Latest Infosys Aptitude Question SOLUTION: There is a certain four digit number whose fourth digit is twice the first digit. Third digit is three more than second digit. Sum of the first and fourth digits twice the third nu

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Placement Questions

p(x)= ( x^2012+x^2011+x^2010+.............x+1)-x^2012
q(x)=(x^2011+x^2010+................x+1)
the remainder when p(x) is divided by q(x) is:

Unsolved Asked In: TCS

If q, r > 0, then roots of equation x2 + qx + r = 0 are
A.
Both negative
B.
Both positive
C.
Of positive sign but equal magnitude
D.
Of opposite sign

Unsolved Asked In: Elitmus

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