Tarun invited 750 persons to a party. Every person that came
to the party, came by a car such that exactly six persons
came in each of the three different cars and exactly seven
persons came in each of the remaining cars. At the party,
when every person including Tarun was seated in a group of
eleven, one group fell short by four persons. If maximum
possible number of persons came to the party, then out of
the persons who were invited by Tarun, how many persons did
not come to the party?

Q1. Given a collection of points P in the plane, a 1-set is
a point in P that can be separated from the rest by a line,
.i.e the point lies on one side of the line while the others
lie on the other side.
The number of 1-sets of P is denoted by n1(P). The minimum
value of n1(P) over all configurations P of 5 points in the
plane in general position(.i.e no three points in P lie on a
line) is

A sheet of paper has statements numbered from 1 to 30. For
all values of n from 1 to 30, statement n says "At most n of
the statements on this sheet are false". Which statements
are true and which are false?
a)all odd are false and even are true
b)alleven are true and odd are false
c)all are false
d)none of these

A sheet of paper has statements numbered from 1 to 10. For
all values of n from 1 to 10, statement n says: â€˜Exactly n
of the statements on this sheet are false.â€™ Which statements
are true and which are false?

Given 3 lines in the plane such that the points of
intersection form a triangle
with sides of length 20, 20 and 30, the number of points
equidistant from all the 3
lines is
1
4
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Why we declare in the way List ab = new ArrayList(); what is the use of it?

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I HAVE APPEARED FOR ALLAHABAD BANK ON 21-02-10, I WANT TO KNOW
THE SECTIONAL CUT OFF'S FOR CATEGORY.

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Alok and Bhanu play the following min-max game. Given the
expression N = X - Y â€“ Z
where X, Y and Z are variables representing single digits
(0 to 9), Alok would like to maximize N while Bhanu would
like to minimize it. Towards this end, Alok chooses a
single digit number and Bhanu substitutes this for a
variable of her choice (X, Y or Z). Alok then chooses the
next value and Bhanu, the variable to substitute the value.
Finally Alok proposes the value for the remaining variable.
Assuming both play to their optimal strategies, the value
of N at the end of the game would be
â€¢ 4
â€¢ -18
â€¢ 9
â€¢ 2

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hello..i hav cleared SBI written exm..i am a post graduate
in english..wht type of questions they may ask me at the
interview? plz help.

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On BRIC So called New york has risen by on average sales
plese chewk the incorrect sentence option
1. so called 2. Has risen 3. By on average

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. Select the correct statement
a. NEXT SENTENCE and CONTINUE functionally does the same.
b. Never can code a DECLARE CURSOR statement in procedure
division.
c. Edited numeric characters can be included in arithmetic
operations.
d. The Sub parameters of a DCB parameter are Keyword
parameters.

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send my mail. id - kuruba.sreekanth@gmail.com
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7) Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having
problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any
color combination that does not go well together as many of
her clients may look down upon this.
She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown.
The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.
If Jane wears black shoes she will not wear:
a) red stockings.
b) a blue skirt.
c) a white blouse.
d) blue stockings.
e) a sky blue blouse.
8) Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having
problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any
color combination that does not go well together as many of
her clients may look down upon this.
She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown.
The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.
If Jane is color blind and is unable to determine what
outfits went well together, how many possible clothing
combinations could she have?
a) 24
b) 32
c) 36
d) 44
e) 48
9) Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having
problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any
color combination that does not go well together as many of
her clients may look down upon this.
She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown.
The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.
If Jane wears a brown skirt and a white blouse, she could:
a) not wear blue stockings.
b) not wear brown shoes.
c) not wear black shoes.
d) wear blue stockings.
e) wear red stockings.
10) Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having
problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any
color combination that does not go well together as many of
her clients may look down upon this.
She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown.
The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.
Jane buys a gray scarf. If she wears the new scarf, then she
could:
a) not wear blue stockings.
b) not wear brown stockings.
c) not wear black shoes.
d) wear a white blouse.
e) wear black stockings.
11) Jane works at a fashion design company, and is having
problems getting dressed for work. She refuses to wear any
color combination that does not go well together as many of
her clients may look down upon this.
She has two pairs of skirts, brown and blue; three blouses,
white, sky blue, and gray; four pairs of stockings, red,
black, brown, and blue; and two pairs of shoes, black and brown.
The blue skirt cannot be worn with red or brown stockings.
Gray does not go well with brown.
Black does not go well with brown.
Jane will never wear:
a) blue and red together.
b) white and red together.
c) gray and blue together.
d) white and black together.
e) white and red together.
12) Two men, Barry and David, and two women Ann and Cathy
are doctors. One is a surgeon, one a dentist, one an
optometrist, and one is a general practitioner. They are
seated around a square table, with one person on each side.
1) Barry is across from the dentist.
2) David is not across from the surgeon.
3) The optometrist is on Ann's immediate left.
4) Cathy is the general practitioner.
5) The surgeon and general practitioner are married to each
other.
6) The general practitioner is not on Cathy's immediate left.
7) The general practitioner is across from the optometrist.
Which of the following must be true?
a) Barry is the dentist.
b) The surgeon and general practitioner are women.
c) The dentist is across from the surgeon.
d) David is the surgeon.
e) Cathy is across from Ann.
13) Two men, Barry and David, and two women Ann and Cathy
are doctors. One is a surgeon, one a dentist, one an
optometrist, and one is a general practitioner. They are
seated around a square table, with one person on each side.
1) Barry is across from the dentist.
2) David is not across from the surgeon.
3) The optometrist is on Ann's immediate left.
4) Cathy is the general practitioner.
5) The surgeon and general practitioner are married to each
other.
6) The general practitioner is not on Cathy's immediate left.
7) The general practitioner is across from the optometrist.
If both women leave the table, the
a) optometrist and dentist remain.
b) surgeon and optometrist remain.
c) surgeon and general practitioner remain.
d) general practitioner and dentist remain.
e) general practitioner and optometrist remain.

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what is the missing number in the series:2,16,50,?,225

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Delhi's population is increasing day by day what is the
reasong behind it & how can we solve it.
G.D QUESTION
(amit_nirwan@yahoo.com)

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There are two natural numbers. A cube difference of the
squares is a square difference of their cubes.These are the
smallest possible numbers. what is the sum of these numbers?

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please let me know the minimum qualifying marks in
screening test of group1 2010 to be eligible for group1
main exam.

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please send general aptitude questions with their answers