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Practice problem on base system part - 1

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Bharat Gupta
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slide 6 solution line while finding integration of mdx can we treat y as a constant........if yes then why sir?
in the last question the minimum value of x why can't we take 2^24 as the minimum value of x will be then 2. can you please explain it?
sir in question no one if we take n=3 then 21 is possible
1. Base System Problems part 1

2. A mathematics teacher, while explaining to his students the concept of number systems, asked them to give the sum of (3), and (4)n for different values of n. Four students Amit, Gourav, Gunjan and Rupesh gave the respective answers of 14, 21, 12 and 10.Who among these four gave unacceptable answers. a. Amit b. Gourav c. Gunjan d. Rupesh The product of (44)10 and (11)10 in a system of numbers is 3414. The number 3111 of this system when converted to the decimal number system becomes a. 691 c. 213 b. 406 d. 423 Decimal value of 100! Written down and converted into some other integral base 'x', surprisingly, the numbers of zero in the end was found to be same as that of original number (x1) What is the maximum value that x can take a. 720 b. 30 c. 120 d. 16 What is the minimum value that x can take How many value x can have

3. A mathematics teacher, while explaining to his students the concept of number systems, asked them to give the sum of (3)n and (4)n for different values of n. Four students Amit, Gourav, Gunjan and Rupesh gave the respective answers of 14, 21, 12 and 10.Who among these four gave unacceptable answers. a. Amit b. Gourav d. Rupesh c. Gunjain

4. A mathematics teacher, while explaining to his students the concept of number systems, asked them to give the sum of (3)n and (4)n for different values of n. Four students Amit, Gourav, Gunjan and Rupesh gave the respective answers of 14, 21, 12 and 10.Who among these four gave unacceptable answers. a. Amit b. Gourav c. Gunjan d. Rupesh 2 >4 OWN 12. Xx n=

5. The product of (44)10 and (11)10 in a system of numbers is 3414. The number 3111 of this system when converted to the decimal number system becomes a. 691 b. 406 c. 213 d. 423

6. The product of (44)10 and (11)10 in a system of numbers is 3414. The number 3111 of this system when converted to the decimal number system becomes a. 691 b. 406 c. 213 d. 423 First we w all lanae ir t we w 440 S 3 3 I3 m> 4

7. The product of (44)10 and (11)10 in a system of numbers is 3414. The number 3111 of this system when converted to the decimal number system becomes a. 691 b. 406 c. 213 d. 423 First we w all lanae ir t we w 3 21o 19 4 3 341 u m> 4

8. Decimal value of 100! Written down and converted into some other integral base x, surprisingly, the numbers of zero in the end was found to be same as that of original number (x>1) What is the maximum value that x can take a. 720 b. 30 C. 120 d. 16 What is the minimum value that x can take a. 2 b. 5 c. 9 d. 16 How many value x can have

9. Decimal value of 100! Written down and converted into some other integral base 'x', surprisingly, the numbers of zero in the end was found to be same as that of original number (x>1) .0 448 3 2 4 s 4 4824

10. Decimal value of 100! Written down and converted into some other integral base 'x', surprisingly, the numbers of zero in the end was found to be same as that of original number (x>1) What is the maximum value that x can take a. 720 b. 30 c. 120 d. 16