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Made into IIM L :smiley: Now the Marketing wait list will move :smiley: Congrats for those making into this wonderful institution :smiley: :smiley:
Made into IIM L Now the Marketing wait list will move Congrats for those making into this wonderful institution
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Yay!! finally made it to L ::
Yay!! finally made it to L
I was able to submit the form but when I try printing it , I see that my academics and behavioural details are missing. Is anyone else also facing same problem?
I was able to submit the form but when I try printing it , I see that my academics and behavioural details are missing. Is anyone else also facing same problem?
> Aggregate marks are always the safest bet. Enter your marks for all semesters combined. Regards Hi Sushrut, I have the similar question as above. When I take aggregate of percentages, it is 80.81. But when I divide total_marks_obtained/total_maximum_marks (for all semesters), I am ge...
Aggregate marks are always the safest bet. Enter your marks for all semesters combined.

Regards

Hi Sushrut,
I have the similar question as above. When I take aggregate of percentages, it is 80.81. But when I divide total_marks_obtained/total_maximum_marks (for all semesters), I am getting 80.67 which I had to round it off 1 digit after decimal in CAT form, so I entered 80.7% . Is it ok that I enter 80.7 for the Lucknow form as well? Thanks.
*How many such such numbers (pqrs) can exist???* Is the answer 90?
How many such such numbers (pqrs) can exist???
Is the answer 90?
> chalo ek easy ho jaye Identical black tiles, in the shape of a square of side 3 cm, are placed along the two diagonals of a square shaped floor of side 39 cm. The rest of the floor is covered with identical white tiles of same shape and size. How many white tiles need to be replaced by the bl...
chalo ek easy ho jaye
Identical black tiles, in the shape of a square of side 3 cm, are placed along the two diagonals of a square shaped floor of side 39 cm. The rest of the floor is covered with identical white tiles of same shape and size. How many white tiles need to be replaced by the black tiles so that the black and the white tiles are in alternate positions in all the rows and columns?

Is the answer 59?
> Find the value of (50*1)+ (49*2) + (48*3)+.....(1*50) ??? :: The options available are a) 21050 b)22100 c)23100 d)24200 e)21300 (50*1)+ (49*2) + (48*3)+.....(1*50) =2 ( 50*1 + 49*2 + 48*3 + .. + 26*25 ) =2 ( (51-1)*1 + (51-2)*2 + (51-3)*3 + .+(51-25)*25) = 2 ( 51(1+2+...
Find the value of (50*1)+ (49*2) + (48*3)+.....(1*50) ???

The options available are
a) 21050
b)22100
c)23100
d)24200
e)21300

(50*1)+ (49*2) + (48*3)+.....(1*50)
=2 ( 50*1 + 49*2 + 48*3 + .. + 26*25 )
=2 ( (51-1)*1 + (51-2)*2 + (51-3)*3 + .+(51-25)*25)
= 2 ( 51(1+2+.+25) (1*1 + 2*2 + .25 *25) )
=2 ( 51(325) (5525))
= 2 * 11050 = 22100



Is it correct?
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