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Find the maximum value of n such that 50! is perfectly divisible by 12600 raised to the power n.

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12600= (2^3)* (3^2)*(5^2)*(7)

powers of 2 in 50! by successive division = 50+25+12+6+3+1= 97, hence power of 2^3 will be 97/3 = 32
same way powers of 3 = 16+5+1 = 22; powers of 3^2 = 11
powers of 5 = 10+2 = 12; powers of 5^2 = 6
powers of 7 = 7+1 = 8
from the above set since there are only 6 powers of 5^2 are available, hence maximum value of n can be 6 only

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the distance between place A and place B is 97 meters . A mad man start walking from place A towards place B. He walks 7 meters in first 3 mins and in next 3 mins returns 4 meters, if this pattern continues until the mad man reach place B, Then find time taken by him to reach place B.

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Find the remainder when 47^57^67 is divided by 18?

by euler Re(47^6/18) =1
hence (47^(6k+R))/18 = (47^R)/18 ........(1)
Where R is remainder when 57^67 is divided by 6
so R is Re(57^67)/6 = (3^67)/6 = 3
so now
putting value of R is equation (1)
answer is (47^3)/18 = (11^3)/18 = 121*11/18 = 13.*11/18 = 143/18 = 17

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