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Interest from bond X : i1*r1/100 Interest from bond Y : i2*r2/100 we need to know if i1*r1 > i2*r2 ? (1) r1^2 > r2^2 ... Not sufficient as it doesn't tell us anything about the actual amounts invested (2) i1/i2 > r1/r2 which implies i1*r2 > i2*r1 ... doesnt help us solve our inequality (1+2) r1^2 > ...
p=2m/n=(2*2^a*3^b)/(2^c)=2^(a+1-c)*3^b Now, since b is a positive integer, we need not worry about 3^b. If, the power of 2 is positive then p will be even(not odd). from statement (1) we cannot make out whether the power of 2, i.e., (a+1-c) is positive or not. Statement (2) a<c a-c<0 a+1-c<1 since a...
3â�¸ - 1=( 3^4 + 1)( 3^2 + 1)(3+1)(3-1)=82*10*4*2
Median will be equal to mean in this case as the number of terms in the set are even.
Median=Mean= (Sum of all nos)/(No of terms)=82*10*4*2/82=80
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Fri Oct 24, 2014 11:18 am
- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: There are a total of 400 students at a school, which offers
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I generally complete quants section 10-15 minutes before time and the questions I get wrong are from P&C, probability and geometry. Could you please suggest some materials from where I can practice these topics. I feel the OG-13 questions are not sufficient for these topics.
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