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SET 3: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAT Concepts 

SET 3: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAT

A good grasp on vocabulary is essential for high scores in CAT examination. The different sections of CAT verbal are quite impossible to crack without the sound knowledge of vocabulary.  Be it reading comprehension or sentence correction, the candidate is going face difficulty in solving the questions without having a good grip on difficult words. So here are some words which will help you build your vocabulary. Also please try and find Antonyms for the same: ABROGATE: To abolish or render void Synonyms: annul, nullify, rescind, void CHICANERY: Trickery, deception…

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SET 2: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND ANTONYMS FOR CAT Concepts 

SET 2: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND ANTONYMS FOR CAT

Vocabulary is one of the most important cogs in the large wheel of English language”. A good grasp on vocabulary is essential for high scores in CAT examination. The different sections of CAT verbal are quite impossible to crack without the sound knowledge of vocabulary. In both the sections such as reading comprehension and sentence completion students find many path holes; it is due to the existence of the difficult words. So here are some words with their meanings and antonyms. Please try and find synonyms for these:   ZEALOUS:…

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SET 1: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAT Concepts 

SET 1: IMPORTANT WORDS, THEIR MEANINGS AND SYNONYMS FOR CAT

A good hold of vocabulary is vital to score high is CAT examination. Without a sound knowledge of vocabulary, the CAT verbal section will become quite impossible to solve.  Be it reading comprehension or sentence correction, the candidate is going face difficulty in solving the questions without having a good grip on difficult words. So here are some words which will help you build your vocabulary:   CAPTIOUS: Quick to find fault about trifles Synonyms: hypercritical, carping, carviling, censorious ATHEIST: One who denies that God exists Synonyms: infidel, agnostic, skeptic BESMIRCH:…

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CAT Exam Notes: How to find the last two digits CAT Concepts MBA 

CAT Exam Notes: How to find the last two digits

Finding out last two digits of a number is a skill that will help you not only solve some tough questions but quickly eliminate a few wrong options as well. Also, it is a skill that you can develop and master in less than 15 minutes. All you need to do is to remember a few rules and the rest will follow. Funda 1: A number ending in 1 Last two digits of (…a1)^(…b) will be [Last digit of a*b]1 Ex 1.1 Last two digits of 491^83 = [Last digit…

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Notes: Important Concept of HCF & LCM for CAT Exam CAT Concepts 

Notes: Important Concept of HCF & LCM for CAT Exam

Least Common Multiple( LCM) A common multiple is one that is a multiple of 2 or more than 2 numbers. Eg) The common multiples of 2 and 3 are 6,12,18 etc The Least Common Multiple of 2 numbers is the smallest positive number that is a multiple of both. In other words, the Least Common Multiple of 2 or more numbers is the smallest number which is divisible by all the given numbers. Multiples of 2 ? 2,4,6,8… Multiples of 3? 3,6,9,12… LCM of 2 and 3 will be 6….

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Notes: Concepts of Reminder for CAT Exam CAT Concepts MBA 

Notes: Concepts of Reminder for CAT Exam

Supposing a number N is divided by another number “x”; if the quotient obtained is “Q” and the remainder obtained is “R”, then the number can be expressed as N=Qx+R For example, suppose 8 is divided by 3 In this case, N=8, x=3. 3×2=6, which is 2 less than 8. hence Q=2 and R=(8-6)=2 Hence 8=2×3+2 Basic Remainder Theorem Basic remainder theorem is based on product of individual remainders. If R is the remainder of an expression( p*q*r)/X, and pR, qR and rR are the remainders when p,q and r…

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