Student of Information Technology at s.v.i.t
Hyderabad, India | Information Technology Courses

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 Information Technology(s.v.i.t) – 2011
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 Education details of Srinivas Kadiyala:
s.v.i.t
Information Technology 2007 – 2011
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 Manasi Sina­ri­ Public Relation Head at Managementparadise.com
Discussions(11) started by Srinivas Kadiyala
 Problem on Aptitude - Quant Posted: 2 year(s) ago If 0.75 : x :: 5 : 8, then x is equal to: 1 - 1.12 2 - 1.2 3 - 1.25 4 - 1.30
 Manhattan GMAT Challenge Problem of the Week-27 Aug 2010 Posted: 2 year(s) ago Let a %u201C2-placer%u201D be a terminating decimal, between 0 and 1, for which the shortest possible representation has exactly 2 decimal places....
 GMAT Sample Problem: Average Rate Posted: 3 year(s) ago From my calculation the answer should be option B.
 Tough Geometry Problem Posted: 5 year(s) ago Whats the answer??? Is it 19..??
 GMAT Sample Problem: Data Sufficiency Inequalities Posted: 7 year(s) ago The Answer appears to be C. Both Statements. Statement 1. by itself ain't sufficient, Since, we don't know if x or z are +ve or -ve, we will not...
 Manhattan GMAT Challenge Problem of the Week-9 Nov 2010 Posted: 7 year(s) ago The function p(n) on non-negative integer n is defined in the following way: the units digit of n is the exponent of 2 in the prime factorization of...
 Manhattan GMAT Challenge Problem of the Week-6 Dec 2010 Posted: 7 year(s) ago In the expansion of Image:...
 Manhattan GMAT Challenge Problem of the Week-1 Feb 2011 Posted: 7 year(s) ago Two prime numbers are considered consecutive if no other prime lies between them on the number line. If p1 and p2 are consecutive primes, with...
 Manhattan GMAT Challenge Problem of the Week-14 Feb 2011 Posted: 7 year(s) ago Which of the following represents the complete range of x over which Image:...
 Manhattan GMAT Challenge Problem of the Week-19 April 2011 Posted: 7 year(s) ago If x and y are both positive, is x greater than 4? 1) x>y 2) In the coordinate plane, the point (x,y) lies outside a circle of radius 5 centered...