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msingh Group Title

plse tell me how to solve this

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    find the difference of the sum of even place digits and odd place digits that will be your remainder

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    like for 333666777888999 we get (3+3+6+7+7+8+9+9)-(3+6+6+7+8+8+9)=5. hence not divisible by 11. so, the remainder is the difference, which is 5.

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    no, what are odd place digits, first tell me that

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    okay i got it wait 919795139 9+9+9+1+9=37 1+7+5+3=16

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    but your number is 928174653 !

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    9+8+7+6+3=...? 2+1+4+5 =...? the difference is your remainder

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    That can't be the remainder?

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    |dw:1372930368775:dw|

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    9+8+7+6+3 =33 33-12 = 21 since it is more than 11, we subtract 11 again 21-11 = 10 is 10 the remainder ?

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