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guess it is an adverbial modifier, it throws light on when/how long ago J. Baker made paris her home - Hi Scooby, Thanks. Can you please tell how to find out whether the same is adverbial modifier...why not "noun" or "prepositional modifier"... I guess this is a pretty important concept that is tes...
- by kyabe
Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:05 am
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: Why the opening modifier act in two different ways
- Replies: 18
- Views: 4261
Yes it will.. Anywayz classic example is of a rooster which says cock-a-doodle-doo before the sunrise.
Now it can be assumed that the sunrise is the effect of the rooster's cock-a-doodle-doo.
But in reality we konw that its not.. Does this helps?
D says that officials are helping graduates. But in the argument we are concerned about dropouts. Dropouts have not become graduates yet..
Hope that helps..
I agree to you on this.. But one thing u need to keep in mind.. And that is : you can't assume anything on your own in DS, if it is not stated explicitly.. On that note I can say that Answer should be C. But again by looking at the diagram your reasoning seems correct as well.. BTW whats the source?
Thanks Ian. Just one small related query of factor question....the following is a question where it looks statement 1 is similar to the above discussion.... Can you please tell do we need to consider "n" as integer here or real number of n is also possible if nothing is mentioned... Is 30 a factor ...
- by kyabe
Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:43 am
- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: how many positive factors does a real number has ?
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3367
I disagree to the statment "You are really ahead of OG.... "
Partially agree to "without graph this would have been almost impossible to correctly make"
See the attached document.. Its the most simple way to solve problems like this...
The area marked in RED is not covered by the line 2x + 3y < 6. So the answer is E
I dont know how to answer your question.. Only thing I can assure you that this way u'll never get wrong answer..
Try a few and check urself .. If u want the proof of it u need to contact a mathematics professor..
plugging (0,0)...yields 0 <= 6...which is not true... Can you please tell does it mean that all the points below the line will not satisfy this inequality....i.e. all the points above the line satisfy this equation ? Thanks Mohit Are u sure its not true??? For me it is true and hence the side conta...
No you cant assume that the three all the sides have same dimensions just on the basis of area of a side as the area is multiple of two sides. i.e. for the area 40 sides can have dimensions (1,40), (2,20), (4,10) and (5,8)
I dont think u need to consider all three cases... Only thing which we need to know is that whether we are able to calculate the number of boxes or not and that can be done by B.
The simplest way is to plug-in values from both the sides of line and whichever satisfies the equation will be ur side.
Tip: If the line is not passing through (0,0) use this co-ordinate to decide.