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abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 18 Feb '13

Hi Mohit, Shekhar, Manish,
I am Abhishek, even I have received an admit from MISI, paid the initial deposit.I am sending my contact details.
Abhishek

Hi Mohit, Shekhar, Manish,

I am Abhishek, even I have received an admit from MISI, paid the initial deposit.I am sending my contact details.

Abhishek

abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 02 Feb '13

@ishu1991by cauchy schwartz inequality
(a^2+b^2)(c^2+d^2)>=(ac+bd)^2
so 250

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abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 24 Oct '12

> @mani0303 said:
>
> A,B and C are real numbers and MOD(x) is the largest integer less than or equal to x.If p = MOD(A + B + C) and q = MOD(A) + MOD(B) + MOD(C),then maximum of p - q is ?Options are 0 to 3
is it 1?

@mani0303 said:A,B and C are real numbers and MOD(x) is the largest integer less than or equal to x.If p = MOD(A + B + C) and q = MOD(A) + MOD(B) + MOD(C),then maximum of p - q is ?Options are 0 to 3

is it 1?

abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 24 Oct '12

> @themaster said:
>
> A sequence of numbers is written in the following fashion: 1, 7, 1, 1, 7, 7, 1, 1, 1, 7, 7, 7, ... till €˜n €™ terms. What is the value of (T5040 + T5042 + T5044 + T5046)? (Tn is the nth term of the given sequence.)
is it 22?

@themaster said:A sequence of numbers is written in the following fashion: 1, 7, 1, 1, 7, 7, 1, 1, 1, 7, 7, 7, ... till €˜n €™ terms. What is the value of (T5040 + T5042 + T5044 + T5046)? (Tn is the nth term of the given sequence.)

is it 22?

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abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 03 Jul '12

> *_A city has a park shaped as a right angled triangle. the length of the longest side of this park is 80m. the mayor of the city wants to construct three paths from the corner point opposite to the longest side such that these three paths divide the longest side into four equal segments. determ...

A city has a park shaped as a right angled triangle. the length of the longest side of this park is 80m. the mayor of the city wants to construct three paths from the corner point opposite to the longest side such that these three paths divide the longest side into four equal segments. determine the sum of the squares of the lengths of the three paths.

ps:aizen bhai and all other bhais regards___/\___

Is it 5600?

abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 27 Feb '12

> aditiagr Says
>
> We were told that they don't have our scores and that we must not reveal them under any circumstance.
whether the panel for GD and PI was same or different?

aditiagr SaysWe were told that they don't have our scores and that we must not reveal them under any circumstance.

whether the panel for GD and PI was same or different?

abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 21 Feb '12

> Here comes a new topic for discussion ::
Topic: *If you were to decide, what should have been the selection criterion for top B-Schools to shortlist people and why! *
House is open for discussion!
completely agree with Sid, rather than giving weightage just for 10th , 12th an...

Here comes a new topic for discussion

Topic:If you were to decide, what should have been the selection criterion for top B-Schools to shortlist people and why!

House is open for discussion!

completely agree with Sid, rather than giving weightage just for 10th , 12th and graduation marks , overall profile of the student should be taken into consideration, which includes co-curricular, extra-curricular and work experience in relevant field, consider a person who has work-ex in supply chain, and if he wants to do MBA in operations /supply chain, he should be given preference in selection, because he is clear about his intention to do MBA, doing MBA just because not interested in present job or for change in the field, should not be the reason.

abhishek mudholkar
@abhi0988
57

Posted 27 Jan '12

> *@all
Who are having problem with the link...here s the file for you*
The link is not working

@all

Who are having problem with the link...here s the file for you

The link is not working

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