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Quantitative Short Tricks for Problems on Number

Quantitative Short Tricks for Problems on Number

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Published by Anoop Chaudhary
Quantitative - Problems on numbers.
Short tricks for divisibility, remainder, square, square root, cube, cube root, multiplication
Quantitative - Problems on numbers.
Short tricks for divisibility, remainder, square, square root, cube, cube root, multiplication

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Quantitative Aptitude
NumbersPrime number
 –
which is divisible by only one (1)Co-prime numbers
 –
which have 1 as common factor or having HCF = 1Divisibility Rule
For 2
:-
Check last digit of the number. It should be either ‘0’ or any even number
 
For 4
:-
Check last 2 digits. It should be either ‘00’ or divisible by 4.
 
For 8
:-
Check last 3 digits. It should be either ‘000’ or divisible by 8.
 
For 16
:-
Check last 4 digits. It should be either ‘0000’ or divisible by 16.
 
NOTE
For 2 -
2
1
- Check last 1 digitFor 4 -
2
2
- Check last 2 digitsFor 8 -
2
3
- Check last 3 digitsFor 16 -
2
4
- Check last 4 digitsSo on...
For 3
:- Add all the digits of the number and divide by 3 and check whether it is divisible or not.
For 9
:- Add all the digits of the number and divide by 9 and check whether it is divisible or not.
For 5
:-
Last digit should be either ‘0’ or ‘5’
 
For 25
:-
Last digit should be either ‘00’ or divisible by 25
 
For 6
:-
The number should be divisible by both ‘2’ and ‘3’
For 11
:- If the difference between the sum of its digits at odd places and sum of its digits at even
places is either ‘0’ or divisible by 11.
 
For 7
:- Multiply last digit by 5 and add that number to remaining digits
Example
: - check whether 343 is divisible by 7 or not?
 
Solution
: - multiply 3 with 5 and add the resultant (15) with remaining digits (34), we get 49 asanswer which is divisible by 7
For 13
:- Multiply last digit by 4
Example
: - Check whether 12519 is divisible by 13 or not?
Solution
:-
For 17
:- Multiply last digit by 12
Example
: - Check whether 7752 is divisible by 17 or not?3 4
3
× 15
5
3 41 54 91 2 5 1
9
× 36
4
3 61 2 8
7
× 28
4
2 81 5
6
× 24
4
2 43 97 7 5
2
× 24
12
2 47 9
9
× 108
12
1 0 81 8 7Which is divisible by 17 So, 7752 is also divisible by 17Which is divisible by 13 so 12519 So, also divisible by 13Which is divisible by 7 so, 343 is also divisible by 7+
 
For 19
:- Multiply last digit by 2
Example
: - Check whether 6935 is divisible by 19 or not?
Solution
: -6 9 3
5
× 10
2
1 07 0
3
× 6
2
67
6
× 12
2
1 21 9
For 29
: - Multiply last digit by 3
Example
: - Check whether 1044 is divisible by 29 or not?
Solution
: -1 0 4
4
× 12
3
1 21 1
6
× 18
3
1 82 9Which is divisible by 19 So, 6935 is also divisible by 19Which is divisible by 29 So, 1044 is also divisible by 29

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