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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 17 Jun '13
Hi, Anyone joining Nyenrode for 2013-14? I would be joining and wish to share the room. that would save approx 250 euros a month. please mail me - abhi0312@gmail.com
Hi,
Anyone joining Nyenrode for 2013-14? I would be joining and wish to share the room. that would save approx 250 euros a month.
please mail me - abhi0312@gmail.com
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 21 May '13
Hi, Anyone for NYENRODE MBA 2013-2014? We can connect with each other before hand. My email id is abhi0312@gmail.com
Hi,

Anyone for NYENRODE MBA 2013-2014? We can connect with each other before hand. My email id is abhi0312@gmail.com
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 01 Nov '12
@calipso does the 13th edition contain the integrated reasoning? i have the 12th edition.

@calipso does the 13th edition contain the integrated reasoning? i have the 12th edition.
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 01 Nov '12
I live in borivali. Planning to write GMAT in feb.. Any suggestions?
I live in borivali. Planning to write GMAT in feb.. Any suggestions?
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 20 Sep '12
> @karanthepagal said: Every pair of vertices of a regular decagon are interconnected by line segments. From the line segments formed, one is selected at random, what is the probability that the line segment is longer than any of the sides of the decagon? 7/9 hai kya?
@karanthepagal said: Every pair of vertices of a regular decagon are interconnected by line segments. From the line segments formed, one is selected at random, what is the probability that the line segment is longer than any of the sides of the decagon?
7/9 hai kya?
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 20 Sep '12
> @mbajamesbond said: How many terms of the sequence given below are integers? Is it 4? number of divisors check kar rahe hai i guess..
@mbajamesbond said: How many terms of the sequence given below are integers?
Is it 4? number of divisors check kar rahe hai i guess..
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 20 Sep '12
> @mbajamesbond said: > > approach? since loss % and profit % is same, 1920 - cp = cp -1280 => 2cp = 3200 => cp = 1600 For 25% profit, 25/100 = (sp - 1600)/1600 => sp = 2000
@mbajamesbond said:
approach?
since loss % and profit % is same,

1920 - cp = cp -1280 => 2cp = 3200
=> cp = 1600

For 25% profit,

25/100 = (sp - 1600)/1600 => sp = 2000
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 20 Sep '12
> @mbajamesbond said: The percentage profit earned by selling an article at is equal to the percentage loss incurred by selling the same article at . At what price should the article be sold to make a profit of 25%? 2000?
@mbajamesbond said: The percentage profit earned by selling an article at is equal to the percentage loss incurred by selling the same article at . At what price should the article be sold to make a profit of 25%?
2000?
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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 20 Sep '12
@RRD2 We can consider the fencing inside the field as hypotenuse of the right angle formed with the two corners of the field. Since we need maximum area, the corresponding base and height of that triangle will be equal. Hence, 2a^2 = 130 * 130 => a = 65 root 2. Therefore area ...
We can consider the fencing inside the field as hypotenuse of the right angle formed with the two corners of the field.

Since we need maximum area, the corresponding base and height of that triangle will be equal.

Hence, 2a^2 = 130 * 130
=> a = 65 root 2.

Therefore area of the triangle is 1/2 * 65 root 2 * 65 root 2 = 4225

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abhishek choudhury @paaglaa 29
Posted 11 Sep '12
> @arjunstarz said:The numerical value of infinite series 1/(3^2 + 1) + 1/(4^2 + 2) + 1/(5^2 + 3) + ... is... I get 13/36
@arjunstarz said:The numerical value of infinite series 1/(3^2 + 1) + 1/(4^2 + 2) + 1/(5^2 + 3) + ... is...
I get 13/36