# number theory problems

The squares of 3 consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression are a336, a and a+624. What is the value of a?

The squares of 3 consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression are a−336, a and a+624. What is the value of a?

Evaluate

(8^4+64)(16^4+64)(24^4+64)(32^4+64)(40^4+64)(48^4+64)(56^4+64)(64^4+64)/((4^4+64)(12^4+64)(20^4+64)(28^4+64)(36^4+64)(44^4+64)(52^4+64)(60^4+64))

All the digits of a 50 digit positive number are 4 except for the nth digit.If the number is divisible by 13 for some choice of that nth digit, then howmany possible values can n have?

All the digits of a 50 digit positive number are 4 except for the nth digit.If the number is divisible by 13 for some choice of that nth digit, then howmany possible values can n have?

The base 6 representation of 0.3333333............. is?

Find the remainder when 15! is divided by 17

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Find the last digit of 112^112^112^112.........

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What is the remainder when 167*234*99*347 by 77?

what is the highest value of x in the expression (167!)/(24!)^x to yield an integral answer?

a.7
b.8
c.9
d.6
correct ans is 7.plz give soln.....

can v apply remainder theorem for question:

what will be the remainder when 2^89 is divided by 89?

can someone please provide some basic funda material on number theory for CAT