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Hi Rajat,

I also got a mail from Nanyang, but i am confused is it for Nanyang MBA or Nanyang-Waseda MBA. Is it written in the mail that for which course there will be interview?
Hi Rajat,

I also got a mail from Nanyang, but i am confused is it for Nanyang MBA or Nanyang-Waseda MBA. Is it written in the mail that for which course there will be interview?
Its not a guess but its very much logical, If you see the equation 21x + 23Y=130 you can write is 21(X+Y) + 2Y=130.
Now try this for diff values of X+Y, as sum is 130, 21(X+Y) should be less than 130 and and arnd 130 only as 2Y is a small figure. try for X+Y = 5, then 21(X+Y) will be 105 but 2Y cant be 25.
Now try with X+Y=6, 21(X+Y) will be 126 and 2Y should be 4 so its a logical with sm thinking
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Lets assume there are 2 kinds of pencil X and Y. X of 23 cents and Y of 21 cents.

Statement 1
Its not sufficient

Statement 2
Total cost is 130
so 21X + 23Y = 130
only soln is X=4 and Y=2. Hence statement 2 is sufficient.
Lets assume total no of students graduating is 100
No of males graduating is x and females will be (100-x)

Statement 1
33% of males i.e 33x/100 and 20% of females i.e 20*(100-x)/100 are from other college. Not sufficient to answer fraction of males graduating

Statement 2
25 % of graduating students are from other college. Not sufficient.

From Statement 1 and 2
Statement 1: No of graduating students transferred from other college = 33x/100 + 20*(100-x)/100
Statement 2: No of graduating students transferred from other college =25

Comparing 1 and 2
33x/100 + 20*(100-x)/100 = 25
13x = 500
x = 500/13
So we can find the fraction of male strudent graduating which is 5/13. So soln is Both statements are together sufficient to answer.
DI :20 (5C 0W)
QA:51 (13C 1W)
VA :55 (16C 9W)

Total 126

DI was quite tough I wasnt able to attempt nething :(
Qa n VA was easy
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OA for this is option E.

The answer key says option E is idiomatically correct.

The idiomatically correct expression is to "take issue with (something)", meaning to disagree with. And according to the key only option e follows this format



Here issue refers to book issue (publication/version) not issue. The previous owner had taken issue with instruction is correct.
The answer will B. Here it basically referring to the proportion and not costs.


The underline phrase is modifying soaring television costs.I think C is the most appropriate.use of have been suggest the continouation of tel..costs in campaign.
D/E are straight away out bcoz of which.
A is out bcoz of IT.I thnk costs require plural.
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I will go with option B