: [2IIM CAT Prep] some doubts

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  • Nachiket Joshi
    Hello Sri, 1. either u can add 91...99 using AP n then divide by 6. or u can individually divide each no by 6 n then add the remainders, n repeat the proc
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      Hello Sri,
      1. either u can add 91...99 using AP n then divide by 6.
      or u can individually divide each no by 6 n then add the remainders, n repeat the proc untill u get the remainder < 6.
      2. i think, no option but to calculate using some shortcuts. like, in each century(< 1000), 2 appears 22 times n so on.
      3.here, actually, we have to find value of n when 1^n and 2^n give the same remainder. (351 and 352 when divided by 7 give remainder 1 n 2 respectively.) Ultimately we have to find that power of 2 which will give remainder 1. (because, for any value of n, 1^n will always give rem as 1.
      so n=3 is the answer.

      On Dec 19, 2007 12:31 AM, sri rangan <ranganece@...> wrote:

      1  What is the reminder when 91 + 92 + 93 + ...... + 99 is divided by 6?

       
       

        2   How many times will the digit '0' appear between 1 and 10,000?
       
       
       
        3  For what value of 'n' will the remainder of 351^n and 352^n be the same when     divided by 7?
                        CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN ME THESE CLEARLY......


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