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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

5×5÷5+2

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Prove that the commutative property of addition holds true for(7/8 )+ (4/6)  

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

Find the smallest number which should be added to 43216 to make it divisible by 6

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

the sum of the digits of a 2-digit number is 7.if the digits are reversed, the new number is incresed by 3 less than 4 times the original number. find the original number      

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

QUESTION NO.3
 

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

How many numbers are there between 200 and 800 which are divisible by both 5 and 7 ?

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

When a number is divided by 9235, we get the quotient 888 and the remainder 222, such a least possible number is:
(A) 820090
(B) 8200902
(C) 8200680
(D) 8200090

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

If ABC and DEF are two 3 digit numbers such that ABC X DEF = 123456, then one of the numbers is:
(A) 129
(B) 198
(C) 643
(D) 463

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

If ABCD is four digit number such that ABCD X D = DCBA, then find the value of B

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

On dividing 2272 as well as 875 by three -digit number N, we get the same remainder. The sum of digits of N is ?

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

If 6AXB=A8B, then the value of A-B is ?

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

If 5AXA=399 ,then the value of A is?

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ICSE - VIII - Mathematics - Playing With Numbers

How many different integers can be written as the sum of two distinct numbers of the set {1,2,5,7,9,11,13}

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