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A number when multiplied with 13 has only 7â€™s in the product. How many digits are there in the smallest such number?
E. None of these
How many positive integer solutions for are there satisfying the equations?
A. Infinite number of solutions exist
B. Finite number of solutions exist but more than one
C. Exactly one solution exists
D. Exactly two solutions exist
E. No solution exists
How many positive numbers less than 10,000 can be made using the digits 1, 2, 3, 0, 4, 5, 6, 7?
Find the number of factors of 840 which are divisible by 15.
The result of addition of 23241, 4032, 300421 in the scale of five is
When the smallest three-digit number which is exactly divisible by 7, 8 and 11, is divided by 9, the remainder is
The smallest value of for which is a perfect cube is ?
A rectangle is such that it can be perfectly cut into smaller squares of a maximum possible side of length 12 units. It is also known that the perimeter of such a rectangle is 384 units.How many distinct rectangles are there which satisfy the criteria given?
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