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@manz

Posted 27 Jun '03

a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
if u strive for nothing but the best you usually end up with the best.
its ur wish ::
Make your decision, moreover do u think you will be willing to put everything to a stop after two years and do an MBA and then start over?

a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

if u strive for nothing but the best you usually end up with the best.

its ur wish

Make your decision, moreover do u think you will be willing to put everything to a stop after two years and do an MBA and then start over?

if u strive for nothing but the best you usually end up with the best.

its ur wish

Make your decision, moreover do u think you will be willing to put everything to a stop after two years and do an MBA and then start over?

@manz

Posted 26 Jun '03

Hey Shubb, that was really a simple way. amazing! in the book its solved using conditional probality P(event that flower is a rose (B) / event that flower is red (A)) = p(B n A)/p(A) = 5/8
can any one explain the funda behind conditional probality?

Hey Shubb, that was really a simple way. amazing! in the book its solved using conditional probality P(event that flower is a rose (B) / event that flower is red (A)) = p(B n A)/p(A) = 5/8

can any one explain the funda behind conditional probality?

can any one explain the funda behind conditional probality?

@manz

Posted 26 Jun '03

In a garden, 40% of flowers are roses and rest are carnations. if 25% if the
roses and 10 % of the carnations are red,
find the probality that a red flower selected at random is a rose.

In a garden, 40% of flowers are roses and rest are carnations. if 25% if the

roses and 10 % of the carnations are red,

find the probality that a red flower selected at random is a rose.

roses and 10 % of the carnations are red,

find the probality that a red flower selected at random is a rose.

@manz

Posted 26 Jun '03

hi adi,
its not worth mugging up the word list, not now. cauz it requires disproportionate amount of time wrt to the marks gained. u mite as well improve on other areas instead. and the funny thing is that the words usually asked in CAT never appear in most word lists..

hi adi,

its not worth mugging up the word list, not now. cauz it requires disproportionate amount of time wrt to the marks gained. u mite as well improve on other areas instead. and the funny thing is that the words usually asked in CAT never appear in most word lists..

its not worth mugging up the word list, not now. cauz it requires disproportionate amount of time wrt to the marks gained. u mite as well improve on other areas instead. and the funny thing is that the words usually asked in CAT never appear in most word lists..

@manz

Posted 26 Jun '03

Hi Shub, thanks.. the book i have gives a really complicated answer to in using some kind of conditional probality..

Hi Shub, thanks.. the book i have gives a really complicated answer to in using some kind of conditional probality..

@manz

Posted 25 Jun '03

A box contains 6 white balls and 3 black balls, and another box contains 4 white and 5 black balls. Find the probality that a ball selected form one of the box again selecte at random is a white ball?
Answer: 5/9
firstly i found the question really confusing.
and then the soluti...

A box contains 6 white balls and 3 black balls, and another box contains 4 white and 5 black balls. Find the probality that a ball selected form one of the box again selecte at random is a white ball?

Answer: 5/9

firstly i found the question really confusing.

and then the solution was even more confusing....

Answer: 5/9

firstly i found the question really confusing.

and then the solution was even more confusing....

@manz

Posted 25 Jun '03

imagine the 3 passengers who are indifferent sit first. then they will have ten seats to choose form. how can this be worked out..

imagine the 3 passengers who are indifferent sit first. then they will have ten seats to choose form. how can this be worked out..

@manz

Posted 25 Jun '03

In a railway compartment there are 2 rows if seats facing each other with accomodation for 5 each.
4 wish to sit facing forward and 3 facing towards the rear while 3 others are indifferent. In how many ways can the 10 passengers be seated ?
The answer is:5p4 * 5p3 * 3p3
My doubt is....

In a railway compartment there are 2 rows if seats facing each other with accomodation for 5 each.

4 wish to sit facing forward and 3 facing towards the rear while 3 others are indifferent. In how many ways can the 10 passengers be seated ?

The answer is:5p4 * 5p3 * 3p3

My doubt is.. Why 3p3 ? it should be 10p3 as the last three are indifferent and can sit on any of the 10 seats.

4 wish to sit facing forward and 3 facing towards the rear while 3 others are indifferent. In how many ways can the 10 passengers be seated ?

The answer is:5p4 * 5p3 * 3p3

My doubt is.. Why 3p3 ? it should be 10p3 as the last three are indifferent and can sit on any of the 10 seats.

@manz

Posted 23 Jun '03

I dont quite remember, may be CAT 2003@yahoogroups.. i wrote sim cats 2002 too, but then i was not working, so no free ka internet.. looking fwd to simcats 2003...

I dont quite remember, may be CAT 2003@yahoogroups.. i wrote sim cats 2002 too, but then i was not working, so no free ka internet.. looking fwd to simcats 2003...

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