anant_jain8 SaysWhy the hell they want to blame us for the past wat we did in 10th and 12th.... Just 40% weightage to CAT score.... !! .... They are just not interested to know how we are performing now....... :(....
registration procedure......????
i'm trying to enroll for dec 2009 l1..... can anyone tell me the procedure... i mean i want to enroll before the second deadline on august 21st... my doubt is can i make an online transfer or do i have to use a credit card only and after payment do i have to send any paperwork to cfa institute or the process is over and i am done with my responsibility...????
now will they send me the study material...???
Hello Sir,
Can you plzzz elaborate it further..?
Try this
In a test of 12 questions, a candidate gets 1 mark for every right answer, 0 for unanswered questions, and a negative 0.25 for every wrong answer. What is the total number of ways in
which a particular candidate may score a positive integral value of net score ?
Source:ww(dot)quantexpert(dot)in
solution:
suppose 'A' goes to another person. he takes one pebble and takes 11 of his pebbles. again A goes to another person and gives him one of both the types of pebbles, he has and takes 11 pebbles from him.
same way he meets 11 persons and does the same. at last A and eleventh person have all types of pebbles and now other 10 need another pebble for which A need to meet them once apart from initial 11 meetings.
so total 11+10=21
question: in a group of 12 people, each one has 12 pebbles of a single type. no two people have a single pebble of the same type. in a meeting 2 people can meet and exchange any no. of hands pebbles. what is the minimum no. of meetings required so that every person will have pebbles of all types?
22
11
21
33
66
The method is bit lengthy but hope u get it:
1. First 1003 WHOLE nos. are 0 to 1002 (not till 1003)
2. The natural no. thus formed will be 012345...10011002
3.Lets consider the the above no. till 999 i.e. 0123...998999 for this arrangement the addition of the nos. will be given by
Sum(0-999)= 1000/2 {0+(1000-1)1)= 500*999=499500
This no. is divisible by 9 (4+9+9+5+0+0=27)
so now we have to consider the remaining part i.e 100010011002
This no. is not divisible by 9 (1+1+1+1+2=6) and gives a remainder 6.
So we can conclude that for the natural no. 012345...100010011002 the remainder is 6.
Hope this has solved ur doubt.. i am very bad at explaining but even then i hope u have understood...
hi guys,
m currently working in wealth management profile. planning to do cfa as i have heard and seen in this thread thats its an good option. do u think my work exp in the same profile will help me for the work exp required for getting cfa charter. and do u think cfa can be beneficial for my career.
that will be so great if anyone can suggest me on this. m following this thread from so long...
thanks in advance
g(n) = GCD
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=GCD
For max(g(n)) , GCD should be 2n+1 , so 22-n = 0--> n = 22
So max(g(n) = 2*22+1 = 45
prateek7563 Saysi didnt understand the bold part. y divisible by 8 and not 24.