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Grade: 11

                        

Find the sum of all those integers between 100 and 800 each of which on division by 16 leaves the remainder 7.?

7 years ago

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GAURAV AGRAWAL
29 Points
							

SUCH NUMBERS ARE 106,119,135,------------------------,791.

THEN, Tn=a+(n-1)d gives n=44

so,Sn=n/2*(a+Tn) gives Sn=19668

so,answer is 19668

7 years ago
Sohini Paul
31 Points
							

Any number that leaves a remainder of 7 on division with 16 can be represented as 16k+7. In this case the number lies between 100 and 800. So 6≤k≤49. Now the sequence 16k+7 is an AP with common difference 16 starting from 103 and ending with 791, containing (49-6)+1=44 terms.

So the required sum is (n/2)(a+l)=(44/2)(103+791)= 19668

 

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SOHINI PAUL

Dept of Electrical engg

IIT Kharagpur

7 years ago
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