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pulkit_malik
pulkit malik @pulkit_malik 35
oa 45 what percentile can i expect?

oa 45 what percentile can i expect?

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  • 70-75. 48m.
  • Guys please suggest me some good strategy. 13s.
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abd7
Ayan D @abd7 100

Yes sure and you too keep sharing valuable tips so 97 was 1515N's score?

pulkit_malik
pulkit malik @pulkit_malik 35

My whole strategy is going wrong. In the 60 question format i used to scan through the whole section at once and then I used to attempt the easier questions first. Scanning 50 questions on each section at first is taking up quite a lot of time. Also sometimes I end up wasting time on difficult sets.

laggayiyaar
sunny d @laggayiyaar 89
what is the min value of (x-1)(x-2)(x-3)(x-4)+10.?? 1.when x is real 2.when x is an integer.

what is the min value of (x-1)(x-2)(x-3)(x-4)+10.??

1.when x is real

2.when x is an integer.

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  • Product max when two nos are same, keeping the sum constant. 13m.
  • @ferlonso M stil not geting bro ! wat u mean to say !. 3m.
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kanika10sharma
kanika sharma @kanika10sharma 220
can some1 explain ques 23 and 11..in 11 i didnt get that y did we take a buffer slot..and plz throw sm lite on 23 too

can some1 explain ques 23 and 11..in 11 i didnt get that y did we take a buffer slot..and plz throw sm lite on 23 too

  • see, in question 10 N (5,5)- N(5,4) meant the number of n.... 4m.
udayan6290
Udayan Banerjee @udayan6290 29

see, in question 10 N (5,5)- N(5,4) meant the number of numbers with at most 5 digits and sum of digits EXACTLY 5. So, in ques 11, to determine the value of N(6,5) which is number of numbers with at most 6 digits and sum of digits at most 5, we need to calculate the number of numbers with at most 7 digits and sum of digits EXACTLY 5 and subtract 1 from it to get N(6,5). As explained in the solution, the sum of the digits from box 1 to 6 varies from 0 to 5, but for 7 boxes it is exactly 5. so, when we subtract 1, we get the desired result. Hope I was lucid. 

P.S.: I got this question wrong

siddhantm
siddhant mohanty @siddhantm 410
Something off topic : But has anyone been solving the sectional tests of CL ?? I found it _utterly tough_ (Sorry for the vernacular language :P).But seriously , LR's were not arduous , but were something different.And to add more to this , it was of 40mins only. @MJ477 , @jay3421 , @Sabya1590

Something off topic :

But has anyone been solving the sectional tests of CL ?? I found it utterly tough (Sorry for the vernacular language :P).But seriously , LR's were not arduous , but were something different.And to add more to this , it was of 40mins only. @MJ477  , @jay3421  , @Sabya1590 

  • I haven't attempted those yet !! Even IMS has also design.... 1h.
  • I have attempted them ... It seems that their idea is to .... 6m.
Sabya1590
Sabyasachi Mukerji @Sabya1590 68

I haven't attempted those yet !! Even IMS has also designed its sectional tests of 40 / 50 mins... Fail to understand the logic behind it

MJ477
Mayank Jain @MJ477 728

I have attempted them ... It seems that their idea is to increase the speed of candidates along with proper question selection ..

swapnil4ever2u
Swapnil Jha @swapnil4ever2u 1.4 k
I learnt it somewhere , wanted to share it : example 1 => trick for a<= b<= c<= d<= ....<=n number of ways in which 5 numbers or n numbers can be selected from 1 to 9 , such that a<= b <= c <= d <= e is 13C5 solution : a will always be less than b+1 b will always be less than C+1 c < d...

I learnt it somewhere , wanted to share it : 

example 1 => trick for a<= b<= c<= d<= ....<=n

number of ways in which 5 numbers or n numbers can be selected from 1 to 9 , such that a<= b <= c <= d <= e

is 13C5

solution :

a will always be less than  b+1 

b  will always be less than C+1

c < d+1 and so on

in short ,

a < b+1 < c+2

as max value is 9 , so , e+4 can be 9+4 = 13 maximum

in short , select any 5 numbers from 1 to 13 viz 13C5  

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  • bas bhai .. koi khas nhi ... 20m.
  • same here...stuck between 80-90 percentile in AIMCATs!! .... 18m.
harl
harleen kaur @harl 2
In a 100 m race,if A gives B a start of 20 m,then A wins the race by 5 s.Alternatively,if A gives B a start of 40 m the race ends in a dead heat.How long does A take to run 200 m?

In a 100 m race,if A gives B a start of 20 m,then A wins the race by 5 s.Alternatively,if A gives B a start of 40 m the race ends in a dead heat.How long does A take to run 200 m?

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  • 30 seconds. 2d.
  • 30 seconds. 22m.
aimonlyiim
Elena Roy Ghosh @aimonlyiim 109
Read the argument below & answer the question that follows: The G20 should identify those countries most at risk from global recession and ensure they are part of the solution. It should ensure that the voices of the poorest and the least powerful are heard and respected. Global recessio...

Read the argument below & answer the question that follows:  


 The G20 should identify those countries most at risk from global recession and ensure they are part of the solution. It should ensure that the voices of the poorest and the least powerful are heard and respected. Global recession should not be a pretext for global repression. The economic crisis will bring added pressure on governments from millions of newly unemployed people. There is already much talk of a difficult year for China, for example, as it faces a growing number of popular protests as economic growth slows.

The author’s argument assumes which one of the following?


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EnglishGrammar
Surinder Mahna @EnglishGrammar 633
Find out error in the following sentence if any and mark Sr. no. of the relative part. In case of no error mark Sr no.4. Ignore punctuation error . *For more similar exercises **www.englishgrammarlesson.blogspot.com.* *EXERCISE NO. E.193* *1\. They have known 2.several persons who said 3....


Find out error in the following sentence if any and mark Sr. no. of the relative part. In case of no error mark Sr no.4. Ignore punctuation error .

For more similar exercises **www.englishgrammarlesson.blogspot.com.

EXERCISE NO. E.193

1. They have known 2.several persons who said 3. they have not found performance of this machine well.

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Sagar_the_red_devil
Sagar Ahlawat @Sagar_the_red_devil
Hello everyone!!!!My acads are 10th:-92% 12th:-74.6% B.Tech:-66% At what percentile i can get a seat in IIM Rohtak or some other decent colleges like FMS,MDI etc.

Hello everyone!!!!My acads are 

10th:-92%

12th:-74.6%

B.Tech:-66%

At what percentile i can get a seat in IIM Rohtak or some other decent colleges like FMS,MDI etc.

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  • @moti : What are u considering for IIM A profile ? I got .... 1h.
  • @awesumvicky Its the otherway bhai...it will not conside.... 59m.
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moti
MOHIT KUMAR @moti 812

IIM A, B, K, I, S are out of ur reach. Rest all is quite possible @rockyxxxddd 

Yesh007
Sree Yeshwanth Badugu @Yesh007 65

People : IIM A doesnt consider acad anymore... It has released its criteria.....

awesumvicky
vikas kumar @awesumvicky 130

@Yesh007 i heard it will not consider for final selection, but for WAT-PI, it would consider !


Yesh007
Sree Yeshwanth Badugu @Yesh007 65

@moti : What are u considering for IIM A profile ? I got 10th : 90.6%, 12th : 89.2% and Grad : CGPA : 9.36... NCOBC...But..now IIM A has released the new criteria..where acads are not considered for selection..only preliminary cutoff...my profile is useless now....what do u think ?

de07
dewanshee brahmbhatt @de07 2
hello everyone ! could someone plz suggest me some non-fiction books which i can read easily..which are not so heavy to read,but are informative and useful...

hello everyone ! could someone plz suggest me some non-fiction books which i can read easily..which are not so heavy to read,but are informative and useful...

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  • thnk u :smiley:. 06 Jul.
  • The Ascent of money..Niall Ferguson. 1h.
The_Buffmaster
A M @The_Buffmaster 723

Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance.

Start up Nation 

bhavishya92
bhavishya bishnoi @bhavishya92 1

if u r new at non fiction zone den go for "the alchemist" by paul coelho.....its rlly inspirational one to read.......

me.aadil27
Adil Naseem @me.aadil27 2
There are 8 balls that look identical. One of them weighs less than or greater than others. Given a weighing machine(like electronic one) how will you find this ball in minimum no of attempts.

There are 8 balls that look identical. One of them weighs less than or greater than others. Given a weighing machine(like electronic one) how will you find this ball in minimum no of attempts.

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  • mine ans is 3. 1h.
mack01
mayank asd @mack01 45
There are five employees willing to serve on one of two different committees. If each employee can only serve on one committee, how many possible ways are there for the openings on the committees to be filled?

There are five employees willing to serve on one of two different committees. If each employee can only serve on one committee, how many possible ways are there for the openings on the committees to be filled?

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akitosforever
Akash Sachdev @akitosforever 45
(x^3- 5x^2+7x -3 )(x^3-5x^2+8x-4)/ (x-2-x^2) (x^2-3x+2)(x^2+3x+4) >= 0, which of the following is true?
(x^3- 5x^2+7x -3 )(x^3-5x^2+8x-4)/ (x-2-x^2) (x^2-3x+2)(x^2+3x+4) >= 0,
which of the following is true?




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kingsly_333
kingsly jayanthan @kingsly_333 814
*What is the distance between kashmir and kanyakumari?*

What is the distance between kashmir and kanyakumari?


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