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Find the last unit digit of 55^5 ( Using Euler Theorem)

Course Name: Quantitative Aptitude

  • 1] 4
  • 2] 5
  • 3] 3
  • 4] 8
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1
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(935421 x 625) = ?
  • 1] 575648125
  • 2] 585628125
  • 3] 584638125
  • 4] 584649125
Solution
2
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A six-digit number is formed by repeating a three-digit number; for example, 256256 or 678678 etc. Any number of this form is always exactly divisible by :

  • 1]

    7

  • 2]

    13

  • 3]

    11

  • 4]

    1001

Solution
3
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What will be remainder when (6767 + 67) is divided by 68 ?

  • 1]

    67

  • 2]

    66

  • 3]

    63

  • 4]

    1

Solution
4
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476 ** 0 is divisible by both 3 and 11.The non zero digits in the hundred's and ten's places are respectively:

  • 1] 6 and 2
  • 2] 8 and 2
  • 3] 6 and 5
  • 4] 8 and 5
Solution
5
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The smallest value of n, for which 2n+1 is not a prime number, is

  • 1]

    3

  • 2]

    4

  • 3]

    5

  • 4]

    6

Solution
6
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35 + 15 X 1.5

  • 1] 39.5
  • 2] 43.5
  • 3] 57.5
  • 4] 72.3
Solution
7
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{(476 + 424)^2 - 4 X 476 X 424}

  • 1] (52)^2
  • 2] (53)^3
  • 3] (52)^4
  • 4] (53)^5
Solution
8
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Find the last 2 digit of 7^85 (Using Euler Theorem)

  • 1] 07
  • 2] 77
  • 3] 87
  • 4] 97
Solution
9
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(112 x 54) = ?

  • 1]

    67000

  • 2]

    70000

  • 3]

    76500

  • 4]

    77200

Solution
10
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(?) + 3699 + 1985 - 2047 = 31111

  • 1]

    34748

  • 2]

    27474

  • 3]

    30154

  • 4]

    27574

Solution
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