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## Number System Basics: Test 3

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Question 1 |

In a mess, there are number of students having fun with their meal. The total number of students in the Mess is a two digit number and that number is a prime number. Keeping this in mind, which of the following could be the ratio of boys vs number of girls

7: 8 | |

14: 15 | |

25: 26 | |

None of these |

Question 1 Explanation:

Given that the total number of students is a prime number,

the given ratio will be the exact number of boys and girl students,

so using the answer options, we can easily

find the ratio by adding and checking:

Option A: 7+8 = 15 not a prime number

Option C: 25+26 = 51, not a prime number

Option B: 14+15= 29 is a prime number, so option b is the right answer.

the given ratio will be the exact number of boys and girl students,

so using the answer options, we can easily

find the ratio by adding and checking:

Option A: 7+8 = 15 not a prime number

Option C: 25+26 = 51, not a prime number

Option B: 14+15= 29 is a prime number, so option b is the right answer.

Question 2 |

How many fractions in the form of the (p/q) (q not equal to zero) are there between 3/4 and 4/5?

1 | |

56 | |

Infinite | |

None of these |

Question 2 Explanation:

The right answer is infinite because between two

rational numbers there exist infinite number of rational numbers

rational numbers there exist infinite number of rational numbers

Question 3 |

If we have two numbers r and r + 1 (both are prime numbers), then what can be said about r - 1?

It is a perfect number | |

It is a composite number | |

Its square is a composite number. | |

It has only 1 factor |

Question 3 Explanation:

It is given that r and r+1 are prime numbers.

This means r has to be 2, otherwise this is not possible.

r-1=1, and it is neither prime nor composite,

and it has only one factor.

This means r has to be 2, otherwise this is not possible.

r-1=1, and it is neither prime nor composite,

and it has only one factor.

Question 4 |

If p is prime number greater than 7 then what can we say about the divisibility of p

^{2 }-1? Number divisible by 5 | |

Number is not divisible by 5 | |

Number must be divisible by 6 | |

None |

Question 4 Explanation:

Since it is given that the prime number which is greater than the 7, let us consider one such number: 11
So if p = 11 then p

which is divisible by 5,6

P=13, 169-1=168 not divisible by 5 but divisible by 6

P=17, 289-1=288 not divisible by 5 but divisible by 6

So the right answer is option 3.

^{2 }-1=120which is divisible by 5,6

P=13, 169-1=168 not divisible by 5 but divisible by 6

P=17, 289-1=288 not divisible by 5 but divisible by 6

So the right answer is option 3.

Question 5 |

If s is the summation of a two digit number and the number formed by reversing its digits, then which of the following is correct about S?(i) S may be divisible by 11
(ii) S must be divisible by 11
(iii) S is an odd number

Only (i) and (ii) | |

Only (ii) | |

Only (ii) & (iii) | |

None of these |

Question 5 Explanation:

Let a two digit number be 'ab' = 10a + b (here a is not equal to 0)

S = (10a + b) + (10b + a) =11(a+b)

From this we can infer that S will always be divisible by 11, making statement (ii) correct.

And S is odd or even depends on (a+b),

because if it is even then S would be even and if it is odd then S would be odd as odd*odd=odd and odd*even=even.

S = (10a + b) + (10b + a) =11(a+b)

From this we can infer that S will always be divisible by 11, making statement (ii) correct.

And S is odd or even depends on (a+b),

because if it is even then S would be even and if it is odd then S would be odd as odd*odd=odd and odd*even=even.

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