Some one please explain answer to the below question . In my opinion , " these " should have a reference in the previous line . but the solution seems to suggest that it may have a reference anywhere in the paragraph before it . In my opinion this is against the grammar rule. Somebody please clearify this doubt to me .
P.S : question is attached in the form of the image
thanks in advance
800 people were supposed to vote on a resolution , but 1/3 of the people who had decided to vote for the motion were abducted. however ,the opponents of the motion ,through some means managed to increase their strength by 100%. the motion was then rejected by a majority ,which was 50% of that by which it would have been passed if none of these changes would have occurred . how many people finally voted for the motion and against the motion?
Gave CL unproctored 16 today, found QA pretty tough:
QA & DI: 24C/30A = 66 (90.81 percentile)
VA & LR: 36C/46A = 98 (94.81 percentile)
OA: 164 (96 percentile)
And I used to think my QA is strong.
A person is standing facing west. After walking 10 km, he turned east and continued for another 10 km. What is his location from the initial position?
a. The when part at least is becoming clearer: After some academic skirmishes over the past decade, most biologists agree that the Pilbara Hills of Western Australia contain traces of life dating back nearly 3.5 billion years.
b. The evidence for life gathered so far includes fossilized microbial mats called stramotolites and tiny features embedded in rocks, thought by many researchers to be microfossils.
c. Recently, evidence has been found in the same region for an entire fossilized ecosystem.
d. There are really three puzzles rolled into one here: the when, where and how of biogenesis.
e. Now a focus of intense international research, the ancient rocks jut from arid hillsides in a wild and desolate terrain about four hour’s drive through the bush from the coastal town of Port Headland.
I now have 3 options 1)Solve Pagalguy threads
2)Practice again Priviously solved Mocks
3)Practice New Mocks
4)Practice last 10 year solve papers
Browsing thro' the posts here, i realize that even during these trying times if there's one thing i've unconsciously done right is failing to book a slot for Mock-17 :-P I dont know if it has made things any better at all, at least it wont give me a false sense of fear....
Hi ,I'm facing a technical problem while entering the details.The year dropdown in GMAT section of Exam Details switches back to 'YYYY' every time I save the profile.I tried with different browsers but met with the same problem.Can you help me with the above problem?
If a no is divided by 5, 6 and 8 the remainder are 3,4 and 7 resp. what is the no?
please explain the approach , i forgot but there is a shortcut the no are multiplied and added in zig zag way,, some body please explain
I have scored 70 percentile .X-75, XII- 88 , BTECH- 75 , WORK EXP -40 MONTHS IN A CORE COMPANY ...DO I HAVE A CHANCE FOR A CALL?
Can anybody Please help !!
I have Scored 157 in CMAT,
Percentile -: 81.22 & Rank -: 8114
Please can you tell me which best college can i expect ?
Can anyone explain chicken mcnugget theorm in detail.?
Three distinct number are randomly selected from first 20 natural number .Find the probality that selected number are in GP?
Eight students - A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H - appeared in an examination named PXT. On the basis of the marks obtained in the exam, each of A, B, C and D calculated the difference between his/her marks and the marks obtained by each of E, F, G and H in the exam. The following table provides partial information about the differences calculated by A, B, C and D. For example, the entry in the cell corresponding to 'Row 1 and Column 1'(R1C1) is 2, which means that A scored 2 marks more than the marks scored by E. Same holds true for the rest of the entries. It is also known that, out of A, B, C and D, some of them committed mistakes in calculating the required differences, due to which some entries in the table are incorrect.
Out of the 6 entries given in the table for B and C put together, if only one is incorrect, which of the following cannot be the incorrect entry? a.R3c2 b.R3c4 c.r3c1 d.r2c1
If the entry in R1C4 is 2 and A did not commit any mistake in calculating the required differences, the number of incorrect entries given in the table for C cannot be more than a.0 b.1 c.2 d.3
can some1 give proper explanation to the above?
Scored 203/400 in Sep' 14 Cmat, percentile is 93.91 and and rank is 2633. Domicile state is Delhi.
And please tell me other options available at this score.