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Siddharth Singh
@sid_quirky
25

I have 3 books by Total gadha
1.number systems 2. Time speed & distance 3. Geometry
does TG has books on other topics as P & C , arithemetic , algebra ???

I have 3 books by Total gadha

1.number systems 2. Time speed & distance 3. Geometry

does TG has books on other topics as P & C , arithemetic , algebra ???

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- plz mail me these books aakashdw007@gmail.com. 27m.
- all of TG material https://drive.google.com/folderview?i.... 10m.

@aris
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Along with the negative and destructive effects of science, another reason for the changed climate of thinking is disappointment at the hard returns from science which has, at times in the past, promised more than it has delivered. We have realized that science is not the supremely important tool...

Along with the negative and destructive effects of science, another reason for the changed climate of thinking is disappointment at the hard returns from science which has, at times in the past, promised more than it has delivered. We have realized that science is not the supremely important tool we once thought it to be for improving the world. On a variety of fronts, from the philosophical to the ruggedly practical, science has been under attack for the sort of world it has produced. The whole basis of our science-based, growth-obsessed, industrial civilization is being questioned. ___________

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takehome 111

qa-103

va-95

oa-198

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- IMS papers are more dffclt in QA.I attempted 1 IMS take h.... 1h.
- my tens and unit digit will interchange in VA then in CL .... 1h.

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ayush jain
@a-jay
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@christianbale acha wase cl aur ims k papers me kya difference hai difficulty level me?

Ankan Sengupta
@christianbale
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IMS papers are more dffclt in QA.I attempted 1 IMS take home paper.5 DIs were there and 5 LRs.CL gives 4 each.% is too much.But in VA CL papers are tougher.Options are way too close and smties you're bound to commit mistake if your base is not solid.

ayush jain
@a-jay
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my tens and unit digit will interchange in VA then in CL mocks

n 7
@nightingale7

Hi Pguys! I am having TIME study material but do not have the solutions booklets for the exercises given at the end of each chapter. Would be highly appreciated if anyone could provide the same.
Thanks.

Hi Pguys! I am having TIME study material but do not have the solutions booklets for the exercises given at the end of each chapter. Would be highly appreciated if anyone could provide the same.

Thanks.

Siddhant Sharma
@sids91
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MFC converts, I would like to know the work ex factor in the final selections. Freshers/No work ex people have chance?
Thanks!

MFC converts, I would like to know the work ex factor in the final selections. Freshers/No work ex people have chance?

Thanks!

don't know how to face myself in the mirror. Scored 39 OA

- last time's aimcat score's?. 2d.
- @iimbiimc Couldn't appear. Missed the slot. Kill me.. 1h.

kanika sharma
@kanika10sharma
219

new proc mock 2 has now been named 3 by cl? or hav i missED a mock :astonished:

new proc mock 2 has now been named 3 by cl? or hav i missED a mock

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- thnk u :smiley: all d bst to u too if u r yet to take it. 1h.

**Where are Diamonds found in India?**

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Abhishek Bisht
@abisht80

Hi friends... Have a little query. Can someone explain the sol'n for the below mentioned question.
In how many ways can 12 similar balls be divided into 3 groups with each group containing at most 6 balls
11
6
12
10

Hi friends... Have a little query. Can someone explain the sol'n for the below mentioned question.

In how many ways can 12 similar balls be divided into 3 groups with each group containing at most 6 balls

11

6

12

10

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- A+B+C=12...Atmost 6, we can take as Atleast 7.......so no.... 2h.
- if no arrangement is done among groups ..then Ans should .... 2h.

pulkit malik
@pulkit_malik
30

it should have said that all groups are identical

NIK ANAND
@NIKEL
31

633,642,651,543,552,444 are possible groups...min 0 not possible as you to divide it in 3 groups

kanishk ghosh
@kghosh0

A+B+C=12...Atmost 6, we can take as Atleast 7.......so now A+B+C=5......14C2 - 3 * 7C2=28

kanishk ghosh
@kghosh0

if no arrangement is done among groups ..then Ans should be 7.(066),(156)(255)(345)(444)(336)(246)

Gaurav Chandrakar
@cg99916
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puys
nc obc certificate should have in which format jpeg or pdf and how much kb ??
plz help !

puys

nc obc certificate should have in which format jpeg or pdf and how much kb ??

plz help !

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- why am I not able to upload docs??? File size is 191kb.. .... 14h.
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remainder when 347^347 is divided by 100... show the process pls..

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- @saquib.hasan \- Thanks for in-depth explanation. I have .... 2h.
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Saquib Hasan
@saquib.hasan
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To those who do not know Euler, lets analyse this question in detail..

For any question to find a^p mod n where p and n are co-prime Euler can be applied.

For doing so, The Eulier tutient is to be found.

I discuss the method to find the Euler tutient with the help of the following example.

7^100 mod 66

66=2*3*11

Therefore, Euler Tutient= 66*(1-1/2)*(1-1/3)*(1-1/11)=20

Therefore, the question =7^20*5mod100, Thus according to Eulers thorem the remainder would be 1.

Now, applying the same rule to the given question.

Euer Tutient 0f 100=100*(1-1/2)*(1-1/5)=40

Therefore, 347^347=(347^40*8 * 347^27)/ 100

=1*347^27 mod 100=> 47^27mod 100

Find the last two digit of 47^27...That would be the ans

Hence 63 Ans

Shivam Chopra
@Coolbud012
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@saquib.hasan - Thanks for in-depth explanation. I have doubt in last step.

47^27 = 01 * 47^3 = 09 * 47 = 23

If I solve it by simple way I get 63 but by this I'm getting 23...

Sabyasachi Mukerji
@Sabya1590
61

And the bad patch continues.... :disappointed:
Bull Cat 03 : OA 107 (71+36)
Hope to turn it around soon

And the bad patch continues....

Bull Cat 03 : OA 107 (71+36)

Hope to turn it around soon

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- same here bro 114 :disappointed:. 2h.

Surinder Mahna
@EnglishGrammar
624

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. 201*
*1\. The Prime Minister of India reiterated that ...

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. 201**

**1. The Prime Minister of India reiterated that 2.he was not averse of continuing bilateral talks with Pakistan 3.provided Pakistan responds in a serious and sincere manner.**

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Kanav Gupta
@friend247.g

In how many ways we can arrange 7 different balls in 5 different boxes, with at least one ball per box?

Hitbullseye.com
@hitbullseyes
65

n how many ways can 75 be written as a sum of n consecutive positive integers? (Hint : apply the concept of averages)

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- 6 or 12..?. 5h.
- @vegetodbz no short trick here. This is what i did Av.... 2h.

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rohit B
@vegetodbz
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@ssethia86 , can u explain a bit more how u got the answer??

nigshey vashishtha
@Bahadur_billa
169

number of ways in which a number can be written as a sum of n consecutive positive integer=No of odd divisor-1.......75=5^2*3^1=no of odd divisors-1=(2+1)*(1+1)-1=6-1=5

Natty .
@ssethia86
108

@vegetodbz no short trick here. This is what i did

Average of n consecutive no.s -> xx.5 (if n even ), integer (n odd)

On multiplying average by n = 75

Now, 75/1 = 75. nothing to add. so no.

75/2 = 37.5 -> 37 + 38

75/3 = 25 -> 24 + 25 + 26 (i.e. equal no.s on left and right of 25)..........

75/10 = 7.5 -> 4 nos + 7 + 8 + 4 nos

75/15 = 5 -> 7 nos + 5 + 7 nos (some nos are -ive on left of 5) so no

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please if possiible mail me these books

plz mail me these books aakashdw007@gmail.com

all of TG material

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByCDNLyGGkvBOS1ieV82RHRma0k&usp=drive_web

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