Any specific topic, Aditya? Number Theory is pretty vast ðŸ™‚ I have already discussed remainders and P&C in some detail, and plan to talk about the pigeonhole principle at some time in the future…

Sir, it would be very helpful if you discuss few questions on the application of:
1.Euler’s theorem on Remainders.
2.Fermat’s little theorem.
3.Wilson theorem.
4.Questions on HCF and LCM, as in: how to find hcf and lcm of : 2222….(30 times) and 33333…(70 times).
Thanks a ton.

Aditya, these topics are way beyond CAT level. I have briefly mentioned Fermat’s little theorem (and the Chinese Remainder Approach) in a couple of earlier posts, but I believe that they are way beyond what is needed for a CAT/XAT. Ditto for Euler’s and Wilson’s (I have never seen a problem that needed these theorems, and I have been seeing the CAT since, oh, 15 years? HCF and LCM one, I will try, but it might not happen before this year’s CAT as I have some stuff planned for the coming weeks….

1.total no. of factors.
2. ways in which no. can be written as a product of two even no.(or one even and one odd no.)
Plz explain the process (steps involved in this).

amazing problems… solving them using equations would be equal to 2 month worth practice of equations.

Sir, please also cover number theory

Any specific topic, Aditya? Number Theory is pretty vast ðŸ™‚ I have already discussed remainders and P&C in some detail, and plan to talk about the pigeonhole principle at some time in the future…

regards

J

Sir, it would be very helpful if you discuss few questions on the application of:

1.Euler’s theorem on Remainders.

2.Fermat’s little theorem.

3.Wilson theorem.

4.Questions on HCF and LCM, as in: how to find hcf and lcm of : 2222….(30 times) and 33333…(70 times).

Thanks a ton.

Aditya, these topics are way beyond CAT level. I have briefly mentioned Fermat’s little theorem (and the Chinese Remainder Approach) in a couple of earlier posts, but I believe that they are way beyond what is needed for a CAT/XAT. Ditto for Euler’s and Wilson’s (I have never seen a problem that needed these theorems, and I have been seeing the CAT since, oh, 15 years? HCF and LCM one, I will try, but it might not happen before this year’s CAT as I have some stuff planned for the coming weeks….

1.total no. of factors.

2. ways in which no. can be written as a product of two even no.(or one even and one odd no.)

Plz explain the process (steps involved in this).

Sorry, I found the post.

one word: WOW

i think answer for above question should be 8:1 instead of 7:1.

Explained clearly ðŸ™‚ Thanks for the post!

Julie had been running for 120 min. Why v have taken that as 105 min..

Nope, read carefully. her mom picks her up up 15 minutes earlier than usual. So 105 minutes!

regards

J

oh..sorry i got it