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pls help me in soving these....

*** when x + y + z = 6, x^2 + y^2 + z^2 = 8, x^3 + y^3 + z^3 = 5 then x^4 + y^4 + z^4 = ?? 0/1/9/ can not be det

*** how many natural numbers less than 100 can be expressed as a difference of two perfect squares in only one way ?? 25/28/35/38

*** when x^13 + x +90 is divided by x^2 x +n , remainder obtained is zero how many integral values of n is / are possible ?? 0/1/2/ infinite

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pls help me in soving these....

*** when x + y + z = 6, x^2 + y^2 + z^2 = 8, x^3 + y^3 + z^3 = 5 then x^4 + y^4 + z^4 = ?? 0/1/9/ can not be det

*** how many natural numbers less than 100 can be expressed as a difference of two perfect squares in only one way ?? 25/28/35/38

*** when x^13 + x +90 is divided by x^2 x +n , remainder obtained is zero how many integral values of n is / are possible ?? 0/1/2/ infinite

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For solutions of QQAD problems 51-100, refer post# 1961, pg 197 on this same thread. Posted by Deepan_Kapadia..

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Can anyone send me the link to get all the question and solution

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Answers for QQAD #118

1.48

2.80

The discussion for qqad 101-133 is goin on in another thread

http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/quantitative-questions-and-answers/25021-cat-2007-quantitative-questions-day-57.html

please continue ur discussion there

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Answers for QQAD #118

1.48

2.80

1.48

2.80

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i am not getting any answer for qqad 95

plz help me

aakhir ek pagal hi dusre pagal ka madad kar sakta hai

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aakhir ek pagal hi dusre pagal ka madad kar sakta hai

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Actually I M Not Getting Any Region Bounded By These Two Curves

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plz try to provide a diagram in he solutions to the geaometry and mensuration topics otherwise its real difficult to understand the sol

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Ravi, carry the discussion here http://www.pagalguy.com/forum/quantitative-questions-and-answers/25021-cat-2007-quantitative-questions-day.html

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ques# 105

solution for part A:

**How many integral values of p are there for which the inequality 3 - x-p > x^2 is satisfied by at least one negative x?**

**"by atleast one negative x"**

**This implies whatever values of p we find for the solution x<0 (i.e -ve)**

**taking x as negative the inequality looks like**

**3-(x+P)>x^2**

**or x^2+x+p-3<0**

**solving this we will get 2 roots. Now we have to see how x^2+x+p-3 will behave between these roots and beyong these roots. At x=-1/2 we will get minimum value of x^2+x+p-3. Thus any value between the roots satisfy the inequality. now on sloving the equation x^2+x+p-3 the delta value is 13-4p. For real values of the solution 13-4p>=0. **

**=> p<=3.25**

**thus p can be any integral less than equal to 3. So the number of solutions will be infinite.**

**hence (e) non of the foregoing is the answer**

**check fallas. might be i m wrong**

solution for part A:

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Ques#105

Part B:

In the end of the question it says for all x in (1,2). This means x=1 for case 1and x=2 for case 2

case 1:

putting x=1 in the inequality we get

p^2+7*p+1<0

solving this using quadratic equation we will get 2 irrational values. The integral values between those 2 roots are -6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1. Between those 2 roots the value of p^2+7*p+1 will be less than zero (p= -7/2 will give ninimum value of the equation). Hence -6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1 satisfy the inequality for x=1

case 2:

putting x=2 in the inequality we get

p^2+8*p+4<0

solving this using quadratic equation we will get 2 irrational values. The integral values between those 2 roots are -7,-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1. Between those 2 roots the value of p^2+8*p+4 will be less than zero (p= -4 will give ninimum value of the equation).

Hence -7,-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1 satisfy the inequality for x=1

The common integral values from case 1 and 2 are

-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6

thus, (d) 6 is the answer

Hope the solution is correct...have given major fundae:)

Part B:

In the end of the question it says for all x in (1,2). This means x=1 for case 1and x=2 for case 2

case 1:

putting x=1 in the inequality we get

p^2+7*p+1<0

solving this using quadratic equation we will get 2 irrational values. The integral values between those 2 roots are -6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1. Between those 2 roots the value of p^2+7*p+1 will be less than zero (p= -7/2 will give ninimum value of the equation). Hence -6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1 satisfy the inequality for x=1

case 2:

putting x=2 in the inequality we get

p^2+8*p+4<0

solving this using quadratic equation we will get 2 irrational values. The integral values between those 2 roots are -7,-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1. Between those 2 roots the value of p^2+8*p+4 will be less than zero (p= -4 will give ninimum value of the equation).

Hence -7,-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1 satisfy the inequality for x=1

The common integral values from case 1 and 2 are

-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6

thus, (d) 6 is the answer

Hope the solution is correct...have given major fundae:)

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