tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-27405409786795468302014-10-04T23:32:44.154-07:00RECENT QUESTIONScircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.comBlogger39125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-22539869975200684122008-12-30T19:31:00.000-08:002009-01-17T19:31:52.213-08:00DECEMBER QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 31st)<br /><br /><br /><br />1. Col A: The remainder when 4^20 is divided by 5<br />Col B: The remainder when 3^12 is divided by 4<br /><br />2. Given x = 2.135678, n is number of digits after decimal part of x. If l(x-y)l = 0.0004, then the maximum value of n is<br />A. 1<br />B. 2<br />C. 3<br />D. 4<br />E. 5<br /><br />3. Given that one 5 meters length wire is cut into 2 pieces cross-wise. If one of them is x meters, then<br />Col A: Length of other piece<br />Col B: 5-x<br /><br />4. In a total of 160 members, 25% are women and 45% are non-minority members. If 1/9 of the women are minority members, then what is the total number of people who are neither women nor minority members? <br /><br />5. If -10 < = x < = 10 & -11 < = y < = 11, then what is the greatest possible value of y - x? <br /><br />6. If the surface area of one side of the cube is 36, then<br />Col A: The volume of the cube<br />Col B: 15<br /><br />7. Col A: Standard Deviation of n-4, n-2, n, n+2 & n+4<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of n-2, n-1, n, n+1 & n+2 <br /><br />8. If sum of the two base areas of a cylinder is equal to its curved surface area, then what is the relation between 'r' and 'h'? <br /><br />9. Col A: 10!+9! <br />Col B: 10(9!) <br /><br />10. <br /><br />Here ‘C’ is the centre and those lines are tangents to the circle which meets at ‘O’. If the angle it makes is 60` and the area enclosed by angle C is 27pie then what is the circumference of the circle? <br /><br />11. If 15 * 40 * 160 = (2^3)*(4^x)*(5^y), then find the value x+y? <br /><br />12. The two legs of a right angle triangle are in the ratio 3 is to 1. If the length of the hypotenuse is sqrt(40), then find the perimeter of the triangle? <br />A. 14 to 15<br />B. 13 to 14<br />C. 12 to 13<br />D. 11 to 12<br />E. 10 to 11<br /><br />13. If x^2 - x > 0 and lxl < 1, then<br />Col A: lxl<br />Col B: x<br /><br />14. In triangle ABC, if AB= AC= 4, then<br />Col A: BC<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />15. Given three series<br />l: x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x<br />ll: x, x+1, x+2, x+3<br />lll: 1/x,1/x+1,1/x+2,1/x+3<br />Which of the series has same mean and median? <br /><br />16. Given a series of numbers 1, -1, 2, -2, 3, -3....... <br />Col A: The sum of the first 67 terms<br />Col B: 34<br /><br />17. Col A: 4*sqrt(4) <br />Col B: sqrt(36) <br /><br />18. Given P, Q and R are on the same plane, if 'R' is 5units away from 'P' and if 'P' is 13 units away from ‘Q’, then how many 'd' units is ‘R’ from ‘Q’? <br />i. d > =8<br />ii. d < =18<br />iii. 5 < =d < =13<br />A. I only<br />B. I & II<br />C. III only<br />D. II & III<br /><br />& few previous database questions…..<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 30th)<br /><br /><br />1. From a set of positive numbers 1 to 100, two numbers x & y are to be selected at random. <br />Col A: Probability that the two numbers x & y are even<br />Col B: Probability that the sum of two numbers selected is even<br /><br />2. If n is a multiple of 35, then<br />Col A: Number of prime factors of n<br />Col B: 4<br /><br />3. The two legs of a right angle triangle are in the ratio 3 is to 1. If the length of the hypotenuse is sqrt(40), then find the perimeter of the triangle? <br />A. 14 to 15<br />B. 13 to 14<br />C. 12 to 13<br />D. 11 to 12<br />E. 10 to 11<br /><br />4. The relationship between a and b is defined as <br />a @ b = a/b - b/a, then<br />l. For a=! 0, a@a = 0<br />ll. For b=! 0, b@1/b = 1<br />lll. For (a*b) =! 0, a @ b = -(b @ a) <br />A. I <br />B. ll<br />C. l & ll<br />D. ll & lll<br />E. l & lll<br /><br />5. If x < y < 0, then<br />Col A: xy<br />Col B: y - x<br /><br />6. Given that P1, P2, P3 work together to complete a work in 4hrs. If P1 & P2 can complete the work in 6days, then P3 alone can complete the work in how many days? <br />(Something like this) <br /><br />7. If x^2 - x > 0 and lxl < 1, then<br />Col A: lxl<br />Col B: x<br /><br />8. Given that a telephone exchange has numbers from 3000 to 3799 group. If Group1 contains numbers starting with 33 and 34 and if manager numbers of the Group1 end with either 0 or 1, then find the percentage of managers present in the company? <br />A. 6%<br />B. 7%<br />C. 5%<br />D. 8%<br />E. 9%<br /><br />9. Col A: 2^-1 + 3^-1 + 4^-1<br />Col B: 1^-1<br /><br />10. If 8k - 5m = 15 & 2k + m = 15, then <br />Col A: k<br />Col B: m<br /><br />11. <br /><br />Given a figure like above of concentric circles 'S' and 'R', the radius of inner circle 'S' is given as 'x'& the distance between outer circle and inner circle is given as 'y'. If the area of inner circle is equal to area of the shaded region, then what is 'y' in terms of 'x'? <br />A. x/sqrt(2) <br />B. x*sqrt(2) <br />C. x{sqrt(2) + 1}<br />D. x{sqrt(2) – 1}<br />& so on……<br /><br />12. If 40% of y is multiplied to 50% of 3y, then how much percent is it to 2y^2? <br />A. 0.6%<br />B. 1.5%<br />C. 3%<br />D. 6%<br />E. 12%<br /><br />13. <br /> <br />Given a cylinder like above, if radius of the cylinder is 1 and height is 6(not sure), then <br />Col A: Area of the shaded region<br />Col B: 5pie<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 29th)<br /><br /><br />1. If y = 2x+3 & xy < 0, then the value of 'x' lies between? <br /><br />2. <br /><br />Given a figure as above with an equilateral triangle placed on one of the short side of the rectangle. If the triangle side length is x & the length of rectangle is 5 times more than x, then find the perimeter of the polygon? <br /><br />3. Col A: The remainder when 4^10 is divided by 5<br />Col B: The remainder when 3^12 is divided by 5<br /><br />4. Given a point 4 on positive x-axis in the coordinate system, then find the next positive even number less than 4? <br /><br />5. Given a triangle with side lengths 6.1 & 8.1 and longest side length as 14. Find the angle between length sides 6.1 and 8.1? <br /><br />6. Given that one 5 meters length wire is cut into 2 pieces. If one of them is x meters, then<br />Col A: Length of other piece <br />Col B: 5-x<br /><br />7. Given x = 2.135678, n is number of digits after decimal part of x. If l(x-y)l = 0.0004, then the maximum value of n is<br />A. 1<br />B. 2<br />C. 3<br />D. 4<br />E. 5<br /><br />8. If the surface area of a cube 'C' is 384, then what is surface area of a cube having edge length, half that of the edge length of cube 'C'? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 26th)<br /><br /><br />1. A rectangular solid is given which consists of 10 cubes in 1 row and 3 cubes in 1 column. In that manner there are 10 rows and 3 columns. If the length of edge of the cube is 1, then what is the surface area of the rectangular solid?<br /><br />2. In a total of 160 members, 25% are women and 45% are non-minority members. If 1/9 of the women are minority members, then what is the total number of people who are neither women nor minority members?<br /><br />3. In triangle ABC, if AB= AC= 4, then <br />Col A: BC<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />4. If -10 <= x <= 10 & -11 <= y <= 11, then what is the greatest possible value of y - x?<br /><br />5. In a box there are 12 dimes, 4 quarters & 26 diamonds. If 4 are removed, then what is the probability that 3 are dimes(Provided should be removed without replacement)?<br /><br />6. Given sides of a triangle. Find the area of triangle?<br /><br />7. Col A: Quadratic square of -12, 3 & 10<br />Col B: Arithematic mean of -12, 3 & 10<br /><br />8. How many cubes of edge length 1 and 2 can be fitted into the rectangular solid, if the volume of the rectangular solid is 35*10*15?<br /><br />9. In a college, 1/15 of the students are absent ,1/4 of present went to a field. If the students present in school are 1000, then how much is the actual strength of the school?<br /><br />10. Given three series<br />l: x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x<br />ll: x, x+1, x+2, x+3<br />lll: 1/x,1/x+1,1/x+2,1/x+3<br />Which of the series has same mean and median?<br /><br />11. Given a series of numbers 1, -1, 2, -2, 3, -3.......<br />Col A: The sum of the first 67 terms<br />Col B: 34<br /><br />12.Given length of hall is 48 feet and width of hall is 10 feet. If it has to be covered by square tiles of length 8 inches and tiles come in packets of 100 tiles, then how many packets have to be brought?<br /><br />13. Given that, the probability that it won't rain tommorrow is 0.46<br />Col A: The probalility that it wil rain tommorrow at temperature of 85degree centigrade<br />Col B: 0.54<br /><br />14.If xy > 0, then<br />Col A: x+y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />15. Given a graph of some irregular shape in quadrants with each unit as 5 mts and asked to find approximate area of the figure?<br /><br />16. Given that a telephone exchange has numbers from 1000 to 1799 group. If Group A contains numbers starting with 33 & 34 and directors numbers end with either 0 or 1, then find the percentage of directors present in Group A? (Instead of telephone numbers, car numbers were given)<br />A. 6%<br />B. 7%<br />C. 5%<br />D. 8%<br />E. 4%<br /><br />17. If xy > 0 , then<br />Col A: x+y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />18. Given two points (3, 4) and (t, t) and if the slope of the line is negative, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 3<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. If an integer is defined as (-1)^n then which of the following is applicable for integers a and b ?<br />i. a+b = a*b; <br />ii. (a+b)=(a)+(b); <br />iii. (a*b)=(a)*(b); <br />A. Only i.<br />B. Only ii.<br />C. Both i and ii<br />D. All the three<br />E. None<br /><br />2. If a < b < c and if they are the angles of the triangle, then<br />Col A: a+b<br />Col B: c <br /><br />3. If (x - y) = odd value and K is an integer, which of the following is always odd? <br />A. x<br />B. y<br />C. k(x-y) <br />D. (x-y)^(2) <br />E. (x-y+k) <br /><br />4. Given a triangle with sides 5 ,6 and 8. If angle opposite to side 5 is 'x' and angle opposite to side 6 is 'y', then<br />Col A: x+y<br />Col B: 90 <br /><br />5. If the surface area of the cube is 36, then<br />Col A: The volume of the cube<br />Col B : 15<br /><br />6. If x > y, then<br />Col A: x^2<br />Col B: y^2<br /><br />7. Col A: (sqrt(48) + sqrt(27) )^2<br />Col B: 3<br /><br />8. Col A: Standard Deviation of 1, 1, 1, 1 & 1<br />Col B: 1<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 23rd)<br /><br /><br />1. If 'N' is a 3 digit number where hundreds place is 'x' and units place is 'y' then what will be the factor for N-100x-y? <br />A. 3<br />B. 4<br />C. 5<br />D. 6<br />E. 7<br /><br />2. If a*b is defined by a*b = (a/b)-(b/a) <br />i. a*a = 0<br />ii. b*(1/b)=1<br />iii. a*b = -(b*a) <br />A. i is correct<br />B. i & ii are correct<br />C. ii & iii are correct<br />D. i, ii & iii are correct<br />E. None of the above<br /><br />3. If x + y = 12, z^2 + 1 = 7<br />Col A: Average(arithematic mean) of x, y & z<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />4. If a solution of 'P' grams contains 5% of salt and if another solution of 500g which contains 3.5% salt is added to P, then how much solution is still to be added to make the total solution 4%salt? <br />A.75<br />B.100<br />C.1000<br />D. 2000<br />E. 2500<br /><br />5. Given five interior angles of pentagon x, x, x, x-90 & x+80. What is the value of x? <br />A.105<br />B.106<br />C.107<br />D.104<br />E.108<br /><br />6. Col A: (0.9/1.1)^2+(1.1/0.9)^2<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />7. In triangle ABC, if AB = 6, BC = 8 & <B = 90 then<br />Col A: Area of triangle ABC<br />Col B: 24<br /><br />8. Given that a telephone exchange has numbers from 1000 to 1799 group. A contains numbers starting with 33 and 34 and directors numbers end with either 0 or 1. Find the percentage of directors present in Group A? <br />A. 6%<br />B. 7%<br />C. 5%<br />D. 8%<br />E. 4%<br /><br />9. If xy > 0, then<br />Col A: x+y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />10. A person collects various coins, if he buys a foreign coin for $15 and sells it for $25 and again buys it for $35 and sells it for $45 then which of the above is true? <br />A. Has a profit of $20<br />B. Has a profit of $15<br />C. Has a loss of $10<br />D. Has a profit of $10<br />E. Has profit $0<br /><br />11. Col A: 4*sqrt(4) <br />Col B: sqrt(36) <br /><br />12. Col A: Standard Deviation of 4, 6, 7 & 9<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of 3, 6, 7 & 10<br /><br />13. <br /><br />Given a figure like above of concentric circles 'S' and 'R', the radius of inner circle 'S' is given as 'x'& the distance between outer circle and inner circle is given as 'y'. If the area of inner circle is equal to area of the shaded region, then what is 'y' in terms of 'x'? <br />A. 1/sqrt(x) <br />B. x(sqrt(2)-1) <br />C. x(sqrt(2)+1) <br />D. 1/x^2<br />E. 1/x<br /><br />14. Given Population of a city in 1980 as ‘p’, if it increases at a rate of 3.6 every year, then<br />Col A: What is the population of city in 1982? <br />Col B: 1.073<br /><br />15. Given P, Q and R are on the same plane, if 'R' is 5units away from 'P' and if 'P' is 13 units away from ‘Q’, then how many 'd' units is ‘R’ from ‘Q’? <br />i. d > =8<br />ii. d < =18<br />iii. 5 < =d < =13<br />A. I only<br />B. I & II<br />C. III only<br />D. II & III<br /><br />16. If 'x' and 'y' are integers between 12 and 30, then for (5+x)/(7+y) how many sets of x & y for the given expression will be having ratio 5/7? <br />A.4<br />B.5<br />C.2<br />D.6<br />E.3<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 22nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Given length of a hall as 48 feet and width as 10 feet. If it has to be covered by square tiles of length 8inches and tiles come in packets of 100 tiles, then how many packets have to be brought? <br /><br />2. Given a cylinder like above, if radius of the cylinder is 1 and height is 6(not sure), then<br />Col A: Area of the shaded region<br />Col B: 5pie<br /><br />3. If 'N' is a 3 digit number where hundreds place is 'x' and units place is 'y' then what will be the factor for N-100x-y? <br />A. 3<br />B. 4<br />C. 5<br />D. 6<br />E. 7<br /><br />4. The value of (7)^2 * (840)^(-6) is ............ <br />(Options were given in terms of powers) <br /><br />5. How many numbers are there between 100 and 999 which start with odd number and ends with 01? <br />6. What is the equation of the line passing through y=mx+a, whose 'y' intercept is twice the 'x' intercept? <br />(It is a quantitative comparison question with Col A & Col B) <br /><br />7. Given a table as follows <br /><br />No. of Employee Work hours<br />1 50<br />2 <br />.<br />.<br />. 20<br />.<br />.<br />.<br />100 70<br /><br />Find the mean of the data? <br />(Similar to this) <br /><br />8. Given that a value <br />In 1993 it is x%, <br />In 1994 it is 30% more than 1993 &<br />In 1995 it is 20% less than 1994. <br />Col A: What percent of 1995 is 1993<br />Col B: 105%<br /><br />9. If lxl - x = lxl - 2, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: -1/2<br /><br />10. If the simple interest of a principal amount Rs.600 at certain length of time is Rs.90, then what is its rate of interest? <br /><br />11. If (x+1) / {x(x+1)} = (x+2) / {x(x+2)}, then find x? <br /><br />12. Given two lines that are perpendicular to each other. Slope of one line is given and asked to find the slope of other line? <br /><br />13. If -3 < = x < = 6 & 3 < = y < = 6, then what is the greatest positive value of -x^2 + y^4? <br /><br />14. <br /><br />Given a figure like above. What is the distance between points ‘a’ and ‘b’? <br />& few previous database questions. <br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: Standard Deviation of 4, 6, 7 & 9<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of 3, 6, 7 & 10<br /><br />2. Given two points (3,3 ) and (5,5) and line y= 2x + 3<br />Col A: Slope of line<br />Col B: 1 <br /><br />3. If xy > 0, then<br />Col a: x+y<br />Col b: 0 <br /><br />4. Given a line y = ax+b, what is the slope of the line?<br /><br />5. Col A: Standard Deviation of 0, 1, 2 & 4 <br />Col B: Standard Deviation of 2, 3, 4 & 5<br /><br />6. Given that 500 people were asked two questions whether to say either 'yes' or 'no'. Of that, if 410 people said yes to first one and 220 people said yes to second question. What is the least number that said yes to both?<br />A. 90 <br />B.110 <br />C.150 <br />D.190 <br />E. 220 <br /><br />7. If sum of the two base areas of a cylinder is equal to its curved surface area, then what is the relation between 'r' and 'h'?<br /><br />8. Given a triangle with sides AB=5 & BC=13. If AB:BC = 5:13, then what is ratio of BC:AC?<br /><br />9. If a coin is tossed once, the probability of getting head is 1/2 and if it is tossed 4 times, then what is the probability of getting 3 heads?<br /><br />10. If a line with equation 3y-2x=19 is plotted on a graph, then which of the points meets x-axis?<br />(Something like this)<br /><br />11. If a value(some variable) in 1990 is 30% more than that of 1989, and is 20% increased in 1991, then<br />Col A: Value in 1991 compared to 1989 as percent <br />Col B: 105%<br />(Some thing like this)<br /><br />12. Col A: 10!+9! <br />Col B: 10(9!)<br /><br />13. In a class, the average age of 55 girls is 'g' and that of 45 boys is 'b'. If b>g, then<br />Col A: The average age of these 100 students <br />Col B: (b+g)/2<br /><br />14. If x = 27, y = 3 & z = 14, then<br />Col A: Sqrt{(x^2+y^2+z^2)/3} <br />Col B: Arithmetic mean of x, y & z <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 18th)<br /><br /><br />1. If n/12 is the odd integer, then what is the value of n? <br />A. 24<br />B. 48<br />C. 60<br />D. 72<br /><br />2. <br /><br />Given a square with circle inscribed in it, as above and if the length of the diagonal is 16sqrt(2), then what is the value of radius? <br /><br />3. If sum of the two base areas of a cylinder is equal to its curved surface area, then what is the relation between 'r' and 'h'? <br /><br />4. If f(x) = x^2, then<br />Col A: f(x) <br />Col B: f(x-1) <br /><br />5. If the quadratic mean is defined as sqrt(a^2 + b^2+ c^2), then<br />Col A: The quadratic mean of -20, 10 & 4<br />Col B: The arithmetic mean of -20, 10 & 4<br /><br />6. Given ratio of two sides of a right angle triangle as 3:1 and if the hypotenuse length is sqrt(40), then what is the perimeter of the triangle? <br /><br />7. Col A: [(-0.2)^-1][(0.5)^-2] <br />Col B: [(-0.2)^-1][(-0.5)^-2] <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 16th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given two points (3, 4) and (t, t) and if the slope of the line is negative, then<br />Col A: t <br />Col B: 3<br /><br />2. Given three series<br />l: x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x<br />ll: x, x+1, x+2, x+3<br />lll: 1/x,1/x+1,1/x+2,1/x+3<br />Which of the series has same mean and median? <br /><br />3. <br /><br />Given a figure like above of concentric circles ‘S’ and ‘R’, the radius of inner circle ‘S’ is given as ‘x’& the distance between outer circle and inner circle is given as ‘y’. If the area of inner circle is equal to area of the shaded region, then what is ‘x’ in terms of ‘y’? <br /><br />4. Given Population of a city in 1980 as ‘p’, if it increases at a rate of 3.6 every year. <br />What is the population of city in 1982? <br />(Similar to this) <br /><br />5. Col A: Standard Deviation of 4, 6, 7 & 9 <br />Col B: Standard Deviation of 3, 6, 7 & 10 <br />(Something of this sort) <br /><br />6. Given<br />s(n) = 1; if n is even<br />s(n) = -1; if n is odd<br />then what is the value of 2^s(3) - 4^s(3)? <br /><br />7. The value of 2^-3 + 2^-2 + 2^-1<br />A. 2^(-6) *7<br />B. 2^(-3) *6<br />C. 2^(-3) *7<br />D. 2^(-3) *3<br /><br />8. Col A: (2/3)^1*(3/2)^-1 <br />Col B: 1<br /><br />9. If x^2 - x > 0 and |x| < 1, then<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: |x|<br /><br />10. If x & y are the integers between 13 & 29, then how many sets of values of x & y, will give the ratio of 5/7? <br /><br />11. If 'S' is a set of all integers that are multiples of 3 & multiples of 5, provided it should be of 2 digits, then find the range of S? <br />A. 81<br />B. 77<br />C. 87<br />D. 89<br />E. 91 <br /><br />12. <br /> <br />If x > 90degrees, then<br />Col A: Area of triangle ABC<br />Col B: 25<br /><br />13. If 0 < x < 5 & 0 < y < 15, then which of the following are true? <br />i. x < y<br />ii. x + y > 15 <br />iii. & some other condition in terms of x &y<br /><br />A. Only i<br />B. Only ii<br />C. Both i & ii<br />D. Only iii<br />& so on…..<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 15th)<br /><br /><br />1.Given volume of a sphere with radius ‘r’ is 4/3*pie*r^3, now if radius of another sphere is ‘2r’ then how many times is the second sphere bigger than first sphere? <br /><br />2. Given that there are 6 people, 3 girls and 3 boys. Find the number of ways they can be seated on 6 chairs, such that a boy and a girl must seat together? <br /><br />3. How many positive integers are divisible by 2 and 3 below 54? <br /><br />4. A price of product ‘x’ is increased by ‘p%’ to give new price ‘y’ and then price of ‘y’ is reduced by ‘r%’ to give original price. <br />Col A: p<br />Col B: r<br /><br />5. If 'x' is divisible by 3, then what is the next large number divisible by three? <br />A. x+3<br />B. x+1<br />C. x+2<br />D.3x<br /><br />6. Given P, Q and R are on the same plane, if 'R' is 5units away from 'P' and if 'P' is 13 units away from Q, then how many 'd' units is R from Q? <br />i. d > =8<br />ii. d < =18<br />iii. 5 < =d < =13<br />A. I only<br />B. I & II<br />C. III only<br />D. II & III<br /><br />7. If 8k - 5m = 15 & 2k + m = 15, then <br />Col A: k<br />Col B: m<br /><br />8. Col A: (1/2)+(1/3)+(1/4) <br />Col B: 1<br /><br />9. If 40% of y is multiplied to 50% of 3y, then how much percent is it to 2y^2s? <br /><br />10. Col A: (2/3)^1*(3/2)^-1<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />11. <br /><br />A square ABCD is given in which quadrilateral PQRS (such that 'P' lies on AD, 'Q' lies on AB, 'R' lies on BC & 'S' lies on CD) was inscribed. If PR was given parallel to CD and if the length of CD is given as 10, then<br />Col A: Area of the portion shaded (which doesn't lie in the quadrilateral) <br />Col B: 50<br /><br />12. Col A: (78)(4)-(94)(5) <br />Col B: (73)(4)+(94)(5) <br /><br />13. The value of ((48)^(1/2)*(27)^(1/2)) is .................? <br /><br />14. If the mean of 6, 10, 2, m+1 & m is 5, then what is the median of the five terms? <br /><br />15. Given that 7 workers working together finish a work in 140 hrs. If starting 4 workers takes 'h' hrs each and rest 3 takes '2h' hrs each to complete the work then what is the difference between the median and mean of the individual working hours? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. The value of 2^-3 + 2^-2 + 2^-1 <br />A. 2^(-6) *7<br />B. 2^(-3) *6<br />C. 2^(-3) *7<br />D. 2^(-3) *3<br />& so on….<br /><br />2. <br /><br />What could not be the possible value of x? <br />A. 15<br />B. 11<br />C. 8<br />& some other options(less than numerical value 15) were given. <br /><br />3. If ‘R’ is 30% of ‘S’ and ‘S’ is 40% of ‘T’, then what is the relation between ‘R’ and ‘T’? <br /><br />4. Given length of hall is 48 feet and width of hall is 10 feet. If it has to be covered by square tiles of length 8 inches and tiles come in packets of 100 tiles, then how many packets have to be brought? <br /><br />5. <br /> <br />Given a cylinder like above, if radius of the cylinder is 1 and height is 6(not sure), then <br />Col A: Area of the shaded region<br />Col B: 5pie<br /><br />6. If 10 < 2k < 16 and 7 < k+3 < 10, then<br />Col A: k<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />7. Standard Deviation and mean of a set of numbers were given. Even the largest & smallest numbers of the set were also given and question is how many numbers are there in the set? <br />(similar to this) <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 10th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given that, the probability that it won't rain tomorrow is 0.46<br />Col A: The probability that it will rain tomorrow at temperature of 85degree centigrade<br />Col B: 0.54<br /><br />2. If 'N' is a 3 digit number where hundreds place is 'x' and units place is 'y' then what will be the factor for N-100x-y?<br />A. 3<br />B. 4<br />C. 5<br />D. 6<br />E. 7 <br /><br /><br />3. If 'S' is a set of all integers that are multiples of 3 & multiples of 5, provided it should be of 2 digits, then find the range of S?<br />A. 81<br />B. 77<br />C. 87<br />D. 89<br />E. 91 <br />(Given question is similar to this)<br /><br />4. Find the number of possible values of x & y in the expression (5+x)/(7+y), so that the resultant ratio is 5:7 where x and y lie between 12 and 29?<br /><br />5. If -2 < x < -1, then<br />Col A: 1/x^3<br />Col B: 1/x <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. A triangle ABC is given, in which lengths of two sides were given as BC = 12 , AC = 13 and the perimeter of the triangle is 32. <br />Col A: Measure of angle of B <br />Col B: 90<br /><br />2. Given the average of seven numbers as 35. When k is added to it, if the average of eight numbers remains 35, then what is the value of k?<br /><br />3. Col A: 2^-1 + 1/(2)^-1 <br />Col B: (3)^-1 + 1/(3)^-1<br /><br />4. If x > 0 and y > 0, then<br />Col A: sqrt(xy) <br />Col B: sqrt(x+y) <br /><br />5. Given a cube consisting of small tiles of dimension 1feet, the small tiles spread across length are 9 in amount, across height are 3 in amount and across width are 6 in amount{not sure}. Find the total surface area of cube?<br /><br />6. Given a circular flower garden with radius 'r' and a stone walk surrounds the garden whose thickness is given as half the circular garden.<br />Col A: Area of circular garden<br />Col B: Area of stone walk<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. For n/12, what is the value of n whose remainder is odd integer? <br /><br />2. If 'x' and 'y' are integers between 12 and 30, then for (5+x)/(7+y) how many sets of x & y for the given expression will be having same ratio? <br /><br />3. Given five consecutive numbers, if the highest value of them is x, then what is the average of the numbers? <br /><br />4. Given series 1, 1, 1, 1, 1<br />Col A: Standard Deviation of given series<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />5. <br /><br />Given a figure like above i.e. a square whose side is equal to diameter of the circle, find the area of circle? <br />(Similar to this) <br /><br />6. A teacher teaches biology for a group 53 students. She can divide them into two batches P and Q. P has 7 batches of ‘n’ students each. Q has ‘x’ students of five batches; or six students with ‘y’ students in 5 batches and (y+1) students in 6th batch. <br />Col A: x <br />Col B: n<br /><br />7. If x is a positive number, then <br />Col A: x^2 <br />Col B: 1/x^2 <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given N is a positive odd integer. If the number in the tens digit is double the digit at the units place then what is the value of N? <br />A. n > 90 <br />B. 30 < N <br />C. N > 50 <br />D. 30 < N < 50<br /><br />2. Given a series of numbers 1, -1, 2, -2, 3, -3....... <br />Col A: The sum of the first 67 terms<br />Col B: 34<br /><br />3. <br /><br />Given a figure like above, with the sector angle given as 45degree & the side of the square is given as 'x'. Find the area of the shaded region? <br /><br />4. If a, b, c are three integers with value 0, 1 or 2 and if (3^2)a + 3b + c = 25, then what is the value of a + b + c? <br /><br />5. Given <br />3.s(n) = 1; if n is even<br />3.s(n) = -1; if n is odd<br />then what is 2^s(3) - 3^s(4)? <br /><br />6. Given length of hall is 48 feet and width of hall is 10 feet. If it has to be covered by square tiles of length 8 inches and tiles come in packets of 100 tiles, then how many packets have to be brought? <br /><br />7. Given four consecutive numbers and if the least number is x, then what is the arithmetic mean in terms of x? <br />(given question is similar to this) <br /><br />8. If y > 0, 2x = y + 1, then for xy>0 what is the value of x? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given three series <br />l: x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x<br />ll: x, x+1, x+2, x+3<br />lll: 1/x,1/x+1,1/x+2,1/x+3<br />Which of the series has same mean and median?<br /><br />2. In a class of 20 students, one half of the students are boys, if a teacher has to select 7 students and the first 6 are girls<br />Col a: What is the probability that the 7th student is a girl<br />Col b:2/7<br /><br />3. There was a ladder given. The ladder is of length 5 and it is displaced i.e slanted downwards such that it falls 'x'mts in height and its horizontal length increases by 'y'mts.<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: y<br /><br />4. If the probability of not raining tomorrow is 0.56, then<br />Col A: Probability of not raining tomorrow, when temperature is above 85 centigrade <br />Col B: 0.58<br /><br />5. Col A: 10! + 9! <br />Col B: 10(9!)<br /><br />6. If x & y are the integers between 13 & 29, then for 5+x/7+y how many sets of values of x & y for the given expression will be in same ratio?<br /><br />7. If x/x-1 = x-2/x+1<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: 2/3<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Dec 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1. There are 1 badger and 1 panderer. If each badger has 6 flavors and each panderer has 3 flavors, then what is the total number of ways of selecting 4 flavors from badger and 1 flavor from panderer? <br /><br />2. Given 'A' works 25mins to produce 1 ton of oil and 'B' works 30mins to produce 1 ton of oil, If they work simultaneously, then in how many hours they can produce 15 tons of oil? <br /><br />3. 1/2(10^6) =??<br />A. 5*10^5<br />& four other options were given. <br /><br />4. Col A: (0.02)^2<br />Col B: (-0.05)^2<br /><br />5. If -10 < = X < = 6, then what is the maximum possible greatest value of -X^2+X^4?<br /><br />6. If length of the rectangle is 16 and perimeter is 40, then what is the area of the rectangle? <br /><br />7. If 'A' is three times of 'B' and 'B' is five times of 'C', then how many times is 'A' when compared to 'C'? <br />A.15<br />B.14x<br />C.15x<br />D.10x<br />& so on.... <br /><br />8. If the arithmetic mean of 4 boys salary is X and average of 3 girls salary is y, then<br />Col A: Mean of 7 members salary<br />Col B: (x+y)/2<br /><br />9. Given that there are 'x' girls and boys are 4 more than girls, if the probability of girls from the total(G+B) is 3/7, then totally how many girls are there? <br /><br />10. In a line, if x-intercept is given as 2 and Y-intercept is given as 8, then which of the following below is true? <br />A. y-intercept is always 4 times of x-intercept. <br />B. y-intercept is always 6 more than x-intercept. <br />& 3 more options were given<br /><br />11. A graph is given, in that 2 lines are drawn. Line L1 is drawn from left-right downward and line L2 is drawn left-right upward. <br />Col A: Slope of line L1<br />Col B: Slope of line L2<br />(Given question is something like this) <br /><br />12. There are 4 members and each of their salary is 'h' and the mean of their salary is 'x' dollars & there are other 3 members each of their salary is 2h and the mean of their salary is 'y' dollars. <br />Col A: Standard Deviation of salary of 4 members<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of salary of all 7 members<br />(Given question is similar to this). <br /><br />13. <br /><br />Here L1 & L2 are parallel. Area of triangles ABC & area of triangle DEF are given (some value). <br />Col A: Length of DG<br />Col B: Length of CF<br /><br />14. <br /> <br />Here ‘C’ is the centre and those lines are tangents to the circle which meets at ‘O’. If the angle it makes is 60`(or 30`-- not sure), then what is the circumference of the circle?circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-84759550422600959112009-01-17T19:29:00.000-08:002009-01-17T19:30:54.756-08:00JANUARY 09 QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 16th)<br /><br /><br /><br />1. The cost for printing is given by an equation $ = (0.12c+20p), where 'c' is the number of copies and p is the number of pages.<br />Col A: Printing cost of 400 copies having 8 pages each<br />Col B: Printing cost of 800 copies having 4 pages each<br /><br />2. Given that a person travels in a circular path of diameter 2cm. If the total distance travelled by him is 314cm, then find the number of revolutions made by him?<br /><br />3. How many four-digited odd numbers are there whose hundredth place is 6 and it is an odd number?<br />A. 450<br />B. 650<br />C. 950<br />D. 850<br />& so on...<br /><br />4. Two cyclists are moving towards each other at 10 miles/hour. They are now 50 miles apart. At this instance a fly starts from one cyclist and move towards other and moves to and fro till the two cyclist meet each other. If the fly is moving at 15 miles/hour, what is the total distance covered by the fly? <br /><br />5. When 't' is divided by 9, the remainder is 1 & when it is divided by 11, the remainder is 8. Find the value of 't'?<br /><br />6. Given a triangle with angles x, y & z and is inscribed in a circle. If two angles of triangle 'x' and 'y' are equal, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: z<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. If x < 0, then <br />Col A: x^2+1<br />Col B: x(x+1)<br /><br />2. Given two lines which are perpendicular to each other. If the equation of one line is y = 1/10x + 6, then what is the equation of second line?<br /><br />3. Col A: (7^4+7^5) + (8^6+8^7) <br />Col B: (7^4(8) + 8^6(9))<br /><br />4. If 'n' is a least number in five consecutive positive integers, then what is the average of these 5 integers in terms of n?<br /><br />5. Given a triangle with three of its sides given as 10.5cm, 4.5cm & 5.6cm and three angles as x, y & z. then<br />Col A: y+z<br />Col B: x<br /><br />6. There are 3 containers named p, q & r each contains an amount of sugar in the following ratios. If the amount of sugar present in container 'p' is 1/3rd of 'q' same as 2/3rd of 'r', then what is the ratio of (R+Q) to R?<br /><br />7. Given a diagram with two of its angles given and asked to find the third angle?<br />(something like this) <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. If x and x+2 are both factors of y then which one is greater?<br />Col a: x(x+2)<br />Col b: y<br /><br />2. Last year, 1/4 of factory workers are architects. one year ago 60 workers newly joined in which 50 are architects and no one left the factory since last year and if now 1/3 of factory workers are architects then find the total number of workers?<br /><br />3. Given a square with a circle inscribed in it and the radius of the circle is 'r'.Another circle is given with a square inscribed in it and the radius of this circle is also 'r'. What is the ratio of area of smaller circle to area of larger circle?<br /><br />4. If k-3 is multiple of 5 and k+2 is multiple of 3 then what is k^2?<br />A. 16<br />B.13<br />C. 4<br />& so on...<br /><br />5. In a class of 20 students, one half of the students are boys, if a teacher has to select 7 students and the first 6 are girls<br />Col A: What is the probability that the 7th student is a girl<br />Col B: 2/7<br /><br />6. If 0 < x < 1, then<br />Col A: x^(2) - 1/x<br />Col B: x - x^(-2)<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. If S = 7^0 + 7^1 + 7^2 +........ + 7^20, then<br />Col A: The remainder when 'S' is divided by 14. <br />Col B: 1<br /><br />2. Given that two lines k, l pass through a point (1, 1). If 'k' also passes through (0,a) and 'l' also pass through (0, b), then<br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b<br /><br />3. If 3/13 < x < 4/13, then which of the following could be a possible value of x? <br />A. 9/26<br />B.14/39<br />C.17/52<br />D.19/65<br />& so on.... <br /><br />4. Given 2/3 of the plates are stained, 1/2 of them are scratched and1/3 are both scratched and stained. <br />If 80 plates are clean without scratch or stain, then find the total number of plates? <br /><br />5. If 0.0625y =x (2.5)/4<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: y<br /><br />6. <br /><br />Given a figure like above. Find the value of x? <br /><br />7. Given a series x, w, y, z, 0, 1, 1, 2, 3. If each number is the sum of previous two numbers, then what is the value of x? <br /><br />8. If 'n' is a negative integer, then <br />Col A: (4/3)^-n <br />Col B: (3/4)^n<br /><br />9. <br /> <br />A right triangle was drawn and a square was drawn by considering each side of triangle as its side as the figure above. <br />Col A: The area of the square formed with hypotenuse as side<br />Col B: The sum of two other squares<br /><br />10. A triangle with angle x, y, z was inscribed in a circle. If two angles 'x' and 'y' are equal, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: z <br /><br />11. Which of the following lines has slope 2/3? <br />A. 4 = 2y - 3x<br />B. 5 = 3y - 2x<br />& some more options...... <br /><br />12. If consider the line 3x - y < 1, then in which quadrant the line lie? <br />A. First Quadrant<br />B. Second Quadrant<br />C. Third Quadrant<br />D. Fourth Quadrant<br />E. So on.... <br /><br />13. If 0.8/5 = 1/n, then find the value of n? <br /><br />14. The students were given two sets of questions; they can mark either yes/ no or can leave it as unanswered. If 1000 people were asked, for first question if <br />400 answered YES<br />340 answered NO & <br />260 left unanswered and for second question, if <br />450 answered YES<br />310 answered NO & <br />240 left unanswered, <br />then, find the minimum number of people who gave unanswered option for both questions? <br /><br />15. If x > 0, then <br />Col A: 2/x<br />Col B: x/2<br /><br />16. If x = -2 + y & y < 0, then<br />Col A: x^2+lxl<br />Col B: x^2+x<br /><br />17. If there are 8 apples in a bag; 2 red and 6 green, then <br />Col A: Total number of ways of choosing 2 red apples out of 8<br />Col B: Total number of ways of choosing 6 green apples out of 8<br /><br />18. Col A: 8!/(2!*6!) <br />Col B: 8!/(6!*2!) <br /><br />19. An equation of a line is given as 24y + 16x - 8 = 0. If a line parallel to above, have one of its points as (0,0), then find the equation of that line? <br />Ans: 3Y + 2X = 0 (Given by examiner) <br /><br />20. If f(n) = [(-1)^n]*c*n, where c is given as cost of some(XXX). If f(1), f(2) and f(3) are the similar functions and the difference between the largest and smallest among f(1), f(2) and f(3) is 20 where c is a positive value, then<br />Col A: f(4) <br />Col B: 16<br />(Something like this) <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. If a < 0 < b < c, then<br />Col A: ac/b <br />Col B: ac<br /><br />2. Given two sets of data K1 & K2 as {1, 2, a} and {1, 2, 1}, where 'a' is an integer which is not equal to 1.<br />Col A: Standard Deviation of K1<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of K2<br /><br />3. If a number is divisible by 5 the remainder is 3 and when the same number is divided by 7 the remainder is 4. What is the least possible number?<br /><br />4. If x1, x2, x3, x4 and x5 belongs to a series such that xn= n{[(-1)^n] -1}, then what will be the difference of the largest and the smallest term?<br />(Here 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & n are suffixes)<br /><br />5. Given a line 5x - y - 3 = 0 with slope 'L' and other line 5x + y + 3 = 0 with slope 'm' <br />Col A: L<br />Col B: M<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. If x^2 + 2x + f = 0 & x^2 + 4x + g = 0, then <br />Col A: f<br />Col B: g<br /><br />2. If 0 < x < 10 and y = 2x + 3, then find the number of possible sets of (x, y)? <br /><br />3. Given a line with y-intercept and asked to find x-intercept? <br /><br />4. <br /><br />Given a circle inscribed in a square and a square inscribed in a circle like above. If the radius of two circles is 4, then<br />Col A: Area of the shaded region of first figure<br />Col B: Area of the shaded region of second figure<br /><br />5. Col A: 8c2 <br />Col B: 8c6 <br /><br />6. The slope of the line 5 = 3x + 2y is…………………….<br /><br />7. Col A: Standard Deviation of 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 & 27<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of 222, 223, 224, 225, 226 & 227<br /><br />8. If 6.8! + 10! = 8!*x, then find x? <br /><br />9. Given ‘n’ is a positive integer. When ‘n’ is divided by 7 remainder is 3, what is the remainder when 2n-1 is divided by 7. <br /><br />10. Given two circles of equal size and the distance between their centers is 12. If the two circles coincide each other & distance between their edges is 4, then find the area of any one of the circle? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. If the Arithmetic mean of 20 numbers is 12 and Arithmetic mean of 10 numbers is 6, then what is the combine arithmetic mean? <br /><br />2. If x > 0, then <br />Col A: 2^-x<br />Col B: -2^x<br /><br />3. Given that a solid has 1 red color on one of its face and the probability of getting red is 1/8. When is it tossed twice, what is the probability of getting red always? <br /><br />4. <br /><br />Given a figure like above. <br />Col A: a + b + c<br />Col B: 180<br /><br />5. Given -1 < x < 1 and -2 < 2y < 4<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y<br /><br />6. Given diameter of a circle as 2ft and the person travels around the circumference of the circle. In that manner if travels 324fts, how many revolutions it takes? <br />A. 70<br />B. 60<br />C. 50<br />D. 40<br />E. 30<br />(Something like this) <br /><br />7. <br /> <br />Given a figure like above. Find the value of x? <br /><br />8. A Jose plans to travel 500 to 600miles and the petrol costs 0.90$ to 1.20$ per gallons. If the car travels an average of 22 to 24miles per gallon, then how much have to be spent for petrol for that trip. <br />A. 22$<br />B. 23$<br />C. 27$<br />D. 27.50$<br />& so on…<br /><br />9. Col A: 25% of 75<br />Col B: 25/99 of 75<br /><br />10. Given a right angle triangle with its sides ‘2x’ & ‘x’ respectively. If the hypotenuse and perimeter of the triangle is given some value, find the value of ‘x’? <br />(Similar to this) <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. If -8 < = x < = 10 & x + y = 4, then find the least possible value of xy?<br /><br />2. Given that there are two concentric circles, if the radius of larger one is 3 more than the smaller one then find difference in their circumference?<br /><br />3. Given that a Train A is traveling on a straight track at a constant speed of 90km/hr & train B is traveling on a straight track at a constant speed of 50km/hr<br />Col a: distance traveled by train A<br />Col b: distance traveled by train B<br /><br />4. Given a function f which is defined for each positive three digit integer 'n' as f(n) = (2^x)*(3^y)*(5^z), where x, y and z are hundreds, tens and units digits of n, respectively. If m and v are three-digit positive integers such that f(m) = 9f(v), then what is the value of m - v?<br />A. 8<br />B. 20<br />C. 19<br />& so on.......<br /><br />5. Given |x| = |y| & xy < 0<br />Col a : x+y<br />Col b : 0<br /><br />6. When 'n' is divided by 7 remainder is 3, then what is the remainder when (2n-1) is divided by 7.( 'n' is a positive integer)<br /><br />7. If 2.8! + 10! = (n)*8!, then what is the value of n? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 6th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: 2x-3y<br />Col B: 3x-2y<br /><br />2. There was figured question in which a house is given with length and breadth of rooms also given and then asked to find the remaining ones. <br />(something like this) <br /><br />3. Given b = mod (-15x+ 20y), where x and y are integers. If x, y are not equal to 0, then<br />Col A: The smallest positive value of b<br />Col B: 5 <br /><br />4. In the coordinate geometry, if a line passes through the points (-11,-21), (20, 22) & (x, 2) then what is the value of x? <br /><br />5. What is the value of 10^2 - (1/10^4) + 2^4 - (1/2^4)? <br /><br />6. <br /><br />Given a figure like above. Find the value of x? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Jan 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given a right angled triangle. If the length of the side opposite to 90degrees is k+6 and opposite to 30degrees is 2k-3, then find the value of k? <br />(similar to this)<br /><br />2. A price of product 'x' is increased by p% to give new price 'y' and then price of 'y' is reduced by r% to give original price.<br />Col A: p<br />Col B: r<br /><br />3. Given that area of a square as 9 and that of a rectangle as 8.<br />Col A: Perimeter of square <br />Col B: Perimeter of rectangle<br /><br />4. A group of 1 professor and 3 students have to be made from 4 professor and 5 students<br />Col A: Different ways in which the groups can be formed<br />Col B: 40<br /><br />5. What could be the equation of the line, if the slope is -2/3 and the x and y cordinates are (0,0)?<br />(something like this)<br /><br />6. If 8! + 10! = (8!*x), then what is the value of x?<br /><br />7. Find the slope of the line 5 = 3x + 2y?<br />(Something like this )circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-59791362418355476662009-01-17T19:28:00.000-08:002009-01-17T19:29:26.401-08:00JANUARY 09 VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 16th)<br /><br /><br /><br />1. Coagulant<br /><br />2. Obdurate<br /><br />3. Gaunt<br /><br />4. Transgression<br /><br />5. Crass<br /><br />6. Estrange<br /><br />7. Nuance<br /><br />8. Extricate<br /><br />9. Bewilderment<br /><br />10. Aphid<br /><br />11. Truculent<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Insect: Aphid<br /><br />2. Truculent: light<br /><br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.It is much better if ideas are shared in the form of images rather than the verbal communication, when large group need to be addressed. <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. Liken<br /><br />2. Debunk <br /><br />3. Buoyed<br /><br />4. Harebrained <br /><br />5. Extol<br /><br />6. Flagging<br /><br />7. Crutch<br /><br />8. Compliance<br /><br />9. Accolade<br /><br />10. Ballad<br /><br />11. Nepotism<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Ballad: Song<br /><br />2. Nepotism: Favoritism<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Present is so unique that past doesn't help to live in present.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. Modicum<br /><br />2. Exacerbate<br /><br />3. Carouse<br /><br />4. Itinerant<br /><br />5. Euphemism<br /><br />6. Implicate<br /><br />7. Cognizant<br /><br />8. Eschew<br /><br />9. Obfuscate<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Obfuscate: Confusion<br /><br />2. Judge: laws <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The laws should not be rigid, they should be flexible according to the circumstance, place, time etc.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. Penurious <br /><br />2. Infuriate<br /><br />3. Archaic<br /><br />4. Paralyze<br /><br />5. Upbraid <br /><br />6. Devious<br /><br />7. Alienate<br /><br />8. Reticent<br /><br />9. Wary <br /><br />10. Advocate <br /><br />11. Proofread<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Exponent: Advocate <br /><br />2. Figure: statue <br /><br />3. Proofread: document<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "Laws in our society should be fixed and they should consider time, place and circumstances"<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. Luculent <br /><br />2. Encomium<br /><br />3. Repudiate <br /><br />4. Fretwork<br /><br />5. Reinforce<br /><br />6. Complaisance<br /><br />7. Imbue<br /><br />8. Boorish<br /><br />9. Gullible<br /><br />10. Vivify<br /><br />11. Embezzling<br /><br />12. Drake <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Embezzling: Stealing<br /><br />2. Duck: Drake <br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a business magazine. <br />"As a result of numerous consumer complaints of dizziness and nausea, Promofoods requested that eight million cans of tuna be returned for testing last year. Promofoods concluded that the cans did not, after all, contain chemicals that posed a health risk. This conclusion is based on the fact that the chemists from Promofoods tested samples of the recalled cans and found that, of the eight chemicals most commonly blamed for causing symptoms of dizziness and nausea, five were not found in any of the tested cans. The chemists did find that the three remaining suspected chemicals are naturally found in all other kinds of canned foods." <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. Eclectic<br /><br />2. Tacit<br /><br />3. Reminiscence<br /><br />4. Eschew<br /><br />5. Trite<br /><br />6. Sybarite<br /><br />7. Ominous<br /><br />8. Din<br /><br />9. Roil<br /><br />10. Procrastinate<br /><br />11. Extol<br /><br />12. Quaff<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Quaff: Sip<br /><br />2. Extol: Criticize<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Exalt<br /><br />2. Inquilinity<br /><br />3. Gully <br /><br />4. Supercilious<br /><br />5. Mettlesome<br /><br />6. Gainsay<br /><br />7. Extinct<br /><br />8. Callow<br /><br />9. Malodorous<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Callow: Maturity<br /><br />2. Malodorous: Scent<br /><br />3. Novelist: book<br /><br /><br />Argument topic:<br /><br />The following is a recommendation from the business manager of Monarch Books.<br /><br />"Monarch Books should open a cafe in its store to attract more customers and better compete with Regal Books, which recently opened a cafe. Monarch, which has been in business at the same location for more than twenty years, has a large customer following because it is known for its wide selection of books on all subjects. Opening the cafe would clearly attract more customers . The cafe would require relatively little space. Space could be made for the cafe by discontinuing the children's book section, which will likely become less popular given that the last national census indicated a significant decline in the percent of the population who are under age ten."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. Snarl<br /><br />2. Adroit<br /><br />3. Conceit<br /><br />4. Intermittent<br /><br />5. Labyrinthine<br /><br />6. Euphemism<br /><br />7. Trite<br /><br />8. Embolden<br /><br />9. Resurgence<br /><br />10. Hermitage<br /><br />11. Secluded<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The most essential quality of an effective leader is the ability to remain consistently committed to particular principles and objectives. Any leader who is quickly and easily influenced by shifts in popular opinion will accomplish little.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 6th)<br /><br /><br />1.Haven <br /><br />2.Mace<br /><br />3.Circumference<br /><br />4.Plethora<br /><br />5.Alleviate<br /><br />6.Palliate<br /><br />7.Emancipate<br /><br />8.Impervious<br /><br />9. Susceptible <br /><br />10.Callous<br /><br />11.Derision<br /><br />12.Crutch<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Impervious: Susceptible<br /><br />2.Crutch: Walk<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Jan 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Graze<br /><br />2. Spurious<br /><br />3. Ennui<br /><br />4. Afflatus<br /><br />5. Subterfuge<br /><br />6. Imbue<br /><br />7. Commensurate<br /><br />8. Hoodwink<br /><br />9. Panache<br /><br />10. Chuckle<br /><br />11. Quaff<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Chuckle: Laugh<br /><br />2. Quaff: Sip<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Many people know how to attain success but only few know how to make the best use of it.circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-55847072846242548642008-12-31T19:27:00.000-08:002009-01-17T19:28:18.988-08:00DECEMBER VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 31st)<br /><br /><br />1. Halcyon<br /><br />2. Wayne<br /><br />3. Altruism<br /><br />4. Atonement<br /><br />5. Asunder<br /><br />6. Commensurate<br /><br />7. Meek<br /><br />8. Penurious<br /><br />9. Sangfroid<br /><br />10. Cessation<br /><br />11. Procrastinate<br /><br />12. Recalcitrant<br /><br />13. Rapacious<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is a grave mistake to theorize before one has data.<br /><br />2. About media scrutiny on people reputations diminished<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared as part of a letter to the editor of a local newspaper.<br />"During her three years in office, Governor Riedeburg has shown herself to be a worthy leader. Since she took office, crime has decreased, the number of jobs created per year has doubled, and the number of people choosing to live in our state has increased. These trends are likely to continue if she is reelected. In addition, Ms. Riedeburg has promised to take steps to keep big companies here, thereby providing jobs for any new residents. Anyone who looks at Ms. Riedeburg's record can tell that she is the best-qualified candidate for governor." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 30th)<br /><br /><br />1. Futility<br /><br />2. Muddle<br /><br />3. Inimical<br /><br />4. Embrace<br /><br />5. Ossified<br /><br />6. Preemptory<br /><br />7. Reticent<br /><br />8. Epitomic<br /><br />9. Taint<br /><br />10. Exacerbate<br /><br />11. Fiasco<br /><br />12. Lurk<br /><br />13. Brevity<br /><br />13. Voluble<br /><br />14. Exculpate<br /><br />15. Unadulterated<br /><br />16. Fatuous<br /><br />17. Complacency<br /><br />18. Fathomable<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Trial: Courtroom<br /><br />2. Lurk: Wait<br /><br />3. Fathomable: Regret<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. One can best understand the characteristics of its society, by studying the major cities of the state.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 29th)<br /><br /><br />1. Equivocation <br /><br />2. Dire<br /><br />3. Harangue<br /><br />4. Mulish<br /><br />5. Voluble<br /><br />6. Entice<br /><br />7. Gainsay<br /><br />8. Thwart <br /><br />9. Banquet<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Banquet: meal<br /><br />2. Alarmist: Warning<br /><br />3. Siren: Heard<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "A picture can give more information than a piece of text"<br /><br />2. "If you have a goal which is worthy, you should achieve it by any means "<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. Anti aging in human beings based on anti aging compounds used on rats.....<br />(Something like this)<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 26th)<br /><br /><br />1. Tawdry<br /><br />2. Perception<br /><br />3. Lull<br /><br />4. Tacit<br /><br />5. Contrite<br /><br />6. Uncanny <br /><br />7. Quibble<br /><br />8. Reminiscence<br /><br />9. Nepotism<br /><br />10. Surfeit<br /><br />11. Cinnamon<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Cinnamon: Spices<br /><br />2. Audit : Account <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. People's dress, look and act reveals their interest and attitude. One can tell the value of society in which people live by their dressing and look.<br />(Something like this)<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. Exude<br /><br />2. Quislings<br /><br />3. Obdurate<br /><br />4. Gratuitous<br /><br />5. Ignominy <br /><br />5. Lubricant<br /><br />6. Harangue<br /><br />7. Mollify<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Lubricant: friction<br /><br />2. Harangue: mollify<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "It is always an individual who is the impetus for innovation; the details may be worked out by a team, but true innovation results from the enterprise and unique perception of an individual".<br /><br />2."Many problems of modern society cannot be solved by laws and the legal system because moral behavior cannot be legislated".<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a letter to the editor of a Batavia newspaper.<br />"The department of agriculture in Batavia reports that the number of dairy farms throughout the country is now 25 percent greater than it was 10 years ago. During this same time period, however, the price of milk at the local Excello Food Market has increased from $1.50 to over $3.00 per gallon. To prevent farmers from continuing to receive excessive profits on an apparently increased supply of milk, the Batavia government should begin to regulate retail milk prices. Such regulation is necessary to ensure both lower prices and an adequate supply of milk for consumers". <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 23rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Exanimate<br /><br />2. Rile<br /><br />3. Augmented<br /><br />4. Lacerated<br /><br />5. Offhand<br /><br />6. Graze<br /><br />7. Stultify<br /><br />8. Tendentious<br /><br />9. Boor<br /><br />10. Turncoat<br /><br />11. Fastidiousness <br /><br />12. Nadir<br /><br />13. Acme<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Nadir: Acme<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic: <br /><br />1. "Money spent on research is always a good investment, even when the results of that research are controversial".<br /><br />2."The best way to understand the character of society is to examine the character of men and women that the society chooses as its heroes or heroines".<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 22nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Hasten<br /><br />2. Diminution<br /><br />3. Turbulent<br /><br />4. Infuriate<br /><br />5. Garrulous<br /><br />6. Imbue<br /><br />7. Upbraid<br /><br />8. Surreptitious<br /><br />9. Patent<br /><br />10. Vivid<br /><br />11. Inane<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Spontaneous: Planning<br /><br />2. Vivid: Inspiration<br /><br />3. Inane: Significance<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. Gruffness<br /><br />2. Hearsay<br /><br />3. Recidivism<br /><br />4. Quagmire<br /><br />5. Proselytize<br /><br />6. Priggish<br /><br />7. Peregrination<br /><br />8. Baneful<br /><br />9. Facet<br /><br />10. Invigorate<br /><br />11. Cortege<br /><br />12. Orator<br /><br />13. Loft <br /><br />14. Bifurcate<br /><br />15. Obtuse<br /><br />16. Propensity<br /><br />17. Saunter<br /><br />18. Canyon<br /><br />19. Gully<br /><br />20. Deflated<br /><br />21. Discretion<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Tree: Bark<br /><br />2. Saunter: Walk<br /><br />3. Canyon: Gully<br /><br />4. Skin: Person<br /><br />5. Puncture: Deflated<br /><br />6. Discretion: Diplomatic<br /><br />7. Mosquito: Netting<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. History won’t help in taking imp decisions of today.<br /><br />2. Research priorities are being set up for science, education and any other field will it save the human lives if the results are successful.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. Regarding the power-lift gyms whether to invest the money on those gyms and national surveys indicate that most of the people are supporting that those power lift-gyms are going to be poplar and more profitable.<br />(Something like that)<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 18th)<br /><br /><br />1. Ruminative<br /><br />2. Morose<br /><br />3. Intangible<br /><br />4. Teeter<br /><br />5. Hoary<br /><br />6. Arabesque<br /><br />7. Malleable<br /><br />8. Imply<br /><br />9. Endow <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Philanthropist: Endow <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Technologies not only influence but actually determine social customs and ethics.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 17th)<br /><br /><br />1. Discretion<br /><br />2. Cavil<br /><br />3. Chronological<br /><br />4. Spurious<br /><br />5. Lionize<br /><br />6. Restive<br /><br />7. Invigorate<br /><br />8. Demur<br /><br />9. Parsimonious<br /><br />10. Skimp<br /><br />11. Countenance<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Parsimonious: Skimp<br /><br />2. Countenance: Toleration<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Education will be effective, only if it is modified to the meet the individual interests of the student.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. A survey was conducted on 500 middle-aged men to determine relationship between exercise and longevity. They have been monitored for 10 years. The men were of various occupations and belong to different locations. Among those who responded, many said that they did vigorous outdoor exercises daily. Hence, based on the direct relationship between exercise and longevity, doctors should not recommend moderate exercises to all the patients.<br />(Some thing like this)<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 16th)<br /><br /><br />1. Munificent<br /><br />2. Restive<br /><br />3. Affable<br /><br />4. Torrid<br /><br />5. Austerity<br /><br />6. Garble<br /><br />7. Dapper<br /><br />8. Hapless<br /><br />9. Tenable<br /><br />10. Laconic<br /><br />11. Parsimonious<br /><br />12. Grimace<br /><br />13. Ennui<br /><br />14. Propensity<br /><br />15. Blunt<br /><br />16. Elucidate<br /><br />17. Abate<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Abate: Force<br /><br />2. Mosquito: Netting<br /><br /><br />Issue topic:<br /><br />1. "Those who treat politics and morality as though they were separate realms fail to understand either the one or the other."<br /><br />2. "The human mind will always be superior to machines because machines are only tools of human minds."<br /><br /><br />Argument topic:<br /><br />1. The nation of Claria covers a vast physical area. But despite wide geographic differences, many citizens are experiencing rising costs of electricity. A recent study of household electric costs in Claria found that families who cooled their houses with fans alone spent more on electricity than did families using air conditioners alone for cooling. However, those households that reported using both fans and air conditioners spent less on electricity than those households that used either fans or air conditioners alone. Thus, the citizens of Claria should follow the study's recommendation and use both air conditioners and fans in order to save money on electricity. <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. Aligned<br /><br />2. Catholic<br /><br />3. Synergy<br /><br />4. Unbuttoned<br /><br />5. Profundity <br /><br />6. Manumit<br /><br />7. Tendentious<br /><br />8. Friated<br /><br />9. Afflatus<br /><br />10. Ruminative<br /><br />11. Truncate<br /><br />12. Squall<br /><br />13. Ladle<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Truncate: Length<br /><br />2. Squall: Commotion<br /><br />3. Soup: ladle<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The only responsibility for corporate executives as long as they stay within the law is to increase money for the company.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. Chicanery<br /><br />2. Nuance<br /><br />3. Countenance<br /><br />4. Circuitry<br /><br />5. Austerity<br /><br />6. Obfuscate<br /><br />7. Perspicacious<br /><br />8. Mottle<br /><br />9. Buttress<br /><br />10. Edifice<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Buttress: Edifice<br /><br />2. Range: Mountain<br /><br />3. Branch: Tree<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Should the authorities be questioned for the well being of the society.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 10th)<br /><br /><br />1. Dilettante<br /><br />2. Garbled<br /><br />3. Conundrum<br /><br />4. Resilience<br /><br />5. Subterfuge<br /><br />6. Mulish<br /><br />7. Gaunt<br /><br />8. Pugnacious<br /><br />9. Perplex<br /><br />10. Recant<br /><br />11. Dust jacket<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Recant: Spend<br /><br />2. Dust jacket: books<br /><br />3. Irrelevant: pertain<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. Evoke<br /><br />2. Taut <br /><br />3. Effervesce<br /><br />4. Malaise <br /><br />5. Ruminative<br /><br />6. Inept<br /><br />7. Commotion<br /><br />8. Repudiate<br /><br />9. Consolidate<br /><br />10. Garbled<br /><br />11. Convoluted<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Garbled: Comprehend<br /><br />2. Convoluted: Complexity<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 8th)<br /><br /><br />1.Peremptory<br /><br />2.Imbue<br /><br />3.Emulate<br /><br />4.Infuriate<br /><br />5.Deplore<br /><br />6.Ostracize<br /><br />7.Exacerbate<br /><br />8.Thwart<br /><br />9.Stymie<br /><br />10.Deplore<br /><br />11.Vile<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Deplore: vile<br /><br />2.Friction: oil<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.Tradition and modernization are incompatible; one has to choose between them.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Taciturnly<br /><br />2. Stinting<br /><br />3. Draconian<br /><br />4. Drivel<br /><br />5. Propensity<br /><br />6. Accrue<br /><br />7. Voracious<br /><br />8. Oblivion<br /><br />9. Obduracy<br /><br />10. Panache<br /><br />11. Debilitate<br /><br />12. Ruminate<br /><br />13. Palpable<br /><br />14. Repertoire<br /><br />15. Slake<br /><br />16. Apocryphal<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Slake: Thirst <br /><br />2. Apocryphal: Authenticity<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. Bibulous<br /><br />2. Tauter<br /><br />3. Sunder<br /><br />4. Slack<br /><br />5. Hoodwink<br /><br />6. Extort<br /><br />7. Buoyant<br /><br />8. Flamboyance<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. In any form of art the work can be merited only, if it is understood by most of the people.<br /><br />2. Some educational systems are based on reasoning and logical thinking, but students are more benefitted by education which burst out there emotions.<br />(Something like that)<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic: <br /><br />1. It is regarding merging of two states in the USA.<br /><br />2. To increase the speed limits in a highway.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Dec 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1.Draconian<br /><br />2.Stinting<br /><br />3.Accrue<br /><br />4.Drivel<br /><br />5.Taciturnly<br /><br />6. Chuckle<br /><br />7. Miff<br /><br />8. Aesthetic<br /><br />9. Taut<br /><br />10. Lubricant<br /><br />11. Abrasion<br /><br />12. Orator<br /><br />13. Articulate<br /><br /><br />Analogies.<br /><br />1.Lubricant: Abrasion<br /><br />2.Orator: Articulate<br /><br />3. Chuckle: Laugh<br /><br /><br />Issue topic:<br /><br />1.For professionals and academics imaginative thinking is more important than knowledge.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. A company wants to choose a road contractor for putting road for the company’s shopping mall.... & so on…..<br />(Similar to this)<br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />© Copyrights 2007, Dr Raju's Visual GRE . All Rights Reserved<br /><br />Terms & Conditionscircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-43765232430908844762008-11-29T19:26:00.000-08:002009-01-17T19:27:02.559-08:00NOVEMBER VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 28th)<br /><br /><br />1. Hortatory<br /><br />2. Potable<br /><br />3. Sunder<br /><br />4. Serene<br /><br />5. Impeccable<br /><br />6. Vindicate<br /><br />7. Pacify<br /><br />8. Turbulent<br /><br />9. Pucker<br /><br />10. Intriguing<br /><br />11. Inane<br /><br />12. Fraught<br /><br />13. Placidity<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Deplore: vile<br /><br />2.Inane: Significance<br /><br />3.Fraught: placidity<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 27th)<br /><br /><br />1. Seeing<br /><br />2. Vehemence<br /><br />3. Thwart<br /><br />4. Jaded<br /><br />5. Convene<br /><br />6. Reclusive<br /><br />7. Stalwart<br /><br />8. Querulous<br /><br />9. Taciturnity<br /><br />10. Undermine<br /><br />11. Valedictory <br /><br />12. Inimical <br /><br />13. Ossified<br /><br />14. Reclusive<br /><br />15. Prevarication<br /><br />16. Sunder<br /><br />17. Crumb<br /><br />18. Claustrophobic<br /><br />19. Garrulous<br /><br />20. Impervious<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Garrulous: Talkative<br /><br />2. Prevarication: Deceive<br /><br />3. Chain: Links<br /><br />4. Impervious: Damaged<br /><br />5. Crumb: Bread <br /><br />6. Brick: Wall<br /><br />7. Claustrophobic: Closure<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 26th)<br /><br /><br />1. Vaunt<br /><br />2. Volitional<br /><br />3. Din<br /><br />4. Pernicious<br /><br />5. Swagger<br /><br />6. Phlegmatic<br /><br />7. Fretwork<br /><br />8. Unveil<br /><br />9. Crouch<br /><br />10. Raving<br /><br />11. Collude<br /><br />12. Remorseful<br /><br />13. Compassion <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Collude: Cooperate<br /><br />2. Remorseful: Compassion <br /><br />3. Range: Mountain<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "It is often necessary, even desirable, for political leaders to withhold information from the public".<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 25th)<br /><br /><br />1. Hasty<br /><br />2. Frivolous<br /><br />3. Din<br /><br />4. Succinct<br /><br />5. Volubility<br /><br />6. Distend <br /><br />7. Caustic<br /><br />8. Centrifuge<br /><br />9. Anvil<br /><br />10. Arboreal<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Centrifuge: Purify<br /><br />2. Hammer: Anvil<br /><br />3. Arboreal: Trees<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Governments should concentrate on solving current problems instead of future problems.<br /><br /><br />Argument topic:<br /><br />1. 25 babies tested for behavior against external stimuli. Babies whose mother had more hormone melatonin were shy in future & so on....<br />(It is something related to this)<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. Tantamount<br /><br />2. Deleterious<br /><br />3. Quell<br /><br />4. Cogent<br /><br />5. Truculent<br /><br />6. Succinct<br /><br />7. Malicious<br /><br />8. Loquacious<br /><br />9. Stench<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Loquacious: Succinctness<br /><br />2. Stench: Nose<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The primary goal of technological advancement should be to increase people's efficiency so that everyone has more leisure time.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 21st)<br /><br /><br />1. Decrepit <br /><br />2. Vitiate<br /><br />3. Hasten<br /><br />4. Happy<br /><br />5. Parvenu<br /><br />6. Meretricious <br /><br />7. Sedulous<br /><br />8. Bucolic<br /><br />9. Carouse<br /><br />10. Loqacious<br /><br />11. Succinct<br /><br />12. Reinforcement <br /><br />13. Cinnamon<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Loqacious: Succinct<br /><br />2. Reinforcement : Collapse<br /><br />3. Cinnamon: Spices<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is the artist, not the critic who provide the society the things of lasting value.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 20th)<br /><br /><br />1. Lusus naturae(n): a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed; freak; a conspicuous congenital abnormality. <br /><br />2. Skank(v): to dance rhythmically in a loose-limbed manner; (n):A rhythmic dance performed to reggae or ska music, characterized by bending forward, raising the knees, and extending the hands; disgusting or vulgar matter; filth.<br /><br />3. Generalissimo(n): the supreme commander of the armed forces.<br /><br />4. Sylphlike(n): a slender, graceful woman or girl; one of a race of supernatural beings supposed to inhabit the air; (adj): moving and bending with ease.<br /><br />5. Turbulence(n): the quality or state of being turbulent; violent disorder or commotion; unstable flow of a liquid or gas;unstable flow of a liquid or gas; a state of violent disturbance and disorder.<br /><br />6. Transient(adj): not lasting, enduring, or permanent; lasting only a short time; existing briefly; staying only a short time. <br /><br />7. Droll(adj): amusing in an odd way; comical in an odd or whimsical manner; (v): to jest; joke; (n): jester; wag.<br /><br />8. Pedantic(adj): overly concerned with minute details or formalisms, esp. in teaching; marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects. <br /><br />9. Supercilious(adj): having or showing arrogant superiority; feeling or showing haughty disdain; haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person or a facial expression.<br /><br />10. Engrossed(v): To occupy exclusively; absorb; written formally in a large clear script, as a deed or other legal document. <br /><br />11. Assiduous(adj): constant in application or effort; working diligently at a task; persistent.<br /><br />12. Trenchant(adj): effective; energetic; clearly or sharply defined; incisive or keen; vigorous.<br /><br />13. Insipid(adj): without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating qualities;without sufficient taste to be pleasing, as food or drink.<br /><br />14. Obfuscate(v): to confuse; to make obscure or unclear; to render indistinct or dim; darken; To make so confused or opaque as to be difficult to perceive or understand.<br /><br />15. Nitpick(v): to be excessively concerned with or critical of inconsequential details; to criticize by focusing on inconsequential details; (n):petty criticism.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Trenchant: Insipid<br /><br />2. Obfuscate: Confusion<br /><br />3. Nitpick: Criticize<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were made possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. Transient<br /><br />2. Deleterious<br /><br />3. Voluminous<br /><br />4. Gregarious<br /><br />5. Transient<br /><br />6. Demeanor<br /><br />7. Banal<br /><br />8. Transient <br /><br />9. Archive<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Archive: Records<br /><br />2. Inch: Move<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. By studying about big cities, we can know about their society.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 18th)<br /><br /><br />1. Execrable<br /><br />2. Estimable <br /><br />3. Contemptible<br /><br />4. Deprecate<br /><br />5. Pristine<br /><br />6. Blemish<br /><br />7. Extol<br /><br />8. Tenable<br /><br />9. Indefensible<br /><br />10. Categorical<br /><br />11. Conditional<br /><br />12. Defer<br /><br />13. Hermetic<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Pristine: Blemish<br /><br />2. Admire: Hero<br /><br />3. Hermetic: Sealed <br /><br />4. Spotted: Stained<br /><br />5. Defer: Leader <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. High profile awards like the Nobel & Oscars do more damage than good as they indicate that only a few people receiving them are deserving and thus give rise to discrimination. <br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a newsletter offering advice to investors. "Over 80 percent of the respondents to a recent survey indicated a desire to reduce their intake of foods containing fats and cholesterol, and today low-fat products abound in many food stores. Since many of the food products currently marketed by Old Dairy Industries are high in fat and cholesterol, the company's sales are likely to diminish greatly and their profits will no doubt decrease. We therefore advise Old Dairy stockholders to sell their shares and other investors not to purchase stock in this company." <br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 17th)<br /><br /><br />1. Nitpick<br /><br />2. Fecklessness<br /><br />3. Edible<br /><br />4. Scathe<br /><br />5. Loquacious<br /><br />6. Sass<br /><br />7. Capitulate<br /><br />8. Assiduous<br /><br />9. Divulge<br /><br />10. Sedulous<br /><br />11. Vitiate<br /><br />12. Hapless<br /><br />13. Transient<br /><br />14. Caustic<br /><br />15. Hardy<br /><br />16. Anvil<br /><br />17. Fawning<br /><br />18. Pristine<br /><br />19. Blemish<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Hammer: Anvil<br /><br />2. Apple: Fruit <br /><br />3. Fawning: Attentive<br /><br />4. Pristine: Blemish<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Any form of art let it be music, literature, painting, sculptures etc. to get merit must be understood by common people.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. Obsequious<br /><br />2. Volubility<br /><br />3. Potable<br /><br />4. Obfuscate<br /><br />5. Edible<br /><br />6. Nihilistic<br /><br />7. Panegyric<br /><br />8. Ineluctable<br /><br />9. Potentate <br /><br />10. Impervious<br /><br />11. Potable<br /><br />12. Tonic<br /><br />13. Audacious<br /><br />14. Maladroit<br /><br />15. Transience<br /><br />16. Trenchant<br /><br />17. Slovenly<br /><br />18. Transient<br /><br />19. Nitpick<br /><br />20. Fecklessness<br /><br />21. Lethargic<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Impervious: Penetrate<br /><br />2. Ineluctable: Avoid<br /><br />3. Potable: Drinking<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. Idiosyncrasy<br /><br />2. Wit<br /><br />3. Pedestrian<br /><br />4. Potable<br /><br />5. Ambiguous<br /><br />6. Squat<br /><br />7. Peripheral<br /><br />8. Resonant <br /><br />9. Trenchant<br /><br />10. Pallid<br /><br />11. Maladroit<br /><br />12. Assiduous<br /><br />13. Sliver<br /><br />14. Slovenly<br /><br />15. Transient<br /><br />16. Meet<br /><br />17. Obfuscate<br /><br />18. Husky<br /><br />19. Supple<br /><br />20. Teeter<br /><br />21. Hasty<br /><br />22. Pallid<br /><br />23. Cessation<br /><br />24. Wit<br /><br />25. Haughty<br /><br />26. Itinerary<br /><br />27. Taut<br /><br />28. Edible<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Sensitive: Numb<br /><br />2. Director: Script<br /><br />3. Hill: Mountain<br /><br />4. Directory: Names<br /><br />5. Haughty: Praise<br /><br />6. Itinerary: Stop<br /><br />7. Mill: Grinding<br /><br />8. Scissors: Cutting<br /><br />9. Edible: Eat <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. Assiduous<br /><br />2. Tonic<br /><br />3. Revelry<br /><br />4. Nefarious<br /><br />5. Diligent<br /><br />6. Succulent<br /><br />7. Esoteric<br /><br />8. Apulia<br /><br />9. Intermittent<br /><br />10. Intangible<br /><br />11. Crouch <br /><br />12. Recess<br /><br />13. Banquet<br /><br />14. Herculean<br /><br />15. Trifling<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Recess: halt<br /><br />2. Banquet: meal<br /><br />3. Herculean: trifling<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a magazine focusing on health and fitness. <br />"A recent study of several nutritional supplements showed that subjects who took a daily pill containing luceen had significantly better vision of distant objects than subjects in the study who took other nutritional supplements. Luceen appears naturally in a tasty fruit that grows on the island of Bonopia, and very few inhabitants of that island wear eyeglasses or other corrective lenses. Such evidence suggests that people who develop vision problems should take regular luceen supplements."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 11th)<br /><br /><br />1. Anomaly <br /><br />2. Tonic <br /><br />3. Arcane <br /><br />4. Jejune <br /><br />5. Embellish<br /><br />6. Cessation<br /><br />7. Veneration<br /><br />8. Accomplice<br /><br />9. Brevity<br /><br />10. Chagrin<br /><br />11. Tout<br /><br />12. Potentate <br /><br />13. Dwindle<br /><br />14. Impervious<br /><br />15. Penetrate<br /><br />16. Ineluctable<br /><br />17. Potable<br /><br />18. Edible<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Impervious: Penetrate<br /><br />2. Ineluctable: Avoid<br /><br />3. Potable: Drinking<br /><br />4. Edible: Eat<br /><br />5. Weather: Climate<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 10th)<br /><br /><br />1.Meet<br /><br />2.Encomium<br /><br />3.Pallid<br /><br />4.Ambrosia<br /><br />5.Muddle some<br /><br />6.Impervious <br /><br />7.Impromptu <br /><br />8.Labyrinth <br /><br />9.Languish <br /><br />10.Limpid <br /><br />11.Perpetrate <br /><br />12.Precarious <br /><br />13.Predispose <br /><br />14.Banal <br /><br />15.Expropriate <br /><br />16.Assiduous<br /><br />17.Abate <br /><br />18.Sedulous <br /><br />19.Daft <br /><br />20.Perfidious <br /><br />21.Retort<br /><br />22.Repartee <br /><br />23.Nepotism<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Retort: Repartee <br /><br />2.Nepotism: Relative <br /><br />3.Encomium: praise<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. Apulia <br /><br />2. Manna<br /><br />3. Adulation<br /><br />4. Nebulous<br /><br />5. Marbled<br /><br />6. Assiduous<br /><br />7. Prevaricate<br /><br />8. Quash<br /><br />9. Vindicate<br /><br />10. Obdurate<br /><br />11. Jargon<br /><br />12. Implacable <br /><br />13. Luculent <br /><br />14. Melancholy <br /><br />15. Malaise<br /><br />16. Illicit<br /><br />17. Engrossed<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Illicit: Permission<br /><br />2. Engrossed: occupied <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 6th)<br /><br /><br />1. Leaden<br /><br />2. Cognizant<br /><br />3. Exonerate<br /><br />4. Conjecture<br /><br />5. Vulgarity<br /><br />6. Nebulous<br /><br />7. Brazen<br /><br />8. Precariousness<br /><br />9. Exonerate<br /><br />10. Wax<br /><br />11. Adept<br /><br />12. Quiescence<br /><br />13. Trepidation<br /><br />14. Flannel<br /><br />15. Soporific<br /><br />16. Martinet<br /><br />17. Rigidity<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Flannel: Cloth<br /><br />2. Soporific: Sleep <br /><br />3. Martinet: Rigidity<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were made possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following is a letter to the editor of the Waymarsh Times. Traffic problems here in Waymarsh are obviously reaching record levels. While just three months ago it would take me 15 minutes to get to work, it now takes closer to 25. Waymarsh should follow the example of our neighboring city Graysville. Last year, Graysville implemented a policy that rewards people who share rides to work with coupons for free gas. Pollution levels in Graysville have dropped since the policy was implemented, and several friends who live in Graysville tell me that their trip to work is quicker than it used to be. With the terrible traffic and high pollution in Waymarsh, we must implement a policy similar to Graysville. <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Diatribe<br /><br />2. Abet<br /><br />3. Nebulous<br /><br />4. Assuage<br /><br />5. Demure<br /><br />6. Vilify<br /><br />7. Blatant<br /><br />8. Truncate<br /><br />9. Ameliorate<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Truncate: Extent<br /><br />2. Ameliorative: Improve<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. For Professionals, academic imagination is more important than knowledge.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. Flippant <br /><br />2. Bonhomie <br /><br />3. Ambrosia<br /><br />4. Euphemism<br /><br />5. Panegyric<br /><br />6. Lofty<br /><br />7. Inept<br /><br />8. Adulate<br /><br />9. Prevaricator<br /><br />10. Meandering <br /><br />11. Garbled<br /><br />12. Comprehend<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Meandering : directness<br /><br />2. Garbled: Comprehend<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is the artist that gives to society not the critic.<br /><br />2. The problems of modern society cannot be solved by the legislative system and laws because they cannot govern human morality.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Nov 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Nebulous <br /><br />2. Caveat<br /><br />3. Glib<br /><br />4. Profundity<br /><br />5. Transitory <br /><br />6. Capricious<br /><br />7. Trite<br /><br />8. Flippancy<br /><br />9. Gravity<br /><br />10. Lassitude <br /><br />11. Lofty<br /><br />12. Maladroit<br /><br />13. Deft<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Wood: Carpenter<br /><br />2. Maladroit: Deft <br /><br />3. Thin: Densitycircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-28824238925465542352008-11-30T19:18:00.000-08:002009-01-17T19:24:11.568-08:00NOVEMBER QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 30th)
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<br />1. (0.401)(0.211)(0.197)
<br />--------------------------- = ?
<br />(0.434)(0.107)(0.153)
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<br />2. When n is divided by 7 reminder is 4; what is reminder when (n*2+5)/7?
<br />Ans: 6
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<br />3. Col A: Sqrt(11+6)
<br />Col B: Sqrt (11) + sqrt(6)
<br />Ans: B
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<br />4. A line intersects the Y-axis at (0,a) and X-axis at (a,0). If the line passes through the point (-3,-3), find the value of a.
<br />Ans: -6
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<br />5. In a room there are more than 12 members which are divided into a 5 member,8 member and a 12 member group.Find the least possible members in room such that finally non are left.
<br />Ans: 120
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<br />6. A group can charter a particular aircraft at a fixed total cost.If 36 people charter aircraft rather than 40,loss per person is 12$. What is cost per person if 40 people charter it?
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<br />7. A figure was given in which (2x+1) degree and 75 degree forms a straight angle. Find X ?
<br />Ans: 52
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<br />8. r^3 = (5^9/5^6)
<br />Col A : r
<br />Col B : 5
<br />Ans: C
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<br />9. Col A: (5^n/5^k)^2
<br />Col B: (n/k)^2
<br />Ans: D
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<br />10. 3x+6y = 6
<br />Col A : x intercept
<br />Col B : y intercept
<br />Ans: A
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<br />11. Three points in the coordinate system were given (4,5), (-2,-1) and (1,k) and all lie on the same line.
<br />Col A: k
<br />Col B: 2
<br />Ans: C
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<br />12. A price of product x is increased by p% to give new price y and then price of y is reduced by r% to give original price.
<br />Col A: p
<br />Col B: r
<br />Ans: A
<br />13. x1, x2, x3, x4 & x5 are the events Rate of occurance of them are r1, r2, r3, r4 & r5
<br />E = x1r1+x2r2+x3r3+x4r4+x5r5/(x1+x2+x3+x4+x5)
<br />x1=r1=1
<br />x2=r2=2
<br />x3=r3=3
<br />x4=r4=4
<br />x5=r5=5. Find E?
<br />Ans: 11/3
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<br />14. Two concentric circles with the inner circle having radius 6 feet. The path around the inner circle is 2 feet wide and a wall is to be constructed on the path. If the concrete is to be 0.06 deep, then how much concrete will be required?
<br />Ans: 1.68 pi
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<br />15. x is an integer such that x > 2
<br />Cola: number of even factors of 2x
<br />Colb: number of odd factors of 3x
<br />Ans: D
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<br />16. A semicircle was given with area =2pie. Find the perimeter of the semicircle?
<br />Ans: 2pie+4
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<br />17. check the diag here ->
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<br />Given x= y and EF || BC
<br />COL A: area of triangle ABC
<br />COL B: area of triangle DEF
<br />Ans: (if EF = BC then ans is C)
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<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 29th)
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<br />1.2^(2n+1)- 2^2n = 2^1000. Find n?
<br />A)500
<br />B)1000
<br />C)2000
<br />Ans: A
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<br />2.Col A: (0.91^2/1.1^2)+(1.1^2/0.91^2)
<br />Col B: 2
<br />Ans: B
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<br />3.Col A: Perimeter of a square with area 32
<br />Col B: Perimeter of a rectangle with area 42
<br />Ans: D
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<br />4. A formula was given to find the value for n years in thousands .
<br />Formula: 0.01n^2 + 10n + 2000 .
<br />Col a : value for 10 years.
<br />Col b : 2100000
<br />Ans: A
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<br />5. Col A : (5^n/5^k) ^2
<br />Col B : (n/k)^2
<br />Ans: D
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<br />6. w+6,S+6,p+6 has Standard Deviation k then what will be the Standard Deviation for w,s,p?
<br />a.6k+6
<br />b.18k
<br />c.8k+18
<br />d.6k
<br />e. none
<br />Ans: e
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<br />7.On a street, there are four houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?
<br />A. 4
<br />B. 24
<br />C. 64
<br />D. 81
<br />E. 128
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />8.There is a circular water fountain of Diameter 12m. The wall of the tank has a width of 2m. If the thickness of the fountain is 0.06m, what is the volume of the concrete used in constructing the tank?
<br />Ans: 1.68pi cu.m
<br />
<br />9.Compare :
<br />Col A: square root of (125+169)
<br />Col B: sqaure root of 125 +square root of 169.
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />10. Given two lines 'l' and 'm' which are parallel to each other. There are two points 'a' and 'b' on line 'l' and two points 'c' and 'd' of the same length is on line 'm'. If M is a mid point between 'a' and 'b' then
<br />Col A: MC
<br />Col B: MD
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />11. Col A : (1/9 + 1/10 + 1/11 + 1/12 + 1/13 + 1/14 + 1/15)
<br />Col B : 7/12
<br />Ans : Col A
<br />
<br />12. If f(x)= 3(x)^2 - 4x + 25
<br />Col a: what is the least number to satisfy the condiation
<br />Col b: 0
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />13. John's salary for a particular month is given by the equation: 1520 + 0.15x where x is the amount obtained from the sales made by John. In July 2000, John got $300 more than June 2000. By how much did John's sales increase in July 2000 as compared to June 2000?
<br />Ans : $2000
<br />
<br />14.A price of product x is increased by p% to give new price y and then price of y is reduced by r% to give original price.
<br />Col A: p
<br />Col B: r
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />15.A telephone call charges at the rate x for first 1 minute, and y for the remaining time of the call. If the total charge for the call was $2.49, what was the call duration in terms of x and y.
<br />Ans : ($2.49 – x)/y + 1
<br />
<br />16. In a triangle the three angles are given as X,X,Y. and the avg of two angles is 65, then what is the possible value of Y in the below options?
<br />A. 60
<br />B. 65
<br />C. 70
<br />D. 75
<br />E. 80
<br />Ans: E
<br />
<br />17. If x = -1 then (1/x)+(1/x^2)+(1/x^3)+(1/x^4)=?
<br />Ans: 0
<br />
<br />18. Given f(n+3)=f(n) and
<br />f(-1)=6
<br />f(0)= 5
<br />f(1) = 4
<br />then the value of f(8) is
<br />Ans: 6
<br />
<br />19. Area of a square is 9 and that of a rectangle is 8.
<br />Col A: perimeter of square
<br />Col B: perimeter of rectangle
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />20. A company sold a product for x dollars in 1990. The price of product would increase by 2.5% every year. Which of the following expressions could be used to calculate the price of the product in the year 2000?
<br />Ans : x*(1.025)^10
<br />
<br />21.(1/2 + 1/3)+ (1/4 -1/3) + (1/2-1/4) = 1
<br />22. 4 points A,B,C,D on a straight line such that AD:AB = 9:1 and AD:AC = 4:1 points A,B,C,D are:-
<br />A. -20, -8, -10, 16
<br />B. -20, -16, 11, 16
<br />C. -20, -16, -11, 16
<br />D. -20, -16, -11, 7
<br />E. -20, -10, -11, 7
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />23. A circle was given with radius 6,it contained a shaded area. The degree measure of the unshaded area was 260. Find the area of shaded region.
<br />Ans:10pie
<br />
<br />24.Compare:
<br />Col A: {[Sqrt(6) + Sqrt(7)] [Sqrt(6) - Sqrt(7)]} / Sqrt(6)
<br />Col B: {[Sqrt(7) + Sqrt(6)] [Sqrt(7) - Sqrt(6)]} / Sqrt(7)
<br />Ans:B
<br />
<br />25. Tom brought 'n' shares for 't' dollars( n> 20).Then he sold 'n-20' shares at 't+1' per share and sold the remaining shares at 't+3' per share.
<br />Col A: total value of shares sold - total value of shares he bought
<br />Col B: t+40
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 28th)
<br />
<br />
<br />1. A line 'l' passes through (3,-2) and cuts the coordinate axis. line 'm ' is perpendicular to line 'l' .
<br />Column A : Slope of line m
<br />Column B : 3/2
<br />Ans:C
<br />
<br />2. The distance travelled by a train is 'd' and the time taken is h hrs. Next day the train travels the same distance but reaches 15 min early. What is the average speed in terms of 'd' and 'h'?
<br />
<br />3. 7 is the digit on tens place for X and 8 is the digit for tens place for Y. What is the Tens digit for (X+Y)
<br />Ans: 5
<br />
<br />4. 0<1
<br />col A : 1/x
<br />col B : 1/x^2
<br />
<br />5. If n * sqrt(0.01) = 1 then What is the value of n?
<br />Ans: 10
<br />
<br />6. (0.5)^-2 , (0.5)^-1 , (0.5)^0 , (0.5)^1 , (0.5)^2. Find the range of the above numbers
<br />Ans: 3.75
<br />
<br />7. If a line passes through (-3,2) and cuts coordinate axis.
<br />Col A: x-intercept of line
<br />Col B: y-intercept of line
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />8. Given f(x)=x^2+x
<br />Col a: f(x+1)
<br />Col b: f(x) + f(1)
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />9. If a square is inside the circle with its side 's' then What is the area of the circle?
<br />Ans: pi * s^2/2
<br />
<br />10. Tom brought 'n' shares for 't' dollars( n> 20).Then he sold 'n-20' shares at 't+1' per share and sold the remaining shares at 't+3' per share.
<br />Col A: total value of shares sold - total value of shares he bought
<br />Col B: t+40
<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 27th)
<br />
<br />
<br />1. Three points in the coordinate system were given (4,5), (-2,-1) n (1,k) and all lie on the same line…
<br />Col A: k
<br />Col B: 2
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />2. A company sold a product for x dollars in 1990. The price of the product would increase by 2.5% every year. Which of the following expressions could be used to calculate the price of the product in the year 2000?
<br />A. x * (25)^10
<br />B. x * (0.25)^10
<br />C. x * (1.25) ^ 10
<br />D. x * (1.025)^10
<br />E. x * (0.125) ^ 10
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />3.There is a circular water fountain of Diameter 12m. The wall of the tank has a width of 2m. If the thickness of the fountain is 0.06m, what is the volume of the concrete used in constructing the tank? On a street, there are four houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?
<br />A. 4
<br />B. 24
<br />C. 64
<br />D. 81
<br />E. 128
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />4. 3,1,4,2,3,1,4,2...... is a series in which 3,1,4,2 are repeated for every 4 terms then what is the product of the 67th,68th term?
<br />A. 2
<br />B. 4
<br />C. 6
<br />D. 8
<br />E. 3
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />5. n and k are positive numbers
<br />col a: (3^n/ 5^k)^2
<br />colb: (n/k)^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />6. A+B=1 and M+T=2
<br />A and M are positive and B and T are negative
<br />Cola :A^2 + B^2
<br />Col b: M^2 + N^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />7.The number of numbers that can be formed by the digits 1,2,3,4,3,2,1. the odd digits are at odd places is given by
<br />A) 430
<br />B) 215
<br />C) 93
<br />D) 36
<br />E) 18
<br />Ans: E
<br />
<br />8. The number of numbers that can be formed by the digits 1,2,3,4,3,2,1. the odd digits are at odd places is given by
<br />A) 430
<br />B) 215
<br />C) 93
<br />D) 36
<br />E) 18
<br />Ans: E
<br />
<br />9. Given a semicircle with radius 2 and its area is 2pie. Find the perimeter of the semicircle.
<br />Ans: 4+2pie
<br />
<br />10. Two lines 3x-5y=10 and 2x-10y=-3 were given and the point of intersection of these lines lies in which quadrant?
<br />Ans: IVth quadrant
<br />
<br />11. Given x ,10-x, 2x+3 are three numbers. If mean of these 3 numbers is 24. Find median.
<br />
<br />12. If mode of a group of numbers is 78 then what is the range of the numbers.
<br />Ans: D
<br />13. If x is not equal to 0.
<br />Col a : (x+y)^2
<br />Col b : x^2 +y^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />14. Given a cylinder having volume V. There is one more cylinder that had radius and height both twice of that of the given cylinder, so what is the volume of 2nd cylinder in terms of V?
<br />Ans : 8V
<br />
<br />15. (x^2+y^2)/2=xy then,
<br />col A: x
<br />col B: y
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />16. There are 37 employees in a company X. The month of july has more number of birthdays (of employees) than any other month in the year.
<br />Col A: Number of Birthdays in July
<br />Col B: 3
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />17. {(0.401)*(0.211)*(0.197)} / {(0.some number)*(0.155)*(0.343)} = this type of question was given .
<br />
<br />18. In a triangle the three angles are given as X,X,Y. and the avg of two angles is 65, then what is the possible value of Y in the below options?
<br />A. 60
<br />B. 65
<br />C. 70
<br />D. 75
<br />E. 80
<br />Ans: E
<br />
<br />19. x is an integer such that x > 3
<br />Col a: number of even factors of 2x
<br />Col b: number of odd factors of 3x
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />20. A set contains following no.'s a1,a2,a3.........a100
<br />An= ((n+1)/n)+1) for n odd integer
<br />An= -An-1 for n even integer
<br />Find it's range...
<br />
<br />21. lj+2l<3 and (k-1)^2=16
<br />coll a:jk
<br />col b:15
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />22. A price of product x is increased by p% to give new price y and then price of y is reduced by r% to give original price.
<br />Col A: p
<br />Col B: r
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />23. Three cuboids R, S and T were given…
<br />Sides of R x, y, z
<br />Sides of S x+10, y, z
<br />Sides of T x, y, z+10
<br />Col A: volume of s minus volume of R
<br />Col B: volume of T minus volume of R
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />24. John's salary for a particular month is given by the equation: 1520 + 0.15x where x is the amount obtained from the sales made by John. In July 2000, John got $300 more than June 2000. By how much did John's sales increase in July 2000 as compared to June 2000?
<br />Ans : $2000
<br />
<br />25. A company has 54 employees. There are more birthdays on Wednesdays then on any other day of the week.
<br />Col A: minimum no. of birthdays on Wednesdays
<br />Col B: 8
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 26th)
<br />
<br />
<br />1. In xy coordinate a square is drawn by connecting y, x, -y and -x coordinate. The area of the square is 36.
<br />Col A:Distance between the center of the coordinate and the point in –y coordinate
<br />Col B: 2.4
<br />
<br />2. x is multiple of 3 and 3x has unit digit 7.
<br />Col A: x
<br />Col B: 69
<br />
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />3. In a company there are 54 members. If wednesday has more numbers of birthdays then what is the least number of birthdays on
<br />wednesday?
<br />A. 6
<br />B. 7
<br />C. 8
<br />D. 9
<br />E. 10
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />4. x and y are positive integers.
<br />Col A: remainder when xy+x(y+2) is devided by 2.
<br />Col B: 0
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />5. |J+2|<3 and (k-1)^2=16
<br />Col A: jk
<br />Col B: 15
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />6. If x-x/2-x/4-x/8 = 16 find x?
<br />Ans: 128
<br />
<br />7. A price of product x is increased by p% to give new price y and then price of y is reduced by r% to give original price.
<br />Col A: p
<br />Col B: r
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />8. A label of vertical width w is stick on a cylinderical vessel with area A(some number) and height 10 cm.
<br />Cola: w
<br />Colb: 4.5
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />9. A circle was given with radius 6, it contained a shaded area. The degree measure of the unshaded area was 260. Find the area of
<br />shaded region.
<br />Ans:10pie
<br />
<br />10. There is a circular water fountain of Diameter 12m. The wall of the tank has a width of 2m. If the thickness of the fountain is
<br />0.06m, what is the volume of the concrete used in constructing the tank?
<br />Ans: 1.68pi cu.m
<br />
<br />11. 3^(4n+1) divided by 10
<br />Col A: Remainder
<br />Col B: 0
<br />
<br />12. x1, x2, x3, x4 & x5 are the events Rate of occurance of them are r1, r2, r3, r4 & r5
<br />E = x1r1+x2r2+x3r3+x4r4+x5r5/(x1+x2+x3+x4+x5)
<br />x1=r1=1
<br />x2=r2=2
<br />x3=r3=3
<br />x4=r4=4
<br />x5=r5=5. Find E?
<br />Ans: 11/3
<br />
<br />13. Given ax^2+bx+c=0, (2x+3)(2x-3)=0
<br />Col a:a+b+c
<br />Col b: -5
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />14. Given average(arithmetic mean) of t,u,v is x.
<br />Col a:arithmetic mean of t,u,v and x
<br />Col b:x
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />15. Col a: (-2)^-5
<br />Col b: 1
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 23rd)
<br />
<br />
<br />1. If 0.8 is the probability that a person gets infected with the disease amongst a group, in which a person in a group is infected.
<br />Col A : the probablity that a person getting infected if none of the others among the group is infected.
<br />Col B : 0.4
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />2. Given Users of mixers are 14% and Users of AC's are 27%. Find the Range of users excluding the users of mixers and ACs.
<br />A) 41% to 59%
<br />B) 59% to 73%
<br />C)21% to 41%
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />3. A price of product x is increased by p% to give new price y and then price of y is reduced by r% to give original price.
<br />Col A: p
<br />Col B: r
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />4. Bryan and Kathleen live 150 miles apart. They each drive toward the other's house along a straight road connecting the two,
<br />Bryan at a constant rate of 30 miles per hour and Kathleen at a constant rate of 50 miles per hour. If Bryan and Kathleen leave their
<br />houses at the same time, how many miles are they from Bryan's house when they meet?
<br />A) 40
<br />B) 51.5
<br />C) 56.25
<br />D) 75
<br />E) 93.75
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />5.The area of rectangular region R is equal to the area of rectangular region T.
<br />The Ratio of the length to the width of R is 3 to 1.
<br />the length & width of T are 12 & W, respectively.
<br />Col A : w
<br />Col B : 4
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />6. (0.5)^-2 , (0.5)^-1 , (0.5)^0 , (0.5)^1 , (0.5)^2. Find the range of the above numbers
<br />Ans: 3.75
<br />
<br />7.Two semicircles with thier diameters coincident...outer semicircle has diameter 12 feet and inner semicircle has diameter 8 feet.The outer minus inner was painted with green paint at some cost per sq feet and the inner was painted with red at the same cost per sq feet.
<br />Col A: cost of green paint
<br />Col B: cost of red paint
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />8. A label of vertical width w is stick on a cylinderical vessel with area A(some number) and height 10 cm.
<br />Cola: w
<br />Colb: 4.5
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 22nd)
<br />
<br />
<br />1. If d is the standard deviation of x,y and z then what is the standard of x+6,y+6 and z+6?
<br />A.d+6
<br />B. 6d
<br />C.12d
<br />D.18d
<br />E.None
<br />Ans: E
<br />
<br />2. Out of 45, 25 are married and 38 are houseowners.
<br />col A: least no.of houseowners who are married
<br />col b: 18
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />3. A two digit number is a multiple of 3 and thrice this number has 7 in its units place.
<br />col a: the number is
<br />col B: 69
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />4. (0.5)^-2 , (0.5)^-1 , (0.5)^0 , (0.5)^1 , (0.5)^2. Find the range of the above numbers
<br />Ans: 3.75
<br />
<br />5. If n is an integer when divided by 17 leaves a reminder 4, what is the reminder when 5n is divided by 17
<br />Ans : 3
<br />
<br />6. In a set of 5 numbers, if 7 is the median, 4 is the mode & mean of the largest & second largest number is 20. Find average of 5
<br />numbers.
<br />Ans: 11
<br />
<br />7. Where will the point of intersection of the lines 3x + 5y = 7 and 2x - 10y = - 3 lie?
<br />A. On X-Axis
<br />B. On Y-Axis
<br />C. In Quadrant I
<br />D. In Quadrant III
<br />E. In Quadrant IV
<br />Ans: E
<br />
<br />8.On a street, there are four houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with
<br />a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?
<br />A. 4
<br />B. 24
<br />C. 64
<br />D. 81
<br />E. 128
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />9. A B
<br />+ B A
<br />------------
<br />C B C
<br />------------
<br />Col A: B
<br />Col B: 2
<br />
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />10.There was a $25 discount on every purchase of $75 there was a 10% charge on shipping which was added before the discount
<br />and 20% sales tax after the discount was added. If john paid total $300, what was the original amount of purchase if no sales tax
<br />was added per $75
<br />Ans : 240.
<br />
<br />11. Consider circle with centre O. AB is a chord of the circle. AOB is a right triangle C is a point on the circumference of circle such
<br />that angle BOC = 60 degrees Compare.
<br />Col A : area of triangle AOB
<br />Col B : area of sector BOC.
<br />Ans : B
<br />
<br />12. A company sold a product for x dollars in 1990. The price of product would increase by 2.5% every year. Which of the following
<br />expressions could be used to calculate the price of the product in the year 2000?
<br />Ans : x*(1.025)^10
<br />
<br />13. Given ABCD is a square with perimeter k and M, N, O, P are the midpoints of the square. If with this midpoints another
<br />square MNOP is formed then
<br />Col A: perimeter of inner square is
<br />Col B: 1/2 k
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />14. If x is an integer and (x-5)/2 is an integer. Then which of the following is an integer?
<br />A. (x+2)^2/9
<br />B. (x+2)^2/4 .......
<br />
<br />Ans: A
<br />15. Col A: The number of real roots of 2x-3/7=0
<br />Col B: The number of real roots of x^2+3=0
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 21st)
<br />
<br />1. x-y =5 & xy != 0
<br />Col a: 1/x-1/y
<br />Col b: 5
<br />
<br />2. Given f(n+3)=f(n) and
<br />f(-1)=6
<br />f(0)= 5
<br />f(1) = 4
<br />then the value of f(8) is
<br />Ans: 6
<br />
<br />3. Given 0<1
<br />Col A: X^50+X^51+x^52
<br />ColB : 3(x^52)
<br />
<br />4. A circle is inscribed in a square of side 2m.
<br />ColA: area of circle
<br />ColB: pie
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />5. x^2+2x-8=0
<br />Col A:The sum of the roots
<br />Col B: -2
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />6. An regular pentagon and an equilateral triangle were given. The perimeter of pentagon is twice that of triangle.
<br />Col A: Side of pentagon
<br />Col B: Side of triangle
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />7. A telephone company has no.'s between 3000-3799. A Company called X uses the numbers from 3300-3499. Out of these
<br />managers of Division1 level use numbers ending with 0 or 1. What percent of the telephone company numbers are used by
<br />Managers of Division1 level of Comany X?
<br />Ans: 5%
<br />
<br />8. x^2=1/5(x^2+(8/x^2)) find the value of x?
<br />Col A: x
<br />Col B: 2
<br />
<br />9. A triangle ABC is given. A point D divides the side AB such that a trainge ADC is formed and AD/DB=1/3. If the area of the triangle ABC is r. Find the area of the triangle ADC in terms of r?
<br />Ans: r/4
<br />
<br />10. If x = -1 then (1/x)+(1/x^2)+(1/x^3)+(1/x^4)=?
<br />Ans: 0
<br />
<br />11. If x is a positive number which leaves a remainder 2 when divided by 8 and when divided by 5 it leaves a remainder 3. Find the least possible number?
<br />col A: x
<br />col B: 18
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />12. In a room there are more than 12 members which are divided into a 5 member group and a 8member group and a 12 member
<br />group. Find the least possible members in that room such that finally none were left?
<br />Col A the members in the room
<br />Col B: 120
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />13. |x-2|>4 then which of the following is true with the above realation
<br />A) -26
<br />B) -4<4
<br />C) -2<4
<br />D) -6<6
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />14. A rectangular aquarium base has dimensions 10*8 and height 10. Aquarium is filled upto the height of 6, a solid bar is immersed
<br />into it... there by increasing the water level to 7.
<br />Col a: the bar dimensions
<br />Col b: 100 cubics
<br />Ans:B
<br />
<br />15. Col A: 50 square + 51 Square + 52 square
<br />Col B: 3(square of 52)
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />16. Mode of certain list is given as 45
<br />Col A: find the mean
<br />Col B: 45
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 20th)
<br />
<br />1)Twice the sum of 3 integers x ,y and z when divided by 7 gives remainder 1
<br />what is the remainder when x+y+z is divided by 7?
<br />Ans: 4
<br />
<br />2) (1/2 + 1/3)+ (1/4 -1/3) + (1/2-1/4) = 1
<br />
<br />3) 4 points A,B,C,D on a straight line such that AD:AB = 9:1 and AD:AC = 4:1
<br />points A,B,C,D are:-
<br />A. -20, -8, -10, 16
<br />B. -20, -16, 11, 16
<br />C. -20, -16, -11, 16
<br />D. -20, -16, -11, 7
<br />E. -20, -10, -11, 7
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />4) If probability of event M occuring is <1/4
<br />Col a: prob of event M not occuring
<br />Col b: 3/4
<br />
<br />5) A semicircle was given with area 2pie find the perimeter of the semicircle
<br />Ans: 2pie+4
<br />
<br />6) x when divided by 7 leaves remainder 4.What is the remainder when 2x + 5 is divided by 7?
<br />Ans: 6
<br />
<br />7) The probability of raining tomorrow night is 0.46
<br />Col a Col b
<br />Probability of raining tomorrow night
<br />and at high heat temp of 85degress is 0.54
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />8) |x|<= 6, |y|<=4.
<br />Col a Col b
<br />The maximum value of |y/x| 1
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />9) The volume and height of a cylinder is given as 54pi and 6. Find the circumference of the base of cylinder?
<br />Ans: 6*pie
<br />
<br />10) Given circle is x^2 + y^2 = 49 points on circle are A(3,a) and B(0,b) and given 'a' is positive and 'b' is negative.
<br />Col A : length of segment AB
<br />Col B : 12
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />11) Given a figure of triangle with sides t, t, n. If the average of two angles of the triangle is 65 then what is the value of n?
<br />Ans: 80
<br />
<br />12) 0<1
<br />Col a Col b
<br />x y^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />13) xy+x(y+2) when divided by 2 leaves a remainder
<br />Cola Colb
<br />Remainder 0
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 19th)
<br />
<br />1. From the set of 6 letters A, B, C, D, E, F, there are 20 diff. 3-letters subsets that could be selected.
<br />Col A : The no. of 3-letter subsets that include the letter F.
<br />Col B : 10
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />2. John's salary for a particular month is given by the equation:1520 + 0.15x where x is the amount obtained from the sales made by
<br />John.In July 2000, John got $300 more than June 2000. By how much did John's sales increase in July 2000 as compared to June
<br />2000?
<br />Ans: $2000
<br />
<br />3. There were two right angled triangles abc(
<br />bc=ef and ab=2de
<br />Col a:ac
<br />Col b:2df
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />4. Twice the sum of two integers x and y , when divided by 7 gives remainder. What is the remainder when x+y is divided by 7?
<br />Ans: 4
<br />
<br />5. Given n and k are positive numbers.
<br />Col a: (3^n/ 5^k)^2
<br />Colb: (n/k)^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />6. A year has 365 days
<br />Col a: the mean no. of days
<br />Col b: the median no. of days
<br />
<br />7. A telephone call charges at the rate x for first 1 minute, and y for the remaining time of the call. If the total charge for the call was
<br />$2.49, what was the call duration in terms of x and y.
<br />Ans : ($2.49 – x)/y + 1
<br />
<br />8. 0<|x|, where x is a negative integer it was told to find out the negative no
<br />a. (x+y)^2
<br />b. (x-y)^2
<br />c. y^2-x^2
<br />d. x^2-y^2
<br />
<br />9. 0<|x|. where x is a negative integer. Find out the negative number?
<br />a. (x+y)^2
<br />b. (x-y)^2
<br />c. y^2-x^2
<br />d. x^2-y^2
<br />
<br />10. A Square is inscribed in a circle if the side of the square is s, wat is the area of the circle in terms of s?
<br />Ans: pi * s^2 /2
<br />
<br />11. Three quarts of a bleaching chemical, minmum, contains 5% hydrogen peroxide and water. A different type of bleaching
<br />chemical, maxim, which contains 20% hydrogen peroxide, will be mixed with the three quarts of minum. How much of type maxim
<br />should be added to the 3 quarts of minum so that the resulting mixture contains 15% hydrogen peroxide?
<br />A. 3 quarts
<br />B. 3.75 quarts
<br />C. 4.5 quarts
<br />D. 6 quarts
<br />E. 9 quarts
<br />
<br />12. Three solid cubes of lead, each with edges 10 centimeters long, are melted together in a level, rectangular-shaped pan. The base
<br />of the pan has inside dimensions of 20 centimeters by 30 centimeters, and the pan is 15 centimeters deep. If the volume of the
<br />solid lead is approximately the same as the volume of the molted lead, approximately how many centimeters deep is the melted
<br />lead in the pan?
<br />(A) 2.5
<br />(B) 3
<br />(C) 5
<br />(D) 7.5
<br />(E) 9
<br />Ans: C
<br />13. One integer will be randomly selected from the integers 11 to 60, inclusive. What is the probability that the selected integer will
<br />be a perfect square or a perfect cube?
<br />(A) 0.1
<br />(B) 0.125
<br />(C) 0.16
<br />(D) 0.5
<br />(E) 0.9
<br />Ans: A
<br />14. Number of positive integer whose square is between 100 and 201…?
<br />a) 1
<br />b) 2
<br />c) 3
<br />d) 4
<br />e) 5
<br />Ans : D
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 16th)
<br />
<br />1. Col A : Least +ve integer with 3 different prime factors, each greater than 6
<br />Col B : 1001
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />2. Twice the sum of 3 integers x ,y and z when divided by 7 gives remainder =1
<br />wt is the remainder when x+y+z is divided by 7.?
<br />A. 0
<br />B. 1
<br />C. 2
<br />D. 3
<br />E. 4
<br />Ans : E
<br />
<br />3.The area of rectangular region R is equal to the area of rectangular region T.
<br />The Ratio of the length to the width of R is 3 to 1.
<br />the length & width of T are 12 & W, respectively.
<br />Col A : w
<br />Col B : 4
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />4. Area of a square is 9 and that of a rectangle is 8.
<br />ColA ColB
<br />perimeter of square perimeter of rectangle
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />5. Where will the point of intersection of the lines 3x - 5y = 7 and 2x + 10y = - 3 lie?
<br />A. On X-Axis
<br />B. On Y-Axis
<br />C. In Quadrant I
<br />D. In Quadrant III
<br />E. In Quadrant IV
<br />Ans : E
<br />
<br />6. There are 37 employees in a company X. The month of july has more number of birthdays (of employees) than any other month
<br />in the year.
<br />Col A: Number of Birthdays in July
<br />Col B: 3
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />7. (1/2 + 1/3)+ (1/4 -1/3) + (1/2-1/4)
<br />Ans : 1
<br />
<br />8. X^2-x-2 = 0. Number of possible value of X..?
<br />Ans: 2
<br />
<br />9. F(x) = x^2 + x
<br />Col A : F(x+1)
<br />Col B : F(x) + F(1)
<br />Ans : D
<br />
<br />10. Two Isosceles triangle was drawn, equal sides are 1, 1 in both triangle. Angle between equal side in one triangle is X, and in
<br />second is Y. and given X > Y.
<br />Col A: area of triangle with angle X
<br />Col B: area of triangle with angle Y
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />11. Consider circle with centre O. AB is a chord of the circle. AOB is a right angle. C is a point on the circumference of the circle
<br />such that angle BOC = 60 degrees. Compare:
<br />Col A: Area of Triangle AOB
<br />Col B: Area of sector BOC
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 15th)
<br />
<br />1.The question is
<br />A B
<br />+ B A
<br />------------
<br />C B C
<br />------------
<br />Col A: B
<br />Col B: 2
<br />Ans: C
<br />
<br />2. A square was given and another square was formed by joining mid points of the square. Perimeter of larger square was given k.
<br />Col a: perimeter of smaller square
<br />Col b: k/2
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />3. A line was given in a diagram intersecting y axis at (0,u) and x axis at (3u,0)
<br />Col a: u value
<br />Col b: slope of line
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />4. 2x, 2x+3, 10-x were three numbers, their mean was 8 and we have to find the median?
<br />Ans: 2x... i.e 7.3
<br />
<br />5. A right angled triangle was given side opposite to 90 deg was x+6 and side opposite to 30 deg was 2x-3, find the value of x?
<br />Ans: 4
<br />
<br />6. Given 0<1
<br />Col a: x50 + x51 +x52
<br />Col b: 3(x)52
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />7.Given -2<-1
<br />Col a: x-3
<br />Col b: x-2
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />8. An regular pentagon and an equilateral triangle were given. The perimeter of pentagon is twice that of triangle.
<br />Col A: Side of pentagon
<br />Col B: Side of triangle
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />9. Machine A can produce a doll in 1+2/3 mins. Machine B can produce 3 dolls in 15 mins Whats time required to produce 30 dolls if
<br />the two work together
<br />Ans: 37.5mins
<br />
<br />10. On a street, there are four houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with
<br />a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?
<br />A. 4
<br />B. 24
<br />C. 64
<br />D. 81
<br />E. 128
<br />Ans:D
<br />
<br />11. A circle was given with radius 6,it contained a shaded area. The degree measure of the unshaded area was 260. Find the area of
<br />shaded region.
<br />Ans:10pie
<br />
<br />12. Cost of telephone call for first minute is x cents and for additional time is y cents. If total bill was 493 cents, What is the time of
<br />call?
<br />Ans: (493 - x / y ) + 1
<br />
<br />13. How many three digit numbers are there such that the 100's digit is twice 10's digit and 10's digit is twice units digit.
<br />Ans:2
<br />
<br />14. A Line P passes through point 3 on y axis and 5 on X axis
<br />Col A = slope
<br />Col B = 3/5
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />15. In a box the ratio of red: blue balls =1:2, green :red balls =7:3. What is the fraction of blue balls in the box.
<br />Ans: 6/16
<br />
<br />16. A circle has two tangets at points A and B. They meet at point C outside circle...angle ACB is 50
<br />col A : angle AOB
<br />col B : 110
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />17. Each number after 1st is 6 less than previous no. 7th no is 42. 3rd no?
<br />Ans: 18
<br />
<br />18. Col A: Mean of no. of days in each month in 1971
<br />Col B: Median of no. of days in each month in 1971
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />19. f(x)= 2x+5, the y intercept of the line having equation y=f(x+3)
<br />Ans: 11
<br />
<br />20. f(n+3)=f(n)
<br />f(-1)=6
<br />f(0)= 5
<br />f(1) = 4
<br />then the value of f(8)
<br />Ans: 6
<br />
<br />
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 14th)
<br />
<br />1. A price of product x is increased by p% to give new price y and then price of y is reduced by r% to give original price.
<br />Col A: p
<br />Col B: r
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />2. For a set of 5 integers. Median=32, two numbers are 35. Rest numbers are distinct. If their mean is 30, find the least possible value
<br />of other unknown integers.
<br />Ans: 16
<br />
<br />3. A rectangular cuboid 12*6*4 cm is available. Such cuboids are used to costruct cubes by stacking. What is the volume of the
<br />smallest cube that can be made.
<br />
<br />4. m was a multiple of some numbers....
<br />Col A : number of positive integers that are factors of (m/21)
<br />Col B : number of positive integers that are factors of (m/15)
<br />
<br />5.Col A: Mean of no of days in each month in 1971
<br />Col B: Median of no of days in each month in 1971
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />6.Cost of trip is x dollars.All participants give c dollars. Now no. of participants fall by 20% but total cost of trip remains x dollars. So
<br />how much will each have to pay in terms of c.
<br />Ans: 1.25c
<br />
<br />7. The number of even multiples of 7 from 1 to 100
<br />Ans: 7
<br />
<br />8. Given circle is x^2 + y^2 = 49 points on circle are A(3,a) and B(0,b) and
<br />given 'a' is positive and 'b' is negative
<br />Col A : length of segment AB
<br />Col B : 12
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />9. Least value of f(x)=4x^2 +20x+25.
<br />Ans = -2.5
<br />
<br />10. In a right angled triangle,perpendicual and hypotenuse were given as 2x-3 & x+6
<br />base angle was given 30 , find x…?
<br />Ans : 4
<br />
<br />11. 2< r < 6 ; 3< t < 8
<br />col A : r/t
<br />col B : 3/4
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />12. N divided by 7, leaves remainder of 4. N^2 +5 divided by 7, remainder is?
<br />Ans=0
<br />
<br />13. Given f(x) = 5*x – 6. Find y-intercept of f(x+2).
<br />Ans : 4
<br />
<br />14. If x is from 1 to 100, for which function y is the standard deviation maximum
<br />a. y = x/2
<br />b. y = x- 10
<br />c. y = x
<br />d. y = x+10
<br />e. y = 2*x + 5
<br />
<br />15. Col A : no.of seconds in 2 weeks
<br />Col B : no of mins in 90 weeks
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />16. Given a cylinder having volume V. There is one more cylinder that had radius and height both twice of that of the given cylinder,
<br />so what is the volume of 2nd cylinder in terms of V?
<br />Ans : 8V
<br />
<br />17. x is an integer such that x>3
<br />Col A: number of even factors of 2x
<br />Col B: number of odd fctors of 3x
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />18. There is a circular water fountain of Diameter 12m. The wall of the tank has a width of 2m. If the thickness of the fountain is
<br />0.06m, what is the volume of the concrete used in constructing the tank?
<br />Ans: 1.68pi cu.m
<br />
<br />19. 4 points A,B,C,D on a straight line such that AD:AB = 9:1 and AD:AC = 4:1
<br />points A,B,C,D are:-
<br />A. -20 -8 -10 16
<br />B. -20 -16 -11 16
<br />C. -20 -16 -11 16
<br />D. -20 -16 -11 7
<br />E. -20 -10 -11 7
<br />Ans: B
<br />
<br />20. A square was inscribed inside a circle. If side of square is S, whats the area of Circle in terms of S
<br />Ans: pi * s^2/2
<br />
<br />21. x1, x2, x3, x4 & x5 are the events Rate of occurance of them are r1, r2, r3, r4 & r5
<br />E = x1r1+x2r2+x3r3+x4r4+x5r5/(x1+x2+x3+x4+x5)
<br />x1=r1=1
<br />x2=r2=2
<br />x3=r3=3
<br />x4=r4=4
<br />x5=r5=5. Find E?
<br />Ans: 11/3
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 13th)
<br />
<br />1. 2^(2222). What is the units digit?
<br />Ans: 4
<br />
<br />2. A group can charter a particular aircraft at a fixed total cost. If 36 people charter the aircraft rather than 40 people, then the cost
<br />per person is greater by $12. What is the cost per person if 40 people charter the aircraft?
<br />Ans:108
<br />
<br />3. Sum of 4 consecutive integers is 342. Then the sum of two larger integer.(similar question)
<br />Sol: 173
<br />
<br />4.The toll for certain bridge is $0.15 or 1 token. The tokens are sold in pack of 40 for $4.00 Then what percent saved on the 40 trips if
<br />the token is used instead of $0.15.
<br />Ans:33.33%
<br />
<br />5. Col A: Least +ve integer with four different prime factors, each greater than 2
<br />col B: 1155 Ans:
<br />
<br />6. Which CANNOT be the factor of (2^n)*(3^k), n and k are both +ve??
<br />a)6
<br />b)8
<br />c)24
<br />d)42
<br />e)54
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />7.There is a circular water fountain of Diameter 12m. The wall of the tank has a width of 2m. If the thickness of the fountain is 0.06m,
<br />what is the volume of the concrete used in constructing the tank?
<br />Ans: 1.68pi cu.m.
<br />
<br />8. John's salary for a particular month is given by the equation: 1520 + 0.15x where x is the amount obtained from the sales made
<br />by John. In July 2000, John got $300 more than June 2000. By how much did John's sales increase in July 2000 as compared to
<br />June 2000?
<br />Ans : $2000
<br />
<br />9. Probablity that a number is non prime out of 1 to 15?
<br />Ans: 3/5
<br />
<br />10. Which is greater?
<br />Col A Col B
<br />100210*90021 100021*90210
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 12th)
<br />
<br />1. A circle with center O has two tangents at points B and C which intersect each other at point A. Angle BAC is given as 55 degrees
<br />Find the value of angle BOC.
<br />Col A Col B
<br />BOC 110 degrees
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />
<br />2.A maths teacher took two tests in her class. 25% of class passed both exams, 42% passed second. What is probability that
<br />students who passed 1st exam also passed 2nd exam?
<br />Ans: 1/4
<br />
<br />
<br />3. In 1966 the operative mortality rate at certain hospital was 8.1 per 100 cases.By 1974 the operative mortality rate has declined to
<br />4.8 per 100 cases. If the rate decline by 20% from 1973 to 1974 then what is percentage in decline from 1966 to 1973?
<br />
<br />
<br />4. 400 students took certain examination. 60% of boys & 80% of girls had cleared the cut off in the examination. If total percentage
<br />of the student qualifying is 65%,how many girls appeared in the exam?
<br />Ans: 100
<br />
<br />
<br />5. A set contains following no.'s a1,a2,a3.........a100
<br />An= ((n+1)/n)+1) for n odd integer
<br />An= -An-1 for n even integer
<br />Find it's range...
<br />
<br />
<br />6. A group can charter a particular aircraft at a fixed total cost. If 36 people charter the aircraft rather than 40 people, then the
<br />cost per person is greater by $12. What is the cost per person if 40 people charter the aircraft?
<br />
<br />
<br />7.There was a $25 discount on every purchase of $75 there was a 10% charge on shipping which was added before the discount
<br />and 20% sales tax after the discount was added. If john paid total $300 what was the original amount of purchase if no sales tax
<br />was added per $75.( This might be an comparision question....)
<br />
<br />
<br />8. Given Principal amount P,rate of interest was r ,and the amount increase from 1990 to 1995 and 1995 to 2000 each time by r%. so
<br />the total amount was (7/5)p at the end of 2 yrs .
<br />Col A : r
<br />Cola B: 20
<br />
<br />
<br />9. x-y =5, xy!=0
<br />col A : 1/x-1/y
<br />Col B : 1/5
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />
<br />10. If one number is chosen at random from the first 1000 positive integers, what is the probability that the number chosen is a
<br />multiple of both 2 and 8?
<br />
<br />11. The number of numbers that can be formed by the digits 1,2,3,4,3,2,1. the odd digits are at odd places is given by
<br />A) 430
<br />B) 215
<br />C) 93
<br />D) 36
<br />E) 18
<br />Ans: E
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 8th)
<br />
<br />PS: If you find any mistakes please report here.
<br />
<br />1. 2^(2n+1)- 2^2n = 2^1000 find n
<br />A)500
<br />B)1000
<br />C)2000
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />2. -2<-1
<br />Col a: 1/x3
<br />Col b: 1/x
<br />Ans:A
<br />
<br />3. A+B=1 and M+T=2
<br />A and M are positive and B and T are negative
<br />Cola :A^2 + B^2
<br />Col b: M^2 +N^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />4. n and k are positive no.'s
<br />col a: (3^n/ 5^k)^2
<br />colb: (n/k)^2
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />5. Twice the sum of two integers x and y , when divided by 7 gives remainder =1. What is the remainder when x+y is divided by 7.
<br />Ans: 4
<br />
<br />6. A telephone company has no.'s between 3000-3799. A Company called X uses the numbers from 3300-3499. Out of these
<br />managers of Division1 level use numbers ending with 0 or 1. What percent of the telephone company numbers are used by
<br />Managers of Division1 level of Comany X?
<br />Ans: 5%
<br />
<br />7. There was a $25 discount on every purchase of $75 there was a 10% charge on shipping which was added before the discount
<br />and 20% sales tax after the discount was added. If john paid total $300 what was the original amount of purchase if no sales tax
<br />was added.
<br />
<br />8. x^2 +2x -8=0
<br />sum of 2 roots is n.
<br />Col a: n
<br />Col b:-2
<br />Ans:C
<br />
<br />
<br />9. How many three digit numbers are there such that the 100's digit is twice 10's digit and 10's digit is twice units digit.
<br />Ans:2
<br />
<br />10. A line 'l' passes through (3,-2) and cuts the coordinate axis.
<br />Column A : x intercept of line l
<br />Column B : y intercept of line l
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />11. F(x)=x^2+1
<br />Cola: f(x+1)
<br />Colb: f(x) +f(1)
<br />Ans:D
<br />
<br />
<br />12. A semicircle was given with area =2pie
<br />find the perimeter of the semicircle
<br />Ans: 2pie+4
<br />
<br />13. A company sold a product for x dollars in 1990. The price of the product would increase by 2.5% every year. Which of the
<br />following expressions could be used to calculate the price of the product in the year 2000?
<br />A. x * (25)^10
<br />B. x * (0.25)^10
<br />C. x * (1.25) ^ 10
<br />D. x * (1.025)^10
<br />E. x * (0.125) ^ 10
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />
<br />14.Compare:
<br />Col A: {[Sqrt(6) + Sqrt(7)] [Sqrt(6) - Sqrt(7)]} / Sqrt(6)
<br />Col B: {[Sqrt(7) + Sqrt(6)] [Sqrt(7) - Sqrt(6)]} / Sqrt(7)
<br />Ans:B
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<br />15.(1/2 - 1/3) + (1/3 - 1/4) + (1/4 + 1/2) = ?
<br />Ans: 1
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<br />16. A line intersects the Y-axis at (0,a) and X-axis at (a,0). If the line passes through the point (-3,-3), find the value of a.
<br />Ans: -6
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<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 7th)
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<br />1. Biologists working to estimate the population of foxes in small town captured and tagged 30 foxes on one night. The foxes were then released. The next night they captured 30 foxes and found that 6 of them had already been tagged. The best estimate for the fox population of the town would be
<br />A. 30
<br />B. 36
<br />C. 60
<br />D. 150
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<br />2. In a group of people solicited by charity 25% contribute $20, 45% contributed $10 and the rest contributed $5. If the charity received a total of $750 from those who contributed $5, how much did they receive in total from those solicited?
<br />A. $5,500
<br />B. $5,250
<br />C. $4,750
<br />D. $2,500
<br />E. $1,700
<br />Ans: A
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<br />3. What is the value of x, if 2^(2x + 1) = 8^(x - 3)
<br />A. -4
<br />B. -1
<br />C. 4
<br />D. 8
<br />E. 10
<br />Ans: E
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<br />4. The point of intersection of lines 3x-5y=7 and 2x+10y=-3, lies in
<br />A. On X-Axis
<br />B. On Y-Axis
<br />C. In Quadrant I
<br />D. In Quadrant III
<br />E. In Quadrant IV
<br />Ans:E
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<br />5. A ranch has horses and ponies. Five-sixths of the ponies have horseshoes. Half of the ponies with horseshoes are Icelandic. If there are three more horses than ponies, what is the minimum number of horses and ponies on the ranch?
<br />A. 12
<br />B. 15
<br />C. 27
<br />D. 48
<br />E. 54
<br />Ans: C
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<br />6. x is an integer such that x > 3
<br />Cola: number of even factors of 2x
<br />Colb: number of odd factors of 3x
<br />Ans: D
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<br />7. Twice sum of integers when divided by 11 leaves remainder 4
<br />what is the remainder when sum of numbers is divided by 11
<br />Ans: 2
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<br />8. x when divided by 7 leaves remainder 4.What is the remainder when 2x + 5 is divided by 7.
<br />A. 2
<br />B. 3
<br />C. 4
<br />D. 5
<br />E. 6
<br />Ans: E
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<br />9. 4 points A,B,C,D on a straight line such that AD:AB = 9:1 and AD:AC = 4:1
<br />points A,B,C,D are:-
<br />A. -20 -8 -10 16
<br />B. -20 -16 -11 16
<br />C. -20 -16 -11 16
<br />D. -20 -16 -11 7
<br />E. -20 -10 -11 7
<br />Ans: B
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<br />10. A label of vertical width w is stick on a cylinderical vessel with area A(some number) and height 10 cm.
<br />Cola: w
<br />Colb: 4.5
<br />Ans: D
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<br />11. A telephone call charges at the rate x for first 1 minute, and y for the remaing time of the call. If the total charge for the call was $2.49, what was the call duration in terms of x and y.
<br />Ans: ($2.49 - x)/y + 1
<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 6th)
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<br />1. What is the least possible product of 4 different integers, each of which has a value between –5 and 10, inclusive?
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<br />(A) - 5040
<br />(B) - 3600
<br />(C) - 720
<br />(D) - 600
<br />(E) - 120
<br />Ans : B
<br />2. The reflection of a positive interger is obtained by reversing the digits. For example, 321 is the reflection of 123. The difference between a five-digit interger and its reflection must be divisible by which of the following?
<br />
<br />(A) 2
<br />(B) 4
<br />(C) 5
<br />(D) 6
<br />(E) 9
<br />Ans: E
<br />3. Probability of an event M, P(M) < 0.25
<br />col A : Probability of M not occurring.
<br />col B : 3/4
<br />Ans: A
<br />4.The polygon has 27 diagonals. The no. of sides of the polygon is
<br />Ans: 9
<br />5. Prodct of 10 integers is odd -ve integer.
<br />Col a: number of odd integers in product.
<br />Col b: no of -ve integers.
<br />Ans: D
<br />6.Given d is distance of a stone thrown from a building d=16t^2 , d was given as 200. What is the range of t?
<br />A) 1 to 2
<br />B) 2 to 3
<br />C) 3 to 4
<br />D) 4 to 5
<br />E) 5 to 6
<br />Ans: C
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<br />7. 3,1,4,2,3,1,4,2......... is a series in which 3,1,4,2 are repeated for every 4 terms then wht is the product of the 67th,68th term?
<br />A. 2
<br />B. 4
<br />C. 6
<br />D. 8
<br />E. 3
<br />Ans: D
<br />8. in a triangle the three angles are given as X,X,Y. and the avg of two angles is 65, then wht is the possible value of Y in the below options?
<br />A. 60
<br />B. 65
<br />C. 70
<br />D. 75
<br />E. 80
<br />Ans: E
<br />9. Vertically Opposite angles. One was 75 and other was 2x+1 what's x ?
<br />Ans: 52
<br />10. Machine A can produce a doll in 1+2/3 mins. Machine B can produce 3 dolls in 15 mins Whats time required to produce 30 dolls if the two work together
<br />Ans: 37.5mins
<br />11.Bryan and Kathleen live 150 miles apart. They each drive toward the other's house along a straight road connecting the two,Bryan at a constant rate of 30 miles per hour and Kathleen at a constant rate of 50 miles per hour. If Bryan and Kathleen leave their houses at the same time, how many miles are they from Bryan's house when they meet?
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<br />A) 40
<br />B) 51.5
<br />C) 56.25
<br />D) 75
<br />E) 93.75
<br />Ans: C
<br />12.Given a square A of unknown sides, joining the midpoints , there is another square formed inside in it. The area of this inner square is....
<br />Ans: 1/2 of area of square A
<br />13. x^2+2x-8=0
<br />Col A:The sum of the roots
<br />Col B:-2
<br />Ans: C
<br />14. Points were given in the diagram as (0,u) and ( 3u,0)
<br />Col A:Slope
<br />Col B:-1/4
<br />Ans:B
<br />15. |x-2|>4 then which of the following is true with the above realation
<br />A) -2<x>6
<br />B) -4<x>4
<br />C) -2<x>4
<br />D) -6<x>6
<br />Ans: A
<br />16. Given numbers...(0.5)^-2 , (0.5)^-1 , (0.5)^0 , (0.5)^1 , (0.5)^2. Find the range of the above numbers.
<br />Ans: 3.75
<br />17. An equilateral pentagon and an equilateral triangle were given. The perimeter of pentagon is twice that of triangle.
<br />Col A: Side of pentagon
<br />Col B: Side of triangle
<br />Ans: A
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<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 5th)
<br />
<br />1. On a street, there are four houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?
<br />
<br />A. 4
<br />B. 24
<br />C. 64
<br />D. 81
<br />E. 128
<br />Ans:D
<br />2. ABCD is a rectangle with AC and BD being its diagonals. Point D lies on the circumference of a circle having radius 7 and centre at B.
<br />Col A: Length of diagonal AC
<br />Col B: Radius of circle
<br />Ans. C
<br />3.There is a circular water fountain of Diameter 12m. The wall of the tank has a width of 2m. If the thickness of the fountain is 0.06m, what is the volume of the concrete used in constructing the tank?
<br />
<br />Ans: 1.68pi cu.m.
<br />4. Given a square A of unknown sides, joining the midpoints , there is another square inside in it.
<br />Col a: area of inner square
<br />Col b: 1/3 of area of A
<br />Ans:A
<br />
<br />
<br />5.Col a: 0, 5, 10, 25, 30.
<br />Col b: 5, 10, 25, 30.
<br />Which set's mean is greater?
<br />Ans: B
<br />6. Probability that a number is a non prime out of 1 to 15 numbers?
<br />Ans: 3/5
<br />7. f(x)=(2x-3)( 2x+3)=ax^ 2+bx+c
<br />Col a: a+b+c
<br />Col b: -5
<br />Ans: C
<br />8. John's salary for a particular month is given by the equation: 1520 + 0.15x where x is the amount obtained from the sales made by John. In July 2000, John got $300 more than June 2000. By how much did John's sales increase in July 2000 as compared to June 2000?
<br />Ans : $2000
<br />
<br />
<br />9. Col A: (0.9/1.1) 2 +(1.1 /0.9)2
<br />Col B: 2
<br />Ans: A
<br />10. (x(x+5)+x(x-5)) / ((x+2)+(x-2))
<br />Ans: x
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<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 2nd)
<br />
<br />1.A company sold a product for x dollars in 1990. The price of the product would increase by 2.5% every year. Which of the following expressions could be used to calculate the price of the product in the year 2000?
<br />A. x * (25)^10
<br />B. x * (0.25)^10
<br />C. x * (1.25) ^ 10
<br />D. x * (1.025)^10
<br />E. x * (0.125) ^ 10
<br />Ans: D
<br />2.Consider circle with centre O. AB is a chord of the circle. AOB is a right angle. C is a point on the circumference of the circle such that angle BOC = 60 degrees. Compare:
<br />Col A: Area of Triangle AOB
<br />Col B: Area of sector BOC
<br />3.x^2 + y^2 =7
<br />Col a:x+y
<br />Col b:x-y
<br />Ans: D
<br />
<br />4. x^2 +2x -8=0
<br />product of 2 roots is n.
<br />Col a: n
<br />Col b:-2
<br />5. A rectangular aquarium base has dimensions 10*8 and height 10. Aquarium is filled upto the height of 6, a solid bar is immersed into it... there by increasing the water level to 7.
<br />Col a:the bar dimensions
<br />Col b:100 cubics
<br />Ans:B
<br />6. There are 5 black marbels and 3 red marbles, probability of getting exactly 1 black marble and 1 red marble
<br />a)5/56
<br />b)5/64
<br />c)15/64
<br />d)15/56
<br />e)0.5
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<br />7. Where will the point of intersection of the lines 3x + 5y = 7 and 2x - 10y = - 3 lie?
<br />A. On X-Axis
<br />B. On Y-Axis
<br />C. In Quadrant I
<br />D. In Quadrant III
<br />E. In Quadrant IV
<br />Ans:C
<br />8. Compare:
<br />Col A: {[Sqrt(6) + Sqrt(7)] [Sqrt(6) - Sqrt(7)]} / Sqrt(6)
<br />Col B: {[Sqrt(7) + Sqrt(6)] [Sqrt(7) - Sqrt(6)]} / Sqrt(7)
<br />Ans:B
<br />9. On the number line, the co-ordinate of point P is -5 and the co-ordinate of point R is 10. The point Q is situated in between P and R such that the ratio of distance between P and Q to the distance between R and Q is 2 is to 3. What is the co-ordinate of point Q?
<br />Col A: co-ordinate of point Q
<br />Col B: 0
<br />Ans: A
<br />10. There are 37 employees in a company X. The month of july has more number of birthdays (of employees) than any other month in the year.
<br />Col A: Number of Birthdays in July
<br />Col B: 3
<br />11. (1/2 - 1/3) + (1/3 - 1/4) + (1/4 + 1/2) = ?
<br />Ans:1
<br />12. A line 'l' passes through (3,-2) and cuts the coordinate axis. line 'm ' is perpendicular to line 'l' .
<br />Column A : Slope of line m
<br />Column B : 3/2
<br />Ans:C
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<br />13.A certain recipe makes enough batter for exactly 8 circular pancakes that are each 10 inches in diameter. How many circular pancakes, each 5 inches in diameter and of the same thickness as the 10-inch pancakes, should the recipe
<br />make?
<br />A) 4
<br />B) 16
<br />C) 24
<br />D) 32
<br />E) 40
<br />14. n is a +ve no... which of the following is an integer
<br />a)((n+1)/2)^3x+2
<br />b)((n-2)/2)^3x+2
<br />c)(n+1/2)^3x+2
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<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Nov 1st)
<br />
<br />
<br />1.There are five persons A,B,C,D,E. What are the possible combinations they are seated provided C and D always sit nearby?
<br />Ans : 48
<br />
<br />2.Col A : (1/9 + 1/10 + 1/11 + 1/12 + 1/13 + 1/14 + 1/15)
<br />Col B : 7/12
<br />Ans : Col A
<br />3.A right angled triangle was given which was not to scale....hypotenuse 10...and the other two sides were 6.1 and 8.1 the angle between 6.1 and 8.1 is X degrees.
<br />Col A: X degrees
<br />Col B: 90
<br />Ans: C
<br />4.Two semicircles with thier diameters coincident...outer semicircle has diameter 12 feet and inner semicircle has diameter 8 feet.The outer minus inner was painted with green paint at some cost per sq feet and the inner was
<br />painted with red at the same cost per sq feet.
<br />Col A: cost of green paint
<br />Col B: cost of red paint
<br />Ans: A
<br />
<br />5. -2<x<-1
<br />Col a: 1/x3
<br />Col b: 1/x
<br />Ans:A
<br />6. Given numbers...(0.5)^-2 , (0.5)^-1 , (0.5)^0 , (0.5)^1 , (0.5)^2. Find the range of the above numbers.
<br />Ans: 3.75
<br />7. An equilateral pentagon and an equilateral triangle were given. The perimeter of pentagon is twice that of triangle.
<br />Col A: Side of pentagon
<br />Col B: side of triangle
<br />Ans: A
<br />8. Col A: 50 square + 51 Square + 52 square
<br />Col B: 3(square of 52)
<br />Ans: B
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<br />
<br />9. 3^-1(5^-1+10^-1)=
<br />Ans:10^-1
<br />10.There is a number 90n; What is the least value of n so that the number is a perfect cube?
<br />A) 120
<br />B) 180
<br />C) 240
<br />D) 280
<br />E) 300
<br />Ans : E
<br />11. a<0<b<c
<br />Col a : (ac)/b
<br />Colb : ac
<br />12. w>0 , z>0
<br />Col a: w^4 + z^3
<br />Col b: w^2 + z
<br />Ans: D
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<br /> circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-41674172965821593072008-10-15T09:50:00.000-07:002008-10-15T21:51:03.958-07:00OCTOBER VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 15th)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Peripheral<br /><br />2. Integral<br /><br />3. Novelty<br /><br />4. Gadfly<br /><br />5. Periphery<br /><br />6. Fetter<br /><br />7. Extol<br /><br />8. Glee<br /><br />9. Succinct<br /><br />10. Iconoclast<br /><br />11. Garrulous <br /><br />12. Cryptic<br /><br />13. Redolent<br /><br />14. Slothful<br /><br />15. Zephyr<br /><br />16. Seasoned<br /><br />17. Digression<br /><br />18. Taciturn<br /><br />19. Embezzlement<br /><br />20. Exotic<br /><br />21. Malicious<br /><br />22. Delay<br /><br />23. Beleaguered<br /><br />24. Assertive<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Accidental: Incidental<br /><br />2. Beleaguered: Assertive<br /><br />3. School: Education<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were mad; possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in an editorial in the Mason City newspaper.<br />"At present, Mason City residents seldom use the nearby Mason River for any kind of recreational activity, even though surveys of the region's residents consistently rank water sports (swimming, fishing, and boating) as a favorite form of recreation. Since there have been complaints about the quality of the water in the river, residents must be avoiding the river because they think that it is not clean enough. But that situation is about to change: the agency responsible for rivers in our region has announced plans to clean up Mason River. Therefore, recreational use of the river is likely to increase, so the Mason City council will need to increase its budget for improvements to the publicly owned lands along the Mason River."<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. Diaphanous<br /><br />2. Encomium<br /><br />3. Periphery<br /><br />4. Sojourn<br /><br />5. Deplore<br /><br />6. Wallow<br /><br />7. Defame<br /><br />8. Lugubrious<br /><br />9. Mellifluous<br /><br />10. Exude<br /><br />11. Banal<br /><br />12. Ludicrous<br /><br />13. Restive <br /><br />14. Signal<br /><br />15. Compendium<br /><br />16. Rivalry<br /><br />17. Skirt<br /><br />18. Reliquary<br /><br />19. Slant <br /><br />20. Fleeting<br /><br />21. Guffaw<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Fleeting: Pass <br /><br />2. Guffaw: Amusement<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Scholars should not worry about contribution to society and rather should concentrate on pursuing their individual goals.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. Convoke(v): to call together; summon to meet or assemble; to cause to assemble in a meeting.<br />Synonyms: to summon; assemble; convene; cite, gather, meet, muster, request.<br /><br />2. Hasten(v): to move or act with haste; proceed with haste; hurry; accelerate; to speed up; act or move at high speed; cause to occur rapidly.<br />Synonyms: accelerate, advance, barrel, bolt, dart, drive, expedite, fleet, gallop, hie, hurry, precipitate, precipitate press, press, push, quicken, race, run, rush, scamper, scurry, speed, trot, urge, whisk. <br /><br />3. Limpid(adj): clear, transparent; completely calm; without distress or worry; Characterized by transparent clearness; easily intelligible; clear; Calm and untroubled; clear and bright; easily understandable.<br />Synonyms: Clear; transparent; pellucid; lucid; pure; crystal; translucent; bright; comprehensible, crystalline, distinct, lucid, pellucid, pure, serene, translucent, transparent, untroubled.<br /><br />4. Sapient(adj): having or showing great wisdom or sound judgment; acutely insightful and wise; sage; discerning; often in irony or contempt.<br />Synonyms: discerning, intelligent, knowing, knowledgeable, learned, sagacious, sage, wise.<br /><br />5. Teddy(n): plaything consisting of a child's toy bear (usually plush and stuffed with soft materials); a male given name; a female given name; a teddy bear.<br /><br />6. Dale(n): a valley, esp. a broad valley; a male or female given name; an open river valley (in a hilly area); a low place between hills; a vale or valley; a trough or spout to carry off water, as from a pump.<br />Synonyms: dell, dene, dingle, glen, ravine, spout, trough, vale, valley.<br /><br />7. Jejune(adj): without interest or significance; dull; insipid; immature; childish; lacking knowledge or experience; uninformed;deficient or lacking in nutritive value; not interesting; dull.<br />Synonyms: arid, banal, barren, bland, childish, dull, empty, flat, immature, inane, innocuous, insipid, juvenile, meager, sterile, trite, unexciting, vapid.<br /><br />8. Plangent(adj): resounding loudly, esp. with a plaintive sound, as a bell; Loud and resounding; Expressing or suggesting sadness; plaintive.<br />Synonyms: mellow, orotund, resounding, ringing, rotund, round, sonorous, vibrant. <br /><br />9. Stand(v): (of a person) to be in an upright position on the feet; to rise to one's feet ; to stop or remain motionless or steady on the feet; to remain firm or steadfast; to continue in force or remain valid; to remain still, stationary, or unused; to face or encounter; Synonyms: abide, stomach, bear up, endure, hold up. <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. We are not teaching students how to contribute in society<br />(It is something like that)<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a newspaper feature story. <br />"At the small, non-profit hospital in the town of Saluda, the average length of a patient's stay is two days; at the large, for-profit hospital in the near by city of Megaville, the average patient's stay is six days.Also, the cure rate among patients in the Saluda hospital is about twice that of the Megaville hospital. The Saluda hospital has more employees per patient than the hospital in Megaville and there are few complaints about service at the local hospital.Such data indicate that treatment in smaller, non-profit hospitals is more economical and of better quality than treatment in larger, for profit hospitals".<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 10th)<br /><br /><br />1. Friated<br /><br />2. Mind<br /><br />3. Vicissitude<br /><br />4. Prosaic<br /><br />5. Tessellated<br /><br />6. Reel<br /><br />7. Perspicacious<br /><br />8. Timorous <br /><br />9. Flagging<br /><br />10. Ambrosia<br /><br />11. Burnish<br /><br />12. Lackluster<br /><br />13. Contentious<br /><br />14. Querrulous <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Wood: Carpenter<br /><br />2. Burnish: Lackluster<br /><br />3. Contentious: Querrulous<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. A Work of art like song, literature, sculpture or movie is given merit only if it is understandable to the people.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. Cement<br /><br />2. Zealous<br /><br />3. Desecrat<br /><br />4. Vacillatory <br /><br />5. Diaphanous<br /><br />6. Estimable <br /><br />7. Shoveled<br /><br />8. Signal<br /><br />9. Gossamer<br /><br />10. Firial <br /><br />11. Deprecation<br /><br />12. Prosaic<br /><br />13. Trecharant <br /><br />14. Hasten<br /><br />15. Dogged <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Vicissitude(n): a change or variation occurring in the course of something; regular change or succession of one state or thing to another; the quality of being changeable; One of the sudden or unexpected changes or shifts often encountered in one's life, activities, or surroundings.<br />Synonyms: alteration, change, difficulty, diversity, mutability, mutation, reversal, shift, switch, variation, variety.<br /><br />2. Propitious(adj): presenting favorable conditions; indicative of favor; auspicious; favorably inclined; Kindly; gracious; likely to result in or show signs of success.<br />Synonyms: advantageous, auspicious, beneficial, benign, encouraging, favorable, friendly, gracious, helpful, opportune, promising, prosperous, rosy, timely.<br /><br />3. Hasten(v): to move or act swiftly; to cause to hurry; to speed up; accelerate; speed up the progress of; facilitate; cause to occur rapidly; to drive or urge forward; to push on.<br />Synonyms: accelerate, advance, barrel, bolt, dart, drive, expedite, fleet, gallop, hie, hurry, precipitate, precipitate press, push, quicken, race, run, rush, scamper, scurry, speed, trot, urge, whisk. <br /><br />4. Minutiae(n): small or trifling matters; Usually, minutiae. precise details.<br />Synonyms: details, ins and outs, items, odds and ends, particulars, trivia.<br /><br />5. Dogged(adj): persistent in effort; damned; confounded; stubbornly tenacious; to track or trail persistently; To hold or fasten with a mechanical device; obstinately determined. <br />Synonyms: adamant, determined, headstrong, insistent, mulish, obstinate, persevering, persistent, staunch, steadfast, stubborn, tenacious, unshakable, unyielding. <br /><br />6. Commotion(n): A condition of turbulent motion; An agitated disturbance; political or social disturbance; confused movement.<br />Synonyms: agitation, bouleversement, brouhaha, bustle, clamor, clatter, convulsion, flap, flare, flourish, fluster, fracas, fuss, hubbub, hurly-burly, mutiny, pandemonium, perturbation, pother, racket, revolt, riot, tempest, todo, tumult, turmoil, upheaval, uproar.<br /><br />7. Addendum(n): a thing to be added; an addition; an appendix to a book; Something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book.<br /><br />8. Puckish(adj): mischievous; impish; naughtily or annoyingly playful<br />Synonyms: impish, mischievous, mysterious, naughty, playful, wicked.<br /><br />9. Impecunious(adj): having little or no money; penniless; poor, not having enough money to pay for necessities<br />Synonyms: broke, destitute, impoverished, indigent, needy, penniless, poverty-stricken.<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is primarily through formal education that a culture tries to perpetuate the ideas it favors and discredit the ideas it fears.<br /><br />2. It is often necessary, even desirable, for political leaders to withhold information from the public. <br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in an article in a magazine for writers<br /><br />"A recent study showed that in describing a typical day's conversation, people make an average of 23 references to watching television and only 1 reference to reading fiction. This result suggests that, compared with the television industry, the publishing and bookselling industries are likely to decline in profitability. Therefore, people who wish to have careers as writers should acquire training and experience in writing for television rather than for print media." <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. Assuage(v): To make (something burdensome or painful) less intense or severe; To satisfy or appease (hunger or thirst, for example); To pacify or calm; provide physical relief, as from pain; cause to be more favorably inclined.<br />Synonyms: alleviate, lessen, abate, appease, comfort, diminish, ease, fill, lull, mitigate, modify, mollify, quiet, reduce, relieve, salve, slake, soften, solace, soothe, sweeten, tranquilize. <br />Antonyms: intensify.<br /><br />2. Exculpate(v): to clear from a charge of guilt or fault; free from blame.<br />Synonyms: absolve, acquit, amnesty, clear, dismiss, excuse, exonerate, forgive, free, pardon, release, vindicate. <br /><br />3. Callous(adj): made hard; hardened; insensitive; indifferent; unsympathetic, Emotionally hardened; unfeeling. <<br />Synonyms: adamant, anesthetic, apathetic, brawny, horny, impertinent, indurative, inexorable, obdurate, stubborn, torpid. <br /><br />4. Stoic(adj): One who is seemingly indifferent to or unaffected by joy, grief, pleasure, or pain; seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain; impassive<br />Synonyms: detached, dispassionate, impassive, imperturbable, patient, philosophic, phlegmatic, resolute, spartan, stolid, unconcerned, undemonstrative, unflappable, unruffled. <br /><br />5. Ponderous(adj): Having great weight; unwieldy from weight or bulk; lacking grace or fluency.<br />Synonyms: heavy, boring, dreary, plodding, tedious, awkward, bulky, cumbersome, dull, hefty, humdrum, massive, monotonous.<br />Antonyms: lively, exciting. <br /><br />6. Timorous(adj) : full of fear; fearful.<br />Synonyms: abashed, aghast, anxious, apprehensive, blanched, cowed, daunted, dismayed, intimidated, panic-stricken, perplexed, perturbed, rattled, spooked.<br />Antonyms: bold, courageous, valiant <br /><br />7. Ineluctable(adj): incapable of being evaded; inescapable; Not to be avoided or escaped.<br />Synonyms: inevitable, unavoidable, certain, doomed, indubitable, inescapable, inevitable, sure, unavoidable, unevadable.<br /><br />8. Pulsatile(adj): Undergoing pulsation; vibrating; Capable of being struck or beaten; played by beating or by percussion; as, a tambourine is a pulsatile musical instrument.<br /><br />9. Intimidate(v): fill with fear; to force into or deter from some action by inducing fear; to compel or deter by or as if by threats; make timid or fearful. <br />Synonyms: abash, badger, bludgeon, browbeat, bulldoze, bully, coerce, cow, daunt, denounce, dishearten, dominate, dragoon, faze, frighten, hector, overawe, ride, scare, swagger, terrorize, threaten. <br />Antonyms: calm, encourage.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Ineluctable: Avoid<br /><br />2. Approach: Intimidate<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The study of history is done only on few famous persons. The great achievements of the so called famous is actually achieved by groups of people who have been long forgotten.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The Residents of the Mason city make no recreational use of the Mason river that is nearer to the city. Eventhough the state survey done, quotes that water sports(swimming, fishing, boating) as the favourites among the people. There are complaints that the river is been polluted and hence the people might be staying away from it. The situation is about to change as the state government has decided to purify the Mason river and hence the recreational use of river is about to rise. The Mason city council should increase the budget to develop the city-owned lands across the river.<br />(similar to this)<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 6th)<br /><br /><br />1. Diaphanous(adj): very sheer and light; almost completely transparent ; Characterized by delicacy of form.<br />Synonyms: airy, clear, delicate, fine, flimsy, gauzy, gossamer, insubstantial, lucid, sheer, transparent, vague.<br /><br />2. Spartan(adj): sternly disciplined and rigorously simple, frugal, or austere; Rigorously self-disciplined or self-restrained, brave; undaunted.<br /><br />3. Discordant(adj): being at variance; disagreeing;harsh; Not being in accord; conflicting; not in agreement or harmony.<br />Synonyms: dissonant; incongruous; Discordant; discrepant.<br /><br />4. Perspicacious(adj): having keen mental perception and understanding; having or showing penetrating mental discernment; clear-sighted; acutely insightful and wise; having the power of seeing clearly; quick-sighted; sharp of sight.<br />Synonyms: acute, alert, astute, clearheaded, discerning, observant, perceptive, savvy, shrewd, wise.<br />Antonyms: dull, stupid.<br /><br />5. Erudite(adj): characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly.<br />Synonyms educated, knowledgeable; wise, sapient<br /><br />6. Commensurate(adj): having the same measure; of equal extent or duration; corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree; proportionate; adequate; measurable by a common standard.<br />Synonyms: adequate, appropriate, balanced, corresponding, equal, equivalent, even, parallel, proportional, square. <br /><br />7. Friated(adj): easily crumbled or reduced to powder; crumbling.<br />Synonyms: fragile, frangible, brittle.<br /><br />8. Lurk(v): to lie or wait in concealment, as a person in ambush; to exist unperceived or unsuspected<br />Synonyms: creep, crouch, prowl, skulk, slink, sneak.<br /><br />9. Trenchant(adj): incisive or keen; vigorous; effective; energetic; clearly or sharply defined.<br />Synonyms: acerbic, acidulous, acute, astringent, caustic, crisp, emphatic, incisive, piquant, scathing, sententious, tart, unequivocal, vigorous.<br />Antonyms: kind, nice.<br /><br />10. Symphony(n): harmony of sounds; anything characterized by a harmonious combination of elements, esp. an effective combination of colors; agreement; concord.<br /><br />11. Garrulous(adj): excessively talkative in a rambling, roundabout manner; wordy or diffuse.<br />Synonyms: prating, babbling; verbose, prolix, loquacious.<br />Antonyms: reticent, uncommunicative, taciturn, close-mouthed.<br /><br />12. Din(n): a loud, confused noise; a continued loud or tumultuous sound; noisy clamor; the act of making a noisy disturbance.<br />Synonyms: babble, clamor, clangor, clatter, commotion, confusion, hubbub, instill, loud, pandemonium, racket, rattle, riot, steven, tumult, turmoil, uproar.<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic: <br /><br />1. It is the artist, and not the critic that gives something valuable to the society.<br /><br />2. The surest indicator of a great nation is not the achievements of its rulers, artists, or scientists, but the general welfare of all its people.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The vice president for human resources at Climpson Industries sent the following recommendation to the company's president. "In an effort to improve our employees' productivity, we should implement electronic monitoring of employees' Internet use from their workstations. Employees who use the Internet from their workstations need to be identified and punished if we are to reduce the number of work hours spent on personal or recreational activities, such as shopping or playing games. By installing software to detect employees' Internet use on company computers, we can prevent employees from wasting time, foster a better work ethic at Climpson, and improve our overall profits." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Stentorian(adj): very loud or powerful in sound; extremely loud; Of or pertaining to a stentor; extremely loud; powerful.<br />Synonyms: blaring, loud, orotund, resounding, sonorous.<br /><br />2. Offbeat(adj): differing from the usual or expected; unconventional; Not conforming to an ordinary type or pattern; informal terms.<br />Synonyms: bizarre, different, eccentric, odd, peculiar, strange, unique, unusual, weird.<br /><br />3. Precarious(adj): Dangerously lacking in security or stability; dependent on circumstances beyond one's control; uncertain; unstable; insecure; dependent on the will or pleasure of another; having insufficient, little, or no foundation; exposed to or involving danger; dangerous.<br />Synonyms: unsure, unsteady, doubtful, dubious, unreliable, undependable, hazardous, groundless, baseless, unfounded, chancy, insecure, perilous, risky, rocky, tricky, unassured, unwarranted. <br />Antonyms: secure, reliable, safe, well-founded.<br /><br />4. Nefarious(adj): extremely wicked ; abominable; Infamous by way of being extremely wicked. <br />Synonyms: atrocious, base, corrupt, depraved, despicable, detestable, evil, flagitious, gross, heinous, horrible, infamous, miscreant, rank, rotten, sinful, treacherous, vicious, vile, villainous, wicked, execrable.<br />Antonyms: good, honest.<br /><br />5. Perspicacious(adj): having keen mental perception and understanding; having or showing penetrating mental discernment; clear-sighted; acutely insightful and wise; having the power of seeing clearly; quick-sighted; sharp of sight.<br />Synonyms: perceptive, acute, shrewd, penetrating.<br />Antonyms: dull, stupid.<br /><br />6. Serried(adj): pressed together or compacted, as soldiers in rows; crowded together especially in rows; dense.<br /><br />7. Skullduggery(n): Crafty deception or trickery or an instance of it; verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way .<br />Synonyms: chicanery, crafty, trickery.<br /><br />8. Transitory(adj): Existing or lasting only a short time; brief; short-lived; temporary; not lasting, enduring, permanent.<br />Synonyms: ephemeral, evanescent, fleet, fleeting, fugacious, fugitive, momentary, passing, temporal, transient. <br />Antonyms: permanent.<br /><br />9. Mirth(n): amusement or laughter; gladness and gaiety, especially when expressed by laughter. <br />Synonyms: amusement, cheerfulness, delight, festivity, frivolity, fun, gaiety, gayety, gladness, glee, happiness, hilarity, jocularity, jollity, joyousness, levity, merriment, playfulness, pleasure, spleen. <br />Antonyms: gloom<br /><br />10. Vile(adj): wretchedly bad; highly offensive, unpleasant, or objectionable; repulsive or disgusting, morally debased, depraved, poor; wretched, of little value or account.<br />Synonyms: repellent, vicious, evil, iniquitous, vulgar, obscene, contemptible, trivial, trifling.<br />Antonyms: good, elevated.<br /><br />11. Saunter(v): a leisurely walk or stroll; a leisurely pace; walk leisurely and with no apparent aim. <br />Synonyms: To loiter; linger; stroll; wander, amble, ramble, meander, dally, dawdle, delay, drift, frank, gigot, idle, lag, lounge, mosey, promenade, roam, rove, ruminate, sashay, straggle, stray. <br /><br />12. Overhaul(v): to make necessary repairs on; restore to serviceable condition; to investigate or examine thoroughly for repair or revision; to gain upon, catch up with, or overtake, as in a race.<br />Synonyms: doctor, examine, mend, rebuild, recondition, redo, renovate, repair, restore, revamp. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Saunter: walk<br /><br />2. Overhaul: Revision<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following is a recommendation from the business manager of Monarch Books.<br /><br />"Monarch Books should open a cafe in its store to attract more customers and better compete with Regal Books, which recently opened a cafe. Monarch, which has been in business at the same location for more than twenty years, has a large customer following because it is known for its wide selection of books on all subjects. Opening the cafe would clearly attract more customers. The cafe would require relatively little space. Space could be made for the cafe by discontinuing the children's book section, which will likely become less popular given that the last national census indicated a significant decline in the percent of the population who are under age ten." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 2nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Diaphanous<br /><br />2. Spartan<br /><br />3. Quaff<br /><br />4. Beleaguered<br /><br />5. Blatant<br /><br />6. Quell<br /><br />7. Stentorian<br /><br />8. Unseemly<br /><br />9. Offbeat<br /><br />10. Mulish<br /><br />11. Persuaded<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Quaff: Sip<br /><br />2. Mulish: Persuaded<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic: <br /><br />1. An effective political leader doesn't speak da truth always. Honesty is a useful virtue for an effective politician.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Oct 1st)<br /><br /><br />1. Clarion<br /><br />2. Tangibility<br /><br />3. Commensurate<br /><br />4. Quaff<br /><br />5. Friated<br /><br />6. Havoc <br /><br />7. Transparent<br /><br />8. Deplore<br /><br />9. Emulations<br /><br />10. Exemplar<br /><br />11. Obscure<br /><br />12. Unseemly<br /><br />13. Hasten<br /><br />14. Stentorian<br /><br />15. Spiny <br /><br />16. Sententious<br /><br />17. Jaundice<br /><br />18. Immutable<br /><br />19. Spurious<br /><br />20. Procrastinate<br /><br />21. Avowal<br /><br />22. Surly<br /><br />23. Hasten<br /><br />24. Stentorian<br /><br />25. Spiny<br /><br />26. Nefarious <br /><br />27. Obscure <br /><br />28. Disparity <br /><br />29. Tepid <br /><br />30. Oblivious <br /><br />31. Nice <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Malfunction: Failsafe<br /><br />2. Quaff: Sip<br /><br />3. Alloy: Pure <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The profound thinkers and highly creative artists are always out of place with their time and society.circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-74502260553978369492008-10-15T09:49:00.000-07:002008-10-15T21:49:35.386-07:00OCTOBER QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 15th)<br /><br /><br /><br />1. If 5 < x-3 < 9, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 8<br /><br />2. If (2^2n+1) + (2^2n) = 1000, then<br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 500<br /><br />3. <br /> <br />(@ all: this is the appropriate question given with seven lines) <br />A. 2<br />B. 3<br />C. 4<br />D. 5<br />& so on…<br /><br />4. Given that a pump, pumps water from a well at the rate of 60gallons/min for duration of 1hour. If the pump rate is increased by 50% for next 2hours, then what is the total water pumped in this 3 hours duration? <br /><br />5. If y = 2x + 9 & x^2 = 4, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y<br /><br />6. Given Set A = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ...m & Set B = 1, 2, 3 ...n where 'n' is even and 'm' is odd. <br />Col A: Percentage of odd numbers in A<br />Col B: Percentage of even numbers in B<br /><br />7. Given slope of a line as 2.5 and a point on the line as (20, 50). <br />Col A: y-intercept<br />Col B: -25<br /><br />8. Given 2 < a < 5 < b < 8 and if the average of 3, 6, 9, a, b is 6.2, then find the value of a + b? <br /><br />9. <br /> <br />Given a figure like above, here PQRS is a square of length 10 and the line VT is the perpendicular to the diameter of the semicircle PQ and it is also given that PU = 2, then find the length of VT? <br /><br />10. <br /> <br />Find the distance of QP? <br /><br />11. Given that there was about 8500 distribution numbers. If the score of 26.7 was 35th percentile and 37.1 was 50th percentile, then how many distribution parameter numbers accounted for about 50 percentile of the distribution? <br /><br />12. Given 'N' is a positive integer, such that when it is multiplied with 3/5 and the resultant is divided with 7/10 then its equal to which of the following<br />A. N*(6/7) <br />B. N/(5/2) <br />& so on... <br /><br />13. If P = Sum of even integers from 1 to 100 & Q = Sum of odd integers from 1 to 100, then what is the value of P – Q? <br />A. 0<br />B. 99<br />C. 100<br />D. 101<br />E. 200<br /><br />14. If x & y are integers, then<br />Col A: sqrt(x) + sqrt(y) <br />Col B: sqrt(x+y) <br /><br />15. Col A: (n + 30)^2 + (n – 30)^2<br />Col B: 120n<br /><br />16. Given a quadrilateral with the four coordinates and asked to find the area of the quadrilateral? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. An Electricity poll has been extended from 3000 to 3799. If a marked place is between 3020 to 3039 then what is the probability that selected point is marked place? <br />A. 0.025<br />B. 0.01<br />C. 0.05<br />D. 0.02<br />& so on…<br />2. <br /><br />Find the value of 4xy? <br /><br />3. What is the value of (8) (72)^-5? <br />A. (72)^-5/8<br />& other four options were given in the similar form<br /><br />4. <br /><br />If the smallest distance from ‘p’ to any point on the circle is 5 and the largest distance from ‘p’ to any point on the circle is 11, then find the distance between centre and the point ‘p’? <br /><br />5. Which of the following options when multiplied by a number ‘n’ gives a result, which is same as to the result when number ‘n’ is multiplied by 3/5 and the resultant is divided by 7/10? <br />(Question is similar to this) <br />A. 21/15<br />& similar four different fractions were given in the options<br /><br />6. <br />< <br />How many of the above lines have negative slope? <br /><br />7. <br /> <br />Col A: -xy<br />Col B: x + y<br /><br />8. If -3 < x < 0, then<br />Col A: 1/x<br />Col B: -3<br /><br />9. Given two line equations and asked to find y-intercept? <br /><br />10. If 2^2n+1- 2^2n = 2^1000, then the value of n is? <br /><br />11. If the ratio of a triangle sides is given as 3:5:7, then what is the largest angle? <br /><br />12. Find the distance between two lines with equations of the lines given x + y = 5 and x + y = 4? <br /><br />13. Given a series S1, S2, S3, S4..... such that every term from S3, is the addition of the previous two terms. If S5 = 18 & S8 = 76, then what is the value of S9? <br /><br />14. If 0 < x < y < z, then<br />Col A: x/y <br />Col B: y/z<br /><br />15. Col A: Radius of the circle having area 36pie<br />Col B: Radius of the circle having area 12pie<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: 1/x <br />COl B: -1/x<br /><br />2. For a cylinder of radius 'r' and height 'h'<br />Col A: Total surface area <br />Col B: Curved surface area <br /><br />3. Given two series of P & F, in which each upcoming term in P series is twice the preceding term and each upcoming term in F series is three times the preceding term. If P1 = 5, F1 = 2, then for which value Pk > Fk.<br />(Here 1, k are suffixes)<br /><br />4. Given that A & B can complete a work in 8 hours each and C can do it in 12hours. In how much time will all of them finish the work if they work together? <br /><br />5. There were 37 employees in a company. If the month july has more number of birthdays than any other month then what is the number of birthdays in july?(provided every month should have atleast 3 birthdays)<br />Col A: Number of birthdays in july<br />Col B:3 <br /><br />6. Given three points (2,4),(5,3) & (k,1). If these three points are collinear, then find value of k?<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />7. If 'X' machines work for 'Y' hours to produce 'Z' products, then how many hours will 'A' machines take to produce 'B' products provided if the rate of two machines are same?(Values of X, Y, Z, A & B were given)? <br /><br />8. Let S1, S2, S3,... ,Sn be a series such that, Sn+1 = (1/2)Sn, then<br />Col A: S6 (2^14)<br />Col B: S20<br />(Here 1, 2, 3, 6, 20, n & n+1are suffixes)<br /><br />9. If -2 < x < -1, then<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />10. If |k+2| = |k-2| then,<br />Col A: k <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />11. If -2 < x < -1, then<br />Col A: x^-3<br />Col B: x^-1<br /><br />12. Given 'N' is a positive integer, such that when its multiplied with 3/5 and the resultant is divided with 7/10 then its equal to which of the following<br />a) N*(6/7)<br />b) N/(5/2)<br />& so on...<br /><br />13. Given a straight line equation in X,Y terms<br />Col A: The slope of the line if the intercepts of X,Y are equal<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />14. If x =! -1, then<br />ColA: 1/(2x + 2)<br />ColB: 1/(x + 1)<br /><br />15. Given there are 800 doctors who says 'yes' to the drugs P, Q, R that they work effectively.<br />P drug....some 38% <br />Q drug....some 52%<br />R drug.....some 71%<br />now, how many doctors say "yes" to Q drug and "don't say yes" to the drug R?<br />A. 312<br />B. 910<br />& so on....<br /><br />16. Given two straight lines x+y = 1 & 2x+2y = 8, then<br />Col A: The shortest distance between the two lines<br />Col B: 3 <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 10th)<br /><br /><br />1. If N = (36)^(36) & P = (71)^(71), then<br />Col A: Units place of N+P<br />Col B: Units place of NxP<br /><br />2. If the sides of a right angled triangle are k, 2k-1, 2k+1 and 'k' being positive, then the value of hypotenuse is ?<br />A. 9<br />B.15<br />C.17<br />& so on...<br /><br />3. The difference of sum of the odd numbers from 1 to 100 and sum even numbers from 1 to 100 ? <br />A. 0 <br />B. 99 <br />C.101 <br />D. 200 <br /><br />4. Given x-intercept as 2, y-intercept as -1.<br />Col A: The slope of the line<br />Col B: 1/2<br /><br />5. If a^-3 +a^2 + 9 = 0 then <br />Col A: The value of 'a' <br />Col B: -1/3 <br /><br />6. If 3:5:7 is the ratio of a triangle angles, then find the largest angle?<br /><br />7. Given that a set of balls are distributed one at a time, into six baskets.The first ball goes into basket one, the second into basket two, & soon. If this distribution is continued & repeated then 74th ball goes into which basket?<br />A. 2<br />B. 3<br />C. 4<br />D. 5<br />E. 6<br /><br />8. Given 8 < 2x < 14 and 9 < x+4 < 16<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />9. Given that the mean deviation 1 have 68% sampling data and mean deviation of 2 have 97.2% sampling data. In a sample of 2000, [some range was given], we need to find percentage of odd data in a particular standard deviation. <br />(question is similar to this)<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given that there was about 8500 distribution numbers. If the score of 26.7 was 35th percentile and 37.1 was 50th percentile, then how many distribution parameter numbers accounted for about 50 percentile of the distribution?<br /><br />2. Given a series f1, f2, f3.................. with f5 = 39 & f8 = 70. If the terms from f3 is sum of the preceeding two terms, then what is the valueof f9?<br /><br />3. There is a rectangular box with length, breadth and height given as 10, 6 & 4. It is given that the box is completely sponged on all sides of 0.5 inch. Calculate the volume of the rectangular box removing the sponge?<br />A. 219<br />B. 237<br />C. 217<br />D. 187<br />& so on....<br /><br />4. If the letters of the word A, F, T, E, R are permuted and arranged in a dictionary form like after, then for some (n > 2) how many other possible ways are there?<br />A. 119<br />B. 117<br />C. 88<br />& so on....<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />5. Given a triangle in the xy-plane with points (k, s), (k+1, s) and its area is given and was asked to find the value of k?<br /><br />6. Given a parellogram with sides 10 and 5.<br />Col A: Area of the parallelogram <br />Col B: 155<br /><br />7. Given an equation of the line 2x+3y =0 and given a point (2,1) asked to compare slopes.<br /><br />8. Given a square with side 5 and it is rotated 45degrees anti-clock wise around its centre point. Find the distance between its first center and the new center?<br /><br />9. If (n*p) = n!/(p!*(n-p)!, then<br />Col A: (12,7)<br />Col B: (12,3)<br /><br />10. Given the population of city A in 1980 as 95% of population of city A in 1970.<br />Col A : 1.05 * (Population in 1970)<br />Col B : Populationof city in 1980<br /><br />11. If n < 0, then<br />Col A: Mean Deviation of 1, 2,1<br />Col B: Mean Deviation of 1, 2, n.<br /><br />12. If A = 2^4*3^2*5^6 &<br />B = 11^3*13^2*17^4<br />Col A: Number of non-repeated prime factors for A <br />Col B: Number of non-repeated prime factors for B<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. In a group of men and women, 1/3 are men. If 2 women leave the group, then men will be 2/5 of the group. How many members are there in the group? <br /><br />2. The value of (5sqrt2+sqrt3)(sqrt2-sqrt3) = ? <br /><br />3. If a < 0 < b < c, then <br />Col A: ac/b <br />Col B: ac<br /><br />4. <br /><br />Given a figure like above, here PQRS is a square of length 10 and the line VT is the perpendicular to the diameter of the semicircle PQ and it is also given that PU = 2, then find the length of VT? <br /><br />5. Given 2 < a < 5 < b < 8 and if the average of 3, 6, 9, a, b is 6.2, then find the value of a + b? <br /><br />6. Given that an investment of a company in 1990 has increased by 15% in a span of 5years i.e. by 1995 and the same investment increased by 30% in a span of 10years i.e. by 2000. <br />Col A: The percentage increase from 1995 to 2000<br />Col B: 15%<br /><br />7. <br /><br />Given a square PQRS with side length 8 as above and ‘Q’, ‘S’ points are centers of the circles. Find the area of the shaded region? <br /><br />8. If the below lines are plotted<br />x + y = 5 &<br />2x + 2y = 8<br />Col A: The shortest distance between the lines<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />9. Given two circles that are concentric having radii 2, 5. If the tangent to the smaller circle intersects the bigger circle at ‘S’ and ‘T’, then find the length of ‘ST’? <br /><br />10. If a < 0 & b > 0, then <br />Col A: a^-7 * b^-2 <br />Col B: (a*b)^-14<br /><br />11. A Data interpretation question is given, with the data about “The Available number of rooms in Top 12 hotels in a city” and the questions asked were….<br />i. The Ratio of available rooms of 3 large hotels to the total rooms in a city. <br />ii. The median value of the number of rooms of the 12 hotels. <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 6th)<br /><br />1. Given a rectangular block with measurements 12, 6 & 3. Find the volume of smallest cube formed by joining these rectangles?<br /><br />2. If 'X' will be twice the age of her brother's present age after three years, then <br />Col A: X's Present age <br />Col B: X's brother's present age <br /><br />3. If a < 0 < b < c, then<br />Col A: ac/b <br />Col B: ac<br /><br />4. Col A: (7!)^2 <br />Col B: 13!<br /><br />5. If -3 < x < 0, then<br />Col A: 1/x <br />Col B: -3<br /><br />6. If 180 is the number of ways in which letters of a word is arranged, then which of the following words can be arranged in the same number of ways?<br />A. CABBIE<br />B. DEBBIE<br />C. CHAD<br />D. DEXTER<br />E. MIKEY<br />(Similar to this)<br /><br />7. If N = (36)^(36) & P = (71)^(71), then<br />Col A: Units place of N+P <br />Col B: Units place of NxP<br /><br />8.The following represents a data and frequency table.<br />Data Frequency<br />5 15<br />10 20<br />15 25<br />20 15<br />25 20<br /><br />Col A: The Probability of a data selected at 1/2 random <br />Col B: 10 <br /><br />9. A tanker contains 35,000 gallons of Oil, which delivers 100Gallons and 200 Gallons in 35 refueling stations. How many stations received 100Gallons and how many received 200Gallons of Oil?<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: (2^8)*(15^5)+(2^8)*(15^5)<br />Col B: (5^10)*(8^2)<br /><br />2. A square was given and another square was formed by joining mid points of the square. If perimeter of larger square was given 'X'.<br />Col A: Perimeter of smaller square<br />Col B: X/2<br /><br />3. Col A: (7!)^2<br />Col B: 13!<br /><br />4. If f(n,k) = n!/(k!*(n-k)!), then<br />Col A: f(16,3)<br />Col B: f(16,14)<br /><br />5. If product of xyz is odd integer, then which of the following is even<br />A. x(y+z)<br />B. xy+z<br />C. yz+x<br />& so on....<br /><br />6. There is a series of odd numbers from 1 to n where n is a odd number. What is the probability that a number selected at random will be an odd number?<br /><br />7. The slope of line XY is given as -1/2.<br />Col A: X intercept of Line<br />Col B: Y intercept of Line. <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 2nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Given Set A = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,...m & Set B = 1, 2, 3, ...n where 'n' is even and 'm' is odd.<br />Col A: Percentage of odd numbers in A<br />Col B: Percentage of even numbers in B <br /><br />2. If l(3x-2)l < 8 then find the value of x?<br /><br />3. If a1, a2, a3.........an are such that each term is 2 times the preceeding term & p1, p2, p3.......pn are such tht each term is 3 times the preceeding term. If a1= xxxx(some value) and p1 = xxxx(some value) then find the least number of n such that Pn > An?<br /><br />4. In a school, there are 720 people. If 300 opted for course x, 350 for y, 200 for z, 100 opted for no course and 150 opted for exactly two courses then what is the number of people who opted for all the three courses?<br /><br />5. A group can charter a particular aircraft at a fixed total cost.If 36 people charter aircraft rather than 40,loss per person is 12$. What is cost per person if 40 people charter it?<br /><br />6. On a street, there are four houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?<br />A. 4<br />B. 24<br />C. 64<br />D. 81<br /><br />7. (1/2 - 1/3) + (1/3 - 1/4) + (1/4 + 1/2) = ? <br /><br />8. If -2 < x < -1, then<br />Col A: 1/x3 <br />Col B: 1/x <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Oct 1st)<br /><br /><br />1. If a < 0 < b < c, then<br />Col A: ac/b <br />Col B: ac <br /><br />2. If x & y are not equal to zero, then<br />Col A: sqrt(x) + sqrt(y)<br />Col B: sqrt(x+y) <br /><br />3. If (x-2)(x-3)(2x-15)(4x+1) = 0, then find the product of maximum and minimum value of x?<br /><br />4. Given that, if a person has 5 pair of socks of different colors and if 2 are chosen at random then what is the probability that both of them are of same color?<br /><br />5. If a clock shows exactly 4 '0' clock right now, then what will it show exactly 1195 hours later? <br /><br />6. If x=! 0, then<br />Col A: lxl – 2<br />Col B: lx-2l<br /><br />7. If a point (1, 2) lies on the line Mx + Ky = 2, then<br />Col A: k<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />8. If it takes ‘t’ mins to travel ‘X’ miles, then<br />Col A: The time taken in hours to travel 900miles is<br />Col B: 15t/x<br /><br />9. The range of list-1 is 16 and range of list-2 is 10(approx values). If both the lists are combined then what will be the minimum value of their range?<br /><br />10. If x, y, z are negative integers, then<br />Col A: x + y + z<br />Col B: 1/x + y + z<br /><br />11. Col A: 0.01/1- 0.01<br />Col B: 0.1/1- 0.1<br /><br />12. In every month, a hospital is opened only in last week. If 10 people travel through bus to hospital, what is the probability that atleast two people travel on the same day?<br /><br />13. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: -x<br />Col B: lxl <br /><br />14. There is a swimming pool in the shape of an upright right circular cylinder whose base diameter is 20ft and depth(of cylinder) is 4ft. What is the volume of water, if the water is present at a uniform depth of 3ft 6inches?<br /><br />15. If t^4 = 16, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />16. If [z] represents greatest value less than or equal to z and x & y are positive, then<br />Col A: [x]+[y]<br />Col B: [x+y] <br /><br />17. Given that, there is a field with 'r' sections in which there are 's' sub- fields in each section. It is also given that there are 5 employees for working and each one does the work equally. If there is an employee Annie who does the work of her and also 1/3 work of the other colleague, then <br />Col A: Work done by Annie <br />Col B: rs/4 <br /><br />18. Which of the following operations below, would not affect the standard deviation of the above numbers<br />A. When 6 is added to each number<br />B. When 3 is added to each number.<br />C. When each number is mutiplied by some number x<br />D. When each number is divided by some number.<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />19. There is a square floor with a smaller square carpet. The side of floor is 10% greater than that of carpet and the difference in the areas were given. What is the side of the carpet?<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />20. If the probability of A doing a work is 2/3 and B doing it is 4/7, then what is the probabilty of neither of them do it?<br /><br />21. If t^4 = 16, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />22. If x, y, z are real positive numbers.<br />Col A: Median of x, y, z<br />Col B: Median of x^2, y^2, z^2.<br /><br />23. If x, y are two real numbers and x>0 & y<1, then<br />Col A: mod(x-y)<br />Col B: 1 <br /><br />24. If 100 < x < 225, then<br />Col A: sqrt(x)+20 <br />Col B: sqrt(900+x)<br /><br />25. If (n-2)*(n-3) = 0, then<br />Col A: -2n+1 <br />Col B: 2n-8<br /><br />26. The probability of A hitting a target is 2/3. And the probability of B hitting the same target is 4/7. So, what is the probability that neither of them will hit the target?<br /><br />27. If ak = 1/k-1/(k+1), then find out the summation of a2 to a100?<br />(Here k, 2 & 100 are suffixes)circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com1tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-74517718789456886052008-07-30T09:53:00.000-07:002008-10-04T09:54:42.943-07:00JULY VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 31st)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Camouflage(v): To conceal, usually through misrepresentation or other artifice; to conceal by the use of disguise or by protective coloring or garments that blend in with the surrounding environment.<br />Synonyms: mask, blind, cover, cloak, conceal, deceptive, disguise, fake, hide, masquerade, screen.<br /><br />2. Consolidate(v): to bring together (separate parts) into a single or unified whole; unite; combine; to discard the unused or unwanted items of and organize the remaining; to make solid or firm; solidify; strengthen.<br />Synonyms: amalgamate, blend, centralize, coalesce, compact, compress, concentrate, concrete, condense, fortify, fuse, incorporate, join, merge, pool, reinforce, solidify, strengthen, unify, unite.<br /><br />3. Deprecate(v): To express disapproval of; to urge reasons against; protest against (a scheme, purpose, etc.).<br />Synonyms: condemn, denounce, disparage, belittle, denigrate, deplore, depreciate, derogate, disapprove, downgrade, underrate.<br /><br />4. Agitate(v): to move or force into violent, irregular action; to disturb or excite emotionally; arouse; To cause to move with violence or sudden force; to upset; disturb.<br />Synonyms: activate, alarm, bother, churn, convulse, debate, discompose, disconcert, disquiet, disturb, drive, excite, fluster, goad, harass, harry, inflame, irk, irritate, perturb, provoke, rattle, rile, rouse, ruffle, shake, stir, trouble, unsettle, upset.<br /><br />5. Incendiary(adj): tending to inflame the senses; causing or capable of causing fire; capable of catching fire spontaneously or causing fires or burning readily; involving deliberate burning of property.<br />Synonyms: agitator, arsonist, firebug, inflammatory, insurgent, pyromaniac, rebel, subversive.<br /><br />6. Fawning(v): to exhibit affection or attempt to please, as a dog does by wagging its tail, whining, or cringing; to seek favor or attention by flattery and obsequious behavior.(Adj): attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery.<br /><br />7. Ascetic(adj): avoiding pleasure and comfort, especially for religious reasons; a person who leads an austerely simple life, esp. one who abstains from the normal pleasures of life or denies himself or herself material satisfaction; exceedingly strict or severe in religious exercises or self-mortification.<br />Synonyms: abstinent, anchorite, austere, celibate, disciplined, drastic, eremite, essene, exacting, fakir, harsh, hermit, monk, precise, recluse, rigorous, self-denying, self-disciplined, severe, stark, stoic, strict, stylite, unbending, yogi.<br /><br />8. Tangential(adj): merely touching; slightly connected; divergent or digressive, as from a subject under consideration; Only superficially relevant; tending to digress or to reply to questions obliquely.<br />Synonyms: discursive, excursive, parenthetic, parenthetical, rambling.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Incendiary: Agitate<br /><br />2. Fawning: attentive<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 30th)<br /><br /><br />1. Dogged<br /><br />2. Dissemble<br /><br />3. Hasten<br /><br />4. Precipitous<br /><br />5. Ingratiate<br /><br />6. Narcissit<br /><br />7. Couetous<br /><br />8. Panegyric<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Flattery: Ingratiate<br /><br />2. Skeptical: Doubtful<br /><br />3. Accesible: Nearby<br /><br />4. Precipitous: Hasten<br /><br />5. Narcissit: Couetous<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following was posted on an Internet real estate discussion site. "Of the two leading real estate firms in our town — Adams Realty and Fitch Realty — Adams is clearly superior. Adams has 40 real estate agents. In contrast, Fitch has 25, many of whom work only part-time. Moreover, Adams' revenue last year was twice as high as that of Fitch, and included home sales that averaged $168,000, compared to Fitch's $144,000. Homes listed with Adams sell faster as well: Ten years ago, I listed my home with Fitch and it took more than four months to sell; last year, when I sold another home, I listed it with Adams, and it took only one month. Thus, if you want to sell your home quickly and at a good price, you should use Adams." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 29th)<br /><br /><br />1. Adulate(v): to show excessive admiration or devotion to; flatter or admire servilely; to praise or admire excessively.<br /><br />2. Consolidate(v): to bring together (separate parts) into a single or unified whole; unite; combine; to discard the unused or unwanted items of and organize the remaining; To make strong or secure; strengthen.<br />Synonyms: amalgamate, blend, centralize, coalesce, compact, concentrate, concrete, fortify, harden, incorporate, merge, reinforce, solidify, unify.<br /><br />3. Cognizant(adj): Fully informed; conscious; having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception; having cognizance or knowledge.<br />Synonyms: apprehensive, awake, aware, conscious, enlightened, sensible, versed.<br /><br />4. Dacite(n): a grey volcanic rock containing plagioclase and quartz and other crystalline minerals; it is the fine-grained equivalent of granodiorite.<br /><br />5. Reticent(adj): disposed to be silent or not to speak freely; reserved; reluctant or restrained; Inclined to keep one's thoughts, feelings, and personal affairs to oneself; cool and formal in manner.<br />Synonyms: discreet, dumb, laconic, reluctant, reserved, restrained, retiring, speechless, subdued, taciturn, uncommunicative, unwilling, withdrawn.<br /><br />6. Elucidate(v): to provide clarification; explain; To make clear or plain, especially by explanation; make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear.<br />Synonyms: clarify, clear, detail, enlighten, explain, expound, illume, illustrate, interpret. <br /><br />7. Peripheral(adj): concerned with relatively minor, irrelevant, or superficial aspects of the subject in question; Related to, located in, or constituting an outer boundary or periphery.<br />Synonyms: circumferential, distal, external, incidental, marginal, peripheric, secondary.<br /><br />8. Persistent(adj): constantly repeated; continued; Existing or remaining in the same state for an indefinitely long time; Refusing to give up or let go.<br />Synonyms: assiduous, consistent, continuous, contumacious, determined, diligent, dogged, durable, enduring, gritty, importunate, insistent, obdurate, persevering, pertinacious, relentless, resolute, sedulous, steadfast, stubborn, sustained, tenacious, unshakable.<br /><br />9. Snarl(v): to bring into a tangled condition, as thread or hair; to render complicated or confused; to speak angrily or threateningly; to utter with anger or hostility.<br />Synonyms: arr, bark, chaos, complicate, confuse, entangle, gnar, growl, grumble, infusion, kink, knot, maze, mesh, muddle, predicament, quarrel, snap, snare, tangle, twist, web.<br /><br />10. Din(n): a loud, confused noise; a continued loud or tumultuous sound; noisy clamor; the act of making a noisy disturbance. <br />Synonyms: babble, clamor, clangor, clatter, commotion, confusion, hubbub, instill, loud, pandemonium, racket, rattle, riot, steven, tumult, turmoil, uproar.<br /><br />11. Transient(adj): not lasting, enduring, or permanent; lasting only a short time; existing briefly; temporary; staying only a short time; remaining in a place only a brief time; passing swiftly away; not durable.<br />Synonyms: conveyance, deciduous, ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, fugitive, impermanent, itinerant, migratory, momentary, short-lived, temporal, volatile. <br /><br />12. Exinanite(v): To make empty; to render of no effect; to humble.<br /><br />13. Adroit(adj): expert or nimble in the use of the hands or body; cleverly skillful, resourceful; skillful and adept under pressing conditions; quick or skillful or adept in action or thought.<br />Synonyms: adept, apt, artful, brainy, canny, cunning, deft, dexterous, dextrous, expert, facile, handy, ingenious, polished, proficient, quick, resourceful, shrewd, skilled, slick, smart, suave, urbane, witty.<br />Antonyms: clumsy<br /><br />14. Hasten(v): to move or act with haste; proceed with haste; hurry; to cause to hasten; to move or act swiftly; to speed up; accelerate; act or move at high speed.<br />Synonyms: urge, expedite, quicken, speed, accelerate, advance, barrel, bolt, dart, fleet, gallop, hie, hurry, precipitate, rush, scamper, scurry, trot, urge, whisk.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 28th)<br /><br /><br />1. Gregarious<br /><br />2. Potentate<br /><br />3. Palliate<br /><br />4. Kinship<br /><br />5. Tinge<br /><br />6. Clairvoyant<br /><br />7. Proffer<br /><br />8. Countenance<br /><br />9. Puerile<br /><br />10. Addendum<br /><br />11. Doggerel<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Vision:glass<br /><br />2. Saga:poem<br /><br />3. Addendum:document <br /><br />4. Doggerel:Verse<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 25th)<br /><br /><br />1. Ameliorate(v): to make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory; improve.<br />Synonyms: amend, advance, progress, promote, recuperate, reform, uplift.<br />Antonyms: worsen.<br /><br />2. Paucity(n): smallness of quantity; scarcity; smallness or insufficiency of number; fewness; an insufficient quantity or number.<br />Synonyms: dearth, guilty, insufficiency, lack, poverty, scantiness, scarcity, shortage, sparsity <br /><br />3. Penurious(adj): extremely stingy; extremely poor; poorly or inadequately supplied; lacking in means or resources; Unwilling to spend money; stingy; Yielding little; barren.<br />Synonyms: avaricious, barren, destitute, frugal, grasping, indigent, miserly, niggardly, parsimonious, penny-pinching, stingy.<br />Antonyms: generous.<br /><br />4. Fastidiousness(adj): excessively particular, critical, or demanding; hard to please; requiring or characterized by excessive care or delicacy; painstaking.<br /><br />5. Modicum(n): A small or moderate quantity or token amount. <br />Synonyms: iota, tinge.<br /><br />6. Flippant(adj): frivolously disrespectful, shallow, or lacking in seriousness; showing inappropriate levity.<br />Synonyms: airy, bold, brassy, brazen, chatty, fluent, glib, irreverent, malapert, pert, sassy, saucy, smart-alecky, voluble. <br /><br />7. Cardsharp(n): a person, esp. a professional gambler, who cheats at card games; a professional card player who makes a living by cheating at card games.<br /><br />8. Masonry(n): work constructed by a mason, esp. stonework; structure built of stone or brick by a mason; the craft or occupation of a mason.<br />Synonyms: ashlar, brickwork, stonework, trade. <br /><br />9. Pernickety(adj): characterized by excessive precision and attention to trivial details.<br /><br />10. Obfuscate(v): to confuse, bewilder, to make obscure or unclear, to make so confused or opaque as to be difficult to perceive or understand; to render indistinct or dim; darken.<br />Synonyms: bewilder, blur, cloud, confuse, darken, dim, garble, hide, muddle, obscure, perplex, puzzle. <br />Antonyms: clarify<br /><br />11. Elucidate(v): to provide clarification; explain; to make clear or plain, especially by explanation; make free from confusion or ambiguity.<br />Synonyms: clarify, describe, detail, enlighten, explain, expound, illume, illustrate, interpret.<br /><br />12. Rococo(adj): Immoderately elaborate or complicated; having excessive asymmetrical ornamentation; noting or pertaining to a style of painting developed simultaneously with the rococo in architecture and decoration, characterized chiefly by smallness of scale, delicacy of color, freedom of brushwork, and the selection of playful subjects as thematic material; A very ornate style of speech or writing.<br />Synonyms: arty, extravagant, flamboyant, gaudy, ornate. <br /><br />13. Transient(adj): not lasting, enduring, or permanent; lasting only a short time; existing briefly; temporary; staying only a short time; remaining in a place only a brief time; passing swiftly away; not durable.<br />Synonyms: conveyance, deciduous, ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, fugitive, impermanent, itinerant, migratory, momentary, short-lived, temporal, volatile. <br /><br />14. Conniving(v): to cooperate secretly; conspire; to avoid noticing something that one is expected to oppose or condemn; give aid to wrongdoing by forbearing to act or speak; to be indulgent toward something others oppose or criticize.<br />Synonyms: plot, collude. <br /><br />15. Bucolic(adj): of or pertaining to shepherds; of, pertaining to, or suggesting an idyllic rural life; Of or characteristic of the countryside or its people.<br /><br />16. Tenterhooks(n): A hooked nail for securing cloth on a tenter; to be uncertain and anxious about what is going to happen.<br /><br />17. Sloven(n): a person who is habitually negligent of neatness or cleanliness in dress, appearance, etc; a person who works, acts, speaks, etc, in a negligent, slipshod manner; One who is habitually careless in personal appearance or work.<br /><br />18. Exacerbant(v): to increase the severity, bitterness, or violence of (disease, ill feeling, etc.); aggravate; to embitter the feelings of (a person); irritate;make worse.<br />Synonyms: aggravate, annoy, enrage, exasperate, infuriate, ire, irritate, provoke, tease, worsen, intensify, inflame.<br />Antonyms: relieve, soothe, alleviate. <br /><br />19. Flagrant(adj): shockingly noticeable or evident; obvious; glaring; glowing; conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible; very obvious; easily seen.<br />Synonyms: disgraceful, monstrous, egregious, notorious; scandalous, arrant, glaring, gross. <br /><br />20. Conceit(n): an excessively favorable opinion of one's own ability, importance, wit, etc; personal opinion or estimation.<br />Synonyms: arrogant, bumptious, conceited, egomaniac, egotistical, haughty, hubristic, pragmatic, presumptuous, priggish, self-esteem, vanity, egotism, complacency.<br />Antonyms: humility.<br /><br />21. Lugubrious(adj): mournful, dismal, or gloomy, esp. in an affected, exaggerated, or unrelieved manner; excessively mournful.<br />Synonyms: sorrowful, melancholy, bleak, depressing, dismal, doleful, dour, funeral, gloomy, morose, mournful, woebegone, woful. <br />Antonyms: cheerful<br /><br />22. Innovation(n): something new or different introduced; introduction of new things or methods; the creation of something in the mind; the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new.<br />Synonyms: change, departure, introduction, invention, novelty, vicissitude.<br /><br />23. Virtual(adj): Existing in the mind, especially as a product of the imagination; Existing or resulting in essence or effect though not in actual fact, form, or name.<br />Synonyms: essential, fundamental, implied, tacit. <br /><br />24. Camouflage(v): to disguise, hide, or deceive by means of camouflage; to conceal, usually through misrepresentation or other artifice; to use protective coloring or garments for concealment.<br />Synonyms: cloak, conceal, cover, deceptive, disguise, fake, hide, masquerade, screen, mask, blind, front. <br /><br />25. Malingerer(v): to pretend illness, esp. in order to shirk one's duty, avoid work, etc; To feign illness or other incapacity in order to avoid duty or work.<br /><br />26. Protract(v): to draw out or lengthen, esp. in time; extend the duration of; prolong; to draw out or lengthen in time; cause to be or last longer.<br />Synonyms: continue, defer, detract, drag, elongate, extend, procrastinate, prolong, stall, stretch.<br />Antonyms: curtail.<br /><br />27. Silhouette(n): a dark image outlined against a lighter background; a dark image, especially a shadow, seen against the light; A drawing consisting of the outline of something, especially a human profile, filled in with a solid color.<br />Synonyms: contour, figuration, outline, portrait, profile, shadow, shape.<br /><br />28. Indiscrimination(n): an act or instance of not discriminating; the quality or condition of being indiscriminate or of not discriminating; lack of discrimination. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Protract: length<br /><br />2. Silhouette: shadow<br /><br />3. Camoflage: Detect<br /><br />4. Malingerer: Work<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The laws should not be rigid, they should be flexible according to the circumstance, place, time etc.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. Intrasigence<br /><br />2. Tenable <br /><br />3. Euphemism<br /><br />4. Disquiescense<br /><br />5. Vindicted<br /><br />6. Enervate<br /><br />7. Laconic<br /><br />8. Artless <br /><br />9. Puny<br /><br />10. Barbiturate<br /><br />11. Servile<br /><br />12. Obeisance<br /><br />13. Affront<br /><br />14. Deference<br /><br />15. Carouse<br /><br />16. Sobriety<br /><br />17. Labrynthine<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Servile: Obeisance<br /><br />2. Affront: Deference<br /><br />3. Carouse: Sobriety<br /><br />4. Labrynthine: straight<br /><br />5. Clarity: confusion<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 23rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Blueprint<br /><br />2. Euphemism<br /><br />3. Recant<br /><br />4. Lethargic<br /><br />5. Eschew<br /><br />6. Legible<br /><br />7. Deleterious<br /><br /><br />Antonymns:<br /><br />1. Foul<br /><br />2. Better<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Director: Actor<br /><br />2. Peck: Kiss<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "History teaches us only one thing: knowing about the past cannot help people to make important decisions today."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 21st)<br /><br /><br />1. Bumptious<br /><br />2. Chimera<br /><br />3. Disquiet<br /><br />4. Phlegmatic<br /><br />5. Euphemism<br /><br />6. Adamant<br /><br />7. Radical<br /><br />8. Segment<br /><br />9. Sychophant<br /><br />10. Sonnet<br /><br />11. Obfuscate<br /><br />12. Rickety<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Wood: Carpenter<br /><br />2. Sychophant: Flattery<br /><br />3. Poem: Sonnet<br /><br />4. Glasses: See<br /><br />5. Obfuscate: Confusion<br /><br />6. Director: Actor<br /><br />7. Furniture: Rickety<br /><br />8. Charishma: Bore<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 16th)<br /><br /><br />1. Zither(n): a musical stringed instrument with strings stretched over a flat sounding board; it is laid flat and played with a plectrum and with fingers <br /><br />2. Quibble: A petty distinction or an irrelevant objection;an instance of the use of ambiguous, prevaricating, or irrelevant language or arguments to evade a point at issue; petty or carping criticism; a minor objection.<br />Synonyms: (adj):captious, carping, casuistic, sophistic, sophomoric, specious.(n): evasion, equivocation, sophism, shift, ambiguity.<br /><br />3. Freaky(adj): Strange or unusual and somewhat frightening; weird; conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual; <br />Synonyms: grotesque, monstrous.<br /><br />4. Flockn): a number of animals of one kind, esp. sheep, goats, or birds, that keep or feed together or are herded together; a large number of things; crowd; a band or company of persons.<br />Synonyms: bevy, covey, flight, gaggle, brood, hatch, shoal, swarm, brood, drove, herd, litter, skein.<br /><br />5. Itinerant(adj): Traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty; working in one place for a comparatively short time and then moving on to work in another place, usually as a physical or outdoor laborer; characterized by alternating periods of working and wandering.<br />Synonyms: wandering, nomadic, migratory, unsettled, roving, roaming; peripatetic; ambulatory, vagabond, vagrant, wayfaring<br />Antonyms: settled.<br /><br />6. Transience(n): The state or quality of being transient; the attribute of being brief or fleeting.<br /><br />7. Phlegmatic(adj): not easily excited to action or display of emotion; self-possessed, calm, or composed; showing little emotion. <br />Synonyms: aloof, apathetic, calm, dull, impassive, indifferent, lethargic, sluggish, spiritless, unemotional; stoical, uninterested, torpid, unruffled, placid, quiet.<br /><br />8. Stolid(adj): not easily stirred or moved mentally; unemotional; impassive; Having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited.<br />Synonyms: anserine, apathetic, asinine, blunt, bovine, brutish, deadpan, dense, impassable, impassive, phlegmatic, stoic, stubborn. lethargic, phlegmatic.<br /><br />9. Untold(adj): not told; not related; not revealed; not numbered or enumerated; uncounted; inexpressible; incalculable.<br />Synonyms: boundless, countless, endless, enormous, huge, immeasurable, innumerable, staggering, undisclosed, unrevealed, vast.<br /><br />10. Deferential(adj): Marked by or exhibiting deference; showing deference; deferent; respectful.<br />Synonyms: duteous, dutiful, obeisant, respectful; courteous, regardful, dutiful, obedient, reverential.<br /><br />11. Noxious(adj): harmful or injurious to health or physical well-being; morally harmful; corrupting; injurious to physical or mental health.<br />Synonyms: hurtful, unwholesome, nocuous, detrimental, deleterious, corruptive, baneful, evil, fetid, lethal, nocent, nocuous, noisome, pernicious, putrid, revolting, stinking, toxic, virulent.<br />Antonyms: harmless<br /><br />12. Penchant(n): a strong inclination, taste, or liking for something; A definite liking.<br />Synonyms: affinity, bent, bias, fancy, fondness, inclination, knack, leaning, partiality, predilection, proneness, propensity, tendency.<br /><br />13. Rhabdomancy(n): Divination by means of a wand or rod, especially for discovering underground water or ores; searching for underground water or minerals by using a dowsing rod<br /><br />14. Scalawag(n): a scamp; rascal; A reprobate; a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel; one who is playfully mischievous.<br />Synonyms: (slang) scamp, caitiff, miscreant, rapscallion, rascal, reprobate, rogue, scamp, scapegrace, scoundrel, trickster, varlet, villain.<br /><br />15. Loquacious(adj): talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; characterized by excessive talk; wordy; full of trivial conversation.<br />Synonyms: verbose, voluble, chatty, conversational, garrulous, talky.<br /><br />16. Succinct(adj):expressed in few words;characterized by conciseness or verbal brevity; Characterized by clear, precise expression in few words. <br />Synonyms: blunt, brief, compact, concise, condensed, curt, summary, terse.<br /><br />17. Palatable(adj): acceptable or agreeable to the palate or taste; acceptable or agreeable to the mind or feelings; Acceptable to the taste; sufficiently agreeable in flavor to be eaten.<br />Synonyms: delicious, delectable, palatable, appetizing, tasty, savory, delightful, pleasing, sapid, toothsome.<br /><br />18. Magnificience(n): the quality or state of being magnificent; splendor; impressiveness of surroundings, Greatness or lavishness of surroundings; splendor, Grand or imposing beauty.<br /><br />19. Fluvial(adj): of or pertaining to a river; relating to or inhabiting a river or stream; produced by the action of a river or stream.<br /><br />20. Subterranean(adj): existing or operating out of sight or secretly; hidden or secret; Situated or operating beneath the earth's surface; underground. <br />Synonyms: cavern, concealed, hidden, secret, underground.<br /><br />21. Arboreal(adj): of or pertaining to trees; treelike; relating to or resembling a tree; living in trees; inhabiting or frequenting trees.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Loqacious: Succinct<br /><br />2. Palatable: Magnificience <br /><br />3. Learn: School <br /><br />4. Fluvial: River<br /><br />5. Subterranean: Cave<br /><br />6. Arboreal: Tree<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. Vivacity<br /><br />2. Irascible <br /><br />3. Rile<br /><br />4. Excision <br /><br />5. Revulsion <br /><br />6. Solebrity<br /><br />7. Crub<br /><br />8. Palatable<br /><br />9. Magnificience <br /><br />10. Reticent<br /><br />11. Stricture<br /><br />12. Imminant<br /><br />13. Horray <br /><br />14. Prudigal <br /><br />15. Impredectable<br /><br />16. Glut<br /><br />17. Paucity<br /><br />18. Tortousness<br /><br />19. Pelf<br /><br />20. Impecunious<br /><br />21. Affront<br /><br />22. Oeisance<br /><br />23. esteem<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Glut: Paucity<br /><br />2. Soil: Mud<br /><br />3. Tortousness: Straightforward<br /><br />4. Pelf: Impecunious<br /><br />5. Affront: Offensive<br /><br />6. Oeisance: esteem<br /><br /><br />Issues Topic:<br /><br />1. "When research priorities are being set for science, education, or any other area, the most important question to consider is: How many people's lives will be improved if the results are successful?"<br /><br />2. "It is the artist, not the critic,* who gives society something of lasting value."<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a Brenton newspaper.<br />"The Brenton power plant draws water from Scott's River for its cooling system and releases the warmed water back into the river. The town council recommends that the plant install a more efficient cooling system that uses less water, claiming it will be more environmentally sound. However, in Uptown, where the new system is used, a study found that the complex network of pipes in the new system tends to accumulate algae. The build up of algae can be avoided by scrubbing the pipes, which is costly, or by adding an herbicide to the water in the pipes to prevent algae accumulation. But water containing the herbicide cannot be released back into the river and it is known that low water levels can harm river ecosystems accustomed to higher levels. Therefore, Brenton power plant should continue to use the old cooling system exclusively."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. Stricture(n): a remark or comment, esp. an adverse criticism; an abnormal contraction of any passage or duct of the body; a restriction; the act of enclosing or binding tightly; severe criticism.<br /><br />2. Unbend(v): to straighten from a bent form or position; to release from the strain of formality, intense effort, etc.; to release from tension, as a bow; to untie or loosen; To become less tense; relax; make less taut;<br />Synonyms: condescend, relax, slacken, straighten, vouchsafe.<br /><br />3.Fling(v): to put suddenly or violently; To put or send suddenly or unexpectedly; to project or speak sharply, curtly, or forcefully; to speak harshly or abusively; To throw (oneself) into an activity with abandon and energy.<br />Synonyms: affair, binge, cast, catapult, chuck, dart, discard, flip, flirt, flounce, heave, hurtle, pitch, plunge, scatter, sling, splurge, spree, toss, whirl.<br /><br />4. Touchy(adj): sensitive to touch; Tending to take offense with slight cause; oversensitive; Easily ignited; flammable; requiring caution, tactfulness, or expert handling. <br />Synonyms: cantankerous, choleric, crabby, cranky, delicate, fragile, grouchy, grumpy, huffy, irascible, peevish, precarious, temperamental, tetchy, ticklish, umbrageous, volatile, edgy, snappish.<br /><br />5. Flock(n): a number of animals of one kind, esp. sheep, goats, or birds, that keep or feed together or are herded together; a large number of things; crowd; a band or company of persons.<br />Synonyms: bevy, covey, flight, gaggle, brood, hatch, shoal, swarm, brood, drove, herd, litter, skein.<br /><br />6. Obfuscate(v): to confuse; to make so confused or opaque as to be difficult to perceive or understand; to darken; unclear.<br />Synonyms: muddle, perplex, bewilder, blur, cloud, dim, garble, hide, obscure, puzzle.<br />Antonyms: clarify.<br /><br />7. Euphemism(n): an inoffensive or indirect expression that is substituted for one that is considered offensive or too harsh; a pleasant name for something that is unpleasant; The act or an example of substituting a mild, indirect, or vague term for one considered harsh, blunt, or offensive; the expression so substituted. <br /><br />8. Nugtory(adj): of no real value; worthless; of no force or effect; ineffective; not valid.<br />Synonyms: futile, hollow, idle, ineffectual, invalid, trifling, trivial, unavailing; vain, insignificant, frivolous.<br /><br />9. Evident(adj): plain or clear to the sight or understanding; obvious; clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; capable of being seen or noticed.<br />Synonyms: obvious, manifest, palpable, patent, apparent, certain, conclusive, conspicuous, glaring, manifest, noticeable, overt, transparent, unmistakable.<br /><br />10. Concealed(adj): To keep from being seen, found, observed, or discovered; not accessible to view; hidden on any grounds for any motive; To hide or withdraw from observation; to cover; to cover or keep from sight.<br />Synonyms: abstruse, blindfold, clandestine, covert, disguised, hidden, incognito, latent, occult, perdue, privy, recondite, secreted. <br /><br />10. Pitfall(n): a lightly covered and unnoticeable pit prepared as a trap for people or animals; any trap or danger for the unwary; an unapparent source of trouble or danger; an unforeseen or unexpected or surprising difficulty.<br />Synonyms: artifice, drawback, hazard, inveiglement, maelstrom, peril, risk, snag, snare, subterfuge, temptation, traps.<br /><br />11. Inane(adj): lacking sense, significance, or ideas; empty; void; devoid of intelligence; Without contents; empty; something that is empty or void.<br />Synonyms: pointless, asinine, daft, dumb, fatuitous, feckless, frivolous, idiotic, illogical, imbecile, insubstantial, jejune, nonsensical, puerile, ridiculous, shallow, silly, stratospheric, vacuous, vapid, void, worthless. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Judge: laws <br /><br />2. Assembly: humans<br /><br />3. Musical band:musicians <br /><br />4. Inane: weightage <br /><br />5. Soil: Mud <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "Money spent on research is almost always a good investment, even when the results of that research are controversial".<br /><br />2. "Tradition and modernization are incompatible. One must choose between them".<br /><br />3. "The most essential quality of an effective leader is the ability to remain consistently committed to particular principles and objectives. Any leader who is quickly and easily influenced by shifts in popular opinion will accomplish little".<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a letter to the school board in the town of Centerville.<br />"All students should be required to take the driver's education course at Centerville High School. In the past two years several accidents in and around Centerville have involved teenage drivers. Since a number of parents in Centerville have complained that they are too busy to teach their teenagers to drive, some other instruction is necessary to ensure that these teenagers are safe drivers. Although there are two driving schools in Centerville, parents on a tight budget cannot afford to pay for driving instruction. Therefore an effective and mandatory program sponsored by the high school is the only solution to this serious problem.<br /><br />2. The following appeared in a memorandum to faculty from the academic vice president of Waymarsh University.<br />"So that we can better accomplish Waymarsh University's academic goals, we should adopt the job-opportunity (job-op) program offered at Plateau Technical College and strongly encourage all students at Waymarsh to participate in it. The success of the job-op program at Plateau is evident: Over the past two years, more than 75% of the freshmen at Plateau have enrolled in the optional job-op program. Moreover, at Plateau, the grades of job-op students are consistently higher than those of other students, 90% of the job-op students receive job offers within a month after their graduation, and most former job-op students report much success in their careers.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 11th)<br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Mendacious(adj): false or untrue; given to deception or falsehood; telling lies, esp. habitually; dishonest; lying; untruthful.<br />Synonyms: deceitful, dishonest, fibbing.<br />Antonyms: veracious.<br /><br />2. Artless(adj): free from deceit, cunning, or craftiness; not artificial; natural; simple; lacking art, knowledge, or skill; poorly made; inartistic; clumsy. <br />Synonyms: candid, frank, guileless, humble, ignorant, inartistic, ingenuous, naif, naive, trusting, unauspicious, unschooled, unsophisticated, guileless.<br />Antonyms: cunning.<br /><br />3. Flock(n): a number of animals of one kind, esp. sheep, goats, or birds, that keep or feed together or are herded together; a large number of things; crowd; a band or company of persons.<br />Synonyms: bevy, covey, flight, gaggle, brood, hatch, shoal, swarm, brood, drove, herd, litter, skein.<br /><br />4. Plummet(n): something that weighs down or depresses; (v): To fall straight down; plunge; to decline suddenly and steeply.<br />Synonyms: dive, swoop, buxom, chubby, downturn, fleshy, nose-dive, obese, plop, portly, rotund, sink, stout.<br /><br />5. Coagulate(v): to change from a fluid into a thickened mass; To cause transformation of (a liquid or sol, for example) into or as if into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass; change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state.<br />Synonyms: clabber, clod, clot, concrete, congeal, cotter, curdle, gel, harden, jell, solidify.<br /><br />6. Panegyric(n): a lofty oration or writing in praise of a person or thing; formal or elaborate praise; formally expressing praise; A formal eulogistic composition intended as a public compliment. <br />Synonyms: (adj): acclamatory, citation, complimentary, encomium, eulogy, laudation, tribute. <br /><br />7. Myriad(n): a very great or indefinitely great number of persons or things; a vast number.(adj): of an indefinitely great number; innumerable having innumerable phases, aspects, variations, etc.<br />Synonyms: army, countless, endless, flood, host, innumerable, legion. <br /><br />8. Summit(n): the highest point or part, as of a hill, a line of travel, or any object; top; the highest state or degree; (adj): of or pertaining to a summit meeting. <br />Synonyms: peak, pinnacle, acme, zenith, culmination, acme, apex, apogee, arete, climax, consummation, crest, culmination, meridian, spire, tip, vertex, zenith.<br />Antonyms: base.<br /><br />9. Nadir(n): the lowest point; point of greatest adversity or despair; A point on the celestial sphere directly below the observer, diametrically opposite the zenith; an extreme state of adversity; the lowest point of anything.<br />Synonyms: bottom, floor, foot, depths. <br /><br />10. Ostensive(adj): clearly or manifestly demonstrative; seeming or professed; manifestly demonstrative; Showing; exhibiting.<br /><br />11. Wit(n): the keen perception and cleverly apt expression of those connections between ideas that awaken amusement and pleasure; speech or writing showing such perception and expression; understanding, intelligence, or sagacity; astuteness. <br />Synonyms:acumen, badinage, causerie, comedian, comprehension, coruscation, cunning, drollery, esprit, facetiousness, humorist, ingenuity, jocosity, jocularity, keenness, mordacity, persiflage, punster, quickness, repartee, retort, sageness, sanity, sarcasm, satire, whimsicality, witticism.<br /><br />12. Intermittent(adj): stopping or ceasing for a time; alternately functioning and not functioning or alternately functioning properly and improperly ; Stopping and starting at intervals.<br />Synonyms: cyclical, episodic, fitful, hesitant, periodical, recurrent, remittent, rhythmic, spasmodic, sporadic; interrupted, sporadic.<br /><br />13. Flawless(adj): Being entirely without flaw or imperfection; without a flaw.<br />Synonyms: exquisite, ideal, immaculate, impeccable, indefectible, intact, irreproachable, perfect, sound, spotless, undamaged, unexceptionable, unmarred.<br /><br />14. Marbled(n): something lacking in warmth or feeling; a little ball made of stone, baked clay, glass, porcelain, agate, or steel, esp. for use in games; anything resembling marble in hardness, coldness, smoothness, etc.: (v): lacking in warmth, compassion, or sympathy<br /><br />15. Exonerate(v): to clear, as of an accusation; free from guilt or blame; to free from a responsibility, obligation, or task; pronounce not guilty of criminal charges<br />Synonyms: absolve, acquit, disburden, dismiss, exculpate, excuse, exempt, forgive, pardon, release, remit, vindicate. <br /><br />16. Extol(v): to praise highly; laud;praise, glorify, or honor<br />Synonyms: glorify, exalt, applaud, approbate, commend, compliment, deify, enhance, enshrine, eulogize, laud, magnify, panegyrize, spiritualize.<br />Antonyms: disparage.<br /><br />17. Forthright(adj): going straight to the point; frank; direct; outspoken; proceeding in a straight course; direct; straightforward; Direct and without evasion; characterized by directness in manner or speech<br />Synonyms: candid, foursquare, frankly, honest, straightforward, truthfully, aboveboard, foursquare, frankly, straightforward, truthfully.<br /><br />18. Ant(n): to be impatient or eager to act or speak; Any of various social insects of the family Formicidae, characteristically having wings only in the males and fertile females and living in colonies that have a complex social organization. <br />Synonyms: amazon, carpenter, emmet, formican, pismire, soldier, termite. <br /><br />19. Lugubrious(adj): mournful, dismal, or gloomy; , esp. in an affected, exaggerated, or unrelieved manner; excessively mournful.<br />Synonyms: bleak, dismal, doleful, dour, funeral, gloomy, melancholy, morose, mournful, woebegone, woful .<br /><br />20. Stultify(v): to make, or cause to appear, foolish or ridiculous; to render useless or ineffectual; to allege or prove (oneself or another) to be of unsound mind.<br />Synonyms: impair, impede, inhibit, nullify, ridiculous, stifle, cripple, frustrate, hinder, thwart.<br /><br />21. Sylvan(adj): Relating to or characteristic of woods or forest regions; consisting of or abounding in woods or trees; Located in or inhabiting a wood or forest.<br />Synonyms: forestlike, rustic, shady, wooded, woodsy.<br /><br />22. Base: to make or form a base or foundation for; to establish, as a fact or conclusion; the principal element or ingredient of anything, considered as its fundamental part .<br />Synonyms: alloyed, contemptible, counterfeit, debased, degenerate, degraded, despicable, disgraceful, dishonorable, groveling, ignoble, inferior, menial, obscure, plebeian, proletarian, servile, spurious, substratal, unworthy, venal, wicked. <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is a grave mistake to theorize before one has data.<br /><br />2. Students should memorize facts only after they have studied the ideas, trends, and concepts that help explain those facts. Students who have learned only facts have learned very little.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. Hagiography(n): the writing and critical study of the lives of the saints; A worshipful or idealizing biography; a biography that idealizes or idolizes the person<br /><br />2. Puerile(adj): of or pertaining to a child or to childhood; childishly foolish; immature or trivial; displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity.<br />Synonyms: youthful, juvenile juvenile, silly, babyish, callow, green, infantile, naive, sophomoric, trifling, trivial, youthful. <br /><br />3. Nadir(n): the lowest point; point of greatest adversity or despair; A point on the celestial sphere directly below the observer, diametrically opposite the zenith; an extreme state of adversity; the lowest point of anything.<br />Synonyms: bottom, floor, foot, depths. <br /><br />4. Doggerel(adj): comic or burlesque, and usually loose or irregular in measure; rude; crude; poor. (n): Crudely or irregularly fashioned verse, often of a humorous or burlesque nature; a comic verse of irregular measure.<br /><br />5. Verse(n): a stanza; a succession of metrical feet written, printed, or orally composed as one line; one of the lines of a poem; a poem, or piece of poetry; The art or work of a poet; one of the short conventional divisions of a chapter of the Bible; a subdivision in any literary work, metrical writing that lacks depth or artistic merit; Metrical writing that lacks depth or artistic merit.<br />Synonyms: ballad, burden, chorus, doggerel, jingle, limerick, metrification, ode, poesy, posy, prosody, refrain, stanza, stave, stich, strophe.<br /><br />6. Outtake(n): a segment of film or videotape edited out of the final version, as because of a technical error; a recording of a song not included in the final release of a record album, as because of a technical error; An opening for outward discharge; a vent. <br /><br />7. Lofty(adj): extending high in the air; of imposing height; exalted in rank, dignity, or character; eminent; arrogantly or condescendingly superior in manner; Of imposing height; of high moral or intellectual value;of imposing height; especially standing out above others.<br />Synonyms: aerial, aery, altitudinous, arduous, arrogant, celestial, condescending, distinguished, divine, elevated, eloquent, eminent, epic, ethereal, exalted, grandiloquent, haughty, imposing, magniloquent, majestic, olympian, overbearing, pompous, soaring, spirituelle, steep, supernal.<br /><br />8. Marbled <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Doggerel:Verse<br /><br />2. Outtake:movie<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Peerless(adj): having no equal; Being such as to have no match; incomparable. <br />Synonyms: unmatched, unequaled; unique, unsurpassed; eminent, immutable, incommensurable, majestic, nonpareil, optimum, paramount, preeminent, sovereign, supereminent, superlative, transcendent, unrivalled, unsurpassable.<br /><br />2. Evident(adj): plain or clear to the sight or understanding, easily seen or understood; obvious; clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; capable of being seen or noticed.<br />Synonyms: apparent, conclusive, conspicuous, glaring, manifest, overt, palpable, patent, transparent, visible, obvious, manifest, unmistakable<br />Antonyms: concealed<br /><br />3. Callow(adj): immature or inexperienced; Lacking adult maturity; boyish; (of a young bird) featherless; unfledged. <br />Synonyms: bald, bare, crude, green, infantile, juvenile, marshy, naive, shallow, tenderfoot, unfledged, youthful; puerile, jejune.<br />Antonyms: mature, adult, experienced.<br /><br />4. Harry(v): to harass, annoy, to ravage, as in war; devastate; to make harassing incursions; To disturb or distress by or as if by repeated attacks; harass; annoy continually or chronically, to disturb or distress by or as if by repeated attacks; harass; To raid, as in war; sack or pillage.<br />Synonyms: molest, plague, trouble; plunder, strip, pillage, agitate, annoy, assault, badger, bedevil, bother, distress, harrow, hector, pester, plague, raid, ravage, sack, tease, torment.<br /><br />5. Trite(adj): lacking in freshness or effectiveness because of constant use or excessive repetition; characterized by hackneyed expressions, ideas, etc; Lacking power to evoke interest through overuse or repetition.<br />Synonyms: banal, bromidic, commonplace, conventional, corny, hackneyed, inane, jejune, passe, pedestrian, platitudinous, prosaic, shopworn, stale, stereotyped, threadbare, trivial, uninspired, vapid, worn. <br />Antonyms: original.<br /><br />6. Immutable(adj): not mutable; unchangeable; changeless; not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature.<br />Synonyms: constant, enduring, eternal, firm, invariable, permanent, solid, unaltered, unchangeable, unchanging. <br /><br />7. Restive (adj): impatient of control, restraint, or delay, as persons; restless; uneasy; refractory; stubborn; refusing to go forward; balky; Uneasily impatient under restriction, opposition, criticism, or delay; resisting control; difficult to control.<br />Synonyms: nervous, unquiet, recalcitrant, disobedient, obstinate.<br />Antonyms: patient, quiet, obedient, tractable.<br /><br />8. Perishables(adj): subject to decay, ruin, or destruction.<br />Synonyms: caducous, deciduous, destructible, ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, fugacious, impermanent, mortal, spoilable, transitory, volatile.<br />Antonyms: imperishable, permanent.<br /><br />9. Finesse(v): to bring about by finesse or artifice; to avoid; circumvent; to accomplish by the use of finesse; To handle with a deceptive or evasive strategy.<br />Synonyms: adeptness, artfulness, artifice, craftiness, cunning, delicacy, dexterity, guile, maneuver, manipulate, refinement, savvy, stratagem, subtlety, tact.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Refrigerator: perishables<br /><br />2. Lamp: illuminate <br /><br />3. Accidental : intentionally <br /><br />4. Finesse: Sculpture<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 4th)<br /><br />Today's words:<br /><br />1. Redoubtable(adj): that is to be feared; formidable; Worthy of respect or honor; Arousing fear or awe; commanding or evoking respect, reverence.<br />Synonyms: awesome, brave, courageous, dreadful, fearful, fearsome, formidable, frightening, illustrious, imminent, terrible, valiant.<br /><br />2. Paltry(adj): Lacking in importance or worth; contemptibly small in amount; ridiculously or insultingly small; utterly worthless; mean or contemptible; utterly worthless.<br />Synonyms: bare, base, contemptible, flimsy, insignificant, mere, petty, picayune, pitiful, trifling, trivial, vile, inconsiderable. <br />Antonyms: important, major.<br /><br />3. Elicit(v): To bring or draw out (something latent); To call forth, draw out, or provoke (a reaction, for example); To arrive at (a truth, for example) by logic.<br />Synonyms: deduce, derive, discover, educe, entice, evoke, extort, extract, induce, wrest, wring.<br /><br />4. Puissant(adj): powerful; mighty; potent.<br /><br />5. Conscientious(adj): controlled by or done according to conscience;careful; particular; Guided by or in accordance with the dictates of conscience; principled <br />Synonyms: upright, honest, faithful, devoted, dedicated; assiduous, diligent, dutiful, fair, meticulous, painstaking, pious, punctual, reliable, scrupulous, sedulous. <br /><br />6. Inexplicable(adj): not explicable; incapable of being accounted for or explained; Difficult or impossible to explain or account for.<br />Synonyms: abstruse, ambiguous, enigmatic, inexplainable, mysterious, obscure, peculiar, preternatural, strange, supermundane, unaccountable, unfathomable.<br /><br />7. Meandering(v): To move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction; To follow a winding and turning course.<br /><br />8. Luminary(n): a body, object, etc., that gives light; a celestial body, as the sun or moon; a person who has attained eminence in his or her field or is an inspiration to others.<br />Synonyms: bigwig, celebrity, dignitary, eminence, notable, planet. <br /><br />9. Illustrious(adj): Well known and very distinguished; widely known and esteemed; highly distinguished; luminous; bright.<br />Synonyms: august, brilliant, distinguished, eminent, exalted, exemplary, famed, formidable, glorious, honorable, honorific, immortal, magnificent, majestic, outstanding, prestigious, prominent, redoubtable, regal, renowned, resplendent, splendid, transcendent.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Meandering : directness<br /><br />2. Luminary : illustrious<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Creating an appealing image has become more important in contemporary society than is the reality or truth behind that image.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a magazine focusing on health and fitness. "A recent study of several nutritional supplements showed that subjects who took a daily pill containing luceen had significantly better vision of distant objects than subjects in the study who took other nutritional supplements. Luceen appears naturally in a tasty fruit that grows on the island of Bonopia, and very few inhabitants of that island wear eyeglasses or other corrective lenses. Such evidence suggests that people who develop vision problems should take regular luceen supplements." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 2nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Dogged(adj): persistent in effort; stubbornly persevering; Stubbornly persevering. (n):a despicable man or youth;an utter failure; an ugly, boring, or crude person; A person regarded as unattractive or uninteresting; something of inferior or low quality.<br />Synonyms: mulish, inflexible, unyielding, confounded, adamant, insistent, obstinate, persevering, persistent, staunch, stubborn, tenacious, unshakable, unyielding. <br /><br />2. Aversion(n): a strong feeling of dislike, opposition; The avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because it has been associated with an unpleasant or painful stimulus.<br />Synonyms: distaste, abhorrence, disgust, antipathy, loathing, abomination, animosity, disdain, disgust, disinclination, dread, enmity, hostility, nausea, opprobrium, recalcitrance, reluctation, repugnance, revulsion, unwillingness.<br />Antonyms: predilection. <br /><br />3. Penchant(n): a strong inclination, taste, or liking for something; A definite liking; a strong inclination.<br />Synonyms: affinity, bias, fondness, inclination, knack, leaning, predilection, proneness, propensity, tendency.<br /><br />4. Tendentious(adj): having or showing a definite tendency, bias, or purpose; having or marked by a strong tendency especially a controversial one; Marked by a strong implicit point of view.<br /><br />5. Unbiased(adj): not biased or prejudiced; fair; impartial,characterized by a lack of partiality.<br />Synonyms: fair, equitable, tolerant, neutral, disinterested, dispassionate, equitable, nonpartisan, objective, unbigoted, unprejudiced.<br /><br />6. Inept(adj): without skill or aptitude for a particular task or assignment; generally awkward or clumsy; haplessly incompetent; inappropriate; unsuitable; out of place; absurd or foolish.<br />Synonyms: unskillful, bungling, stupid, pointless, inane, absurd, awkward, bumbling, clumsy, gauche, improper, inane, inappropriate, inapt, incompetent, ineffectual, inefficient, unbecoming, unfit, unskilled, unsuited.<br />Antonyms: suited.<br /><br />7. Trite(adj): lacking in freshness or effectiveness because of constant use or excessive repetition; Lacking power to evoke interest through overuse or repetition; hackneyed; repeated too often.<br />Synonyms: banal, bromidic, common, commonplace, conventional, corny, dated, dull, everyday, inane, jejune, ordinary, passe, pedestrian, platitudinous, prosaic, routine, shopworn, stale, stereotyped, threadbare, timeworn, trivial, vapid, worn.<br /><br />8. Obfuscate(v): to make so confused or opaque as to be difficult to perceive or understand; to make obscure or unclear; to darken.<br />Synonyms: bewilder, blur, cloud, confuse, dim, garble, muddle, obscure, perplex, puzzle.<br />Antonyms: clarify.<br /><br />9. Ameliorate(v): to make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory; improve; To grow better.<br />Synonyms: advance, improve, progress, promote, recuperate, reform, set up, uplift, amend. <br />Antonyms: worsen. <br /><br />10. Suppress(v): To put an end to forcibly; subdue; To curtail or prohibit the activities of; To keep from being revealed, published, or circulated; control and refrain from showing; of emotions, desires, impulses, or behavior.<br />Synonyms: abolish, annihilate, bridle, censor, choke, conceal, elide, extinguish, gag, hugger-mugger, inhibit, muzzle, oppress, overwhelm, prohibit, quash, quell, refrain, repress, restrain, scotch, smother, squelch, stifle, stunt, subdue, withhold.<br /><br />11. Immutable(adj): not mutable; unchangeable; changeless; not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature.<br />Synonyms: constant, enduring, eternal, firm, invariable, permanent, solid, unaltered, unchangeable, unchanging.<br /><br />12. Ephemeral(adj): lasting a very short time; short-lived; Lasting for a markedly brief time; Living or lasting only for a day, as certain plants or insects do.<br />Synonyms: brief, evanescent, fleeting, momentary, temporary, transient, transitory, unenduring, vague.<br />Antonyms: permanent.<br /><br />13. Durable(adj): capable of withstanding wear and tear and decay; lasting; enduring; Able to perform or compete over a long period, as by avoiding or overcoming injuries<br />Synonyms: constant, dependable, enduring, lasting, permanent, staple, sturdy.<br />Antonyms: weak, transitory.<br /><br />14. Recant(v): to withdraw or disavow a statement, opinion, etc., To make a formal retraction or disavowal of a previously held statement or belief. <br />Synonyms: revoke, recall, rescind, deny, abandon, abjure, abrogate, annul, cancel, disavow, disclaim, renege, renounce, repudiate, retract, unsay, withdraw.<br /><br />15. Quandary(n): a state of perplexity or uncertainty; dilemma; a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one.<br />Synonyms: bind, crisis, dilemma, fix, impasse, jam, pickle, plight, quagmire, scrape. <br /><br />16. Nadir(n): the lowest point; point of greatest adversity or despair; A point on the celestial sphere directly below the observer, diametrically opposite the zenith; an extreme state of adversity; the lowest point of anything.<br />Synonyms: bottom, floor, foot, depths. <br /><br />17. Acme(n): the highest point; summit; peak; The highest point, as of achievement or development.<br />Synonyms: apex, apogee, capstone, climacteric, consummation, crest, culmination, excellence, heyday, meridian, peak, pinnacle, sublimity, vertex, zenith. <br /><br />18. Contentment(n): the state of being contented; satisfaction; ease of mind ; Gratification; pleasure; satisfaction; a source of satisfaction.<br />Synonyms: bliss, comfort, complacency, ease, gladness, happiness, pleasure, satisfaction.<br /><br />19. Abatement(n): decrease; reduction; diminution in amount, degree, or intensity; moderation; The amount lowered; a reduction; the act of eliminating or annulling.<br />Synonyms: lessening, letup, cessation, allowance, deduction, lessening, lull, myosis, rebate, subsidence.<br />Antonyms: intensification, increase <br /><br />20. Coward(adj): lacking courage; very fearful or timid; proceeding from or expressive of fear or timidity.<br />Synonyms: caitiff, craven, dastardly, irresolute, lily-livered, pusillanimous, recreant, timorous, tremulous, poltroon, recreant, milksop. <br /><br />21. Pusillanimous(adj): lacking courage or resolution; cowardly; faint-hearted; timid; Destitute of a manly or courageous strength and firmness of mind; of weak spirit; mean-spirited; spiritless; <br />Synonyms: afraid, chicken, cowardly, fearful, gutless, tame, timid, timorous, frightened.<br /><br />22. Boor(n): A person with rude, clumsy manners and little refinement; a churlish, rude, or unmannerly person a country bumpkin; rustic; yokel.<br />Synonyms: lout, oaf, boob, churl, philistine, vulgarian, barbarian, boorishness, bromide, buffoon, bumpkin, cad, churl, clodhopper, clown, cornball, countryman, dork, dullard, fool, gaucherie, goon, hick, idiot, lummox, peasant, roughneck, rudeness, rustic, rusticity, slave, villein, yokel <br /><br />23. Supplant(v): to replace (one thing) by something else; To usurp the place of, especially through intrigue or underhanded tactics; to take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the like; To displace and substitute for (another).<br />Synonyms: succeed, depose, eject, oust, overthrow, supersede, undermine, usurp.<br /><br />24. Turncoat(n): a person who changes to the opposite party or faction, reverses principles; etc.; a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc.<br />Synonyms: apostate, betrayer, defector, deserter, renegade, spy, traitor. <br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Disaffected: Contentment<br /><br />2. Abatement: Intensify<br /><br />3. Coward: Pusilanimous<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till july 1st)<br /><br /><br />1. Nadir(n): the lowest point; point of greatest adversity or despair; A point on the celestial sphere directly below the observer, diametrically opposite the zenith; an extreme state of adversity; the lowest point of anything<br />Synonyms: bottom, floor, foot, depths. <br /><br />2. Acme(n): the highest point; summit; peak; The highest point, as of achievement or development.<br />Synonyms: apex, apogee, capstone, climacteric, consummation, crest, culmination, excellence, heyday, meridian, peak, pinnacle, sublimity, vertex, zenith. <br /><br />3. Preach(v): to give earnest advice, as on religious or moral subjects or the like; to do this in an obtrusive or tedious way; to advocate or inculcate (religious or moral truth, right conduct, etc.) in speech or writing; To give religious or moral instruction, especially in a tedious manner. <br />Synonyms: advocate, evangelize, exhort, lecture, moralize, proclaim, profess, sermonize, profess, pronounce, expound.<br /><br />4. Curb(n): anything that restrains or controls; a restraint; check; an enclosing framework or border; an enclosing framework or border.<br />Synonyms: bridle, repress. <br />Antonyms: encourage.<br /><br />5. Pacify(v): to bring or restore to a state of peace or tranquillity; quiet; calm; to appease; To end war, fighting, or violence in; establish peace in; to ease the anger or agitation of.<br />Synonyms: soothe, mollify, assuage, abate, allay, alleviate, ameliorate, appease, conciliate, lull, mitigate, moderate, palliate, placate, propitiate, reconcile, salve, sedate, serene, subdue, tame, tranquilize.<br />Antonyms: anger, enrage.<br /><br />6. Vulnerable(adj): open to moral attack, criticism, temptation, etc; Susceptible to physical or emotional injury; capable of being wounded or hurt; Open to censure or criticism.<br />Synonyms: accessible, assailable, defenseless, insecure, liable, susceptible, unguarded.<br /><br />7. Rile(v): to irritate or vex; to roil (water or the like); To stir to anger.<br />Synonyms: agitate, annoy, bother, bug, gall, irk, needle, nettle, peeve, roil, upset, vex; provoke, chafe; disfigure, deface; <br /><br />8. Mar(v): to damage or spoil to a certain extent; render less perfect, attractive; To inflict damage, especially disfiguring damage, on; To impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of; spoil. <br />Synonyms: blemish, botch, bruise, deform, disfigure, flaw, impair, injure, mangle, mark, nick, ruin, scar, scratch, spoil, tarnish. <br />Antonyms: enhance, adorn.<br /><br />9. Havoc(n): great destruction or devastation; ruinous damage; Disorder or chaos; violent and needless disturbance.<br />Synonyms: chaos, confusion, destruction, devastate, devastation, disruption, mayhem, pillage, ravage, ruin, upheaval; desolation.<br /><br />10. Inept(adj): without skill or aptitude for a particular task or assignment; generally awkward or clumsy; haplessly incompetent; inappropriate; unsuitable; out of place; absurd or foolish<br />Synonyms: unskillful, bungling, stupid, pointless, inane, absurd, awkward, bumbling, clumsy, gauche, improper, inane, inappropriate, inapt, incompetent, ineffectual, inefficient, unbecoming, unfit, unskilled, unsuited.<br />Antonyms: suited.<br /><br />11. Sanctuary(n): a sacred or holy place; any place of refuge; a tract of land where birds and wildlife; any place of refuge; asylum<br />Synonyms: church, altar, shrine, sanctum, adytum, preserve, asylum, chapel, convent, den, haven, hospice, monastery, oasis, preserve, retreat, sacrarium, sanctum, shrine, tabernacle.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Sanctuary: Protection<br /><br />2. Accelaration: Velocity <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is the artist, not the critic who provide the society the things of lasting valuecircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-28752106322361201222008-08-04T09:52:00.000-07:002008-10-04T09:53:37.877-07:00AUGUST VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 29th)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Mind<br /><br />2. Descendent<br /><br />3. Surplus<br /><br />4. Munificent <br /><br />5. Parsimony <br /><br />6. Conciseness <br /><br />7. Aphorism<br /><br />8. Recalcitrant<br /><br />9. Choir<br /><br />10. Pariah<br /><br />11. Ostracize<br /><br />12. Peripatetic<br /><br />13. Evoke<br /><br />14. Zesty <br /><br />15. Testy<br /><br />16. Nonconformity <br /><br />17. Diaphanous <br /><br />18. Plummet<br /><br />19. Subpoena<br /><br />20. Succinct<br /><br />21. Extraneous<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Choir: Singer<br /><br />2. Conciseness: Aphorism<br /><br />3. Pariah: Ostracize<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Too much emphasis is given to role models. Instead, we must think independently and make our own decisions.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 28th)<br /><br /><br />1. Formidable<br /><br />2. Veracious<br /><br />3. Galvanize<br /><br />4. Creep<br /><br />5. Awe<br /><br />6. Puerile<br /><br />7. Barbiturate<br /><br />8. Quandary<br /><br />9. Delegation<br /><br />10. Erudite<br /><br />11. Latent<br /><br />12. Saunter<br /><br />13. Harangue<br /><br />14. Molify<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Formidable: awe<br /><br />2. Saunter: walk<br /><br />3. Harangue: mollify<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Education is effective only when it is designed to meet the individual needs and interests of every Student.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 27th)<br /><br /><br />1. Evoke<br /><br />2. Denigrate<br /><br />3. Relegate<br /><br />4. Recalcitrant <br /><br />5. Venerate <br /><br />6. Prolong<br /><br />7. Summarize<br /><br />8. Merge <br /><br />9. Telling<br /><br />10. Quaff<br /><br />11. Coagulate<br /><br />12. Laconic<br /><br />13. Lubrication<br /><br />14. Extol<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Lubrication: Friction<br /><br />2. Quaff: Sip <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. To be a good leader one must have his, own principles and objective. The person who is influenced by the views and opinions of the others, can accomplish only little.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 26th)<br /><br /><br />1. Diaphanous<br /><br />2. Translucent<br /><br />3. Prolong<br /><br />4. Extrinsic<br /><br />5. Strictures<br /><br />6. Recalcitrant<br /><br />8. Sordid<br /><br />9. Archaic <br /><br />10. Assiduous<br /><br />11. Zealot<br /><br />12. Vindictive<br /><br />13. Incogitant<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Incogitant: thoughtfulness<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "Human mind is more superior than machine because afterall humans made all machine and tools."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 25th)<br /><br /><br />1.Sensitive<br /><br />2.Supercilious<br /><br />3.Serendipitous<br /><br />4.Reel<br /><br />5.Remote<br /><br />6.Arcane<br /><br />7.Antidote<br /><br />8.Veto<br /><br />9.Transience<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Serendipitous: Effort<br /><br />2.Antidote: Poison<br /><br />3.Veto: Prohibitive<br /><br />4.Analgesic: Pain<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.Students should develop skepticism rather than accepting the subjects passively.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 22nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Extricate<br /><br />2. Zoning<br /><br />3. Decentralization<br /><br />4. Antique<br /><br />5. Secrete<br /><br />6. Extinct<br /><br />7. Disclaim<br /><br />8. Arcane<br /><br />9. Remote<br /><br />10. Anachronism<br /><br />11. Barricade<br /><br />12. Malleable<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Barricade: traffic<br /><br />2. Malleable: shape<br /><br />3. Antidote: poison<br /><br />4. Carpentry: Craft<br /><br />5. Door: Wall<br /><br />6. Porous: membrane<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 21st)<br /><br /><br />1. Supercilious<br /><br />2. Extol<br /><br />3. Reel<br /><br />4. Flagging <br /><br />5. Tendentious <br /><br />6. Exacerbate<br /><br />7. Fatuous <br /><br />8. Antidote<br /><br />9. Connive<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Journal: Entries <br /><br />2. Antidote: Poison<br /><br />3. Connive: Cooperate<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Humanity has not developed to a great extent like technological innovation. War, violence and poverty exists in the world. Technological progress has led to the decline in humanity. <br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1.This article appeared in the Health and beauty magazine. "A group of volunteers who were customers participated in an experiment for the new Luxcess Face Cream. The volunteers washed their face with soap daily in the morning and applied Luxcess Face cream. After a month most of the volunteers experienced a marked improvement in the way their skin looked or felt. Truly, Laxness is an excellent face cream". <br /><br />(Given topics were similar to the above) <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 20th)<br /><br /><br />1. Zenith<br /><br />2. Nadir <br /><br />3. Plummet<br /><br />4. Assiduous <br /><br />5. Ephemeral <br /><br />6. Mordant<br /><br />7. Extol <br /><br />8. Qualified<br /><br />9. Temerity<br /><br />10. Acrimony<br /><br />11. Precarious<br /><br />12. Arcane<br /><br />13. Crestfallen<br /><br />14. Stygian<br /><br />15. Cogent<br /><br />16. Substantiate<br /><br />17. Articulate<br /><br />18. Squabble<br /><br />19. Misanthrope<br /><br />20. Amicable<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Door: Wall <br /><br />2. Pore: membrane<br /><br />3. Squabble: dispute<br /><br />4. Charity: Misanthrope<br /><br />5. Amicable: friendly<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "Looks and dress tell about a person attitude and behavior".<br /><br />2. History teaches us only one thing: history does not help us to take our current decisions.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. There is a toy factory which has reported 20% loss in last 3 quarters, therefore the president of the company should be fired and replaced with another one, who is from a company which has made profits.(The topic is some thing like this) <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. Timorous<br /><br />2. Prudent<br /><br />3. Moderate<br /><br />4. Hasten<br /><br />5. Abase<br /><br />6. Quench<br /><br />7. Descry<br /><br />8. Jarred<br /><br />9. Accolade<br /><br />10. Qualified<br /><br />11. Castle<br /><br />12. Moat<br /><br />13. Mnemonics<br /><br />14. Antidote<br /><br />15. Balm<br /><br />16. Sedative<br /><br />17. Nitpick<br /><br />18. Vaunt <br /><br />19. Pliable<br /><br />20. Unassuming<br /><br />21. Secrete<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Castle: Moat<br /><br />2. Mnemonics: Word<br /><br />3. Antidote: Poison<br /><br />4. Balm: Itching<br /><br />5. Sedative: Sleep<br /><br />6. Zoning: Land<br /><br />7. Journal: Entries<br /><br />8. Nitpick: Criticize<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Technology is used to degrade the human life than to improve it.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 18th)<br /><br /><br />1. Connive<br /><br />2. Assiduous <br /><br />3. Superficial<br /><br />4. Discordant<br /><br />5. Sequential<br /><br />6. Tether<br /><br />7. Haphazard<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Spy: watch<br /><br />2. Haphazard: order<br /><br />3. Orchestra: musician<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "Humanity has made little real progress over the past century or so. Technological innovations have taken place, but the overall condition of humanity is no better. War, violence, and poverty are still with us. Technology cannot change the condition of humanity."<br /><br />2. The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were made possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten."<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following is a memorandum from the business manager of WLSS television station. "Over the past year, our late-night news program has devoted increasingly more time to covering national news and less time to covering weather and local news. During the same time period, most of the complaints we received from viewers were concerned with the station's coverage of weather and local news. In addition, several local businesses that used to run advertisements during our late-night news program have just cancelled their advertising contracts with us. Therefore, in order to attract more viewers to our news programs and to avoid losing any further advertising revenues, we should expand the coverage of weather and local news on all our news programs." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. Enervate<br /><br />2. Vindictive<br /><br />3. Querulous<br /><br />4. Adumbration<br /><br />5. Accrue<br /><br />6. Elucidate<br /><br />7. Prognosis<br /><br />8. Pervasive<br /><br />9. Effrontery<br /><br />10. Congeal<br /><br />11. Camouflage<br /><br />12. Vehemence<br /><br />13. Charlatan<br /><br />14. Doctrine<br /><br />15. Distress<br /><br />16. Banal <br /><br />17. Hackneyed<br /><br />18. Suppress<br /><br />19. Prosaic<br /><br />20. Thwart<br /><br />21. Venerate<br /><br />22. Quell<br /><br />23. Nebulous<br /><br />24. Exalted<br /><br />25. Perpetual<br /><br />26. Desiccant<br /><br />27. Palliate<br /><br />28. Disabuse<br /><br />29. Enfeeble<br /><br />30. Vigor<br /><br />31. Exonerate<br /><br />32. Disdain<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Though many people know the ways to success, only great people utilize it effectively.<br /><br />2. In present day professions and academics, importance is given to imagination than knowledge.<br /><br />3. The primary goal of technological advancement should be to increase people's efficiency so that everyone has more leisure time.<br /><br />4. It is difficult to follow tradition and technology, when one has to choose between them. <br /><br />5. The Laws should not always be rigid. They should be flexible and take into account the circumstances, times and places of the occurrence of crime.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. Collectors prize the ancient life-size clay statues of human figures made on Kali Island but have long wondered how the Kalinese artists were able to depict bodies with such realistic precision. Since archeologists have recently discovered molds of human heads and hands on Kali, we can now conclude that the ancient Kalinese artists used molds of actual bodies, not sculpting tools and techniques, to create these statues. This discovery explains why Kalinese miniature statues were abstract and entirely different in style: molds could only be used for life-size sculptures. It also explains why few ancient Kalinese sculpting tools have been found. In light of this development, collectors should expect the life-size sculptures to decrease in value and the miniatures to increase in value. <br /><br />2. The following was posted on an Internet real estate discussion site.<br />"Of the two leading real estate firms in our town — Adams Realty and Fitch Realty — Adams is clearly superior. Adams has 40 real estate agents. In contrast, Fitch has 25, many of whom work only part-time. Moreover, Adams' revenue last year was twice as high as that of Fitch, and included home sales that averaged $168,000, compared to Fitch's $144,000. Homes listed with Adams sell faster as well: Ten years ago, I listed my home with Fitch and it took more than four months to sell; last year, when I sold another home, I listed it with Adams, and it took only one month. Thus, if you want to sell your home quickly and at a good price, you should use Adams." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. Maligner<br /><br />2. Infuse<br /><br />3. Camouflaged<br /><br />4. Liken<br /><br />5. Congeal<br /><br />6. Slump<br /><br />7. Tether<br /><br />8. Mottled<br /><br />9. Pliant<br /><br />10. Tortuous<br /><br />11. Gregarious<br /><br />12. Sociability<br /><br />13. Nebulous<br /><br />14. Teeter<br /><br />15. Serpentine<br /><br />16. Blighted<br /><br />17. Everlasting<br /><br />18. Eulogy<br /><br />19. Shirk<br /><br />20. Philanthropist<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Eulogy: speech<br /><br />2. Shirk: duty<br /><br />3. Philanthropist: generosity<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.Video recording is more important means of documenting ontemporary life than a written record.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. Aggrieve<br /><br />2. Proselytizer<br /><br />3. Vacillate<br /><br />4. Obdurate<br /><br />5. Slight<br /><br />6. Haphazard <br /><br />7. Camouflage<br /><br />8. Celerity<br /><br />9. Polarize <br /><br />10. Limp<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Unmatched: equaled<br /><br />2. Limp: Walk<br /><br />3. Artisan: potter<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 11th)<br /><br /><br />1.Haphazard<br /><br />2.Caustic<br /><br />3.Instill<br /><br />4.Decentralization<br /><br />5.Peripheral<br /><br />6.Oblivious<br /><br />7.Quell<br /><br />8.Assuage<br /><br />9.Finicky<br /><br />10.Gourmet<br /><br />11.Disband.<br /><br />12.Dodder<br /><br />13.Wince<br /><br />14.Instill<br /><br />15.Integral<br /><br />16.Desecrate<br /><br />17.Disgruntle<br /><br />18.Facetious<br /><br />19.Curb<br /><br />20.Prairie<br /><br />21.Sycophant<br /><br />22.Ballad<br /><br />23.Limp<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Zoning: land<br /><br />2.Pain: wince <br /><br />3.Dodder : walk<br /><br />4.Grandstand: impress<br /><br />5.Prairie : trees<br /><br />6.Flattery : sycophant<br /><br />7.Song : ballad<br /><br />8.Limp : Walk<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Natatorium <br /><br />2. Gainsay<br /><br />3. Procrastinate <br /><br />4. Disabashment<br /><br />5. Embarassment<br /><br />6. Vituperative<br /><br />7. Torpor<br /><br />8. Scathed<br /><br />9. Vacillate<br /><br />10. Transcend<br /><br />11. Subpoena<br /><br />12. Fraught<br /><br />13. Placidity<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Disabashment:Embarrassement<br /><br />2. Fraught: placidity<br /><br />3. Novelist: book<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. High-speed electronic communications media, such as electronic mail and television, tend to prevent meaningful and thoughtful communication. <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. Quarantine<br /><br />2. Accolade<br /><br />3. Grill <br /><br />4. Invigorate<br /><br />5. Delegation<br /><br />6. Imprudent<br /><br />7. Contrite<br /><br />8. Laconic<br /><br />9. Deftness<br /><br />10. Mirth <br /><br />11. Pulchritude<br /><br />12. Harangue<br /><br />13. Mollify<br /><br />14. Ladle<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Spectacles : Look<br /><br />2. Soup: ladle<br /><br />3. Harangue: mollify<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following is a recommendation from the personnel director to the president of Acme Publishing Company. <br />"Many other companies have recently stated that having their employees take the Easy Read Speed-Reading Course has greatly improved productivity. One graduate of the course was able to read a five-hundred-page report in only two hours; another graduate rose from an assistant manager to vice president of the company in under a year. Obviously, the faster you can read, the more information you can absorb in a single workday. Moreover, Easy Read costs only $500 per employee — a small price to pay when you consider the benefits to Acme. Included in this fee is a three-week seminar in Spruce City and a lifelong subscription to the Easy Read newsletter. Clearly, Acme would benefit greatly by requiring all of our employees to take the Easy Read course." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 6th)<br /><br /><br />1. Charlatan<br /><br />2. Facetious<br /><br />3. Harebrained<br /><br />4. Hasten <br /><br />5. Tantalizing<br /><br />6. Instill <br /><br />7. Lampoon<br /><br />8. Shun<br /><br />9. Clairvoyant<br /><br />10. Decentralization<br /><br />11. Lubrication<br /><br />12. Saboteur<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Lubrication: Friction <br /><br />2. Saboteur: Disrupt <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Luxurious life is a hindrance for the growth of individualism in the youth.<br /><br />2. In order to improve the quality of education in universities and colleges the faculty must be required to work outside the academic world in the industries pertaining to the subjects they teach.<br /><br />3. In any field, imagination is more important than knowledge.<br /><br />4. An individual`s greatness cannot be judged objectively by his or her contemporaries; the most objective evaluators of a person`s greatness are people who belong to a later time.<br /><br />5. Government should place few, if any, restrictions on scientific research and development. <br /><br /><br />Argument Topic: <br /><br />1. A college dean in his memo "This college needs a new dormitory to be built as it will be inadequate for the new students keeping in view the increasing admissions in the college and its protraction after 50 years. Moreover the new building would attract more prospective students."<br />(It is something like that)<br /><br />2. In order to curb the growing cases of cheating in educational institutes we should adopt the Groverton system.The Grovertan calls for a honour council where students themselves are made members and they should report cheating cases to the faculty. Statistics of the report conducted in two years indicated that in use of such system the cases reported dropped by half in the next year. Hence all college can adopt this system. <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Evoke<br /><br />2. Indispensable<br /><br />3. Cognizance<br /><br />4. Stringent<br /><br />5. Chary<br /><br />6. Decentralization<br /><br />7. Hygiene<br /><br />8. Effervescive<br /><br />9. Instill<br /><br />10. Snarl<br /><br />11. Facetious <br /><br />12. Harebrained<br /><br />13. Measly<br /><br />14. Disgruntled<br /><br />15. Predilection<br /><br />16. Bestow<br /><br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Song: ballad <br /><br />2. Stanza: poem<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. High speed electronic media like electronic mails and televisions are tending to prevent effective and thoughtful communication.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 4th)<br /><br /><br />1.Maveric<br /><br />2. Hasten<br /><br />3. Ambivalence<br /><br />3. Obfuscate<br /><br />4. Argentums<br /><br />5. Sacrosanct<br /><br /><br />Issue topic:<br /><br />1. "If a goal is worthy, then any means taken to attain is justifiable."<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Aug 1st)<br /><br /><br />1. Instill(v): to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings; to introduce by gradual, persistent efforts;To pour in (medicine, for example) drop by drop; to introduce (feelings, etc.) little by little; fill, as with a certain quality.<br />Synonyms: inculcate, engender, imbue, impart, implant, impregnate, impress, inculcate, indoctrinate, infiltrate, infix, infuse, inject, insert, insinuate. <br /><br />2. Decentralization(v): to disperse (something) from an area of concentration; to distribute the administrative functions or powers of (a central authority) among several local authorities; To undergo redistribution or dispersal away from a central location or authority.<br /><br />3. Peripheral(adj): concerned with relatively minor, irrelevant, or superficial aspects of the subject in question; Related to, located in, or constituting an outer boundary or periphery; Of minor relevance or importance; External; away from the center; as, the peripheral portion of the nervous system. <br />Synonyms: circumferential, distal, distant, external, incidental, marginal, secondary, surface.<br /><br />4. Oblivious(adj): unmindful; unconscious; unaware; forgetful; without remembrance or memory; lacking all memory; lacking conscious awareness; unmindful; unaware of or not paying attention to.<br />Synonyms: absentminded, disregardful, heedless, inattentive, preoccupied, unaware, unconscious, unmindful, unnoticing, unwitting. <br /><br />5. Zoning(v): to divide (a city, town, neighborhood, etc.) into areas subject to special restrictions on any existing or proposed buildings; to surround or encircle with or as if with a belt or girdle; to designate or mark off into zones. <br />(Adj): (esp. in city planning) of or pertaining to the division of an area into zones, as to restrict the number and types of buildings and their uses.<br /><br />6. Wince(v): to draw back or tense the body, as from pain or from a blow; to shrink or start involuntarily, as in pain or distress; make a face indicating disgust or dislike; to start or jump with pain.<br />Synonyms: cower, cringe, flinch, gesture, grimace, movement, quail, recoil, reel, shrink; blench. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Zoning: Land<br /><br />2. Pain: Wince<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is often necessary and desirable for the political leaders to withhold information from public. <br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. A letter is written to the head of the tourism of tria island. The island is facing a great problem of errosion so we have to charge the people visiting . This may decrease the no of visitors. With the fund raised we can replenish the sand in the island. Like the island Batia did we can protect the buildings from damage by replenishing sand. in the long term tourism can be developed and more people are attracted.circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-66027839010258337762008-09-04T09:51:00.000-07:002008-10-04T09:52:34.002-07:00SEPTEMBER VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 30th)<br /><br /><br /><br />1. Havoc(n): great destruction or devastation; ruinous damage; to create confusion or disorder in; chaos; violent and needless disturbance.<br />Synonyms: desolation, waste, chaos, demolition, desolation, devastate, disruption, mayhem, pillage, ravage, ruin, upheaval, wreck.<br /><br />2.Tumultuousness(adj): highly agitated, as the mind or emotions; distraught; characterized by tumult; noisy and disorderly; raising a great clatter and commotion.<br />Synonyms: uproarious, turbulent, violent, boisterous, unquiet.<br />Antonyms: calm, quiet. <br /><br />3.Virtuoso(n): a person who has special knowledge or skill in a field; a person who has a cultivated appreciation of artistic e xcellence; a person who has special interest or knowledge in the arts and sciences; scientist; scholar; a person who excels in musical technique or execution; a very learned person. <br />Synonyms: artist, artiste, connoisseur, dilettante, expert, master, musician, savant, soloist, whiz.<br /><br />4.Transitory(adj): not lasting, enduring, permanent, or eternal; lasting only a short time; brief; short-lived; temporary.<br />Synonyms: temporary, ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, fly by night, fugacious, impermanent, passing, transient. <br />Antonyms: permanent.<br /><br />5. Rudimentry(adj): Of or relating to basic facts or principles; elementary; being in the earliest stages of development.<br />Synonyms: abecedarian, abecedary, abortive, basic, beginning, contingent, elementary, embryonic, fragmental, fundamental, germinal, inchoate, incipient, incomplete, initial, nascent, potential, primary, simple, undeveloped, vestigial.<br />Antonyms: advanced, mature.<br /><br />6. Extinct(adj): no longer in existence; that has ended or died out; no longer in use; no longer burning or active; being out or having grown cold; extinguished; quenched.<br />Synonyms: defunct, gone, vanished; antiquated, archaic, bygone, defunct, disappeared, extinguished, obsolete, vanished. <br /><br />7. Dissipate(v): to scatter in various directions;to spend or use wastefully or extravagantly; to become scattered or dispersed; be dispelled; disintegrate; to drive away.<br />Synonyms: consume, deplete, diffuse, disappear, dispel, disperse, dissolve, evanesce, evaporate, expend, fritter, misuse, overindulge, scatter, spend, squander, waste.<br />Antonyms: unite.<br /><br />8. Deft(adj): Quick and skillful; clever; skillful in physical movements; especially of the hands.<br />Synonyms: able, adroit, agile, apt, clever, dexterous, dextrous, expert, fleet, handy, neat, nimble, proficient, quick, skillful.<br /><br />9. Hushed(v): To make silent or quiet.; to calm; soothe; to keep from public knowledge; suppress mention of.<br /><br />10. Purity(n): the condition or quality of being pure; freedom from anything that debases, contaminates, pollutes, etc; being undiluted or unmixed with extraneous material; freedom from guilt or evil; innocence.<br />Synonyms: chastity, cleanliness, continence, holiness, innocence, piety, sanctitude, impurity <br /><br />11. Parsimonious(adj): excessively unwilling to spend; sparing in expenditure of money; excessively sparing or frugal; characterized by or showing parsimony.<br />Synonyms: tight, close, niggardly, miserly, illiberal, mean, penurious; avaricious, covetous, penurious; saving; mean; stingy; frugal.<br />Antonyms: generous<br /><br />12. Skimp(v): to scrimp; scanty; to deal with hastily, carelessly, or with poor material; to provide for or supply inadequately; to be stingy or very thrifty; limit in quality or quantity; subsist on a meager allowance; to slight; to do carelessly.<br />Synonyms: stint, pinch, scamp, economize, pinch, sacrifice, save, scrape, scrimp, slight.<br /><br />13. Commensurate(adj): having the same measure; of equal extent or duration; corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree; proportionate; adequate.<br />Synonyms: adequate, appropriate, balanced, corresponding, equivalent, parallel, proportional, square.<br /><br />14. Jaundice(n): a state of feeling in which views are prejudiced or judgment is distorted, as by envy or resentment; A state or feeling of negativity or bitterness arising especially from envy or world-weariness.<br />Synonyms: prejudice, prepossess, warp.<br /><br />15. Categorical(adj): without exceptions or conditions; absolute; unqualified and unconditional; of, pertaining to, or in a category.<br />Synonyms: positive, flat, downright, absolute, certain, emphatic, explicit, flat, specific, sure, unequivocal, unmitigated, unqualified. <br /><br />16. Manumit(v): to release from slavery or servitude; to free from slavery or bondage; emancipate.<br />Synonyms: discharge, emancipate, liberate, loose, release, let loose.<br /><br />17. Precis(n): a concise summary; a concise summary of a book, article, or other text; an abstract; a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory.<br />Synonyms: abridgement, abstract, condensation, digest, epitome, summary, synopsis.<br /><br />18. Precipitate(v): to hasten the occurrence of; bring about prematurely, hastily, or suddenly; to cast down headlong; fling or hurl down; to separate from a solution as a precipitate.<br />Synonyms: abrupt, accelerate, brash, expedite, fall, hasten, hasty, headlong, hurl, hurried, hurry, impatient, impetuous, impulsive, madcap, precipitous, rash, reckless, sleet, speed, sudden, throw, unexpected.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Parsimonious: Skimp<br /><br />2. Malingerer: Shirk<br /><br />3. Pain: wince<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 29th)<br /><br /><br />1. Contemplative<br /><br />2. Thoughtful<br /><br />3. Immutable<br /><br />4. Perspicacity<br /><br />5. Apparel<br /><br />6. Reproach<br /><br />7. Bane<br /><br />8. Providential<br /><br />9. Perpetual<br /><br />10. Cogent<br /><br />11. Adamant <br /><br />12. Meek<br /><br />13. Havoc<br /><br />14. Alibi<br /><br />15. Chagrin<br /><br />16. Tendentious<br /><br />17. Diaphanous<br /><br />18. Ponderous<br /><br />19. Flinch<br /><br />20. Filmstrip<br /><br />21. Quaff<br /><br />22. Precipitous<br /><br />23. Somnambulist<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Filmstrip: Frames<br /><br />2. Quaff: Sip<br /><br />3. Malfunction: Failsafe<br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Laws are of two types: just and the unjust, everyone should obey just laws and more importantly, should obey unjust laws.<br />(Something like that)<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 26th)<br /><br /><br />1. Zesty<br /><br />2. Slouch<br /><br />3. Nuance<br /><br />4. Pastiche<br /><br />5. Indolent<br /><br />6. Variegated<br /><br />7. Prostate<br /><br />8. Cogent<br /><br />9. Failsafe<br /><br />10. Truncate<br /><br />11. Malfunction<br /><br />12. Friated<br /><br />13. Penurious<br /><br />14. Compotes<br /><br />15. Spurious<br /><br />16. Adamant<br /><br />17. Quell <br /><br />` 18. Nonconformity<br /><br />19. Apocalyptic<br /><br />20. Devout<br /><br />21. Deprave<br /><br />22. Inconsequential <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Grammar: Language<br /><br />2. Truncate: Length<br /><br />3. Zoning: Region<br /><br />4. Malfunction: Failsafe<br /><br /><br />Issue topic:<br />1. Facts are stubborn things, these are the things which cannot be altered.<br />(Its something like that)<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. A company is facing loss due to the new and luxary cars available in the market and nobudy want to buy the old models...<br />(some topic similar to this)<br /><br />2. This was an article from health and beauty magazine. There are five volunteers who have participated in a show.There is a beauty product named Luxess face cream which is new to the market.The volunteers daily morning wash their face with a mild soap and apply this face cream.After a month they will see an improvement in their skin which gives them a glow.so u need to write on it basically. <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 25th)<br /><br /><br />1. Venerate<br /><br />2. Attenuate<br /><br />3. Cogent<br /><br />4. Minute<br /><br />5. Frequent<br /><br />6. Taint<br /><br />7. Noisome <br /><br />8. Alibi<br /><br />9. Sangfroid<br /><br />10. Effete<br /><br />11. Recalcitrant<br /><br />12. Dissuade<br /><br />13. Polly <br /><br />14. Amish<br /><br />15. Afflatus<br /><br />16. Comport<br /><br />17. Havoc<br /><br />18. Awry<br /><br />19. Brusque<br /><br />20. Cessation<br /><br />21. Archipelago<br /><br />22. Dampen<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Attenuate: Density<br /><br />2. Recalcitrant: Stubbornness<br /><br />3. Archipelago: Islands<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. Issue<br /><br />2. Effervescent<br /><br />3. Hidebound<br /><br />4. Innovation<br /><br />5. Vitality <br /><br />6. Enervate <br /><br />7. Procrastinate<br /><br />8. Adulterate<br /><br />9. Ruminative<br /><br />10. Squall<br /><br />11. Commotion<br /><br />12. Exorbitant<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Chat: Talk<br /><br />2. Hidebound: Innovation<br /><br />3. Squall: Commotion<br /><br />4. Exorbitant: Moderation<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. High-speed electronic communications media, such as electronic mail and television, tend to prevent meaningful and thoughtful communication.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a memorandum from a dean at Omega University. "Fifteen years ago, Omega University implemented a new procedure that encouraged students to evaluate the teaching effectiveness of all their professors. Since that time, Omega professors have begun to assign higher grades in their classes, and overall student grade averages at Omega have risen by thirty percent. Potential employers apparently believe the grades at Omega are inflated; this would explain why Omega graduates have not been as successful at getting jobs as have graduates from nearby Alpha University. To enable its graduates to secure better jobs, Omega University should now terminate student evaluation of professors." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 23rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Moxie<br /><br />2. Sangfroid<br /><br />3. Gilt<br /><br />4. Alibi<br /><br />5. Tumultuous<br /><br />6. Irrepressible<br /><br />7. Recalcitrant<br /><br />8. Spurious <br /><br />9. Effete<br /><br />10. Hygienic<br /><br />11. Snare<br /><br />12. Tree <br /><br />13. Bark<br /><br />14. Fetter<br /><br />15. Prostrate<br /><br />16. Jejune<br /><br />17. Suffragist<br /><br />18. Inconspicuous<br /><br />19. Hygienic<br /><br />20. Hangdog<br /><br />21. Conundrum<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Collapse: Volume<br /><br />2. Conundrum: solve<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The only responsibility for corporate executives as long as they stay within the law is to increase money for the company.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 22nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Foment<br /><br />2. Fractious<br /><br />3. Disaffected<br /><br />4. Contentment<br /><br />5. Pan<br /><br />6. Spurious<br /><br />7. Ponderous<br /><br />8. Rapacious<br /><br />9. Quislings<br /><br />10. Unctuous<br /><br />11. Impertinent<br /><br />12. Addendum<br /><br />13. Instigate<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Addendum:Document <br /><br />2. Instigate: provoke<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Progress is best made through discussion among people who have contrasting points of view. <br /><br />2. "Human mind is more superior than machine because afterall humans made all machine and tools."<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. Circumlocution<br /><br />2. Ardent<br /><br />3. Awe <br /><br />4. Husk<br /><br />5. Meet<br /><br />6. Gibberish<br /><br />7. Imminent<br /><br />8. Denounce<br /><br />9. Recalcitrant<br /><br />10. Modicum<br /><br />11. Hapless<br /><br />12. Quip<br /><br />13. Lode <br /><br />14. Vitality<br /><br />15. Plethora<br /><br />16. Ragtime<br /><br />17. Sporadic<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Gibberish: Intelligent<br /><br />2. Talk: Chat<br /><br />3. Recalcitrant: Stubbornness <br /><br />4. Drench: Wet<br /><br />5. Music: Ragtime<br /><br />6. Mine: Ore<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 18th)<br /><br /><br />1. Calcify<br /><br />2. Coagulant<br /><br />3. Plaudit<br /><br />4. Banquet<br /><br />5. Ineluctable<br /><br />6. Teetotaler<br /><br />7. Volubility<br /><br />8. Gag<br /><br />9. Gainsay<br /><br />10. Distraught<br /><br />11.Procrastinate<br /><br />12. Dire<br /><br />13. Ladle<br /><br />14. Gratuitous <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Comprehensive: dire<br /><br />2. Soup: ladle<br /><br />3. Gratuitous : justification<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The laws should not be rigid, they should be flexible according to the circumstance, place, time etc.<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 17th)<br /><br /><br />1. Mire<br /><br />2. Novice<br /><br />3. Timeworn<br /><br />4. Desiccate<br /><br />5. Malodorous<br /><br />6. Scent<br /><br />7. Lode<br /><br />8. Quell<br /><br />9. Incumbent<br /><br />10. Dormant<br /><br />11. Sap<br /><br />12. Enervate<br /><br />13. Interloper<br /><br />14. Intruder<br /><br /><br />Analogies: <br /><br />1. Malodorous: Scent<br /><br />2. Enervate:Strength<br /><br />3. Interloper: Intruder<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 16th)<br /><br /><br />1. Plentitude<br /><br />2. Paucity<br /><br />3. Quip<br /><br />4. Coddle<br /><br />5. Arid<br /><br />6. Quaff<br /><br />7. Gobble<br /><br />8. Bolt<br /><br />9. Intractable<br /><br />10. Satiate<br /><br />11. Timeworn<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Arid: Dry<br /><br />2. Quaff: Sip<br /><br />3. Timeworn: Novel<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. Defame<br /><br />2. Tepid<br /><br />3. Deft<br /><br />4. Continuum<br /><br />5. Testy<br /><br />6. Gadfly<br /><br />7. Inveterate<br /><br />8. Mettle<br /><br />9. Assuage<br /><br />10. Drawl<br /><br />11. Prostate<br /><br />12. Inert<br /><br />13. Congeal<br /><br />14. Contumacious<br /><br />15. Artlessness<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Queue: People<br /><br />2. Contumacious: Authority<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Only mistakes leads to discovery and progress.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. Exalt<br /><br />2. Inert<br /><br />3. Enigmatic <br /><br />4. Artless<br /><br />5. Pout<br /><br />6. Clairvoyant<br /><br />7. Embezzle<br /><br />8. Procrastinate <br /><br />9. Friated<br /><br />10. Crumbled<br /><br />11. Gratuitous<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Friated: Crumbled<br /><br />2. Gratuitous: justification <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Most of the people choose their career based on the salary, feasibility of obtaining job. Hardly we can find anyone choosing their career based on their natural talents.<br /><br />2. "People are mistaken when they assume that the problems they confront are more complex and challenging than the problems faced by their predecessors. This illusion is eventually dispelled with increased knowledge and experience."<br /><br />3. "In any given field, the leading voices come from people who are motivated not by conviction but by the desire to present opinions and ideas that differ from those held by the majority."<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a newspaper feature story. "At the small, non-profit hospital in the town of Saluda, the average length of a patient's stay is two days ; at the large, for-profit hospital in the near by city of Megaville, the average patient's stay is six days. Also, the cure rate among patients in the Saluda hospital is about twice that of the Megaville hospital. The Saluda hospital has more employees per patient than the hospital in Megaville and there are few complaints about service at the local hospital.Such data indicate that treatment in smaller, non-profit hospitals is moreeconomical and of better quality than treatment in larger, for profit hospitals".<br /><br />2. The citizens of Forsythe have adopted healthier lifestyles. Their responses to a recent survey show that in their eating habits they conform more closely to government nutritional recommendations than they did ten years ago. Furthermore, there has been a fourfold increase in sales of food products containing kiran, a substance that a scientific study has shown reduces cholesterol. This trend is also evident in reduced sales of sulia, a food that few of the healthiest citizens regularly eat. <br /><br />3."According to a government report, last year the city of Dillton reduced its corporate tax rate by 15 percent; at the same time, it began offering relocation grants and favorable rates on city utilities to any company that would relocate to Dillton. Within 18 months, two manufacturing companies moved to Dillton, where they employ a total of 300 people. Therefore, the fastest way for Beauville to stimulate economic development and hence reduce unemployment is to provide tax incentives and other financial inducements that encourage private companies to relocate here." <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 11th)<br /><br /><br />1. Flashy<br /><br />2. Stygian<br /><br />3. Mumble<br /><br />4. Base <br /><br />5. Famous <br /><br />6. Egalitarian<br /><br />7. Cultivate <br /><br />8. Aggregate <br /><br />9. Askew <br /><br />10. Covet <br /><br />11. Dulcet<br /><br />12. Cloven<br /><br />13. Euphemism<br /><br />14. Toil<br /><br />15. Exonerate<br /><br />16. Lurk<br /><br />17. Roil<br /><br />18. Failsafe<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Failsafe: Malfunction<br /><br />2. Trees: Forest<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The problems of modern society have made it difficult to frame laws and legislations, as moral behavior cannot be legitimized.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 10th)<br /><br /><br />1. Pedestrian<br /><br />2. Prelude<br /><br />3. Sober<br /><br />4. Furtive<br /><br />5. Callow<br /><br />6. Aggrandize<br /><br />7. Ravenous<br /><br />8. Gainsay<br /><br />9. Galvanise<br /><br />10. Laud<br /><br />11. Mire<br /><br />12. Maladroit<br /><br />13. Virulent<br /><br />14. Tacit<br /><br />15. Hasten<br /><br />16. Flit<br /><br />17. Veto<br /><br />18. Harangue<br /><br />19. Propagate<br /><br />20. Speed<br /><br />21. Mar<br /><br />22. Gill<br /><br />23. Penurious<br /><br />24. Miser<br /><br />25. Witticism<br /><br />26. Cynicism<br /><br />27. Laspe. <br /><br /><br />Anaologies:<br /><br />1. Lungs: Respire<br /><br />2. Flit: Walk<br /><br />3. Veto: Harangue<br /><br />4. Callow: Maturity<br /><br />5. Penurious:miser<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. Latent<br /><br />2. Gainsay<br /><br />3. Superciliousness<br /><br />4. Exonerate<br /><br />5. Mar<br /><br />6. Fazed<br /><br />7. Gag<br /><br />8. Perturb<br /><br />9. Disingenuous<br /><br />10. Mitigate<br /><br />11. Spurious<br /><br />12. Vilify<br /><br />13. Drawl<br /><br />14. Harbinger<br /><br />15. Presage<br /><br />16. Frugal<br /><br />17. Penurious<br /><br />18. Chisel<br /><br />19. Tutelary<br /><br />20. Moribund<br /><br />21. Teller<br /><br />22. Mettlesome<br /><br />23. Peripatetic<br /><br />24. Testify<br /><br />25. Allude<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Drawl: slow<br /><br />2. Harbinger: Presage<br /><br />3. Frugal: Penurious <br /><br />4. Marble: Chisel<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Awe<br /><br />2. Adulation<br /><br />3. Testy<br /><br />4. Diaphanous<br /><br />5. Speed<br /><br />6. Exacerbate <br /><br />7. Admonish<br /><br />8. Prostrate<br /><br />9. Pristine<br /><br />10. Assiduous<br /><br />11. Impugn<br /><br />12. Precarious<br /><br />13. Millinery<br /><br />14. Shard<br /><br />15. Quell<br /><br />16. Maladroit <br /><br />17. Ambiguous <br /><br />18. Arid <br /><br />19. Avowal<br /><br />20. Aberrant <br /><br />21. Summit <br /><br />22. Jocund<br /><br />23. Fervid <br /><br />24. Obscure <br /><br />25. Pusillanimous<br /><br />26. Titillate <br /><br />27. Prodigal <br /><br />28. Obloquy<br /><br />29. Priggish <br /><br />30. Aplomb<br /><br />31. Mar <br /><br />32. Exculpate<br /><br />33. Vilify <br /><br />34. Obfuscate <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "The purpose of science is to reassure and that of art is to upset". <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Telling<br /><br />2. Testy<br /><br />3. Tepid<br /><br />4. Ignominy<br /><br />5. Aplomb<br /><br />6. Exculpate<br /><br />7. Mar<br /><br />8. Lazing<br /><br />9. Omnipotent<br /><br />10. Zealot<br /><br />11. Lacerate<br /><br />12. Ignite<br /><br />13. Discommodious<br /><br />14. Exculpate<br /><br />15. Deferential<br /><br />16. Obsequious<br /><br />17. Hidebound<br /><br />18. Discommodious<br /><br />19. Loquacious<br /><br />20. Antiseptic<br /><br />21. Chisel<br /><br />22. Admonish<br /><br />23. Denounce<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Lung: Respire<br /><br />2. Loquacious: Talk<br /><br />3. Antiseptic: Disinfect<br /><br />4. Marble: Chisel<br /><br />5. Admonish: Denounce<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. Exonerate<br /><br />2. Supercilious<br /><br />3. Arrogant<br /><br />4. Tepid<br /><br />5. Tug<br /><br />6. Gag<br /><br />7. Explicit<br /><br />8. Winsome<br /><br />9. Byline<br /><br />10. Reinforcement<br /><br />11. Raving<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Article: Byline<br /><br />2. Reinforcement : Collapse<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. "Last year, sales of our Fierce Fighter toy airplane declined sharply, even though the toy had been a top seller for three years. Our customer surveys show that parents are now more worried about youthful violence and are concerned about better education for their children. Therefore, to maintain profits we should discontinue all our action toys and focus exclusively on a new line of educational toys. Several other toy companies have already begun marketing educational toys and report sales increases last year of 200 percent. And since the average family income is growing, sales of new Hyper-Go toys should also increase." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1. Summit<br /><br />2. Ambiguous<br /><br />3. Jocund <br /><br />4. Mire<br /><br />5. Peripatetic<br /><br />6. Rooted<br /><br />7. Hush<br /><br />8. Exhortation<br /><br />9. Misdemeanor<br /><br />10. Avowal<br /><br />11. Senility<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Summit: Mountain<br /><br />2. Motivation: Exhortation<br /><br />3. Misdemeanor: crime<br /><br />4. Senility: Consciousness<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Laws should not be rigid or fixed. Instead, they should be flexible enough to take account of various circumstances, times, and places.<br /><br />2. .The character of the leaders of the society can be determined by the character of men and women of the society who chose them.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a memo from a vice president of Alta Manufacturing.<br /><br />"During the past year, Alta Manufacturing had thirty percent more on-the-job accidents than nearby Panoply Industries, where the work shifts are one hour shorter than ours. Experts believe that a significant contributing factor in many on-the-job accidents is fatigue and sleep deprivation among workers. Therefore, to reduce the number of on-the-job accidents at Alta and thereby increase productivity, we should shorten each of our three work shifts by one hour so that our employees will get adequate amounts of sleep." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Sep 2nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Arid <br /><br />2. Omnipotent <br /><br />3. Exasperate <br /><br />4. Hamper <br /><br />5. Reverent<br /><br />6. Fervid<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Lung: Respire <br /><br />2. Reverent: Sinceritycircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-63657021302960153832008-09-30T09:48:00.000-07:002008-10-04T09:49:30.199-07:00SEPTEMBER QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 30th)<br /><br />PS: If you find any mistakes please report here.<br /><br /><br />1. If t^4 = 16, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />2. If x(x+4)(2x-15)(x-1)(x+2) = 0, then what is the product of maximum and minimum value of x? <br /><br />3. Col A: 0.03hr - 8min<br />Col B: 4min<br />(Question is similar to this) <br /><br />4. A square which has a volume 125 cubic feet is fitted into a cylinder provided the square is inflexible. Then, what will be volume of cylinder? <br />Col A: Volume of cylinder<br />Col B: 125pi/2 <br /><br />5. The probability of A hitting a target is 2/3. And probability of B hitting the same target is 4/7. So, what is the probability that neither of them will hit the target? <br /><br />6. If ak = 1/k-1/(k+1), then find out the summation of a2 to a100? <br />(Here k, 2 & 100 are suffixes) <br /><br />7. If x = (2-squareroot3)(1-squareroot5)(2+squareroot3)(1+squareroot5), then find out x? <br /><br />8. If s^2 = 81<br />Col A: s<br />Col B: 9 <br /><br />9. If 'f' is function such that f(x) = sum of prime factors of x (even repeating prime factors) <br />Col A: f(256) <br />Col B: f(210) <br /><br />10. Given a sequence a1, a2........ an. If a1 = 25 & in the sequence if every number is '-2' times the preceding number, then<br />Col A: a100<br />Col B: -10,000<br /><br />11. Col A: The standard deviation of 10, 20, 50, 80, 90. <br />Col B: The standard deviation of 11, 30, 50, 70, 90. <br /><br />12. Given four co-ordinates (1,6), (5,6), (1,3), (5,3) in xy-coordinate. If all these points are connected to form a square, then which of the options below lie within the square? <br />A. (2,2) <br />B. (4,4) <br />C. (5,2) <br />D. (6,6) <br />E. (6,8). <br /><br />13. If x < 0 & y =! 0, then<br />Col A: x.y^2<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />14. If a line y = mx + b has x-intercept (-2) and y-intercept 3, then<br />Col A: Slope of the line<br />Col B: 2/3 <br /><br />15. If x < 0, then (-x)(-x)/(-x) = ? <br /><br />16. If m > n & m, n are positive integers, then<br />Col A: 1/ n^(-m) <br />Col B: 1/m^(-n) <br /><br />17. If a square is divided into n^2 equal small squares (n>= 4: integer), then the number of small squares containing only one of their sides along the perimeter of the big square is? <br /><br />18. 10 persons can watch a movie in 7 days. What is the probability that at least two them watch on the same day? <br /><br />19. If [z] represents greatest value less than or equal to z and x & y are positive, then<br />Col A: [x]+[y] <br />Col B: [x+y] <br /><br />20. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: -x<br />Col B: |x|<br /><br />21. If n is a positive integer, the number of primes in between n and n+6 cannot be? <br />A. 0<br />B. 2<br />C. 6<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />22. <br /><br />Given a figure of 18 eighteen equilateral triangles as above with each side length of 1. What is the perimeter of the figure? <br /><br />23. Given a right angled cylinder of diameter 20feet and height 4feet. What is the volume of the cylinder in gallons, when it is up to a depth of 3 feet and 6 inches? (Hint: 1 foot = 12 inches; 1 gallon = 231cubic.inches) <br /><br />24. Given set A:{15,16,17,18,19} and set B: {6,7,8,9}. If set C is the sum of set A and set B elements, then what are the different possible values of set C? <br /><br />25. A figure was given and it was mentioned as a parallelogram. The adjacent sides were given as 10 each. <br />Col A: Length of a diagonal BD of the parallelogram<br />Col B: 8<br /><br />26. A person on bicycle travels 2/3rd of distance. After travelling 2/3rd distance, due to some problem with his bicycle, he travels the rest of the distance by walking. If the time taken by the person in walking is 3 times the time taken in travelling by bicycle, then how many times the walking speed, is the man's cycling speed? <br /><br />27. If t^4 = 16, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />28. In every month, a hospital is opened only in last week. If 10 people travel through bus to hospital, what is the probability that at least two people travel on the same day? <br /><br />29. Given that ‘r’ is a three digit number such that it contains ‘x’ in its hundredth place, ‘y’ in tens place, ‘z’ in units place. If Nr(N subscript r) is defined as’ x’ is multiplied by 9, ‘y’ is multiplied by 6 and ‘z’ is multiplied by 2 and the sum of these three products, then what is the value of the N735 (here 735 is subscript )? <br />A. 72<br />B. 79<br />C. 86<br />D. 91<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 29th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: Distance from (x, y) and origin<br />Col B: Distance from (1-x, 1-y) and origin<br /><br />2. If x=!0, then <br />Col A: lxl – 2<br />Col B: lx-2l<br /><br />3. If a point (1, 2) lies on the line Mx + Ky = 2, then<br />Col A: k<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />4. Col A: 100^2<br />Col B: 2^100<br /><br />5. Col A: 12^10<br />Col B: 10^10 + 12^10<br /><br />6. <br /><br />If AB < BD, then<br />Col A: x + y/2<br />Col B: y + z/2<br /><br />7. <br /> <br />Given a figure of a square as above. Only the diagonal ‘d’ (some numerical value) is given, and asked to find the area of the above shaded part (ABEF)? <br /><br />8. Find the value of 1^-1+2^-2+3^-1 =?<br /><br />9. If the area of a square is equal to the perimeter of the square, then find the length of the diagonal? <br /><br />10. If (x-2)(x-3)(2x-15)(4x+1)=0, then find the product of maximum and minimum value of x? <br /><br />11. If n is a positive odd integer and <br />a = n-1/2 & b = n+1/2 then<br />Col A: -2^a<br />Col B: -2^b<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 26th)<br /><br />1. If y^2 -2y – 8 = 0, then<br />Col A: y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />2. <br /><br />What is the value of x? <br /><br />3. If it takes ‘t’ mins to travel ‘X’ miles, then<br />Col A: The time taken in hours to travel 900miles is<br />Col B: 15t/x<br /><br />4. 150% of 40% of (5) =?<br /><br />5. Given mean of five numbers as 82. If four of the five numbers are given as 50, 60, 90 & 100, then<br />Col A: Median of five numbers<br />Col B: 82<br /><br />6. In group of 65numbers, if 48 like skydiving and 27 like car driving, then what is the number of people who like only skydiving? <br /><br />7. The greatest prime factor if k is a positive integer<br />Col A: 40k <br />Col B: 39k<br /><br />8. The range of list-1 is 16 and range of list-2 is 10(approx values)....If both the lists are combined what will be the minimum value of their range? <br /><br />9. A figure was given and it was mentioned as a parallelogram. The adjacent sides were given as 10 each. <br />Col A: length of a diagonal BD of the parallelogram<br />Col B: 8<br /><br />10. A bus moves between two given places for 1 week. If 10 people travel by that bus then what is probability that atleast two people travel by the bus on the same day? <br /><br />11. A six people have to be chosen from 4 adults and 4 children. <br />Col A: number of groups formed with 4 children and 2 adults<br />Col B: number of groups formed with 3 adults and 3 children. <br /><br />12. If two numbers when divided by 38 leave equal remainders. When divided by 19 the remainders are r and s. <br />Col A: r<br />Col B: s <br /><br />13. If x, y, z are negative integers, then <br />Col A: x + y + z <br />Col B: 1/x + y + z<br /><br />14. If ‘n’ is an integer , then<br />Col A: The remainder of n^2+n <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />15. In a certain place the people were migrating from less populated area to more populated area. The percentage of migration from 1980 to 1985 (A five years period) was 10%.The percentage of migration from 1980 to 1990(ten years period) was 20%.Then what is the percentage of migration from 1985 to 1990? <br /><br />16. If x(x-15/7)(x+4)(x+3)=0, then what is the product of maximum and minimum value of x? <br /><br />& few previous database Questions<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 25th)<br /><br /><br />1. If 'n' is an integer, then<br />Col A: Remainder of (n^2 + n)/2<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />2. If 1 < R < S < T < 2, then what is the value of R + S.10^6 + T.10^12 is ?<br />A. (R + S + T)*10^6<br />B. (R + S + T)*10^12<br />C. (R + S + T)*10^9<br />D. (T*10^12)<br />& so on... <br /><br />3. Some puzzle board is in the form of equilateral triangle and its area is given as 42. If it is placed on a table which is of a sqaure shape, what is the minimum square area of the table?<br /><br />4. A person on bicycle travels 2/3rd of distance. After travelling 2/3rd distance, due to some problem with his bicycle, he travels the rest of the distance by walikng. If the time taken by the person in walking is 3 times the time taken in travelling by bicycle, then how many times is the speed of the bicycle greater than the speed of the man walking?<br /><br />5. Col A: 0.01/1- 0.01<br />Col B: 0.1/1- 0.1<br /><br />6. A square carpet is laid on a square floor and the area of square floor is 30.64 more than the area of carpet. With the area of floor being 10% more than area of the carpet, what is the area of the carpet?<br />(Given question is similar to this.... but numerical values(given above) may not be exact)<br />A. 8<br />B. 9<br />C. 10<br />D. 11<br />E. 12<br /><br />7. Given a set of numbers as 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19 and another set of numbers were given as 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14. When the two sets were added, how many such different numbers were possible? <br /><br />8. If t^4 = 16, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />9. If a number is divisible by 5 the remainder is 3 and when the same number is divided by 7 the remainder is 4. What is the least possible number?<br /><br />10. If 'x' and 'y' are integers, then<br />Col A: 365(x+2y) <br />Col B: 365(x+y)+365(x+y)<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. In every month, a hospital is opened only in last week. If 10 people travel through bus to hospital, What is the probability that atleast two people travel on the same day? <br /><br />2. A person 'X' invests 'P' dollars at once. If in 7*1/4 years the amount is doubled, then what would be the amount in terms of 'P' for 29years? <br /><br />3. Col A: 10% of 90% of x<br />Col B: x<br /><br />4. A car travelled 2882(palindrome) km with velocity 55kmph. Find the time required for car to reach a distance of next palindrome? <br /><br />5. Find the probability to get a four digited number with replacement allowed? <br /><br />6. If 12 < 3X < 21 & 4 < X < 6, then<br />Col A: X<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />7. Given that ‘r’ is a three digit number such that it contains ‘x’ in its hundredth place, ‘y’ in tens place, ‘z’ in units place. If’ x’ is multiplied by 9, ‘y’ is multiplied by 6 and ‘z’ is multiplied by 2 then what is the value of the N735 (here 735 is given as suffix, & Question mean that r=735) <br />A. 72<br />B. 79<br />C. 86<br />D. 91<br />E. & so on…<br />Ans: D <br /><br />8. Given 5cent coins = x, 10cents coins = y & 15cents coins = z. If x = y and 5x + 10y = 25z = 585, then Find number of 5cent coins? <br />(In this Question, the options given were in equation form) <br /><br />9. A cylinder 'm' of height 2 and radius 3 is given. Now another cylinder 'k' of double the height of previous one and double the radius of previous one is given. <br />Col A: Double the volume of 'm' cylinder<br />Col B: volume of cylinder k<br /><br />10. Given an equation x + y = 4. Calculate the area of the triangle made by the line and the intercepts on X-axis and Y-axis by the line? <br /><br />11. <br /><br />If one feet = 3yards and painting each yard costs some xxx dollars with canvassing cost 20% extra then cost of painting & canvassing the area is? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 23rd)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />9. If x + y > 0 and y < 0, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: |y|<br /><br />10. If aK = 1/K - 1/K+1 find a1+a2+........a100? <br /><br />11. If LCM of x and y is 24 and LCM of z and w is 30, then what is the LCM of all x, y, z & w? <br /><br />12. Given that, if a person has 5 pair of socks of different colors and if 2 are chosen at random then what is the probability that both of them are of same color? <br /><br />13. Given equation of the parabola as y = 2x-x^2. <br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2s-s^2<br /><br />14. How many different 5 digit numbers can formed, such that 1st and last place should be filled up with odd number. <br />A.25000<br />B.20000<br />so on….<br /><br />15. Mary buys a product at 80% of its value, she buys another product at 70% of its value. If two products are brought together<br />Col A: The total percent of discount<br />Col B: 75%<br /><br />16. If a clock shows exactly 4 '0' clock right now, then what will it show exactly 1195 hours later? <br /><br />17. Given a sequence a1, a2........ an. If a1 = 25 & in the sequence if every number is '-2' times the preceding number, then<br />Col A: a100<br />Col B: -10,000<br /><br />18. If 'f' is function such that f(x) = sum of prime factors of x (even repeating prime factors) <br />Col A: f(256) <br />Col B: f(210) <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 22nd)<br /><br /><br />1. There are two cylinders A & B. The base area of A is 4pi and B is 8pi. Height of water in A cylinder is 3 inches and in B cylinder it is 1 inch. Little water from A cylinder is taken and put into the B cylinder, so that the height in two cylinders are equal. What is the new height in the cylinder B?<br /><br />2. If [z] represents greatest value less than or equal to z and x and y are positive, then<br />Col A: [x]+[y]<br />Col B: [x+y]<br /><br />3. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: -x<br />Col B: |x|<br /><br />4. If t^4 = 16, then<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />5. A circle was given with triangle inscribed in it. One side of triangle is diameter. Length of one side is given as 5 and area of triangle is given as 5. What is the area of circle?<br /><br />6. If in a group of 67, 48 liked sky diving, 27 liked car racing and all of them liked sky diving or car racing or both then how many liked both?<br /><br />7. If n is a positive integer, the number of primes in between n and n+6 cannot be?<br />A. 0<br />B. 2<br />C. 6<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />8. Two businessman invest Rs.40,000 each for one year at different interests. At the end of one year they add the interest to Rs.40000 and again invested.<br />Col A: The interest earned by businessman, who invests at 10% rate in 1st year and 6% rate in second year.<br />ColB. The interest earned by businessman, who invests at 6% rate in 1st year and 10% rate in second year.<br /><br />9. If (n-2)(n-3) = 0, then<br />Col A: -2n-1<br />Col B: 2n+1<br /><br />10. How many different five digited numbers can be formed, if first and last digit is odd?<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. If a + b = (a + b)^2 & a = 1, then<br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b<br /><br />2. Which of the following cannot be the number of prime numbers between 'n' and 'n+6' inclusive, if n is a positive integer? <br />A. 0 <br />B. 2 <br />C. 3 <br />& so on.... <br /><br />3. <br /><br />Given a figure of 18 eighteen equilateral triangles as above with each side length of 1. What is the perimeter of the figure? <br /><br />4. If x + y > 0 & y < 0<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: lyl<br /><br />5. The greatest prime factor if k is a positive integer<br />Col A: 40k <br />Col B: 39k<br /><br />6. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: lxl <br />Col B: -x <br /><br />7. A 6 bicyclists has to be chosen from 4 adult and 4 children<br />Col A: How many 3 adult and 4 children teams can be formed<br />Col B: How many 2 adult and 2 children teams can be formed <br /><br />8. Col A: 4th root of 121 <br />Col B: 121<br /><br />9. If x is a positive integer then<br />Col A: 110% of 90% of x <br />Col B: xx(some value) <br /><br />10. <br /> <br />Given equation of the line as x + y – 4 = 0<br />Col A: Length of OB<br />Col B: Length of OC<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 18th)<br /><br />1. A triangle is given with sides x, y & z. If z = 1/4(perimeter) & x + y = 12 then find perimeter?<br /><br />2. If (n-2)(n-3) = 0, then<br />Col A: -2n-1<br />Col B: 2n+1<br /><br />3. 1^-3 + 2^-2 + 3^-1 =?<br /><br />4. (1+squareroot2)(1-sqaureroot5) (1-squareroot2) )(1+sqaureroot5) = ? <br /><br />5. If y = -(x-1) then find the value of 1/3|y+x|?<br /><br />6. <br /><br />If the length and breadth of the rectangle is 6 & 4, then what is the area of the shaded region? <br /><br />7. <br /> <br />What is the length of the third side? <br />Col A: AC<br />Col B: 10<br /><br />8. Col A: 3^50<br />Col B: 6^25<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 17th)<br /><br /><br />1. What is the value of (-x)(-x)/(-x) = <br />A. lxl<br />B. -x<br />& so on...<br /><br />2. If (125)(75) = (3^m)(5^n), then<br />Col A: m<br />Col B: n<br /><br />3. Given x, y & z are three positive integers greater than 1 and if x*y*z = 231, then what is the value of x + y + z = ?<br />A. 9<br />B. 15<br />C. 21<br />D. Cannot be determined.<br /><br />4. If the probability of A shooting a target is 0.8 and probability of B shooting the same target is 0.7, then What is the probability that niether of them hite the target?<br /><br />5. If x + y + z = 4 and -4z = 4, then what is the value of x + y - z = ?<br /><br />6. If 'x' is a negative integer, then<br />Col A: 4/x <br />Col B: x/4<br /><br />7. If the point (1, 2) lie on the line mx+ky=3, then<br />Col A: k <br />Col B: 0 <br /><br />8. A triangle is given with sides x, y & z. If z = 1/4(perimeter) & x + y = 12 then find perimeter.<br /><br />9. If (4/7) = (4+s)/(7+t), then<br />Col A: s<br />Col B: (4t/7)<br /><br />10. If x(x-15/7)(x+4)(x+3) = 0, then what is the product of maximum and minimum value of x?<br /><br />11. Col A: 10^12+2^12<br />Col B: 12^12<br /><br />12. An area of 1350 is given whose length is 15yards more than the width. Calculate the amount of wire needed for fencing in yards?<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 16th)<br /><br />1. <br /><br />Given a figure of 18 eighteen equilateral triangles as above with each side length of 1. What is the perimeter of the figure? <br /><br />2. If 8 < 2x < 14 and 6 < x+3 < 9, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />3. Given a right angled cylinder of diameter 20feet and height 4feet. What is the volume of the cylinder in gallons, when up to a depth of 3 feet and 6 inches? (Hint: 1 foot = 12 inches; 1 gallon = 231cubic.inches) <br /><br />4. Given a set of numbers as 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19 and another set of numbers were given as 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14. When the two sets were added, how many such different numbers were possible? <br /><br />5. <br /><br />If the radius of the given circle is 5units, then how many points lie on the circle? <br />A. 8<br />B. 10<br />C. 12<br />D. 16<br />E. 20<br /><br />6. If ‘X’ invests Rs.5000 at the rate of 6% for annual and ‘Y’ invests Rs.6000 at the rate 6% for semiannual, then <br />Col A: The interest ‘X’ gets for 1year<br />Col B: The interest ‘Y’ gets for 1year<br /><br />7. Given a triangle with sides 10, 10 and the area of the triangle is given as 32. Find the perimeter of the triangle? <br /><br />8. Given that ‘r’ is a three digit number such that it contains ‘x’ in its hundredth place, ‘y’ in tens place, ‘z’ in units place. If’ x’ is multiplied by 9, ‘y’ is multiplied by 6 and ‘z’ is multiplied by 2 then what is the value of the N735 (here 735 is given as suffix, & Question mean that r=735) <br />A. 72<br />B. 79<br />C. 86<br />D. 91<br />E. & so on…<br />Ans: D<br /><br />9. If x < 0 then<br />Col A: -x<br />Col B: lxl<br /><br />10. If the point (2,3) lies on the line mx + ky = 1<br />Col A: k<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />11. <br /><br />Given equation of the line as x + y – 4 = 0<br />Col A: Length of OB<br />Col B: Length of OC<br /><br />12. If (n-2)(n-3) = 0, then<br />Col A: -2n-1<br />Col B: 2n-1<br /><br />13. 1^-3 + 2^-2 + 3^-1 =?<br /><br />14. Set A: 10, 30, 50, 70 & 90<br />Set B: 10, 20, 50, 80 & 90<br />Col A: standard deviation of A<br />Col B: standard deviation of B<br /><br />15. If x, y, z are integers<br />Col A: yz/x<br />Col B: y/xz<br /><br />16. If ak = 1/k – 1/(k+1), then find the summation of a1 to a100? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. If probability of A, solving a problem is 0.8 and probability of B solving the same problem is 0.6 then What is the probability that neither of them solve?<br /><br />2. 0.00386 is equal to which of the following<br />A. 3.86*10^0<br />B. 3.86*10^-1<br />C. 3.86*10^-2<br />& so on....<br /><br />3. A circle is given and an Octagon is inscribed in it... such that all the ends touch the circle at different points... and asked to find the angle marked in it?<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />4. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: |x|<br />Col B: -x <br /><br />5. Col A: 3^45 <br />Col B: 9^20<br /><br />6. A triangle is given with sides x, y & z. If z = 1/4(perimeter) & x + y = 12 then find z ?<br /><br />7. Given that (x^2) + y < 0<br />Col A: (x^2)* y <br />Col B: x* (y^2)<br /><br />8. If LCM of x and y is 24 and LCM of z and w is 30, then what is the LCM of all x, y, z & w?<br /><br />9. Given that, if a person has 5 pair of socks of different colours and if 2 are choosen at random then what is the probability that both of them are of same colour?<br /><br />10. Given two sides of a triangle as 10 and 10 & the area of the triangle as 36. Find the height of the triangle?<br /><br />11. If 0 < x < 6 & 0 < y < 3, then<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: xy^2<br /><br />12. If the average of 'x' spaces of some numbers is 56 and the average of 'y' spaces of some numbers is 56, if 't' lies in the percentile of 60% to 65% of x spaces and 's' lies in the percentile of 70% to 75% of y spaces.<br />Col A : t<br />Col B: s<br /><br />13. If the average of x, y,x, 5, 2, 5, 8, 2, 2 is 3 and if x and y are positive integers, then what must be the value of y?<br />A. 4<br />B. 5<br />C. 6<br />D. 2<br />E. 1<br /><br />14. Given average of 9 numbers as 6 and average of 8 numbers as 8.<br />Col A: Average of all 17 numbers<br />Col B: 7<br /><br />15. If 49*53 = (x+1)(x-2), then x = ?<br />A. 51<br />B. 53<br />C. 48<br />D. 50<br />E. 55<br /><br />16. Given a circle with center (5, -3) which cuts x-axis at (4, 0) and y-axis at (6,0).<br />Col A: Circumference of the circle<br />Col B: 10pi<br /><br />17. Given that lines 'm' and 'n' are parallel to each other and a line 'k' intersects it. How many points are there in the same plane which have equal distances from all these lines?<br /><br />18. Given a straight line which has slope of 5/3 and it passes through (3, 5) then which of the following point also passes through this line?<br /><br />19. There is point (a, b) on a line which is passing through origin. Which of the following points have the distance, half to the distance... of (a,b) to origin on the same line?<br />(In options.. some points were given)<br /><br />20. If the distance form A to B is 140 km, A to C is 250 km and A to B is marked in 10km for 1/2 inch scale map. If A to C is marked in 10km for 2/9 scale map, then<br />Col A: Inch measure from A to B<br />Col B: Inch measure from A to C<br /><br />21. If 3/7 of enlisted voter cast vote and of them, if 5/12 of vote-caster vote before noon, what ratio cast in after noon?<br /><br />22. If 2/x = x/2 and x=! 0, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: -1/2 <br /><br />23. Given that 3 couples are to be arranged in 6 seats, such that each couple should be together. Find the number of such arrangements?<br /><br />24. If y^2 = 4, then<br />Col A: y^2 + 9 <br />Col B: (y - 3)^2<br /><br />25. If 4 * (75) * 160 = 3 * 4 ^k * 5 ^m<br />Col A: k <br />Col B: m<br /><br />26. Standard Deviation of 1, 1, 1, 1, 1 is ........................? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. If n is a odd positive integer, then<br />Col A: (-2)^((n+1)/2) <br />Col B: (-2)^((n-1)/2) <br /><br />2. <br /><br />Given equation of the parabola as y = 2x-x^2. <br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2s-s^2<br /><br />3. A person has 5 pairs of sox and each are differently colored. If a person picks one pair of sox simultaneously, what is the probability that it is of same colored pair? <br /><br />4. How many different 5 digit numbers can formed, such that 1st and last place should be filled up with odd number. <br />A.25000<br />B.20000<br />so on….<br /><br />5. If (4/7) = (4+s)/(7+t), then<br />Col A: s <br />Col B: (4t/7) <br /><br />6. If x(x-15/7)(x+4)(x+3)=0, then what is the product of maximum and minimum value of x? <br /><br />7. If a square of 125cm3 is fit into a cylinder, then what should be the minimum value of the volume of the cylinder? <br /><br />8. If (a^2 @ b^2) = a^2-b^2 & (a^2 # b^2) = a^2+b^2, then<br />Col A: (2^2@-2^2) # (3^2@-3^2) <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />9. The Harmonic Mean of 10, 20 is ……….. <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 11th)<br /><br />1. <br /><br />If the radius of the larger circle is twice the radius of smaller circle, then find how many times is the shaded region greater than unshaded region? <br /><br />2. The Value of 0.00004/40000 is......... <br /><br />3. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: |x| <br />Col B: -x <br /><br />4. Col A: 0.01/1- 0.01<br />Col B: 0.1/1- 0.1<br /><br />5. If x is a negative number, then<br />Col A: mod x + mod(-2) <br />Col B: mod(x-2) <br /><br />6. If 6 < 2x < 12 and 4 < x < 7, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />7. The coordinates ends of base of a square are given, and were asked to find the side of the square? <br />(Question is similar to this) <br /><br />8. Given one coordinate of the edge of a square is (3/2, 3/2). What is the equation of the diagonal of a square? <br /><br />9. Col A: 10^12+2^12<br />Col B: 12^12<br /><br />10. If the area of one square is 44% more than that of other square, then by what percentage the side is differed? <br /><br />11. There is a parabola whose equation was y = 2x-x^2. The parabola was drawn such that, the curvy part was in the first quadrant.. and now if (s, t) is any point between positive x-axis and the curve<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2s-s^2<br /><br />12. Given: <br />Value (in cents) - Quantity<br /> 5 - x<br /> 10 - y<br /> 15 - z<br />If the number of 5 cents coins were equal to number of 10 cents coins and if the total number of coins in the bag were 17 and their total value was 258 cents then how would you calculate the number of 5 cent coins? <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 10th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: 149!/148! <br />Col B: (149!*148!-148!)/147!<br /><br />2. An area of 1350 is given whose length is 15yards more than the width. Calculate the amount of wire needed for fencing in yards?<br /><br />3. In a college of 700 students, 200 choose maths, 350 choose science, 250 choose history, 150 choose both science and math and 100 chose neither. Calculate the number of sophomores who chose all three?<br /><br />4. If x and y are positive even numbers, then<br />Col A: (-1)^(x+y)/2<br />Col B: (-1)^(x+y <br /><br />5. If Y = 135degrees and Z = 145degree then find x?<br /><br />6. A 6 bicylists has to be chosen from 4 adult and 4 children<br />Col A: How many 3 adult and 4 children teams can be formed<br />Col B: How many 2 adult and 2 children teams can be formed <br /><br />7. The probability of A hitting the target is 2/3. And probability of B hitting the same target is 4/7. So, what is the probability that neither of them will hit the target?<br /><br />8. There is a three digit number 'N'. 'X' is in hundreds digit, 'Y' is tens digit and 'Z' is units digit. If X is multipiled by 9, Y is multipied by 6 and 'Z' by 2 and all the three are added up. What is the sum of N-735?<br /><br />9. If x < 0, then<br />Col A: [x]<br />Col B: -x <br /><br />10. There is a parabola whose equation was y=2x-x^2. The parabola was drawn such that, the curvy part was in the first quadrant.. and now if (s, t) is any point between positive x-axis and the curve<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2s-s^2 <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. A circle with centre 'O' has a diameter d. If AB is any chord, then<br />Col A: perimeter of triangle OAB<br />Col B: 5d/3<br /><br />2. If x and y are positive even numbers, then<br />Col A: (-1)^(x+y)/2<br />Col B: (-1)^(x+y)<br /><br />3. How many distinct five digit numbers are there... that begin and end with odd numbers?<br /><br />4. Given a figure of rectangle with base 15 and height 12, reduce one of the heights to 8 units... now join the shorter height to the longer height.. like a staircase with different heights at each step... the question was to find the length of the staircase?<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />5. Col A: 199!/198!<br />Col B: (199!-198!)/197!<br /><br />6 A person has 10 pairs of sox and each are differently colored. If a person picks one pair of sox simultaneously, what is the probability that it is of same colored pair?<br />A. 1/5<br />B. 1/10<br />C. 1/9<br />D. 2/9<br />E. xxx(some value)<br /><br />7. There is a parabola whose equation is y = 2x - x^2. The parabola was drawn such that, the curvy part was in the first quadrant... now (s, t) is any point between positive x-axis and the curve.<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2s-s^2 <br /><br />8. Mary buys a product at 80% of its value, she buys another product at 70% of its value. If two products are brought together<br />Col A: What is the total percent of discount <br />Col B: 75%<br /><br />9. One bucket with a capacity of V was 1/3rd full.. & another bucket with a capacity of W was 1/4th full. With the same liquid..now, if the two are emptied into another bucket with capacity of x, what fraction of x is full? <br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />10. If a clock shows exactly 4 '0' clock right now, then what will it show exactly 1195 hours later?<br /><br />11. Given a sequence a1, a2........ an. If a1 = 25 & in the sequence if every number is '-2' times the preceding number, then<br />Col A: a100<br />Col B: -10,000 <br /><br />12. If 'f' is function such that f(x) = sum of prime factors of x (even repeating prime factors) <br />Col A: f(256)<br />Col B: f(210) <br /><br />13. If f(n) = (n(n+1))/2 and 'm' is an integer >0 then<br />Col A: (-1)^f(m+1)<br />Col B: (-1)^f(m+2) <br /><br />14. A person has 5 pairs of sox and each are differently colored. If a person picks one pair of sox simultaneously, what is the probability that it is a same colored pair?<br /><br />15. If x(x+4)(2x-15)(x+3) = 0, then find the product of the least value and the greatest value of x?<br /><br />16. The probability of A hitting the target is 2/3. And probability of B hitting the same target is 4/7. So, what is the probability that neither of them will hit the target?<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: 100! / 99!<br />Col B: (100! – 99!) / 98!<br /><br />2. The approximate value of ((61.16)(0.98)^2))/sqrt(401) is<br />A. 5<br />B. 4<br />C. 3<br />D. 2<br />E. 1<br /><br />3. When a number is divided by 12, the remainder is 5. What is the remainder when the square of that number is divided by 8?<br /><br />4. Given that the room numbers of a floor are numbered from 101 to 550. If particular rooms are selected of numbers that start with 1, 2, 3 and lasts with 4, 5, 6 then in how many such ways the rooms can be selected?<br /><br />5. If z > 1 & z(x+y+z) = zx+zy+z<br />Col A: z<br />Col B: 0 <br /><br />6. Given four sides of a trapezium as 3, 4, 5, 8 and length of diagonal was given 'x'. What can be the possible value of 'x'?<br />A. 3 < x < 8<br />B. 4 < x < 8<br />C. 5 < x < 8<br />D. 4 < x < 5<br /><br />7. Col A: 0.99999/0.99998<br />Col B: 1.0002/1.0001<br /><br />8. There are 33 balls and 7 boxes. Balls are filled in boxes such that no box is empty and no ball is left. which of the following is necessarily true?<br />(i) there are 5 balls in atleast 1 box<br />(ii) there are atleast 4 balls in every box<br />(iii) there is atleast 1 box with the same number of balls<br />A. Only i<br />B. Only ii<br />C. Only iii<br />D. Both i and ii<br />E. Both i and iii<br /><br />9. Certain number of balls are kept in 'x' boxes such that each box contains equal number of balls and no box is empty. If there are 3 fewer boxes then 12 balls are kept in each box and 5 balls are left unpacked. What is the value of 'x'?<br /><br />10. |2x+7| < 13.<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 9<br /><br />11. Given P and N are positive integers such that both are not divisible by 4.<br />Col A: The remainder when P+N is divided by 4<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />12. Given that there is a discount of x% on an item followed by another discount of x%. The resulting price is 36% of the original price. Then what can be the value of x?<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />13. Number of Students Lowest Score Range<br /> 10 110 21<br /> 11 129 41<br />Col A: Median of the combined 21 number of students<br />Col B: 129 <br /><br />14. If the selling price of a product is 25% lesser than its list price and 40% greater than its cost price, then what is the list price of the product if the cost price is 30 ?<br /><br />15. Last year, 1/4 of factory workers are architects. One year ago 60 workers newly joined in which 50 are architects and no one left the factory since last year and if now 1/3 of factory workers are architects then find the total number of workers?<br /><br />16. If x > y & y < 0 then<br />col A: x-y<br />col B: (y-x)^2<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given the measurements of a rectangle as 80ft, 50ft. If the shorter side is increased by x% then the area after increase becomes 5400. What is the value of x? <br />A.20<br />B.25<br />C.30<br />D. None<br /><br />2. In a polar axis co-ordinates system, if one point lie at a distance of 3 units from origin subtending an angle Θ (theta) with the origin and another point is at exactly 55 degrees more than the first, find out the distance between the two points and also the angle subtended by the second ,in radians ? <br /><br />3. Given two points (on exactly opposite ends of a circle) as (-3, 0) and (0, 5). Find radius of the circle? <br /><br />4. If ‘A’ hits a target with a probability of 2/7 and if ‘B’ hits a same target with a probability of 7/16 then if both of them shoot, what is the probability that neither of them will hit the target? <br />A. 1/7<br />B. 1/21<br />& so on…<br /><br />5. If a point in a particular co-ordinate system is (2, 9) and in another co-ordinate system is (-8, 81) then by how many degrees should the first co-ordinate system axis be rotated to get the send co-ordinate axis? <br /><br />6. Given a container has a capacity V and a liquid is filled up to 1/3 of its capacity. Another container has capacity W and a liquid is filled up to 1/7 of its capacity. If both these are mixed and poured into another container whose capacity is X. Find out the fraction of occupation in the last container. <br /><br />7. <br /><br />If one feet = 3yards and painting each yard costs some xxx dollars with canvassing cost 20% extra then cost of painting & canvassing the area is? <br />8. If n is an integer, the number of primes in between n and n+6 is? <br />A. 0<br />B. 2<br />C. 6<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />9. If x > 0 then<br />Col A: x+(1/x^-2) <br />Col B: x^2+(1/x) <br /><br />10. Given an equation of a straight line as x + y = 4. This line makes a right angled triangle intersecting positive x-axis and y-axis. Find out the area of the triangle? <br /><br />11. Col A: (1/3)^-1 <br />Col B: 3<br /><br />12. If 1 liter paint is required for painting 16sq.mt then find the paint required for painting 64cub.mt? <br /><br />13. A 16(n=4) squared box was given. All squares which are on perimeter was given, the corner 4 squares were not painted and the question is... If n>=5, then find the number of shaded squares? <br /><br />14. Given two lines of the form y = ax+b and y = cx+d which intersect each other. Find y-coordinate? <br />(Question is similar to this) <br /><br />15. The value of the expression 1/3*| y - x | (where y = x-1) is ----?<br /><br />16. If 'x' & 'y' are two integers, then<br />Col A: 40^x*41^y<br />Col B: 40^x+1*41^y-1<br /><br />17. If a line 'm' has points (2,1) and 'l' is the line parallel to 'm'<br />Col A: Slope of the line m<br />Col B: Slope of the line l<br /><br />18. If ky + mx = 4 and the point is (2,3) <br />Col A: k<br />Col B: 1 <br /><br />19. If the equal side of an isosceles triangle is 30 then the unequal side can be between<br />A. 0 to 45<br />B. 0 to 60<br />C. 45 to 60 <br />& so on<br /><br />20. If x < 0 then (-x)(-x)/(-x)= ? <br />A. x<br />B. |x|<br />C. -x<br />D. -x^2<br />E. x^2<br /><br />21. A Geometrical figure of hexagon with 12 equilateral triangles is given and asked to find the perimeter of the hexagon? <br />(Question is similar to this) <br /><br />22. A car goes around a circle of radius of 14km in the first round it travels with a speed of 11km/hr in sub sequent rounds its speed increases by 11km/hr in each round how much time does the car take to cover a dist of 440km<br />A. 14*8/5 <br />B. 15*14/18 <br />C. 18*4/15 <br />D. 4*15/18 <br />E. 7*4/15 <br /><br />23. Given a line which is passing through {1/2, 1/2} & origin. Which of the following equations has same slope? <br />A. Y = X <br />& so on... <br /><br />24. Another question had a series of numbers not arranged in any ascending or descending order and the question asked is to how much more is the median of the series above when compared to the mean of the above series? <br />(Question is similar to this) <br /><br />25. Given two lines ‘L’ as y = ax + b and another line ‘M’ as y = dx + c where a=! d and b=! c and ad=! bc. Express the equation of lines in terms of a, b, c, d when the lines are intersected? <br /><br />26. If t^4 = 16<br />Col A: t<br />Col B: 2<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. A 6 bicylists has to be chosen from 4 adult and 4 children<br />Col A: How many 3 adult and 4 children teams can be formed<br />Col B: How many 2 adult and 2 children teams can be formed <br /><br />2. An octagen was inscribed inside a circle and two lines were drawn connecting to the center from the edges of one side of the octagen. Find the angle between these two lines?<br /><br />3. An enterprise has a value of 10 - 20millions. If they give shares worth 100$-1000$ to all their employees for the entire value of the company, find the number of employees?<br />A. 50,000<br />B. 55,000<br />C. 60,000<br />& so on.....<br /><br />4. An isoceles triangle was given with two equal sides given as 'x' and the unequal side as 'y'.<br />Col A: y<br />Col B: 2x<br /><br />5. Given the average of 7 numbers as 64. When two numbers are removed from them, the average becomes 60, find the average of the two removed numbers?<br /><br />6. If x^2 - 4x = 4(x^4 + 4x - 4) then what are the maximum number of possible values of x?<br /><br />7. If z is a positive integer & if [z] represents the greatest value <=z then<br />Col A: [x+y] <br />Col B: [x]+[y]<br /><br />8. If 'x' & 'y' are two integers, then<br />Col A: 40^x*41^y <br />Col B: 40^x+1*41^y-1<br /><br />9. A square carpet is laid on a square floor and the area of square floor is 30.64 more than the area of carpet. With the area of floor being 10% more than area of the carpet, what is the area of the carpet?<br />(Given question is similar to this.... but numerical values(given above) may not be exact)<br />A. 8<br />B. 9<br />C. 10<br />D. 11<br />E. 12<br /><br />10. Col A: Standard Deviation of 10, 20, 50, 70, 90<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of 10, 30, 50, 80, 90.<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 3rd)<br /><br /><br />1. A person has 10 pairs of sox and each are differently colored. If a person picks one pair of sox simultaneously, what is the probability that it is a same colored pair?<br />A. 1/4<br />B. 1/5<br />C. 1/9<br />D. 1/10 <br />E. 1/(xx)<br /><br />2. If the LCM of x, y is 24 and the LCM of k, z is 30 then what is the LCM of x, y, k, z?<br /><br />3. Given that a fruit vendor has 'T' fruits and he sells 150 fruits of them for $0.36. The next day the vendor wants to get the same amount of money he got the previous day, so he changes the price, What is the changed price in terms of 'T'?<br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />4. If t^4 = 16 then <br />Col A: t <br />Col B: 2<br /><br />5. If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio of 1:2:3 then what is the largest angle?<br /><br />6. Given set A:{15,16,17,18,19} and set B: {6,7,8,9}. If set C is the sum of set A and set B elements then what are the different possible values of set C?<br /><br />7. Given an equilateral traingle ABC, & 'D' is the midpoint of BC. If AD = X then what is the perimeter of the triangle in terms of x?<br /><br />8. Given a line which is passing through {1/2,1/2} & origin. Which of the following equations has same slope?<br />A. Y = X<br />& so on...<br /><br />9. If the volume of the cylinder 'A'(whose radius is 'R' and height is 'H') is 'K' then what is the volume of an another cylinder B whose radius & height is double the radius & height of cylinder A?<br />Col A: K <br />Col B: 4K<br /><br />10. Which of the following is equal to 586?<br />A. -(384 -586)+384 <br />.. & so on...<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Sep 2nd)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: 3^50 <br />Col B: 2^25 <br /><br />2. Given a set S = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5 } & a set T = {6, 7, 8, 9, 10}. When the values in S are added with T then how many different values will be formed?<br /><br />3. A 6 bicylists has to be chosen from 4 adult and 4 children <br />Col A: How many 3 adult and 4 children teams can be formed <br />Col B: How many 2 adult and 2 children teams can be formed <br /><br />4. If it take 1 litre of enamel to paint 16 sq.mtrs then how much litres of enamel is required to paint 64 cubic metrs?<br /><br />5. If a line M has points (2,1) and L is the line parallel to m <br />Col A: slope of the line m <br />Col B: slope of the line l <br /><br />6. If a line ky+mx=4 passes through point (2,3) then<br />Col A: k <br />Col B: 1 <br /><br />7. If x > 0 and y > 0 then<br />Col A: x^2+y^2<br />Col B: (x+y)^2<br /><br />8. What is the value of 0.000004/40000=?<br /><br />9. If n+n+n+n = n+12 then what is the value of n?circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-1630617716751967412008-08-31T09:47:00.000-07:002008-10-04T09:48:16.190-07:00AUGUST QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 29th)<br /><br />PS: If you find any mistakes please report here.<br /><br /><br />1. If a/b @ c = (a/b) / c then (7/3) @ 4 =?<br /><br />2. Col A: 100! / 99! <br />Col B: (100! – 99!) / 98! <br /><br />3. Given three points a, b, c. If a, b lie on the same line and if all these three points are at same distance between each other, then<br />A. None of the points lie on the same plane. <br />B. Only one point lies on the plane. <br />C. Two points lie on the plane. <br />D. More than two points lie on the plane. <br />E. None of the above. <br /><br />4. Given a series -9, 10, -11, 12, -13. . . . . . . . . . .80<br />Col A: sum of first 27 numbers<br />Col B: -22<br /><br />5. If 100 < Y<br />Col A: 2y<br />Col B: 400<br /><br />6. <br /><br />As in above figure a, b and c are three angles & it is given that RQ is parallel to NO and PQ is parallel to MN. <br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b+c<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 28th)<br /><br /><br /><br />1. If N is an odd and negative integer and it is a product of ten different integers. <br />Col A: no. of odd integers used in the product to get N<br />Col B: no. of negative integers used in the product to get N<br /><br />2. Given a figure of combination of two triangles, in which first triangle contains 90, x, y degree angles and second triangle contains 90, z, w degrees. Which of the following conditions must be true? <br />I. x - w = z - y<br />II. x + y = w<br />III. z = 90 - w<br />A. I only <br />B. II only <br />C. I and III only<br />& so on.... <br /><br />3. Given a sequence -9, 10, -11, 12, -13, 14, -15..... Find the sum of first 40 integers in sequence? <br /><br />4. If n > 1 then<br />Col A: (-1)^(4n-3) <br />Col B: (-1)^(4n-2) <br /><br />5. <br /><br />If all the seven circles are shaded like above then what is the area of unshaded region? <br /><br />6. The standard deviation of the series 3, 7, 9, 13, 17 is? <br /><br />7. Col A: 77!/78! <br />Col B: 87!/88! <br /><br />8. If 2^n > 10^15n then which of the following options satisfies the condition<br />A. 30<br />B. 45<br />C. 60 <br />D. 75<br /><br />9. If x, y are the prime numbers greater than 10, then which of following must be even? <br />A. (x^2)*(y^2) <br />B. x^2 + x*y<br />C. 2*x*y + x <br />& so on.... <br /><br />10. Given a line in xy-plane with slope k = -3 & the points are (2, k), (-3, m) <br />Col A: k-m<br />Col B: -15<br /><br />11. The approximate value of ((61.16)(.98)^2)/sqrt(401) is<br />A. 5<br />B. 4<br />C. 3<br />D. 2<br />E. 1 <br /><br />12. Col A: 0.9999/0.9998<br />Col B: 1.0002/1.0001<br /><br />13. There is a junior and senior team who has taken tests. The average of junior team members who have taken tests are 88 and the average of senior team members is 92<br />Col A: the average of senior and junior team<br />Col B: 90<br /><br />14. When a number is divided by 12, the remainder is 5. What is the remainder when the square of that number is divided by 8? <br /><br />15. If the selling price of a product is 25% lesser than its list price and 40% greater than its cost price, then what is the list price of the product if the cost price = 30 ? <br /><br />16. Last year, 1/4 of factory workers are architects. One year ago 60 workers newly joined in which 50 are architects and no one left the factory since last year and if now 1/3 of factory workers are architects then find the total number of workers? <br /><br />17. When 'w' is divided by 14, the remainder is zero. If 'w' is three lesser than it value and when divided by 15, its remainder is 14. What is the value of 'w'? <br /><br />18. If RST is isosceles triangle with RS = ST and P be a point on the side RT, then which of the following conditions must be true: <br />i) SP < ST<br />ii) SP < RT<br />iii)SP < PT <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 27th)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /> <br />If ‘D’ is the mid point of EC and if the area of circle is 4pi, then what is the area of the triangle ABC? <br /><br />2. If l2x + 49l < 13 then<br />Col A: x^2<br />Col B: 9<br /><br />3. <br /> <br />If the above polygon has all sides equal, then<br />Col A: AD<br />Col B: AF+FE<br /><br />4. Given a line in xy-plane with slope k =-1/2 then<br />Col A: x-intercept<br />Col B: y-intercept <br /><br />5. If the median of a seven number sequence is 2n+2 then find the Arithmetic mean of that sequence? <br /><br />6. Col A: 100!/99! <br />Col B: (100! - 99!) / 98! <br /><br />7. If x – y = 1 then <br />Col A: x^2 – y^2<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />8. <br /> <br />As the shown in the figure, the diameter of the inner circle is 6ft and the difference in the radii of inner & outer circle is 1ft. Find the area of the shaded region? <br /><br />9. Given that the room numbers of a floor are numbered from 101 to 550. If particular rooms are selected of numbers that start with 1, 2, 3 and lasts with 4, 5, 6 then in how many such ways the rooms can be selected? <br />(Given question is similar to this) <br /><br />10. <br /> <br />Given area of the shaded region of the circle (whose centre is ‘o’) as some (XXX) value and asked to find the radius of the smaller circle? <br /><br />11. A parallelogram diagram is given whose length is 9 and breath is 6 and the angle between the breadth and length is given as ‘x’ degrees (x degrees is greater than 90). <br />Col A: Area of the parallelogram<br />Col B: 50<br /><br />12. Given 'k' and 'm' as two numbers whose LCM is 'km' & 'm' and 'n' are two numbers whose LCM is 'mn'. If k, m, n > 0 then<br />Col A: LCM of 'k' and 'n'<br />Col B: 'kn'<br /><br />13. Given that the average salary of n employees is 32000, average salary of another different group of n-1 employees is 33000 <br />Col A: The average salary of 2n-1 employees<br />Col B: 32500<br /><br />14. A toy manufacturer company manufactures 20,000 toys and exports ¾ and 1/10 and donates some (xxx) value for charitable trust. Find the number of toys left in the company? <br /><br />& Few more previous database questions……<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 26th)<br /><br /><br />1. A sequence is given from -8. . . . . .184 this sequence is got by adding 3 to the previous <br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 65 <br /><br />2. If 150 < y< 300 then<br />Col A: 2y<br />Col B: 400 <br /><br />3. If (63)^n is divisible by 3^16 then <br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 7 <br /><br />4. What is the value of {1 / (2 - sqrt3)} = ?? <br /><br />5.The approximate value of ((61.16)(.98)^2)/sqrt(401) is<br />A. 5 <br />B. 4 <br />C. 3 <br />D. 2 <br />E. 1 <br /><br />6. If N = (-2)^x, where x is a negative integer and if 'm' is a number which is the difference between the highest possible value of N and the least possible value of N?<br />Col A: m<br />Col B: 3/4 <br /><br />7. Given a series -9, 10, -11, 12, -13. . . . . . . . . . .80<br />Col A: sum of first 27 numbers<br />Col B: -22 <br /><br />8. There are 35 females in a club having an average age of 'f', and there are 45 males in a club having an average age of 'm'. If 'f' is greater than 'm' then<br />Col A: Average age of all 80 members<br />Col B: (f+m)/2 <br /><br />9. (Root(28)/root(112) ) – (root(7)/root(112))<br />A. 1/16<br />B. 4/3 <br />C. 1/4<br /><br />10. There are rooms from 101 to 550 inclusive in which the starting rooms are numbered from 1, 2, 3 and the waiting rooms are numbered from 4,5,6. What is the probability that the rooms 4, 5, 6 will be choosed randomly?<br /><br />11. If 1 < a < 2, 3 < b < 4, 5 < c < 6<br />Col A: ab/c<br />Col B: 1/6<br /><br />12. If 2^n > 10^15n then which of the following options satisfies the condition<br />A. 30<br />B. 45<br />C. 60<br />D. 75 <br /><br />13. In the pack of plates, 1/3 of plates are damaged , 2/3 are cracked and 1/3 of them are damaged and cracked and 80 are not hampered then what is the number of total plates?<br /><br />14. Given two triangles, one triangle inserted in another as above. The vertices of big triangle is ABC & smaller triangle i.e. the inner triangle is PQR such that AB//PQ and AC//PR. Given angle A is y degrees, angle R is z degrees & exterior angle of A is x degrees. <br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y+z <br /><br />15. If the mean of 10, 20, x is equal to the median of 10, 20, x then what is the value of x? <br /><br />16. If A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5 belongs to a series such that An= n{[(-1)^n] -1}, then what will be the difference of the largest and the smallest term?<br />A. 4<br />B. 6<br />C. 8<br />D. 10<br />E. 12 <br /><br />& Few previous database Questions.........<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 25th)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /><br />If AB = BC, CI = IH & DE = EF then<br />Col A: Area of Rectangle GDEF<br />Col B: Sum of areas of Rectangle ABCD & CIHE<br /><br />2. What is the closest integer to sqrt(171)? <br /><br />3. If an = n { (-1)^n – 1)}, and a1, a2, a3, a4, a5 are the terms then what is the difference between greatest & least term? <br /><br />4. No. of Members Least weight Range<br /> 20 members 100 29 <br /> 21members 130 35<br />When two groups are joined, what is the median weight of the group? <br /><br />5. Col A: 0.9999/0.9998<br />Col B: 1.0002/1.0001<br /><br />6. If (2x+7) < 13 then<br />Col A: x^2<br />Col B: 9<br /><br />7. <br /><br />If AC = x, then find the perimeter of the figure? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 22nd)<br /><br /><br />1. There is a junior and senior team who have taken tests. The average of junior team members who have taken tests are 88 and the average of senior team members is 92<br />Col A: the average of senior and junior team<br />Col B: 90<br /><br />2. Given 0.61<0.79<br />Col A: square root(x)<br />Col B: 0.73<br /><br />3. A toy manufturer company manufactures 20,000 toys and exports ¾ and 1/10 and donates some (xxx) value for charitable trust. <br />Find the number of toys left in the company?<br /><br />4. There are rooms from 101 to 550 inclusive in which the starting rooms are numbered from 1, 2, 3 and the waiting rooms are numbered from 4,5,6. What is the probability that the rooms 4, 5, 6 will be choosed randomly?<br /><br />5. One side of a triangle is given as 6 and the triangle is equilateral triangle & another triangle is joined with it whose side is 10<br />Col A: perimeter of polygon<br />Col B: 30<br />(Question is similar to this) <br /><br />6. Given a line in xy plane with slope k = -1/2<br />Col A: x-intercept<br />Col B: y-intercept<br /><br />7. If x < y then<br />Col A: x^2+x+1<br />Col B: y^2+y+1<br /><br />8. Which of the following number is nearer to sqrt(171)?<br />A.12<br />B.13<br />C.14<br />D.15<br />E.16<br /><br />9. When a number is divided by 12, the remainder is 5. What is the remainder when the square of that number is divided by 8?<br /><br />10. The area of circle of radius 'r' is twice the the area of triangle then r in terms of h is?<br /><br />11. Col A: 0.001^-1 + 0.999^-1<br />Col B: 0.002^-1 + 0.998^-1<br /><br />12. If the selling price of a product is 25% lesser than its list price and 40% greater than its cost price, then what is the list price of the product if the cost price = 30 ?<br />A. 52<br />B. 53<br />C. 56<br />& so on.....<br /><br />13. If x and y are prime numbers greater than 10 then which of the following is an even integer?<br />A. x^2+xy <br />B. x^y +2<br />C. xy +2<br />D. 2xy +xy<br /><br />14. If z>1 & z(x+y+z) = zx+zy+z<br />Col A: z<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />15. If x<2 & y<3<br />Col A: xy<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />16. The average salary of n employees is 32000, average salary of another different group of n-1 employees is 33000<br />Col A: The average salary of 2n-1 employees<br />Col B: 32500<br /><br />17. The range of 'p' numbers is 9.5 and the range for 'q' numbers is 21.5, what is the least range value when p and q are combined together?<br /><br />18. A series was given as 1, -3, 5,-7 ,9,-11,13............ In this series odd numbers are negative integers. Find the sum of first 25 numbers in the series?<br /><br />19. If n is an integer then<br />Col A: (-1)^6n+9<br />Col B: (-1)^2n-1<br /><br />20. A trapezoid is given whose area is 12, length of it is given as 6 & height of it is given as 3. Find the perimeter of trapezoid?<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 21st)<br /><br /><br />1. Given Perimeter of a parallelogram ABCD as 360 units<br />Col A: Length of diagonal AC<br />Col B: 9*root(2)<br /><br />2. Which of the following lines has maximum slope?<br />A. y - x/4 = 5 <br />B. y - x/2 = -1<br />C. y + x = 10<br />D. y + 3x/2 = 4<br />E. y + x/2 = -3<br /><br />3. If n is divided by 24, the remainder is 21. Which of the following is the divisor of n?<br />A. 3<br />B. 4<br />C. 5<br />D. 6<br />E. 7<br /><br />4. Given that a machine P completes a certain amount of work in 12hrs and machine Q completes the same amount of work individually in x hrs. If both machines work together they complete the same amount of work in 8hrs then what is x?<br /><br />5. Col A: 0.001^-1 + 0.999^-1<br />Col B: 0.002^-1 + 0.998^-1<br /><br />6. If k>0 and if x = k^3 & y = k^2 then<br />Col A: x^6<br />Col B: y^9<br /><br />7. Given S = 7^0 + 7^1 + 7^2 .....7^20. If r is remainder when S is divided by 14, then<br />Col A: r<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />8. If (x-y)^2 = 16 & y = 2 then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />9. Last year, 1/4 of factory workers are architects. one year ago 60 workers newly joined in which 50 are architects and no one left the factory since last year and if now 1/3 of factory workers are architects then find the total number of workers?<br /><br />10. Given ax+by+c= 0<br />i. If a,c both are positive, then x intercept is negative<br />ii. If a, b both are positive, then y intercept is positive<br />iii. If b,c both negative, then y intercept is positive<br />which of the above conditions satisfy?<br />A. Only i<br />B. Only ii<br />C. Both i and ii<br />D. All i, ii, iii <br />(Question is similar to this)<br /><br />11. If ax+by+c = 0 & if a,b > 0<br />Col A: slope<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />12. A person A completes a work at a steady rate in 12 mins and another person B completes the work with varying rates. If both work together they finish the job in 8 mins. Find the rate at which B works?<br />A. 3<br />B. 6<br />C.10<br />D. 21<br />E. 24<br /><br />13. There are 35 females in a club having average of their age as 'f' and there are 45 males in a club having average of their age as 'm'. If 'f' is greater than 'm', then<br />Col A: Average age of all 80 members<br />col b: (f+m)/2<br /><br />14. Given A= {Set of odd integers less than 100}<br />B= {Set of positive even integers less than 5}<br />C= {Set which include product of both sets A and B}<br />Col A: number of integers in set C<br />Col B: 100 <br /><br />15. Col A: 0.999/0.998 <br />Col B: 1.002/1.001<br /><br />16. If x, y, z are positive integers and if 3x = 4y = 10z, then what is the least possible value of z?<br />A. 3 <br />B. 1 <br />C. 9 <br />D. 6 <br />E. Cannot be determined<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 20th)<br /><br /><br />1. If 2^n < 10^15, then how many of the following numbers can take the place of n? <br />A. 30<br />B. 45<br />C. 60<br />D. 75<br /><br />2. When 'w' is divided by 14, the remainder is zero. If 'w' is three lesser than it value and when divided by 15, its remainder is 14. What is the value of 'w'? <br /><br />3. If the selling price of a product is 25% lesser than its list price and 40% greater than its cost price, then what is the list price of the product if the cost price = 30 ? <br />A. 52<br />B. 53<br />C. 56<br />& so on..... <br /><br />4. Given N = (-2)^x, where x is a negative integer. If 'm' is the difference between the highest possible value of 'N' and the least possible value of 'N'? <br />Col A: m<br />Col B: 3/4<br /><br />5. Col A: (1/.001)+1/.999<br />Col B: (1/.002)+1/.998<br /><br />6. Given that 'r' and 's' are two integers between 650 and 690. If x is the difference between the digit at tenth position of 'r' and the digit at tenth position of s, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />7. If the standard deviation of 'p' number of people is 21.5 and standard deviation of 'q' number of people is 9, then what is that least possible standard deviation value when both p and q are added? <br /><br />8. If z>0, w>0 then<br />Col A: w^4+z^2<br />Col B: z^2+w <br /><br />9. If 100 < y < 300 then<br />Col A: 2y <br />Col B: 400 <br /><br />10. <br /><br />Given a figure like above i.e. the diameter of the semicircle as the third side of a triangle and the angle opposite to it is as 60 and other two sides of the triangle as equal. If the circumference of the above semicircle is 50pi then what is the perimeter of a triangle? <br /><br />11. Given a list of 5 integers with the mode & median of the list as 4 and 7. If the average of the greatest integer and the second greatest integer of the list is 20 then what is the total average of the list of numbers? <br /><br />12. Given a point (a, b) which lies below x-axis and left of y-axis then <br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b<br /><br />13. Given 'k' is an odd integer greater than 100 and if it is a multiple of 'd' other than k itself. <br />Col A: d<br />Col B: k/2<br /><br />14. Given a series -9, 10, -11, 12, -13..... 80. <br />Col A: sum of first 27 numbers<br />Col B: -22<br /><br />15. 5000+sqrt(6.894*7001.2) is approximate equal to<br />A. 5200<br />B. 5700<br />C. 6000<br />D. 6500<br />E. 7000<br /><br />16. Col A: 100!/99! <br />Col B: (100! - 99!) / 98! <br /><br />17. <br /><br />If AD= x, then find the perimeter of triangle ABC? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 19th)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /><br />If the diameter of inner circle is equal to radius of outer circle, find the area of the shaded region? <br /><br />2. Col A: 13 - 2(square root of 7)(square root of 5) <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />3. If (x+5)^2-(y-3)^2 =0 & x+y=2 then<br />Col A: x-y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />4. What is the perfect number close to square root of 171? <br />a.13<br />b.14<br />c.9<br />d.25<br />e.75<br /><br />5. Given five numbers x1, x2, x3, x4, x5 whose average is S and three more numbers are given y1, y2, y3 whose average is R. What is the total average of x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, y1, y2 and y3? <br />A. 5S+3R/8<br />B. S/8<br />C. R/8<br />D. S+R/8<br />E. 3S+5R/8<br /><br />6. Col A: (-2)^-3<br />Col B: (-4)^-3<br /><br />7. Given series x, 2x+2, 3x+4, 4x+6, 5x+8 where x is a positive number<br />Col A: Mean of the above series<br />Col B: Median of the above series<br /><br />8. A parallelogram diagram is given whose length is 9 and breath is 6 and the angle between the breadth and length is given as ‘x’ degrees (x degrees is greater than 90). <br />Col A: Area of the parallelogram<br />Col B: 50<br /><br />9. Area of city A which lies in city B is 20% of the area of city B not in town A. <br />Col A: the percent of city A within city B<br />Col B: 18%<br /><br />10. Given 'k' and 'm' as two numbers whose LCM is 'km' & 'm' and 'n' are two numbers whose LCM is 'mn'. If k, m, n > 0<br />Col A: LCM of 'k' and 'n'<br />Col B: 'kn'<br /><br />11. Given range of 'n' numbers as 9.5 and the range of 'q' numbers as 21.5. If the two lists are combined then range of (n+q) numbers? (It is also given that the numbers in the two lists are different and in increasing order) <br /><br />12. Given that the number of architects in an organization is 1/4 of the total and the organization hired 60 more persons of which 50 are architects and after which the ratio of architects increased from 1/4 to 1/3. Find the number of people in the organization if none of them have gone out of the organization? <br /><br />13. A right angled triangle ABC is given whose sides have been extended to form three squares. <br />Col A: Area of square formed by hypotenuse. <br />Col B: sum of areas of squares formed by other two sides<br /><br />14. If an amount of 40,000 is split and invested, one portion at 4.5% and the remaining at 6% and if the cumulative interest at the end of 1 year is 1890(not sure) then<br />Col A: Interest yielded by the portion with 4.5%<br />Col B: xxx (some number) <br /><br />15. There are 'x' boxes and the balls are arranged in such a way that no ball is remained. If the number of boxes is reduced by 3 and if 12 balls are arranged in them, then 5 balls are left behind. What is the original number of boxes 'x'? <br />A. 8<br />B.14<br />C.26<br />D.31<br />E.34<br /><br />16. If s=(1,2,3,4,5) &T=(1,2,3,4,5)& if 'P' is a product of 'S' and 'T' how many such values are possible for 'T'? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 18th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: 0.9999/0.9998<br />Col B: 1.0002/1.0003<br /><br />2. There are 5 terms in a series a1, a2, a3, a4, a5 and an is given as an = n {(-1)^n -1}. Find the difference between the greatest and smallest term? <br /><br />3. If an amount of 2000$ is given for annual interest at 'r'% rate and if 150$ is received as an interest for 1 year then find the value of r? <br /><br />4. Given set S = {1,2,3,4,5} and T = {1,2,3,6,8}, let any element chosen from set S be 's' and any element chosen from set T be 't' and if s*t = n. Then in how many answers are possible for n? <br /><br />5. Given (s-t)^2 = 16 where t=2<br />Col A: s<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />6. The approximate value of ((61.16)(0.98)^2)/sqrt(401) is<br />A. 5<br />B. 4<br />C. 3<br />D. 2<br />E. 1<br /><br />7. Given that the lines k and m pass through point (1, 1). If the slope of k is less than that of m & if k passes through (0, a) and m passes through (0, b), then<br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b<br /><br />8. Col A: (0.001)^-10<br />Col B: 1/(10)^-30<br /><br />9. If the standard deviation of 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29 & 33 is x, then what is the standard deviation of 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 228, 229 & 233? <br /><br />10. These are scores of a student in two tests for which 1000 students appeared in each test. Mean Score student's score percentile<br />Test 1: -- 250 400 90th<br />Test 2: -- 200 360 xth<br /><br />11. What is the remainder of (7^0 + 7^1 + 7^2 + 7^3 + + 7^20)/14? <br /><br />12. Given A= {Set of odd integers less than 100}<br />B= {Set of positive even integers less than 5}<br />C= {Set which include product of both sets A and B}<br />Col A: number of integers in set C<br />Col B: 100<br /><br />13. If x and y are prime numbers greater than 10 then which of the following is an even integer? <br />A. x^2*y2<br />B. x^y +2<br />C. xy +2<br />D. 2xy +xy<br /><br />14. If there are 33 balls arranged in 7 boxes which of the following is true. <br />(i) At least one box has more than 5<br />(ii) There are more than one boxes with 4<br />(iii) There is at least one box empty<br />A. I only<br />B. ii only<br />C. i and ii<br />D. i and iii<br />E. None<br /><br />15. Given (x+5)^2 - (y-3)^2 = 0 & x+y = 2<br />Col A: x-y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />16. The area of town A which lies in city B is 20% of the area of city B not in town A<br />Col A: Ratio of area of A to that of B<br />Col B: 18%<br /><br />17. Given a series x, 2x+2, 3x+4, 4x+6 & 5x+8<br />Col A: Mean of above series<br />Col B: Median of above series. <br /><br />18. <br /><br />Given a figure like above (triangle inscribed in the circle) such that height = radius and base is twice the radius. If the area of the triangle is given as 60 then what is area of the circle? <br /><br />19. If RST is isosceles triangle with RS = ST, and P be a point on the side RT, then which of the following conditions must be true: <br />i) SP < ST<br />ii) SP < RP<br />iii)ST>RP<br /><br />20. A quadrilateral was given with sides 3, 5 and 8 and y (some value greater than 10). Find the range of the diagonal? <br />A. 3 < x < 8<br />B. 4 < x < 8<br />& so on....... <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. If x, y, z, u, v, w, t are non-zero numbers then what are the possibilites for the terms not being zero if xyz = uvwt?<br /><br />2. Perimeter of a parallelogram is given as 360<br />Col A: length of diagnal<br />Col B: some value like root 9 *27<br /><br />3. A cylindrical mould having height 12ft, filled to half of its capacity which is equal to 96pie. Find circumferential area?<br /><br />4. A series was given as 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14..... In this series odd numbers are negative integers.<br />Col A: Sum of first 27 integers in series<br />Col B: -22<br /><br />5. Which of the following lines has maximum slope?<br />A. y - x/4 = 5 <br />B. y - x/2 = 10<br />C. y + 3x = 10<br />D. y + 3x/2 = ...<br />E. y + x/2 = ... <br /><br />6. Given a line passing through origin at 50 degree to horizontal and a point P(r,s) on the line, then<br />Col A : r<br />Col B : s<br /><br />7. If n is divided by 24, the remainder is 21. Which of the following is the divisor of n?<br />A. 3<br />B. 4<br />C. 6<br />D. 9<br />E. 10<br /><br />8. Given N = (-2)^x where x is a negative integer. If 'm' is the difference between the highest possible value of N and the least possible value of N?<br />col A: m<br />col B: 3/4 <br /><br />9. A person A completes a work at a steady rate in 12 mins and another person B completes the work with varying rates. If both work together they finish the job in 8 mins. Find the rate at which B works?<br />A. 3<br />B. 6<br />C.10<br />D. 21<br />E. 24<br /><br />10. Given 'k' is an odd integer greater than 100 and if it is a multiple of 'd' other than k itself.<br />Col A: d<br />Col B: k/2<br /><br />11. If 27 < x^3 < 125 then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 4<br /><br />12. Given a series -9,10, -11,12, -13...........80.<br />Col A: sum of first 27 numbers<br />Col B: -22<br /><br />13. There are 35 females in a club having average of their age as 'f' and there are 45 males in a club having average of their age as 'm'. If 'f' is greater than 'm', then<br />Col A: Average age of all 80 members<br />col b: (f+m)/2<br /><br />14. Given a cylindrical-can which can be filled up to a capacity of 3cubic.feet. <br />Hint: 1 yard = 3 feet<br />Col A: The Amount of liquid where 100 such cans carry in cubic.yard<br />Col B: 13cubic.yard<br /><br />15. Given A= {Set of odd integers less than 100}<br />B= {Set of positive even integers less than 5}<br />C= {Set which include product of both sets A and B}<br />Col A: number of integers in set C<br />Col B: 100<br /><br />16. 5000+sqrt(6.894*7001.2) is approximate equal to<br />A. 5200 <br />B. 5700<br />C. 6000<br />D. 6500<br />E. 7000<br /><br />17. Col A: 100!/99! <br />Col B: (100! - 99!) / 98!<br /><br />18. If 6^n is multiple of 24 then what is the least value of n?<br /><br />19. If x-y = 1 then<br />Col A: x^2 - y^2<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />20. (Root(28)/root(112) ) – (root(7)/root(112)) =<br />A.1/16<br />B. 4/3<br />……. so on........<br /><br />& Few previous database Questions.....<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 13th)<br /><br /><br />1. If 1 < xy < 4 and 1 < y < 2, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y<br /><br />2. If the speed of a vehicle is x/6 miles for 'y'secs then the speed for Z miles is?<br /><br />3. A set contains 2 numbers and all the intergers in the set are multiples of an interger M . If the highest integer in the set is 250, then<br />Col A: m<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />4. Given Set A = {5, 6, 7, 8, 9} & Set B = {26, 27, 28, 29, 30}. If one element is chosen from Set A say 'X' and one from Set B say 'Y' then how many different values of x+y are possible?<br /><br />5. Col A: 0.9999/0.9998<br />COlB: 1.0002/1.0003<br /><br />6. If x and y are prime numbers greater than 10 then which of the following is an even integer?<br />A. x^2*y2<br />B. x^y +2<br />C. xy +2<br />D. 2xy +xy<br /><br />7. When x is divided by 12, it gives a remainder of 5. So what is the remainder if x^2 is divided by 9?<br /><br />8. Col A: (1/.001)+1/.999<br />Col B: (1/.002)+1/.998<br /><br />9. Col A: (-2)^-3<br />Col B: (-4)^-3<br /><br />10. If x and y are prime numbers greater than 10 which of the following is an even integer<br />A. x^2*y2<br />B. x^y +2<br />C. xy +2<br />D. 2xy +xy<br /><br />11. If there are 33 balls arranged in 7 boxes which of th following is true.<br />(i) at laest one box has more than 5<br />(ii) there are more than one boxes with 4<br />(iii) there is atlest one box empty<br />A. I only<br />B. ii only<br />C. i and ii<br />D. i and iii<br /><br />12. There are 5 terms in a series a1, a2, a3, a4, a5 and an is given as an = n{(-1)^n -1}. Find the difference between the greatest and smallest term?<br /><br />13. If an amount of 2000$ is given for annual interest at 'r'% rate and if 150$ is received as an interest for 1 year then find the value of r?<br /><br />14. If (9)^2x * 3^y = 81^y then find x in terms of y?<br /><br />15. If S = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) & T = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and if 'P' is a product of 'S' and 'T' then how many values of 'P' are possible?<br /><br />& Few Previous Database Questions<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 12th)<br /><br /><br />1. If the ratio of length, breadth and height of a rectangular box is 1:2:3 and if the total surface area of the box is 550 then what is the volume of the box? <br /><br />2. If 2 < xy < 4 and 1 < y <2 then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />3. Given a cylindrical-can which can be filled up to a capacity of 3cubic.feet. <br />Hint: 1 yard = 3 feet<br />Col A: The Amount of liquid where 100 such cans carry in cubic.yard<br />Col B: 13cubic.yard<br /><br />4. A person is supposed to collect 3 out of 5 accessories & 4 out of 5 accessories. How many such combinations can he come out of this? <br /><br />5. Col A: (5^20-5^19)/20<br />Col B: 5^18<br /><br />6. If 1 < a < 2 < b < 3 < c < 4<br />Col A: ab/c<br />Col B: 3<br /><br />7. If An = [(-1)^(2n-1)] *(2n-1) then find the sum of 25 terms? <br /><br />8. <br /><br />Given two triangles, one triangle inserted in another as above. The vertices of big triangle is ABC & smaller triangle i.e. the inner triangle is PQR such that AB//PQ and AC//PR. Given angle A is y degrees, angle R is z degrees & exterior angle of A is x degrees. <br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y+z<br /><br />9. If n is an integer<br />Col A: (-1)^6n+9<br />Col B: (-1)^2n+3<br /><br />10. If 1/3 of n is 5 less than 2/5 of n then what is the value of n? <br /><br />11. When n is divided by 24 it gives a remainder of 21 then what is the divisor? <br />A.3 <br />B.5 <br />C.7 <br />& so on.... <br /><br />12. Given Set A = {5, 6, 7, 8, 9} & Set B = {26, 27, 28, 29, 30}<br />If one element is chosen from Set A say 'X' and one from Set B say 'Y' then how many different values of x+y are possible? <br /><br />13. Given A= {Set of odd integers less than 100}<br />B= {Set of even integers less than 5}<br />C= {Set which include product of both sets A and B}<br />Col A: number of integers in set C<br />Col B: 100<br /><br />14. <br /><br />Given the ratio of the areas of the (above) two circles as 2:1. If the area of the bigger circle is “pi” then what is the distance between their centers (or what is the length of the line joining their centers)? <br /><br />15. If Average of a, b, c, -5, -15 is 's' and average of a, b, c, 5, 15 is 't' then what is the value of (s-t)? <br /><br />16. Given a line in xy plane with slope k = -1/2<br />Col A: x-intercept<br />Col B: y-intercept<br /><br />17. <br /><br />If all the seven circles are shaded like above then what is the area of unshaded region? <br /><br />18. If the median of a seven number sequence is 2n+2 then find the Arithmetic mean of that sequence? <br /><br />19. <br /><br />What is the perimeter of the figure? <br /><br />20. Given (s-t)^2 = 16 where t=2<br />Col A: s<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />21. Given (x+5)^2 - (y-3)^2 = 0 & x+y = 2<br />Col A: x-y<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />22. Given that r and s are two integers between 650 and 690. If x is the difference between the digit at tenth position of r and tenth position of s then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />23. If the sum of digits of a two digit number xy is 6 more than the difference between the digit at tenth place and unit digit then find the value of y? <br />A.1 <br />B. 2 <br />C. 3 <br />D. 4 <br />E. Cannot be determined<br /><br />24. The approximate value of ((61.16)(.98)^2)/sqrt(401) is<br />A. 5 <br />B. 4 <br />C. 3 <br />D. 2 <br />E. 1<br /><br />25. Given that the lines k and m pass through point (1, 1). If the slope of k is less than that of m & if k passes through (0, a) and m passes through (0, b), then<br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b<br /><br />26. The area of town A which lies in city B is 20% of the area of city B not in town A<br />Col A: Ratio of area of A to that of B<br />Col B: 18/1<br /><br />27. In a class of certain number of students, if 1/2 of the students takes math’s as their major, 2/3 takes physics as their major & 1/3 takes both math’s and physics as their majors and if 80 students didn't take any of math’s or physics subjects as their major then what is the total number of students in the class? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 11th)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /><br />What is the value of x? <br /><br />2. How many of the following 2, 4, l-8l, sqrt(19) & 8 have their square 4 more than the multiples of 5? <br /><br />3. Col A: (0.001)^-10 <br />Col B: 1/(10)^-10<br /><br />4. Given a table with some variables as ‘u’, ‘v’, ‘r’, ‘s’ & ‘t’ whose product is even and also it is given that product of ‘uvrs’ & ‘uvr’ as even and product of ‘rs’ as odd. Which of the following options cannot be odd? <br />A. R<br />B. s <br />C. t <br />D. u<br />E. v<br /><br />5. Given six variables arithmetic mean as 80 and given first 3 has an average of 60 then asked to find <br />Col A: How many numbers of the last 3 numbers can be greater than 80 <br />Col B: 3<br />(Question might be given like this)<br /><br />6. If x*y = y/1/x then<br />Col A: 4*4/3<br />Col B: 3/4*4 <br /><br />7. If (ab)^6 = b^-4*c^-8 then<br />Col A: (ab)^9<br />Col B: (b^-2*c^-4)^3<br /><br />8. If n is positive integer greater than 0 then<br />Col A: The unit place of 156^n<br />Col B: The unit place of 165^n<br /><br />9. Given x < y & p < r < t. If these 5 numbers are placed in ascending order from left to right, which cannot be placed in second place? <br />A. x <br />B. y <br />C. p <br />D. t <br />E. r<br /><br />10. There is a semi circle and person A takes 2min to walk around the semicircle path, and B takes 1 minute to walk along the diameter<br />CoL A: Average speed of A<br />CoL B: Average speed of B<br /><br />11. 5000+sqrt(6.894*7001.2) is approximate equal to<br />A. 5200 <br />B. 5700<br />C. 6000<br />D. 6500<br />E. 7000<br /><br />12. Col A: 100!/99! <br />Col B: (100! - 99!) / 98! <br /><br />13. What was the remainder, when 1+7+49 is divided by 14? <br /><br />14. If 2^n > 10^15n then which of the following options satisfies the condition<br />A. 30<br />B. 45<br />C. 60 <br />D. 75<br /><br />15. A circle represents 600$ and asked to find how much angle will make 120$<br /><br />16. <br /><br />What is the possible range of x? <br />A. 3 < x < 7<br />& so on…….<br /><br />17. <br /><br />Find the values of (a,b) in terms of k, x & y? <br /><br />18. If 1 < a < 2, 3 < b < 4, 5 < c < 6<br />Col A: ab/c <br />Col B: 1/6<br /><br />19. If n>0<br />Col A: 1/9 of n<br />Col B: 11% of n<br />20. Given integers from -8 to 184 such that each next number exceeds the previous by 3, if ‘n’ is number of integers in the sequence then<br />Col A: n <br />Col B: 65<br /><br />21. If 2^x+y - 2^x-y = 0, find y? <br /><br />22. If 20% of houses in US are at NE. 35% of the houses in NE were occupied by rentals. What % of houses US were in NE and occupied by rentals? <br /><br />23. If 6^n is multiple of 24 then what is the least value of n? <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 8th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given Set A = {5,6,7,8,9} &<br />Set B = {26,27,28,29,30}<br />If one element is choosen from A say 'X' and one from B say 'Y' then how many different values of x+y are possible?<br /><br />2. Col A: 100!/99!<br />Col B: (100! - 99!) / 98!<br /><br />3. Given three points A B and C are lying on a circle such that BC is the diameter and BC=20 while AB = 10 then angle B = ?<br />A. 0<br />B. 30<br />C. 45<br />D. 60<br />E. 90<br /><br />4. If N and M are the multiple of 2 which are not divisible by 4 then what will be the reminder when N + M will be divided by 4<br />A. 0<br />B. 1<br />C. 2<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />5. Given a series x, 2x+2, 3x+4, 4x+6 & 5x+8<br />Col A: Mean of above series<br />Col B: Median of above series. <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 7th)<br /><br /><br />1. If standard deviation of 'p' number of people is 21.5 and standard deviation of 'q' number of people is 9 then what is that least possible standard deviation value when both p and q are added?<br /><br />2. If p1 = {2,3,4,5,6} and p2 = {11,12,13,14,15} then how many unique answers are possible for p1+p2?<br /><br />3. Given perimeter of circle as 8pie. If the area of a square is equal to area of this circle. Find the side of the square?<br /><br />4. How many of the following 2, 4, -7, sqrt(19) & 8 have their square 4 more than the multiples of 5?<br />A. 0<br />B. 1<br />C. 2<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />5. If A1, A2, A3, A4 & A5 belongs to a series such that An= n{(-1)^n -1}, then what will be the difference of the largest and the smallest term?<br />A. 4<br />B. 6<br />C. 8<br />D. 10<br />E. 12<br /><br />6. If R1 = -3,-2,-1<br />R2 = 1, 2, 3 &<br />R3 = -3, -2, -1, 1, 2, 3 <br />and if s1, s2 ans s3 are standard deviations of R1, R2 and R3 then which of the following is true?<br />i. s1 < s2<br />ii. s2 < 0<br />iii. s3=0<br /><br />A. NONE<br />B. i only<br />C. ii only<br />D. iii only<br />E. all three<br /><br />7. In a class of certain number of students, if 1/2 of the students takes maths as their major, 2/3 takes physics as their major & 1/3 takes both maths and physics as their majors and if 40 students didn't take any of maths or physics subjects as their major then what is the total number of students in the class?<br /><br />8. If x < y then<br />Col A: x^2+x+1<br />Col B: y^2+y+1<br /><br />9. Given A= { set of odd integers less than 100 }<br />B= { set of even integers less than 5 }<br />C= { set which include product of both sets A and B }<br />Col A: no.of integers in set C<br />Col B: 100<br /><br />10. If Average of a, b, c, -5, -15 is 's' and average of a, b, c, 5, 15 is 't' then what is the value of (s-t)?<br /><br />11. What is the remainder when (5^20) - (5^18) is divided by 4 ?<br /><br />12. Given a line in xy plane with slope k = -1/2<br />Col A: x-intercept<br />Col B: y-intercept<br /><br />13. There is a semi circle and person A takes 2min to walk around the semicircle path, and B takes 1 minute to walk along the diameter<br />CoL A: Average speed of A<br />CoL B: Average speed of B<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 6th)<br /><br /><br />1. What is the remainder of the following (7^0 + 7^1 + 7^2 + 7^3 + ........ + 7^23)/14 ?<br /><br />2. If the standard deviation of 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29 & 33 is x, then what is the standard deviation of 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 228, 229 & 233?<br /><br />3. Given set S = {1,2,3,4,5} and T = {1,2,3,6,8}, let any element chosen from set S be 's' and any element chosen from set T be 't' and let s*t = n. Then in how many answers are possible for n?<br /><br />4. If y = kx-5 has a x intercept of -10/3, what is the value of k?<br /><br />5. If x = - 8<br />Col A: 7X^2 + 3x<br />Col B: 7(-8)^2 + 3(-8)<br /><br />6. {1 / (2 - sqrt3)} = <br /><br />7. A vendor was selling an item at certain price then marked it down 20% for spring. During summer again he marked it down 20% from spring price. If the item is sold at the summer price what percent of the original price did he sell for?<br /><br />8. A person went to market with a red and a green bag and bought 10 carrots & 6 radishes. On the way to home he distributed vegetables into the two bags in such a way that no bag is empty. In how many ways can he do ths?<br /><br />9. In how many ways, the letters of the word POLLOLOP can be arranged?<br /><br />10. If 60% children like cats, 70% like dogs and 80% like rabbits then exactly how many children like all three animals?<br /><br />11. A figure was given, it had a rectangular box in which 16 cylindrical cans, each with radius of 1 inch are placed. If the cans touch adjacent cans and/or the walls of the box. Find the interior area of the bottom of the box?<br /><br />12. If the rate of inflation was 1000% then what will be the cost of an article two years from now, which costs 6 units of currency now? <br />A. 666<br />B. 660<br />C. 720<br />D. 726<br />E. 730<br /><br />13. At a soccer match, the contractor provided dinner for 24 persons, and fixed the price so as to gain 12.5% upon his total outlay. Three of the players being absent , the remaining 21 paid the fixed price for their dinner, and such the contractor lost one rupee. <br />What was the charge for the dinner?<br /><br />14. There is a semi circle and person A takes 2min to walk around the semicircle path, and B takes 1 minute to walk along the diameter<br />CoL A: Average speed of A<br />CoL B: Average speed of B<br /><br />15. 5000+sqrt(6.894*7001.2) is approximate equal to<br />A. 5200<br />B. 5700<br />C. 6000<br />D. 6500<br />E. 7000<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 5th)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /><br />What is the area of shaded region? <br /><br />2. Given -1 < x < 0<br />Col A: x^3<br />Col B: x^5<br /><br />3. Given set A:{1,2,3,4,5} & set B:{2,3,4,5,6}, let any element chosen from set A be 'a' and any element chosen from set B be 'b' and let a*b = c. Then in how many answers are possible for c? <br /><br />4. Given 125w + 25x + 5y + z = 264. Also if w, x, y & z are non-negative integers and less than 5, then the value of w + x + y + z is? <br />A. 8<br />B. 10<br />C. 12<br /><br />5. <br /><br />Given the diameter of the bigger circle is ‘D’. If the seven (equal) smaller circles are shaded as above then what is the area of unshaded region? <br /><br />6. If (63)^n is divisible by 3^16 then <br />Col A: the value of n<br />Col B: 7<br /><br />7. If 'N' is the number of two digit numbers that are not the divisible by 7 and 5, then the value of n is? <br />A. 61<br />B. 83<br />C. 75<br />D. 56<br /><br />8. If x-y = 1 then<br />Col A: x^2 - y^2 <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />9. Given a sequence 8, -7, 6, -5, 4, ------------ 80. Find the sum of first 27 numbers? <br /><br />10. If the median of a seven number sequence is 2n+2 then find the Arithmetic mean of that sequence? <br /><br />11. If a number is divided by 24 and gives reminder as 21 then what is the divided of the following? <br />A. 6 <br />B. 5 <br />C. 3 <br />D. 9 <br />E. 21<br /><br />12. Given x < y & p < r < t. If these 5 numbers are placed in ascending order from left to right, which cannot be placed in second place? <br />A. x <br />B. y <br />C. p <br />D. t <br />E. r<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. If n is positive integer greater than 0.<br />Col A: Unit digit of 156^n<br />Col B: Unit digit of 165^n <br /><br />2. Given that a set A contains odd numbers less than 100, set B contains even numbers less than 5 & set C is formed by multiplying all the numbers of set A with set B.<br />Col A: set c<br />Col B: 100<br /><br />3. 5000+sqrt(6.894*7001.2) is approximate equal to<br />A. 5200 <br />B. 5700<br />C. 6000<br />D. 6500<br />E. 7000 <br /><br />4. There are 5 green balls, 3 black balls and 2 red balls in a box. If 2 balls are taken from it without replacement what is the probability that the selected balls are red?<br /><br />5. Number of divisors of 72 which have 4 in its unit place<br />A. 1<br />B. 2<br />C. 3<br />D. 4<br />E. 5 <br /><br />6. Col A: |10^-3|<br />Col B: |10^3| <br /><br />7. Col A: Standard deviation of 29, 33, 35, 37, 39, 43<br />Col B: Standard deviation of 221, 225, 227, 229, 231, 235<br /><br />8. Col A: Value of ((1/0.001)+(1/0.099))<br />Col B: Value of ((1/0.002)+(1/0.098)) <br /><br />9. Given the area of the secor as 5/4pie. Find the perimeter of the sector of the circle of angle 72degree?<br /><br />10. Given a sequence from -8 . . . . . . 184 and this sequence is obtained by adding 3 to the previous number. If 'n' is the total number of numbers in the series then<br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 65 <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till Aug 1st)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /><br />If x + y > 90 then<br />Col A: AB<br />Col B: BC<br /><br />2. Given two points in the coordinate system x(-2, 1) & y(1, 2) then asked to find the slope? <br /><br />3. <br /><br />Given two circles with radius 2m & 3m as above, if the distance between their centers is 20m then what is the least possible distance between the two circles? <br />A. 15<br />B. 16<br />C. 17<br />D. 18<br /><br />4. If (63)^n is divisible by 3^16 then <br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 7<br /><br />5. If (ab)^6 = b^-4*c^-8<br />Col A: (ab)^9<br />Col B: (b^-2*c^-4)^3<br /><br />6. If 150 < y< 300 then<br />Col A: 2y<br />Col B: 400<br /><br />7. If xy>1 and x-y =1, then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y <br /><br />8. If x - y = 1& x,y > 0 then<br />Col A: x^2 - y^2<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />9. Given a sequence from -8 . . . . . . 184 and this sequence is obtained by adding 3 to the previous number. If 'n' is the total number of numbers in the series then<br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 65 <br /><br />10. There is a rectangular board in which width is 75% of length and the perimeter of the rectangle is given as 280. Find the diagonal length of the rectangle? <br /><br />11. 5000+sqrt(6.894*7001.2) is approximate equal to<br />A. 5000<br />B. 5700<br />C. 6000<br />D. 6500<br />E. 7000circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-57602419935974069432008-07-31T09:38:00.000-07:002008-10-04T09:47:13.820-07:00JULY QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 31st)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. If an integer is defined as (-1)^n then which of the following is applicable for integers a and b ?<br />i. a+b = a*b; <br />ii. (a+b)=(a)+(b); <br />iii. (a*b)=(a)*(b); <br /><br />A. Only i.<br />B. Only ii.<br />C. Both i and ii<br />D. All the three<br />E. None<br /><br />2. Col A: sqrt(2/5) <br />Col B: 1- 3/5 <br /><br />3. (14)^2+(7)^2))^2-((14)^2-(7)^2)^2 = ?<br /><br />4. Given a circle inscribed in a square, the diagonal length of the square is given as 16*sqrt(2). Find the radius of the circle?<br /><br />5. Given a series is 1,1,1,1,1 <br />Col A: standard deviation of the given series <br />Col B: 1 <br /><br />6. Given that there are six teams in music Quiz and their respective scores are 31, 24, 14, 10, 43 & 47 and there are 5 judges for this quiz. What is the minimum number of teams which must get 7 or more than 7 score from any one of the judge?<br /><br />7. Given RST =! 0<br />Col A: (-R)(-S)(-T) <br />Col B: (R)(-S)(-T)<br /><br />8. Given that 3 couples are to be seated on 6 seats. Find the number of ways to arrange them in such a way that both husband and wife sit together?<br /><br />9. Given 8 < 2x < 14 and 9 < x+4 < 16<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />10. If the probability of selecting 80% & higher percentage of persons for a job in a company is 0.65, then <br />Col A: The propability of selecting persons who have less than 80% <br />Col B: 0.35 <br /><br />11. If R = {50,50,50,50,50} & S = {5,10,5,0,5}, then <br />Col A: The standard deviation of R <br />Col B: The standard deviation of S <br /><br />12.1. If a1 = 2 and an+1 = (an - 1)^2 where n, n+1, n-1 are suffixes. Find a17? <br />A. 1 <br />B. -2 <br />C. 4 <br />D. 0 <br />E. -1 <br /><br />13. Given that ab = b+1, a(b+c) = ab+1 <br />Col A: c <br />Col B: 1 <br />14. Given a sequence 2, x, 7......... which contains a constant such that the number is obtained by adding the previous number and the constant. Find x? <br />A. 5/2 <br />B. 5 <br />C. 9/2 <br />D. -5 <br /><br />15. If 40*75*160 = 3 * 4^m * 5^k <br />Col A: m <br />Col B: k <br /><br />16. If l2x + 4l > 7 then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 8<br /><br />17. Given two boxs which contains same number of 1/3 yellow, 1/3 blue, 1/3 red balls in both. If 1/3 of yellow balls are to be shifted from 1st box to 2nd box, then in what fraction are the yellow balls present to the other colours balls in the 2nd box?<br /><br />18. If x<50 then 2-1/x = ?<br /><br />& Many previous dates database questions appeared.<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 30th)<br /><br /><br />1. If 'x' is the unit digit of 11^24 - 1. What is the value of x? <br /><br />2. Given that there are 7 hosts in a party in which 3 are friends. If 2 members are to be selected in that, what is the probability that selected two members are friends? <br /><br />3. Given that lx -1l < 2 and y<0<br />Col A: xy<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />4. Col A: Standard deviation of a set of numbers 10,10,10,10 & 10<br />Col B: Standard deviation of 5, 10, 15, -5 & -10<br /><br />5. Given stock price at end of June is x, stock price increase in July is 10% and increase in august is again 10%. If September price = 70% of august price then<br />Col A: September price<br />Col B: 0.9x<br /><br />6. <br /><br />Given that rectangle and square has same perimeter and the sides of rectangle are W, W+4. <br />If the area of rectangle is x then<br />Col A: Area of square<br />Col B: x + 4<br /><br />7. <br /><br />Given that the radius of smaller circle is "r" and radius of bigger circle is "2r". If a point has to be selected in the circle then what is the probability that the point lies in the shaded region? <br /><br />8. Col A: 0.2% of 300<br />Col B: 1/500 of 300<br /><br />9. A man buys "W"kgs of dog food once in a week and “x"kgs of the food is given to each dog twice a day. <br />Col A: Number of dogs<br />Col B: W/7x <br /><br />10. What percent of 1/2 is 2/3? <br /><br />11. <br /><br />(Here x, 2x & 4x are angles of the triangle) <br />Col A: Area of triangle ADB<br />Col B: Area of triangle BDC<br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 29th)<br /><br /><br />1. If x, y > 0 & x^-1 = 2 / (1+y), then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y/2<br /><br />2. Given -1 < r < t < 0<br />Col A: r+rt^2<br />Col B: -1<br /><br />3. For 7x+4 < 8<br />Col A: The greatest possible value of x is<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />4. If x<1, then<br />Col A: 1/x<br />Col B: 1/x^2<br /><br />5. Given five digits 1, 2, 3, 6 & 7. How many possible five digited even numbers can be formed with out repetition? <br /><br />6. Col A: 0.2% of 300<br />Col B: 1/500 of 300<br /><br />7. Given that 10!*8! = 8!*x find x? <br /><br />8. <br /> In the above semicircle shown with centre O, triangle AOB is equilateral and given OB = 1.Find the area of the shaded region? <br /><br />9. If a square computer chip is increased in size by 0.1 mm, then its area increases by 0.75mm^2. What is the original length? <br />A. 0.67<br />B. 0.68<br />C. 0.69<br />D. 0.70<br />E. 0.71<br /><br />10. Given a series 1, 1, 1, 1, 1<br />Col A: S.D. of this series<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />11. If a year has 365 days, then<br />Col A: Mean of the number of days per month<br />Col B: Median value of the months<br /><br />12. Given a series of numbers x, y, z, 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8…….If every number in the series is sum of the proceeding two numbers then what is value of x? <br /><br />13. If the legs of the right angle triangle are in the ratio of 3:4<br />Col A: The hypotenuse of the triangle<br />Col B: 10<br /><br />14. If K/m = m/r = 5/4 & if k=6 then what are the possible values of ‘r’? <br />A. 6* (5/4)^2<br />B. 6* (4/5)^2<br />C. 1/6 (5/4)^2<br />& <br />Few yesterday’s database questions appeared. <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 28th)<br /><br /><br />1. <br /> <br />(Here x, 2x & 4x are angles of the triangle) <br />Col A: Area of triangle ADB<br />Col B: Area of triangle BDC<br /><br />2. Given p.n! = 0 & p^2 = 5n<br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 3<br /><br />3. <br /> <br />If the area of the shaded region is 75% of the area of the square then find the value of x? <br /><br />4. <br /> <br />Col A: Area of the triangle ABC<br />Col B: 24<br /><br />5. <br /> <br />Col A: Radius of the circle<br />Col B: (x+y)/2<br /><br />6. Col A: Sqrt (78*79*80*81) <br />Col B: 6400<br /><br />7. Col A: A and B work together completing a task in x days. If A works y days more than B then how many days did B work? <br />Col B: (x-y)/2<br /><br />8. [Sqrt(200) - Sqrt(8)] - Sqrt(2) = ? <br /><br />9. Hanna teaches biology for a group 53 students. She can divide them into two batches P and Q. P has 7 batches of n students each. Q has x students of five batches; or six students with y students in 5 batches and (y+1) students in 6th batch.<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: n<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 25th)<br /><br /><br />1. If a1 = 2 and an+1 = (an - 1)^2 where n, n+1, n-1 are suffixes. Find a17? <br />A. 1<br />B. -2<br />C. 4<br />D. 0<br />E. -1<br /><br />2. <br /><br />(Here x, 2x are angles of the triangle) <br />Col A: Area of triangle ADB<br />Col B: Area of triangle BDC<br /><br />3. Given that there are six teams in music Quiz and their respective scores are 31, 24, 14, 10, 43 & 47 and there are 5 judges for this quiz. What is the minimum number of teams which must get 7 or more than 7 score from any one of the judge? <br /><br />4. Given a triangle<br /><br /><br /><br />Which of the following diagrams will have the same area? <br />A. <br /><br />B. <br /><br />C. <br /><br />And so on…….<br /><br />5. If 4^K > 9, then<br />Col A: K<br />Col B: 3<br /><br />6. <br /><br /><br />If the side of the square ABCD is 8 then what is the side length of the inner square IJKL?<br /><br />7. Given N is a positive odd integer between 22 and 99. If the number in the tens digit is double the digit at the units place then the value of N? <br />A. 70<90 <br />B. 90<99 <br />C. 50<70 <br />D. 30<50<br /><br />8. Given 8 < 2x < 14 and 9 < x+4 < 16 <br />Col A: x <br />Col B: 6 <br /><br />9. Col A: 2^-1 + 1/(2)^-1 <br />Col B: (3)^-1 + 1/(3)^-1<br /><br />10. Given an = a(n-1) - a(n-2), a1 = -5 & a2 = 4. For n>2, what is the sum of first 100 terms of n. {i.e. (sigma (an) from n= 3 to 103}. (Here n, n-1, n-2, 1, 2, 100 are suffixes). <br />A.-5<br />B. 4<br />C. 1<br />D. 9<br />E. 13<br /><br />11. In the sequence 3,33,333,3333....... What is the sum of hundred place digits? <br /><br />12. Given length and area of arc of the circle and asked to find radius of the circle? <br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 24th)<br /><br /><br />1. In a buffet you can choose a possible 2 out of 4 choices of dish A and 4 out of a possible 5 of dish B. How many different combinations can you choose from?<br /><br />2. Col A : standard deviation of a set of numbers - 5, 5 , 8, 14, 18<br />Col B: Standard deviation of - 6, 6 8, 14, 16<br /><br />3. Given that the perimeter of plot of land A > perimeter of plot of land B<br />Col a: Area of plot of land A<br />Col b: Area of plot of land B<br /><br />4. If (x+1/x) / (1+1/x) = 99 then Find value of (x-1/x)/(1+1/x) = ? <br /><br />5. <br /><br />Given the length and breadth of the painting on the rectangular wooden board is 1.5feet and 4.5 feet. If the edge width left on wooden board is 3 feet, then what is the total area of the wooden board? <br /><br />6. Col A: 10% (sqrt (573.28)) <br />Col B: sqrt (57.328) <br /><br />7. If ab is not equal not 0, a is not equal to b, & a/b = b/a<br />Col A: a+b<br />Col b: 0<br /><br />8. <br /><br />What is the area of unshaded region? <br /><br />9. When a pair of dice are rolled. What is the probability that the sum of numbers will be 8? <br /><br />10. What is the value of l-7l + l3l – l-10l =?<br /><br />11. A point (-1,-2) is on a circle with centre (1, 2). What is the circumference of the circle? <br />A. pi<br />B. 2pi<br />C. 4pi(root 5) <br />D. 4pi<br /><br />12. A circle is given with a sector shaded. The area of the sector is given as 3pi/2 and the length of the arc is given as pi. What is the radius of the circle? <br /><br />13. Given 8 < 2x < 14 and 9 < x+4 < 16<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />14. Col A: 3^(-8) - 3^(-9) - 3^ (-9) <br />Col B: 3^ (-9) <br /><br />15. Given an = a(n-1) - a(n-2), a1 = -5 & a2 = 4. For n>2, what is the sum of first 100 terms of n. {i.e. (sigma (an) from n= 3 to 103}. (Here n, n-1, n-2, 1, 2, 100 are suffixes). <br />A.-5<br />B. 4<br />C. 1<br />D. 9<br />E. 13<br /><br />16. <br /><br />What is the ratio of area of cube to the area of rectangle? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 23rd)<br /><br /><br />1. If x,y > 0 & x^-1 = 2 / (1+y), then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y/2<br /><br />2. Given a sequence 2, x, 7......... which contains a constant such that the number is obtained by adding the previous number and the constant. Find x?<br />A. 5/2<br />B. 5<br />C. 9/2<br />D. -5<br /><br />3. If a1=2 and an+1=(an - 1)^2 where n and n+1 are suffixes..find a17..<br />a)1<br />b)-2<br />c)4<br />d)0<br />e)-1<br /><br />4. The product of 1 to n,inclusive is divisible by 990<br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 9<br /><br />5. Given a bag which contains Red and black marbles. Red marbles are more than black marble and Red marbles are 5times black marbles. If we pick 5 marbles randomly, without replacement, then<br />Col A: Red marbles<br />Col B: Black marbles<br /><br />6. Given that 500 people are asked 2 questions and both questions can be answered either yes or no. If 410 said yes for first and 220 said yes for second, then how many answered both?<br /><br />7. Given a figure in which there was a rectangle inscribed inside another rectangle.The internal rectangle was slanting and one of its side bisected one side of the outer rectangle and was asked find the area of internal rectangle?<br /><br />8. If a < b < c and if they are the angles of the triangle, then<br />Col A: a+b<br />Col B: c <br /><br />9. For a party, 2 types of dishes are to be selected. For the first type of dish 2 are to be selected from 4 and for second type of dish 4 are to be selected from 5. In how many ways can these both(1st & 2nd) type of dishes selected?<br /><br />10. If (x + 1/x) / (1 + 1/x) = 99 then what is the value of (x + 1/x) / (1- 1/x) = ?<br /><br />11. Col A: 20% of (1/16)<br />Col B: 25% of 0.05<br /><br />12. If 0 < x < 1<br />Col A: 1/x<br />Col B: 1/x^2<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 21st)<br /><br /><br />1. 2^-1 + 1/(2)^-1 + (3)^-1 + 1/(3)^-1 = ? <br /><br />2. A number when divisible by 4, 6 or 7 leaves reminder by 2. What is the remainder, when the same number is divided by 11? <br /><br />3. Given that a(3b-1) = 0 and a = 0. Find the value of b? <br /><br />4. If (x+1/x) / (1+1/x) = 99 then Find value of (x-1/x)/(1+1/x) = ? <br /><br />5. Given that the perimeter of rectangle A > perimeter of rectangle B<br />Col a: Area of rectangle A<br />Col b: Area of rectangle B<br /><br />6. <br /><br />If the area of the shaded region is 1sq.m then what is the area of the circle? <br /><br />7. <br /><br />If the x-intercept of the line ‘a’ is given as 7 and y-intercept ‘b’ of the line is given as -8. Find the slope of the line? <br /><br />8. <br /><br />What is the circumference of the circle? <br /><br />9. Given that radius and height of a right circular cylinder B are 1/2 the radius and height of cylinder A. <br />Col A: Volume of Cylinder A<br />Col B: 4 times the Volume of cylinder B<br /><br />10. Given N is a positive odd integer between 22 and 99. If the number in the tens digit is double the digit at the units place then the value of N? <br />A. 70<90<br />B. 90<99<br />C. 50<70<br />D. 30<50<br /><br />11. There are 15 employees in company, the mean of salaries of the least paid seven employees is given and the mean of the salaries of the highest paid employees is given<br />Col A: the median of the salaries of the 15 employees. <br />Col B: some value very close to the mean of the above given means was given. <br /><br />12. Col A: 10% (sqrt (573.28)) <br />Col B: sqrt (57.328) <br /><br />13. When 10^ (22) + 1 is divided by 11, what is the reminder? <br /><br />14. If ab is not equal not 0, a is not equal to b, & a/b = b/a<br />Col A: a+b<br />Col b: 0<br /><br />15. If (x - y) = odd value and K is an integer, which of the following is always odd? <br />A. x<br />B. y<br />C. k(x-y) <br />D. (x-y) ^2<br />E. (x-y+k) <br /><br />16. Given a series k, k-1, k+3, k+1, k+2. Find the ratio of mean and its median? <br />A. k+1<br />B. k<br />C. 1<br />D. 1/k<br />E. 1/(k+1) <br /><br />17. A seller marks the price of an article 35% more of the wholesale price and he offers some discount. If he wish to get a profit of 21.5%. What is the percentage difference between marked price and selling price? <br />A. 12.5<br />B. 10<br />C. 25<br />D. 22.5<br />E. 15<br /><br />18. What is the value of l-7l + l3l – l-10l =?<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 16th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given that radius and height of a right circular cylinder B are 1/2 the radius and height of cylinder A. <br />Col A: Volume of Cylinder A <br />Col B: 4 times the Volume of cylinder B <br /><br />2. Col A: 25% of 60 <br />Col B: 60% of 25 <br /><br />3. ColA: modulus (-7) + modulus(3) - modulus(-10) <br />ColB: 0<br /><br />4. Col A: sqrt(64/100) <br />Col B: 16/25 <br /><br />5. Given a circle inscribed in a square and the diagonal length of the square is given as 4sqrt(2). Find the area of the circle?<br /><br />6. If x > 1, then<br />Col A: x^14 <br />Col B: x^15<br /><br />7. Given the sector angle measure of a circle as 90. If the radius of the circle is given as 's', then find area of the sector?<br /><br />8. Given set A = {1, 2, 3} and set B = {1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8}. If a set M exists, such that set A is a subset of set M and set M is a subset of set B & set M is not equal to set A or set B. How many such possible sets exists?<br /><br />9. If x>50, then the value of the expression "2- 1/x" is closest to which of the following option?<br />A. 0<br />B. 1<br />C. 2<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />10. In a series of numbers from 1 to 40.<br />Col A: Sum of all odd integers<br />Col B: Sum of all even integers<br /><br />11. If A@B = A^2 + B^2 - 2AB, then <br />what is the value of 3@1/2?<br /><br />12. If (x - 25)*(x + 15) / (x + 25)*(x - 15) = 1 then the value of x = ?<br />A. 15<br />B. -15<br />C. 25<br />D. -25<br />E. none<br /><br />13. Given the perimeter of a rectangle as 80m. If the ratio of length and breadth i.e l : b = 3 : 2 then the area of the rectangle is?<br /><br />14. Col A: 2^0 * 3^0<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 15th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: (a-b)^3<br />Col B: (b-a)^3<br /><br />2. If Z = 123^4 - 123^3 + 123^2 - 123, then what is the remainder when 'Z' is divided by 122.<br />A. 0<br />B. 1<br />C. 2<br />D. 3<br />E. 4<br /><br />3. If the product of 1 to n inclusive is divisible by 990 then <br />Col A: n<br />Col B: 9<br /><br />4. Given a bag which contains red and black marbles and red marbles are 5 times black marbles. If we pick 5 marbles randomly, without replacement, then <br />Col A: Probability of getting red marbles<br />col b: Probability of getting black marbles<br /><br />5. What are the number of five digit numbers that can be made using 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2,1 without repetition of any digit in a number?<br /><br />6. If ab = 3, bc = 2 and a, b, c lie on a same line. What is the value of ac = ? <br /><br />7. Given N is a positive odd integer. If the number in the tens digit is double the digit at the units place then the value of N?<br />A. n>90 <br />B. 30<90 <br />C. N>50 <br />D. 30<50<br /><br />8. If 40*75*160 = 3 * 4^m * 5^k <br />Col A: m<br />Col B: k<br /><br />9. A number between 10 and 100, when divided by 4, 6 OR 7 leaves a remainder of 2.<br />Col A: Remainder when divided by 11<br />Col B: 9 <br /><br />10. Given a and b are integers and a-b is even. Which of the following is even?<br />Ans: a^2 + b(Given by exam taker)<br /><br />11. Given that perimeter of area X > Perimeter of area Y<br />Col A: Area of X<br />ColB: Area of Y<br /><br />12. Given 8 < 2x < 14 and 9 < x+4 < 16<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 6<br /><br />13. Given 4x-1 > 9<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 3<br /><br />14. Given that -3 <= x <= 6 and -10 <= y <= 9. What is the greatest possible value of -(x^2 )+y^4?<br />A. 10036 <br />B. 10009 <br />C. 10,000 <br />D. 1000<br /><br />15. Given a circle inscribed in square and the diagonal length of square is given as 16sqrt2. Find the radius of the circle?<br /><br />16. If X^2 + 2x +10 = y then what is the value of x^2+2x+25 interms of y?<br /><br />17. A bag contains 3 types of balls. Probability of selecting 2 types of balls is given and asked to find the probability of selecting 3rd type of ball when one attempt is made for selection?<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 14th)<br /><br /><br />1. Three machines can do a work in 4 hrs, 6 hrs, 8 hrs respectively. If all the 3 machines work together and complete the work, what is the part of the work done by the fastest machine?<br /><br />2. If W = 10^4, Y = 10^-4 and Z = (W+Y)/3W, then the value of Z = ?<br /><br />3. Col A: number of prime factors of 300 <br />Col B: number of prime factors of 500<br /><br />4. ColA: modulus (-7) + modulus(3) - modulus(-10) <br />ColB: 0 <br /><br />5. ColA: 3^(-8) - 3^(-9) - 3^ (-9) <br />ColB : 3^ (-9) <br /><br />6. Given an = a(n-1) - a(n-2), a1 = -5 & a2 = 4. For n>2, what is the sum of first 100 terms of n. { i.e (sigma (an) from n= 3 to 103}. <br />(Here n, n-1, n-2, 1, 2, 100 are suffixes).<br /><br />7. Given that, there are 500 people in a town and 50% own computers and 26% own computers with internet access. Whatt is the percentage of people who have computers and don’t have access to internet?<br /><br />8. Col A: Volume of a cube of surface area 150*y^2<br />Col B: 125*y^3. <br /><br />9. There are 15 employes in company, the mean of salaries of the least played seven employes is given and the mean of the salaries of the highest payed employees is given<br />Col A: the median of the salaries of the 15 employes. <br />Col B: some value very close to the mean of the above given means was given. <br /><br />10. There are 'X' number of students in a class. 'Y' number of them play football and 'Z' play basket ball. If 'N' number of them play niether then what is the number of students who play both?<br />(Question is similar to this with numerical values given in place of X, Y, Z & N)<br /><br />11. Col A: 0.625% of 25 <br />Col B: 6.25% of 25 <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 11th)<br /><br />1. <br /><br />Col A: a<br />Col B: b<br /><br />2. What is the remainder when 10^22+1 is divided by 11? <br /><br />3. If 0 > 7/m > m/7, then <br />Col A: m <br />Col B: 0<br /><br />4. <br /><br />If “p” is the point between “B” and “D”. <br />Col A: BP<br />Col B: AB<br /><br />5. Col A: x^2+(x+10)^2 <br />Col B: x^2+(x-10)^2<br /><br />6. Given area and perimeter of sector of a circle were given, and asked to find the radius? <br /><br />7. What is the probability of getting a sum 8, when two dices were thrown? <br /><br />8. A painting 4.5ft x 1.5ft is to be bordered with a 3inches wide wooden strip. What is the minimum length of the strip required to border the painting? <br /><br />9. Given diagonal length and perimeter of a rectangle and asked to find the area? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 9th)<br /><br /><br />1. Col A: 3^(-8) – 3^(-9) – 3^(-9)<br />Col B: 3^(-9) <br /><br />2. If sum of 5 tests score is 120 and at least two of them are less than 20. <br />Col A: Average of 5 tests<br />Col B: Median of five tests<br /><br />3. Given that an = a(n-1) + 3 and a1 = 3. <br />Col A: a100<br />Col B: 300<br />(Here n, n-1, 1, 100 are suffixes) <br /><br />4. If 20 < 4X < 28 and 8 < x+4 < 11<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 5<br /><br />5. Col A: 10%(sqrt(573.28)) <br />Col B: sqrt(57.328) <br /><br />6. <br /><br />What is the degree of arc ABC? <br /><br />7. <br /><br />What is the ratio of Inner Square to the area of outer square if the diameter of the circle is ‘r’? <br /><br />8. l-7l + l3l – l-10l =?<br /><br />9. Given x is an integer such that 7x+4 < 8<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 1<br /><br />10. If m, n, p are prime numbers greater than 10, find the number of factors of m, n, p including mnp and 1. <br /><br />11. Given total number of students as 120 &<br />Number of students learning Spanish = 40 <br />Number of students learning French = 60<br />Number of students learning Russian = 80<br />Number of students learning 2 languages = 50<br />Number of students learning all 3 languages = 10<br />Find number of students learning none of these languages? <br /><br />12. Given -1 < r < t < 0<br />Col A: r+rt^2<br />Col B: -1<br /><br />13. Given stock price at end of June is x, stock price increase in July is 10% and increase in august is again 10%. If September price = 70% of august price then<br />Col A: September price<br />Col B: 0.9x<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 4th)<br /><br /><br />1. Given that a(3b-1) = 0 and a = 0<br />Col A : b<br />Col B : 1/3<br /><br />2. Given a square which is inscribed in a circle and that circle is inscribed in another square. Find the ratio of the area of the inner square to the area of the outer square if the diameter of the circle is R? <br /> <br />3 . If a circle is inscribed in a square of side 4m. Find the area of the portions inside the square that was not occupied by the circle? <br /><br />4. Col A : sqrt(5) *(sqrt(3) + sqrt(2)) + sqrt(3) * (sqrt(5) - sqrt(2)) <br />Col B : 5<br />5. Col A : 2^-1 + 1/2^-1<br />Col B : 3^-1 + 1/3^-1<br />6. 10% of sqrt (597.63) = ? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 2nd)<br /><br /><br />1. x^(12) - x^(10) + x^(8) - x^(6) > 0, what is the possible value of x? <br />2. When 10^(22) + 1 is divided by 11, what is the reminder? <br /><br />3. If ab!=0, a!=b, & a^(2) = b^(2) then <br />Col A: a+b<br />Col b: 0<br /><br />4. If (x - y) = odd value and K is an integer, which of the following is always odd? <br />A. x<br />B. y<br />C. k(x-y) <br />D. (x-y)^(2) <br />E. (x-y+k) <br /><br />5. Given set A = {1,2,3} and set B = {1,2,3,6,7,8}<br />If a set M exists, such that set A is a subset of set M and set M is a subset of set B & set M is not equal to set A or set B. How many such possible sets exists? <br />A. 4<br />B. 5<br />C. 6<br />D. 8<br />E. 9<br /><br />6. Given a series k, k-1, k+3, k+1, k+2. Find the ratio of mean and standard deviation?<br />A. k+1<br />B. k<br />C. 1<br />D. 1/k<br />E. 1/(k+1) <br /><br />7. 53 students are divided into P and Q groups. P has 7 batches of n students each. Q has x students of 5 batches or 6 batches with x students in 5 batches and x+1 students in 6th batch<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: n<br /><br />8. Sum of common prime factors of 51 and 204<br />A. 20<br />B. 21<br />C. 23<br />D. 24<br />E. 25<br /><br />9. A seller marks the price of an article 35% more of the wholesale price and he offers some discount. If he wish to get a profit of 21.5%. What is the percentage difference between marked price and selling price? <br />A. 12.5<br />B. 10<br />C. 25<br />D. 22.5<br />E. 15<br /><br />10. A circle is inscribed in a square such that the circle touches the edges of the square and the difference of area of square and circle is given and asked to find the radius of the circle? <br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till July 1st)<br /><br /><br />1. If x * n/(n+1) = y * (n+2)/(n+3) <br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y<br /><br />2. A rope of length 'x'ft is taken and is cut into two pieces, such that one piece is 5ft more than the other. <br />Col A: The length of smaller piece of rope<br />Col B: x - 5 ft. <br /><br />3. Given two line equations x - 2y = -1 and 3x - 4y = 3 and these are the two lines of y-intercept and asked to find out the point between these two lines? <br />A. (1, 0) <br />B. (0, -1) <br />C. (0, 0) <br />D. (2, -1) <br />E. (2, 1) <br /><br />4. If x^2 - x > 0 and lxl < 1<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: lxl<br /><br />5. A Number 'N' is a positive 3 digit number. If ‘x’ is in its hundredth place and 'y' is its units place then the number (N - 100x - y) is divisible by which of the following number? <br />A. 2<br />B. 8<br />C. 108<br />D. 9<br />E. 5<br /><br />6. If 8 consecutive positive integers are taken and each integer is divided by 8, then<br />Col A: The average of the remainders of 8 consecutive integers when divided by 8<br />Col B: 3.5<br /><br />7. If 4^ (-x) = 1/256 then x = ? <br /><br />8. Given two lines equations L = 5x – y = 3, M = 5x + y = -1<br />Col A: Slope of L<br />Col B: Slope of M<br /><br />9. Col A: Sqrt (11) + Sqrt (17) <br />Col B: Sqrt (14) + Sqrt (14) <br /><br />10. <br /><br />Col A: -x+2<br />Col B: 4<br /><br />11. <br /> <br />What is the area of Quadrilateral PQRS? <br /><br />12. If the probability of selecting certain thing is P1, P2, P3, P4. What is the probability of selecting each value exclusively? <br />A. P1 = 0.4; P2 = 0.3; P3 = 0.2; P4 =0.2<br />B. P1 = 0.4; P2 = 0.25; P3 = 0.2; P4 = 0.25<br />C. P1 = 0.2; P2 = 0.25; P3 = 0.4; P4 = 0.15<br />D. P1 = 0.3; P2 = 0. 2; P3 = 0.4; P4 = 0.2circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-59552004331423487172008-03-31T04:22:00.000-07:002008-06-23T04:25:55.718-07:00MARCH VERBAL(Till 31st Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Affinity<br /><br />2. Innocuous<br /><br />3. Nuance<br /><br />4. Altruistic<br /><br />5. Pervasive<br /><br />6. Euphemism <br /><br />7. Rhetoric<br /><br />8. Prevarication<br /><br />9. Metaphor<br /><br />10. Boredoom<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Euphemism : Offense<br /><br />2. Rhetoric: Persuation<br /><br />3. Prevarication : Truth<br /><br />4. Metaphor : Description<br /><br />5. Repetion : Boredoom<br /><br />6. Concilation : Appeasement<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 28th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1.Sustain<br /><br />2.Bellicose<br /><br />3.Unbridled<br /><br />4.Profuse<br /><br />5.Ponderous<br /><br />6.Worldly<br /><br />7.Misdemeanor<br /><br />8.Discreditable<br /><br />9.Isthmus<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Discreditable: honorable<br /><br />2.Isthmus: land<br /><br />3.Misdemeanor: crime<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.How important is it on the part of universities to offer various courses to a student apart from his subjects.<br /><br />2.It was related to impact of economics and communication on arts, science, and politics.<br /><br /><br /> (Till 27th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Covert <br /><br />2. Lacerate<br /><br />3. Veracious<br /><br />4. Invigorate<br /><br />5. Regression<br /><br />6. Sop<br /><br />7. Hull <br /><br />8. Fix <br /><br />9. Thrifty <br /><br />10. Miserly <br /><br />11. Grueling <br /><br />12. Accolade <br /><br />13. Transitoriness <br /><br />14. Truss<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Truss: support<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Rituals and ceremonies help to define a culture, without them socities or group of people have a diminished sense of who they are.<br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. "The following appeared in a letter to the school board in the town of Centerville. "All students should be required to take the driver's education course at Centerville High School. In the past two years several accidents in and around Centerville have involved teenage drivers. Since a number of parents in Centerville have complained that they are too busy to teach their teenagers to drive, some other instruction is necessary to ensure that these teenagers are safe drivers. Although there are two driving schools in Centerville, parents on a tight budget cannot afford to pay for driving instruction. Therefore an effective and mandatory program sponsored by the high school is the only solution to this serious problem."<br /><br /><br /> (Till 26th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Magniloquent<br /><br />2. Likeminded<br /><br />3. Facile<br /><br />4. Repudiate<br /><br />5. Avowal<br /><br />6. Malaise <br /><br />7. Encipher <br /><br />8. Spartan<br /><br />9. Garrulous<br /><br />10. Splurge <br /><br />11. Circuitous<br /><br />12. Purism<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Truculent: Light <br /><br />2. Nugatory: worth<br /><br />3. Sycophant: fawn<br /><br />4. Senility:consciousness<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Is picture more effective to communicate large group of people or language is more effective to communicate.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1.A Letter to the editor of Farming publications. It was about growing health consciousness among people. Researches tells that eating too much sugar causes ill effects and therefore their will be decrease in sugar demand in future. So the farmers in our state are suggested to grow pea nuts instead of sugarcane where peanuts are high on proteins and low on sugar. In the neighboring country Palin the farmers increased the production of peanuts, and therefore their countries revenue increased.<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 25th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1.Askew<br /><br />2.Perfidious<br /><br />3.Skirt<br /><br />4.Obdurate<br /><br />5.Plethora<br /><br />6.Ebullient<br /><br />7.Torpor<br /><br />8.Lassitude<br /><br />9.Invigorate<br /><br />10.Apocryphal<br /><br />11.Lugubrious<br /><br />12.Mishap<br /><br />13.Capricious<br /><br />14.Nibble<br /><br />15.Authenticity<br /><br />16.Yield<br /><br />17.Avowal<br /><br />18.Lionize <br /><br />19.Isthmus<br /><br />20. Torpor<br /><br />21. Exonerate<br /><br />22. Invigorate<br /><br />23. Lassitude<br /><br />24. Dissimulation<br /><br /><br />Antonyms:<br /><br />1.Halcyon<br /><br />2.Torpor<br /><br />3.Equivocal<br /><br />4.Daft<br /><br />5.Exculpate<br /><br />6.Mawkish<br /><br />7.Incorrigible<br /><br />8.Aberrant<br /><br />9.Mulish<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Mishap: accident<br /><br />2.Hole: Perforation<br /><br />3.Capricious: Fickle<br /><br />4.Nibble: bite<br /><br />5.Apocryphal: authenticity<br /><br />6.Adamant: Moved<br /><br />7.Isthmus: Land<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 24th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Scrap<br /><br />2. Retarded<br /><br />3. Cacanny<br /><br />4. Truss<br /><br />5. Regression<br /><br />6. Phlegmatic<br /><br />7. Reify<br /><br />8. Convivial <br /><br />9. Duly<br /><br />10. Ladle<br /><br />11. Rivet <br /><br />12. Reconciliation<br /><br />13. Vivid<br /><br />14. Pundit<br /><br />15. Opine<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Mediate: Reconciliation<br /><br />2. Vivid: Inspiration<br /><br />3. pundit: Opine<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. In a recent telephone survey of automobile factory workers, older employees were less likely to report that having a supervisor present increases their productivity. Among workers aged 18 to 29, 27 percent said that they are more productive in the presence of their immediate supervisor, compared to 12 percent for those aged 30 or over, and only 8 percent for those aged 50 or over. Clearly, if our printing company hires mainly older employees, we will increase productivity and save money because of the reduced need for supervisors.<br /><br /><br />(Till 21st Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Skimpy<br /><br />2. Askew<br /><br />3. Byzantine<br /><br />4. Dab<br /><br />5. Pulverize<br /><br />6. Decrepit<br /><br />7. Mettle<br /><br />8. Untenable<br /><br />9. Pretentious<br /><br /><br />Antonyms:<br /><br />1. Extinguish<br /><br />2. Hapless<br /><br />3. Gainsay<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Bouquet: flowers<br /><br />2. He : She<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. People who work for personal life will get more benefits than the people who work for the society. <br />(The issue topic mentioned above is the theme of the topic given in exam...) <br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. Census data indicate that the number of retired couples without children who are moving into Sophia County is steadily rising; private schools in our county report substantial increases in enrollment; and a statewide survey of parents’ shows that over 10 percent now support the idea of home schooling instead of public schooling funded by the county government. Such demographic trends suggest that our county will not have to construct new school buildings and that we can therefore decrease the budget for county-funded public schools.<br /><br /> (Till 20th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Grim<br /><br />2. Court<br /><br />3. Abound<br /><br />4. Castigate<br /><br />5. Askew<br /><br />6. Barrel<br /><br />7. Lenience<br /><br />8. Stark<br /><br />9. Impudent<br /><br />10. Brazenness<br /><br />11. Archipelago<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Preparation: Ready<br /><br />2. Islands: Archipelago<br /><br /><br />Antonyms:<br /><br />1. Abound<br /><br />2. Lachrymose<br /><br />3. Extinguish<br /><br />4. Form<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. It is primarily through formal education that a culture tries to perpetuate the ideas it favors and discredit the ideas it fears.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a memo from the manager of television station KICK. "A nationwide survey reveals that a sizeable majority of men would like to see additional sports programs on television. After television station WACK increased its sports broadcasts, its share of the television audience in its viewing area almost doubled. To gain a larger audience share in our area, and thus increase company profits, KICK should also revise its broadcast schedule to include more sports coverage."<br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till 19th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />Synonyms :<br /><br />1. Abound<br /><br />2. Stark<br /><br />3. Skimpy<br /><br />4. Charismatic <br /><br />5. Exaggeration<br /><br />6. Caricature<br /><br />7. Leniency<br /><br />8. Robust<br /><br />9. Form <br /><br />10. Dissolve<br /><br />11. Inane<br /><br />12. Appease<br /><br />13. Dwindle<br /><br />14. Extol<br /><br /><br />Antonyms:<br /><br />1. Askew<br /><br />2. Outmoded<br /><br />3. Peace<br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Bouquet: flowers<br /><br />2. Blockage: circulation<br /><br />3. Banana: peel<br /><br />4. Peanut: shell<br /><br />5. Experiment: discovery<br /><br />6. Exaggeration: caricature<br /><br />7. Jog: Exercise<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Explain your point of view for academic, political, business social....hard work or assuming things in idealistic way.<br /><br />2. It is better to have other disciplinary courses in universities to be truly educated <br /><br />3. All nations should support global universities in bringing all the students together to solve the persisting social problem<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. It is about two television stations and in 1st television station the survey shows than man of Seizen city likes sports and audience increased because of broadcasting more sport program, and profit is doubled so the other that is the 2nd television station have to broadcast more sport program to make profit.<br /><br />2. “A citizen wrote the following article to the newspaper”. We the citizens of Winteraly are suffering from traffic problem. The survey which is conducted 3 years ago stated that, it took 20mins for a person to travel from home to work place while the recent survey states that it is taking 40mins. The members of the council have decided to bring up new roads, but this is not beneficial as the near-by neighborhood houses could be demolished whereas the citizens of Graceville has advantage because the council members their have decided to give free gas coupons if they share their rides. Also one of my friends have told me that pollution has reduced and journey from home to work place has reduced. If the same idea is also implemented in Winteraly then it would benefit us.<br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till 18th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Refute<br /><br />2. Obstreperous <br /><br />3. Preponderance<br /><br />4. Derogate<br /><br />5. Nepotism<br /><br />6. Presbyterian <br /><br />7. Tortuous<br /><br />8. Gainsay <br /><br />9. Laze<br /><br />10. Mollify<br /><br />11. Perturbation<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. To become an effective leader, a political official should be morally and ethically good.<br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. "It is about folk therapy a new treatment alternative to modern treatments. In this therapy lavender scented pillows are used to cure chronic insomnia. Treatment about three weeks period is given.... <br />(topic is something like this)<br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till 17th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Abstain<br /><br />2. Pulverize<br /><br />3. Knotty<br /><br />4. Thaw<br /><br />5. Dab<br /><br />6. Nonchalance<br /><br />7. Obstacle<br /><br />8. Plethora<br /><br />9. Panorama<br /><br />10. Exude<br /><br />11. Egregious<br /><br />12. Titanic<br /><br />13. Lugubrious<br /><br />14. Obsequiousness<br /><br />15. Taunt <br /><br />ANTONYMS:<br /><br />1. Telling<br /><br />2. Obdurate<br /><br />3. Pugnacious<br /><br />4. Pulverize<br /><br />5. Ally<br /><br />6. Perturb<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Parliament : Legislative <br /><br /><br />(Till 14th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1.Exude<br /><br />2.Nonchalance<br /><br />3.Ameliorate<br /><br />4.Obdurate<br /><br />5.Pugnacious<br /><br />6.Fathom<br /><br />7.Telling<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Proxy : Vote<br /><br />2.Parliament : Legislative <br /><br /><br />ANTONYMS:<br /><br />1. Pulverize <br /><br />Issue Topic :<br /><br />1. People who are committed to idea or policy are so critical of it.<br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. From past three years governor Riedeburg did many changes from time she took the charge in office, the crime rate in city got reduced, jobs got increased, many people are showing interest to live in that place and riedeburg also promised that she go to get big companies in that locality such that jobs would be increased... soon on...<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 13th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Titanic<br /><br />2. Panorama<br /><br />3. Maverick<br /><br />4. Intelligent<br /><br />5. Bumble<br /><br />6. Pulverize<br /><br />7. Deliberate<br /><br />8. Augmentative<br /><br />9. Distract<br /><br />10. Synergy<br /><br />11. Entice<br /><br />12. Procrastinate <br /><br />13. Dust jacket <br /><br /><br /> (Till 12th Mar)<br /><br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1. Thwart<br /><br />2. Pellucid<br /><br />3. Relegate<br /><br />4. Unencumbered<br /><br />5. Sordid<br /><br />6. Rant<br /><br />7. Penitent <br /><br />8. Reminiscence<br /><br />9. Intransigent<br /><br />10. Upbraid<br /><br />11. Obstreperous <br /><br />12. Implacable <br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1. In any field imagination is more important than knowledge.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1.The following appeared in a memo from the mayor of the town of Hopewell. “Two years ago, the town of ocean view built a new municipal golf course and resort hotel. During the past two years, tourism in ocean view has increased, new businesses have opened there, and ocean view’s tax revenues have risen by 30 percent. The best way to improve Hopewell’s economy, and generate additional tax revenues, is to build a golf course and resort hotel similar to those in ocean view”. <br /><br /><br />(Till 11th Mar)<br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Whimsical<br /><br />2. Noxious<br /><br />3. Supremacy<br /><br />4. Preponderance<br /><br />5. Pulverize <br /><br />6. Superciliousness <br /><br />7. Humility<br /><br />8. Lachrymose <br /><br />9. Reconciliation<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Dust jacket : books<br /><br />2. Apron : clothing<br /><br />3. Lost : whereabouts<br /><br />4. Mediate : reconciliation<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The surest indicator of a great nation is not the achievements of its rulers, artists, or scientists, but the general welfare of all its people. <br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till 10th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Endeavour<br /><br />2. Facetious<br /><br />3. Synergy<br /><br />4. Bemoan <br /><br />5. Vile<br /><br />6. Rebuff<br /><br />7. Zealot<br /><br />8. Obstinate<br /><br />9. Succor<br /><br />10. Indelible <br /><br />11. Dauntless <br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Fraught: Placidity<br /><br />2. Inane: Significance<br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Many people know how to attain success, but few know how to make the best use of it.<br /><br /><br /> (Till 7th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words<br /><br />1. Bellicose<br /><br />2. Furrow<br /><br />3. Droll <br /><br />4. Inclement <br /><br />5. Ostracize<br /><br />6. Porous <br /><br />7. Insipid <br /><br />8. Pukish<br /><br />9. Maverick<br /><br />10. Daft<br /><br />11. Complaisance<br /><br />12. Abattoir<br /><br />13. Unflappable<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Abattoir: Butcher<br /><br />2. Impervious:penetrate<br /><br /><br />(Till 6th Mar)<br /><br /><br />1. Irk<br /><br />2. Perplexed<br /><br />3. Consolidate<br /><br />4. Aptness<br /><br />5. Contention<br /><br />6. Humdrum<br /><br />7. Thaw<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Recant : Spend<br /><br />2. Confident : Doubt<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1."Science is reassuring and art is upset"<br /><br /><br /> (Till 5th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Hernoius<br /><br />2. Dank <br /><br />3. Dilapidate <br /><br />4. Altercation<br /><br />5. Evanescence<br /><br />6. Ceaseless <br /><br />7. Egregious <br /><br />8. Aplomb<br /><br />9. Insouciant <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br />1. Avaricious: Covet<br /><br />2. Vitiate: Quality<br /><br />3. Senility: Consciousness<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Money spent on research is almost always od investment, even when the results of the research are controversial<br /><br />2. When research priorities are being set for science, education, or any other area, the most important question to consider is: How many people's lives will be improved if the results are successful? <br /><br /><br /> (Till 4th Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Lofty<br /><br />2. Bolster<br /><br />3. Equanimity<br /><br />4. Brat<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Brat : Urbanity <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. In order to improve the quality of instruction at the college and university level, all faculty should be required to spend time working outside the academic world in profession relevant to the courses they teach.<br /><br />2. It is often necessary, even desirable, for political leaders to withhold information from the public.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in an editorial in a business magazine. Although the sales of Whirlwind video games have declined over the past two years, a recent survey of video-game players suggests that this sales trend is about to be reversed. The survey asked video-game players what features they thought were most important in a video game. According to the survey, players prefer games that provide lifelike graphics, which require the most up-to -date computers. Whirlwind has just introduced several such games with an extensive advertising campaign directed at people 10 to 25 years old, the age-group most likely to play video games. It follows, then, that the sales of Whirlwind video games are likely to increase dramatically in the next few months." <br /><br /><br /> (Till 3rd Mar)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Unctuous<br /><br />2. Whet <br /><br />3. Imprudent<br /><br />4. Agape<br /><br />5. Debiliate <br /><br />6. Callous<br /><br />7. Maverick<br /><br />8. Mundane<br /><br />9. Vulnerable<br /><br />10. Thaw <br /><br />11. Disgruntled<br /><br />12. Coy<br /><br />13. Phenomenon <br /><br />14. Oscillate<br /><br />15. Shuncircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-5004521984737966892008-03-31T04:15:00.000-07:002008-06-23T04:21:51.721-07:00MARCH QUANT(Till 31st Mar) <br /><br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. A survey was conducted for 248 companies. In that 120 companies receive calls using a switch and 90 companies among those have voice calls facility.<br />Col A: The number of companies that doesn't have voice calls facility but have switch facility.<br />Col B: 62.<br /><br />2. Given that 'P' is a prime number greater than 2<br />Col A: number of factors of 2P<br />Col B: number of factors of P^2<br /><br />3. Col A: 3^(4n+2)+5 when divided by 10 leaves remainder<br />Col B: 4<br /><br />4. Given that x & y are positive integers and x^n = y^m<br />Col A: n<br />Col B: m<br /><br />5. A triangle ABC is given. A point D divides the side AB such that a trainge ADC is formed and AD/DB=1/3. If the area of the triangle ABC is r. Find the area of the triangle ADC in terms of r?<br /><br />6. Given an series s1, s2, s3,.............sn and Sn+1=(1/2)Sn and s1=1/2.<br />Col A: s6<br />Col B: 2^15(s21)<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 28th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br />1. When a square with a centre c is rotated through an angle 45 degrees, it has a new centre c'. If the length of the square side was given as 5, Find the distance between c and c'?<br /><br />2. If x intercept of a line is 'a' and y intercept is 'b',Find the slope of that line? <br /><br />3. If a triangle is given with two sides 20 each, Find the range of values of third side?<br /><br />4. If 1/x + 1/x^2 = -1/4 then the value of x is?<br /><br />5. Given a square of area 18sq.m<br />Col A: Length of the side of the square<br />Col B: Length of the diagonal of the square<br /><br />6. If u*v*w = 595, then u+v+w?<br /><br />7. Find the percentage of numbers between 100 & 299 inclusive which end with 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,(2+3^1/2)(2-3^1/2).<br /><br />8. Col A: 10!+9! <br />Col B: 10!9!<br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till 27th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. Given 0 < x < 0.5<br />Col A: x+x^-2 <br />Col B: x^2+ x^(-1)<br /><br />2. Col A: 1 - (1/2)^2 + (1/2)^4 - (1/2)^8<br />Col B: 0.75<br /><br />3. If u*v*w = 595. What is u+v+w?<br /><br />4.Col A: 300^900 <br />Col B: 900^300<br /><br />5. There are 28 men in a room in that 14 men are selected out of which 7 are under 50 years. <br />Col A: Percentage of men under 50 <br />Col B: 40%<br /><br />6. ColA: Mod(x+y)<br />ColB: Mod(x)+Mod(y)<br /><br />7. Col A: 2^(x^2 - 5x + 1)<br />Col B: 2 <br /><br /><br /> (Till 26th Mar) <br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. If 0 < t < u < v, then<br />Col A: Mean of t, u, v<br />Col B: Median of t, u, v<br /><br />2. Given that 'x' lies between sqrt(7) and 150/4.<br />Col A: Number of even integers which satisfies the value of 'x'<br />Col B: Number of odd integers which satisfies the value of 'x'<br /><br />3. A: 10, 30, 50, 70, 90<br />B: 10, 45, 50, 55, 90<br />Col A: Standard Deviation of A<br />Col B: Standard Deviation of B<br /><br />4. Given x<0<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: y^2<br /><br />5. In a Election if 'X' gets 33*1/3% more votes than 'Y' gets and 'Y' gets 25% fewer votes than 'Z'.<br />Col A: Number of votes received by 'X'<br />Col B: 8% of votes received by 'Z'<br /><br />6. Col A: (25^b) / 5^a <br />Col B: 5^b<br /><br />7. Given an series a1, a2, a3............ and it also mentioned that a1=25, a2 is decreased by 2 and the series goes on.. in the same manner.<br />Col A: a100 term<br />Col B: 10000<br /><br />8. There are total 90 students, average passing students is 84 and average fail students is 60, What percentage of arithmetic mean of passing students?<br />A)12%<br />B)15%<br />C)40%<br />D)70%<br />E)75% <br /><br />9. Two points R(12,8) and T are given on xy-plane and x-intercept of T is 5 less than x-intercept of R, slope of line connecting these two co-ordinate is 2, What is the T co-ordinate?<br /><br />10. There are 70 students, 48 students get more than 5 marks and 25 students get less than 10 marks so find the students who got.. more than 5 and less than 10 marks? <br /><br />11. Given 3x+2y=8 and x>y <br />Col A: 3x+4y <br />Col B: 8 <br /><br /><br />12. Find the area of the quadrilateral whose coordinates are (0,0), (3,0), (0,3), (7,5) ? <br /><br />13. Col A: 1-(1/2)^2 + (1/2)^4 - (1/2)^8 <br />Col B: 0.75 <br /><br />14. If (3/7) + (2/3) + (1/6) = x/y. What is the least possible value of x? <br /><br />15. What percentage do integers from 100 to 299 inclusive of having 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 digits in units place comprise of integers upto 350? <br /><br />16. Given that, mean of 4 numbers is 'M' and mean of 5 numbers is 'N'. What is the mean of all the 9 numbers? <br /><br /><br />(Till 25th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. If 10^x - 550 < 9772. What is the least possible value of x?<br />A. 1<br />B. 2<br />C. 3<br />D. 4<br />E. 6<br /><br />2. Given a 5 number series. If 6 is the median, least number is 2 and greatest number is 9.<br />Col A: The greatest possible value of sum of the remaining two numbers<br />Col B: 22<br /><br />3. Col A: 10!+9! <br />COl B: 10(9!)<br /><br />4. What percentage do integers from 100 to 299 inclusive of having 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 digits in units place comprise of integers upto 350?<br /><br />5. If ai < ai+1 and i=!0 then <br />Col A: a5 <br />Col B: a7<br /><br />6. Given a cuboid of dimensions 20inchs, 17inchs and 12inchs. If the mass of that box is 17kg, then what is the density of the box in kg/cubic.feets.<br /><br />7. In a country, the tax paid by a person is 1500 and 6% of the taxable income above 3000. If the total tax paid by a peson was 4% of his taxable income, what was that persons taxable income?<br /><br />8. There was a semicircle drawn over one of the side of a square, the side of square was 1 unit each Find the perimeter of that figure?<br /><br />(Till 24th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. Col A: The remainder when 5(10^n)+1 divided by 3<br />Col B: The remainder when 5(10^(n+1))+1 divided by 3<br /><br />2. If y = -3 then which of these is true<br />A. y B. y^4 C. y^3 D. y^2 <br />3. If 7, 4, 5,1, 2, 7, 4, 5,1, 2...... is the series then what is the 64th term?<br /><br />4. Col A: 2/(1/3(1/3))<br />Col B: 2/(1/3/(1/3))<br /><br />5. Col A: 300^900<br />Col B: 900^300 <br /><br />6. If the area of the circle is given as 9pi. Find out the perimeter of the circle?<br /><br />7. If 1/3 + 2/6 + 3/7 = x/y. What is the least value of 'x'?<br /><br />8. Given a series S1, S2, S3,....... Sn. If S1 = 5, S2 = 7 then find S6... such that<br />Sn = 10[S(n-1)] for 'n' divisible by 3 <br />Sn = S(n-3) for 'n' not divisible by 3.<br /><br />9. If X>1<br />Col A: Circumference of a circle with diameter X<br />Col B: Area of a circle with diameter X<br /><br />10. Given... that the area of a circle as 72 and angle of sector as 130degree(this part is shaded in the figure). Find the area of the sector(shaded part)?<br /><br />11. 'S' is the set of positive integers which lies between 7/3 < k^2 < 150/4<br />Col A: Number of even numbers in 'S'<br />Col B: Number of odd numbers in 'S'<br /><br />12. N = 5^9 + 7^10<br />Col A: What is the least factor of 'N' greater than 1<br />Col B:3<br /><br />13. A survey was conducted for 248 companies. In that 120 companies receive calls using a switch and 90 companies among those have voice calls facility.<br />Col A: The number of companies that doesn't have voice calls facility but have switch facility.<br />Col B: 62.<br /><br />14. If u*v*w=595 and if u >1, v >1, w >1. Find u + v + w?<br />Sol: 29 <br /><br />15. Col A: (sqrt(48)-sqrt(27))<br />Col B: sqrt(3)<br />Sol: C<br /><br />16. Given that a triangle is inscribed in a circle and diameter of the circle is one of the side of triangle. If the side other then the diameter side is given as 5 and area of triangle is also given as 5 then find the area of circle?<br />Sol: 29pi/4 <br /><br />17. If (1/16) + (1/(x)^2) = (1/9), then find 1/x?<br /><br /><br />(Till 21th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. Given that a triangle is inscribed in a circle and diameter of the circle is one of the side of triangle. If the side other then the diameter side is given as 5 and area of triangle is also given as 5 then find the area of circle ?<br /><br />2. What percentage do integers from 100 to 299 inclusive of having 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 digits in units place comprise of integers upto 350?<br /><br />3. Given a series of five numbers x, x^2, x^3, 1/x, x^-2 and x=0.5. Find the median?<br /><br />4. Two concentric circles were given one inserted in the other, the part between the circles was shaded.<br />Col A: The probability of finding a point in the shaded part is<br />Col B: 3/4.<br /><br />5. When a number 's' is divided by 9, the remainder is 1 and when it is divided by 11 remainder is 8. Find 's'?<br /><br />6. A semicircle was given. If the end the angles formed by lines from end points of diameter to the circumference was given 90 and the angle between one of the chords and diameter was 'x'.<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 45<br /><br />7. If x>0 and y>0<br />Col a: x^4 + y^3<br />Col b: x^2 + y<br /><br />8. Given a cuboid of dimensions 20inchs, 17inchs and 12inchs. If the mass of that box is 17kg, then what is the density of the box in kg/cubic.feets.<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 20th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. Given that p + t = 5h, then what is the Arithematic mean of p, t, h ?<br /><br />2. Col A: 2^(-54)<br />Col B: 2^26 - (2^24)/(8^27) - 8^26 <br /><br />3. Given a right angled triangle ABC (C takes the right angle i.e CB is the base, AC is the Opposite side & AB is hypotenuse) a perpendicular bi-sector is drawn form mid point D of vertical side AC to the midpoint 'P' on slanting side AB . So that a triangle APC and trapeziod PDCB are formed.<br />Col A: Area of triangle APC<br />Col B: Area of quadrilateral PDCB<br /><br />4. If 3x + 2y = 8 then <br />Col A: 3x+4y <br />Col B: 8<br /><br />5. If u * v* w = 595 then u + v + w = <br /><br />6. If mod(3x + 2) = 8 then<br />Col A: mod X<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />7. ColA: 50% of 14% of X<br />Col B: 14% of 50% of X<br />(some other number is given in place of x)<br /><br />8. There are 28 men in a room in that 14 men are selected out of which 7 are under 50 years.<br />Col A: Percentage of men under 50<br />Col B: 40%<br /><br />9. Col A: Least prime factor of (factorial(7) + 7) <br />Col B: Largest prime factor of factorial(7)<br /><br />(Till 19th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. Col A: Area of rectangle has length x and breadth y <br />Col B: Area of triangle has base x and height y <br /><br />2. Col A: ( sqrt(48) + sqrt(27) )^ 2<br />Col B: 3<br /><br />3. In a party of 66 members in a hotel, 40 members like dancing, 23 members like swimming and 6 members like either dancing or swimming or both. Find the number of people who likes only dancing?<br /><br />4. If 1/6 +1/3 +1/9 = X/Y then what is the least possible value of x?<br /><br />5. Given that 'X' is 3 years younger than 'Y' and 'Y' is 20 years older than 'Z'.<br />Col A: X's present age <br />Col B: Twice the present age of Z<br /><br />6. Given a series of five numbers x, x^2, 2x, x^(-2), 3. If x = 0.2 then what is the mean of above scale?<br /><br />7. ( 5*sqrt(2) - sqrt(3)) * (sqrt(2) - sqrt(3)) = ?<br />A. 8 + 3*sqrt(3)<br />B. 4 + 2*sqrt(2)<br />C. 5 + 4*sqrt(3)<br />& so on....<br /><br />8. If the area of circle is 72 and angle of sector in it is 135degree then what is the sector area? <br />( The question appeared in exam is similar to this with some numerical changes)<br /><br />9. A : 3, 3, 5, 9, 11, 11<br />B : 7, 7, 9, 11, 13, 13<br />Col A: Standard deviation of A<br />Col B: Standard deviation of B<br /><br />10. Given area of a Rectangle as 20sq.m<br />Col A: Perimeter of Rectangle is<br />Col B: 30<br /><br />11. Given an Isosceles triangle with base length 'y' and other two sides length as 'x' each. If x = 30 then range of 'y' is ?<br />A. y greater than or equal to zero<br />B. y greater than or equal to 30 but less than or equal to 45<br />C. y greater than or equla to 30 but less than or equal to 60<br />& so on....<br /><br />12. In 1994, a company X profits increased by 40% and company Y profits decreased by 20%. But by the end of 1994, company X profits decreased by 20% and company Y profits increased by 40%.<br />Col A: Earnings of Company X<br />Col B: Earnings of Company Y<br /><br />13. If 0 < t < u < v, then<br />Col A: Mean of t, u, v<br />Col B: Median of t, u, v<br /><br />14. Given a cube which is cut vertically along its diagonal, and was asked to find the surface area of one of the halves? <br /><br />15. Given.. if 1 < xy < 4 and 1 < y < 2 then<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />16. Given a cuboid of dimensions 20m, 17m and 12m. If the mass of that box is 17kg, then what is the density of the box in cubic feets.<br /><br />17. Given that, 26% of a community members are under 65years and 17% of that community members are above 65years. If 24% of the community members are registered voters then how many members above 65years contributed in registration?<br />A. 2/5<br />B. 2/9<br />C. 7/11<br />& so on....<br /><br />18. 5^9 + 7^10 =<br />Col A: The least factor of above is <br />Col B: 13<br /><br />19. Given that, mean of 4 numbers is 'M' and mean of 5 numbers is 'N'. What is the mean of all the 9 numbers?<br /><br />20. Given a circle with 7 circles inscribed in it. such that along the diameter of the bigger circle there are 3 circles and 2 up, 2 down.. i.e total 7 circles are arranged like this in that bigger circle and all the 7 circles are shaded. If the radius of the bigger circle is 'r' then find the total area of unshaded part?<br /><br />21. If 'S' is the set of values of K where (7/3) < K^2 < (37.6) then<br />Col A: Number of Even numbers in the set S <br />Col B: Number of Odd Numbers in the set S<br /><br /><br />(Till 18th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. If the perimeter and area of a rectangle are given as 100m and 60sq.m then find the length of the rectangle?<br /><br />2. Col A : Area of a square of side 5m <br />Col B : Area of a parallelogram of side 5m<br /><br />3. Given that u*v*w = 5995. If u, v & w are integers greater than one then find the value of u+v+w ? <br /><br />4. Of all the chords passing through a given point in a circle, the least length would be of ...<br />A. The one which is bisected at the point<br />B. The one which is trisected at the point<br />C.The one which is a third in length of the diameter<br />D. The one which is half in length of the diameter <br /><br />5. A tank was 80% filled with water and the dimensions of it were given. Find the number of lead balls of radius 1 that need to be put so that the volume is atleast 90 % but less than 95%.<br /><br />6. Given that area of circle is 72 and angle of sector in it is 135degree. What percentage of area of circle is covered by sector area?<br /><br /><br />(Till 17th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br />1. What is the remainder of (7^0+7^1+7^2+..........7^19)/14 ?<br /><br />2. Out of 10 machine tools, 2 are defective and 3 are to be selected. What is the probability that 3 choosen out of 10 are not defective?<br /><br />3. Two flasks are of cylindrical shape.One flask has base area 8*pi and other has base area 4*pi.The 1st flask is filled with water upto 3 inches and 2nd flask is filled with water upto 1inch. Find the final height of water in second flask if some of the water from flask 1 is to be poured into flask2 to make both the heights equal ?<br /><br />4. Col A: 10^100+2^100 <br />Col B: (10+2)^100 <br /><br />5. If (1/7) + (2/3) + (4/6) = x/y. <br />What is the least possible value of x? <br /><br />6. Col A : 149! / 148!<br />Col B: 149!-148!/ 147!<br /><br />7. Given 0 Col A : x^2 - 1/x<br />Col B: x- x^-2<br /><br />8. If 'x' is 33*1/3 % greater than 'y' and 'y' is 25% of 'z' then express 'x' in terms of 'Z'<br /><br />9. What percentage do integers from 100 to 299 inclusive of having 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 digits in units place comprise of integers upto 350?<br /><br />10. Given a rectangular solid with lenght 4, height 3 and breadth 3. If it is cut vertically along its diagonal, how much is the surface area of one of the halves to the total?<br /><br />11. If x>0<br />Col A: 2^x<br />Col B: 2^(x)^2<br /><br />12. Given a right angle triangle with base length 10m. If the angle oppposite to base is given as 20degrees. Find the hypotenuse length? <br /><br /><br />(Till 14th Mar) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. Given that n is a positive integer <br />Col A: (-3)^n <br />Col B: (-3)^n+1 <br /><br />2. If (u * v * w) = 595 then u + v + w = ? <br /><br />3. Given that 'x' is a positive integer and some options were given in that.... we need to find the correct expression which yields positive even integer <br />Ans: x^3+3x+4 <br /><br />4. Find the area of the quadrilateral whose coordinates are (0,0), (3,0), (0,3), (7,5) ?<br /><br />5. Col A: 1-(1/2)^2 + (1/2)^4 - (1/2)^8 <br />Col B: 0.75 <br /><br />6. If 0 Col A: x+(2x/3)+x/6 <br />Col B: 5x/4<br /><br />7. If mod(3x+2) = 8 then<br />Col A: mod(x)<br />Col B: 0<br /><br />8. In an country due to acid rain fall of 1inch the cars in that city appears 70 years old, if rain fall in that year is 0.6 inches then how many years does the car look old?<br /><br />9. Comparision of Standard deviation of the following numbers.<br />Col a: 56, 76, 98, 86<br />Col b: 88, 72, 53, 88<br /><br />10. A circle is inscribed in a Square, If the length of the diagonal of the square is 2 root(2) then find the radius of the circle?<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till 13th Mar) <br /><br /><br />1. Given a triangle with one angle 60degree and with a semicircle on the side opposite to the angle mentioned in the corner. If the two sides of the triangle adjacent to angle mentioned in the corner were 'x' units each then find the area of the traingle? Given the Circumference of the semicircle as 15pie?<br /><br />2. A company manufactures 10000 bulbs at a cost of 0.60$. Of these 0.1% were discarded and it sold the remaining for 1.1$ each. What is the difference between its revenue and manufacturing cost?<br /><br />3.Given a two figures, first figure contains a square with a circle of radius 'r' inscribed in it and the area outside the circle(within the square) is shaded . Second figure contains a circle radius of 'r' with a square inscribed in it and the area outside the square(within the circle) is shaded. <br />Col A: Area of Shaded region in the first figure <br />Col B: Area of Shaded region in the Second figure<br /><br />4. Given two rectangular solids. If smaller one has edges of 80% of the larger ones then<br />Col A: The ratio of smaller solid to the bigger is<br />Col B: 66/200<br /><br />5.[ 2^17 * 3^18 - 2^16 * 3^17] = <br /><br />6. Given that area of circle is 72 and angle of sector in it is 135degree. What percentage of area of circle is covered by sector area?<br /><br />7. If M = (2^8)(3^4)(5^2) then (2^16)(3^8)(5^4) is?<br />A. m<br />B. m^2<br />C. 2m<br />D. m/2<br />E. sqroot(m)<br /><br />8. There are 28 men in a room in that 14 men are selected out of which 7 are under 50years<br />Col A: Percentage of men under 50<br />Col B: 40%<br /><br />9. Given two circles "p" and "q" which touch each other and a line AB is drawn from center of one circle to other. Given that the area enclosed by A to the other center area enclosed by B are in the ratio 2:1. If the area enclosed by A is 'pie' then the area enclosed by B is?<br /><br />10. Ann gets salary 'X'. She spends for food and rent, so that the remaining salary left is 'Y'.<br />ColA: X<br />ColB: X-Y<br /><br /><br />(Till 12th Mar) <br /><br /><br />QUANTS:<br />1. In a city of ‘n’ population, if 26% are registered voters, of these 24% are above 65years and rest are below 65years then how many non-registered people are aged above 65years?<br /><br />2. A circle is given and there are 7 circles inscribed in that circle... such that along the diameter of the bigger circle there are 3 circles and 2 up, 2 down.. i.e total 7 circles are arranged like this.. in that big circle and all the 7 circles are shaded. If the radius of the bigger circle is 'r' then find the total area covered by all these smaller circles in terms of r?<br /><br />3. Given x = 5,6,7,8,9 and y = 11,12,13,14. By selecting one from x and one from y, how many sets of distinct values we get for x+y?circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-57369167324023154252008-06-20T04:07:00.000-07:002008-06-23T04:09:08.546-07:00JUNE QUANT(Till June 20th) <br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Quant:<br /><br />1. Col A: sqrt( 28) * sqrt(252) <br />Col B: 84<br /><br />2. If the Arithematic mean of a list of 65 items is 'p' and arithematic mean of a list of 92 items 'n'. When the the two lists are combined the average mean is 84 then what is the value of p/n?<br /><br />3. Given that a * b > 0<br />Col A: a/b divided by c<br />Col B: a divided by b/c<br /><br />4. Given two lines equations M and N as 3x^2+y-3=0 & 3x^2-y+3=0<br />Col A: slope of line M<br />Col B: slope of line N<br /><br />5. Given a solution having 5% salt concentration. To the 500cc of above solution how much amount of a 3.5% salt concentrated solution should be added in order to get 4% salt solution.?<br /><br />6. Given h > 0<br />Col A: h^2<br />Col B: 1/h^2<br /><br />7. A salesman gets 12% commission on the sales up to $ 500 and he gets 20% commission on the further sales amount on that day. If the salesman's total commission is $380 on that day, then how much amount did he sell on that day?<br /><br />8. Given that radius of circle M is 1/3 of the radius of circle N, then<br />Col A: 3 times the area of circle M<br />Col B: area of the circle N<br /><br />9. Given two cubiodal tanks M and N with sides of M as r, s and t and sides of N as u, v and w. If the sides r and s are 10% less than u and v, and t is 20% larger than w, then<br />Col A: Internal volume of tank M <br />Col B: Internal volume of tank N<br /><br />10. A number line is given in which three pionts are given as n, n+2, -n+2 on a number scale.<br />Col A: -n+2 <br />Col B: 4<br /><br /><br />(Till June 19th) <br /><br /><br />Quants: <br /><br />1. Given a rectangle of breadth 2m and area 26sq.m and this rectangle is divided vertically with two vertical lines(making it into 3 boxes). If the length of first & second box is 5 and third is 'x', then what is the value of 'x'?<br /><br />2. There was a survey of 500 persons. Each person was given some questions, and for each question they can answer either "YES" or "NO". If 410 persons from the group answered "YES" for the first question, 220 of the group answered "YES" for the second question and if 'n' is the least number of persons who answered "YES" to both the questions, what is the value of 'n' provided if all the 500 persons answered both the questions?<br /><br />3. Given one pentagon with angles x, x, x, 2x-90 and 80 and was asked to find x value?<br /><br />4. Given three points of a triangle as (0,0), (x,0) and (4,3). If the area is given as 12, then<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: 8<br /><br />5. Given x < y < 0<br />Col A: xy <br />Col B: y-x<br /><br />6. If the average of 'p' numbers in a list is 62 and the average of 'q' numbers in a list is 65, and if the average of 'p+q' is 85, then the value of p/q is?<br /><br />7. Given a circle, with another circle inscribed in it and the distance between bigger circle and smaller circle was shaded. If the bigger circle's radius was twice that of smaller circle. <br />Col A: area of bigger circle - area of smaller circle (shaded part) <br />Col B: area of smaller circle.<br /><br />8. Given two line equations 5x - y - 3 = 0 and 5x + y + 3 = 0.<br />Col A: Slope of the first line <br />Col B: Slope of the second line.<br /><br /><br /> (Till June 17th) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br />1. Given a rectangle of breadth 2m and perimeter 32m, and this rectangle is divided vertically with two vertical lines(making it into 3 boxes). If the length of first & second box is 5 and third is 'x', find the area of the rectangle?<br /><br />2. Col A: (2)^-1 + (4)^-1 + (6)^-1<br />Col B: 1 + (12)^-1<br /><br />3. Given 'n' is a positive integer. What is the least value of n, such that the product 12n should be a perfect square of some integer?<br /><br />4. Col A: r + s + s<br />Col B: r + r + s<br />(Question is exactly given like this without any specifications given: hence answer is "Cannot be determined" ).<br /><br />5. If the diameter of a circle is 7r + 4. What is the radius?<br /><br />6. Given that the range of 6 consecutive positive numbers is 6.8 and of 7 consecutive numbers is 13.2. If none of these numbers in the two groups are same, what would be the range of the 13 numbers?<br />(Question is similar to this.. with slight numerical changes)<br /><br />7. Given that 'm' and 'h' are two positive integers. If 10^50*m+h is divisible by 9, then <br />Col A: Remainder when 'm+h' is divided by 9 is <br />Col B: 5<br /><br />8. What is the remainder when 123^4-123^3+123^2-123 is divided by 122?<br /><br />9. Given xy = 0 <br />Col A: (x+y)^2 <br />Col B: (x-y)^2<br /><br />10. A Pentagon is given with one angle known and other angles in terms of x and asked to determine x?<br /><br />11. If -1 <br />(Till June 9th) <br /><br /><br />Quant:<br /><br />1. 0 < 7/m < m/7<br />Col A: m <br />Col B: 7<br /><br />2. Cube root of 150 lies in the range of?<br /><br />3. Given that AB is a side of triangle and CD diameter of a circle. If AB = CD, then<br />Col A: Perimeter of triangle <br />Col B: Circumferenece of circle<br /><br />4. There 20 students in a class, half of the students are boys. If 7 members should be selected out... and of which if 6 are girls find the probability that the 7th member is also a girl?<br /><br />5. Given 6 balls, numbered as 1,2,3,..6. If two balls are picked from them, then what is the probablity that their sum is 8?<br /><br />6. Col A: sqrt(3) / sqrt(2)+5 <br />Col B: sqrt(2) / sqrt(3)+5<br /><br />7. A cuboid was given with some boxes having l = 9, b = 3 and h = 3. Find the total surface area of the cuboid?<br /><br />8. If the total strength of a class is 35 and ratio(girls:boys) is 3:4, what is the difference between number of girls and boys in the class?<br /><br />9. Col A: Standard deviation of 1, 2, 3, 4 <br />Col B: half the Standard deviation of 3, 4, 6, 7.<br /><br />10. Given that x is not equal to 0 <br />Col A: x^(-x) / (lxl)<br />Col B: x^(-x)<br /><br />11. Given a equation of circle x^2 + y^2 = 49 with two points A(4a, 3) and B(0, -b) on the circle <br />Col A: Distance between points A & B<br />Col B: 12<br /><br />12. Col A: sqrt(11) + sqrt(17) <br />Col B: sqrt(14) + sqrt(14)circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-36182182963912871292008-06-20T04:05:00.000-07:002008-06-23T04:07:29.762-07:00JUNE VERBAL(Till June 20th)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Transient<br /><br />2. Cission<br /><br />3. Ambivalence<br /><br />4. Pinnacle<br /><br />5. Puissant<br /><br />6. Erudition<br /><br />7. Paean <br /><br />8. Taciturn<br /><br />9. Volubility<br /><br />10. Ponderous<br /><br />11. Cacophonous<br /><br />12. Hoary<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Down pouring: flooding<br /><br />2. Chip: stone<br /><br />3. Cacophonous: harmony <br /><br />4. Chatter: speaking <br /><br />5. Mine: ore<br /><br />6. Hoary: Old<br /><br />7. Convoluted: Complexity<br /><br /><br />Issue topic: <br /><br />1. Humanity is making no progress eventhough there is advancement in technology, still war, violence and poverty are existing.<br /><br />2. "No matter what the situation, it is more harmful to compromise one's beliefs than to adhere to them."<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The vice president for human resources at Climpson Industries sent the following recommendation to the company's president. "In an effort to improve our employees' productivity, we should implement electronic monitoring of employees' Internet use from their workstations. Employees who use the Internet from their workstations need to be identified and punished if we are to reduce the number of work hours spent on personal or recreational activities, such as shopping or playing games. By installing software to detect employees' Internet use on company computers, we can prevent employees from wasting time, foster a better work ethic at Climpson, and improve our overall profits." <br /><br /><br />(Till June 19th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Irk<br /><br />2. Waffle<br /><br />3. Fulminate <br /><br />4. Exalt<br /><br />5. Roil<br /><br />6. Transient<br /><br />7. Emancipate<br /><br />8. Dissipate<br /><br />9. Extant<br /><br />10. Abject<br /><br />11. Vicissitude<br /><br />12. Pliant<br /><br />13. Recalcitrant<br /><br />14. Unrelenting<br /><br />15. Precarious<br /><br />16. Nuance<br /><br />17. Prevaricator<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Impervious: Susceptible<br /><br /><br />2. Brake: Decelerate <br /><br />3. Dehydrate: Water <br /><br />4. Dishonesty: Integrity <br /><br />5. Philanthropist: Endow <br /><br />6. Prevaricator: Mislead <br /><br /><br />Antonyms:<br /><br />1. Paean x Lampoon <br /><br />2. Taciturn x Volubility <br /><br />3. Ponderous x Lively <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic: <br /><br />1. "Students should memorize facts only after they have studied the ideas, trends, and concepts that help explain those facts. Students who have learned only facts have learned very little." <br /><br />2."The primary goal of technological advancement should be to increase people's efficiency so that everyone has more leisure time." <br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a newsletter about health published in the country of Sauria. "According to Sauria's leading nutritional experts, a diet high in complex carbohydrates, and low in fat is optimal for good health and longevity. Because this was the diet of the people who lived in ancient Sauria, one would expect them to have had long and healthy lives. Yet the mummified remains of Sauria's ruling classes from two to three thousand years ago show the existence of many medical problems among the ancient Saurians, including dental problems, elevated blood pressure, obesity, heart disease, and early mortality. Clearly, the diet of the ancient Saurians was responsible for these problems. The high incidence of high blood pressure, obesity, and heart disease in Sauria today even among those who have tried low-fat, high-carbohydrate diets further proves that Sauria's leading nutritional experts are wrong." <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till June 17th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br />1. Iniquity(n): a violation of right or duty; wicked act; sin; morally objectionable behavior, absence of moral or spiritual values.<br />Synonyms: infamy, depravity, knavery, evil, immorality, miscreancy, offense, vice.<br /><br />2. Ponderous(adj): Having great weight; unwieldy from weight or bulk; lacking grace or fluency.<br />Synonyms: heavy, boring, dreary, plodding, tedious, awkward, bulky, cumbersome, dull, hefty, humdrum, massive, monotonous.<br />Antonyms: lively, exciting. <br /><br />3. Liken(v): to represent as similar or like; compare.<br />Synonyms: analogize, assimilate, compare, equate, identify, match, parallel.<br /><br />4. Omnipotent(adj): having very great or unlimited authority or power, almighty or infinite in power, as God.<br />Synonyms: powerful, mighty, supreme, all-powerful, almighty, deity, unequaled, unlimited<br />Antonyms: impotent, powerless, helpless.<br /><br />5. Dissipated(adj): indulging in or characterized by excessive devotion to pleasure; intemperate; dissolute. <br />Dissipated(v): to scatter in various directions; disperse; dispel; to spend or use wastefully or extravagantly; squander; deplete; To drive away.<br /><br />6. Rile(v): to irritate or vex; To stir to anger; to roil. <br />Synonyms: irk, annoy, provoke, chafe, nettle, agitate, anger, bother, bug, gall, needle, nettle, peeve.<br /><br />7. Addendum(n): a thing to be added; an addition; an appendix to a book; Something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book.<br /><br />8. Glimmer(n): a faint or unsteady light; a dim perception; inkling; To appear faintly or indistinctly; a slight suggestion or vague understanding; to shine faintly or unsteadily; twinkle, shimmer, or flicker.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Glimmer: light <br /><br />2. Addendum:document <br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br />1. Technologies not only influence but actually determine social customs and ethics.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a medical newsletter. "Doctors have long suspected that secondary infections may keep some patients from healing quickly after severe muscle strain. This hypothesis has now been proved by preliminary results of a study of two groups of patients. The first group of patients, all being treated for muscle injuries by Dr. Newland, a doctor who specializes in sports medicine, took antibiotics regularly throughout their treatment. Their recuperation time was, on average, 40 percent quicker than typically expected. Patients in the second group, all being treated by Dr. Alton, a general physician, were given sugar pills, although the patients believed they were taking antibiotics. Their average recuperation time was not significantly reduced. Therefore, all patients who are diagnosed with muscle strain would be well advised to take antibiotics as part of their treatment. " <br /><br />(Till June 12th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Affable(adj): pleasantly easy to approach and to talk to; friendly; showing warmth and friendliness<br />Synonyms: accessible, agreeable, amiable, benign, charming, complacent, complaisant, conversable, cordial, courteous, gallant, genial, gracious, hospitable, ingratiating, urbane.<br /><br />2. Indomitable(adj): Incapable of being overcome, subdued, or vanquished; unconquerable; that cannot be subdued or overcome, as persons, will, or courage; unconquerable.<br />Synonyms: courageous, dogged, intrepid, invincible, invulnerable, persevering, spunky, stalwart, staunch, undaunted, undefeatable, unyielding. <br />Antonyms: yielding<br /><br />3. Sedulous(adj):Persevering and constant in effort or application; diligent in application or attention; persevering<br />Synonyms: constant, untiring, tireless, active, assiduous, diligent, industrious, laborious, painstaking, persevering, persistent, untiring, vivacious.<br /><br />4. Rant(v): To speak or write in an angry or violent manner; Violent or extravagant speech or writing; talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner <br />Synonyms: bombast, extravagance, declaim, harangue, mouth, perorate, rave.<br /><br />5. Agrarian(adj): relating to land, land tenure, or the division of landed property; pertaining to the advancement of agricultural groups<br />Synonyms: agricultural, campestral, natural, pastoral. <br /><br />6. Gregarious(adj): fond of the company of others; sociable; living in flocks or herds, as animals<br />Synonyms: social, genial, outgoing, convivial, companionable, friendly, extroverted.<br /><br />7. Absolute(adj): Perfect in quality or nature; complete; free from restriction or limitation; not limited in any way; viewed independently; not comparative or relative; ultimate; intrinsic; positive; certain.<br />Synonyms: unadulterated, sheer, unqualified, undiluted, uncontaminated; total, unconditional; autocratic, dictatorial, totalitarian, categorical; unequivocal, definite, sure.<br />Antonyms: imperfect, flawed, mixed, diluted, contaminated, qualified, relative.<br /><br />8. Pugnacious(adj): inclined to quarrel or fight readily; quarrelsome; Combative in nature; ready and able to resort to force or violence <br />Synonyms: argumentative, contentious, bellicose, aggressive, antagonistic, belligerent, cantankerous, combative, defiant, militant, quarrelsome, rebellious, truculent.<br />Antonyms: agreeable.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a proposal from the economic minister of the country of Paraterra.<br />"In order to strengthen its lagging economy, last year the government of the nearby country of Bellegea began an advertising campaign to promote ecologically sound tourism (ecotourism). This year, the number of foreign visitors arriving at Bellegea's main airport doubled, and per capita income in Bellegea increased by ten percent. To provide more income for the population of Paraterra and also preserve the natural environment of our tiny country, we too should begin to promote ecotourism. To ensure that our advertising campaign is successful, we should hire the current director of Bellegea's National Tourism Office as a consultant for the campaign." <br /><br />(Till June 11th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Pulchritude(n): Great physical beauty and appeal; that quality of appearance which pleases the eye; attractive moral excellence; moral beauty.<br />Synonyms: appeal, beauty, comeliness, grace, handsomeness, loveliness.<br /><br />2.Exculpate(v): to clear from a charge of guilt or fault; free from blame;<br />Synonyms: absolve, acquit, amnesty, dismiss, excuse, exonerate, forgive, pardon, vindicate.<br /><br />3. Absolve(v): to free from guilt or blame or their consequences; to set free or release, as from some duty, obligation, or responsibility; to grant pardon for.<br />Synonyms: exculpate, absolve, acquit, exonerate, acquit, discharge, excuse, exempt, liberate, overlook, pardon, remit, vindicate.<br />Antonyms: blame.<br /><br />4. Scission(n): the act of cutting or severing; division or fission; a cutting, dividing, or splitting; division; separation. <br /><br />5. Recommit(v): to commit again; to refer again to a committee.<br /><br />6. pulsatile(adj): Undergoing pulsation; vibrating; Capable of being struck or beaten; played by beating or by percussion; as, a tambourine is a pulsatile musical instrument.<br /><br />7. Arabesque(n): A ballet position in which the dancer bends forward while standing on one straight leg with the arm extended forward and the other arm and leg extended backward; a short, fanciful musical piece, typically for piano; A complex, ornate design of intertwined floral, foliate, and geometric figures.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Crutch: Walk<br /><br />2. Chip : Stone<br /><br />3. Exculpate: Absolve<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.<br /><br />2. Colleges and universities should offer more courses on popular music, film, advertising, and television because contemporary culture has much greater relevance for students than do arts and literature of the past.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in the editorial section of a health and fitness magazine. "In a study of the effects of exercise on longevity, medical researchers tracked 500 middle-aged men over a 20-year period. The subjects represented a variety of occupations in several different parts of the country and responded to an annual survey in which they were asked: How often and how strenuously do you exercise? Of those who responded, the men who reported that they engaged in vigorous outdoor exercise nearly every day lived longer than the men who reported that they exercised mildly only once or twice a week. Given the clear link that this study establishes between longevity and exercise, doctors should not recommend moderate exercise to their patients but should instead encourage vigorous outdoor exercise on a daily basis."<br /><br /><br />(Till June 10th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Laconic(adj): Using or marked by the use of few words; expressing much in few words; concise<br />Synonyms: brief, pithy, terse; succinct, blunt, compact, concise, condensed, crisp, curt, pointed, succinct<br />Antonyms: voluble<br /><br />2. Abrogate(v): to abolish by formal or official means; annul by an authoritative act; repeal; to put aside; put an end to.<br />Synonyms: annul, cancel, dissolve, negate, nullify, overrule, quash, remit, repeal, repudiate, rescind, revoke, void, rescind, invalidate.<br />Antonyms: ratify, establish; preserve.<br /><br />3. Bilious(adj): extremely unpleasant or distasteful; peevish; irritable; cranky; Characterized by an excess secretion of bile; irritable as if suffering from indigestion<br />Synonyms: grumpy, crabby, cross, grouchy, dyspeptic<br /><br />4. Refractory(adj): hard or impossible to manage; stubbornly disobedient, difficult to fuse, reduce, or work, as an ore or metal.<br />Synonyms: bullheaded, cantankerous, contrary, difficult, disobedient, headstrong, incorrigible, intractable, obstinate, opinionated, perverse, rebellious, stubborn, ungovernable, unmanageable, unresponsive, unruly, unyielding, willful, mulish, recalcitrant, ernable. <br />Antonyms: obedient, tractable.<br /><br />5. Taciturn(adj): inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation; habitually reserved and uncommunicative <br />Synonyms: close-mouthed, reticent, tightlipped.<br /><br />6. Voluble(adj): characterized by a ready and continuous flow of words; fluent; glib; talkative; Turning easily on an axis; rotating.<br />Synonyms: fluent, glib, loquacious, revolving, rotating, talkative, twining, twisting, vocal, wordy; articulate, garrulous. <br />Antonyms: taciturn.<br /><br />7. Decentralized(v): to disperse (something) from an area of concentration; To distribute the administrative functions or powers of (a central authority) among several local authorities.<br /><br />8. Suspend(v): to hang by attachment to something above; to hold or keep undetermined; to defer or postpone <br />Synonyms: hold up, intermit, adjourn, cease, dangle, debar, defer, delay, expel, halt, hover, interrupt, pretermit, refrain, swing, waive.<br /><br />9. Obscure(adj): not clear to the understanding; hard to perceive; not clear or plain; indistinct to the sight or any other sense; not readily seen, heard, etc.;<br />Synonyms: abstruse, ambiguous, ambivalent, arcane, cabalistic, crepuscular, cryptic, enigmatic, equivocal, esoteric, fuliginous, incomprehensible, inscrutable, obfuscatory, recondite, transcendent, unfathomable, vague; dubious; blurred, veiled; undistinguished; secluded, inconspicuous, dusky, somber.<br />Antonyms: certain; clear; noted; conspicuous; bright.<br /><br />10. Debauchee(n): a person addicted to excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures; one given to debauchery; a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestrained<br /><br />11. Puckish(adj): mischievous; impish; naughtily or annoyingly playful<br />Synonyms: impish, mischievous, mysterious, naughty, playful, wicked.<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. High-speed electronic communications media, such as electronic mail and television, tend to prevent meaningful and thoughtful communication.<br /><br />2. In this age of intensive media coverage, it is no longer possible for a society to regard any woman or man as a hero. The reputation of anyone who is subjected to media scrutiny will eventually be diminished.<br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till June 9th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Flounder(v): to struggle clumsily or helplessly; walk with great difficulty; behave awkwardly; have difficulties.<br />Synonyms: blunder, falter, flounce, fluke, fumble, grovel, muddle, struggle, stumble, toss, trip, wallow<br /><br />2. Prolong(v): to lengthen out in time; extend the duration of; cause to continue longer<br />Synonyms: profuse, prolix, protractive, repetitious, sostenuto, sustaining<br />Antonyms 1. abbreviate<br /><br />3. Insalubrious(adj): unfavorable to health; unwholesome; detrimental to health; unhealthy, unsalutary<br /><br />4. Prate(v): to talk excessively and pointlessly; babble, to utter in empty or foolish talk<br />Synonyms: babble, blab, boast, brag, chatter, clash, drivel, gab, jabber, prattle, runon, utter, yack.<br /><br />5. Dissolute(adj): indifferent to moral restraints; given to immoral or improper conduct; Lacking moral restraint; indulging in sensual pleasures or vices.<br />Synonyms: corrupt, loose, debauched, wanton, abandoned, lax, lustful, profligate, rakish, slack, unprincipled, unrestrained<br /><br />6. Panorama(n): An unbroken view of an entire surrounding area; a comprehensive presentation; a mental vision of a series of events; A picture or series of pictures representing a continuous scene, often exhibited a part at a time by being unrolled and passed before the spectator.<br />Synonyms: scene, vista, prospect, compass, horizon, overview, perspective, sweep.<br /><br />7. Pedestrian(adj): going or performed on foot; walking; of or pertaining to walking; lacking in vitality, imagination, distinction, etc.; commonplace.<br /><br />8. Invigorating(adj): fill with life and energy; energize; imparting strength and vitality.<br />Synonyms: animating, bracing, brisk, crisp, exhilarative, roborant, spurring, stimulating, zestful.<br /><br />9. Aggrievance(n): Oppression; hardship; injury; grievance<br /><br />10. Inexplicable(adj): not explicable; incapable of being accounted for or explained; Difficult or impossible to explain or account for.<br />Synonyms: abstruse, ambiguous, enigmatic, inexplainable, mysterious, obscure, peculiar, preternatural, strange, supermundane, unaccountable, unfathomable.<br /><br />11. Placebo(n): A substance containing no medication and prescribed or given to reinforce a patient's expectation to get well; An inactive substance or preparation used as a control in an experiment or test to determine the effectiveness of a medicinal drug.<br /><br />12. Excoriate(v): express strong disapproval of; ear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading; to censure strongly; denounce<br />Synonyms: abrade, assail, chafe, chastise, condemn, criticize, denounce, flay, gall, lambaste, scold, strip.<br /><br />13. Burgeoning(v): To grow or develop rapidly; to begin to grow or blossom; To put forth new buds, leaves, or greenery; sprout.<br /><br />14. Extol(v): to praise highly; laud; <br />Synonyms: glorify, exalt, applaud, approbate, commend, compliment, deify, enhance, enshrine, eulogize, magnify, panegyrize, spiritualize, eulogistic, panegyric.<br />Antonyms: disparage.<br /><br />15. Resilience(n): the power or ability to return to the original form, position, etc., after being bent, compressed, or stretched; elasticity; ability to recover readily from illness, depression, adversity, or the like; buoyancy.<br />Synonyms: bounce, buoyancy, elasticity, resiliency.<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. In order to improve the quality of instruction at the college and university level, all faculty should be required to spend time working outside the academic world in professions relevant to the courses they teach.<br /><br />2. Creating an appealing image has become more important in contemporary society than is the reality or truth behind that image<br /><br /><br />E (Till June 5th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Belie(v): to show to be false; contradict; to misrepresent.<br />Synonyms: refute, disprove, controvert, repudiate, confute, gainsay, besiege, betray, camouflage, contradict, counterfeit, deceive, defame, deny, disguise, disprove, distort, slander.<br />Antonyms: prove, verify, support<br /><br />2. Repugnant(adj): distasteful, objectionable, or offensive; making opposition; opposed or contrary, as in nature or character. <br />Synonyms: antagonistic, adverse, hostile, abominable, despicable, disgusting, horrid, incompatible, loathsome, nasty, obnoxious, odious, revolting, sordid, squalid, unsavory, vile.<br /><br />3. Succinct(adj): expressed in few words; characterized by conciseness or verbal brevity.<br />Synonyms: concise; terse; pithy, compendious, laconic<br /><br />4. Invigorating(adj): fill with life and energy; energize<br />Synonyms: strengthen, vitalize, animating, bracing, brisk, crisp, exhilarative, roborant, spurring, stimulating, zestful.<br /><br />5. Proffer(n): an offer or proposal; a proposal offered for acceptance or rejection. <br />Synonyms: volunteer, propose, suggest; bid, proposal, tender<br /><br />6. Countenance(n): Appearance, especially the expression of the face; a look or expression indicative of encouragement or of moral support.<br />Synonyms: appearance, comportment, lineament, mien, physiognomy, sanction, visage <br /><br />7. Callous(adj): made hard; hardened; insensitive; indifferent; unsympathetic, Emotionally hardened; unfeeling. <br />Synonyms: adamant, anesthetic, apathetic, brawny, horny, impertinent, indurative, inexorable, obdurate, stubborn, torpid. <br /><br />8. Fastidious(adj): excessively particular, critical, or demanding; hard to please.<br />Synonyms: captious, dainty, discriminating, finicky, fussy, hypercritical, meticulous, nitpicky, punctilious, queasy, squeamish, stickling.<br />Antonyms: indifferent, sloppy, uncouth, uncritical, undemanding.<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic <br /><br />1. "People have been so encouraged by society to focus on apparent differences that they fail to see meaningful similarities among ideas, individuals, and groups.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic: <br /><br />1."In the last decade, the dairy production in Batavia County increased by 25%. There was a corresponding increase in the milk prices from $1.50 to $3 being sold at the Excello Food Market. The government must regulate the prices so that the farmers dont make excessive profits."<br /><br /><br /> (Till June 3rd)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Overhaul(v): To examine or go over carefully for needed repairs; to dismantle in order to make repairs, to gain upon, catch up with, or overtake, as in a race.<br /><br />2. Oblivious(adj): unmindful; unconscious; unaware; forgetful; Lacking all memory<br />Synonyms: withdrawn, musing, daydreaming, dreamy, forgetful, distracted, abstracted.<br /><br />3. Legerdemain(n): A show of skill or deceitful cleverness; sleight of hand.<br />Synonyms: artfulness, conjuring, deceit, deception, magic, trickery. <br /><br />4. Martinet(n): a strict disciplinarian, esp. a military one; a rigid military disciplinarian; One who demands absolute adherence to forms and rules.<br />Synonyms: authoritarian, dictator, disciplinarian, ramrod, tyrant. <br /><br />5. Pelf(n): money or wealth, esp. when regarded with contempt or acquired by reprehensible means; Wealth or riches, especially when dishonestly acquired.<br />Synonyms: loot, lucre. <br /><br />6. Impecunious(adj): having little or no money; penniless; poor, not having enough money to pay for necessities <br />Synonyms: broke, destitute, impoverished, indigent, needy, penniless, poverty-stricken.<br /><br />7. Eulogy(n): a speech or writing in praise of a person or thing; high praise or commendation; A laudatory speech or written tribute, especially one praising someone who has died. <br />Synonyms: acclaim, address, commendation, encomium, eulogium, homage, laudation, oration, paean, panegyric, praise, salutation, tribute. <br /><br />8. Saga(n): a long, detailed story; any narrative or legend of heroic exploits.<br />Synonyms: adventure, edda, epic, history, legend, myth, narrative, tale, yarn. <br /><br />9. Ladle(n): a long-handled utensil with a cup-shaped bowl for dipping or conveying liquids.<br />Synonyms: bail, calabash, cyathus, dipper, pour, scoop, serve, spoon. <br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Soup: Ladle<br /><br />2. Saga:poem<br /><br />3. Date:calender<br /><br /><br />Issue topic:<br /><br />1. The surest indicator of the greatness of a nation is not the achievements of its scientists, rulers or artists but the general welfare of the people.circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-69834063316580998492008-05-28T04:02:00.000-07:002008-06-23T04:04:47.619-07:00MAY VERBAL(Till May 28th)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Prolific(adj): Producing offspring or fruit in great abundance; fertile; characterized by abundant production.<br />Synonyms: teeming, fecund, abundant.<br />Antonyms: barren.<br /><br />2. Consonant(adj): in agreement; agreeable; in accord; consistent ; corresponding in sound, as words<br />Synonyms: concordant, congruous, conformant, accordant, compatible, congenial, harmonious.<br />Antonyms: dissonant<br /><br />3. Boast(v): to speak with exaggeration and excessive pride, esp. about oneself; to glorify oneself in speech; talk in a self-admiring way<br />Boast(n): The act or an instance of bragging.<br />Synonyms(n): brag, braggadocio, fanfaronade, gasconade, rodomontade, vaunt <br />Synonyms(v): brag, crow, gasconade, rodomontade, vaunt <br /><br />4. Accolade(n): any award, honor, an expression of approval; praise; a ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation.<br />Synonyms: award, guerdon, honorarium, plum, premium.<br /><br />5. Prig(n): A person who demonstrates an exaggerated conformity or propriety, especially in an irritatingly arrogant or smug manner.<br />Priggish(adj): exaggeratedly proper<br />Synonyms: Victorian, bluenosed, old-maidish, precise, prim, prudish, puritanical, strait-laced, stuffy, genteel<br /><br />6. Straddling(n): to stand or sit with a leg on each side of; to stand wide apart, as the legs; the taking of a noncommittal position<br /><br />7. Belie(v): to show to be false; contradict; to misrepresent.<br />Synonyms: refute, disprove, controvert, repudiate, confute, gainsay, besiege, betray, camouflage, contradict, counterfeit, deceive, defame, deny, disguise, disprove, distort, slander.<br />Antonyms: prove, verify, support. <br /><br />8. Dissipated(adj): indulging in or characterized by excessive devotion to pleasure; intemperate; Wasted or squandered.<br />Synonyms: dissolute, incontinent, licentious, profligate, unbridled, unconstrained, unrestrained, wanton.<br /><br />9. Nuance(n): a subtle difference or distinction in expression, meaning, response; a very slight difference or variation in color or tone<br />Synonyms: subtlety, nicety, hint, refinement, variation. <br /><br />10. Pernicious(adj): causing insidious harm or ruin; injurious; hurtful<br />Synonyms: baleful, baneful, deleterious, detrimental, evil, fatal, malign, noxious, ruinous, toxic, lethal. <br /><br />11. Gossamer(n): something extremely light, flimsy, or delicate; a fine, a fine film of cobwebs often seen floating in the air or caught on bushes or grass; a soft sheer gauzy fabric.<br /><br />12. Elusive(adj): eluding clear perception or complete mental grasp; hard to express or define; difficult to describe.<br />Synonyms: baffling, cagey, cunning, eely, ephemeral, equivocal, evasive, fleeting, foxy, impalpable, insidious, intangible, lubricious, mysterious, saponaceous, slippery, subtle, tricky, wily. <br /><br />13. Impede(v): to retard in movement or progress by means of obstacles or hindrances; to prevent or delay the start or progress of.<br />Synonyms: clog, curb, deter, disrupt, hamper, harass, hinder, interfere, obstruct, stymie, thwart. <br /><br />14. Encumbrance(n): something that encumbers; something burdensome, useless, or superfluous; burden; hindrance; a dependent person; a charge against property; any obstruction that impedes or is burdensome. <br />Synonyms: complication, debt, embarrassment, handicap, hindrance, impediment, incubus, obstacle, perplexity.<br /><br />15. Quarantine(n): a strict isolation imposed to prevent the spread of disease; to exclude, detain, or isolate for political, social, or hygienic reasons. <br />Synonyms: ban, confine, exclude, interdict, isolate, restrain, restrict. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Impede: Encumbrance<br /><br />2.Quarantine: Isolate<br /><br /> (Till May 23rd)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Irrational(adj): not in accordance with reason, without the faculty of reason; deprived of reason ; utterly illogical; without or deprived of normal mental clarity or sound judgment, absurd; foolish.<br />Synonyms: unreasonable, ridiculous; insensate; illogical.<br /><br />2. Friable(adj): easily crumbled or reduced to powder; crumbling.<br />Synonyms: fragile, frangible, brittle<br /><br />3. Consensus(n): An opinion or position reached by a group as a whole; general agreement or concord.<br />Synonyms: unanimousness, harmony.<br /><br />4. Torpor(n): A state of mental or physical inactivity or insensibility; a state of suspended physical powers and activities; sluggish inactivity or inertia<br />Synonyms: stolidity, listlessness, lethargy, sleepiness, slumber, drowsiness; apathy; numbness.<br /><br />5. Mollify(v): to soften in feeling or temper, as a person; to reduce the rigidity of.<br />Synonyms: pacify, appease, soothe, assuage, conciliate, dulcify, placate, propitiate.<br /><br />6. Beguile(v): to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; to take away from by cheating or deceiving; to charm or divert<br />Synonyms: delude; bewitch, captivate, enchant, betray, cozen, hoodwink, humbug.<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic : <br /><br />1. The best way to understand the character of a society is... only by studying its major cities. <br />(something similar to this)<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. Thirteen years ago, researchers studied a group of 25 infants who showed signs of mild distress when exposed to unfamiliar stimuli such as an unusual odor or a tape recording of an unknown voice. They discovered that these infants were more likely than other infants to have been conceived in early autumn, a time when their mothers' production of melatonin—a hormone known to affect some brain functions—would naturally increase in response to decreased daylight. In a follow-up study conducted earlier this year, more than half of these children—now teenagers—who had shown signs of distress identified themselves as shy. Clearly, increased levels of melatonin before birth cause shyness during infancy and this shyness continues into later life. <br /><br />(Till May 21st)<br /><br /><br />Todays Words:<br /><br />1. Bilious(adj): relating to or containing bile; irritable as if suffering from indigestion; extremely unpleasant or distasteful.<br />Synonyms: grumpy, crabby, cross, grouchy, dyspeptic; peevish; irritable; cranky.<br /><br />2. Inveterate(adj): Firmly and long established; deep-rooted; settled or confirmed in a habit.<br />Synonyms: hardened, constant, habitual, set, fixed, rooted.<br /><br />3. Hermetic(adj): Completely sealed, especially against the escape or entry of air; not affected by outward influence or power; isolated.<br /><br />4. Obscure(adj): not clear or plain, not clear to the understanding.<br />Synonyms: dubious, ambiguous, vague, or uncertain, blurred, veiled, undistinguished, secluded, inconspicuous, dusky, somber, abstruse.<br />Antonyms: certain, clear, conspicuous, bright.<br /><br />5. Hygienic(adj): conducive to good health; healthful; sanitary; tending to promote or preserve health.<br /><br />6. Absolve(v): to free from guilt or blame or their consequences, to grant pardon for, To pronounce clear of guilt or blame; to relieve of a requirement or obligation.<br />Synonyms: exculpate, acquit, exonerate, vindicate.<br />Antonyms: blame.<br /><br />7. Mollify(v): to soften in feeling or temper, to calm in temper or feeling; to reduce the rigidity of; soften.<br />Synonyms: appease, assuage, calm, conciliate, dulcify, pacify, placate, propitiate. <br /><br />8. Mitigate(v): to lessen in force or intensity; to make less severe<br />Synonyms: allay, alleviate, assuage, comfort, ease, lessen, lighten, palliate. <br /><br />9. Extricate(v): To release from an entanglement or difficulty; to liberate from combination.<br />Synonyms: loose, rescue, recover; disengage.<br /><br />10. Assuage(v): to make milder or less severe; relieve; ease, to soothe, calm; to satisfy.<br />Synonyms: alleviate, lessen, relieve, mitigate, allay, appease, mollify.<br />Antonyms: intensify. <br /><br />11. Verbiage(n): overabundance or superfluity of words, as in writing or speech; the manner in which something is expressed in words.<br />Synonyms: diffuseness, diffusion, pleonasm, prolixity, redundancy, verboseness, verbosity, wordage.<br /><br />12. Overhaul(v): To examine or go over carefully for needed repairs; to dismantle in order to make repairs, to gain upon, catch up with, or overtake, as in a race.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Overhaul: Revision<br /><br />2. Thermal: Heat<br /><br /><br /><br />(Till May 16th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Sequential(adj): characterized by regular sequence of parts; following.<br />Synonyms: sequent, serial, subsequent, successional, successive, Sequential, consequent. <br />2. Latent(adj): potentially existing but not presently evident or realized; apparent; remaining in an inactive or hidden phase.<br />Synonyms: dormant, quiescent, veiled, abeyant, inactive, sleeping. <br />Antonyms: open, active.<br /><br />3. Garrulous(adj): excessively talkative in a rambling, roundabout manner; wordy or diffuse.<br />Synonyms: prating, babbling; verbose, prolix, loquacious.<br />Antonyms: reticent, uncommunicative, taciturn, close-mouthed.<br /><br />4. Effervescence(v): to give off bubbles of gas, as fermenting liquors; to show enthusiasm, excitement, liveliness, etc.<br /><br />5. Discordant(adj): being at variance; disagreeing;harsh; Not being in accord; conflicting; not in agreement or harmony.<br />Synonyms: dissonant; incongruous; Discordant; discrepant.<br /><br />6. Harmony(n): agreement; accord;a consistent, orderly, or pleasing arrangement. <br />Synonyms: accord, concert, concord, symphony, tune; congruity; amity, friendship; consonance, conformity, correspondence, consistency. <br /><br />7. Delegation(n): the body of delegates chosen to represent a political unit, as a state, in an assembly; a group or body of delegates; authorizing subordinates to make certain decisions. <br />Synonyms: commission.<br /><br />8. Pride(n): the state or feeling of being proud; a high or inordinate opinion of one's own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority; an excessively high opinion of oneself.<br />Synonyms: conceit, self-esteem, egotism, vanity, vainglory; amour-propre, ego, self-regard, self-respect. <br />Antonyms: humility.<br /><br />9. Esteem(v): to regard highly or favorably; regard with respect or admiration.<br />Synonyms: reverence, veneration; account, admiration, appreciation, consideration, estimation, favor, honor, regard, respect.<br />Antonyms: disdain.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Discordant: Harmony<br /><br />2. Delegation: Represent<br /><br />3. Pride: Esteem<br /><br /> (Till May 14th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Appease(v): to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment; to satisfy; or relieve<br />Synonyms: pacify; soothe; assuage; allay; conciliate, propitiate <br />Antonyms: enrage; increase, arouse, sharpen; defy.<br /><br />2. Estrange(v): to turn away in feeling or affection; make unfriendly or hostile; to divert from the original use or possessor; To withdraw; to withhold<br />Synonyms: alienate, disaffect, disunite <br /><br />3. Succinct(adj): expressed in few words; characterized by conciseness or verbal brevity.<br />Synonyms: concise; terse; pithy, compendious, laconic<br /><br />4. Dependant(adj): Contingent on another; Subordinate; Relying on or requiring the aid of another for support; addicted to a drug.<br /><br />5. Oblivious(adj): unmindful; unconscious; unaware; forgetful; Lacking all memory<br />Synonyms: withdrawn, musing, daydreaming, dreamy, forgetful, distracted, abstracted.<br /><br />6. Drift(n): a driving movement or force; impulse; pressure; overbearing power or influence;impetus.<br /><br />7. Sequential(adj): characterized by regular sequence of parts; following;<br />Synonyms: sequent, serial, subsequent, successional, successive, Sequential, consequent. <br /><br />8. Erudite(adj): characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly.<br />Synonyms educated, knowledgeable; wise, sapient<br /><br />9. Bewilderment(n): The condition of being confused or disoriented; confusion resulting from failure to understand <br />Synonyms: befuddlement, discombobulation, fog, muddle, mystification, perplexity, puzzlement, stupefaction, stupor, trance, daze.<br /><br />10. Keen (adj): Having a fine, sharp cutting edge or point; having or marked by intellectual quickness<br />Synonyms: cutting, bitter, caustic; piercing, penetrating, acute; discerning, astute, sagacious, shrewd, clever; avid; earnest, fervid.<br />Antonyms: dull.<br /><br />11. Benevolent(adj): desiring to help others; charitable; characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings. <br />Synonyms: altruistic, beneficent, benign, benignant, goodhearted, kindhearted, humane, generous, liberal, philanthropic.<br />Antonyms: cruel, malevolent.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Finger print: Identification<br /><br />2. Frequent: Rare<br /><br /><br />Issue Topics:<br /><br />1."The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were made possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten."<br /><br />2. History is useful to find illusion of particular period of time they lived.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a newspaper feature story. "At the small, nonprofit hospital in the town of Saluda, the average length of a patient's stay is two days; at the large, for-profit hospital in the nearby city of Megaville, the average patient stay is six days. Also, the cure rate among patients in the Saluda hospital is about twice that of the Megaville hospital. The Saluda hospital has more employees per patient than the hospital in Megaville, and there are few complaints about service at the local hospital. Such data indicate that treatment in smaller, nonprofit hospitals is more economical and of better quality than treatment in larger, for-profit hospitals." <br /><br />(Till May 9th)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Affinity (n): A natural attraction, liking, or feeling of kinship.<br />Synonyms: partiality, fondness; sympathy, leaning, bent; similarity, compatibility.<br />Antonyms: dislike, aversion, dissimilarity, disparity<br /><br />2. Invigorate (v): to give vigor to; fill with life and energy; energize; heighten or intensify;<br /><br />3. Prolong (v): to lengthen out in time; extend the duration of; cause to continue longer; to lengthen in duration; to lengthen in extent.<br />Synonyms: draw out, elongate, extend, prolongate, protract, spin, stretch.<br />Antonyms: abbreviate<br /><br />4. Appease (v): to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment;to satisfy or relieve.<br />Synonyms: to allay, or relieve; assuage; pacify; soothe; conciliate, dulcify, mollify, placate, propitiate.<br /><br />5. Repose (n): The act of resting or the state of being at rest; peace; calm, tranquillity.<br /><br />6. Elucidate (v): to make lucid or clear; throw light upon; make clear and (more) comprehensible; to provide clarification; explain<br /><br />7. Stoical (adj): impassive; characterized by a calm<br />Synonyms: imperturbable, cool, indifferent.<br />Antonyms: sympathetic, warm, demonstrative, effusive.<br /><br />8. Rescind (v): to abrogate; annul; revoke; repeal; to invalidate (an act, measure, etc.) by a later action or a higher authority. <br />Synonyms: nullify; retract, withdraw; countermand, repeal, veto.<br /><br />9. Maverick (n): someone who exhibits great independence in thought and action.<br />Synonyms: nonconformist, independent, loner.<br /><br />10. Saunter (v): to walk with a leisurely gait; stroll; a leisurely walk (n).<br />Synonyms: amble, ramble, meander.<br /><br />11. Wary(adj): watchful; being on one's guard against danger<br />Synonyms: alert, vigilant, guarded, circumspect, prudent. <br /><br />12. Gulled (v): To deceive or cheat.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Conductor: score<br /><br />2. Saunter: walk<br /><br />3. Wary: gulled<br /><br />4. He: she<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The surest indicator of a great nation is not the achievements of its rulers, artists, or scientists, but the general welfare of all its people.circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-31239924231888355602008-05-28T03:58:00.000-07:002008-06-23T04:02:25.452-07:00MAY QUANT(Till May 28th) <br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. If 0 > x > -1 then which of the following must be the greatest among all the given options <br />A. x <br />B. 2x <br />C. x^3 <br />D. x-1 <br />E. x^3-1 <br /><br />2. If x < y and x^2-xy=0<br />Col a: x<br />Col b: 0<br /><br />3. Col A: 1/97+1/98+1/99+1/100<br />Col B: 1/25<br /><br />4. In one bag, half the balls are red, 1/8 green, 24 are neither, so how many balls are there altogether?<br /><br />5. Col a: (4^-3+4^9)/32^-2<br />Col b:16(1+2^23)<br /><br />6. If a man walks at the rate of 3miles per hour then the distance he covered in 18 minutes is given by (1mile = 5208foot)<br />A. 4000 feet<br />B. 4250 feet<br />C. 4500 feet<br />D. 4750 feet<br />E. 5000 feet<br /><br />7. Given a smaller circle inscribed in the larger circle, if.... 'r' is a point on the smaller circle, 's' is a point on the larger circle, 'o' is the center of both the circles, or = x, rs = y, and if the area of the smaller circle is equal to the area of the big circle minus the area of the small circle, then what is value of y in terms of x?<br /><br />8. 1/500 - 1/1000 = <br /><br />9. If x is a positive number, then <br />Col A: x^2 <br />Col B: 1/x^2 <br /><br />10. mod(2- 1/2) + mod(2- 7/2) = ?<br /><br />11. A man invested Rs.10,000 at the rate of interest x% and Rs.8000 at the rate of interest y%. If x = (3/4)*y then<br />col A: Interest for 1 year for 10000 at x%<br />col B: Interest for 1 year for 8000 at y% <br /><br />(Till May 26th) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. For 'n' any positive integer, if An = n^2<br />Col A: A1+A2+A3+A4+A5<br />Col B: 30<br /><br />2. If a principle amount of Rs.10,000/- were given at the rate of interest x% and Rs.8000/- were given at the rate of y% and if x=3y/4 then<br />Col A: interest on money given at the rate x percent<br />Col B: interest on money given at the rate y percent<br /><br />3. How many maximum non-overlaping divisions can be made in a rectangular by drawing 3 straight line.<br /><br />4. Given a right angle triangle ABC, the length of hypoteneous AB is 15 and a point D was given on AB and DB is 5 and other point E was given on AC. Angle c and e are both 90 degree. Find the length of AE?<br /><br />5. A company charges 4$ per order as transportation fees and 0.5$ per book. If an order costs x$ and it is equal to m times the transportation fees. What is the charge per book in terms of x and m?<br /><br /><br /><br />Till May 23rd) <br /><br /><br />1. If a2 = a1 + 4* a1 and a1 = 3 find the 19th term of series?<br /><br />2. If x = (1000) ^10 <br />Col A: number of zeroes in 'x' <br />Col B: 30<br /><br />3. If 621<x<675 and “x” is a multiple of 3, and if “u” is unit digit of “x” and “t” is tens digit of “x” then which of the following should be a multiple of “x”.<br />A. t+u<br />B. u-t<br />C. t^u<br />D. u^t<br /><br />4. <br /> <br />Col A: X<br />Col B: Y <br /><br />5. There are 26 women in a room in that 13 women are selected out of which 7 are under 40 years. <br />Col A: Percentage of women under 40 <br />Col B: 40%<br /><br /><br /><br /> (Till May 20th) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br /><br />1. If the sum of the first 100 positive integers is 5050 then what is the sum of the first 200 positive integers? <br />A. 10,100 <br />B. 10,200 <br />C. 15,050 <br />D. 20,050 <br />E. 20,100<br /><br />2. Col A: sqrt(11)<br />Col B: 3.5<br /><br />3. If the product of 6 integers is negative, at most how many of the integers can be negative?<br /><br />4. If the slope of the line passing through the point (5,5) is 5/6. All of the following points could be on the line except.....<br />(some points were given in the options).<br />Question is similar to this.....<br /><br />5. If 3x + y = 19 and x + 3y = 1 are the equation given. Find the value of 2x + 2y?<br /><br />6. John wrote a phone number on a note that was later lost. John can remember that the number had 7 digits, the digit "1" appeared in the last three places and "0" did not appear at all. What is the probability that the phone number contains at least two prime digits?<br />a) 15/16<br />b) 11/16<br />c) 11/12<br />d) 1/2<br />e) 5/8<br /><br />7. A group of 4 pumps are filling a tank. Each of the 3 smaller pumps works at 2/3rds the rate of the largest pump. If all 4 pumps work at the same time, they should fill the tank in what fraction of the time.... that it would have taken the largest pump if it operated alone?<br /><br />8. If p+6, q+6, r+6 has a standard Deviation 'S' then what will be the Standard Deviation for p, q, r?<br />a.6S+6<br />b.8S+18<br />c.6S<br />d. none<br /><br />9. If the profit made by a company is given by P and the tax the company has to pay to the government is $6000 + r% of the profit over $250000. If a company has to pay 3% of its profit as tax, what is the profit made by the company?<br /><br />10. Given a1, a2, a3,......an, is a series such that an= an - a(n-1), for 2>n. If a1=-5, a2= 4, find the sum of first 50 numbers of the series?<br /><br />11. Given two circles of radius 3 and 5, if a line tangent to the smaller circle passes through the bigger circle at points Q and P. What is the length of PQ?circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-55068015215262379142008-04-20T03:56:00.000-07:002008-06-23T03:58:07.467-07:00APRIL QUANT(Till June 20th) <br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Quant:<br /><br />1. Col A: sqrt( 28) * sqrt(252) <br />Col B: 84<br /><br />2. If the Arithematic mean of a list of 65 items is 'p' and arithematic mean of a list of 92 items 'n'. When the the two lists are combined the average mean is 84 then what is the value of p/n?<br /><br />3. Given that a * b > 0<br />Col A: a/b divided by c<br />Col B: a divided by b/c<br /><br />4. Given two lines equations M and N as 3x^2+y-3=0 & 3x^2-y+3=0<br />Col A: slope of line M<br />Col B: slope of line N<br /><br />5. Given a solution having 5% salt concentration. To the 500cc of above solution how much amount of a 3.5% salt concentrated solution should be added in order to get 4% salt solution.?<br /><br />6. Given h > 0<br />Col A: h^2<br />Col B: 1/h^2<br /><br />7. A salesman gets 12% commission on the sales up to $ 500 and he gets 20% commission on the further sales amount on that day. If the salesman's total commission is $380 on that day, then how much amount did he sell on that day?<br /><br />8. Given that radius of circle M is 1/3 of the radius of circle N, then<br />Col A: 3 times the area of circle M<br />Col B: area of the circle N<br /><br />9. Given two cubiodal tanks M and N with sides of M as r, s and t and sides of N as u, v and w. If the sides r and s are 10% less than u and v, and t is 20% larger than w, then<br />Col A: Internal volume of tank M <br />Col B: Internal volume of tank N<br /><br />10. A number line is given in which three pionts are given as n, n+2, -n+2 on a number scale.<br />Col A: -n+2 <br />Col B: 4<br /><br /> (Till June 19th) <br /><br /><br />Quants: <br /><br />1. Given a rectangle of breadth 2m and area 26sq.m and this rectangle is divided vertically with two vertical lines(making it into 3 boxes). If the length of first & second box is 5 and third is 'x', then what is the value of 'x'?<br /><br />2. There was a survey of 500 persons. Each person was given some questions, and for each question they can answer either "YES" or "NO". If 410 persons from the group answered "YES" for the first question, 220 of the group answered "YES" for the second question and if 'n' is the least number of persons who answered "YES" to both the questions, what is the value of 'n' provided if all the 500 persons answered both the questions?<br /><br />3. Given one pentagon with angles x, x, x, 2x-90 and 80 and was asked to find x value?<br /><br />4. Given three points of a triangle as (0,0), (x,0) and (4,3). If the area is given as 12, then<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: 8<br /><br />5. Given x < y < 0<br />Col A: xy <br />Col B: y-x<br /><br />6. If the average of 'p' numbers in a list is 62 and the average of 'q' numbers in a list is 65, and if the average of 'p+q' is 85, then the value of p/q is?<br /><br />7. Given a circle, with another circle inscribed in it and the distance between bigger circle and smaller circle was shaded. If the bigger circle's radius was twice that of smaller circle. <br />Col A: area of bigger circle - area of smaller circle (shaded part) <br />Col B: area of smaller circle.<br /><br />8. Given two line equations 5x - y - 3 = 0 and 5x + y + 3 = 0.<br />Col A: Slope of the first line <br />Col B: Slope of the second line.<br /><br /> (Till June 17th) <br /><br /><br />Quants:<br />1. Given a rectangle of breadth 2m and perimeter 32m, and this rectangle is divided vertically with two vertical lines(making it into 3 boxes). If the length of first & second box is 5 and third is 'x', find the area of the rectangle?<br /><br />2. Col A: (2)^-1 + (4)^-1 + (6)^-1<br />Col B: 1 + (12)^-1<br /><br />3. Given 'n' is a positive integer. What is the least value of n, such that the product 12n should be a perfect square of some integer?<br /><br />4. Col A: r + s + s<br />Col B: r + r + s<br />(Question is exactly given like this without any specifications given: hence answer is "Cannot be determined" ).<br /><br />5. If the diameter of a circle is 7r + 4. What is the radius?<br /><br />6. Given that the range of 6 consecutive positive numbers is 6.8 and of 7 consecutive numbers is 13.2. If none of these numbers in the two groups are same, what would be the range of the 13 numbers?<br />(Question is similar to this.. with slight numerical changes)<br /><br />7. Given that 'm' and 'h' are two positive integers. If 10^50*m+h is divisible by 9, then <br />Col A: Remainder when 'm+h' is divided by 9 is <br />Col B: 5<br /><br />8. What is the remainder when 123^4-123^3+123^2-123 is divided by 122?<br /><br />9. Given xy = 0 <br />Col A: (x+y)^2 <br />Col B: (x-y)^2<br /><br />10. A Pentagon is given with one angle known and other angles in terms of x and asked to determine x?<br /><br />11. If -1 <br /> (Till June 9th) <br /><br /><br />Quant:<br /><br />1. 0 < 7/m < m/7<br />Col A: m <br />Col B: 7<br /><br />2. Cube root of 150 lies in the range of?<br /><br />3. Given that AB is a side of triangle and CD diameter of a circle. If AB = CD, then<br />Col A: Perimeter of triangle <br />Col B: Circumferenece of circle<br /><br />4. There 20 students in a class, half of the students are boys. If 7 members should be selected out... and of which if 6 are girls find the probability that the 7th member is also a girl?<br /><br />5. Given 6 balls, numbered as 1,2,3,..6. If two balls are picked from them, then what is the probablity that their sum is 8?<br /><br />6. Col A: sqrt(3) / sqrt(2)+5 <br />Col B: sqrt(2) / sqrt(3)+5<br /><br />7. A cuboid was given with some boxes having l = 9, b = 3 and h = 3. Find the total surface area of the cuboid?<br /><br />8. If the total strength of a class is 35 and ratio(girls:boys) is 3:4, what is the difference between number of girls and boys in the class?<br /><br />9. Col A: Standard deviation of 1, 2, 3, 4 <br />Col B: half the Standard deviation of 3, 4, 6, 7.<br /><br />10. Given that x is not equal to 0 <br />Col A: x^(-x) / (lxl)<br />Col B: x^(-x)<br /><br />11. Given a equation of circle x^2 + y^2 = 49 with two points A(4a, 3) and B(0, -b) on the circle <br />Col A: Distance between points A & B<br />Col B: 12<br /><br />12. Col A: sqrt(11) + sqrt(17) <br />Col B: sqrt(14) + sqrt(14)circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-91986805679590051042008-04-29T03:54:00.000-07:002008-06-23T03:55:09.892-07:00APRIL VERBAL(Till Apr 29th)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Maverick(n): someone who exhibits great independence in thought and action.<br />Synonyms: nonconformist, independent, loner.<br /><br />2.Meet(v): to come upon; come into the presence of; encounter; to become acquainted with;<br />Synonyms: get together, rendezvous, confront, intersect, converge, unite.<br />Antonyms: adjourn, scatter, diverge.<br /><br />3. Embolden(v): to make bold or bolder; hearten; encourage<br /><br />4. Prevaricate(v): to speak falsely or misleadingly; To stray from or evade the truth; <br />Synonyms: evade, shift, equivocate.<br /><br />5. Lachrymose(adj): suggestive of or tending to cause tears; tearful; given to shedding tears readily; mournful.<br /><br />6. Dilettante(n): a person who takes up an art, activity, or subject merely for amusement.<br />Synonyms: amateur.<br /><br />7. Wardrobe(n): a stock of clothes or costumes; a room or place in which to keep clothes or costumes; a piece of furniture for holding clothes<br /><br />8. Resilient(adj): springing back; rebounding; returning to the original form or position after being bent, compressed, or stretched.<br />Synonyms: elastic, flexible, springy.<br /><br />9. Ethereal(adj): extremely delicate or refined; Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality;<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Opera :music<br /><br />2. Meet: embloden<br /><br />3. wardrobe:garment <br /><br /><br />Issue topic: <br /><br />1. People who pursue their own intellectual interests for purely personal reasons are more likely to benefit the rest of the world than are people who try to act for the public good.<br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a memo from the mayor of the town of Hopewell. "Two years ago, the town of Ocean View built a new municipal golf course and resort hotel. During the past two years, tourism in Ocean View has increased, new businesses have opened there, and Ocean View's tax revenues have risen by 30 percent. The best way to improve Hopewell's economy, and generate additional tax revenues, is to build a golf course and resort hotel similar to those in Ocean View." <br /><br /> (Till Apr 25th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Stasis(n): the state of equilibrium or inactivity caused by opposing equal forces; A condition of balance among various forces; motionlessness.<br /><br />2. Proffer(v): to put before a person for acceptance; offer.<br />Synonyms: bid, proposal, tender.<br /><br />3. Belie(v): to show to be false; to misrepresent; to act unworthily according to the standards.<br />Synonyms: refute, disprove, controvert, repudiate, confute, gainsay.<br />Antonyms: prove, verify, support.<br /><br />4. Repudiate(v): to reject as having no authority or binding force; to reject with disapproval or condemnation.<br />Synonyms: disavow, renounce, discard, disclaim, condemn, disapprove, deny, disacknowledge, reject. <br />Antonyms: accept, approve.<br /><br />5. Aggrandize(v): to widen in scope; increase in size or intensity; enlarge; extend; to make great or greater in power, wealth, rank, or honor. <br />Synonyms: inflate, strengthen, exalt, magnify.<br />Antonyms: reduce, diminish, minimize.<br /><br />6. Lithe(adj): bending readily; pliant; limber; supple; flexible; Marked by effortless grace.<br /><br />7. Happenstance(n): a chance happening or event<br /><br />8. Spartan(adj): sternly disciplined and rigorously simple, frugal, or austere; Rigorously self-disciplined or self-restrained, brave; undaunted. <br /><br />9. Mulish(adj): as being very stubborn, obstinate, or intractable; unreasonably rigid in the face of argument or entreaty or attack. <br /><br />10. Persuaded(v): to prevail on (a person) to do something, as by advising or urging; to induce to believe by appealing to reason or understanding; convince.<br /><br />11. Impetuous(adj): of, pertaining to, or characterized by sudden or rash action, emotion, moving with great force; violent.<br />Antonyms: planned, careful.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Impetuous: hesitancy<br /><br />2. Mulish : persuaded<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. Importance of general welfare of people of a country rather than its achievers.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. The following appeared in a memorandum from a dean at Omega University. "Fifteen years ago, Omega University implemented a new procedure that encouraged students to evaluate the teaching effectiveness of all their professors. Since that time, Omega professors have begun to assign higher grades in their classes, and overall student grade averages at Omega have risen by thirty percent. Potential employers apparently believe the grades at Omega are inflated; this would explain why Omega graduates have not been as successful at getting jobs as have graduates from nearby Alpha University. To enable its graduates to secure better jobs, Omega University should now terminate student evaluation of professors."<br /><br />(Till Apr 22nd)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1.Garbled(v) : to confuse unintentionally or ignorantly; jumble; to make unfair or misleading selections from or arrangement of (fact, statements, writings, etc.)<br /><br />2.Confession(n): The act or process of confessing.; Something confessed, especially disclosure of one's sins to a priest for absolution; a public declaration of your faith <br />Synonyms: avowal; admission; acknowledgment<br /><br />3.Succumb(v): to give way to superior force;to give way to superior force; To submit to an overpowering force or yield to an overwhelming desire; give up or give in. <br />Synonyms: submit, accede, surrender.<br /><br />4.Surfeit(n): excess; an excessive amount; excess or overindulgence in eating or drinking.<br />Synonyms: superabundance, superfluity, stuff, gorge.<br />Antonyms: lack<br /><br />5. Laconic(adj): using few words; expressing much in few words; concise<br />Synonyms brief, pithy, terse; succinct.<br />Antonyms: voluble.<br /><br />6. Rotundity(n): the condition or quality of roundness or plumpness, as of an object or person; fullness, as in tone or speech<br /><br />7. Benediction(n): an utterance of good wishes; a blessing, an invocation of divine blessing<br /><br />8. Ablution(n): a cleansing with water or other liquid; a washing of the hands, body, etc.<br /><br />9. Glutton(n): A person who eats or consumes immoderate amounts of food and drink; a person with a remarkably great desire or capacity for something; <br /><br />10. Quaint(adj): having an old-fashioned attractiveness or charm; strange, peculiar, or unusual in an interesting, pleasing, or amusing way. <br />Synonyms: antiquated, archaic, curious, uncommon<br />Antonyms: ordinary.<br /><br />11.Magniloquent(adj): speaking or expressed in a lofty or grandiose style; pompous; bombastic; boastful; Lofty and extravagant in speech; grandiloquent. <br /><br />12.Dust jacket(n): A removable paper cover used to protect the binding of a book.<br /><br />13. Apocryphal(adj): of doubtful authorship or authenticity; Of questionable authorship or authenticity; Of questionable authorship or authenticity<br /><br />14. Authenticity(n): The quality or condition of being authentic, trustworthy, or genuine<br />Synonyms: genuineness, realness, truthfulness, validity<br /><br />15. Recant(v): to withdraw or disavow a statement, opinion, etc.; retract.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Dust jacket: books<br /><br />2.Apocryphal: authenticity<br /><br />3.Recant : spend<br /><br />4.Glasses: vision<br /><br />Issue Topic: 1.There are two types of laws: just and unjust. Every individual in a society has a responsibility to obey just laws and, even more importantly, to disobey and resist unjust lawscircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-2470238519341776432008-04-21T03:49:00.000-07:002008-06-23T03:53:34.210-07:00APRIL VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 21st)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1.Assiduous(adj): constant; constant in application or effort; working diligently at a task; persevering; attentive.<br />Synonyms: industrious, sedulous, diligent, studious, Assiduous;tireless, persistent. <br />Antonyms: inconstant, lazy.<br /><br />2.Surmount(v): to mount upon; get on the top of; to surpass in excellence; to exceed in amount; To overcome (an obstacle, for example); conquer.<br /><br />3.Purvey(v): to provide, furnish, or supply (esp. food or provisions) usually as a business or service; To advertise or circulate.<br /><br />4.Rancor(n): bitter, rankling resentment or ill will; hatred; malice.<br />Synonyms: bitterness, spite, venom, animosity, embitterment, gall, resentfulness, virulence.<br />Antonyms: benevolence.<br /><br />5.Mottle(v): to mark or diversify with spots or blotches of a different color or shade<br /><br />6.Estimable(adj): worthy of esteem; deserving respect or admiration; capable of being estimated.<br />Synonyms: reputable, respectable, admirable, laudable, meritorious, excellent.<br />Antonyms: contemptible.<br /><br />7.Dour(adj): Marked by sternness or harshness; Silently ill-humored; gloomy.<br />Synonyms: morose, sour, moody, unyielding, forbidding, sullen.<br /><br />8.Salubrious(adj): favorable to or promoting health; favorable to health of mind or body; Conducive or favorable to health or well-being<br /><br />9.Abet(v): to encourage, support, or countenance by aid or approval, usually in wrongdoing.<br />Synonyms: assist, promote, succor.<br />Antonyms: hinder, discourage.<br /><br />10.Antediluvian(adj): a very old or old-fashioned person or thing, of or belonging to the period before the Flood; very old, old-fashioned, or out of date; antiquated; primitive, ancient.<br /><br />11.Dessert(n): cake, pie, fruit, pudding, ice cream, etc., served as the final course of a meal.<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Antediluvian: age <br /><br />2.Dessert: meal<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 10th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br />1. Insipid(adj): without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating qualities; without sufficient taste to be pleasing, as food or drink.<br />Synonyms: anemic, arid, banal, beige, drab, dullsville, feeble, inane, innocuous, jejune, limp, mundane, nebbish, prosaic, stale, subdued, tedious, tenuous, trite, vapid, wearisome, yawn .<br />Antonyms: interesting <br /><br />2. Secret(adj): done, made, or conducted without the knowledge of others.<br />Synonyms: abstruse, ambiguous, arcane, camouflaged, covert, enigmatical, esoteric, furtive, obscure, occult, recondite, shrouded, veiled. <br />Antonyms: known, public, visible <br /><br />3. Annul(v): to reduce to nothing; to make void or null; abolish; cancel; invalidate.<br />Synonyms: abate, abolish, abrogate, annihilate, countermand, efface, expunge, negate, nullify, obliterate, quash, repeal, rescind, vitiate. <br />Antonyms: ratify, validate <br /><br />4. Tantalising(adj): arousing desire or expectation for something unattainable or mockingly out of reach;very pleasantly inviting.<br /><br />5. Allude(v): to refer casually or indirectly;to contain a casual or indirect reference.<br />Synonyms: imply, insinuate, intimate, point, refer, suggest. <br />Antonyms: advertise, keep quiet, keep secret. <br /><br />6. Virile(adj): having or exhibiting masculine energy, forcefulness, or strength in a marked degree. <br />Synonyms: colt, hairy, hunk, jock, jockstrap, lusty, mannism, procreative, robust, stud, vigorous.<br />Antonyms: effeminate, impotent, unmanly <br /><br />7. Demography(n): the science of vital and social statistics, as of the births, deaths, diseases, marriages, etc., of populations. <br />Synonyms: anthropology, census-taking, population analysis, population density, population growth, population size, population studies, population vital statistics. <br /><br />8. Opera(n): the form or branch of musical and dramatic art represented by such compositions. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Demography: population<br /><br />2. Singers: opera<br /><br />3. Classroom: teacher<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br />1. "Although many people know how to achieve success, but very few people achieve it"<br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 8th)<br /><br /><br />Words:<br /><br />1.Dissension(n):strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord. <br />Synonyms: altercation, contention, dissent, faction, fuss, strife, variance, wrangle.<br />Antonyms: accord, agreement, comity, harmony. <br /><br />2.Enliven(v): to make vigorous or active; invigorate; To make lively or spirited; brighten.<br />Synonyms: animate, brace up, buoy, exhilarate, galvanize, invigorate, rejuvenate, vitalize, vify. <br />Antonyms: bore, dampen, dull, extinguish, subdue, tire.<br /><br />3.Nugatory(adj): of no real value; trifling; worthless; of no force or effect; ineffective; futile<br /><br />4.Zeitgeist(n): the spirit of the time; general trend of thought or feeling characteristic of a particular period of time. <br /><br />5.Welsh(v): to cheat by failing to pay a gambling debt; to go back on one's word.<br />Synonyms: bamboozle, con, defraud, dodge, flimflam, hoodwink, scam.<br /><br />6.Yank(v): to pull or remove abruptly and vigorously; an abrupt, vigorous pull; jerk.<br /><br />7.Feint(n): a movement made in order to deceive an adversary; a feigned or assumed appearance<br />Synonyms: artifice, bait, bluff, distraction, dodge, expedient, gambit, hoax, imposture, maneuver, pretension, ruse, snare, subterfuge, wile.<br /><br />8.Exchequer(n): a treasury, as of a state or nation.<br /><br />9.Gubernatorial(adj): of or pertaining to a state governor or the office of state governor. <br /><br />10.Frieze(n): any decorative band on an outside wall, broader than a stringcourse and bearing lettering, sculpture, etc. <br /><br />11.Expatiate(v): to enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in description or discussion: to expatiate upon a theme. <br /><br />12.Rig(v): to put in proper order for working or use; to assemble, install, or prepare Synonyms: accouterments, apparatus, equipage, fixtures, outfit, tackle.<br /><br />13.Loom(n): the art or the process of weaving.<br />Synonyms: approach, be forthcoming, be imminent, brew, dawn, emanate, impend, menace, overhang, portend.<br /><br />14.Dabble(v): to play and splash in or as if in water, esp. with the hands; to wet slightly in or with a liquid; splash;<br />Synonyms: boggle, boondoggle, dally, diddle, jerk off, potchky, trifle, twiddle. <br />Antonyms: be into, be proficient, take seriously.<br /><br />15. Lurk(v): to lie or wait in concealment, as a person in ambush; to exist unperceived or unsuspected<br />Synonyms: creep, crouch, prowl, skulk, slink, sneak.<br /><br />16.Libretto(n): the text or words of an opera or similar extended musical composition. <br /><br />17.Whit(n): a particle; bit; jot (used esp. in negative phrases);<br />Synonyms: atom, crumb, fragment, mite, modicum, speck, trace. <br />Antonyms: lot <br /><br />18.Whiff(n): a slight gust or puff of wind, air, vapor, smoke; a slight trace of odor or smell.<br />Synonyms: aroma, blast, draught, flatus, gust, inhalation, smack, soupcon, trifle, waft. <br /><br />19.Staccato(adj): shortened and detached when played or sung.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 7th)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br />1.Cull(v): to choose; select; pick; pluck.<br />Synonyms: discriminate, elect, glean, optate, sift, winnow. <br /><br />2.Seer(n): a person who sees; observer; a person who prophesies future events.<br />Synonyms: augur, channeller, oracle, soothsayer, <br /><br />3.Tantamount(adj): equivalent, as in value, force, effect, or signification<br />Synonyms: commensurate, indistinguishable, synonymous.<br />Antonyms: different, opposite. <br /><br />4.Fastidious(adj): excessively particular, critical, or demanding; hard to please.<br />Synonyms: captious, dainty, discriminating, finicky, fussy, hypercritical, meticulous, nitpicky, punctilious, queasy, squeamish, stickling.<br />Antonyms: indifferent, sloppy, uncouth, uncritical, undemanding.<br /><br />5.Daft(adj): senseless, stupid, or foolish; insane; crazy.<br />Synonyms: absurd, asinine, bedlamite, bonkers, demented, giddy, lunatic, ridiculous, wacky. <br />Antonyms: rational, sane, sensible, sound, wise.<br /><br />6.Feckless(adj): ineffective; incompetent; futile;having no sense of responsibility; indifferent; lazy.<br />Synonyms: feeble, fustian, futile, incautious, ineffectual, , wild.<br />Antonyms: competent, efficient, important, purposeful, responsible, useful.<br /><br />7.Bravura(n): a display of daring; brilliant performance; A piece or passage that emphasizes a performer's virtuosity;(adj)--> Showy; ostentatious.<br /><br />8.Perspicuous(adj): clearly expressed or presented; lucid; easy to understand.<br />Synonyms: apparent, comprehensible, explicit, limpid, pellucid, unambiguous, unblurred. <br /><br />9.Exoteric(adj): suitable for or communicated to the general public;Not confined to an inner circle of disciples or initiates.<br /><br />10.Gargoyle(n): a grotesquely carved figure of a human or animal.<br /><br />11.Weltschmerz(n): sorrow that one feels and accepts as one's necessary portion in life; sentimental pessimism.<br /><br />12.Garbled(v): to confuse unintentionally or ignorantly; to make unfair or misleading selections from or arrangement of (fact, statements, writings, etc.)<br /><br />13.Physiognomy(n): the face or countenance, esp. when considered as an index to the character;the outward appearance of anything, taken as offering some insight into its character.<br /><br />14.Spat(n): a petty quarrel; a light blow; slap; smack.<br />Synonyms: altercation, argument, bickering, discord, dissension, embroilment, feud, fracas, fuss, hubbub, squabble, strife, tiff.<br /><br />15.Wrench(v): to twist suddenly and forcibly; pull, jerk, or force by a violent twist.<br />Synonyms: coerce, contort, dislodge, pervert, rend, tweak, yank. <br /><br />16.Jibe(v): to alter course so that a fore-and-aft sail shifts in this manner.<br />Synonyms: accord, dovetail, harmonize, tally.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 4th)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words: <br />1.Slight(adj): small in amount; of little importance<br />Synonyms: feeble, insubstantial, meager, paltry, piddling, scanty, sparse, trifling, trivial<br />Antonyms: big, considerable.<br /><br />2.Tantalize(v): tease by arousing expectations that are repeatedly disappointed<br />Synonyms: annoy, badger, baffle, beleaguer, entice, frustrate, gnaw, pester, plague, taunt, thwart, titillate.<br />Antonyms: disenchant, repulse, turn off. <br /><br />3.Bilk(v): to defraud; cheat<br />Synonyms: circumvent, con, defraud, foil, frustrate, overreach, ruin, swindle, thwart. <br />Antonyms: give, give away <br /><br />4. Invidious(adj): calculated to create ill will or resentment or give offense; hateful; offensively or unfairly discriminating<br />Synonyms: abominable, calumnious, defamatory, detestable, detractive, discriminatory, envious, libelous, maligning, obnoxious, odious, repugnant, scandalous, slanderous, vilifying. <br />Antonyms: desirable, pleasant <br /><br />5.Calcify(v): To make or become inflexible and unchanging; To make or become stony or chalky by deposition of calcium salts<br />Antonyms: liquefy, soften. <br /><br />6.Whet(v): to sharpen (a knife, tool, etc.) by grinding or friction; to make keen or eager; stimulate<br />Synonyms: edge, file, finish, grind, hone, sharpen, strop <br />Antonyms: blunt, dull <br /><br />7.Invective(n): vehement or violent denunciation, censure, or reproach; vehement or violent denunciation, censure, or reproach<br />Synonyms: accusation, berating, blasphemy, castigation, censure, condemnation, denunciation, diatribe, epithet, jeremiad, obloquy, philippic, revilement, sarcasm, scurrility, tirade, vilification, vituperation<br />Antonyms: praise. <br /><br />8.Trenchant(adj): incisive or keen; vigorous; effective; energetic; clearly or sharply defined.<br />Synonyms: acerbic, acidulous, acute, astringent, caustic, crisp, emphatic, incisive, piquant, scathing, sententious, tart, unequivocal, vigorous <br />Antonyms: kind, nice. <br /><br />9.Insipid(adj): without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating qualities;without sufficient taste to be pleasing, as food or drink<br />Synonyms: anemic, arid, beige, drab, driveling, dullsville, feeble, inane, innocuous, jejune, mundane, nebbish, prosaic, subdued, tedious, tenuous, trite, vapid, wearisome. <br />Antonyms: interesting <br /><br />10. Abdicate(v): to renounce or relinquish a throne, right, power, claim, responsibility.<br />Synonyms: abandon, abjure, abnegate, disclaim, forgo, relinquish, repudiate, waive.<br />Antonyms: appropriate, arrogate, assert, challenge, claim, hold, maintain, retain, take charge, usurp. <br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Trenchant: insipid<br /><br />2.Abdicate: throne<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.Laws are of two kinds: just laws and unjust laws. It is every individual's responsibility to obey just laws and more importantly to disobey and resist unjust laws.<br /><br />2.History teaches us that decisions about future cannot be made based on past experiences. (Something like this...)<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 3rd)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Exacerbate <br /><br />2. Stern<br /><br />3. Debauched<br /><br />4. Lampoon<br /><br />5. Impeachable<br /><br />6. Gratuitous <br /><br />7. Feral <br /><br />8. Amenable<br /><br />9. Futility<br /><br />10. Pragmatic<br /><br />11. Saboteur<br /><br />12. Disrupt<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1. Starryeyed: Pragmatic<br /><br />2. Saboteur: Disrupt<br /><br />3. choreograph:movement<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. The best way to understand the character of a society is to examine the character of the men and women that the society chooses as its heroes or its heroines.<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Apr 1st)<br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1. Hankering(n) : a longing; craving, to have a strong, often restless desire.<br />Synonyms: craving, hunger, pining, thirst, urge, weakness, yearning, zazzle. <br />Antonyms: aversion. <br /><br />2 .Layover(n): a short stop or break in a journey, usually imposed by scheduling requirements;<br /><br />3. Allude(v): to refer casually or indirectly.<br />Synonyms: imply, insinuate, intimate, refer, suggest <br />Antonyms: advertise, keep quiet, keep secret.<br /><br />4. Banquet(n): a lavish meal; feast.<br />Synonyms: festivity, fete, regale, repast.<br />Antonyms: light meal, snack <br /><br />5. Happenstance(n): a chance happening or event. <br /><br />6. Conundrum(n): anything that puzzles; a riddle, the answer to which involves a pun or play on words.<br />Synonyms: brain-teaser, enigma, mystery, mystification.<br /><br />7. Escalation(v): to increase in intensity, magnitude, etc.<br /><br />8.Mettle(n): courage and fortitude, disposition or temperament.<br />Synonyms: animation, ardor, caliber, dauntlessness, gallantry, gameness, hardihood, indomitability, moxie, spunk, valor, vigor, vitality. <br /><br />9.Taut(adj): tightly drawn; tense; not slack; emotionally or mentally strained or tense; in good order or condition; tidy; neat.<br />Synonyms: flexed, snug, stiff, trim, unyielding <br />Antonyms: droopy, flabby, loose, slack.<br /><br />10. Haunter(n): One who, or that which, haunts(to visit habitually or appear to frequently as a spirit or ghost, to disturb or distress; cause to have anxiety; trouble; worry).<br /><br />11. Symphony(n): harmony of sounds; anything characterized by a harmonious combination of elements, esp. an effective combination of colors; agreement; concord.<br /><br />12. Immutable(adj): not mutable; unchangeable; changeless.<br />Synonyms: abiding, ageless, constant, enduring, inflexible, invariable, permanent, perpetual, sacrosanct, stable, steadfast, unalterable.<br />Antonyms: changeable, variable. <br /><br />13. Qurush(n): a former coin and fractional monetary unit of several Middle Eastern and North African countries. <br /><br />14. Haphazard(adj): characterized by lack of order or planning, by irregularity, or by randomness; determined by or dependent on chance; aimless; mere chance; accident.<br />Synonyms: accidental, arbitrary, desultory, erratically, fluke, incidental, indiscriminate, offhand, slapdash, slipshod, spontaneous, unconscious, unpremeditated. <br />Antonyms: methodical, planned, systematic.<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Haphazard : order<br /><br />2.Layover : Journey<br /><br />3.Obstreperous :Control<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.Today’s advertisements are affecting people a lot. They show that if you use the product you “would be like” the model in the advertisement, so this concept is very effective.21circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-21055197017325603492008-02-15T22:18:00.001-08:002008-03-02T05:06:03.488-08:00FEB VERBALORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 29th)<br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Maverick<br /><br />2. Dispassionate<br /><br />3. Teetotaler <br /><br />4. Mulish<br /><br />5. Palpable<br /><br />6. Jocose <br /><br />7. Predicament <br /><br />8. Impel <br /><br />9. Rebuke <br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Tree: Branch<br /><br />2. Article: Byline<br /><br />3. Enervate:Strength<br /><br />4. Crutch: Walk<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Agape<br /><br />2. Debiliate<br /><br />3. Pulchritude<br /><br />4. Obfuscate<br /><br />5. Pallor<br /><br />6. Lampoon<br /><br />7. Macabre<br /><br />8. Imprudent<br /><br />9. Mawkish<br /><br />10. Vivify<br /><br />11. Abridge<br /><br />12. Tenacity<br /><br />13. Malevolent<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Mawkish: sentimental<br /><br />2. Apron: prevent<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1. " Why younger generations feel the problems given to them are more complex than their forefathers" <br /><br /><br /><br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Mundane<br /><br />2. Ad-lib<br /><br />3.Maverick<br /><br />4.Comeuppance<br /><br />5.Rigidity <br /><br />6.Harebrained<br /><br />7.Unsubstantial<br /><br />8.Clairvoyant<br /><br />9.Profligate<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Grammar: language<br /><br />2.Apron: cloth<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1.The Issue Topic is “how to face more complex problems and confront problems and how to challenge the problems”.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1. All students should be required to take the driver's education course at Centerville High School. In the past two years several accidents in and around Centerville have involved teenage drivers. Since a number of parents in Centerville have complained that they are too busy to teach their teenagers to drive, some other instruction is necessary to ensure that these teenagers are safe drivers. Although there are two driving schools in Centerville, parents on a tight budget cannot afford to pay for driving instruction. Therefore an effective and mandatory program sponsored by the high school is the only solution to this serious problem.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Wan<br /><br />2.Recusant<br /><br />3.Repudiate<br /><br />4.Lull<br /><br />5.Artless<br /><br />6.Vitriol<br /><br />7.Pulchritude<br /><br />8.Arboreal<br /><br />9.Impervious<br /><br />10.Vulnerable<br /><br />11.Thaw<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Audit : Account<br /><br />2.Arboreal: trees<br /><br />3.Impervious: vulnerable<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPICS:<br /><br />1. People choose their careers based on the economy, salary, easy way of getting a job and settling… rather than opting for the one they are interested and naturally talented.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />TODAY’ S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Malevolent<br /><br />2.Gauche<br /><br />3.Repentant<br /><br />4.Loathsome<br /><br />5.Contrite<br /><br />6. Suture<br /><br />7. Ensue<br /><br />8. Remiss <br /><br />9. Chortle <br /><br />10. Ineluctable<br /><br />11. Reminiscence<br /><br />12. Precursor<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Repentant: Contrite<br /><br />2.President: Corporation<br /><br />3.Unpleasant: Loathsome<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1. Childern should be socialized to determine the destiny of a country.But,we ourselves do not know how to socialize them.<br /><br />2. With the growth of global networks in such areas as economics and communication, there is no doubt that every aspect of society—including education, politics, the arts, and the sciences—will benefit greatly from international influences.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1. A recent study indicates that Venadial, a new margarine currently produced only in the country of Alta, actually reduces cholesterol levels. Derived from the resin of pine trees, Venadial works by activating a metabolic response that is not yet well understood. However, cholesterol levels fell ten to fifteen percent among participants in the study who consumed Venadial daily, and the risk of heart attack by one-third. In addition, the new margarine is so popular that stores in Alta are unable to keep it on their shelves. Therefore, if our company obtains the exclusive right to sell Venadial internationally, our profits are sure to increase substantially within a very short time.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Today’s Words:<br /><br />1.Deft<br /><br />2. Appease<br /><br />3.Laconic<br /><br />4.Frugal<br /><br />5.Uncanny <br /><br />6.Deftness<br /><br />7.Grueling<br /><br />8.Reinforcement<br /><br />9.Conspicuous<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Reinforcement : Collapse<br /><br />2.Berth : Sleep<br /><br />3.Spectacles : Look<br /><br />4.Audit : Account <br /><br />5.Thunderous : Noise<br /><br />6.Conspicuous : Color <br /><br />7.Brilliant : Light<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Words:<br /><br />1.Earthshaking <br /><br />2.Collaboration<br /><br />3.Askew<br /><br />4.Deft<br /><br />5.Encroach<br /><br />6.Derogate<br /><br />7.Raving<br /><br />8.Quibble<br /><br /><br />Analogies:<br /><br />1.Sycophant: flattery<br /><br />2.Nimble: movement<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1.It is primarily through formal education that a culture tries to perpetuate the ideas it favors and discredit the ideas it fears.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1.In a recent study, subjects who ate soybeans at least five times per week had significantly lower cholesterol levels than subjects who ate no soy products. By fortifying our Wheat-O cereal with soy protein, we can increase sales by appealing to additional consumers who are concerned about their health. This new version of Wheat-O should increase company profits and, at the same time, improve the health of our customers.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />TODAY'S WORDS:<br /><br />1. Sporific<br /><br />2. Caustic<br /><br />3. Inclined<br /><br />4. Dauntless<br /><br />5. Fervor<br /><br />6. Veto<br /><br />7. Bestow<br /><br />8. Laconic <br /><br />9. Din <br /><br />10. Rancour <br /><br />11. Wary<br /><br />12. Reminiscence<br /><br />13. Sate<br /><br />14. Daft <br /><br />15. Parsimony<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Candy:sugar<br /><br />2. Convivial:gruffness<br /><br />3. Malingerer:incapacity<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1. Many people know how to attain success, but few know how to make the best use of it<br /><br />2. The study of an academic discipline alters the way we perceive the world. After studying the discipline, we see the same world as before, but with different eyes.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />TODAY'S WORDS:<br /><br />1. Floppy <br /><br />2. Insolence <br /><br />3. Inclement <br /><br />4. Nepotism <br /><br />5. Exonerate <br /><br />6. Aberrant <br /><br />7. Clairvoyant<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Literature: Grammar<br /><br />2. Aberrant: Standard<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1. To truly understand your own culture—no matter how you define it—requires personal knowledge of at least one other culture, one that is distinctly different from your own.<br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1. "Last year, sales of our Fierce Fighter toy airplane declined sharply, even though the toy had been a top seller for three years. Our customer surveys show that parents are now more worried about youthful violence and are concerned about better education for their children. Therefore, to maintain profits we should discontinue all our action toys and focus exclusively on a new line of educational toys. Several other toy companies have already begun marketing educational toys and report sales increases last year of 200 percent. And since the average family income is growing, sales of new Hyper-Go toys should also increase."<br /><br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Wag <br /><br />2. Droll <br /><br />3. Sabotage <br /><br />4. Saboteur <br /><br />5. Venerable <br /><br />6. Subtle <br /><br />7. Infirm <br /><br />8. Vigorous <br /><br />9. Providential <br /><br />10. Fortuitous <br /><br />11. Surfeit <br /><br />12. Incrimination <br /><br />13. Loathsome <br /><br />14. Harebrained <br /><br />15. Floppy <br /><br />16. Insolence <br /><br />17. Inclement <br /><br />18. Nepotism <br /><br />19.Immortalize <br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 14th)<br /><br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Awry<br /><br />2. Incrimination<br /><br />3. Featureless<br /><br />4. Adamant<br /><br />5. Aridness<br /><br />6. Loathsome<br /><br />7. Impertinent <br /><br />8. Satiate <br /><br />9. Debauched <br /><br />10. Gallant <br /><br />11. Mason <br /><br />12. Sap <br /><br />13. Crux <br /><br />14. Harebrained<br /><br />15. Despise<br /><br />16. Surfeit<br /><br />17. Intransigent<br /><br />18. Fortuitous<br /><br />19. Providential<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Wag:Droll<br /><br />2. Saboteur: Disrupt<br /><br />3. Venerable: Respect<br /><br />4. Subtle: Awe<br /><br />5. Vigorous: Infirm<br /><br /><br />Issue Topic:<br /><br />1. "Although many people think that the luxuries and conveniences of contemporary life are entirely harmless, in fact, they actually prevent people from developing into truly strong and independent individuals."<br /><br />2. "In this age of intensive media coverage, it is no longer possible for a society to regard any woman or man as a hero. The reputation of anyone who is subjected to media scrutiny will eventually be diminished."<br /><br />3. Science is to reassure and art is to upset, there the value lies in both.<br /><br /><br />Argument Topic:<br /><br />1. "Salicylates are members of the same chemical family as aspirin, a medicine used to treat headaches. Although many foods are naturally rich in salicylates, for the past several decades food-processing companies have also been adding salicylates to foods as preservatives. This rise in the commercial use of salicylates has been found to correlate with a steady decline in the average number of headaches reported by participants in our twenty-year study. Recently, food-processing companies have found that salicylates can also be used as flavor additives for foods. With this new use for salicylates, we can expect a continued steady decline in the number of headaches suffered by the average citizen of Mentia." <br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 13th)<br /><br /><br />Today's Words:<br /><br />1. Floppy<br /><br />2. Incapable <br /><br />3. Scrutinize<br /><br />4. Insolence<br /><br />5. Inclement<br /><br />6. Amenable <br /><br />7. Plenitude<br /><br />8. Blatant<br /><br />9. Nepotism<br /><br />10. Hodgepodge <br /><br />11. Skittish <br /><br />12. Circumlocution <br /><br />13. Bewail <br /><br />14. Bemoan <br /><br />15. Blasphemous <br /><br />16. Minotaur <br /><br />17. Stern <br /><br />18. Butcher <br /><br />19. Gerontophobia <br /><br />20. Mollify <br /><br />21. Presbyterian <br /><br />22. Zealot <br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Venerable: respect<br /><br />2. Instigate:provoke<br /><br />3. Presbyterians:church<br /><br />4. Cinnamon:spices<br /><br />5. Gerontophobia:old<br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1. The most essential quality of an effective leader is the ability to remain consistently committed to particular principles and objectives. Any leader who is quickly and easily influenced by shifts in popular opinion will accomplish little.<br /><br />2. Progress is best made through discussion among people who have contrasting points of view.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 12th)<br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Abaft - means posterior part of ship<br /><br />2.Cinnamon - an aromatic spice prepared from bark of cinnamon<br /><br />3.Abattoir - a slaughter house<br /><br />4.Mollify<br /><br />5.Impertinent<br /><br />6.Zealot <br /><br />7.Stygian<br /><br />8.Germ phobia<br /><br />9.Sap <br /><br />10.Crux <br /><br />11.Gallant<br /><br />12.Debauched<br /><br />13.Frankness<br /><br />14.Satiated<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Abaft: Ship<br /><br />2.Abattoir: Butcher<br /><br />3.Cinnamon: Spices<br /><br />4.Wood: Carpenter<br /><br />5.Brick: mason<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1.Progress can be best made only by the discussion between people having contrasting view.<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 11th)<br /><br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Quail<br /><br />2.Awe<br /><br />3.Intermittent<br /><br />4.Laxatives <br /><br />5.Lugubrious <br /><br />6.Tepid <br /><br />7.Unsubstantial<br /><br />8.Equivocation<br /><br />9.Futility <br /><br />10.Dicey <br /><br />11.Zest <br /><br />12. Fustian<br /><br />13.Thaw <br /><br />14.Grueling <br /><br />15.Venerate <br /><br />16.Quisling <br /><br />17.Repose <br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1.Government should put a few, if any, restriction on scientific research and development"<br /><br />2.Over the past century, the most significant contribution of technology has been to make people's lives more comfortable<br /><br />3.The most essential quality of an effective leader is the ability to remain consistently committed to particular principles and objectives. Any leader who is quickly and easily influenced by shifts in popular opinion will accomplish little.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1.At present, Mason City residents seldom use the nearby Mason River for any kind of recreational activity, even though surveys of the region's residents consistently rank water sports (swimming, fishing, and boating) as a favorite form of recreation. Since there have been complaints about the quality of the water in the river, residents must be avoiding the river because they think that it is not clean enough. But that situation is about to change: the agency responsible for rivers in our region has announced plans to clean up Mason River. Therefore, recreational use of the river is likely to increase, so the Mason City council will need to increase its budget for improvements to the publicly owned lands along the Mason River.<br /><br />2.Your recent article on corporate downsizing* in the United States is misleading. The article gives the mistaken impression that many competent workers who lost jobs as a result of downsizing face serious economic hardship, often for years, before finding other suitable employment. But this impression is contradicted by a recent report on the United States economy, which found that since 1992 far more jobs have been created than have been eliminated. The report also demonstrates that many of those who lost their jobs have found new employment. Two-thirds of the newly created jobs have been in industries that tend to pay above-average wages, and the vast majority of these jobs are full-time." <br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 8th)<br /><br /><br />WORDS:<br /><br />1.Abate<br /><br />2.Invisible<br /><br />3.Voluble<br /><br />4.Reify<br /><br />5.Intermittent<br /><br />6.Saunter<br /><br />7.Unctuous<br /><br />8.Modicum<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Fraught: placidity<br /><br />2.Phlegmatic :arouse<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1.Why politics and morality are taken to be as separate, why cannot one understand them to be related to one other.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1.Argument is about…. Downsizing in corporate field in USA.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 7th)<br /><br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Cavil<br /><br />2.Slipshod<br /><br />3.Laxative<br /><br />4.Sensitive <br /><br />5.Tepid<br /><br />6.Unsubstantial <br /><br />7.Awe<br /><br />8.Lugubrious<br /><br />9.Doleful<br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Lugubrious: doleful<br /><br />2.Equivocation: ambiguous<br /><br />3.Mendicant: beg<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1.Governments should focus more on solving the immediate problems of today rather than trying to solve the anticipated problems of the future<br /><br />2.The surest indicator of a great nation is not the achievements of its rulers, artists, or scientists, but the general welfare of all its people<br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 6th)<br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br /><br />1.Zest<br /><br />2.Repose<br /><br />3.Fustian<br /><br />4.Sangfroid<br /><br />5.Futility<br /><br />6.Dicey<br /><br />7.Vitiate<br /><br />8.Thaw<br /><br />9.Reify<br /><br /><br />ISSUE TOPIC:<br /><br />1.Laws should not be rigid or fixed. Instead, they should be flexible enough to take account of various circumstances, times, and places.<br /><br />2.The study of history places too much emphasis on individuals. The most significant events and trends in history were made possible not by the famous few, but by groups of people whose identities have long been forgotten.<br /><br /><br />ARGUMENT TOPIC:<br /><br />1.A recent study showed that in describing a typical day's conversation, people make an average of 23 references to watching television and only 1 reference to reading fiction. This result suggests that, compared with the television industry, the publishing and bookselling industries are likely to decline in profitability. Therefore, people who wish to have careers as writers should acquire training and experience in writing for television rather than for print media."<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 5th)<br /><br />TODAY’S WORDS:<br /><br />1.Riveting<br /><br />2.Hone<br /><br />3.Rapacious<br /><br />4.Quislings<br /><br />5.Voluptuous<br /><br />6.Grueling<br /><br />7.Altercation<br /><br />8.Venerate<br /><br />9.Whet<br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1.Vivid: inspiration<br /><br />2.Instigate: Provoke<br /><br />3.Obstreperous: control<br /><br />4.Mendicant: beg<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT VERBAL DATABASE (Till Feb 4th)<br /><br /><br />TODAY'S WORDS:<br /><br />1. Burgeon<br /><br />2. Augury <br /><br />3. Esoteric <br /><br />4. Rapacious <br /><br />5. Spurious <br /><br />6. Reminiscence <br /><br />7. Sacrilegious <br /><br />8. Unflappable <br /><br />9. Apron <br /><br />10. Arboreal <br /><br /><br />ANALOGIES:<br /><br />1. Apron: clothing<br /><br />2. Arboreal: trees<br /><br />3. Instigate: Urge or Provoke.<br /><br />4. Interloper: Intruder.circuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2740540978679546830.post-35213862242262230872008-02-15T22:17:00.000-08:002008-03-02T05:02:29.981-08:00FEB QUANTORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 29th feb) <br /><br />1. A rectangle was given, in it another reactangle was inscribed touching two of the sides of larger rectangle. If the larger rectangle length minus smaller rectangle length is 1cm & larger rectangle breadth minus smaller is 1 cm, then find the perimeter of smaller rectangle?<br /><br />2. What is the nearest integer ofroot 171.<br />A.12<br />B.11<br />C.13<br />D.14<br />E.17 <br /><br />3. If a number is divisible by 5 the remainder is 3 and when the same number is divided by 7 the remainder is 4. What is the least possible number? <br /><br />4. Given 'xy' not equal to '0' and 'x' not equal to 'y' and x+y=0<br />Col a: x-y<br />Col b: 0<br /><br />5.Given that, there are fives houses which are to be painted. There is a choice of three colors, and one house will be painted with a single color. In how many ways can the houses be painted?<br /><br />6. x is an integer such that x > 2<br />Cola: number of even factors of 2x<br />Colb: number of odd factors of 3x<br /><br />7. Find the percent increase in area of a rectangle, if length is increased by 10% and breadth is decreased by 5% ?<br /><br />8. Given that.. if a Person had sold a Television set for $800, he would have made a 20% profit. Instead, he sold it for a 30% loss. At what price was the Television set sold?<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. If a number is divided by 13 the remainder is 1 and if the same number is divided by 15 it gives a remainder of 8. What is the number?<br />A.14 <br />B. 29<br />C. 40<br />D. 44<br />E. 53<br />Sol: E<br /><br />2. Col a: root 7 - root 6<br />Col b: 1<br /><br />3. Given 2 Col A: xyz<br />Col B: 2<br /><br />4. Given a triangle ABC(which looks like a right angle triangle) such that the hypotenuse AC = 10, Base BC = 13 and Oppositeside AB = 8<br />Col A: Angle B<br />Col B: 90<br /><br />5. A shopkeeper had T bananas. He sold 60 bananas on the first day at $0.40. If he wanted to sell the remaining bananas on the second day and earn the same total as the previous day at what price should he sell them each?<br /><br />6. If B purchases x shares for c dollars. Then how many shares B can purchase for d dollars for the same price of 1 share?<br /><br />7. Out of 10 shirts, 2 are defective. 3 are selected. what is the probabiltiy that none is defective?<br /><br />8.N^3-N is divisible by which of the following number?<br />A. 4<br />B. 5<br />C. 6<br />D. 7 <br />E. 8 <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Given a = wx^2y and b = wxy^2. If w=x=y, then <br />A. a is greater <br />B. b is greater<br />C. Both are equal<br />D. None<br /><br />2. Given a series of five numbers i.e n+10, n+20, n+30, n+40 and n+50 and Arithematic mean of the series is given as 100.<br />Col A: Standard deviation<br />Col B: n<br />(Question type is similar to this)<br /><br />3. Find the nearest possible value of Sqrt(171)?<br /><br />4.If w>0 , z>0 then<br />Col a: w^4 + z^3<br />Col b: w^2 + z<br /><br />5. Two concentric circle were given . A tangent to the smaller circle cuts the larger one into 2 points 'P' and 'T' , if radius of smaller circle is 2 and larger circle is 5, then what is the length of 'PT' segment ?<br /><br />6. If the volume of a cube is 1 cubic centimeter, then the distance from any vertex to the centre point inside the cube is<br />A) 1/2<br />B) 1/sqrt2<br />C) sqrt2<br />D) sqrt3/2<br />E) sqrt3<br /><br />7. Find the unit digit of the (3127)^173.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1.Given a circle with radius 4 and a chord of length 4 was drawn. Find the length of the smaller arc of the circle made by the end points of the chord.<br /><br />2. If 1, 5, 6, 8, 9 are five given numbers. 't' is a three digit number formed using three of the above mentioned numbers only once and 'r' is a two digit number formed using two of the above numbers once, what is the smallest possible value of 't-r'?<br /><br />3. If p and q are prime numbers and pq=15 which of following numbers are divisible by either p or q? Some options were given.....<br /><br />4. Given A1=2 , An+1=(An-1)^2. Find a17?<br /><br />5. If x<0<br />Col A: x-100 <br />Col B: 100 +x <br /><br />6. Given Set S = {1,2,3,4,6,8} and T = {1,2,3,6,8}.<br />If S * T = P , i.e if multiply every number of 'S' with 'T' then how many number of total different values we can get in set 'P'?<br /><br />7. Col A: [root7 - root 6 ] <br />Col B: 1 <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Given a circle, P and Q are the two points made by 2 tangents on the circle and they meet out side the circle at R, angle PQR is 60 and the area of the minor arc OPQ is 27pi. Find circumference of the circle.<br />Sol: 18pi<br /><br />2. W kg feed is sufficient for all dogs for 1 week. If single dog is fed X kg feed twice daily, then<br />Col A: Total number of dogs<br />Col B: W/7X<br />Sol: B<br /><br />3. Col A: (10^-2)x<br />Col B: (10^2)x^-1<br />Sol: D<br /><br />4. 4(14^10)(7)^2 =<br />Sol: 14^12<br /><br />5. The simplified expression of (a+b)^2-(a-b)^2 is <br />Sol: 4ab<br /><br />6. Given a Hexagon in 'xy' plane and asked to find the area of the Hexagon?<br /><br />7. Given an equation x+3y+1=0<br />Col A: Slope of the line <br />Col B:-1/2<br />Sol: A<br /><br />8. 30% of the members of G are in H,<br />20% of the members of H are in G. <br />Col A: Members in G <br />Col B: Members in H<br />Sol: D<br /><br />9. Given five numbers like this....... n, n+20,n+30,n+40,n+50 and Arithematic mean is also given(some value)<br />(Question is something like this)<br />Col A: Standard deviation<br />Col B: n<br /><br />10. Given two sides of a triangle as 6 and 5 which are opposite to x and y angles and the length of the third side is given as 8.<br />Col a: x+y<br />Col b: 90<br /><br />11. A triangle was given which looked like a right angled triangle, but it did not have the 90 degree sign rather.. all the angles were labled x , y and z and question was which of the following must be true... <br />A. (a)2 + (b)2 = (c)2<br />B. Sum of two side is greater than the other side & some other options were given......<br /><br />Sol: B<br /><br />12. Given -6<= x<= 4; -10<= y<= 4<br />What is the greatest value of: -x^2+ y^4<br />Sol: 10,000 <br /><br />13. K, L, M are 3 prime numbers greater than 10.<br />Col A: number of factors of KLM and 1 inclusive<br />col b: 8<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Given k and n are two points which are on the same side of 0 in the number line. <br />Col a: k+n <br />Col b: 0<br /><br />2. Col a: square root of 35<br />Col b: 6<br /><br />3. Given a triangle with sides AB, BC & CD. Find the perimeter of the triangle?<br />(Question is something like this..)<br /><br />4. If a number is divided by 13 the remainder is 1 and when the same number is divided by 15 the remainder is 8. What is the number? <br /><br />5. Given |x| = |y| & xy<0<br />Col a : x+y<br />Col b : 0<br /><br />6. A man invites 7 people to party of which 3 of them are close friends and 4 are miscellaneous, he presents 2 gift after the party , find the probability of getting 2 gifts to his close friends?<br /><br />7. If surface area of a cube is 144. Then Volume of the cube is?<br /><br />8. If the mean of 3 numbers 2x, 7x, x^2 is 12 then what is the range of the given data? <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. If slope=1/2 & y=-1/3, then<br />Col A : x-intercept is<br />Col B: -2/3.<br /><br />2. A circle is inscribed in a square of side 's'.<br />Col A: perimeter of circle<br />Col B: perimeter of square<br /><br />3.Col A:(1/8)/2<br />Col B:4<br /><br />4. If X+Y=0, then <br />Col A:X-Y<br />Col B:Y-X<br /><br />5. If X<2Y & 2Y>X+3 then X=?<br /><br />6. In a co-ordinate system, if sides of a triangle are (0,0),(8,0) & (8,6) then find the perimeter of triangle?<br /><br />7. Given a triangle ABC as a right angled triangle, if one of the angle is 45 degrees and AC is hypotenuse then <br />Col A: AB<br />Col B: BC<br /><br />8. In a bag there are 10 balls, in which 5 are red, 3 are green and 2 are blue. If randomly two balls are taken then what is the probabilty that the two balls taken are blue?<br /><br />9. Given a square which is inscribed in another square & length of the side of larger square is 4 and smaller square is 2. If four edges of the smaller square is joined with four edges of larger square by a line ( to say exactly.... a line from the midpoint of larger square side(edge) is joined to the midpoint of smaller square side... similarly the other sides the two squares are also joined) by this..... 8 trapeziums are formed (2 trapezium per side). Find the perimeter of any one trapezium?<br />A. 4+(1.414) <br />B. 4+2(1.414)<br />C. 6+(1.414) <br />D. 6+2(1.414)<br />E. 6+4(1.414)<br /><br />10. If a company X has 50 employees out of which 36 members are getting above $36,500 salary then<br />Col A: median of salaries of 50 employees<br />Col B: $36,500.<br /><br />11. Find the nearest possible value of Sqrt(131)?<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />1. Given.... p, q, r are prime numbers.<br />Col A: Factors of pqr (including) pqr and 1<br />Col B: 8<br /><br />2. Given a series a1 , a2 . . . . . If an+1 = (an - 1)^2 - 1 and a1 = 2 then find a17?<br /><br />3. A square edges are increased by 0.1 inch and if the increase in the area is 0.75 then what is the original edge of the square?<br />A.3.8<br />B 3.7<br />C 3.6<br />D 3.5<br />E. 3.4<br /><br />4. There was a diagram of quadrilateral (like trapezium), two base angles were given as 45 degree & upper 3 sides were given of length x. Find the perimeter of that quadrilateral?<br />A.(4+root(2))x<br />B.(4+2*root(2))x<br /><br />5. A Triangle was given with sides 5 ,6 and 8. Angle opposite to side 5 is 'x' and angle opposite to side 6 is 'y'.<br />Col A: x+y<br />Col B: 90 <br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 14th feb) <br /><br /><br /><br />1. Given a circle with radius 4 and a chord of length 4 was drawn. Find the angle made by the chord with the centre of the circle?<br />A. 2pi/3<br />B. 4pi/3....<br />& some more options like this..<br /><br />2. There are 3 couples and 6 seats are available. In how many ways can the couples be seated so that the husband and wife occupy the adjacent seats. <br />A. 18<br />B. 24<br />& some more options...<br /><br />3. A triangle with lengths 2x+5, 6-x and 5x+5 is given. Find the perimeter of the triangle?<br /><br />4. Given a circle inscribed in a square, and measurements are not given.<br />Col a: The perimeter of the square <br />Col b: Circumference of a circle<br /><br />5. Find the nearest possible value of Sqrt(171) ?<br />A. 13 <br />B. 14<br />& some more options were given.<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 13th feb) <br /><br /><br />1. There are 25 positive integers and each integer is a multiple of m. Highest of these integers is 250.<br />Col A: m<br />Col B: 5 <br /><br />2. Given a triangle with its sides labelled as X, Y, Z. Question is each of the following is true EXCEPT<br />a.Angles make 180<br />b.X^2+Y^2=Z^2<br />c.X>Y+Z<br />d. something.... <br /><br />3. Scott bought x number of things at 50$, y number of things at 100 $ where y is greater then x.<br />Col A: Mean of X and y<br />Col B: 50<br /><br />4. If a>0, then<br />Col A: |a-8|<br />Col B: |a|-|8|<br /><br />5. If a sum of 2000$ was given at rate of 'r' for 1 year on simple interest and at the end of 1 year.. if 150$ was the interest then find value of r?<br />a. 0.75<br />b. 0.50<br />c. 0.075<br />d. 0.10<br /><br />6. A semicircle was given with area =2pie. Find the perimeter of the semicircle?<br />Ans: 2pie+4<br /><br />7. |x|<= 6, |y|<=4. <br />Col a: The maximum value of |y/x| <br />Col b: 1<br /><br />8. x^2 + y^2 =7<br />Col a:x+y<br />Col b:x-y<br /><br />9. If Perimeter of circle is equal to perimeter of square then find ratio of their areas?<br /><br />10. Given (m-n) = 4 & m, n are positive integers.<br />Col A: (-1)^m<br />Col B: (-1)^n<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 12th feb) <br /><br />1. Given a series a1 , a2 . . . . . If an+1 = (an - 1)^2 - 1 and a1 = 2 then find a17?<br /><br />2. A square edges are increased by 0.1 inch and if the increase in the area is 0.75 then what is the original edge of the square?<br />A.3.8<br />B 3.7<br />C 3.6<br />D 3.5<br />E. 3.4<br /><br />3. Given.... p, q, r are prime numbers. <br />Col A: Factors of pqr (including) pqr and 1<br />Col B: 8<br /><br />4. There was a diagram of quadrilateral (like trapezium), two base angles were given as 40degree & upper 3 sides were given of length x. Find the perimeter of that quadrilateral?<br />A.(4+root(2))x<br />B.(4+2*root(2))x<br /><br />5. A Triangle was given with sides 5 ,6 and 8. Angle opposite to side 5 is 'x' and angle opposite to side 6 is 'y'.<br />Col A: x+y<br />Col B: 90<br /><br />6. Given two points A (x1,y1) & B (x2,y2) such that x1y2<br />COl A: Slope of line AB<br />Col B: 0 <br /><br />7. There is a triangle which has all acute angles. If two sides of a triangle are given as 3, 4 then find the range of the third side x?<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 8th feb) <br /><br /><br />1. Given two sets of numbers 3,3,3,7,3,3,3 and 5,3,2,6,1,3,5. Which of the following is equal for the two sets?<br />A. Mean <br />B. Median <br />C. Mode<br />D. None<br /><br />2. x < y < z<br />Col a: xy <br />Col b: yz <br /><br />3.There are two printers 'p' and 'q', printer 'p' prints 3600 pages in 'x' seconds and printer 'q' prints 3600 pages in 'y' seconds. How pages does it can print in 1sec if they work together? <br />Ans: 3600/x + 3600/y<br /><br />4. Given an series of numbers....<br />Col A: The standand deviation of the series<br />Col B: The range of the series<br /><br />5. Given 5 symblos... &, &, *, *, $. Find the number of different ways these five symbols can be arranged?<br /><br />6. x^2 = 36; x(x+6)(x+8) = 0;<br />Col A: x<br />Col B: 0<br />Ans: B<br /><br />7.Given |x| = |y| & xy < 0<br />Col a : x+y<br />Col b : 0<br /><br />8. A circle has two tangets at points A and B. They meet at point C outside circle...angle ACB is 50<br />col A : angle AOB<br />col B : 110<br />Ans: A<br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 7th feb) <br /><br /><br />1. Given a circle with centre 'O' & radius 4. Two tangents are drawn from a point 'S'.... on to the circle at points 'P' and 'R' and joined to 'O'. Find the area of the arc 'POR' if the angle between the two tangents is given as 60degrees. <br /><br />2. Given a triangle with 8,6,5 as sides. If two angles opposite to 6 and 5 are given as x, y then <br />Col a : x+y<br />Col b: 90<br /><br />3. Given a Rectangular cylinder with volume 1200. If the height of rectangular cylinder is 12 times more than its radius then find the radius of the cylinder?<br /><br />4. If x=85, then<br />Col A : cube root of x<br />Col B : 5.3 <br /><br />5. If #n = (n-1)(n-2)(n-3), then the value of #1+#2+#3+#4 is?<br /><br />6. A triangle PQR was given in which lengths of two sides were given as QR = 12 , PR = 13 and the perimeter of the triangle was 32. <br />Col A: Measure of angle of Q <br />Col B: 90<br /><br />7. Given xy =! 0, x =! y and x+y=0 ( '=!' means not equal to)<br />Col a: x-y<br />Col b: 0<br /><br />8. F(x) = X^2<br />Col A: f(x)+1 <br />Col B: f(x+1) <br /><br />9. Given a fraction '2/7'. What is the 57th decimal of the fraction?<br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 6th feb) <br /><br />QUANT: 1. Col a: Area of circle with radius '8' <br />Col b: 3/2 (area of square whose digonal length is 8)<br /><br />2. 33 1/2 % of 40% of 600 is what % of 160?<br /><br />3. Train A is traveling on a straight track at a constant speed of 50 km/hr & Train B is traveling on a straight track at a constant speed of 100km/hr.<br />Col a: distance traveled by train A<br />Col b: distance traveled by train B<br /><br />4. Given a semicircle.If the end the angles formed by lines from end points of diameter to the circumference was given 90 and the angle between one of the chords and diameter was 'x'.<br />Col a :x<br />Col b :45<br /><br />5. A square was given and another square was formed by joining mid points of the square. If perimeter of larger square was given k.<br />Col a: perimeter of smaller square<br />Col b: k/2<br /><br /><br /><br />ORKUT QUANT DATABASE (Till 5th feb) <br /><br />1. In a triangle the three angles are given as X,X,Y. and the avg of two angles is 65, then what is the possible value of Y in the below options?<br />A. 60<br />B. 65<br />C. 70<br />D. 75<br />E. 80<br />Ans: E<br /><br />2. Given a two figrures, first figure contains a square with a circle of radius of the circle is 'r' inscribed in it and the area outside the circle(within the square) is shaded . Second figure contains a circle radius of 'r' with a square inscribed in it and the area outside the square(within the circle) is shaded.<br />Col A: Area of Shaded region in the first figure<br />Col B: Area of Shaded region in the Second figure<br /><br />3. If 2n+1 is the median of seven consecutive integers . What is the mean of the integers?<br />Ans: 2n+1<br /><br />4. N divided by 7, leaves remainder of 4. N^2 +5 divided by 7, remainder is?<br />Sol:0<br /><br />5. A triangle PQR was given in which lengths of two sides were given as QR = 12 , PR = 13 and the perimeter of the triangle was 32. <br />Col A: Measure of angle of Q <br />Col B: 90<br />Sol: A<br /><br />6. Given xy$gt;0 & yz<0. Which of the following options are not possible?<br />A. x>0 & y>0<br />B. yA<0 & z<0<br />C. y>0 & z>0<br /><br />7. A person sells 1000 articles at no profit and no loss. If he sells each item after 1000 articles at 0.5$, then he gets a profit of 'P'$. How many such articles did he sold?<br />A. 2P+1000<br />B. P/2 +1000.<br /><br />options are like this..... <br /><br />8. A triangle PQR was given in which lengths of two sides were given as QR = 12 , PR = 13 and the perimeter of the triangle was 32. Col A: Measure of angle of Q <br />Col B: 90<br />Sol: A<br /><br />9. Given 6 symbols...... * , * , ? , ? , ? , $. How number of codes that can be formed from left to right using these 6 symbols... such that repeation is not allowed?<br /><br />10.There was a ladder given. The ladder is of length 5 and it is displaced i.e slanted downwards such that it falls 'x'mts in height and its horizontal length increases by 'y'mts.<br />Col A: x <br />Col B: y <br /><br />11. M^2 = 4^x+4^x+4^x+4^x. What is the value of Mcircuitheadhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02714160333141555978noreply@blogger.com0