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Answered on 01 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Which are the best books for the CAT quantitative aptitude by self-study (commerce student)?

Diwakar Ramachandra

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Answered on 01 Sep Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Which book is better for quantitative aptitude - R. S. Aggarwal or Quicker Maths?

anilkumar

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r.s .agarwal is not updated..go to quicker maths

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Answered on 02 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

What is the remainder of 56*32/5?

Shravan

In 56, 5's are 11 and 1/5 gives .2 so 11.2*5 gives 55 1 =56

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Answered on 26 Oct Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

What are the important topics of quantitative aptitude and data interpretation for NMAT?

Pooja s.

Maths Teacher

R.s. aggarwal latest edition is best because that contain latest or previous year questions and this...

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Answered on 01 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

What is the remainder of 1x1! +2x2! +3x3! + +100x100! When divided by 202? (2! =2factorial=2x1)

Mathivanan Palraj

CAT/GMAT Expert

Rewrite the terms: (2-1)*1!+(3-1)*2!+..........+(101-1)*100!= 101!-1! When this is divided by 202, the...

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Answered on 05 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

What is the remainder when 39^42 is divided by 10?

Vibhor Jain

As the whole number is divided by 10 so we need to look only at the units digit of the number i.e. 9^42....

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Answered on 27 Oct Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

What is the simplest way to find the remainder of 13^2013/100?

Mathivanan Palraj

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After applying Euler's theorem, the problem is reduced to 13^13/100 13^2/100->-31 31^6 * 13 Apply binomial...

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Answered on 03 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Does dividing a^(b-1) by b always give 1 as the remainder?

Mathivanan Palraj

CAT/GMAT Expert

Let a=2; b=9; then 2^8=256. When this is divided by 9, the remainder is 4.

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Answered on 03 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

If (1+9+99+999+9,999+99,999+999,999) is divided by 10, what would the remainder be?

Mathivanan Palraj

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The unit digit of the term is 5. Hence, the remainder is 5.

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Answered on 04 Nov Exam Coaching/Quantitative Aptitude

Is there any order in which to prepare the aptitude topics well for a weak student?

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