This is the continuation of the previous video in which I have explained to you the concept of Least common multiple type 3 concept. This video will complete the area of Least Common Multiple Type 3 which I have explained by discussing it though a question of this form. The question is something like this -

Question - A number of the form N which when divided by 8,9,10 leaves a remainder of 5,7,5.

You can see that not all of the divisors are equal to each other, not all of the remainders are equal to each other and neither the difference of the divisors and remainders is equal. So the proper way and approach of these sort of questions is explained in this video lecture. Do remember to post your doubts and feedback in the comment section below.

very nicely explained sir. one more example of lcm type 3 would make it more easy.

ReplyDeleteIs there any short method for this type of question?

ReplyDeletethis is the best method as far your exams are concerned.......short method is hit and trial which would not be helpful in values involving higher numbers

ReplyDeleteAniket I will try to post it soon.....

ReplyDeletefind the unit place 729 raised to the power 59

ReplyDeletethank you sir.

ReplyDeletevery well explained sir , but one more example will cear the entire concept of LCM Type 3

ReplyDeletewill add more examples through question solving exercises.....

DeleteSir, you explained it very well.

ReplyDeleteTHANK YOU sir.

No words...its really spectacular,Bro What you have done is not all a easy job, But you made it crystal clear. keep it up and we the youngsters still need a lot good stuff from u like a good explainers.

ReplyDeletethank you sir .....

ReplyDeletethanks sir

ReplyDeleteamazing sir...very helpful videos

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