CRACK THE CAT - DOUBT OVER MATHS (PROBLEM SOLVING)

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CRACK THE CAT - DOUBT OVER MATHS (PROBLEM SOLVING)

Discuss CRACK THE CAT - DOUBT OVER MATHS (PROBLEM SOLVING) within the Quant forums, part of the CAT, XAT, MAT, CET, JMET and other Indian MBA Entrance Exams category; Originally Posted by rahul_parab2006
Q.5 -
Interest on 1/4th of Rs.10,00,000 @ 20%p.a.
= 20/100 * 1/4 * 10,00,000 = ...

x = 13,30,000/3 = Rs. 4,43,333.
i.e. Rs. 4,40,000.

Hence, 3]

That's the same thing i've done and i got the same answer.... but was confused about which choice would be correct., since it is not given amongst the choices.

Re: CRACK THE CAT - DOUBT OVER MATHS (PROBLEM SOLVING) -
October 15th, 2007

Hi,

Just take any two numbers greater than 0...since we are talking abt variables, the rule shud be the same for any number thats greater than 0.
Say 5 and 7. a=5 and b=7.
now |5-7|=2 and |7-5| is also 2. Therefore, option 3.
For any two positive numbers, this will be true. Once the absolute sign is there, then a-b and b-a will be equal.

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