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Square roots of perfect squares
To find the square root of a perfect square number: We find the first figure by looking at the first figures and we find two possible last figures by looking at the last figure. We find … Continue reading
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Happy New Year 2017
“Sometimes Bad Things That Happen In Our Lives Puts Directly On The Path To Best Things That Will Ever Happen To Us” Nicole Reed. Forget the bad things that happened in your life & remember the good things you … Continue reading
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AFCAT 2015 Question Paper
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Number Theory1
Factorial is an important topic in various competitive exams based quantitative aptitude.Factorial topic finds its application in Permutation and Combinations , Probability , Number theory ,etc… Factorial number or n! is the product of n consecutive natural numbers starting from … Continue reading
Some of important most repeated TCS Questions
Q.1 ) Raju drives slowly along the perimeter of a rectangular park at 24 kmph and completes one full round in 4 minutes. If the ratio of the length to the breadth of the park is 3:2, what are … Continue reading
Power Cycle Concept and its application
In this post , i have given brief introduction to the power cycle concept and its application in finding the last digits of a number raised to another number. I will be writing about it in detail in upcoming … Continue reading
10 Random Quantitative Questions [Solutions]
Q.1 ) If n ! has 281 trailing zeros .What is maximum possible value of n.? Solution : This problem is solved by trail n error method using the formula No of trailing zeros = N/ 5 + N/ 25 … Continue reading
10 Random Quantitative Aptitude Questions
Q.1 ) If n ! has 281 trailing zeros .What is maximum possible value of n.? Q.2) Find the total number of factors , even factors & odd factors of 928. Q.3) Total no of factors that can divide 1728 … Continue reading
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