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through point P and $na\times Q$ $1n1eg\pi a1$ length is
8. many $5$ 'x' $in$ $11,2,3$ $8$ $8$ are there such that $x^{2}+x^{3}18$ the square of an $n1c$ ?
9. If $a679b$ is a five digit number that is divisible $siblc$ $by72$ then $a+bis$ equal to
$10.$ Consider $asix$ digit number that increases 6 times when $1tslast$ three digits are carried to the beginning
of the number without their order being changed. Then the largest digit in the given number is
$ACE$ # $05$ (NURTURE) MATHEMATICS

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