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Originally Posted by grimreaper oh sorry about that.. inlcude 0 too ... greater than equal to zero...
and yes there is a proper method to do this prob.....
try it... wld post the solution then... just that noone tried it at all...apart from shaunak... so didnt post the solution as of yet......
@all  give it a try Sir, Can u Please post the method as i had used hit n Trial only..
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Originally Posted by shaunak_87 @Grim:
D should be >52 and the values of D will be D=64,128,256 i guess.
Pardon me if i'm wrong... y D should be greater than 52.please explain


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Originally Posted by anjalig y D should be greater than 52.please explain cause D gives remainder 52 with N
now a number smaller than 52 cannot give 52 as a remainder... thats why... hope you got it now...
as in 3 can give only remainders as 0 1 2
while 4 can give 0 1 2 3
same way for D to give 52 as remainder... it should be greater than 52 in the first place

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Originally Posted by grimreaper oh sorry about that.. inlcude 0 too ... greater than equal to zero...
and yes there is a proper method to do this prob.....
try it... wld post the solution then... just that noone tried it at all...apart from shaunak... so didnt post the solution as of yet......
@all  give it a try 5^x will always end in 5 as unit digit
11^x will always end in 1 as unit digit
7's unit digit cycle is 7,9,3,1
3*2^x will have unit digit cycle as 6,2,4,8
5+1+x+y = 8 (8 from 2008)
Addition of any numbers between (7,9,3,1) and (6,2,4,8) will never result in a even number. This decides the p has to be zero.
Now 5^q + 7^r + 11^s = 2005.
The last digit is five now this is possible with the unit digit combination of 5,1 and 9. This determines that r has to be even.
Unable to proceed further 

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Originally Posted by Rajasekaran 5^x will always end in 5 as unit digit
11^x will always end in 1 as unit digit
7's unit digit cycle is 7,9,3,1
3*2^x will have unit digit cycle as 6,2,4,8
5+1+x+y = 8 (8 from 2008)
Addition of any numbers between (7,9,3,1) and (6,2,4,8) will never result in a even number. This decides the p has to be zero.
Now 5^q + 7^r + 11^s = 2005.
The last digit is five now this is possible with the unit digit combination of 5,1 and 9. This determines that r has to be even.
Unable to proceed further you going fine
see 5^x will always be 5 in unit place...
while 11^x will have 1 in unit place...
so these two would give 6...
so all is left is to realise that 7^x shld have 9 as last digit
this is only possi when x is even...that to of form 4x+2 hence def it has to be 7^2 cause else 7^6 is too big..
now said that its simple to see the other two values....
so thats yo question done 
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Originally Posted by shaunak_87 Anjali
when u divide N by D u get a rem of 52. Well the divisor D can't be less than 53....
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Yeah yeah, i'm old now, already 24...
Well, Sir was meant to honour ur capabilities and not age.. hahahah grandpa :P :P eheh kiddin... :P :P.... shaunak dada 

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Originally Posted by grimreaper Pls follow the question numbering.... Q5) How many integral values of x are possible such that 2^70+2^1039+2^x is a perfect square of a whole number
a) two
b) three
c)infinite
d) one
e) four Originally Posted by mohasan02 option (d)
The given expression has three terms and therefore it should be of the form (a+b)^{2} for it to be perfect square.
2^{70} = 2^{2(35)}
2^{x} = 2^{2(y)}
2^{1039} = 2. 2^{35}.2^{y}
Therefore x = 1003
Thus x has a unique value Friends,
Please let me know the solution for this problem.


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Originally Posted by Rajasekaran Friends,
Please let me know the solution for this problem. Sorry didn't notice the solution posted 

Originally Posted by shaunak_87 Ans should be 3
D={64,128,256} well the answer given in d book is 1, however gvn d high error rate ,m nt very sure abt its correctness. plz post d soln..


Originally Posted by grimreaper getting answer as 315 .... nice set of Qs... post ur soln !!


Originally Posted by shaunak_87 Getting 315 = 3^2*5*7 as the No. to u too !! soln plzz ..


Originally Posted by grimreaper you going fine
see 5^x will always be 5 in unit place...
while 11^x will have 1 in unit place...
so these two would give 6...
so all is left is to realise that 7^x shld have 9 as last digit
this is only possi when x is even...that to of form 4x+2 hence def it has to be 7^2 cause else 7^6 is too big..
now said that its simple to see the other two values....
so thats yo question done so wats p+q+r+s... 8?


Q14
The sum of 20 numbers is 801.what is their minimum LCM possible?
a) the numbers may or may not be distinct
b) when the numbers are distinct
ans is 36 and 360 respectively.plz post ur solutions as well..


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Originally Posted by quixotic_me so wats p+q+r+s... 8? no it wld be 9
3*2^0+ 5^4 + 7^2 + 11^3 = 2008


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Originally Posted by quixotic_me plz solve ds one ...
Find the highest natural number N less than 400,such that N can be written as sum of consecutive natural numbers in 11 ways ,but cannot be written as sum of 11 consecutive numbers. See first thing... u gtta knw that a number can be written in the form of n consecutive numbers... .
now how many ways depends on the number of odd factors of the number.
say 15
this has factor 3*5 = hence 4 odd factors...
so it can be written in 3 ways where it is a sum of consecutive numbers.
15= 7+8
15= 4+5+6
15= 1+2+3+4+5 so, Odd factors  1
hence coming to the Q.... we need 11 ways... means that number has 12 factors in all.... as said before... i add one to the number of ways to get the number of odd factors...
so only way i can get 12 factors for a number smaller than 400 is when it is of the form a^2*b^1*c^1 "note... here a,b,c are odd... i can have a number say N= a^2*b^1*c^1 * 2^x but then the number wld be more than 400"
so well i cant have any even number..
now said that... only way i can take 3 odd primes are in the form
3^2*5^1*7^1 any other combo wld exceed 400 hence your answer 315 
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Originally Posted by shaunak_87 Anjali
when u divide N by D u get a rem of 52. Well the divisor D can't be less than 53....
Regards:
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@GRIM
Yeah yeah, i'm old now, already 24...
Well, Sir was meant to honour ur capabilities and not age.. hey Shaunak ,thanks. I realized that it was a silly doubt on my part . sorry for troubling you.





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