# How to solve the \$ and * problem. if \$=1,*=0value 1 doubles and shift to left place.t(for ex:4=\$**,3=\$\$)even i dont know the quetion properly. but the samepattren question appeared in cts too.pls expLCM(9,18,27)=

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Shwethascar

• Member Since Jul-2008 | Jul 8th, 2008

lcm of 9,18,27 is 54
that can be represented as 110110 in binary
that's \$\$*\$\$*

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#### supriya

• Aug 30th, 2006

first u find lcm of no's given ,convert the result into binary no(/2) and then represent 1by\$    and 0 by *

#### Ritiv Jain

• Sep 7th, 2006

the question of this type is very common in accenture.

this is simply a binary to decimal conversion.

to solve this you just place 0 and 1. you get a binary number

decode it to decimal one.

#### Shwethascar Profile Answers by Shwethascar

• Jul 8th, 2008

lcm of 9,18,27 is 54
that can be represented as 110110 in binary
that's \$\$*\$\$*

#### prititripathi Profile Answers by prititripathi

• Feb 25th, 2011

lcm (9,18,27)=54

convert it into binary u vll get   110110
express it in \$ * as =\$\$*\$\$*