# I assigned a value for n and started the program. If the robot finally came back to O and stopped, what is the total distance that it has covered

1.  180 m

2.  360 m

3.  720 m

4.  Cannot be determined

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720 m

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# For how many values of n in the intervals [1, 60] does the robot cover less than 1000 m, before it stops

1.  19

2.  60

3.  355

4.   Infinite

4

355

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# If N = 888Dup to 100 digits, what is the remainder when N is divided by 625

1.  128

2.  138

3.  338

4.  388

4

138

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# A natural number n is such that 120 n ≤ 240. If HCF of n and 240 is 1, how many values of n are possible

1.  24

2.  32

3.  36

4.  40

4

32

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# The first n natural numbers, 1 to n, have to be arranged in a row from left to right. The n numbers are arranged such that there are an odd number of numbers between any two even numbers as well as between any two odd numbers. If the number of ways in which this can be done is 72, then find the value of n.

1.  6

2.  7

3.  8

4.  More than 8

4

6

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# Ramu and Somu are competing in a 100 m race. Initially, Ramu runs at twice Somu's speed for the first fifty metres. After the 50 m mark, Ramu runs at 1/4th his initial speed while Somu continues to run at his original speed. If Somu catches up with Ramu at a distance of 'x' metres from the finish line, then find x

1.  37.5

2.   25

3.  75

4.  42.5

5.  Somu will never catch up with Ramu

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37.5

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# When the curves y = 10x and xy = 1 are drawn in the X-Y plane, how many times do they intersect for values of y 32

1.  Never

2.  Once

3.  Twice

4.  Thrice

5.  More than thrice

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Once

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# Anoop found the product, P, of two two-digit natural numbers, M and N. He then reversed the digits of each of M and N and found the product of the resultant numbers. Interestingly, he found both products to be the same. If the product of the tens digit of M and the tens digit of N is prime, find the sum of all the possible values of P that Anoop could have obtained.

1.  2604

2.  2712

3.  2627

4.  4684

5.  4664

5

4684

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# Three circles of equal radii have been drawn inside an equilateral triangle, of side a, such that each circle touches the other two circles as well as two sides of the triangle. Then, the radius of each circle is

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# Thirty-six equally spaced points - P1 through P36 - are plotted on a circle, and some of these points are joined successively to form a regular polygon. How many distinct such regular polygons are possible

1.  7

2.  23

3.  37

4.  27

5.  None of these

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