Welcome to the PaGaLGuY B-school Rankings 2011, the guide to India's Most Preferred B-schools in its 4th edition.
As many of you tracking our rankings since 2008 might have noticed, each year we have been experimenting with the various possibilities our CommunityRank methodolo...
A classic error that judicial courts are prone to is one where the paranoia over not allowing criminals to be let off the hook results in a lot of innocent people being put to trial. Statisticians call this unintentionally increasing 'type 1' errors (false positives) in the pursuit ...
What is common between the following people and their Xavier's Admission Test (XAT) 2011 scores? (Their XAT 2011 IDs are given inside the brackets.)
*CR Mahesh (XAT441916)*
VA - 99.07
QA - 99.97
RA - 97.2
Overall - 99.99
*N Vijay Bhasker Reddy (XAT44...
For benefit of all people I am writing the proof of the 5 mark (9+45) Question. (9+45)^48 = + f. (9+45)^48 (9-45)^48 = 1. ( + f) (9-45)^48 = 1. x(9-45)^48 = 1. So we have to prove that (9-45)^48 = 1-f so that x(1-f) =1. Now, (9+45) ^48 + (9-45) ^48 = 2(9^48 + __) = Even Integer. (9-45)^48 < 1 since (9-45) < 1. Let (9-45) = f'. 0 < f' < 1. Hence + f + f' = Even Integer. Since 0 <1 and 0< f' <1. f + f' =1. Hence f' = 1-f. QED.
It's 5:59:59 PM! So as promised, presenting the feature we talked about - PaGaLGuY's own weekly comic strip, "Mind your Business, Anna!" (MBA!) (to be pronounced with a South Indian twist to your tongue).
The 'Group Discussions and Personal Interviews' system at Indian b-schoo...