- answer(145)let the number is xas we know that number- 13x+2 or x=13-2=11 so that,number=divider*divident+remainder or11*13+2=145so that in case of 2nd term as same like above17x+9 or x = 17-9 =8after that, 8*17+9=145so,145 is ans.
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- 1a.
- Re: Numbers From: ponmalargs_cse
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- Re: Numbers From: prakash awasthy

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- Re: Numbers ques From: ashok_rrsa
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- Re: Numbers ques From: sunil singla

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- Re: (unknown) From: Rahil Sahu

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- Re: Quant Numbers ques From: Rahul Jain

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- 1a.
## Re: Numbers

### Posted by: "ponmalargs_cse" ponmalargs@... ponmalargs_cse

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:03 am (PDT)

hi,

answer for 1 question is 8

Number of ways a number can be expressed as a product of two co-primes is 2^(n-1) (^ - power, n - different prime factors of d number).

here 24700=13*19* 5*5*2*2

n=4

so 2^3 = 8

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## Re: Numbers

### Posted by: "prakash awasthy" prakash.awasthy@... prak_awasthy

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:03 am (PDT)

hi maha lakshmi

as vimlesh said answer 87 is right method to get is...

Number ca be written as 13d1+9 = 17d2+2

or 13d1+7 = 17*d2......

so we have to find a smallest value of d1 such that 13d1+7 ..is copletly

divisible by 17...

we get this value for d1=6...that is 13*6+7==85

but this 85 == 13d1+7..and our number was 13d1+9....so the required smallest

no. is 87....

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## Re: doubt

### Posted by: "Rahul Jain" championishere007@... championishere007

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:03 am (PDT)

The correct answer is 741. You need to remove all the points on the

hypotenuse so formed, and the other two sides also.

Its forms a triangle with a total of [(1/2 * 41*41)] = 840.5 area or approx

841 points. Now, the hypotenuse is of length = sqrt(41^2 + 41^2) . Then

subtract the other sides and you get the final answer as 741 :)

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> Subject: Re: [2IIM CAT Prep] doubt

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> Date: Monday, 15 June, 2009, 11:45 AM

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> Half of points in square formed by (0,0) (41,0) (0,41) (41,41)

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## Re: doubt

### Posted by: "ManMohanPuri" mmpuri@... purimmpuri

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:04 am (PDT)

The integer point plotted in a square on this x and y axis are ;

x=( 1 to 40)

y =(1 to 40)

total point plotted in a square on this x and y axis are =40 X 40

=1600

integer point plotted o the diagnol of this square :

x= (1 ---40)

y= (40----1)

integer point plotted on the diagnol of this square :(x,y) are (1,41),(2,39) -----

40 integer point plotted on the diagnol of this square

The integer point plotted in a square on this x and y axis less 40 integer point plotted on the diagnol of this square are the integral points in the square to be divided by 2 will give integer point plotted on the triangle in the question

1600-40=1560

1560/2=780=Answer

THE INTEGER POINTS PLOTTED IN H

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>The integer points which can be plotted are (1,1),(1,2), (1,3).... ......... ....(1,39) ,(2,1),(2,2) ,(2,3)... ......... ......(2, 38)...... ........last would be (39,1)

>The total sum is equal to 39+38+...... .1

>39*40/2=780

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## Re: Numbers ques

### Posted by: "ashok_rrsa" ashok_rrsa@... ashok_rrsa

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:04 am (PDT)

--- In ascent4cat@yahoogro ups.com, gagan kumar <gagan_ks@.. .> wrote:

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SOLUTION-

as u know minimum no. of multiple is 1 and maximum multiple is 1000/7=142 then 7(1+2+3+4+.. .....142) = 142/2[2*1+(142- 1)1]=10153, answer

- 3b.
## Re: Numbers ques

### Posted by: "sunil singla" sunil_singla2004@... sunil_singla2004

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:04 am (PDT)

multiples of seven

are 7,14,21,.... ......... 994

sum is 7*(1+2+3+4+5+ ......... ..+142)

= 7*142*143/2

= 71071

--- On Mon, 7/20/09, gagan kumar <gagan_ks@yahoo. co.in> wrote:

From: gagan kumar <gagan_ks@yahoo. co.in>

Subject: [2IIM CAT Prep] Numbers ques

To: ascent4cat@yahoogro ups.com

Date: Monday, July 20, 2009, 9:46 AM

How to get sum of all multiple of 7 between 1 to 1000. Any formula??

~Gagan

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## Re: (unknown)

### Posted by: "Rahil Sahu" rahilsahu@... rahilsahu

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:04 am (PDT)

Hi kapil,

a+b+c+d do 1/20th of the work in a day.

1/4th work takes 5 days.

After A left, additional 6 days required. Hence b+c+d take (15+6) = 21 days for 3/4th work

b+c+d do 3/4*1/21 of the work in a day ==> b+c+d will complete the whole of work in 28 days

1/2 work now takes 5 + 7 = 12 days

B left,additional 4 days required. Hence c+d take (14 + 4) = 18 days for 1/2 work

c+d do 1/2*1/18 of the work in a day ==> c+d will complete the whole work in 36 days.

3/4 work now takes 5+7+9 = 21days

C left. addtional 2 days required. Hence d takes 9+2 = 11days to do 1/4th work

d will take 1 / (1/4 *1/11) = 44 days to complete whole work.

1/c + 1/d = 1/36

1/c + 1/44 = 1/36

c= 198 days

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Sent: Sunday, 19 July, 2009 1:31:50 PM

Subject: [2IIM CAT Prep] (unknown)

hi all.....

A+B+C+D cn together do a peice of work in 20days.

after 1/4th of work is complete A left & 6 more days r needed to complete job.

after 1/2th ,, ,, ,,, ,, B,, ,, 4 ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,, ,, ,,

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In how many days'll C finish the job alone??????

Good Day

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- 5a.
## Re: Quant Numbers ques

### Posted by: "Rahul Jain" championishere007@... championishere007

#### Mon Aug 24, 2009 3:06 am (PDT)

If the sum of the digits is equal to 9, the number is a multiple of 9. Now

find the first multiple of 9 that comes after 1000. It would be 1008. Now

count the last one ending before 10000 and that has to be 9999.

The respective quotients are 112 and 1111. Hence, the total numbers having

sum of digits as 9 is (1111-112+1) = 1000. The method by Narayana Reddy can

be flawed at times wen the number just starts with a multiple of 9 and ends

with one, but the above method is full proof. :)

Cheers:)

Rahul

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> > b) 132

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