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Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 18 Dec '12

@SonaliSahoo @yatendragoel I am also in Bangalore. Preparing for CFA level 1 2013 june. where are you guys located ? how far are you through with the syllabus ?

@SonaliSahoo @yatendragoel I am also in Bangalore. Preparing for CFA level 1 2013 june. where are you guys located ? how far are you through with the syllabus ?

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 08 Jun '11

hi
Can anyone send me these three books in ebook format :
sc grail , rc 99 and veritas quant
Thanks

hi

Can anyone send me these three books in ebook format :

sc grail , rc 99 and veritas quant

Thanks

Can anyone send me these three books in ebook format :

sc grail , rc 99 and veritas quant

Thanks

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 19 May '11

> getting the same... 42 - 71 %
Used equations... to get,
Students who passed the exam = 42 + (students who passed only 1 subject)
hi.. can u pls explain how u got 71

getting the same... 42 - 71 %

Used equations... to get,

Students who passed the exam = 42 + (students who passed only 1 subject)

hi.. can u pls explain how u got 71

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 19 May '11

hi.. Pls solve this problem on Venn Diagrams:
Source : BYJU's sheet (Sets & Venn Diagrams)
In an exam there are 3 subjects A, B and C. A student has to pass each subject. 20% students failed in A. 22% students failed in B. 16% students failed in C. The total number of students passin...

hi.. Pls solve this problem on Venn Diagrams:

Source : BYJU's sheet (Sets & Venn Diagrams)

In an exam there are 3 subjects A, B and C. A student has to pass each subject. 20% students failed in A. 22% students failed in B. 16% students failed in C. The total number of students passing the exam (i.e. who passed all three subjects) lies between :

a) 42 to 84%

b) 42 to 71%

c) 58 to 71%

d) 58 to 84%

[ By one method I am getting 42 to 78% (which is not there in any of the options). By another method I am getting (b) 42 to 71% ]

Correct Answer : 42 to 71%

Let me know what answer you are getting and how.

Source : BYJU's sheet (Sets & Venn Diagrams)

In an exam there are 3 subjects A, B and C. A student has to pass each subject. 20% students failed in A. 22% students failed in B. 16% students failed in C. The total number of students passing the exam (i.e. who passed all three subjects) lies between :

a) 42 to 84%

b) 42 to 71%

c) 58 to 71%

d) 58 to 84%

[ By one method I am getting 42 to 78% (which is not there in any of the options). By another method I am getting (b) 42 to 71% ]

Correct Answer : 42 to 71%

Let me know what answer you are getting and how.

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 24 Apr '08

hi aarav bhai !!! its so nice 2 see u back with QQAD . but will be missing vineet bhaiya... anyways, i was a member of QQAD last year n had the mails delivered to my email id . my email id is the same. do i need 2 register again ? i even tried 2 do so... but its getting forwarded to a blank page ...

hi aarav bhai !!! its so nice 2 see u back with QQAD . but will be missing vineet bhaiya... anyways, i was a member of QQAD last year n had the mails delivered to my email id . my email id is the same. do i need 2 register again ? i even tried 2 do so... but its getting forwarded to a blank page as pointed out by some people in the last few posts.....

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 24 Apr '08

> rahul_4096 Says
>
> is the answer (b) 1500
how ? can u pls explain....

rahul_4096 Saysis the answer (b) 1500

how ? can u pls explain....

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 24 Apr '08

2 men left simultaneously 2 places A and B. One of them left A for B while the other left B for A. Both travel each at his own uniform velocity. The 1st person on reaching B returns to A and then again travels back to B and so on. Similarly the 2nd person on reaching A returns to B and then trave...

2 men left simultaneously 2 places A and B. One of them left A for B while the other left B for A. Both travel each at his own uniform velocity. The 1st person on reaching B returns to A and then again travels back to B and so on. Similarly the 2nd person on reaching A returns to B and then travels back to A and so on. What'll be the distance covered by the 1st person when they meet 3rd time, given that the ratio of speed of 1st person to tha of 2nd is 3:2 and the distance between A and B is 500 m ?

(a) 1000 m (b) 1500 m (c) 2500 m (d) 1200 m

(a) 1000 m (b) 1500 m (c) 2500 m (d) 1200 m

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 29 Feb '08

well friends.. here goes *QUESTION SET 18 :* ( source : Tenaday )
* CHOOSE THE MOST LOGICAL ORDER OF SETENCES TO CONSTRUCT A COHERENT PARAGRAPH :*
(1)
A. At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.
B. Non-violent resistance not only avoids external phisical violence but...

well friends.. here goes **QUESTION SET 18 :** ( source : Tenaday )

** CHOOSE THE MOST LOGICAL ORDER OF SETENCES TO CONSTRUCT A COHERENT PARAGRAPH :**

(1)

A. At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.

B. Non-violent resistance not only avoids external phisical violence but also internal violence of the spirit.

C. This can be done only by projecting the ethics of love to center of our lives.

D. Along the way of life, someone must have sense enough and morality to cut off the chain of hate.

E. To retaliate with hate and bitterness would do nothing but intensify the hate in the world.

F. In struggling for human dignity the oppressed people of the world must not allow themselves to become bitter or indulge in hate campaigns.

(a) ABFDEC (b) ABFEDC (c) BAFDEC (d) BAFEDC

(2)

A. We cannot turn back.

B. And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall march ahead.

C. We can never be satisfied as long as our bodies, heavy with fatigue of travel, cannot gain lodging in the motels of the highways and the hotels of the cities.

D. There are those who are asking the devotees of civil rights, "When will you be satisfied ?"

E. We cannot walk alone.

(a) EBADC (b) EABDC (c) EBACD (d) EABCD

(3)

A. What can u do to turn them away from positions and towards merit?

B. While you try and discuss interests, they may state their position in unequivocal terms.

C. Talking about interests, options and standards may be a wise, efficient and amicable game, but what if the other side won't play ?

D. They may be attacking your proposals, concerned with maximising their own gains.

E. You may attack the problem on its merits ; they may attack you.

F. You may be concerned with developing possible arguments to maximise the gains of both parties.

(a) CABFDE (b) CBFEAD (c) CBFDEA (d) CFEDCA

(1)

A. At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.

B. Non-violent resistance not only avoids external phisical violence but also internal violence of the spirit.

C. This can be done only by projecting the ethics of love to center of our lives.

D. Along the way of life, someone must have sense enough and morality to cut off the chain of hate.

E. To retaliate with hate and bitterness would do nothing but intensify the hate in the world.

F. In struggling for human dignity the oppressed people of the world must not allow themselves to become bitter or indulge in hate campaigns.

(a) ABFDEC (b) ABFEDC (c) BAFDEC (d) BAFEDC

(2)

A. We cannot turn back.

B. And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall march ahead.

C. We can never be satisfied as long as our bodies, heavy with fatigue of travel, cannot gain lodging in the motels of the highways and the hotels of the cities.

D. There are those who are asking the devotees of civil rights, "When will you be satisfied ?"

E. We cannot walk alone.

(a) EBADC (b) EABDC (c) EBACD (d) EABCD

(3)

A. What can u do to turn them away from positions and towards merit?

B. While you try and discuss interests, they may state their position in unequivocal terms.

C. Talking about interests, options and standards may be a wise, efficient and amicable game, but what if the other side won't play ?

D. They may be attacking your proposals, concerned with maximising their own gains.

E. You may attack the problem on its merits ; they may attack you.

F. You may be concerned with developing possible arguments to maximise the gains of both parties.

(a) CABFDE (b) CBFEAD (c) CBFDEA (d) CFEDCA

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 28 Feb '08

> ABCD is a rectangle divided into 2 rectangles AEFD and EBCF. AE = 28 cm, EB = 12 cm, and BC = 10 cm. G,H, I lie within AEFD. J,K,L lie within EBCF. The distances from each point in one rectangle to each of the three points in other was measured. The shortest of these distances was found to be 4...

ABCD is a rectangle divided into 2 rectangles AEFD and EBCF. AE = 28 cm, EB = 12 cm, and BC = 10 cm. G,H, I lie within AEFD. J,K,L lie within EBCF. The distances from each point in one rectangle to each of the three points in other was measured. The shortest of these distances was found to be 41 cm.

..... can't get enough data regarding the set of 3 points within each rectangle. they can be placed anywhere within the rectangles right ? this makes the distance b/w them variable. then how can we conclude particularly about the distances between them ?

Debashis Dan
@debashis_dan
116

Posted 27 Feb '08

ABCD is a rectangle divided into 2 rectangles AEFD and EBCF. AE = 28 cm, EB = 12 cm, and BC = 10 cm. G,H, I lie within AEFD. J,K,L lie within EBCF. The distances from each point in one rectangle to each of the three points in other was measured. The shortest of these distances was found to be 41 ...

ABCD is a rectangle divided into 2 rectangles AEFD and EBCF. AE = 28 cm, EB = 12 cm, and BC = 10 cm. G,H, I lie within AEFD. J,K,L lie within EBCF. The distances from each point in one rectangle to each of the three points in other was measured. The shortest of these distances was found to be 41 cm.

(1) Which of the following is true always ?

(a) Distance between G & H is less than that between J and I.

(b) (I,J) can represent the closest pair of points among the 6 given points.

(c) The closest pair of points among the 6 given points must be a pair of points in EBCF.

(d) None of these.

(2) Which of the following can be the measure of GI ?

(a) 0.5 cm (b) 1.5 cm (c) 2.5 cm (d) 3.5 cm

(1) Which of the following is true always ?

(a) Distance between G & H is less than that between J and I.

(b) (I,J) can represent the closest pair of points among the 6 given points.

(c) The closest pair of points among the 6 given points must be a pair of points in EBCF.

(d) None of these.

(2) Which of the following can be the measure of GI ?

(a) 0.5 cm (b) 1.5 cm (c) 2.5 cm (d) 3.5 cm

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