I want to practice lr di from previous year mocks which one should i practice from time or cl or IMS? from which year I need to start.
People who gave Cat last year and gave mocks too, please help with the query.
diagram aisa hi banaya hai.. ya fir kuch aur tha.. I was doing it for first time toh i took a lot of time in understanding this but ab samajh toh aa gaya hai... did u use any other method ?
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i have the solution for this but thats quite time taking.... i want to see alternate approach to this question
DILR veterens, please give me some pointers. I am terrified of too much data, charts and figures. LR I am better at and can attempt. But a mix of too much DI and too little LR makes it hard for me to attempt acurately. (IIFT DILR was a real life nightmare) Please help me.
I have created Video Solutions for the DILR section of SIMCAT 1 and uploaded them in a playlist on a youtube channel named "Shankar Bhayankar"
It contains what all went through my mind at the time of attempting the paper and some of the concepts that can help you attempt questions in less time.
I would recommend only those users who have attempted the test to have a look at it for potential benefit.
Do leave feedback on videos. It would help me provide better solutions in future.
PS: my scorecard from the test is attached below for those interested.
A Mathematician is given a task of filling numbers in 10 cells of a grid of dimensions 2 units A Mathematician is given a task of filling numbers in 10 cells of a grid of dimensions 2 units × 5 units having 2 rows and 5 columns. In the cells of the first row, he has to fill 5 consecutive numbers, say, x, x + 1, x + 2, x + 3, x + 4, lying between 100 and 300. In the cells of the second row, he has to fill 5 numbers that are x + 100, x + 101, x + 102, x + 103, x + 104. It is also known that:
He has to maximize the number of prime numbers in each row.The average of numbers in the cells of the two rows has to be a prime number.
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