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# Divisibility

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18 Jul 2018, 21:39
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The sum of four consecutive two digit odd numbers, when divided by 10,
becomes a perfect square. which of the following can possibly be one of
these four numbers ?

a) 21
b) 25
c) 41
d) 67
e) 73
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18 Jul 2018, 21:45
shridhar786 wrote:
The sum of four consecutive two digit odd numbers, when divided by 10,
becomes a perfect square. which of the following can possibly be one of
these four numbers ?

a) 21
b) 25
c) 41
d) 67
e) 73

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