## MIXTURE AND ALLIGATION FORMULA

MIXTURE AND ALLIGATION FORMULA What is a Mixture?   A mixture contains two or more ingredients of certain of certain quantity mixed together to get the desired quantity. This quantity is expressed as ratios or percentage. Mixture is when two varieties of rice are mixed to form a new variety of rice. What is an Alligation?    Two ingredients A and B of price x and y respectively are mixed and the price of the resultant mixture is M (mean price), the ratio (R) in which ingredients are mixed is called, the rule of the alligation…

## Importance of XAT Mock Test

During the MBA preparation most of the aspirants think only about CAT. But there are other entrance exams as well where you should also keep your focus. Xavier Aptitude Test is one of them. XAT is used for the admission in XLRI- Xavier School of Management. XLRI is considered as the best B-school in the country for MBA in Human Resources and if you wish to sure your admission in this college, then you must prepare for XAT mock test very effectively. Importance of XAT Mock Test As you know,…

## Simple and Compound Interest: CAT Preparation

Simple and Compound Interest in daily life : Simple and Compound Interest is a very challenging topic but we somehow use it in our daily life. If you have a savings account with a bank and deposit some money, the bank will pay you extra money for saving with them. Similarly, if you need to borrow money from a bank the bank will expect you to pay back more than you borrowed from them in the first place! How much extra depends on the interest rate set by the bank. Banks make…

## Family tree relationships, Blood relations problems

Family tree relationships problems In the following article we will learn about the family tree relationships and the concept of family tree relationships based on coded symbols CAT aspirants can visit here for more such articles. Generally, in every competitive exam you may find family tree relationships  and blood relation  type problems. These types of problems test your understanding potential in given time. Here we will explain how to solve blood relation questions with easy & simple trick. Some…

## Paramount vs Tantamount

Paramount vs Tantamount In this article we we learn about the difference in paramount and tantamount . Learning the concepts for CAT aspirants and knowining paramount vs tantamount for more such articles please visit here What’s the difference paramount vs tantamount? The distinction is of paramount importance; it’s tantamount to being right or wrong. PARAMOUNT, from the Anglo-French word Paramount, derived from the Latin phrase per and montem, literally translated as “up the mountain,” means “supreme.” It’s also used (rarely) as a noun to refer to a supreme ruler. TANTAMOUNT…

## CAT preparation (Cyclicity of remainders)

Cyclicity of Remainder In this section we learn about the cyclicity of  remainder. And  explain the concept of cyclicity of remainder with the help of suitable examples. For cat aspirants want to know more visit here Concepts for CAT In CAT, MAT and other Competitive examinations like Bank PO, etc. you get questions where you need to find the last digit of numbers raised to large powers. It’s almost impossible to calculate the values of such numbers manually and  hence to find digit at their unit’s place. Such…

## Prepare for CAT 2018 in less than 6 months

The date for CAT 2018 has been released (25thNovember) which leaves exactly 6 months for the D-day. There is no better time to start your test preparation than now. Here is a comprehensive guide on how you should Prepare for CAT in less than 6 months The very first step is to divide the three sections and put emphasis on each one according to your comfortability with the section Part 1: Logical Reasoning + Data Interpretation Instead of putting raw data to solve a problem, be sure to organise the data…

## 50 Key Topics and Formulas for CAT Preprations

Competitive exams in India for MBA courses like CAT test a candidates skill on Quantitative Aptitude. The questions in the Quantitative Aptitude section are from various topics like Number Systems, Profit, Loss and Discount, LCM and HCF, Time and Work, Averages, Logarithm, Surds and Indices, Probability, Set Theory & Function, Trigonometry, Permutation & Combination, Co-ordinate Geometry, Mensuration, etc. Thus, it becomes important that candidates are well versed with the basic formulas required for solving questions with higher accuracy and in the least time. Here is a list of important formulae that candidates need to master to crack the Common…