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Complementary Number Systems
If N = 670 in base 9 system. Then find the radix complement of N.
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Self doubt on factorization
In $900$ how many $(A)$ Number of factors(divisors) are possible$?$ $(B)$ Number of Even factors are possible$?$ $(C)$ Number of Oddfactors are possible$?$ $(D)$ If the number is divisible by $25$ then a number of factors are possible$?$ $(E)$ Sum of factors$?$ $(F)$ Product of factors$?$
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Aptitude: Number System
A man has two sons . To the elder he gave 5/11 of his property,to the younger 5/11 of remainder , the rest to his wife. Find the share of the sons if his wife gets Rs.3600? How to solve these type of questions in less Time (Any Trick) ?
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Find the Last two digits
Find the last two digits of the given number $1) 21^{99} $ $2) 41^{9999} $ $3) 31^{2019} $ $4) 91^{2018!} $
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Number system Doubt
If (4446)x + (2222)x = (10001)x then value of (2342)x  (1656)x = (?)x how to solve these kinds of questions?
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decimal to hexadecimal (any faster method)
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BCD SUM CORRECTION
Q) Let the binary sum after BCD addition is stored in K, Z8, Z4, Z2, and Z1. Then the condition for a correction and output carry can be expressed as C = A) K + Z8 Z4 + Z8 Z2 B) K + Z8 Z4 + Z4 Z2 C) K + Z8 Z2 + Z8 Z1 D) K + Z4 Z2 + Z2 Z1
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2's compliment
2's complement (2's complement) = original number, in above fig in the 2nd stage we get the original number after that we again take 2's compliment?? 3 times 2's complement of input??
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Number system
Q. Find $r_1$ and $r_2$ without using quadratic equation. $(235)_{r_1}= (565)_{10}=(1065)_{r_2}$ a) $r_1=16$ & $r_2=8$ b) $r_1=10$ & $r_2=16$
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ISIMTECHCSE2018
One needs to choose six real numbers $x_1,x_2,....,x_6$ such that the product of any five of them is equal to other number. The number of such choices is $3$ $33$ $63$ $93$
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How to find 4's complement of 7 base 10
How to find 4's complement of $7_{10}$? Approach 1: Convert to base4 and find its radix complement $7_{10} = (13)_4$ Radix complement(4's complement) = $21_4 = 9_{10}$ (result) Approach 2: Convert to base5 and find its diminished ... complement (4's complement) = $(32)_5 = (17)_{10}$ (result) Are these approaches correct? If yes, why different results?!
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Number system divisibility rule
Consider a $3$ digit number All digit are distinct Number is divisible by $7$ After reversing the digit number is also divisible by $7$. How many such numbers are possible? $4$ $5$ $6$ $7$
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ONLINE TEST SERIES
The r ’s compliment of an n digit decimal number N in base r is deﬁned for all values of N except for N = 0. If the given number is (247)9, then its 9’s compliment will be equal to ( _____ )9.
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Online Test series
The r ’s compliment of an ndigit decimal number N in base r is defined for all values of N except for N = 0. If the given number is (247)9, then its 9’s compliment will be equal to ( _____ )9.
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Good question in Number system
If all the $4's$ are replaced by $5,$then sum of all the numbers from $1$ to $100$ wil be equal to$?$ $A)5050$ $B)5090$ $C)5140$ $D)5160$
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UGCNETNov2017II07
The octal equivalent of the binary number 1011101011 is: 1) 7353 2) 1353 3) 5651 4) 5657
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UGCNETNov2017II02
Let m= (313)4 and n= (322)4. Find the base 4 expansion of m+n. 1) (635)4 2) (32312)4 3) (21323)4 4) (1301)4
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UGC NET DEC 2017 PAPER 2 Q 12
The Octal equivalent of the binary number 1011101011 is: (1) 7353 (2) 1353 (3) 5651 (4) 5657
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number system
consider the number: 5324+2342=(7666) of base r what is the value of r: a.8 b.10 c.16 d.>=8
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UGCNETJune2011II1
Any integer composed of $3^{n}$ identical digits divisible by $2^{n}$ $3^{n}$ $5^{n}$ $7^{n}$
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UGCNETDec2013II32
Given that $(292)_{10} = (1204)_x$ in some number system $x$. The base $x$ of that number system is 2 8 10 None of the above
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