Hey guys, hope you all are working up the right tempo...always better to peak when it matters..there're beter positioned guys in this thread from the 2011 thread to stress on this than me.
Expanding like this we ll get
3^(even number)+1 will always be even
So it will be divided by 2
so in this expression of A there are 11 such factors.
Among those factors (3+1) = 4 will be having 2 times 2.
So total there are 12 factors which are multiples of 2.
So the ans should be n=12
(this soln is not my own creation. I had done similar kind of Qn somewhere last year.)
To the person I don't know, but whom I have seen doing selfless unbiased quality work in PG without any attitude , Happy Birthday. May you find success and let your tribe prosper :)
It's due to people like you PG earns its name.
I want an honest opinion from you people
I have converted rohtak and i was ready to join until yest night.
But wen i came to office today morning, my company has asked me to go to germany for long term. Long term means really long..
Now im split in my opinion.. To take Rohtak or Germany.
My contraints are
I'm 24 yrs old and have 3.5 years of experience.
I want to work for a consulting company after mba.
7.5 is my ctc. Will all this be justified if i leave the option of goin to germany.?
I was plannin to put papers today, dint expect that i would end up in dilemma
rohtak is the only call i have
GDPIs were a mix this time. Ranging from carbon credit mathematics to nrega to minor forest produce PI was interesting if not downright tough. There were instances they just asked acads though I have some workex.
GD depends on your group, there was a fishmarket where I just said one point and later was asked to rate myself n others when they interviewd me.
Looking through the gdpi threads of good bschools gives u a lot of insight..its a must do.
colleges like iitm had a surprise writen component so be ready for nything, and its fun if you go for sibm p, they have real group tasks..so its about having a basic knowledge of whats happening around,improvising, n hoping your luck runs that day!
there were instis which allowed the discussion in hindi, so if you dont understand hindi you have to tell that, and though english is universal, no one in north really feels 100% ok if you ask'em to switch to english, so know some hindi it helps
it is also 'rumoured' that a top 5 college with 'heavy' ROI located around 'capital region' is a bit biased if you look a typical southy so, ........ just take note
and you get a lot of brownie points for individuality, bcos panels are FED UP with coached answers from time and cl. so attend time/cl gdpi sessions,gather vital skills/data but let it not define you, be yourselves.
a panel told me that i'm less boring as i'm not toeing the line!
i have had a disappointing season, though i have a few converts..still waiting for a few so will update later.
maximise your written score, build your profile, forget your past,and if possible get a psu job which allows you atleast a flexible weekend and unquestioned leave/holidays later when you have to shuttle for gdpi from city to city.
Aju sir of TIME cochin told me this once. Rahul Mammen, grad of sacred heart thevra, made it to iim-a. and he was 20turning21 when he did that.supposedly the youngest iima grad , what he did different was he atteneded the gdpis in the respective instis as such. he travelled to ahmedabad,indore,lucknow,calcutta etc....and when panel asked why he took the trouble when bangalore was available as a centre he said "I just wanted to be here, always wanted to be, atleast i can feel the ambience and talk to the seniors,its my dream college"....
even iim-a fell for it!
IIM Aspirants, Please check the results of the following. We are unable to check the results as our net connection is very slow since last night.
Need to refresh my maths..lost my touch (Doing BA English)
can anybody give me CAT Syllabus. :)
Kozhi Saysi hav become a pagalguy finally!:grin: : ... kno its late - but hope to interact wid all u ppl from now in pg n in kozhikode:grin: ...congrats to all who hav converted:cheers: