# CAT 2023 Set-3 | Quantitative Aptitude | Question: 2

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Q. 2)

Let $n$ and $m$ be two positive integers such that there are exactly 41 integers greater than $8^{m}$ and less than $8^{n}$, which can be expressed as powers of 2 . Then, the smallest possible value of $n+m$ is

1. 44
2. 16
3. 42
4. 14

B

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