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abhishek_techi
replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2010

It will be C(29,19). (n+r-1)C(r-1)

Here r is 20 and n is 10.

Here r is 20 and n is 10.

abhishek_techi
replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2010

If we see it this way.

17+23 =40 and 19+21=40.

So (17^3+19^3+21^3+23^3) can be written as .

Take 40 common and the remaining part is odd + odd = even. So the number is divisible by 80.

17+23 =40 and 19+21=40.

So (17^3+19^3+21^3+23^3) can be written as .

Take 40 common and the remaining part is odd + odd = even. So the number is divisible by 80.

abhishek_techi
replied to [2010-2012] IIM Lucknow Final Results out

Got another mail from SBI regarding loan application.

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abhishek_techi
replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2010

Answer for second is 12

For the first one, we need to start from last number and eliminate the numbers from set so that they do not add to 380.

For 373 we can have all numbers except 7.For 367 all except 13 and so on.

This way we are removing half the numbers . hence we can have maximu...

For the first one, we need to start from last number and eliminate the numbers from set so that they do not add to 380.

For 373 we can have all numbers except 7.For 367 all except 13 and so on.

This way we are removing half the numbers . hence we can have maximu...

abhishek_techi
replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2010

Even if copper and tin do not add up to 100% still the question can be solved since we have been given the amount of tin in the final mixture from which we can find out the weight of the two alloys mixed and the weight of copper in the final mixture.

abhishek_techi
replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2010

9.75 meters.

Ss/Sr = 100/95

Sr/Sp=100/95

So

Ss/Sp=400/361

So for 100 meter race, when Sujeet completes 100m Previn completes 90.25m

Ss/Sr = 100/95

Sr/Sp=100/95

So

Ss/Sp=400/361

So for 100 meter race, when Sujeet completes 100m Previn completes 90.25m

abhishek_techi
replied to A Word Game [March 2010 onwards]

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abhishek_techi
replied to Official Quant Thread for CAT 2010

Let first alloy be xkg and second alloy be y kg.

So we have

.1x+.04y=.09(x+y)

=> x=5y

For percentage of copper

(.9x+.93y)/(x+y)*100

Put x=5y and solve.

So we have

.1x+.04y=.09(x+y)

=> x=5y

For percentage of copper

(.9x+.93y)/(x+y)*100

Put x=5y and solve.

abhishek_techi
replied to A Word Game [March 2010 onwards]

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abhishek_techi
replied to A Word Game [March 2010 onwards]

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