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Jon Snow @amolstark
Hello Guys, completed my final yr exams(computer engg.). My acads are: 10th : 78.46% 12th : 59.16% BE: aggr. 58 till 7th semester. 7th sem: 70% I am looking forward to appear CAT, CET, NMAt 2014. My Question: 1\. Shall I hunt for job and prepare for these exams? 2\. Can W.E for 6-10 mo...
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raghavendra @rags-at-work

Hi best option is to study and hunt for a job simultaneously 6-10 months is unlikely to fetch any extra points based on past trends. 

kinji.at.pg1
Kinjal Das @kinji.at.pg1
Welcoming all the Puys to the new thread for Bengaluru (PG City) City threads.
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raghavendra @rags-at-work

Logged in PG after some long time . wonder how the tag got missed

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Kinjal Das @kinji.at.pg1
*A SHORT Notice PG meet:* PG meet tomorrow (22nd June): Venue : CCD, Koramangala, Near Jyoti Nivas college. Time : 6 PM onwards. @visionIIM-ACL , @prem_ravi , @the_hate , @Psychodementia , @Poluka_Praveen
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Kinjal Das @kinji.at.pg1
*A SHORT Notice PG meet:* PG meet tomorrow (22nd June): Venue : CCD, Koramangala, Near Jyoti Nivas college. Time : 6 PM onwards. @visionIIM-ACL , @prem_ravi , @the_hate , @Psychodementia , @Poluka_Praveen
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chandler @chandler-bing
a milkman mixed 1:4 solution of milk and water with another 1:2 solution of milk and water in the volume ratio 3:2.If the profit earned by selling the first solution was 20% and the mixture was sold at that same price.What is the profit/loss percentage?You have to assume that water comes free of ...
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sachin jaiswal @sachinjaiswal
can someone throw light on 'test gym' by career launcher as i am planning to buy it
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
Hi i find it quite good , sometime the level of question is not consistent . but once you make your way to expert level . The question's are really good and tough. Hope it helps
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
Hi Guys , Need help on a conceptual question in percentage. 1\. 'A' bought a cycle and spent Rs.110 on repair . He sold it to 'B at a profit of 20% . 'B' sold it to 'C' at loss of 10%. C sold it at a porfit of 10% for 1,188. How much did 'A' but it for Now when i solve the problem ...
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
Hi Guys , Need help on a conceptual question in percentage. 1\. 'A' bought a cycle and spent Rs.110 on repair . He sold it to 'B at a profit of 20% . 'B' sold it to 'C' at loss of 10%. C sold it at a porfit of 10% for 1,188. How much did 'A' but it for Now when i solve the problem ...
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
@swapnil4ever2u Oh yes indeed thanks I overlooked it Brain freeze
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
Hi Guys , Need help on a conceptual question in percentage. 1\. 'A' bought a cycle and spent Rs.110 on repair . He sold it to 'B at a profit of 20% . 'B' sold it to 'C' at loss of 10%. C sold it at a porfit of 10% for 1,188. How much did 'A' but it for Now when i solve the problem ...
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
@swapnil4ever2u yeah missed posting the complete solution. But i want to understand why the second approach does not work ? any thought ? also is there a better way than calculating 1.2*0.9*1.1 ?
rags-at-work
raghavendra @rags-at-work
Hi Guys , Need help on a conceptual question in percentage. 1\. 'A' bought a cycle and spent Rs.110 on repair . He sold it to 'B at a profit of 20% . 'B' sold it to 'C' at loss of 10%. C sold it at a porfit of 10% for 1,188. How much did 'A' but it for Now when i solve the problem ...
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raghavendra @rags-at-work
@swapnil4ever2u thanks for pointing the typo. @Preeti_L but the second formula works in case of successive discount or successive changes. if X+110 is taken as the whole price we should be able to get the same answer right ?