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As the Iraq war continued, medical teams were forced to confront numerous unanticipated circumstances. The war went on far longer than planned, the volume of wounded soldiers increased, and the nature of injuries changed. The data, however, proved to be of critical importance. Surgeons following...
harshcat91
Harsh Vardhan Singh @harshcat91
*#RC:* *_The passage given below is followed by a set of questions. Choose the most appropriate answer to each question_* For some reason, a lot of people think that if you haven't studied a musical instrument by the time you are twenty then it's already too late. Also, people who didn't s...
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@harshcat91  What is the problem? Muscle memory does not say you do the exact same things again, it just means your muscles gets used to certain set patterns and can follow them more quickly. Tennis is certainly an example of that and so is typing. In typing too, suppose you type a lot and your friend hardly does. One day both of you might have to type the word floccinaucihilipilification or podobromohydrosis - chances are even though this is something new to both of you, the experienced typist will do it in half the time or less. Similar if the tennis opponent does something, the experienced guy will require less mental processing to work out a fitting response.

A classic modern example (ok, that's an oxymoron I know...!) is Temple Run (or Fruit Ninja if anyone still plays that), when you start playing you are fairly clumsy but over a period of time your reaction to the specific dangers gets faster and more precise even though those dangers are not occurring at predictable intervals. 

Master-Yoda
Now or Never -CAT mode on @Master-Yoda
@scrabbler Pls help IMS question. http://tinypic.com/r/nz4rba/8
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Hmm...even I went for 1 (on the logic that otherwise the question could always be answered by either alone, irrespective of the actual numbers involved) but I cannot fault your logic @Master-Yoda 

christianbale
Ankan Sengupta @christianbale
A huge fight is going on here regarding the new AIR-1 I see.Just one suggestion guys,why bother!She has done done well in this mock.And We'd hope to see her name in ROH in rest of the mocks too proving it wasn't just a fluke!!!So it's better to stop it here already.
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@christianbale  I guess the issue is that every time the list in the proctored sims and the self-proctored sims looks different so I suppose people are not willing to trust the self-proctored results as much (skepticism is a good trait in a potential MBA, nein?).

In the final analysis, it doesn't matter whether someone gets rank 1 or 10001 in these tests though, Sim 16 is the only one that *really* matters. Simplest way to prove yourself is to ace that one - no one will ask stupid questions then @sana9sharma2 Of course, if you have yet another different name in your cat registration, no one will be able to recognise you  


d_bh
Debolina Bhattacharya @d_bh
Such good scores and percentiles being posted here!! I wish I could also take part and post my scores, whatever they may be, too :disappointed: Couldnt write SIMCAT 13 coz I am in Kanyakumari right now!!
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@d_bh  You don't do things halfway do you? Kashmir nahin to seedha Kanyakumari... 

aimonlyiim
<< Ms. Perseverance <<<< @aimonlyiim
The time has changed for the world's superpowers to play their respective supremacy in the field of economy. The importance of the developing countries economies in the present day world is rising very fast. Both in terms of size and weight the contribution of the developing countries is very no...
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@chinki93  please don't waste my time with CL questions. Next time I will not say so politely.

SourabhSur123
Sourabh Sur @SourabhSur123
If we shift a graph to the right by 4, and then stretch it horizontally by 2 (with respect to the y-axis), this is the same as which of the following transformations?
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@SourabhSur123  for that the wording should be "stretched by a factor of 2" or at least "stretched by 2 times". Else it can be interpreted either way (especially given the wording of the previous question)

BTW Brilliant and CAT are very different things. Brilliant, aiming at people who do hardcore maths, assumes certain things in terminology which CAT doesn't (a JEE or olympiad might). I'd suggest not posting their stuff here, it will only confuse CAT aspirants

sav-9
CAT MODE ON 2 ✔© @sav-9
*_In how many ways can Gopal travel from point A to point B and back to point A?_* *_Given that:_* *_1) He can travel only along the grid lines._* *_2) He can only take the shortest path from A to B and the shortest path back to A._* *_3) The path that he takes to return to A, will at no...
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Assuming even point contact between paths not allowed, I guess around 40? But seems a little unlikely for CAT, time-consuming hai. Best left for later.

SourabhSur123
Sourabh Sur @SourabhSur123
If we shift a graph to the right by 4, and then stretch it horizontally by 2 (with respect to the y-axis), this is the same as which of the following transformations?
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Ambiguous - what does "stretch by 2" mean? Does it mean make it 2 units longer than before or make it double the original? Not clear. Source btw?

FighterMax
Fighter @FighterMax
Many young children in India have started taking up sports as a profession for various reasons- parental pressure, lure of fame and fortune, competitive spirit or a sheer passion for the game and the _*dwerst*_ of winning.