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CAT Exam: Important Questions of Quadratic Equation Questions CAT Concepts Courses GMAT Practice Paper Tips 

CAT Exam: Important Questions of Quadratic Equation Questions

Quadratic Equation Questions In this blog we will solve and learn about some quadratic equation questions. quadratic equation questions are mostly asked in al CAT examination papers and is one of the important topic for all CAT aspirants. Questions:- 3x + 4|y| = 33. How many integer values of (x, y) are possible? 6 3 4 More than 6   x2 – 9x + |k| = 0 has real roots. How many integer values can ‘k’ take? 40 21 20 41   Equation x2 + 5x – 7 = 0 has roots a…

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Set theory questions for CAT: MBA Preparation CAT Concepts IIM MBA Quantitative Aptitude Tips 

Set theory questions for CAT: MBA Preparation

Set theory questions is one of the interesting topics CAT aspirants enjoy solving them. However, lack of conceptual knowledge in this topic might lead to confusion. Before attempting any question from this topic one must be clear with all Set theory laws and Venn diagrams. Set complement, intersection, Union and universal set questions are of prime importance. SET THEORY QUESTIONS Question 1) Set Fn gives all factors of n. Set Mn gives all multiples of n less than 1000. Which of the following statements is/are true? a. F108 ∩ F84 = F12 b. M12 ∪ M18 =…

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Important Syllogism Questions for CAT Preparation CAT Concepts GMAT IIM MBA Uncategorized XAT 

Important Syllogism Questions for CAT Preparation

Syllogism Questions Today I am going to share a systematic method to solve Syllogism questions. Syllogism is an important topic for CAT as well as other competitive exams. There are approximately 3-4 questions based on syllogism, mainly from verbal ability and logical reasoning sections of CAT. Solving and scoring in Syllogism questions is an easy task if we know the basics of syllogism. So, the question arises, WHAT is a syllogism? Syllogism is a Greek synonym of the word conclusion or inference. It is an instance of a form of reasoning,…

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CAT question and answers Admission CAT Concepts Courses Format MBA XAT 

CAT question and answers

CAT question and answers In this section we will learn about important CAT question and answers are mostly asked in cat exams. These CAT question and answers are important for all the CAT aspirants preparing for the exam. Syllabus and topics for CAT exam are as followed:- Quantitative Aptitude HCF AND LCM 6 different sweet varieties of count 32, 216, 136, 88, 184, 120 were ordered for a particular occasion. They need to be packed in such a way that each box has the same variety of sweet and the number…

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Best Books for CAT Preparation Admission CAT IIM Practice Paper Tips 

Best Books for CAT Preparation

When you think about preparing for an exam, the next thing that comes to mind is to select the books. If you wish to excel in any competitive exam, the selection of books is very crucial. In case of MBA exams, selecting the best books for CAT preparation is of utmost importance. When you look for book recommendations, too many opinions confuse you and you eventually end up with books that are not much beneficial. So what is the best way to decide which books are good for you and…

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MIXTURE AND ALLIGATION FORMULA CAT Concepts Courses Format MBA Quantitative Aptitude XAT 

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…

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Paramount vs Tantamount CAT Concepts Courses Format IIM MBA 

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…

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CAT preparation (Cyclicity of remainders) CAT Concepts Courses MBA Super 30 Crash Course 

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…

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Blood relations questions for CAT CAT Concepts Tips 

Blood relations questions for CAT

Blood relations questions for CAT  The logical reasoning section is considered as the most difficult section in CAT. But you  can solve some of the topics in this section very easily. Blood relations questions is one of them. You may have previously encountered questions based on blood relationship of husband wife or grandfather grandson. And perhaps you have skipped it because it seemed too difficult to understand.  The good thing is blood relations questions can be solved in very less amount of time. You just have to be clear with…

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CAT Exam: Quant Tips and Tricks by CAT Topper CAT Concepts 

CAT Exam: Quant Tips and Tricks by CAT Topper

This is a special notes for all CAT and MBA aspirants.. by IIM Topper. QUANT THEORY 1) nPr = n!/(n-r)! 2) nPn = n! 3) nCr = n!/(n-r)!r! 4) nCn = 1 5) nP0 = 1 6) nC0 = 1 7) AP An = a + (n-1)d Sn = n/2[2a + (n-1)d] 8) GP An = ar(n-1) Sn = a(rn – 1 )/ (r-1) S∞ = a/(1-r) 9) 1 mile = 1760 yards 10) 1 yard = 3 feet 11) 1 mile2 = 640 acres 12) I gallon = 4 quarts 13) 1 quart = 2 pints 14) 1 pint = 2 cups 15) 1 cup = 8 ounces 16) 1 pound = 16 ounces 17) 1 ounce = 16 drams…

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