# @pjg123

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Confusion reigns supreme.. Need help..
I am an OHU open candidate-- CET- 162
PAR-4 WE-0
I am hoping for a seat in JBIMS.. the display of provisional merit list will be on 9th june, and sadly, my Infosys joining date is 7th june.. Cud someone tell me how long the admission process continues, and what time approx the the college begins? At a score of 162, with only 9 seats in hand, can i be sure abt JB??? Dont want to b left without a college and a job! :shocked:

i think you should join infy on 7th june and if you get through jb (the chances of which are high i believe), you can quit in 2 days. its not a loss. butif you dont report on the joining date, in any adverse scenario, infy will not take you in then.
###### CATAhmedabad Study Group for CAT 2010

Hii.. I solved the previous set and i did not get any of the answers :(
But the solutions have cleared a few concepts on PnC.

I am posting a couple of questions.. I dont know if i am interrupting the flow of the thread but nevertheless..

1.) A ball is dropped from a height of 8 feet and rebounds 6 feet. After each bounce, it rebounds 3/4th of the distance it fell. How far will the ball travel before it comes to rest?

2.) A robot is programmed to move in this way: 1st go 1 km east, turn 90 degrees to go 1/2 km north. Turn left again to go 1/4 km west. After each left turn, the distance is half the previous step. If the robot starts at (0,0), where does it end up?

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Hi puys... Here's one DI set i found in some pdf that i dowloaded:

Directions for Qs. 3 to 7: Refer to the following information and answer the following questions.
In a group of 200 people, number of people having at least primary education : number of people having at
least middle school education : number of people having at least high school education :: 7 : 3 : . 90 of
these play football and 60 play hockey. 5 people in category III (defined as people having high school
education) and one fourth each in category I and II (defined as people having primary school education
only and people having middle school education but not high school education, respectively) do not play
any game. In each of the above category the number of people playing only hockey equal the number of
people playing only football. 2 people each in categories I and II and 1 person in category III play both the
games. 2 people playing both games are uneducated (category IV). 5 people in category III play only
hockey.
Assume middle school education can be had only after completing primary school and high school
education can be had only after completing middle school. Also all people in the group fall under the four
categories described above.
3. How many people have middle school education?
(1) 16 (2) 32 (3) 48 (4) 64
4. How many high school educated people do not play football?
(1) 6 (2) 8 (3) 10 (4) 12
5. How many people having middle school, but not high school, education play only football?
(1) 2 (2) 7 (3) 11 (4) 15
6. How many people who completed primary school could not finish middle school?
(1) 48 (2) 64 (3) 80 (4) 96
7. How many uneducated people play neither hockey nor football?
(1) 15 (2) 20 (3) 23 (4) 28

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###### CATParajumbles for CAT 09

TAB 14:

1.) Is the c sentence incomplete in the question or is that how the question is?

2.) b

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###### CATPara completion/sentence deletion-CAT 2009

Tab 12:

1.) 1
2.) 1

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###### GMATGMAT Data Sufficiency Discussions
Thanks Friends .. Official answer is A .. Thanks for expalanation
try this one

. If K is a positive integer less than 10 and N = 4,321 + K, what is the value of K?
(1) N is divisible by 3.
(2) N is divisible by 7.

Lets take only statement 1: In this case k could take up values: 2/5/8
Lets take only statement 2: In this case, we get the unique value of K as 5.

Hence, statement 2 is sufficient.
###### GMATGMAT Critical Reasoning Discussions
Please help me with these questions... I do not have the answers to these and i dont know how to go about solving critical reasoning questions of this type...

Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts
stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and
decide upon its degree of truth or falsity.
Mark answer (1) if the inference is definitely true i.e. it properly follows from the statement of the
facts given.
Mark answer (2) if the inference is probably true though not definitely true in the light of the facts
given.
Mark answer (3) if the data are inadequate i.e. from the facts given you cannot say whether the
inference is likely to be true or false.
Mark answer (4) if the inference is probably false though not definitely false in the light of the facts
given and
Mark answer (5) if the inference is definitely false i.e. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts
given or it contradicts the given facts.

A recent study of information technology industry in India reveals that 97 per cent of the employees are under 39, with female employees being younger than male counterparts. 66.9 per cent of them are under 25 compared to 38.5 percent of male employees. Further women employees are as suitable as male employees. In fact, many industries feel that there is no difference in the performance of male and female
employees.

The performance ratings of female employees are higher than that of male employees. Further, majority of women enjoy sense of safety and job satisfaction. Nearly 63 per cent women feel that work did not come in their other creative persuits and household responsibilities.

Q.53.
Young male employees are not suitable for information technology industry in India.
Q.54. The information technology industry is one of the youngest industries in India.
Q.55. A few years ago women employees have started joining the information technology industry.
Q.56. Many women probably continue doing good work in information technology industry even after their marriage.
Q.57. No other industry offers such safety and job satisfaction to its women employees.
###### XAT, SNAP, CMAT & OthersMission MH-CET 2009
Hey puys.. lets discuss some of these syllogisms questions given by DTE as sample questions..
I am having a doubt in question 74..

Q.74-78.
In each question below are given some statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV.
You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known
facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the
given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q.74. Statements : All films are clouds. All rats are clouds. Some clouds are chairs.
Conclusions : (I) No film is chair. (II) Some rats are films.
(III) Some clouds are rats. (IV) Some chairs are rats.
(1) Only I and III follow (2) Either II or IV follows (3) None follows
(4) Only IV follows (5) None of these

Q.75. Statements : Some bugs are slates. All slates are apples. No apple is car.
Conclusions : (I) Some cars are slates. (II) Some bugs are cars.
(III) Some apples are bugs. (IV) No car is bug.
(1) None follows (2) Only II follows (3) Only III follows
(4) Either II or IV and III follow (5) None of these

Q.76. Statements : All gates are flowers. Some gates are beans. Some flowers are clips.
Conclusions : (I) Some flowers are beans. (II) Some clips are beans.
(III) Some clips are gates. (IV) No flower is bean.
(1) Only I follows (2) Only either I or IV follows (3) Only II and IV follow
(4) Only I and III follow (5) None of these

Q.77. Statements : Some ice is ring. No ring is paint. Some rings are gold.
Conclusions : (I) No gold is paint. (II) No ice is gold.
(III) Some rings are paint. (IV) All gold is ring.
(1) Only I and III follow (2) Only I and II follow (3) Only II and IV follow
(4) Only II and III follow (5) None of these

Q.78. Statements : No candle is bell. Some shoes are bells. All tables are shoes.
Conclusions : (I) Some tables are bells. (II) No table is bell.
(III) Some shoes are candles. (IV) No shoe is candle.
(1) Only I and IV follow (2) Only either I or II follows (3) Only either III or IV follows
(4) Only I & III follow (5) None of these
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###### XAT, SNAP, CMAT & Others[2009-11]NMIMS - Queries

The answers to those questions are:
1. C
2. b
3. a
4. c
5. c
6. e
7. c
8. c
9. a
10.b
11.d
12.e
13.d
14.b
15.3/28, 5/14
16.b
17.2

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###### CATSentence Correction for CAT 2008

I also have another doubt, although this is not the right thread to be posting that question on:

Q.1. The local official ........................... the Minister of the situation.
(1) explained (2) warned (3) apprised (4) told (5) intimated

What is the correct usage? warned of or intimated of?

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