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Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot 2
> @sarbot said: > > @visionIIM-ACL sir, I've duly filled in the NITIE form, my query is that in the check list they are asking to attach 2 self attested stickers 0f dimensions 3.5*7.5, so is it right ? I mean 7.5 is odd.And one more query is that since my insti gives marks on a cgpa basis do i h...
@sarbot said:
@visionIIM-ACL sir, I've duly filled in the NITIE form, my query is that in the check list they are asking to attach 2 self attested stickers 0f dimensions 3.5*7.5, so is it right ? I mean 7.5 is odd.And one more query is that since my insti gives marks on a cgpa basis do i have to enclose the conversion criteria now?
Im sorry, 'twas mentioned self addressed not attested. My bad
sarbot
Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot 2
@visionIIM-ACL sir, I've duly filled in the NITIE form, my query is that in the check list they are asking to attach 2 self attested stickers 0f dimensions 3.5*7.5, so is it right ? I mean 7.5 is odd. And one more query is that since my insti gives marks on a cgpa basis do i have to enclose the...
@visionIIM-ACL sir, I've duly filled in the NITIE form, my query is that in the check list they are asking to attach 2 self attested stickers 0f dimensions 3.5*7.5, so is it right ? I mean 7.5 is odd.
And one more query is that since my insti gives marks on a cgpa basis do i have to enclose the conversion criteria now?
isha2012
Isha M @isha2012
If x^2 < 625 & |x + 8| < 31, how many values of x are perfect cubes of odd natural numbers?
sarbot
Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot
@puneet_sharma89 said:
options for this question are wrong as the answer is zero instead of 1.Explanation:x^2<625 gives −25 < x < 25 ----------(1)But |x+8|<31 doesn't give −39 < x < 23--------------(2)It gives,x belongs to (-39,-8)U[8,23)as |x+8|= x+8; x greater and equal to 8 -x-8; x less than -8So, two cases: for x greater and equal to 8, x+8<31 or x<23 So, x belongs to [8,23)and for x less than -8 -x-8<31 or x>-39 So, x belongs to (-39,-8)Hence x belongs to (-39,-8)U[8,23)When we consider common solutions of equations (1) and (2), we get,x belongs to (-25,-8)U[8,23)-------------final solutionThis gives us only 8 as the only perfect cube of '2' which is not an odd no. Hence no perfect odd natural no.


1 is also an odd perfect cube

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Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot 2
@sandeep.crazy apply to XLRI and XIMB under XAT and for SNAP apply to SCMHRD and SIBM
@sandeep.crazy apply to XLRI and XIMB under XAT
and for SNAP apply to SCMHRD and SIBM
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Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot 2
@sandeep.crazy if budget is your concern you shoudn't have applied to MDI and IMI..c MDI fees is nearly 16lac+ and IMI almost 10. And as for other institutes apply to FMS , IIT B nd NITIE certainly cz all have OBC reservations and the ROI is also great. And as for snap its a headache coz ther...
@sandeep.crazy if budget is your concern you shoudn't have applied to MDI and IMI..c MDI fees is nearly 16lac+ and IMI almost 10.
And as for other institutes apply to FMS , IIT B nd NITIE certainly cz all have OBC reservations and the ROI is also great.
And as for snap its a headache coz there are 10-12 colleges under it. so its useless giving the exam.
FYI none of the Xavier colleges have reservations.
ALL THE BEST
abhishekjha29
kumar abhishek @abhishekjha29
*_PARA COMPLETION:-_* *_ _* Whatever level of self-control a person is born with ,he or she has ways to boost it.There is no paradox in this possibility that self-control can both be heritable across individuals and rise over time.That exactly what happened with stature.
sarbot
Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot
but acc to the 1st option it is said that everyone got tall, but we cant infer that.
wheres in the second option it is said that some communities boast.
so why not option 2?
hiphopsmart
hip hop @hiphopsmart
In Loonyville, four people called Doctor, Engineer, Lawyer and Architect follow the professions of doctor, engineer and architect. However, none of them follow the profession indicated by their name. The architect has no pets. The engineer is very public spirited, but has won no recognition or a...
sarbot
Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot
I bet this is looneyville.. coz its comedy going out there
Mohan912
Mohan Kumar @Mohan912
Let p n = log n(1/2).log n-1(1/3).log n-2(1/4). ..log 2(1/n) then value of p 2009 is pls someone explain...i dont have answer
Mohan912
Mohan Kumar @Mohan912
Let p n = log n(1/2).log n-1(1/3).log n-2(1/4). ..log 2(1/n) then value of p 2009 is pls someone explain...i dont have answer
sarbot
Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot
Let p n = log n(1/2).log n-1(1/3).log n-2(1/4). ..log 2(1/n) then value of p 2009 is

pn= log(n)1-log(n)2*log(n-1)1-log(n-1)3...

p(2009)= log(2009)1-log(2009)2*log(2008)1-log(2008)3...log(2)1-log(2)2009

= (-log2/log2009)*(-log3/log2008)...*(-log2008/log3)*(-log2009/log2)
= 1

(n)-->log to base n
IIMaspirantaks
!!! @IIMaspirantaks
In the CBSE Board Exams last year,53% passed in bio,61% passed in english,60% in social studies,24% in bio and english,35% in english and social studies,27% in bio and social studies and 5% in none.If the number of students in the class is 200.how many passed in only one subject?
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Sarbojit Dutta @sarbot
pleas someone explain the approach.
dunno if i am missing out anythn.