# Tag Archives: Analysis

## logic and solutions for “Who saves more ?”

This is the follow up post for “Who saves more “ First with the answers … Q. 3: A saves more Q. 4: Cannot be determined Q. 5: A saves more Now for the logic Q. 3 is an easy … Continue reading

## Two boats in the same stream

CAT 2004 carried an innocuous question about two boats in a stream … Q. 1: Two boats, travelling at 5 and 10 kms per hour, head directly towards each other. They begin at a distance of 20 kms from each … Continue reading

## Remainders (Part I)

In this chapter, we are going to learn how to find remainders when a number or any expression is divided by a particular divisor. First of all, we should understand one thing that in all the problems related to finding … Continue reading

## Application of Number of Factors (Part II)

Placement of factors: We will learn this theory through examples. Let us take factors of 3-4 different numbers. Factors of 12: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 (6 factors). Factors of 35: 1, 5, 7, 35 (4 factors). Factors of … Continue reading

## Basics of Number of Factors

We are going to learn how to find number of factors of any natural number and various applications of number of factors. Before starting with the main theory, we should be acquainted with some basic terms like factors, factorisation, prime … Continue reading

## Understanding Indices

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## Number of Trailing Zeros:

We have already learnt in the previous chapter how to find the number of zeros in a factorial. Finding number of zeros in any factorial is equivalent to finding the highest power of 5 in that given factorial … Continue reading

## FACTORIALS:

FACTORIALS AND ITS APPLICATIONS: Today, we are going to learn about the factorials and their various applications. But, before we start, we should know the values of factorials up till 6 which will be useful in our calculations. n! = … Continue reading

## What the India South Africa Series Triggers – 1. Daryll Cullinan

Variable Analysis: Playing cricket requires more analysis and intelligence than usual mathematics equation in a typical quadratic equation analysis [pmath] ax^2+bx+c=0 [/pmath] there are a total of 4 variables , and these variables are very stable , predictable , there … Continue reading

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