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What is the remainder of the division above?

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Swapnil Maiti**

Let \(Y = n(n+1) \) for some positive integer \(n\). Which of the following statements is true?

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How many perfect squares are there between \(101\) and \(9999\)?

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Inderjeet Nair**

Find the sum of the digits of \(\large 2^{2999} × 5^{3002}\) when multiplied out.

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Dev Sharma**

Find the smallest positive integer which is both a perfect square and a perfect cube.

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