IIM Bangalore Admission Process / Selection Criteria - Summary:
Whether you will get an interview call from IIM Bangalore or not, it would depend upon the following factors (on a 100 point scale):
LRDI Score in CAT: 16 points
VARC Score in CAT: 14 Points
Quant Score in CAT: 10 points
10th marks: 20 points
12th marks: 10 points
Graduation marks: 20 points
Work Experience: 8 points (3 years or more gets you full 8 points)
Gender Diversity: 2 points (Female CAT aspirants get 2 points)
Whether you will get admission into IIM Bangalore or not, it would depend upon the fo

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Rules and Prizes
Every week, on Friday, we will post a set of 5 questions.Â
Answers need to be submitted by midnight of the following Thursday.
3 lucky winners will get cash prizes of Rs. 500, Rs. 300, and Rs. 200 (via PayTM).
5 lucky winners will get a 50% discount voucher on Handa Ka Funda GK course.
Everyone who answers all questions correctly gets a 10% discount voucher on Handa Ka Funda GK Course.
A quiz is open to everyone above the age of 18.
You will need to submit an identity proof in case you win a cash prize.
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In the earlier part of trigonometry series, we had seen basic concepts and some questions. In this part we will see some additional Examples to understand how to deal with CAT questions
Example 1: 5sinx + 12cosx + s is always greater than or equal to 0. What could be the possible smallest value of s?
a.) 13
b.) 10
c.) 6
d.) 2
Solution: 5sinx + 12cosx â‰¥ -s
â‡’ 13(5/13sinx+12/13cosx) â‰¥ -s Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â (Since 5,12 and 13 are Pythagorean triplets,)
â‡’ 5/13 = cosA
â‡’ 12/13 = sin A
â‡’ 13(sinx cosA + sinA cosx) â‰¥ -s
â‡’ 13(sin(x + A))

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1. In a race of 1000m, A beats B by 50m or 5 seconds. Find:
Bâ€™s speed
Aâ€™s speed
Time is taken by A to complete the race
Sol: Since A beats B by 50m. It means by the time A reaches the winning point, B is 50 m away and as A beats B by 5 seconds, it means B takes another 5 seconds to reach the winning point. This means B covers 50m in 5 seconds i.e., Bâ€™s speed is 50/5 = 10m/s. Since A wins by 50m, in the time A covers 1000m, B covers 950m in 95 seconds (950/10). Hence A will take 95 seconds to cover 1000m.
Therefore, Aâ€™s speed is 1000/95= 10 10/19 m/sec.
In this q

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1. In a circular race of 1200m, A and B start from the same point and at the same time with speeds of 27km/hr and 45km/hr respectively. Find when will they meet again for the first time on the track when they are running
i) In the same direction
ii) In the opposite directions.
Sol: Length of the track, L =1200m
Speed of A= 27 x 5/18 = 7.5m/s
Speed of B= 45 x 5/18 = 12.5m/s
i) Same direction:
Time = L/(Relative Speed)=1200/((12.5-7.5)) = 240 seconds
ii) Opposite direction:
Time= L/(Relative Speed)= 1200/((12.5+7.5))= 60 seconds
It is a simple formula based question, in

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Dishonest Dealers and faulty weights is an important topic in profit and loss generally asked in all competitive exams. In this topic, we come across such type of problems in which shopkeeper sells the items at cost price but still, he makes a profit on those items. This can be only possible if he gives less quantity to the customer then the indicated on the product. A dishonest merchant shows he is selling the product on cost price in the welfare of customer but in that he reduced its weight.
For example, if shopkeeper sells a 1-liter packet of milk at its cost price but he gives only 80

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Rules and Prizes
Every week, on Friday, we will post a set of 5 questions.Â
Answers need to be submitted by midnight of the following Thursday.
3 lucky winners will get cash prizes of Rs. 500, Rs. 300, and Rs. 200 (via PayTM).
5 lucky winners will get a 50% discount voucher on Handa Ka Funda GK course.
Everyone who answers all questions correctly gets a 10% discount voucher on Handa Ka Funda GK Course.
A quiz is open to everyone above the age of 18.
You will need to submit an identity proof in case you win a cash prize.
General Knowledge / Current Affairs Weekl

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Reading a book is like falling in love: It must happen naturally; you cannot force it, and if you do, the relationship develops cracks in no time, and before long, there is a break-up. If you wish to later start afresh, the past memories, opinions, prejudices begin interfere with the present, and the effort to reconcile meets a tragic end.
Butâ€¦just like true love, reading must â€˜happenâ€™ to us at some point in our lives. And there could be no better time than when we prepare for the CAT.
Compatibility is a major factor is our relationship with the books we read. I personally do n

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