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Definition

Number Theory is concerned with the properties of numbers in general, and in particular integers. As this is a huge issue we decided to divide it into smaller topics. Below is the list of Number Theory topics.

**GMAT Number Types
**

GMAT is dealing only with Real Numbers: Integers, Fractions and Irrational Numbers.

INTEGERS Definition

Integers are defined as: all negative natural numbers , , and positive natural numbers .

Note that integers do not include decimals or fractions - just whole numbers.

**Even and Odd Numbers
**

An even number is an integer that is "evenly divisible" by 2, i.

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e., divisible by 2 without a remainder. An even number is an integer of the form integer. An odd number is an integer that is not evenly divisible by 2. An odd number is an integer of the form an integer. Zero is an even number. even +/- even = even; even +/- odd = odd; odd +/- odd = even; even * even = even; even * odd = even; odd * odd = odd. Division of two integers can result into an even/odd integer or a fraction. , where k is , where k is an

IRRATIONAL NUMBERS

Fractions (also known as rational numbers) can be written as terminating (ending) or repeating decimals (such as 0.5, 0.76, or 0.333333....). On the other hand, all those numbers that can be written as non-repeating, non-terminating decimals are non-rational, so they are called the "irrationals". Examples

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89. 5. 11. Putting these two major classifications.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions would be ( ("the square root of two") or the number pi ~3. together in one set gives you the "real" numbers. 73. 47. 37. 7. both of which are greater than 1: n = ab. 31. A negative number is a real number that is smaller than zero. 29. 13.14159. 61. Otherwise a number is called a composite number. 3. 23. 53.. since it only has one divisor. POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE NUMBERS A positive number is a real number that is greater than zero. 43. 19. 97. 79. 41. 17. 101 http://gmatclub. from geometry).. The first twenty-six prime numbers are: 2. there is no overlap. 1 is not a prime. A number n > 1 is prime if it cannot be written as a product of two factors a and b. 71. the rationals and the irrationals. 83. 67. Therefore. nor negative. namely 1.. Zero is not positive. Prime Numbers A Prime number is a natural number with exactly two distinct natural number divisors: 1 and itself. The rationals and the irrationals are two totally separate number types. 59.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376.html (3 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .

• Prime factorization: every positive integer greater than 1 can be written as a product of one or more prime integers in a way which is unique.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions • Note: only positive numbers can be primes.html (4 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . can be expressed as are powers of . 3. and where are .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. 6 or 8 are multiples of 2 and numbers ending in 0 or 5 are multiples of 5. . . Moreover. Similarly. 2. since numbers ending in 0. and . • All prime numbers except 2 and 5 end in 1. can be done by . 7 or 9. and with three unique . written as a product of primes or powers of primes. • Any nonzero natural number can be factored into primes. For instance integer prime factors . • The only even prime number is 2. that is to say dividing by all integer numbers http://gmatclub. because all other numbers are divisible by 2 or 3. this factorization is unique except for a possible reordering of the factors. • There are infinitely many prime numbers. all prime numbers above 3 are of the form or . since any larger even number is divisible by 2. Also 2 is the smallest prime. respectively and Example: • Verifying the primality of a given number trial division. . . 4.

thereby checking whether : is a multiple of is little less than is Example: Verifying the primality of . • Every integer is a divisor of 0. except by convention 0 itself. it is said and . http://gmatclub. for non-zero integers such that . if there exists an integer • 1 (and -1) are divisors of every integer.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions smaller than . is divisible by . In . from integers from not prime. • Numbers divisible by 2 are called even and numbers not divisible by 2 are called odd. also called a factor of . • A positive divisor of n which is different from n is called a proper divisor. is an integer which evenly divides without leaving a remainder.html (5 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . • Every integer is a divisor of itself.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. then there is always a prime number p with n < p < 2n Factors A divisor of an integer general. to . hence • If n is a positive integer greater than 1. is a factor of . .

then a is a factor of . • If • If • If is a factor of is a factor of and . and is a factor of . hence 6 is a perfect number. 2. • Any positive divisor of n is a product of prime divisors of n raised to some power.html (6 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions • An integer n > 1 whose only proper divisor is 1 is called a prime number. • If . factor of Finding the Number of Factors of an Integer http://gmatclub. then or . is a factor of and for all integers is a factor of is a factor of . In fact. it is said to be a perfect number. Equivalently. and 3: 1+2+3=6. then is a factor of . There are some elementary rules: • If is a factor of . then is a factor of and . is a factor of then is a is a prime number and or is a factor of . Example: The proper divisors of 6 are 1. and is a factor of .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. one would say that a prime number is one which has exactly two factors: 1 and itself. • If a number equals the sum of its proper divisors.

are will be expressed by the formula . Finding the Sum of the Factors of an Integer First make prime factorization of an integer where . are Example: Finding the sum of all factors of 450: The sum of all factors of 450 is http://gmatclub.html (7 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . and . and their powers. . The sum of factors of will be expressed by the formula: are prime factors of and . Example: Finding the number of all factors of 450: Total number of factors of 450 including 1 and 450 itself is factors. and . and their powers. . The number of factors of are prime factors of and .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions First make prime factorization of an integer where . NOTE: this will include 1 and n itself.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. . .

Since it is a multiple. is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers without a remainder. b) Lowest Common Multiple . If either a or b is 0.html (8 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. multiply the common factors (pick the lowest power of the common factors).Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Greatest Common Factor (Divisior) GCF (GCD) The greatest common divisor (gcd). then lcm(a.LCM The lowest common multiple or lowest common multiple (lcm) or smallest common multiple of two integers a and b is the smallest positive integer that is a multiple both of a and of b. or highest common factor (hcf). you will need to do prime-factorization. To find the GCF. it can be divided by a and b without a remainder. so that there is no such positive integer. • a*b=gcd(a. you will need to do prime-factorization. b). Then. also known as the greatest common factor (gcf). To find the LCM. • Every common divisor of a and b is a divisor of gcd(a. of two or more non-zero integers. b) is defined to be zero. Then multiply all the factors (pick the highest power of the common http://gmatclub. b)*lcm(a.

Divisibility Rules 2 .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. the number is also. • Perfect square always has even number of powers of prime factors. the number is divisible by 2. • A perfect square ALWAYS has an ODD number of Odd-factors. Perfect Square A perfect square. is an perfect square.html (9 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . 3 . 4 . • The sum of distinct factors of a perfect square is ALWAYS ODD. http://gmatclub.If the last digit is even.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions factors). is an integer that can be written as the square of some other integer.If the last two digits form a number divisible by 4. the number is also. There are some tips about the perfect square: • The number of distinct factors of a perfect square is ALWAYS ODD.If the sum of the digits is divisible by 3. and EVEN number of Even-factors. For example 16=4^2.

9 . and subtract it from the rest of the number. or 75 represent numbers divisible by 25. 7 .If the number is divisible by both 3 and 2. 50.699 is divisible by 11. it is also divisible by 6. the number is divisible by 5.If the last three digits of a number are divisible by 8.Numbers ending with 00. then subtract the sum of other digits: 21-(9+8+6+9)=-11. hence 9.If the number ends in 0.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. double it.If the number is divisible by both 3 and 4.html (10 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . Example: to see whether 9.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions 5 .488. it is also divisible by 12. 25. then the number is divisible by 11. 6 . it is divisible by 10. then the number is divisible by 7. 10 . http://gmatclub. 8 . so is the number. -11 is divisible by 11. or is divisible by 11. 11 .Take the last digit. then so is the whole number. if the answer is divisible by 7 (including 0). 25 . sum every second digit: 4+8+9=21.If the sum of the digits is divisible by 9.699 is divisible by 11.If the last digit is a 5 or a 0. 12 .If you sum every second digit and then subtract all other digits and the answer is: 0.488.

after which no other digits follow. where k must be chosen such that It's easier if you look at an example: How many zeros are in the end (after which no other digits follow) of less) Hence. ? (denominator must be less than 32. For instance . the factorial of a non-negative integer determined with this formula: .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. Trailing zeros: Trailing zeros are a sequence of 0's in the decimal representation (or more generally. The number of trailing zeros in the decimal representation of n!. can be .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Factorials Factorial of a positive integer . denoted by . in any positional representation) of a number. is . 125000 has 3 trailing zeros. there are 7 zeros in the end of 32! http://gmatclub.html (11 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . is the product of all positive integers less than or equal to n.

this is equivalent to the number of factors 10. in the Finding the power of non-prime in n!: How many powers of 900 are in 50! Make the prime factorization of the number: then find the powers of these prime numbers in the n!. each of which gives one more trailing zero. Find the power of 2: . = Find the power of 3: http://gmatclub. till What is the power of 2 in 25!? . but since there are at least as many factors 2..Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions The formula actually counts the number of factors 5 in n!. The formula is: . Finding the number of powers of a prime number .html (12 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376..

Fraction can be expressed in two forms fractional representation and decimal representation .5} to be represented twice in 900.3. 5 can provide us with only 6 pairs. Set of Fraction is a subset of the set of Rational Numbers. Consecutive Integers FRACTIONS Definition Fractional numbers are ratios (divisions) of integers. a fraction is formed by dividing one integer by another integer. Fractional representation http://gmatclub. thus there is 900 in the power of 6 in 50!. In other words.html (13 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions = Find the power of 5: = We need all the prime {2.

• Fractions that are greater than 1 are called improper fraction. 9 is the numerator and 7 is denominator.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. A fraction expresses a part-to-whole relationship in terms of a numerator (the part) and a denominator (the whole). .html (14 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Fractional representation is a way to express numbers that fall in between integers (note that integers can also be expressed in fractional form). In the fraction. Improper fraction can also be written as a mixed number. The number on bottom of the fraction is called denominator. The numerator is always smaller than the denominator. • Fractions that have a value between 0 and 1 are called proper fraction. is improper fraction. is a mixed number. • An integer combined with a proper fraction is called mixed number. • The number on top of the fraction is called numerator or nominator. Divide the numerator by the denominator http://gmatclub. This can also be written as an improper fraction: Converting Improper Fractions • Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Fractions: 1. is a proper fraction.

Multiply the whole number part by the fraction's denominator 2. divide 1 by the number. The reciprocal of a fraction is . with a remainder of . Then write down any remainder above the denominator Example #1: Convert to a mixed fraction. like this: • Converting Mixed Fractions to Improper Fractions: 1. reciprocal of is . Write down the whole number answer 3. like this: .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions 2. Then write Reciprocal . Solution: Multiply the whole number by the denominator: . is a number Reciprocal for a number . Add that to the numerator 3. denoted by or which when multiplied by yields . Then write the result on top of the denominator Example #2: Convert to an improper fraction. Operation on Fractions http://gmatclub. For example reciprocal of is . To get the reciprocal of a number.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. Write down the Solution: Divide and then write down the remainder above the denominator .html (15 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . Add the numerator to that: that down above the denominator.

html (16 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376..2) or repeating (recuring) decimals (such as 0... http://gmatclub. Example #1: Example #2: Given .). Decimal Representation The decimals has ten as its base. rename the fractions to have the LCD and add/subtract the numerators of the fractions • Multiplying fractions: To multiply fractions just place the product of the numerators over the product of the denominators.78. take the reciprocal of . Decimals can be terminating (ending) (such as 0.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions • Adding/Subtracting fractions: To add/subtract fractions with the same denominator. 0. • Dividing fractions: Change the divisor into its reciprocal and then multiply.333333. Now multiply: . add the numerators and place that sum over the common denominator. To add/subtract fractions with the different denominator. find the Least Common Denominator (LCD) of the fractions. The reciprocal is .

is a terminating . 1: Total number after decimal point is 2.html (17 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. Annex denominator with "9" as many times as the length of the recurring number http://gmatclub. 4: Reducing it to lowest terms: • To convert a recurring decimal to fraction: 1. Remove the decimal point from the number 3. Put 1 under the denominator and annex it with "0" as many as the total in step 1 4. as . 2 and 3: . where and are non-negative integers. as . Separate the recurring number from the decimal fraction 2. Calculate the total numbers after decimal point 2. For example: is also a terminating decimal. Fraction and denominator (denominator) equals to Converting Decimals to Fractions • To convert a terminating decimal to fraction: 1. Reduce the fraction to its lowest terms Example: Convert to a fraction.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Reduced fraction (meaning that fraction is already reduced to its lowest term) can be expressed as terminating decimal if and only decimal (denominator) is of the form .

3. to a fraction. Divide 1-2 by the number with 9's and 0's: for every repeating digit write down a 9. 2. 2: .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions 3. the number is of length 3: Reducing it to lowest terms: to a fraction. 3. Write down the number consisting with non-repeating digits and repeating digits. Subtract non-repeating number from above. Reduce the fraction to its lowest terms Example #1: Convert 1: The recurring number is . so we have added two nines. and if the http://gmatclub. . The number consisting with non-repeating digits and Rounding Rounding is simplifying a number to a certain place value.html (18 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . Subtract 25 (non-repeating number) from above: 251225=2487. • To convert a mixed-recurring decimal to fraction: 1. To round the decimal drop the extra decimal places. Example #2: Convert repeating digits is 2512. Divide 2487 by 9900 (two 9's as there are two digits in 12 and 2 zeros as there are two digits in 25): 2487/9900=829/3300. and for every non-repeating digit write down a zero after 9's. 2. 1.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376.

5.3485 rounded to the nearest tenth = 5.html (19 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .3. where a.349. since the dropped 8 is greater than 5. Example: 5. If the first dropped digit is 4 or smaller.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376.dividendo . Ratios and Proportions . since the dropped 4 is less than 5.3485 rounded to the nearest hundredth = 5.35.alternendo .invertendo . round down (keep the same) the last digit that you keep. b.3485 rounded to the nearest thousandth = 5. we can deduce other proportions by simple Algebra.componendo & dividendo http://gmatclub. since the dropped 5 is equal to 5. 5. c and d are non-zero real Given that numbers. These results are often referred to by the names mentioned along each of the properties obtained. .componendo .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions first dropped digit is 5 or greater. round up the last digit that you keep.

Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions EXPONENTS Exponents are a "shortcut" method of showing a number that was multiplied by itself several times. For instance. Powers of one: The integer powers of one are one. because division by zero is implied. . . by itself. where ) . Exponents one and zero: Any nonzero number to the power of 0 is 1.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376.html (20 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . The exponent indicates how many Any number to the power 1 is itself. the power of zero ( is undefined. the number that is multiplied by itself times to multiple the base. number multiplied times can be written as . Powers of zero: If the exponent is positive. Negative powers: http://gmatclub. If the exponent is negative. the power of zero is zero: where . where represents times and the base. For example: and represents the exponent.

. then If n is an odd integer.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. Operations involving the same exponents: Keep the exponent.html (21 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . then . subtract for division) Fraction as power: Exponential Equations: When solving equations with even exponents. http://gmatclub. we must consider both positive and negative possibilities for the solutions. multiply or divide the bases and not Operations involving the same bases: Keep the base.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Powers of minus one: If n is an even integer. add or subtract the exponent (add for multiplication.

if if . digits of the product of last For instance last 2 digits of 845*9512*408*613 would be the last 2 digits of 45*12*8*13=540*104=40*4=160=60 Example: The last digit of 85945*89*58307=5*9*7=45*7=35=5? LAST DIGIT OF A POWER http://gmatclub. and not divisible by a+b LAST DIGIT OF A PRODUCT Last digits of a product of integers are last digits of these integers.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. For instance for solution is . is even. is odd.html (22 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] . . When solving equations with odd exponents. the two possible solutions are and . Exponents and divisibility: is ALWAYS divisible by is divisible by is divisible by if n is even. we'll have only one solution. solution is and for .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions For instance .

then last digit of is the same as that of . 7^5=7 (last digit is 7 again!) http://gmatclub. 3.html (23 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] ? . will end with 4 and when n is even When n is odd will end with 6. Determine the cyclicity number of . When . has the same last digit as the base. Find the remainder when divided by the cyclisity. ) have a cyclisity of 2. Example: What is the last digit of Solution: Last digit of should determine the cyclisity of : 1. 7 and 8 have a cyclicity of 4. Now we is the same as that of .Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Determining the last digit of : .com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. will end with 9 and when n is even When n is odd will end with 1. • Integers ending with 2. in the integer power k>0. • Integers ending with 4 (eg. then last digit of is the same as that of and when . 5 or 6. 1. is the same as that of 1. 7^1=7 (last digit is 7) 2. Last digit of 2. 7^2=9 (last digit is 9) 3. 7^4=1 (last digit is 1) 5. 7^3=3 (last digit is 3) 4. 3. ) have a cyclisity of 2. • Integers ending with 9 (eg. where is the cyclisity number. • Integer ending with 0. 4.

the cyclisity of 7 is 4. the last digit of is the same as that of the last digit of . For instance x^2=16 and square root of 16=4. the equation x^2 = 16 has TWO solutions. .. So.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions .html (24 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .So. . In contrast. then the only accepted answer is the positive root. remainder is 3. such as a square root. when x<=0 and when x>=0 When the GMAT provides the square root sign for an even root. is the same as that of the last digit of ROOTS Roots (or radicals) are the "opposite" operation of applying exponents. which is . http://gmatclub. NOT +4 or -4. That is. Even Root Odd Root Square Root General rule: ..com/forum/math-number-theory-88376. +4 and -4. Now divide 39 (power) by 4 (cyclisity).

Odd roots will have the same sign as the base of the root. http://gmatclub.com/forum/math-number-theory-88376.Math: Number Theory : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions Even roots have only a positive value on the GMAT. and . For example.html (25 of 25) [2/21/2010 9:59:50 PM] .

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