Quiz Discussion

If the product of four consecutive natural numbers increased by a natural number p, is a perfect square, then the value of p is = ?

Course Name: Quantitative Aptitude

  • 1] 1
  • 2] 2
  • 3] 4
  • 4] 8
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1
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Solved \( \root 4 \of {{{\left( {625} \right)}^3}} = ?\)

 

  • 1]

    \( \root 3 \of {1875} \)

  • 2]

    25

  • 3]

    125

  • 4]

    None of these

Solution
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\(\left( {\frac{{\sqrt {625} }}{{11}} \times \frac{{14}}{{\sqrt {25} }} \times \frac{{11}}{{\sqrt {196} }}} \right){\kern 1pt} \)     is equal to :

 

  • 1] 5
  • 2] 6
  • 3] 8
  • 4] 11
Solution
3
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The number of digits in the square root of 625685746009 is = ?

  • 1] 4
  • 2] 5
  • 3] 6
  • 4] 7
Solution
4
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While solving a mathematical problem, Samidha squared a number and then subtracted 25 from it rather than the required i.e., first subtracting 25 from the number and then squaring it. But she got the right answer. What was the given number ?

  • 1] 13
  • 2] 38
  • 3] 48
  • 4] Cannot be determined
  • 5] None of these
Solution
5
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Find the square root of 3 upto three decimal places

  • 1]

    1.732

  • 2]

    2.732

  • 3]

    1.222

  • 4]

    1.414

Solution
6
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Given \(\sqrt 2 = 1.414.\)   Then the value of \(\sqrt 8\)  + \(2\sqrt {32} \)  -  \(3\sqrt {128}\)  + \(4\sqrt {50}\)   is = ?

 

  • 1] 8.426
  • 2] 8.484
  • 3] 8.526
  • 4] 8.876
Solution
7
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The cube root of .000216 is:

  • 1] .6
  • 2] .06
  • 3] 77
  • 4] 87
Solution
8
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\(99 \times 21 - \root 3 \of ? = 1968\)

 

  • 1] 1367631
  • 2] 111
  • 3] 1366731
  • 4] 1367
Solution
9
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\({\left( {\sqrt 3 - \frac{1}{{\sqrt 3 }}} \right)^2}\) simplifies to:

  • 1]

    3/4

  • 2]

    \(\frac{4}{{\sqrt 3 }}\)

  • 3]

    4/3

  • 4]

    None of these

Solution
10
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Given that \(\sqrt {13} = 3.605\)   and \(\sqrt {130} = 11.40\)  . find the value of \(\sqrt {1.30} \)  + \(\sqrt {1300}\)  + \(\sqrt {0.0130} \)   = ?

 

  • 1] 36.164
  • 2] 36.304
  • 3] 37.164
  • 4] 37.304
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