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@Neha011
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Hi all
Is anybody interested in starting GD preperation on skype? Please reply if anyone is interested and we can create a group and start practising.

Hi all

Is anybody interested in starting GD preperation on skype? Please reply if anyone is interested and we can create a group and start practising.

Is anybody interested in starting GD preperation on skype? Please reply if anyone is interested and we can create a group and start practising.

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@Neha011
6

> Im ready,
Skype ID, ktms2002au
hi
i will add u up and m also posting on the thread mentioned by prem393. lets wait for some more ppl to join.

Im ready,

Skype ID, ktms2002au

hi

i will add u up and m also posting on the thread mentioned by prem393. lets wait for some more ppl to join.

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@Neha011
6
Hi all
Is anybody interested in starting GD preperation on skype? Please reply if anyone is interested and we can create a group and start practising.

Is anybody interested in starting GD preperation on skype? Please reply if anyone is interested and we can create a group and start practising.

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@Neha011
6

Hi
I donot remember my Application no but i have my registration no. Can someone pls tell from whr can i get my application no?
Thanks

Hi

I donot remember my Application no but i have my registration no. Can someone pls tell from whr can i get my application no?

Thanks

I donot remember my Application no but i have my registration no. Can someone pls tell from whr can i get my application no?

Thanks

@Neha011
6

hi
i have heard that thr ould be no sectional cutoffs this time. But where is it mentioned on the snap website?

hi

i have heard that thr ould be no sectional cutoffs this time. But where is it mentioned on the snap website?

i have heard that thr ould be no sectional cutoffs this time. But where is it mentioned on the snap website?

@Neha011
6

hi can someone solve this?
A company's analytics team has modelled its total revenue (TR) as 3W^1.2 A^3.6 , where
W is its wage payments and A is its advertising expenditure.
Q)The approximate chang in TR, if wages are increased by 5% will be
1)3.15%
2)5%
3) 3.18%
4)6%
In additi...

hi can someone solve this?

A company's analytics team has modelled its total revenue (TR) as 3W^1.2 A^3.6 , where

W is its wage payments and A is its advertising expenditure.

Q)The approximate chang in TR, if wages are increased by 5% will be

1)3.15%

2)5%

3) 3.18%

4)6%

In addition to the said wage increase, if A is decreased by 2% then net change in TR will be

1) 3%

2) -1.2%

3)-0.04%

4)-1.4%

A company's analytics team has modelled its total revenue (TR) as 3W^1.2 A^3.6 , where

W is its wage payments and A is its advertising expenditure.

Q)The approximate chang in TR, if wages are increased by 5% will be

1)3.15%

2)5%

3) 3.18%

4)6%

In addition to the said wage increase, if A is decreased by 2% then net change in TR will be

1) 3%

2) -1.2%

3)-0.04%

4)-1.4%

@Neha011
6

hi
Pls solve this question
While constructing a cuboid shaped building of a mall, the architect planned to construct the outer
framework. Volume of cuboid to be constructed was 36000 cubic meters. He used 3 different types of
steel rods: S1, S2, S3 for constructing the length, breadth, ...

hi

Pls solve this question

While constructing a cuboid shaped building of a mall, the architect planned to construct the outer

framework. Volume of cuboid to be constructed was 36000 cubic meters. He used 3 different types of

steel rods: S1, S2, S3 for constructing the length, breadth, and the height of the room. S1 costs him

100 rupees per metre, S2 costs him 200 rupees per metre, S3 costs him 300 rupees per metre. What

would be the minimum cost for making the framework?

a) Rs. 16000b) Rs. 18000c) Rs. 24000d) Rs. 32000e) Rs. 8000

Pls solve this question

While constructing a cuboid shaped building of a mall, the architect planned to construct the outer

framework. Volume of cuboid to be constructed was 36000 cubic meters. He used 3 different types of

steel rods: S1, S2, S3 for constructing the length, breadth, and the height of the room. S1 costs him

100 rupees per metre, S2 costs him 200 rupees per metre, S3 costs him 300 rupees per metre. What

would be the minimum cost for making the framework?

a) Rs. 16000b) Rs. 18000c) Rs. 24000d) Rs. 32000e) Rs. 8000

@Neha011
6

> arey yaar..kam se kam question toh thik se likh diya karo yaar... ::
itne der se try kar raha tha..phir realize kiya ke aap ne question hi wrong diya hai...diameter ka ratio 4:1 nahi 4:3 hoga....plz check..agar 4:3 hai toh bata sakta hu kaise karna hai..agar 4:1 ratio..then i cant do this s...

arey yaar..kam se kam question toh thik se likh diya karo yaar...

itne der se try kar raha tha..phir realize kiya ke aap ne question hi wrong diya hai...diameter ka ratio 4:1 nahi 4:3 hoga....plz check..agar 4:3 hai toh bata sakta hu kaise karna hai..agar 4:1 ratio..then i cant do this sums... :(

hi

i did not intentionally put a wrong question. the question from whr i picked it up had exactly the same statement and diameter ka ratio 4:1 hi given tha. the question might be wrong and i m sry if u wasted a lot of time on this.

@Neha011
6

> Squib Says
>
> if you know the length of the median...then the distance of the centroid to vertex=2/3*(length of the median)
ya but i was asking in the context of the above question whr the distance of centrid to vertex has been calculated as sqrt(13)/3. how has this been calculated?

Squib Saysif you know the length of the median...then the distance of the centroid to vertex=2/3*(length of the median)

ya but i was asking in the context of the above question whr the distance of centrid to vertex has been calculated as sqrt(13)/3. how has this been calculated?

@Neha011
6

In the adjoining figure, I and II are circles with centres P and Q respectively. The two circles touch each other and have a common tangent that touches them at point R and S respectively. This common tangent meets the line joining P and Q at 0. The diameter I and II are in the ratio 4:1. It is a...

In the adjoining figure, I and II are circles with centres P and Q respectively. The two circles touch each other and have a common tangent that touches them at point R and S respectively. This common tangent meets the line joining P and Q at 0. The diameter I and II are in the ratio 4:1. It is also known that the length of PO is 28 cm.

The length of SO is

a) cm b) cm c) cm d) cm

The length of SO is

a) cm b) cm c) cm d) cm

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