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This might help. PS: I have availed it for myself , checked the contents, hence sharing.


http://catstudymaterial.wordpress.com/


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A bus covered a distance of 160 km in 4 hrs covering a aprt of it at 30 kmph and remaining at 70 kmph For hw much did bus travel at 70 kmph? 1 hr 1.5 hr 2 hr 0.5 hr

A bus covered a distance of 160 km in 4 hrs covering a aprt of it at 30 kmph and remaining at 70 kmph For hw much did bus travel at 70 kmph?

1 hr

1.5 hr

2 hr

0.5 hr

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  • 1hr.... 6h.
  • pls explain yes rite @chitra Nair. 9m.
Work ex: Accenture 28 months (Won several awards at Accenture for my contributions) 10th: 79% 12th: 50.50% B.Tech: 2.95/ 4 CGPA GMAT: 550 Also involved in lot of CSR organisations, Public Speaking forums and have been working Part-time at Event Management organisations since 2008. Rahul, ...

Work ex: Accenture 28 months

(Won several awards at Accenture for my contributions)

10th: 79%

12th: 50.50%

B.Tech: 2.95/ 4 CGPA

GMAT: 550

Also involved in lot of CSR organisations, Public Speaking forums and have been working Part-time at Event Management organisations since 2008.

 Rahul, could you please tell me my chances for to get an admit to Great Lakes? 

In the following question, there are five sentences. The sentence labelled A is in its correct place. The four that follow are labelled B, C, D and E, and need to be arranged in the logical order to form a coherent paragraph. From the given options, choose the most appropriate option. A. Th...

In the following question, there are five sentences. The sentence labelled A is in its correct place. The four that follow are labelled B, C, D and E, and need to be arranged in the logical order to form a coherent paragraph. From the given options, choose the most appropriate option.

A. The Earth orbits around the Sun, returning to the same position relative to the distant stars once every year.

B. Likewise, Venus moves around the Sun 1.63 times every time Earth orbits just once.

C. That kind of statement is extremely meaningful – without recourse to the concept of a ‘year’, we can say that Earth moves around the Sun 1.88 times every time Mars orbits just once.

D. By itself, that’s not so meaningful – it’s just the definition of a ‘year’.

E. But Mars, as it turns out, returns to the same position once every 1.88 years.

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plz help me wid this ques from arun sharma geometry LOD2 Q22 PP' and QQ' are two direct common tangents to two circles intersecting at points A and B. the common chord on produced intersects PP' in R and QQ' in S. which of the followong is true? 1) RA^2 + BS^2 = AB^2 2) RS^2 = PP'^2 +...
plz help me wid this ques from arun sharma geometry LOD2 Q22

PP' and QQ' are two direct common tangents to two circles intersecting at points A and B. the common chord on produced intersects PP' in R and QQ' in S. which of the followong is true?

1) RA^2 + BS^2 = AB^2
2) RS^2 = PP'^2 + AB^2
3) RS^2 = PP'^2 + QQ'^2
4) RS^2 = BS^2 + PP'^2
  • I actually stumbled upon this post while searching for th.... 1h.
Prateek.kalra89
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I actually stumbled upon this post while searching for the same..just assume simple values for the radii..assume a symmetric figure, which would be helpful, as we dont have any special conditions given..i assumed 10 as the radii For both the circles, 16 as the distnc between them..(use some simple pythagoreas triplets)..u can then verify ur values with the given options..ans is option 2!

RC- It is not universally realized that reasoning comprises a great deal of what philosophy is about. Many people have the idea that philosophy is essentially about ideas or theories about the nature of the world and our place in it. Philosophers do indeed advance such ideas and theories, but in...

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It is not universally realized that reasoning comprises a great deal of what philosophy is about. Many people have the idea that philosophy is essentially about ideas or theories about the nature of the world and our place in it. Philosophers do indeed advance such ideas and theories, but in most cases their power and scope stems from their having been derived through rational argument from acceptable premises. Of course, many other regions of human life also commonly involve reasoning, and it may sometimes be impossible to draw clean lines distinguishing philosophy from them. (In fact, whether or not it is possible to do so is itself a matter of heated philosophical debate.)

The natural and social sciences are, for example, fields of rational inquiry that often bump up against the borders of philosophy (especially in inquiries into the mind and brain, theoretical physics and anthropology). But theories composing these sciences are generally determined through certain formal procedures of experimentation and reflection to which philosophy has little to add. Religious thinking sometimes also enlists rationality and shares an often-disputed border with philosophy. But while religious thought is intrinsically related to the divine, sacred or transcendent - perhaps through some kind of revelation, article of faith or religious practice - philosophy, by contrast, in general is not.

Of course, the work of certain prominent figures in the Western philosophical tradition presents decidedly non-rational and even antirational dimensions (for example, that of Heraclitus, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger and Derrida). Furthermore, many include the work of Asian (Confucian, Taoist, Shinto), African, Aboriginal and Native American thinkers under the rubric of philosophy, even though they seem to make little use of argument. But, perhaps despite the intentions of its authors, even the work of nonstandard thinkers involves rationally justified claims and subtle forms of argumentation. And in many cases, reasoning remains on the scene at least as a force to be reckoned with. Philosophy, then, is not the only field of thought for which rationality is important. And not all that goes by the name of philosophy is argumentative. But it is certainly safe to say that one cannot even begin to master the expanse of philosophical thought without learning how to use the tools of reason.

Which of the following is not true about philosophy, as per this passage?

1) The line between philosophy and religious thought is not always clear.

2) Historically, Western philosophical tradition has tended to emphasize the non-rational or anti-rational aspects of philosophy.

3) The question of what is the appropriate subject matter of philosophy is a topic of philosophical debate.

4) Philosophy is not always rational, and nor is it the only area of study that uses rational thought.

This passage is most likely an extract from:

1) an article called 'The Importance of Rational Thought'.

2) a book called The Story of Philosophy.

3) a book called Tools and Methods for Philosophy.

4) an article called 'Rationality in Philosophy and Religion'.

-IMS

There are eight switches in a row from left to right on a switch board. At least one of the eight switches is switched on. In how many ways is this possible, if all the switches which are switched on are next to each other? can somebody explain this question to me..plz

There are eight switches in a row from left to right on a switch board. At least one of the eight switches is switched on. In how many ways is this possible, if all the switches which are switched on are next to each other?

can somebody explain this question to me..plz

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  • And so on..... The answer is 1+2+3+...8. 10h.
  • @arushi2693 What's the quesn no?. 1h.
pulkit_malik
pulkit malik @pulkit_malik 137

1 way to select all the 8 switches together. 2 ways to select 7 switches together. 3 ways to select 6 switches together 

when will they upload the new-pattern mocks ?..any idea ?

when will they upload the new-pattern mocks ?..any idea ?

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  • they have. 3h.
  • ohh..but in my account,it's still the same old 6 MCs & 4C.... 1h.
SimCAT 111: QADI: 32C/38A = 90; 97.80%ile VALR: 36C/43A = 101; 99.75%ile Total: 68C/81A = 191; 99.71%ile -_-

SimCAT 111:

QADI: 32C/38A = 90; 97.80%ile

VALR: 36C/43A = 101; 99.75%ile

Total: 68C/81A = 191; 99.71%ile -_-

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  • Lol.. what do I say to that now :stuck out tongue:. 4h.
  • haha..nothing :smiley: ..just embrace the encomium (Y). 1h.
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kanika10sharma
kanika sharma @kanika10sharma 259

that's an amazing score ..n how ws the paper...easy tough or mediocre?

shashwatdgr8
Shashwat Gangwar @shashwatdgr8 395

Thanks Kanika. Easyy. Wasted time in sec1 hence such a bad sec 1 percentile

kanika10sharma
kanika sharma @kanika10sharma 259

ya...mite be bad for u..coz u r shashwat  :P ..i wud have accepted that %le in sec 1 wid opn arms  

does anyone has pdf on probablity and permutations and combinations?


does anyone has pdf on probablity and permutations and combinations?

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  • me to : abhiseksubham@gmail.com. 1h.
What will be the minimum value of the sum of the squares of the roots of the eq. X^2-(a-3)x+(a-8)=0, a is a positive integer. Please explain the solution
What will be the minimum value of the sum of the squares of the roots of the eq. X^2-(a-3)x+(a-8)=0, a is a positive integer. Please explain the solution
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can u please send me cl mock pdfs on my e-mail id : rahul.crysis@gmail.com Thanx in Advance


can u please send me cl mock pdfs  on my e-mail id : rahul.crysis@gmail.com

Thanx in Advance

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  • anytime.. all the best..!!. 8h.
  • ATB !! :smiley:. 3h.
Hi Friends... its just 60 more days to go for CAT...here sharing some tips for last 2 months preparations : *Schedule your CAT date:* If you are confident with your preparation, you can go for early dates as it will save your time for preparation of other major MBA exams like XAT, NMAT, IIFT ...

Hi Friends... its just 60 more days to go for CAT...here sharing some tips for last 2 months preparations :

Schedule your CAT date: If you are confident with your preparation, you can go for early dates as it will save your time for preparation of other major MBA exams like XAT, NMAT, IIFT Entrance which can bring you many more admission opportunities to top B-schools in India.

If you are well-prepared, you should not schedule the CAT test in the latter half of the window as feedback emerging from the first half of the test window may unnecessarily stress and confuse you.

Take as many mock CAT as possible: Toppers and Experts suggest that you should practice a lot and take as many mock CAT as possible in last few weeks. You should practice a lot; only practice can make you perfect and improve your accuracy. 

Come out with a proper analysis of your performance after each mock test and try to find out weaknesses and strengths. At the end of each Mock CAT, you can check your scores in each area/section and find out where you are lacking expertise in, and concentrate on those topics more before the next Mock CAT. This way, you would ensure that whatever the weak areas you have you can work on them before the next Mock CAT.

While mock is must at this stage, cautions that you should not try to attempt more questions in Mock CAT at the cost of your accuracy.

Plan your calendar: As you approach nearer to your CAT date, you should devote more time to study. Suggesting the time you need to devote in a 100 days framework for CAT prep,For the first 6-8 weeks, 10-14 hours per week would be sufficient. The next 6-8 weeks, one should do 16-18 hours.

The final few weeks, one should shoot for 25-30 hours. Working executives should plan leave in the last 2-3 weeks so that they can completely concentrate on their preparation. You should have finished learning all concepts by October 1. The last month of preparation should be less of preparation and more of practicing.

Given enough time, you will realize that you can always solve almost all the problems. But the fact that the same has to be done within a time limit makes the task onerous and challenging. Work more on strong areas and identify doable weak areas: With 6-8 weeks remaining for your D-day, you should clearly identify your strong areas and weak areas. Once you identify the same, you should build on your strength now and pick a few weak areas which you can work afresh from a concept level. An equal command on all areas may not be necessary as you can always reduce the number of attempts and instead go for more accuracy in your strong sections.

Forget other exams, focus on CAT: As you must have worked on the basic concepts for your MBA exams in last few weeks, it is time to focus completely on CAT now. While basics for almost all the MBA exams remain the same, you can focus on specific nature of different exams like XAT, NMIMS, IIFT Entrance after your CAT. All the Best !!

  • ummm okay..btw what window r u talking abt?. 3d.
  • yeah ..right ..."SCHEDULE THE CAT Date" :expressionless:.... 3h.
The Chicken McNugget Theorem: It states that for any two relatively prime positive integers 'm, n', the greatest integer that cannot be written in the form 'am+bn' for non-negative integers a, b is 'mn-m-n'.

The  Chicken McNugget Theorem:

It states that for any two relatively prime positive integers 'm, n', the greatest integer that cannot be written in the form 'am+bn' for non-negative integers a, b is 'mn-m-n'.

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  • @ansh.r12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSdfDWiRDBI .... 3h.
  • @prate3k will see thnx :smiley:. 3h.
Who among the following has won back to back Oscar for Best Actor?


Who among the following has won back to back Oscar for Best Actor?

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