May 19th, 2019
(c) 9
(d) None of the above
Apr 1st, 2019
Answer is (10!)/2...which is same as (a)
Mar 10th, 2019
(B) False. Its not always true. As an example if we put 23, we get product of 3 prime numbers.
Mar 24th, 2019
The polynomial assumes only prime values for n=0,1,2,...39. However, f(n) is composite for n=40.
Hence, the given statement is false.
False for n=41 and its multiple
Abhishek Kumar
May 19th, 2019